CPR Training Sonoma County

If it can happen, it will!

January 1, 2018

From: Allen James

This is a text sent to me by one of my past CPR Instructors who now lives in Arizona:

Michelle: "Hey you, I pulled an injured woman from a rolled vehicle, which had leaking fuel today, while driving for work. Two babies, and two adults. Older child back injury, infant appeared ok, conscious, good skin color, driver possible broken ribs. Work is getting me a crisis counselor. Adrenaline didn’t kick in that I noticed. Stayed calm, and delegated orders to bystanders. My training kicked in! Im beyond exhausted, too tired to talk. I’ll call later.”

I spoke with Michelle over the next few days to help with the PTSD. She is also getting counseling. This can happen to anyone when we try to make a difference. Michelle, the heroine.

She lived up to her training!

The holidays are here & gone and I hope all of you have had a safe and wonderful time. Each year, I have encouraged everyone to plan out their CPR & First Aid training early in the year so there will be no last minute surprises on your calendars. Some organizations have embraced this suggestion and have already scheduled classes into 2018. We still have dates open, so call or email with any date requests or questions you may have. Remember to be mindful of holidays when organizing your CPR scheduling. Have a great 2018!

Bear in mind that we have quality instruction with a focus on orchestrating learning that includes a process on how to ”think” about an emergency and then providing a “tool box” of CPR and First Aid skills. This training prepares your employees to respond to both corporate and individual emergencies and enables them to prepare their families for natural disasters. What a wonderful benefit to pass on to your employees’ families.

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