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Why Learn CPR?

MANY DEATHS CAN BE PREVENTED IF THE VICTIM RECEIVES PROMPT HELP - IF SOMEONE TRAINED IN CPR PROVIDES PROPER LIFE-SAVING MEASURES UNTIL TRAINED PROFESSIONALS TAKE OVER.
YOU CAN BE THE DIFFERENCE!

   

 

Fire Safety

 

The Need for Fire Safety

Fire Safety is taught in early education to children during each October, which is Nationally recognized as Fire Prevention Month. First Responder, Inc. is here to assist in reinforcing that to the adult learner for home, work, or anyplace that will help prevent fire related injuries. Learn fire extinguisher uses, testing, and more.

   

 

First Aid & Disasters

 

First Aid & Disaster Preparedness

First Responder Inc. offers many courses related to First Aid, many of which are regulated by the National Safety Council. Planning for emergencies is taught from the early grade school levels, and should continue into our businesses.  We can help evaluate your home or business and develop an exit strategy for your family or employees that will allow for a structured plan in the event of an emergency.

   

 

 

CPR

 

CPR Basics

According to the American Heart Association, the use of CPR dates all the way back to 1740, yet even today, most Americans don’t know how to perform it. Given properly and immediately to sudden cardiac arrest victims, CPR can save lives!

Many Classes Offered

We have a variety of American Heart Association Courses that will be taught at your location.  The list to the right are the courses offered by First Responder, Inc. By clicking on the links, you will find a class description as well as pricing information, and request for more information forms.

   

 

   
 

Classes Offered:

 

CPR For Family and Friends

Course covers recognition and emergency resuscitation techniques for adult heart attack, cardiac arrest, stroke; injury and cardiac arrest prevention; recognition and treatment of cardiac emergencies and choking in infants and children.

Heartsaver CPR

For the responder who is required to have a credential for course completion.  Course covers recognition and emergency resuscitation techniques for all adult heart attack, cardiac arrest, stroke; injury and cardiac arrest prevention; recognition and treatment of cardiac emergencies and choking in infants and children, and barrier devices.

Heartsaver AED

Course contains information including adult CPR, treatment for the adult choking victim, the use of the AED's as well as the use of a barrier device.  We also teach the students how to recognize four major emergencies: heart attack, stroke, cardiac arrest, and foreign body airway obstructions.

BLS for Healthcare Providers

Course delivers information on adult and pediatric CPR (including two-rescuer scenarios and use of Bag-valve mask); foreign-body airway obstruction (both conscious and unconscious); automated external defibrillation; special resuscitation situations; and other cardiopulmonary emergencies.

BLS Instructor Course

Course allows the student to teach the following courses: CPR for Family and Friends; Heartsaver CPR (for lay responders); Heartsaver AED; and BLS for Healthcare Providers.

Heartsaver Facts

The Heartsaver FACTS program targets all lay responders, such as firefighters, police, commercial airline crews, security personnel, employees in the workplace, family members of patients at high risk for sudden cardiac death, and other laypersons. These responders are trained in the use of adult CPR with barrier devices, relief of foreign-body airway obstruction (FBAO), use of automated external defibrillation in adults, victim assessment, bleeding control, and immobilization.

American Heart Association

American Heart Association® is a registered trademark of American Heart Association in the United States and/or other countries.