Control The Bleed:
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The Daniel Baird Foundation promoting Bleed Control Kits to save lives
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The Daniel Baird Foundation

Educating Public    .    Encouraging Government    .     Encouraging Businesses

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Daniel Baird Aged 26

The Daniel Baird Foundation Charity has been set up after our brother and son Daniel Baird of just 26 years of age was fatally stabbed in the early hours of 8th July 2017, outside The Forge Tavern, Digbeth in Birmingham following a night out with friends. There was no first aid or bleeding control kit available. Dan died shortly after arriving at hospital due to catastrophic bleeding.

Dan was out with his friends having a good time. His life should not have ended in this tragic way. Had there been a public accessible bleeding control pack available Dan may still be with us. We believe that having publicly accessible bleeding control packs in all major shopping centers, pubs/clubs, public transport stations, all public buildings is a priority given the current risk from extremists, terrorists and the increasing rise in knife and violent crime. Our aim is to reduce and stop knife crime as no family should have to feel this pain.

Our charity aims to raise awareness of knife and violent crime and the importance of having publicly accessible bleeding control packs available. We are working closely with local government organisations, community groups and business organisations to get these vital bleed control kits into as many venues as possible. We will also campaign for First Aid Training to incorporate catastrophic bleeding control as a mandatory element of the training. Additionally, we will continue to campaign to have Advanced First Aid in the curriculum of all educational establishments.

Daniel Baird Foundation Launches Bleed Control Pilot Scheme in Birmingham in patrnetship with Birmingham City Council and West Midlands Amubulance Service


A new pilot scheme, equipping city centre businesses and late night venues with specialist first aid kits, was launched in Birmingham on the 4th June 2019.


Birmingham Community Safety Partnership (BCSP) has been working with campaigner Lynne Baird, of The Daniel Baird Foundation, to develop and deliver this initiative to a variety of locations across the city centre.


The Daniel Baird Foundation was set up by the family after he was fatally stabbed while out with friends in Birmingham on 8 July 2017. There was no first aid or bleed control kit available, and Dan died shortly after arriving at hospital due to catastrophic bleeding.


On average it takes a priority ambulance seven minutes to reach a patient, but bleeding from serious injuries - such as those suffered in a stabbing, shooting, car or industrial accident - can prove fatal in as little as three to five minutes. These bleed control kits can help save vital minutes until paramedics arrive at the scene.


To read the release in full, click on this link: Pilot Launch

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The objects of the CIO are the preservation and protection of health and the saving of lives by:

  • Advancing the education of the public in the subject of bleed control kits and basic life support
  • Equipping establishments where violent crime may be more prevalent with Bleed Control Kits which in the event of such an incident, may buy valuable time for the attending ambulance crew.

We thank all our supporters for helping our foundation and promoting our Control The Bleed - Save A Life Campaign. Check out our SUPPORT page and please consider supporting our foundation in any way you can.

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