First Aid-CPR-AED Training

First aid often means a bandage on a cut or scrape. Knowing first aid is most important when it is a more serious injury. First aid training and learning cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR), as well as knowledge of an Automated External Defribulator (AED) are so important. Knowing the proper steps to take in an emergency can help save a life. Some key facts about first aid and CPR certification include:

  • 25% of all emergency room visits can be avoided with basic first aid and CPR certification
  • Sudden cardiac arrest represents 13% of all workplace deaths
  • Nearly 5 million workers were injured on the job in 2012, costing companies $198.2 billion
  • 75% of all out-of-hospital heart attacks happen at home
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3-E Safety Services provides training in Adult First Aid, CPR, and AED. This class is all inclusive with First Aid, CPR and AED all being covered in one 5-hour session. The class is designed to train participants to promptly recognize several potential life-threatening emergencies (first aid), give high-quality chest compressions (CPR), deliver appropriate ventilations (CPR) and provide early use of an AED. Upon completion of the course, students will complete basic life support skills practice and testing, as well as complete a written exam. 3-E Safety Services instructors are certified by both American Heart Association and American Red Cross.

During the instructor-led course, students will participate throughout the duration of the class. Many different real-world scenarios will be addressed and discussed. Students will be engaged in a hands-on class format that will help to reinforce their proficiency in various skills learned throughout the day.

During the first aid portion of the class, the general duties of a rescuer will be outlined. These include:

  • 1. Assess the scene. Know what to look for to make sure the scene is safe before you approach.
  • 2. Protect yourself. Protect yourself physically and understand the legal protections in place for someone providing first aid.
  • 3. Call 911. Find out the proper way to call for help to avoid delays and the information you should have ready.
  • 4. Assess the person’s condition. Determine a victim’s response and symptoms of specific conditions.
  • 5. Provide the right level of care. Know how to judge the level of care you provide and learn a variety of hands-on techniques.

This CPR class provides valuable life-saving skills. Students will learn how to recognize breathing and cardiac emergencies and provide basic care until help arrives.

Students are able to learn the proper way to perform adult CPR. Training includes use of an Automated External Defibrillator (AED). You’ll also learn how to help someone who is choking.

After completing the First Aid and CPR course with AED, you will be certified by the American Heart Association or American Red Cross in First Aid with CPR/AED for adults. The certificate and all three certifications are valid for two years.