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You never know when or where accidents will happen; with so much time being spent at the workplace, it is a good idea to be prepared in case of emergency. One of the best safety skills to have as an employee is CPR, here’s a few reasons why:
Babysitting is a fun way to make some money for middle school and high school students, but child care also comes with big responsibilities. While the necessities for child care may seem like common sense, many preteens and teens are unprepared when emergencies arise. Taking babysitting courses can help prepare you for any issue you may encounter while watching over kids.
Many people think they know what drowning looks like, but the signs of drowning are actually more subtle than you might realize. Knowing the signs of active drowning is extremely important, because it can happen quickly and quietly; even the most experienced swimmers can be at risk. If you witness the following symptoms in someone, they may be drowning and you may need to take action:
Does your workplace or office have an AED set up and ready? If not, you should consider changing that. Let me guide you through a few reasons having an AED on-site is extremely beneficial for any and every business.
One of the major emergency prevention techniques taught in our safety certification classes is stroke awareness. Being able to quickly identify and assist an individual suffering from a stroke can be the difference between life and death for them. Because of this, we put strong emphasis on how to recognize a stroke, and methods for treating a stroke, in our lifeguard certification and first aid certification classes. We go through each step of the process - from identification to onsite treatment - to ensure that each individual certified with us knows exactly what to do in case of an emergency. If you would like to gather a better understanding of how to recognize a stroke, check out the tips below: