Press Kit

St John Spokespeople

Peter LeCornu, National Chief Executive Officer

Peter is responsible for the management of the Australia Office. Peter may provide comment on:

  • First Aid in schools
  • First Aid and CPR training
  • First Aid best practice

Location: Canberra, Australia


Alan Eade, Chief Commissioner

Alan represents Volunteer First Aid Services members across Australia. Alan may provide comment on:

  • Alcohol and drug-related topics
  • Patron safety at festivals, concerts and events
  • First Aid Services volunteers

Experience: Intensive Care Paramedic, Ambulance Victoria

Location: Melbourne, Australia


For details of St John spokespeople in the major St John State Offices please call 1300 360 455.

Press Kit Acceptable Use Policy

Acceptable use policy

Do:

  • Use the St John logo or images made available in this Press Centre when publishing articles about St John, our services and products.
  • Credit the use of images made available in this Press Centre when publishing articles about St John, our services and products.
  • Ask for permission if you are unsure. We are here to help. Call our media hotline on: 02 6295 3777 or email media@stjohn.org.au.

Don't:

  • Imply sponsorship, endorsement, or false association with St John Ambulance Australia Inc. or any of its entities.
  • Use anything other than the most current versions of the St John logo.
  • Use any other artwork from our site without explicit permission.
  • Create your own buttons or marks using our logo.
  • Make inaccurate statements about our service.
  • Refer to us in a way that might imply a false sense of partnership or endorsement.
  • Use a confusing book title which might imply your book is endorsed or written by St John Ambulance Australia Inc.
  • Use our logo on your cover or in your title. This might be confusing and imply that the book is an official St John book.
  • Use the St John name or logo on any apparel, product, or merchandise without our permission.
  • Use the marks in a way that confuses the St John brand with another brand.
  • Use anything other than the marks offered above unless given prior approval.
  • Use St John in the name of your website or application.
  • Register a domain containing St John (or mispellings of St John Ambulance Australia Inc.).
  • Use the St John logo as a Facebook, Twitter or any other social meda profile picture.

St John Logos

Rules for reproduction of the St John Logo

Rotation

The logo must appear straight and upright, with the words 'St John' at the bottom.

Colours

The logo can only appear in 100% PMS 186 red or in 100% black. Please note that PMS 186 reproduces effectively as a Pantone colour on matt or gloss stock and when printed as part of the four colour (CMYK) process. The logo cannot appear in any other colour or in white.

When the logo is reproduced for external public purposes, it should be used in red wherever possible (i.e. printing in colour, signage, and electronic reproduction).

Size

The minimum size the logo may appear is 10mm in width. This is the smallest size at which, under normal reproduction standards, the detail of the logo can be maintained at an acceptable level of quality.

Backgrounds

The logo must always appear on a white or pale background. The logo should never appear on top of an image or other graphic or within a keylined area.

Cropping

The proportions of the logo cannot be altered. The height of the solid rectangle must always be 1.5x the width of the rectangle. The words 'St John' are part of the logo graphic and must never be cropped or changed.

Logo isolation area

To ensure the St John logo is prominent and easily recognisable, it should be clear of any other graphic elements (i.e. photographic, images, illustrations, graphics, text). A 'logo isolation area' equal to the width of the logo should surround the St John logo.

Any use of the St John logo outside these rules for reproduction must be given prior approval by the St John Australia Office.

Training Images

By downloading the St John images from this site you hereby agree to the 'Rules for reproduction of the St John Logo' and 'Acceptable use policy'.

Practising bandaging in class - Right click and choose "Save As" to download.

Practical demonstration of advance resuscitation. - Right click and choose "Save As" to download.

Bandaging techniques. - Right click and choose "Save As" to download.

Display of the correct immobilisation method. - Right click and choose "Save As" to download.

Volunteer Images

By downloading the St John images from this site you hereby agree to the 'Rules for reproduction of the St John Logo' and 'Acceptable use policy'.

St John volunteer providing first aid. - Right click and choose "Save As" to download.

St John volunteers providing first aid to young female patient - Right click and choose "Save As" to download.

St John command and logistics volunteers working behind the scenes. - Right click and choose "Save As" to download.

Our St John volunteers are rock stars. Photo courtesy of Frank Liu Photographics. - Right click and choose "Save As" to download.

Product Images

By downloading the St John images from this site you hereby agree to the 'Rules for reproduction of the St John Logo' and 'Acceptable use policy'.

Family of leisure kits available Australia wide. - Right click and choose "Save As" to download.

St John Medium leisure kit pictured at a motor vehicle accident. - Right click and choose "Save As" to download.

St John publication 'Remote Area First Aid: Your field guide'. - Right click and choose "Save As" to download.

Male first aider assisting female motor vehicle accident victim. - Right click and choose "Save As" to download.