Monday, May 16, 2011

First aid training can mean the difference between life and death

Is your company in compliance?
Are your employees at risk?

Ask yourself these questions:
• Is your company located less than four minutes away from EMS responders?
• Are your employees trained to recognize and respond to a life-threatening situation?
• Do you have an onsite emergency response team?

If you answer "NO" to even one of these questions, the chances of survival for an employee who experiences cardiac arrest or other medical emergency are severely diminished.

ESC can help. We offer:

  • First Aid / CPR / AED Instructor training courses, so your trainer can train our employees,
  • Open enrollment First Aid / CPR / AED at our Seattle Training Center, and
  • Onsite training throughout the northwest. We can come to your organization and train instructors or individuals.

  • For more information call or email Stephanie today 1-800-521-0778.


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