Learn the most common causes of injury and mortality in teens as well as how to prevent accidents. We’re also providing a rough guide to administering CPR and first aid to teens.
While many new parents take CPR classes before or when their new babies are born, as their children move from the infant stage, they don’t maintain their skills. While toddlers and older children aren’t at risk for issues like SIDS or are at a lower risk for suffocation, it’s still necessary for parents to have […]
Part 1 of multi-part series on child care.
For years we have learned to do CPR while the patient is in the supine position. But what if your hospital is placing COVID-19 positive patients in the prone position due to ARDS. What if a patient arrests in the prone position? What should you do? What are others across the world currently doing…. DO […]
At the time of writing this, we’re in the midst of a global pandemic of novel coronavirus, COVID-19. Our CPR and first aid instructors work in the health industry, consisting of nurses, EMTs, and first responders, and we want to take the opportunity to share information to help you stay safe and healthy as well […]
Spring means getting outside for a variety of activities. From art shows to baseball games, and everything in between, there’s a good chance you’ll find yourself outside in a large crowd sometime this spring or summer. That makes it a perfect time to get CPR or BLS certified! Why Get CPR Certified in the Spring? […]
Learn the latest updates to the American Heart Association’s CPR Guidelines for 2020.
As part of our ongoing serious on workplace safety, including how to treat and prevent accidents at the office and treating and preventing accidents at a construction site, our first aid and CPR training center are going to share some tips and methods for preventing and treating accidents in a lab. Why Is Lab Safety […]
Most people think offices are safe workplaces, but accidents still happen. Learn how to prevent and treat common workplace injuries.
The construction industry has one of the highest rates of injury. Learn how to avoid these most common injuries and treat them if they occur.