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CPR and First Aid Training

First Aid and CPR training by Heart II Heart Safety provides a comprehensive understanding and in-depth hands-on training to immerse students in a complete understanding of all aspects of First Aid, CPR, and use of an automated external defibrillator (AED).

Heart II Heart Safety implements a rigorous curriculum that utilizes the science and education principles of the American Heart Association (AHA) and it’s Guidelines for CPR and First Aid Training.

First Aid and CPR Training

CPR and First Aid Training Courses For Any Skill Level

Heart II Heart Safety offers CPR and First Aid Training Courses designed for individuals, both in and out of the medical industry. From beginners with little or no medical training, to experts with years of training and experience. And primarily focuses on those who need a course completion card for work, or to meet OSHA requirements in the workplace. We also serve many individuals who would just like to be prepared in case of an emergency, whether it be an outdoors excursion, in-home setting or anything in between.

COVID19 Procedures for CPR and First Aid

With the ongoing crisis throughout the world brought on by COVID19, it is imperative for emergency services personnel, first responders and citizens all to work in a concerted effort to minimize exposure to themselves and others, particularly while engaging in life saving activities such as CPR and First Aid.

For this reason, Heart II Heart Safety has implemented new safety procedures, in accordance with recommendations provided by The American Heart Association, to provide safe and protective methods and procedures that offer the maximum protection to operators and those receiving the care necessary to safe lives.

During the in-class course, Heart II Heart Safety Instructors will instruct students in proper application and use of required safety gear, explain the benefits and care of the equipment, and provide additional information on where to acquire replacement gear, and how long the equipment can be stored, before it must be replaced.

Primary COVID19 protective equipment includes:

  • Breathing Masks
  • Surgical Gloves
  • Eye Protection
  • Hand Sanitizer
  • Any Additional Recommended Equipment discussed in-class

Areas of CPR and First Aid Covered

  • First Aid Basics
  • Medical emergencies
  • Basic Life Support (BLS)
  • Wound Treatment
  • Injury Prevention
  • Life Saving Procedures
  • Operator Protections
  • Proper Application of Protective Equipment
  • Environmental Emergencies
  • Adult CPR
  • CPR for Children and Infants
  • Proper use of Automated External Defibrillator (AED)
  • COVID19 Procedures for CPR and First Aid

CPR and First Aid Training Options

Heart II Heart Safety offers multiple options for CPR and First Aid Training. In classroom courses are available and usually take up to four hours of training. With two hours of classroom study and two hours of hands-on training and testing.

If you prefer to take a blended learning course which consists of video training using online CPR video courses, and another two hours hands-on training in classroom, Heart II Heart Safety offers that option as well.

Both options will require two hours of hands-on training with a certified instructor, and include testing and certification upon completion of the training.

How to Get Started

What’s Next

CPR and First Aid are lifelong tools that may be needed at a moments notice. For this reason these skills should be treated as an ongoing continuing education endeavor. There are many reasons to maintain a formal certification in these areas, including keeping up with changing methods and technology, maintaining a constant awareness of skills and mental alertness necessary in emergency situations, identifying early signs of an impending emergency that may require professional intervention and many other reasons.

Heart II Heart Safety are in agreement with the American Heart Association (AHA) that individuals can play a key role in the ongoing safety and well being of all those around them, by staying up-to-date and educated on the principles, procedures and skills provided by formal CPR and First Aid Training.

Important Questions

Q: Is a person who performs CPR in Nevada liable in a civil action?

A: As long as no gross negligence exists, no. See Nevada NRS 41.500

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