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london ontario cpr

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Here is some information on the courses offered:


Did you know...

That brain damage can occur in as little as 4 minutes after a persons last breath?
That there can often be a full recovery from a clot based stroke if care is given quickly enough?
If you lose 50% of your total blood volume it is unlikely you will survive unless you are already receiving advanced medical care?

A Standard First Aid course will teach you!

Canadian Red Cross First Aid manual

Do you remember...

What you need to do before the AED pads go on?
The extra step you should do for a pregnant woman during CPR?
The other drugs that can't be taken with Nitroglycerine?

A Standard First Aid recertification course will test you!

Canadian Red Cross First Aid manual

How can you...

Open the airway of someone with a potential spinal injury?
Help an infant who is choking?
Use an AED on a child or infant with only Adult pads?

A CPR-C recertification course will remind you!

Canadian Red Cross First Aid manual

If you are considering a career involving First Aid and...

Work or want to work as part of a First Response team at a company or jobsite.
Have an interest in working as a paramedic, firefighter or police officer.
Want to take your First Aid training to the 'next level'.

A First Responder course will help you!

Canadian Red Cross First Aid manual

If you are considering a career where you will regularly provide high level First Aid services or you...

Want a certificate that meets the Paramedic Association of Canada National Occupational Competency Profile for the practitioner level of Emergency Medical Responder (EMR).
Have an interest in working as a paramedic, firefighter or police officer.
Want or need the highest 'urban' First Aid level provided by the Canadian Red Cross.

An Emergency Medical Responder course is a great start!

Canadian Red Cross First Aid manual

How do you...

Roll someone with a potential spinal injury?
Properly use a bag-valve mask?
Decide whether a child needs CPR or just assisted breathing?

A CPR-BLS course will show you!

Canadian Red Cross First Aid manual

Do you...

Camp, hike or canoe in areas where cell phones don't get a signal?
Travel, work, live or vacation in remote areas where you're more than an hour from medical aid?
Have an interest in First Aid that goes well beyond what's taught for 'Urban' First Aid?

A Wilderness & Remote First Aid course might be what you're looking for!

Canadian Red Cross First Aid manual

Other courses offered byLMac Community CPR

Prevention of Disease Transmission
Ensure you or your organization is prepared to deal with biohazards waste & blood borne pathogens
2-4 hours of instruction

Teaches youth how to handle emergencies with confidence by providing the basic first aid skills for common first aid problems
8-10 hours of instruction

Childcare First Aid
For individuals who care for infants or children in the workplace or at home
8 hours of instruction

Marine Basic First Aid
Designed for employees in the marine industry or those pursuing employment in this industry.  
The course content is consistent with Standard First Aid in a marine environment and meets Transport Canada Training Program Standards in Marine First Aid (TP 13008E)
16 hours of instruction

Marine Advanced First Aid
Comprehensive first aid and CPR techniques and scenarios for those who need a higher level of training to work and respond to emergencies in a marine setting. Course meets the requirements of Transport Canada; outlined in Transport Publication (TP) 13008. Designed for any person who wants to obtain a rating certificate, endorsement, or a Master or Officer certification, and for those providing first aid on board a vessel engaged on a near-coastal voyage, class 1, or on board a vessel on unlimited waters.
44 hours of instruction

How to book a seminar?
Simply email: or call to arrange dates and times. It is advisable to have 3 possible dates selected to ensure course availability.
Specific pricing is available on each course page, general cost information can be found on our Costs page

The Basics of CPR
Remember to Ask, Answer & Act and do the best you can.
Ask the question.
Answer yes or no
Actions are the steps below: 1 2 3 A B C

1 - SCENE ~ Is the scene safe? No glass, no gas, no fire, no wire, look up, look down
     Yes: Carry on to the next question
     No: Make it safe or wait for professional crews to do so

2 - WAKE ~ Can I wake them? Clap, tap, yell and pain stimuli
     Yes: Begin a secondary survey, checking for additional injuries
     No: Continue

3 - CHECK ~ Airway: Is it open?
     Yes: Continue
     No: Open it with head tilt/chin lift or jaw thrust

     CHECK ~ Breathing: Are they breathing? Inhale/exhale/chest rise
     Yes: Maintain airway, begin secondary survey
     No: Acknowledge the person needs 911/EMS and continue

     CHECK ~ Circulation: Are there signs of heavy bleeding?
     Yes: Apply bandages to stop bleeding and continue
     No: Continue

     CHECK ~ 911/EMS Has someone called 911/EMS?
     Yes: Carry on with your rescue.
     No: Direct someone to call; if alone, call before you begin CPR

C Start Compressions. Adult/Child/Infant is 30 compressions.
A Open airway with head tilt/chin lift or jaw thrust
B Give 2 breaths with just enough air to make the chest rise

Repeat cycles of compressions and breaths until either help arrives or the patient begins breathing.

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875 Hamilton Road, London, Ontario
Ph: 519-453-1483

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