Training is presented in accordance with U.S. Department of Homeland Security, FBI, OSHA and the NFPA. There is no single element that can predict a violent act, but when a combination of human factors and behaviors come together, there can be an amplified risk of violence. A key attribute in prevention is situational awareness if you are aware of what’s going on around you and can be prepared to react if you perceive a threat. In order to be prepared businesses must have a strategy, employee training, written and communicated policies and procedures. This course, which includes CPR and major bleeding control for non-clinical laypersons and enables you to act in an accident or an active shooter. This training will provide you with the skills and confidence to perform CCR and to help stop major bleeding and a better understanding of how life-threatening bleeding if left untreated can cause death while waiting for the first responders to arrive.
$275.00 per attendee
1 day, 8 am – 5 pm