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We are saddened to announce that we will no longer be able to provide full open enrollment classes at the Bremerton West Sound office of The American Red Cross due to COVID-19 group training restrictions. We are looking into holding Blended Learning classes within the training space limited to 4 students at any given time…

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Buyer Beware of Online CPR Scams A public service announcement provided by the Health & Safety Institute. We invite you to share a link to this page from your website to educate all first responders about this unfortunate practice. They’re everywhere on the Internet: seemingly legitimate organizations offering “instant” CPR or first aid certification for busy people…

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Unresponsive, Unconscious? Intoxicated, Passed Out and Vomiting? If you are reading this and you are worried about someone? Is the person? Unresponsive?  Call 911 Unconscious?  Call 911 If you don’t do something then you get to live with the consequences…just saying. Now to the educational part of this post. When someone becomes ill or even violently ill…

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Wait, What!? You would think that this question “What First Aid, CPR/AED Class Do I Need?” would be fairly straight forward, but considering that many individuals are seeing the value of emergency medical response classes and seeking a class for the first time, or maybe there is an employer who has tasked a well meaning…

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Signals of seizures include: A blank stare. A period of distorted sensation during which the person is unable to respond. Uncontrolled muscular contractions, called convulsions, which last several minutes. A person with epilepsy may experience something called an aura before the seizure occurs. An aura is an unusual sensation or feeling, such as a visual…

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Where is the AED in your neighborhood? Citizen responders have been using AEDs (Automated External Defibrillators) combined with quality CPR to save thousands of lives each year around the globe.  Every week I read another story about ordinary people doing the extraordinary in saving the life of a loved one, friend, coworker and stranger using publicly…

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Be Ready for Cardiac Emergencies at Sea When Every Second Counts! At sea, whether on a large ship or a small boat, access to emergency services is often hours away. This means that in the event of sudden cardiac arrest (SCA), your crew must be prepared to act within the critical ten-minute window. While CPR is…

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Red Cross First Aid, CPR/AED Courses in Bremerton The Bremerton office of The American Red Cross and Northwest Response are pleased to announce that the  Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED Course’s is again at the Bremerton office of the Red Cross after a complete classroom upgrade and remodel. The Adult and Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED course incorporates the…

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