Emergency First Response Rules

Learn Effectively How to Deal with an Emergency!

Don’t Wait Until it’s Too Late! 

If more people had CPR training, the number of individuals who die from sudden cardiac arrest could be dramatically reduced, according to the American Heart Association. An estimated 166,200 people die from sudden cardiac arrest outside of hospital settings each year in the United States.

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EMERGENCY FIRST RESPONSE

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

CPR must be applied in case a victim is not breathing and has no heartbeat…>>

LIFE-SAVING TECHNIQUES – The Automated External Defibrillator

Life-saving techniques require a specific sequence. Any inappropriate or sloppy movements... >>

FIRST-AID BASICS – Emergency Procedures

Are You Capable of Rescuing Your Own Kids Before Medical Help Arrives?>>

Alert Procedures

The quicker an alert is given, the better the chance that the victim will be cared for efficiently>>

Initial victim assessment

Life-saving techniques require a specific sequence. Any inappropriate or sloppy movements >>

LIFE-SAVING TECHNIQUES – The Recovery Position

This is a basic technique used for a victim who is unconscious...>>