• Knowledge is Power

    Although it may be clichéd to say, knowing really is half the battle. That is the approach that the Red Cross takes when it comes to first aid and public safety. Since its foundation in 1881, the Red Cross has grown into an international organization helping those in need and offering classes on all manner of safety-related topics. Adrienne Davis of eHow goes over some of the course topics that may be taught by a Red Cross branch near you!

    Source: http://www.ehow.com/list_7598087_red-cross-first-aid-topics.html

    American CPR Training™ (www.AmericanCPR.com) trains thousands of Bystanders in CPR every year, too – Not just CPR, but First Aid and critical AED use,as well as over 100 OSHA Safety Topics – you should check out their information and get a quote for them to come train your group at your location…
    American CPR Training is ½ the Time, ½ the Price, and TWICE the Fun!™

    & while thinking about AEDs… check out the National AED Grant program @www.AedGrant.com!
    Our Goal: An AED wherever tragedy may strike.

  • Learn to Save a Life or Do Not Graduate from High School!

    There's a growing trend Nationwide for legislation requiring CPR Training as a requirement for High School Graduation. From self-taught CPR Programs to Hands-Only CPR and full Adult, Child & Infant CPR Training - the proposed curriculum changes vary, but all come down to the practical and altruistic ideal "To Pass out into Society as a responsible Adult, You need to Know How do Do Good Unto Others."

    A few References by State:


  • Mom a budding CPR Trainer

    Being a longtime expert in calibrating and servicing hazardous material detectors, Sullivan knows about safety and she has been taking her business Response Ready Technical Services a step further by providing CPR, first aid and AED (automated external defibrillator) training to local schools and organizations that need to reinforce safety education.

    “At first I was thinking I would learn it and teach it to my friends,” said Sullivan, who has a degree in environmental health policy in 2006 and has been running her calibration business for 12 years.

    American CPR Instructor Beth As a mother of two, Carmel Valley resident Beth Sullivan said she gets frustrated at the fact that she signs liability waivers when she puts her kids into the hands of others, even though they are often not trained in CPR. Even when it comes to sending her kids off on play dates, she has a vested interest in knowing those parents know emergency procedures.

    Beth is an Instructor with American CPR Training - read more about this Budding Blossom of a Safety Instructor!

  • Second-graders learn CPR for heart month

    For American Heart Month in February, second-graders in the Rowan-Salisbury School System are learning how to keep someone’s heart beating.

    Children learn CPR from local Law Enforcement Children learn CPR from local Law Enforcement - Schedule CPR Training for your Group with American CPR Training™

    Rowan Regional Medical Center and Rowan County EMS have teamed up this month to teach all second-grade students in the Fit for Motion program at the Rowan-Salisbury School System about heart disease and hands-only CPR.


  • COMMUNITY CPR DAY: A demonstration of "Hands Only CPR"

    EAU CLAIRE, Wis. (WEAU) – Seeing someone collapse in front of you is a situation we all dread. CPR can more than double a person’s chances for survival. Its a simple technique that anyone can do.

    On Saturday, you have the opportunity to learn how to save a life, as WEAU and Sacred Heart Hospital host Community CPR Day.

    On Tuesday, We talked with Robin Schultz of Sacred Heart Hospital about Hands Only CPR.

    "You really only need to know two simple steps,” Schultz said. “The first is to call 911 or send someone to call 911, so they can activate our emergency response system, and the other is to just get to the center of the chest and do hard, fast, deep compressions."


  • NIH urges women to protect their heart health and to encourage others to do the same

    During American Heart Month in February 2013, The Heart Truth campaign of the National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute (NHLBI) will celebrate the stories of women taking action to protect their hearts and who are inspiring and motivating others to make heart-healthy lifestyle changes. Read more at the National Institutes of Health

  • Prolonged CPR May Boost Chances for Cardiac Arrest Victims

    Performing CPR for longer periods of time boosts chances of survival in both children and adults in hospital settings, two large U.S. studies show.

    The first study examined the medical records of more than 3,400 hospitalized children in the United States and Canada who suffered cardiac arrest between 2000 and 2009.

    The second study looked at 64,000 adult hospital patients who suffered cardiac arrest between 2000 and 2008. Survival among patients who received longer CPR (median 25 minutes) was 12 percent higher than for those who received the shorter CPR (median 16 minutes).

    Doing CPR Everybody needs to know CPR - get your group CPR Certified!

    Read more at HealthDay News

    Get a CPR Training Quote for on-site CPR, First Aid or AED Training at your location.

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