For over 16 years, ISS has led the charge – and is the first school in Norway – to educate both its staff and students in advanced lifesaving techniques. Additionally, besides being the hometown of ISS, Stavanger,
Norway is also where the Resusci© Anne CPR manikin is made. This has provided the people of Stavanger with a unique, local understanding of how important fast action is in the event of an emergency, like a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). Always focusing on health and safety, ISS’ Nurse Heather Melhus and Former Director Dr. Linda Duevel were interviewed by Philips for a customer story on AEDs with the hopes of convincing other schools around the world to embark on a similar education programme.

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