SUDDEN CARDIAC ARREST About 610,000 people die of heart disease in the United States every year, with coronary heart disease being the most common type of heart disease, killing over 370,000 people annually. Also, every year about 735,000 Americans have a heart attack. Of these, 525,000 are a first heart attack, with the other 210,000 happening in people who have already had a heart attack. Take a class either from American Red Cross, American Heart Association or Health Safety Institute to learn how to save a life.
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American Red Cross How-to-Prepare-for-Emergencies (Free Mobile Apps)

AED Automated External Defibrillators Of the 49,555 out-of-hospital cardiac arrests analyzed in a study by the journal Circulation, researchers found that nearly 66 percent of cardiac arrest victims survived to hospital discharge after a shock delivered by a bystander. Confirming that bystanders make a critical difference in assisting cardiac arrest victims before emergency responders can get to the scene.
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Zoll AED
Philips AED
Physio Control AED

WIlderness First Aid For those with outdoor leadership responsibilities, training in wilderness emergency care is a must. An important part of preparing for an outdoor adventure is ensuring access to first aid supplies for group and individual use. Learn how to save a life in the wilderness.
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American Red Cross (ARC)

Fire Emergencies Did you know that, on average, U.S. fire departments responded to fire every 24 seconds, and a structure fire every minute? Home fires were responded to every 90 seconds, and a highway vehicle fire every three minutes. Most harrowing is the fact that fires claimed nine lives each and every day of the year. Learn how to make a plan and save your love ones.
Health Safety Institute (HSI)
American Red Cross Home Fire Campaign