Emergency Aid Staged Activity Badge

The Emergency Aid Staged Activity Badge can be achieved from Stage One through to Stage Five.

To earn the badge, you must complete all the tasks and requirements within a stage and the previous stages. For example, to earn Stage Two, you must complete all elements of both Stage One and Stage Two.

Emergency Aid Stage One

Explain to your leader that you know the following:

  • The importance of getting help
  • What to say when calling 999
  • How to help somebody who is unconscious
  • How to help somebody who is bleeding
  • How to reassure someone at the scene of an emergency

Emergency Aid Stage Two

  1. Explain to your leader the importance of getting help, what to say when you call 999, and how to reassure someone at the scene of an emergency
  2. Show how to help somebody who is unconscious, is bleeding, has a burn, and somebody who is having asthma attack

If you already hold a first aid award such as the British Red Cross or St. Johns Ambulance, covering a similar syllabus, you can automatically achieve Stage Two of the Emergency Aid Staged Activity Badge with these awards.

Emergency Aid Stage Three

  1. Explain to your leader or another adult leader how to call 999
  2. Show how to help somebody who is unconscious, unconscious and not breathing, is bleeding, has a burn, has heat exhaustion, has hypothermia, is choking, and somebody who is having an asthma attack

If you already hold a first aid award such as the British Red Cross or St. Johns Ambulance, covering a similar syllabus, you can automatically achieve Stage Three of the Emergency Aid Staged Activity Badge with these awards.

Emergency Aid Stage Four

  1. Explain to your leader or another adult leader how to call 999
  2. Show how to help somebody who is unconscious, unconscious and not breathing, is bleeding, has a burn, has heat exhaustion, has hypothermia, is choking, and somebody who is having an asthma attack, somebody who is having a heart attack, has a head injury, has a suspected spinal injury, has a broken bone, has a sprain or strain, and somebody who has meningitis

If you already hold a first aid award such as the British Red Cross or St. Johns Ambulance, covering a similar syllabus, you can automatically achieve Stage Four of the Emergency Aid Staged Activity Badge with these awards.

You must attend formal training to gain Stage Four of the Emergency Aid Staged Activity Badge. The training must be delivered by somebody who is a qualified first aid provider.

Emergency Aid Stage Four may be used as an alternative to completing Module K, First Aid Master Class, of the Young Leader (YL) programme.

Emergency Aid Stage Five

  1. Explain to your leader or another adult leader how to call 999
  2. Show how to help somebody who is unconscious, unconscious and not breathing, is bleeding, has a burn, has heat exhaustion, has hypothermia, is choking, and somebody who is having an asthma attack, somebody who is having a heart attack, has a head injury, has a suspected spinal injury, has a broken bone, has a sprain or strain, has meningitis, is having a stroke, is having a diabetic emergency, is having an allergic reaction, and somebody who is having a seizure

If you already hold a first aid award such as the British Red Cross or St. Johns Ambulance, covering a similar syllabus, you can automatically achieve Stage Five of the Emergency Aid Staged Activity Badge with these awards.

You must attend formal training to gain Stage Four of the Emergency Aid Staged Activity Badge. The training must be delivered by somebody who is a qualified first aid provider.

Emergency Aid Stage Four may be used as an alternative to completing Module K, First Aid Master Class, of the Young Leader (YL) programme.