It is often overlooked within large organizations the importance of providing their employees with CPR training. Corporations will provide safety and health training to their workers to help reduce the risk of injury on the job. However, they should consider ...Continue Reading
For joint or muscular injuries that do not require immediate medical attention such as strains and sprains, RICE treatment is the most effective care. RICE treatment is just one of the many first aid techniques that are covered in almost ...Continue Reading
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, commonly known as CPR, is a medical response to cardiac arrest that began in the early 1900s. Starting as an attempt to rescue drowning victims, CPR was not fully developed in its modern form until 1960. Since that ...Continue Reading
Accidents happen on a daily basis, and can be as simple as tipping over a mug of coffee to something more extreme like a dangerous fall or a broken bone. Even small accidents can easily turn into first aid emergencies that require ...Continue Reading
The survival rate for cardiac arrest victims who do NOT receive CPR prior to EMS arrival is about 2%. If CPR is performed, the survival rate approaches 30%! If CPR is performed AND an AED is used, the survival rate ...Continue Reading
When you choose Professional CPR for your First Aid, CPR, BLS, or AED training, you can rest assured that you will walk away with the knowledge and skills necessary to confidently respond to a real life emergency.
We always recommend asking your employer to be 100% sure of what is required. Additionally, feel free to call us at (916) 259-0043! Our Administration team will provide guidance regarding your individual needs.