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Kindred CPR provides training and certification classes for a wide variety of industries. We cater to corporate, small business, warehouse, to industrial and construction sites. Accidents can happen anytime and anywhere. This is just one of the reasons why companies should invest time and money in preparing their employees for the worst case scenarios. Incorporating CPR training in your company's safety culture can help increase employee morale and ensure workplace safety. We encourage you to develop a company safety team and empower them to be ready to deal with the unexpected.
WHY CPR IN WORKPLACE?
CPR Saves Lives: Cardiac arrests are a matter of life and death. The fate of the worker suffering from a health concern will depend on the steps taken seconds after he gets into trouble. According to recent data, 90% of people who suffer from cardiac arrest die before they reach a hospital or medical care facility.
Equipps Employees: The CPR and first aid training the employees will receive isn’t exclusive to the office they are working at. The techniques they learn can be used just about anywhere. Employers should feel proud and happy knowing that their workers are capable of helping others around them in times of emergency.
Lessens Worry: Employees who are constantly bothered by potential health risks and accidents in the workplace will be unable to do their work properly. Instead of focusing more on the task at hand, they are left worrying about what could happen if they suddenly fell ill. This can greatly change if they know that the people they are working with are knowledgeable in CPR.
Reduces Workplace Accidents: Looking at it long-term, CPR and first aid training also provide employees with the knowledge to avoid accidents in the workplace. Part of the training phase teaches them about the impact of cardiac arrests and certain accidents on their bodies.
Reduces Recovery Time: If the patient receives CPR seconds after the cardiac arrest happens, not only will their life be saved, their body will also suffer less. This basically means the patient will pay less on medical bills and they can get back to working as soon as they can.
Did you know about 70 percent of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests happen in homes? This alarming statistic could hit close to home, because home is exactly where 88 percent of cardiac arrests occur. If you are called on to give CPR in an emergency, you will most likely be trying to save the life of someone you love. Be the difference for your parent, spouse, or child.
The Family & Friends CPR Pack teaches the lifesaving skills of adult Hands-Only CPR, child CPR with breaths, adult and child AED use, infant CPR with breaths and relief of choking in an adult, child or infant. Skills are taught in a dynamic group environment by using the AHA’s research-proven practice-while-watching technique, which provides students with the most hands-on CPR practice time possible. Family & Friends CPR is for people who want to learn CPR but do not require a certification card in CPR for their job. Unfortunately, only about 46% of people wo experience an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest get the immediate help that they need before professional help arrives. Empower, stay equipped and be ready to respond for someone you love.
This pack is ideal for community groups, church groups, family groups, foster parents, and others interested in learning how to save a life.
Teachers are not only consigned to promoting their social, emotional,
cognitive, and physical development, but we are also entrusted with their care and safety while they are with us. Unfortunately, no matter how safety-conscious a teacher is, accidents and medical emergencies still do occur. By a teacher or instructor providing CPR, they can prevent brain damage that can occur due to a lack of oxygen to the brain until medical help arrives. This easy procedure can ensure not only that the victim survives the heart event, but also return to a normal life. More and more adolescents are becoming victims of Sudden Cardiac Arrest, especially during sporting events.
Most school related injuries are minor and require only first aid care. But it
is highly possible that one day you may be required to handle a medical
emergency. Knowing what to do and the confidence to do it may help save a life. “We are steadfast in our commitment to creating a culture in which CPR training is just as fundamental to our educational system as geometry and history,” said Nancy Brown, CEO of the AHA. We agree.
This pack is ideal for educators, coaches, school faculty, students and anyone that works for or is in the school system interested in learning how to save a life.
As the most vulnerable fraction of the population, children need attentive care to ensure they remain secure and healthy in any situation. Whether you are caring for your own children, looking after your brothers and sisters, or babysitting for someone else, your primary responsibility as a provider of care is to the safety, health, and welfare of the individuals you are looking after. That is why it is essential for those who care for children to learn basic first aid techniques and CPR.
Although the basics may appear to be the same, it is important to remember that adults, and young children may require a different level of care. If you are caring for infants, newborns, or toddlers, you should make sure your training covers cardiopulmonary resuscitation tailored to those age groups. Children are typically the most vulnerable to choking hazards, so when a parent hires a babysitter, one of the first things they will need to consider is how capable he or she is at dealing with emergency situations.
This course is ideal for new parents, grandparents, babysitters, lactation and mother baby groups and others interested in learning how to save a life.
Facts: Choking tends to be the most common factor which comes to mind when someone attempts to think of a reason why a child’s heartbeat or breathing may stop, some of the other reasons that CPR may need to be performed on a child include:
Serious injury or head trauma