Members of St John are always at the scenes of accident, fire, terrorism, collapsing buildings or other disasters. Our volunteers are always there to help wounded people put their lives back in order.
We take disaster response very seriously. But we also firmly believe that the best approach to disaster is to try to prevent it altogether – or at the very least, be appropriately prepared to respond and recover.
St John is a primary source of information and resources for preparing for and responding to all emergencies. We offer a range of training, programs and educational materials designed to help you cope with a wide variety of challenges you may face from the threat of an emergency.
From house fires to terrorism, injuries to evacuations, we have resources to help you prevent, prepare for and respond to life’s emergencies.
Get tips from our workshops and training on making sure the entire family is safe at home, including special insights for your youngest and oldest family members
We have our flagship cadet and badgers programs for school age children. Your kids can get skills and information on preventing, preparing for and managing emergency situations that occur in the classroom.
Both at your worksite and during your daily commute, St John Ambulance training can help you cope with virtually any life-threatening situation.
Individual members of the Church and families should prepare to be self-reliant in times of personal or widespread emergency. Preparation, both spiritual and physical, can dispel fear.
St John Ambulance implements new road safety strategies to prevent accidents and save millions of lives on our roads every year.