If you do business with Craig Zinn Automotive Group (Lexus of North Miami, Acura of Pembroke Pines, Lexus of Pembroke Pines, Toyota of Hollywood, Subaru of Pembroke Pines) know that some of their staff is trained in CPR/AED. Also, they are very proactive in reference to a safe environment and have a significant number of … Continue reading CPR/AED Training completed for automotive dealerships
October is sudden cardiac arrest awareness month. Those that are CPR/AED should share the importance to others in hopes of stimulating them to prepare themselves to intervene if the situation arises. Please pass on the following link http://www.stopcardiacarrest.org
Congratulation to Diversified Administration for having their workforce participate in CPR/AED training. Great job!
Congratulations to 9 Round in Pembroke Pines, FL they now have ALL their employees certified as CPR/AED Providers!
AED's are extremely effective in the presence of someone in sudden cardiac arrest. For this reason, companies need to consider investing in a product that has been found to enhance a cardiac arrest victims chances of survival. I'm happy to report that the idea is catching on, this initiative is well worth the investment.
Currently working with a large automotive dealership to deliver CPR/AED training to several of their employees. Excited to see companies taking steps to keep their employees and customers safer.
10 more people certified as an CPR/AED Provider. The community of Rock Creek in South Florida now has their management and maintenance staff educated to intervene if presented with someone suffering from sudden cardiac arrest! Thanks for being a proactive community!!!!!!!!
An Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is the only piece of equipment a layperson has at their disposal that can actually be used to "start" the heart of someone who is in cardiac arrest. Most adults that are found in cardiac arrest in most cases are in ventricular fibrillation within the first couple minutes into the … Continue reading Importance of an AED
With over thirty years of experience in the Fire/EMS industry I’ve witnessed a considerable amount of tragedy. One illness that accounts for a significant amount of deaths and remains the number one killer in the industrialized world has been, and continues to be sudden cardiac arrest. Someone subjected to cardiac arrest has approximately a 50% … Continue reading The Answer To Saving Lives Is The Community!