What about if your child drinks something poisonous or stops breathing?
Australia has the lowest rates of first-aid training in the world, according to the Australian Red Cross, with less than 5 per cent of people trained in how to handle an emergency situation.
Almost 500,000 Australians are admitted to hospitals every year as a result of injury, with around 12,000 dying from their injuries, primarily from falls.
Most injuries occur in the home, followed by the workplace.
"Workplaces offering first aid is low," Red Cross spokeswoman Amanda Lindsay said.