Red Cross wants world record for the largest first aid lesson to improve
The Red Cross is going to try the world record for the largest first aid lesson to improve. The attempt is on 9 september in Amsterdam.
The Red Cross is looking for 2,500 participants to the old record (1.795 people) to disconnect it. The stable recovery position, choking and verslikking and bleeding are the components in the first-aid lesson will be discussed.
Everyone older than 12 years can participate. Interested parties do not need to have knowledge of first aid. The Red Cross, which this year has existed for 150 years, wants to use the action to draw attention to the importance of first aid.