CPR workshop planned for Murray Hill area

May 18, 2018 by  

Knowing how to perform CPR and what to do if someone is choking can save a life, and a Murray Hill class will teach both of these skills.

The workshop will open with a review of how to prevent accidents for both babies and children, including tips for babyproofing a home. This will be followed by information about the importance of calling 911 in an emergency (along with other phone numbers that can be useful) and how to stock a first aid kit.

The class will then move on to teaching CPR for adults, children, and infants, along with what to do should someone be choking. The techniques will be taught using mannequins.

The event will wind up with an opportunity for the participants to add to their skills when it comes to providing first aid. An option is available for anyone who would like to learn how to use a pocket mask and Automated External Defibrillator (AED).

The registration fee for these workshops starts at $85 each for the CPR class and $100 for the Heartsave COP and AED Certification. Print shops can both design and print training manuals and any other materials required for a learning opportunity like this.

These events are scheduled for June 23rd at 272 Driggs Avenue in Brooklyn. The Baby Be Safe website can be consulted for more information.