CPR Training Sonoma County

A New Year!

January 1, 2014

From: Allen James

The holidays are over and I hope all of you 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 suggestion and have scheduled classes into 2014. We still have dates open, so call or email with any date requests or questions you may have. Have a great 2014!

Remember, 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 onto your employees’ families.

The Winter Threats are Colds and Flus

We are now moving into the winter and the flu, in some States, has gone wild. California seems safe so far but many of my friends have had colds and flu. There is still time to get flu shots. The targets this year seem to be our children and those under forty. The elderly are less impacted this year so far, but the winter is far from being over. Below is something that companies might consider to help operations during a bad cold and flu season. It is not just vaccinations that can protect employees and families from the flu, but behavior changes as well. Consider the following:

    • Do not go to work or school if you are sick!
    • Stop sharing the community popcorn bowl with your hands!
    • Wash your hands with soap often for at least 20 seconds!
    • Cover your month with a cloth covered arm when coughing or sneezing!
    • Take care of yourself; reduce stress, get lots of sleep, stay warm, practice your work place safety programs!
    • Remember, children are germ bags. They need to get sick to build their immune systems, but, they need to be taught how not to spread colds and flu. Good luck!

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Be Safe!

As a first responder, your part in this process is crucial; that is why good training is critical. We can provide that training. Remember - Life Matters.

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