iFirstAid 4+

Survival Emergency Products

Designed for iPad

    • 2.6 • 5 Ratings
    • Free



iFirstAid. First Aid on your iPhone and iPad.

iFirstAid is your mobile first aid resource to help you effectively manage everyday and emergency situations.

Featuring video resources and step-by-step instructions, iFirstAid will help you remain calm and in control, guiding you through situations including:

• Burns
• Choking
• Poisoning
• Bleeding

Packed with features including international emergency contacts, immunisation records, Find My Family tracking and direct emergency services notifications, this app has been specially designed to help keep you and your loved ones safe, no matter where you go.

Includes Police, Fire, Ambulance and Poison Information Centre numbers for 99 countries, with more coming soon.

If you find yourself in an emergency situation, simply use the Emergency feature to broadcast your current location to your family list.

iFirstAid is designed in Australia to meet some of the harshest and most unforgiving conditions on the planet, so you can count on it wherever you are around the globe.

Content is based on SURVIVAL’s award-winning First Aid Emergency Handbook, authored by international first aid expert Ella Tyler -- winner of the International Florence Nightingale Medal and author of 18 first aid publications.

Australia’s leading first aid innovators, SURVIVAL has been keeping people safe at home and around the globe for over 30 years.

Download this potentially life-saving App today!

Note: iFirstAid is not available in the UK. Please search instead for our UK specific app “FirstAid Emergency Handbook”

What’s New

Version 6.0

1. New first aid topics and illustration
2. Improved UX

Ratings and Reviews

2.6 out of 5
5 Ratings

5 Ratings

Rhi rocks the world ,

Overall at good level with some issues

The emergency contacts for traveling especially and sections are very helpful however someone it can be TOO VAGUE. In CPR it says "check for danger" as in check for bleeding? Check for danger from what? From the surroundings? Or in the burns section I think it would be helpful to suggest brands of bandages or medications to bring if it happens away from home and in other categories too.

Heather Ryan ,


I downloaded this app because I wanted a quick cheat sheet to use if I ever needed to give CPR (I've taken CPR classes) this app isn't really for teaching or training purposes so if that's what your expecting don't download. However if you need a quick reference for emergencies this I's perfect!

However, I think people should know that in some states (like California) if you call 911 from a cell phone (it takes longer for emergency workers to get there) the call does not go to a local responder, but to the highway patrol who then has to figure out your location and contact your local responder. So whenever possible it is best to call 911 from a landline!

iB-RaD ,

Great Product

As an EMT-B in the state of NY, I can really appreciate a product like this. More times than not, having a civilian perform CPR or use an AED on scene can be the difference between life and death. Statistically, a patients chances of survival are 37 percent better if CPR is performed immediately. This guide didn't help me at all, as I am already trained in all this and more, but it is definitely great for someone to have. Thanks for creating a potentially life saving product.

App Privacy

The developer, Survival Emergency Products, indicated that the app’s privacy practices may include handling of data as described below. For more information, see the developer’s privacy policy.

Data Not Collected

The developer does not collect any data from this app.

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