Remember that in the case of a fire, always size up the hazard first before making the decision to use the closest fire extinguisher. Sometimes, the best approach is the most conservative; evacuate and call 911. If a fire is in the beginning stages or is an incipient fire and it can be put out …Read More about "Fire Extinguisher"
We’ve all seen the medical drama TV shows, and we’ve all seen their portrayal of CPR – someone falls down, clutching their chest in pain, the hero jumps to the rescue, and after a few quick chest pumps and dramatic open-mouthed breaths, the injured character gasps back to life, possibly sharing a passionate kiss with …Read More about "TV CPR – Real Or Imagined?"
ASHI & Medic First Aid courses on-site: Code 3 Training is excited to announce our transition to ASHI and Medic First Aid courses for your next on-site safety training class. While we retain the privilege of teaching American Heart Association classes, we feel that ASHI and Medic First Aid has a winning combination of reasonable pricing …Read More about "ASHI & Medic First Aid Courses"
CPR First Aid Classes Portland: Our expert team of ASHI and American Heart Association CPR instructors will deliver an on-site training class that is relaxed, comfortable and informative. Instructors at Code 3 Training are EMTs and Paramedics practicing in the field of pre-hospital medicine on a daily basis. We only utilize current practicing professionals. We …Read More about "CPR First Aid Classes Portland"
CPR- techniques for best results The following are very important to delivering quality CPR and giving a person the best chance of survival; First: start CPR following an assessment for unconsciousness and breathing. Determine by tapping the upper chest firmly and checking if chest rises after 5-10 seconds Second: to start CPR, begin with chest compressions at …Read More about "CPR Techniques for Best Results"