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Accidents happen. Whether at work or at the ballfield people get hurt.  What do you do when someone chokes on an ice cube or gets stung by a bee?  It is important to know when to call 9-1-1 -- it is for life-threatening emergencies. While waiting for help to arrive, you may be able to save someone's life.


It is important to have a first aid kit available. Having multiple kits, ready to go is the key to being prepared for a First Aid emergency.  We recommend keeping one at home and one in your car. It should also include a first-aid guide. Review the guide to learn how to use the items, so you are ready in case an emergency happens.


This First Aid class covers many topics for treatments of incidents that can happen from day to day.  Whether you are in charge of a nursery or daycare center, work in industry or  just want to further your knowledge in case of an emergency...this class is for you.  This First Aid class meets the minimum recommended First Aid course for OSHA.


Our First Aid courses are taught by EMT's, Paramedics and Tactical Medics.  They have first hand knowledge and experiece that they bring into the classroom.  Each of our classes are have different scenario based discussions to drive home what to do in case of an emergency.


This First Aid course covers:


  • Illnesses and injuries (topics include but are not limited to)

  • Bleeding control and bandaging (including tourniquets)

  • Allergic reactions

  • How to use an epinephrine pen

  • Asthma

  • Drowning

  • Bites and stings

  • Burns

  • Splinting

  • Environmental Emergencies

  • Heat Stress

  • Cold Stress


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