Imagine you are at a youth sports event and a fan, coach or player goes into sudden cardiac arrest or is knocked
Automated External Defibrillators (AED) are becoming more and more common in American households and there is a good reason for it. Sudden
Summer has arrived. With National CPR & AED Awareness week taking place last month, it is the perfect time to review summer safety
Memorial Day weekend is here, offering all of us an excellent opportunity to unwind with friends and family doing the things we love – like hitting the road for an extended weekend getaway, heading to the community pool, firing up the grill or taking that new boat out for a spin on the lake.
If you work on the high floor of an office building and witness someone experiencing sudden cardiac arrest, do you genuinely think the paramedics can:
When you have a mild spring or summer, it’s easy to forget about heat stress.
The above chart from the Sudden Cardiac Arrest Foundation really says it all: 326,000 people in the U.S. die each year from Sudden Cardiac Arrest
A soccer player sprints downfield after the ball and suddenly collapses.
Accidents happen. But going without reporting an accident to OSHA can be costly.
You know your way around a grill. That’s for certain. You’ve got all the tools a BBQ Master needs and you’re ready to do some industrial strength work on burgers, steaks and countless other items to build upon your legendary status.