Fraser Squadron will be hosting a St. Johns Ambulance CPR Session.
Sometimes getting home is not just about seamanship and nautical knowledge. If you, your significant other, or one of your crew was to suffer a cardiac arrest, is there somebody who can save them? CPR is an essential tool in your first aid knowledge. Modern AED devices are very easy to operate but a fundamental knowledge of the equipment is desirable.
From the St. Johns website
CPR A with AED
This course teaches adult resuscitation only and is suitable for adult care givers, family members, seniors, high school teachers, coaches (for adults) and the general public. There is no written examination.
Course content includes:
- roles and responsibilities
- adult resuscitation (1 and 2 rescuer CPR, automated external defibrillation (AED), and first aid for choking)
- use of universal precautions including gloves and pocket mask
Date: Saturday January 26th 2019
Time: 8:30 - 12:00
Location: St. John Ambulance
Books: Download from one of the following links
1. Kindle: link
2. Kobo: link
3. Amazon: link
We are restricted to a maximum of eighteen students so register early.
For more information or to reserve a position contact the squadron Training Officer by e-mail or phone (604) 786-5678.