Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and You Most people aren’t doctors. Or emergency response trained. That can be a problem. Each year, there are over 350,000 cardiac arrests that occur outside of a hospital. When cardiac arrest occurs, if CPR is not preformed immediately, the victims chances of survival decrease by 7% each minute. The causes of cardiac …Read More about "Corporate CPR Training: Save Dollars and Lives"
Knowing how to do CPR is a life skill that everyone should have. Though many people don’t feel confident in their CPR skills or have never learned, it’s luckily becoming more widespread, and is even taught in some high school gym classes. Some people may wind up getting CPR training early on because a babysitting …Read More about "Level Up in Life Skills When You Take a CPR Class"
There are quite a few jobs where it’s advised — or in some cases, mandatory — for employees to have first aid training or CPR certification. Service-oriented places of work like dentist or medical clinics, assisted living homes, hotel chains, childcare professions, and so forth, often ask that employees be versed in CPR training or …Read More about "Save Lives — Take a CPR Class!"
Have you been interested in learning how to run an AED? Have you thought about taking BLS classes, but just haven’t taken the plunge? Well, we would like to encourage you to take that next step right away. Well over 350,000 cardiac arrests happen outside of hospitals every single year, so staying as prepared as …Read More about "How AED Knowledge can Save a Life"
Fire extinguishers are safety devices designed to (as their name cleverly suggests) extinguish fires. As with any tool, there are right and wrong ways to use fire extinguishers; since the risks associated with improper handling can be quite severe, it’s vital that you know what to do — and what not to do — when utilizing this …Read More about "Fire Extinguishers: What NOT To Do"