Blood Donor Month: Blood Is An Essential Medicine
January is National Blood Donor Month, so we want to do our part by spreading the word about the need for this essential medicine.
Start The New Year On A Positive Note
Start the new year on a positive note by pausing to reflect on these awesome stories of regular people doing the extraordinary.
Set Your CPR Business Up for Success for the New Year
2022 is around the corner, it’s time to start thinking about how you can close out your books & set your CPR business up for success for the new year
Improve Your Heart Health by Reducing Stress
When you experience stress for prolonged periods of time, it can impact your heart health.
National Poison Prevention Week 2022
The third full week of March is National Poison Prevention Week (NPPW). This serves as a time to shine a light on the dangers of poisonings for...
Celebrate National EMS Week: 6 Ways to Say Thank You
National EMS Week is right around the corner. From May 15-21, 2022, communities across the US will come together to celebrate EMS personnel...
Emergency Care | First Responder Continuing Education
How to Perform a First Aid Assessment
If an individual appears to be injured, it’s important to complete an assessment of the scene and the person. This allows you to quickly identify...
How to Prepare for a Winter Storm
Winter storms can bring extremely cold temperatures, icy roads, power failures and more. It’s important to know the risks for a storm in your area.
Why Every Business Needs an AED
A cardiac arrest emergency could happen to you or someone nearby while you’re at work, at the gym, at a restaurant or anywhere people gather.
CPR Training for Underserved Populations
Bystander CPR occurs less often within vulnerable communities, further lowering survival rates for underserved populations. Let’s look at how we...
The CPR Instructor's Guide to Giving Constructive Feedback
It’s the CPR Instructors responsibility to maintain a friendly atmosphere and encourage growth by giving constructive feedback.
The Importance of CPR Training for the Whole Family
Many take CPR as a requirement for work. But the truth is you’re more likely to use your CPR training to save a loved one such as a family member.
Bystander CPR: What is it Really Like to Perform CPR?
Responding to an emergency can have a physical, mental and emotional impact on the rescuer no matter who the victim is.
Thanksgiving Safety: Prevent Home Cooking Fires
As part of your Thanksgiving food safety precautions, make sure you’re also taking steps to prevent home cooking fires during busy celebrations.
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