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According to Federal surveys, there are nearly 9 million people in the city of New Jersey, and that means there is potential for that many people to need life-saving assistance. Completing CPR training in New Jersey may not benefit each and every resident, but with such a large number of people living in a concentrated area it is highly possible to expect that one day you may find yourself in a position where your skills could make all the difference between someone going home to their family and someone having to deliver bad news to them.
First Response – Would You Know What to Do?
Emergency situations can happen at any time and to anyone regardless of age, gender, physical stature, or relative good health. When the moment comes that someone requires assistance, delaying treatment by a matter of minutes can be the difference between a recovery and a much more serious injury. Being properly trained in basic first aid and CPR can render one a temporary medical assistant until the professional paramedics arrive. The unfortunate truth is that although these skills can be easily acquired by anyone, often times they are not, leaving an accident victim to the chance of fate and rendering bystanders helpless. One day out of a person's life to learn these life-saving techniques can give another person back their chance at survival – and anyone can do it. There have been numerous stories in the news about elderly people performing CPR on grandchildren, people who do not speak the same language being able to understand the importance of universal first aid administration which works regardless of cultural barriers, and even most importantly a considerable amount of children at such a young age one would not expect them to be of much assistance, yet they have saved lives by learning these procedures. A young girl was recently honored in New Jersey for remembering the techniques she was taught in a high school health class which enabled her to perform life-saving measures on an elderly man in a bowling alley who suffered from a heart attack, breathing life into him until the paramedics could arrive. In a room full of grown adults it was this child alone who possessed the skills which enabled this man to speak once more with his family.
CPR Training in the New Jersey Workplace
In a metropolis such as this, the chances of encountering someone needing assistance rise substantially by the sheer number of people who live, work, and play in the city. A place of work is not often an area in which trained medical personnel would be standing by, and chances are these are not just your co-workers, but in fact your friends. Setting aside a day to have a professional service of qualified CPR certification experts come in to train staff and management can give one the confidence they need to help keep one another out of harm's way, and foster a strong sense of camaraderie amongst fellow staff members. When and if the time comes that someone requires help, there may not always be a sixteen-year-old girl with health class training around, and taking an afternoon to learn these skills can put you in the driver's seat and back in control of a potentially fatal situation.
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Cardiac Care & Safety, Inc. is a safety training and supply company. Under the ownership of Jim Spaulding since 1998 CCS has grown steadily over the last decade. We now serve well over 1,000 businesses in PA, NJ, DE, MD and VA including such clients as The Salvation Army, The University of Pennsylvania, The Goddard Schools, Tastycake, Marshalls and more.
  • Basic Life Support CPR for the Healthcare Professional
  • Basic Life Support CPR for the Community and Workplace
  • Basic Life Support Pediatric CPR
  • Basic First Aid
  • Automated External Defibrillator
  • OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Emergency O2
  • Medical Emergencies
  • Dental Continuing Education

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