CPR FLOW CHART – Community Life Saver
CPR FLOW CHART New Australian Resuscitation Council Guidelines Changes Please f ill out your details below, tick the boxes & fax or email back to your nearest Why were there changes?

CPR / AED – Canadian Red Cross
Level A: 4 hours, Level C: 5 hours, Level HCP: 6 hours Red Cross First Aid/CPR Instructor or Instructor Trainer 100% attendance, skills demonstration, and 75% min. passing grade on written exam

Online CPR Certification $14.99 | Free CPR First Aid …
Online CPR Certification for $14.99 with each additional certificate for $10 and $5. We offer free online CPR and first aid certification training course.

Steps To CPR & Choking – First Aid, CPR
Www.firstaid-cpr.net www.firstaid-cpr.net 4 STEPS TO CONSCIOUS CHOKING BABY 1. Lay them on your arm face down and give 5 back blows between the shoulder blades.

Online CPR Certification And First Aid Certification – CPR
Complete our free online CPR or First Aid course and instantly order your personalized CPR or First Aid certificate. Our CPR and First Aid certification is issued in exclusive partnership with The National Health and Safety Foundation.

Get A Free Repair Estimate | Cell Phone Repair & Gadget Tech …
Why Choose CPR? Going Green Customer Testimonials Our Guarantee Careers Contact Us Resources Common Issues News & Press Blog FAQs Customer Support. Franchise; Free Estimate; Want a free estimate to repair your gadget?

Bay Area AHA CPR Renewal Certification: Bay Area & Sacramento …
American Heart Association CPR Certification Classes American Heart Association | San Jose, CA CPR, First-aid, BLS Classes | Phone: (408) 724-9985

Title: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Certification for NYS Children's Camps and NYS Bathing Facilities Author: New York State Department of Health

Online CPR Certification, Online First Aid Certification …
CPR Academy course participants receive 30 days access to the online training material. Training material can be accessed from any computer with an internet connection.

C – Cardiac – CPR – Infant – 1 Rescuer – EMT Education And …
CPR cycle begins with compressions and ends with ventilations. y Activate the emergency response system or call for additional EMS personnel – if indicated and not already done **Call for an AED – if available and not already sent for

EMS Information Bulletin- #051 – Department Of Health Home
EMS Information Bulletin- #051 DATE: November 5, 2007 SUBJECT: State Recognized CPR Programs TO: Pennsylvania EMS Organizations & Personnel FROM: Bureau of Emergency Medical Services


My friends and I were having a discussion about whether or not you can get into trouble for not helping an individual if you are CPR certified and you're not in the health care field, you've just taken the class as a requirement for something else, but you're not a doctor. Say for instance, someone is chocking and you don't do anything, you are not legally bound to do so and can't get arrested or sued, can you?

If you have been trained and certified in CPR by the American Red Cross or at least another legally certified organization authorized to instruct CPR courses then you are fine. You cannot be sued for trying to save someones life because you are covered by “The Good Samaritan Law”. It states that you, in good faith are attempting to save this persons life, and you are protected from a law suit because you are not a “professional” rescuer (Doctor, Nurse, etc.).

However, you are not to go above/beyond the scope of your certification training, meaning, if you see someone choking and instead of abdominal thrusts, you try to perform a tracheotomy, you can be sued, because you are not a Doctor and you have not been trained by basic CPR classes to perform such an operation. Also, if the person is CONSCIOUS, and refuses your help, you are not to force your help on them. The person must give consent to care before you can help them. If they are Unconscious, then, consent is IMPLIED and you are to assume that this person would want your help if they could respond to you. So you are covered in that instance. As long as you have certified, proper training, and get consent, you are legally covered, even if the person gets slightly injured by your CPR efforts, as long as you stick to your training. What ever you do, check the laws about CPR in your particular State as the laws and rules vary in different areas.