Category Archives: First Aid
By SureFire CPR | Published: January 10, 2013
CPR skills are required by many professions. People who work in hospitals and doctor offices typically receive a CPR certification, as well as people who work with children. This type of training gives workers the skills needed to revive someone who suffers from cardiac arrest or other life-threatening emergencies. But mistakenly, many assume that one class or certificate is all they need. Sure, they may remember the training received for many years. However, some occupations require CPR renewal every two years.
By SureFire CPR | Published: November 19, 2012
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By SureFire CPR | Published: November 6, 2012
First aid for infants and children could be the most important skill for any parent to know. Read this weeks blog post for more info!
By SureFire CPR | Published: July 25, 2012
What is the best way to keep your school safe? What skills should your teachers know in order to protect your children? Read our CPR blog for the answers!
By SureFire CPR | Published: April 24, 2012
I know numerous people who have told me they tend to shy away from taking classes due to an overwhelming feeling of text anxiety. Even when a course is beneficial, fun and enlightening, that last requirement of taking “the test” sends very intelligent and capable people running the other direction. So how does that happen?
By SureFire CPR | Published: March 27, 2012
Why should kids learn the basics of life support? CPR and First Aid are skills that everyone should know. Find out why in this week's blog post!
By SureFire CPR | Published: March 14, 2012
There is no question society has become more active and with the many different opportunities for athletic events, water and snow activities, dance and gymnastics offered to children, it’s no wonder the risk for injury has increased somewhat with our younger population. Would you know what to do to give assistance during the first few minutes after an injury occurred until professional help arrives?
By SureFire CPR | Published: March 13, 2012
Called “the Power to End Stroke Movement”, the American Heart Association's program provides education about the risk factors leading to possible stroke. Learn how you can join the movement.
By SureFire CPR | Published: March 12, 2012
Does your babysitter have the skills to intervene in an emergency with your little one? Do you as a child care provider know what to do when seconds count? Find out more about babysitting, child care and CPR.
By SureFire CPR | Published: March 9, 2012
Unexpectedly a brother found his sibling unconscious and in respiratory distress. Through his heroic efforts, the life of his family member was saved. Would you know what to do if this were your loved one?