Safety Institute USA ‘Passes 3 millionth Person Trained, April 17th, 2019″
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CPR-FIRST AID $20.20♥
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NEW CPR STANDARD CHANGES EFFECTIVE AUGUST 1, 2019
‘EPIPEN-Anaphylactic Allergic Reactions are a part of our standard First Aid.‘
Pediatric CPR skills are a part of our standard CPR Course.
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TEXAS HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATION REQUIREMENTS REQUIRES ALL HIGH SCHOOL
STUDENTS TAKE CPR TO GRADUATE. GRADES 7 – 12 MUST COMPLETE CPR TO GRADUATE.
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The Safety Institute USA is committed to teaching first response life saving skills to anyone willing to learn. We believe people are afraid to help one another in today’s society because often times, they don’t know what to do in a crisis. If you are the only one present during a medical emergency, will you know what to do?
By offering a variety of public awareness programs, we help save lives. (see our courses page)
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Ray and Bill,
Thank you so much for sharing your time and talents with us this last weekend for the Wilderness Remote and First Aid course. We all learned a lot and were entertained the entire time. I don’t think I ever looked at my watch – all of a sudden the day was over.
George has really talked about the experience with his fellow scouts, as you both made an impression on him. Thanks for focusing on the younger boys to encourage and foster their confidence in the material but really in themselves. I’m confident they would perform without hesitation, especially where it counts, like Philmont. I just hope that we don’t need to put them to the test while we