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CPR training on the job benefits everyone
9 Year old boy saves baby live with teaching mother CPR
New Law Makes automated External Defibrillators in all New Jersey

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Open space for First Aid and cpr course 2-25-15 6pm

Willow Wind Therapy, LLC will be hosting an American Heart Ass. First Aid/CPR certification Feb. 25 at 6pm, for anyone interested. . The instructor is extremely knowledgeable and this is a great course for anyone who has never been certified or needs to be recertified. Please share with your friends and family.

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Winslow Professional Center, Suite 11C, 339 Route 73 North
Berlin, New Jersey 08009

Healthcare Provider CPR 
Healthcare provider Full class (Two years certification card issued) 

CPR training on the job benefits everyone

        
CPR training on the job benefits everyone June 11, 2013
Daily Press
            
One of the most valuable skills a person can learn is the life-saving technique known as CPR. In the case of a person having a heart attack, whether that person lives or dies may hinge on whether anyone nearby knows how to perform CPR.The Daily Press came up with a plan here that other area businesses may want to incorporate into their inner workings. Over many months, Daily Press Publisher Dan McDonald was in the process of updating and improving our emergency plan.

9 Year old boy saves baby live with teaching mother CPR

9-Year-Old Boy Saves Baby’s Life by Teaching Mother How to Perform CPR 


When a Georgia mother's 2-month-old baby suddenly stopped breathing, there was only one thing she could think to do: Scream at the top of her lungs."I had him in my arms and still screaming over and over," recalled Susanna Rohm of Marietta. "Then I ran outside. I saw two boys playing across the street and I yelled, 'go ask your parents to call 911.'"Ethan Wilson, 10, and Rocky Hurt, 9, called 911 themselves, and then Rocky did Rohm one better: He taught her how to perform CPR.

New Law Makes automated External Defibrillators in all New Jersey

New Law Makes Automated External Defibrillators (AED) and Cardiac Emergency Action Plans a Requirement in All New Jersey Schools


Trenton, NJ – Acting to safeguard the lives of New Jersey’s K-12 students, Governor Chris Christie today signed “Janet’s Law,” requiring all public and nonpublic schools to have automated external defibrillators (AED) on site. In addition, the new law (A-1608), calls for schools to establish emergency action plans to respond to sudden cardiac events, in order to be as prepared as possible to deal with life-threatening emergencies.
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