As an employer, how can you provide CPR training for your staff. If you haven't recently taken a CPR class we urge you to do so. Click on "Class Calendar" above for your state's classes locations and times.

  • Ten Important Factors To Consider Before Buying An AED January 20, 2020Derek Walborn
    A readily, easily accessible AED is an invaluable life saving device. While the technology and functionality of an AED makes it a complex piece of life saving gear under the hood, purchasing the proper equipment for your emergency use is not as tricky as one might think. As with any important purchase, knowledge is power. Knowing what to look ...
  • The Life-Saving Importance of AEDs in the Workplace October 26, 2016Laura Crider
    If you work a standard 40+ hour week, you likely spend more of your waking hours at your workplace than you do at home. Your job gives you a way to provide for your family, and you develop close relationships with your co-workers and customers over time. At In-Pulse CPR, we are committed to empowering ...
  • Why not a CPR class for your employees? October 12, 2016Alyssa Reinbolt
    Have you ever thought about CPR training for you and your employees? While some fields of work require all employees to be certified, any business can benefit from having CPR-certified staff on hand. Studies have shown that time is of the essence when someone has a heart attack. When you call 911, the national average ...
  • Essential Safety: The 5 Reasons Your Company should have an AED August 13, 2014Robin Johnson
    The AED (Automatic External Defibrillator) was introduced to the public over thirty years ago, designed to administer a potentially life-save electric jolt to the failing heart of a victim in order to restore a regular rhythm. The fact that most of us spend a large portion of our days within the work place makes it ...
  • Automated External Defibrillator’s and the Workplace May 12, 2011Laura_Frost
    Written by Laura Frost In today’s world, we are noticing more and more people who have high blood pressure, high cholesterol or something indicating a problem with the heart. It is far too common that people are seen in the emergency room and placed on medication to make their heart slow down, ...
  • Cardiac arrest cost employers May 6, 2011Troy Bowman
    Many of those deaths happened at work. Each death yesterday will cost employers, employees, and their families today and for the foreseeable near future.
  • Corporate CPR training needed February 20, 2011Troy Bowman
    There are three different types of certification courses available and the one that is right for you depend on your line of work.

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