You may not think about it much, but cardiac arrests and other life-threatening emergencies can occur when
least expected and can change everything within a moment's time.
With CPR and AED knowledge, coming to the aid of someone in need is possible. With the skills and confidence
you'll gain, you can tackle obstacles that may emerge with greater ease. While it can be useful in any setting,
feeling positive about CPR and AED abilities can be especially beneficial in the workplace.
There is no place that you cannot use CPR. Emergencies happen everywhere, in the home, at school, in the workplace
or at the bus stop are just a few places.
Even if you are not applying for a job that requires CPR, including CPR training on your resume
often stands out to a potential employer as an indication of a resonsible individual.
Benefits of Corporate CPR and AED training
• Choosing to participate in workplace CPR and AED can be an excellent team-building exercise.
• Can make you feel more connected with your fellow co-workers.
• Understanding how to respond when an emergency breaks
out in the office can be integral in many ways, and you can
utilize the skills you'll gain in other environments if necessary.
• All CPR and AED courses are taught by trained
American Heart Association Instructors, who take
part in a certification and recertification process to
stay up-to-date on the latest guidelines.