We train you like the life you save will be ours!
May 22, 2023:
Emerade epinepherine auto-injector recall
Posted by Health Canada: "Bausch Health, Canada Inc. recalls all lots of Emerade epinephrine auto-injectors (0.3 mg and 0.5 mg strengths) due to possible device failure"
May 15, 2023:
Tick season is now here!
Information to help identify a tick can be found on the MLHU website (you can submit a tick there for identification but they are no longer testing them for Lyme disease). Please remember that even pets who have been taking meds for ticks can still bring live ticks into the house from outside where they can find their way to you.
Apr 28, 2023:
Red Cross lifesaving awards
We were honoured to be asked to present a Red Cross lifesaving award to a husband, wife and daughter who were trained in First Aid and stepped up when one of the members of their congregation suffered a heart attack. A quick response by them, proper usage of an AED and equally quick response by EMS resulted in that person being able to sit up and have a conversation in hospital later that day.
Feb. 1, 2023:
Community Votes London Winner!
YES! A big thank you to all who voted! LMac Community CPR received Platinum status by Community Votes London 2022 coming in 1st out of 10 nominated companies.
Jan. 18, 2023:
New Naloxone training legislation
Ontario has recently passed legislation effective June 1, 2023 requiring some workplaces to have Naloxone kits. For more information, see: Ontario Naloxone Training Requirements. The Canadian Red Cross does have a free, online program that meets the OSHA guidelines for Naloxone in the workplace and more information can be found at: Ontario Workplace Naloxone Program.
Jan. 8, 2023:
Cancellation / Rebooking policy
When registering, please ensure that you have read and understand our cancellation/rebooking policy (click link to open in new page). There are additional charges for cancelling/rebooking a class depending on how far in advance of the course we are notified.
Jan. 1, 2022:
End of First Aid certificate expiry extensions
Effective Dec 31, 2021 the extension to First Aid certificate expiries ended. This means that anyone whose certificate expired after that date will not be able to take a recertification course and will have to re-take the full course.
Oct. 15, 2020:
Red Cross Wilderness First Responder program
The Wilderness First Responder program has just been released by the Canadian Red Cross and will be available from LMac in January 2021!
While this course is generally taken by people who will be providing professional level First Aid, such as Search & Rescue services in a wilderness environment, it is also a great course for those who are applying for employment in a wilderness setting where a higher level of training is an advantage or for those with an interest in taking their Wilderness First Aid to the next level.
This course is a combination of the skills, knowledge and equipment that a First Responder would use in an urban setting and the longer term care abilities plus other skills that a Wilderness First Aider would use in a wilderness setting.
LMac Community CPR
875 Hamilton Road, London, Ontario
Ph: 519-453-1483 Email:Laura@LMac-CPR.ca
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