Best of the First Response Training Blog 2019

It’s that time of year where everyone is reflecting on how the year went and what they can do better in the New Year. We’re doing the same first things first for us was to dive into what content you, our readers are consuming them most. These are our top 5 most read articles of 2019 and chosen by you.

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Warning Signs of a Heart Attack

Do you know the warning signs of a heart attack? Would you be able to tell if someone needed help? And most importantly, would you know HOW to help someone who’s having a heart attack? Learn how to help incase of a heart attack now.

What kind of CPR Training do I need to work in Childcare?

Are you looking to work in Childcare? Are you not sure where to start with first-aid or CPR training before you get started? A lot of times these certifications are required by law to work with children, learn more about the course you’ll read by reading on.

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CPR Training for Fitness Instructors: What You Need to Know

Are you a fitness professional? This profession has people looking to you for health and fitness knowledge to keep them looking and feeling their best. Are you prepared to help in an emergency situation? Beyond that, did you know your job opportunities widen with a CPR certification?

Warning Signs of a Stroke: The Knowledge You Need to Act F.A.S.T

When we talk about being a first responder, we are talking about the first trained person who arrives on the scene. If you are this person you need to know what to do and how to do it. Here’s what you need to know to act F.A.S.T. This isn’t just a technique, it is a life saving tool.

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Why Lay Person Rescuers are Important

Do you know what a lay person resucer is? Why they are so important? Or how effective a lay person rescuer can actually be? We’re breaking all of these things down in this post.

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Resuscitation of a Drowning Victim

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Summertime is quickly approaching, meaning more swimming and playing in the water is on the horizon. Would you know how to act if someone was drowning right before your eyes? We’re going to walk you through what to do and things to consider if you find yourself in front of a drowning victim.

Did you get the COVID-19 Vaccine, Now What?

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With over 10.6 million people getting vaccinated in one day alone, we are *hopefully* well on our way back to whatever normalcy looks like. We’re here to break down the new CDC guidelines for people who have gotten their COVID-19 vaccine, including what it means to be “fully vaccinated.”

The Internet's Favorite Masks Based on Comfort and Fit

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At this point in the pandemic, you likely have a collection of masks in your home somewhere… But have you found your favorite yet? We asked the internet what their favorite mask is and were flooded with over 60 different companies who make masks. We sorted through all the comments and came up with this list of 14 different companies that make high-quality masks.

Returning to the Workplace with Confidence

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Are you going to be returning to the workplace in 2021? There are steps you can take to make the transition into what life might be like post COVID-19. We’re breaking down the four things you can do to create a plan to return to your place of work feeling confident.

Heart-healthy foods

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Are you eating a healthy diet that will help your heart stay strong? If you’re not sure whether you have a heart-healthy diet, we created a list of ten simple foods you can add to your diet to that helps safeguard your heart.

COVID-19: The Things You Need to Know

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Do the news and media have you worried about Coronavirus AKA COVID-19? With companies, schools, and events shutting down and canceling, it can be easy to worry. We get it, that’s why we are taking the time to help spread information to keep you healthy and safe against COVID-19.

First Aid: Hypothermia

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Did you know you can get hypothermia no matter what time of year it is? It’s true… There are three different stages and many symptoms to be aware of. We’re breaking it all down from all three stages and the symptoms that accompany each to what to do to help someone who might have hypothermia.

What to keep in your first aid kit for babies

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Having a baby in the home can put everyone on high alert. While babies are pretty resilient, they still require special attention and care in almost every way. When you think about it that way, it’s easy to see why it would be a good idea to have a first aid kit specifically for babies. Learn more about what they need and what to keep on hand.
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