At Safe Rescue all of our courses can be completely customized to meet each clients unique needs.
Our First Aid, CPR & AED courses are designed to be accessible for anyone that wants the confidence to react in a variety of emergency situations that could arise in the community or workplace. Our flexible program can be adapted to meet specific client needs while still satisfying many regulatory and employment compliance standards. Our instructors are certified by the American Heart Association and the American Health and Safety Institute.
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Our First Aid course will provide students with the knowledge to take action in emergency situations with the rescuer’s safety in mind. Topics covered include: the caring for internal and external bleeding, recognizing true shock, identifying burn types, practical bone splinting and treating environmental emergencies in extreme heat and cold. Students will also learn how to recognize and treat medical emergencies as a result of diabetes, asthma, allergic reactions and seizures.
CPR saves lives. Statistics show that the earlier CPR is initiated, the greater the chances of survival. Our CPR course provides students with the basics as to why we perform CPR, scene safety and what to say when activating the 911 system. Along with learning hands on rescue breathing techniques and methods to clear blocked airways in choking victims; our course will leave students with the ability to identify signs and assess symptoms of common medical emergencies, such as, strokes and heart attacks. You also have the option of adding child and infant CPR certification to your class.
When receiving certification in the use of an AED (Automated External Defibrillator) students will learn when and how to incorporate the AED while performing CPR on a victim. During cardiac arrest the brain and other vital organs quickly become starved of blood and the life-sustaining oxygen and nutrients it carries. CPR can keep some blood flowing to your heart and brain for a short time, but often only defibrillation can restore the heart’s normal rhythm and ultimately save a life.