Are you "current" in CPR & First Aid training and ready to respond?
Most emergency responders know the basics but are out of date. If you work (especially with children) at a school, spa, health club, day care, etc, you are legally required to renew your training every 2 years or 24 months*. Our courses offer world-class CPR and First Aid training byexperienced and up to date Professionals on the latest techniques and information on emergency care. It will not only give you valuable skills, but because they're OSHA compliant they can help you meet the requirements of your job.
What are the top Emergencies to be prepared for?
According to a 2016 state wide report issued, the following are the major situations to be prepared for in California.
Extreme Heat - Extreme Cold – Landslides - Hurricane -Tornado – Tsunami - Terrorism - Public Health - Chemical Emergencies - Earthquakes – Fire - Severe Weather and Flooding
Los Angeles is prone to many possible natural and man-made threats and is particularly vulnerable to the destructive affects wildfires, flooding, mudslides and earthquakes.
We may even witness car accidents, heart attacks, gun fire, electric shock, severe bleeding & spinal injuries and personal violence.
Because of the many threats and catastrophic events that we face, the importance of readiness as an individual cannot be overstated. Being prepared for an emergency means being aware of hazards and disasters, having the knowledge and skills as well as the behavior needed to act.
In one evening session, you can learn how you could make the difference and save a life.
Price: $129 includes training, educational materials, and personal keychain of gloves & mouth shield are yours to keep.
Value: Saving someone's life = Priceless!
EFR, Emergency First Responder course backed by 37 years of experience is recognized as the leading provider of emergency care. Focused on training the lay rescuer, the Emergency First Response approach to training builds confidence and increases your willingness to respond when faced with a medical emergency by teaching you the skills you need in a non-stressful learning environment. Participants are also given as much practice as necessary to master and retain these skills.
Emergency First Response's course curricula are based on patient care standards as published in the American Heart Association Guidelines Standards for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care, and the consensus view of the Basic Life Support (BLS) Working Group of the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR). ILCOR is an international standards group representing most of the world's major resuscitation organizations.