There are approximately 350,000 incidents of cardiac arrest that happen outside of hospitals in the US every year, 70% of them occur in a resident’s home. The truth is, most cardiac arrests don’t occur where immediate medical attention is available. With an overwhelming 70% of Americans who don’t know the proper way to respond to cardiac emergencies, knowledge of .
Accidents happen. Emergencies happen too. First aid training is not only essential to keep employees safe and healthy, it gives them peace of mind to handle medical emergencies calmly and effectively. Hopefully the worst-case scenario never happens, but it’s better to be prepared and responsive than stunned and stupefied. First-aid training for employees prepares them for anything and everything .
Medical emergencies can happen anywhere, but when they happen in the workplace it is imperative to design a first-aid program that is well-suited for your specific work environment so employees remain safe and healthy. But how do you know which program is best for your worksite and how do you execute that plan accordingly? With all that can go .
When you develop an understanding of all things first aid you learn how to help others when they really need it. Whether it’s a life-threatening allergic reaction, or a cut that needs stitches, being fully prepared in a medical emergency requires training, practice, and knowledge. There are numerous first aid resources available, whether you want to be officially trained .