Luckily for Red Cross trainer Inga Sloan her students knew what to do when she experienced a heart attack at age 39.
Inga had just started teaching her first aid class when she suddenly collapsed. With no signs, symptoms, or warning, Inga dropped to the floor and went into full cardiac arrest. She was showing no signs of life. Her trainees were quick to react. They immediately started CPR, ran to fetch the AED from the firetruck parked outside, and began working through the correct life-saving procedures as taught by Inga and the Red Cross. The training crew applied two AED shocks and administered CPR until paramedics arrived with an ambulance to transport her to a local hospital.
They had saved Inga’s life. Read full story here
Would you know what to do if a person collapsed at your feet right now? If you‘ve never learned CPR or don’t feel confident in your skills, it’s time to register for a first aid class.
Here are some of the Red Cross courses offered by Safe + Sound:
– Emergency First Aid (1 day, $100.00+GST) adult, child & infant skills
– Standard First Aid (2 days, $160.00+GST) adult, child & infant skills
– Emergency Child Care First Aid (1 day, $100.00+GST) child and infant skills
All Red Cross certification courses include CPR and AED (defibrillator) training. Red Cross certification is good for 3 years.
If you’re not sure which course is right for you or your staff, please call 604-945-7277 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Act now and learn to save a life.