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    Taxonomy Code: LH-2700.2000-150

    Programs that instruct the public in the appropriate techniques for prolonging the lives of victims of heart failure until emergency medical care can be provided. Included may be instruction in full CPR which combines rescue breaths with chest compressions (the best option in some emergencies, including those involving infants and children, drowning victims or people who collapse due to breathing problems) and/or hands only CPR which involves chest compressions only, no mouth to mouth contact. Hands only CPR is used in emergencies where someone suffers sudden cardiac arrest.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    CPR, AED, First Aid and Safety Trainings - HeartSmartOffers specialized courses including: - CPR, AED, and first aid for adults, children, and infants - Safety programs for children ages preschool to eighth grade (e.g., calling 911, car safety, gun safety, babysitting instruction, etc.) - Standard precaution trainingAdams CountyHeartSmartHeartSmart
    CPR and Defibrillator Training - Starting HeartsProvides CPR and defibrillator education and training. Also provides information on placement of defibrillators in public locations throughout Eagle County. Services include: - CALL.PUSH.SHOCK training- 45 minute hands-on CPR/DEFIB training - Training on finding the nearest defibrillator in public and private places. - Neighbor Savor program: using a free, downloadable mobile app to alert nearby citizens of a cardiac arrest - The Heart Rod: mobile classroom to help train and inform people about sudden cardiac arrest. - Financial assistance through scholarships for education and training needed by first responders in the performance of their duties.Eagle County100 W. Beaver Creek BlvdStarting Hearts
    CPR Training - American Heart AssociationOffers adult and pediatric CPR courses for the community.Denver CountyAmerican Heart AssociationAmerican Heart Association
    First Aid/CPR Training - American Red Cross of Southeastern ColoradoProvides first aid and CPR training. Class locations, dates, and times vary.El Paso CountyAmerican Red Cross of Southeastern ColoradoAmerican Red Cross of Southeastern Colorado
    Health and Safety Classes - American Red Cross Mile High ChapterTrains professional rescuers, health care professionals, adults and teenagers in: - First Aid, CPR and AED for adults, children and infants - Babysitter, lifeguard and wilderness training - Disaster preparednessDenver CountyAmerican Red Cross Mile High ChapterAmerican Red Cross Mile High Chapter
    Health and Safety Classes - American Red Cross of Northern ColoradoProvides the following health and safety classes to individuals in need: - CPR - First Aid - AED (automated external defibrillator) - Caregiver/babysitter training - Water safety - Swimming classesLarimer CountyAmerican Red Cross of Northern ColoradoAmerican Red Cross of Northern Colorado
    Red Cross CPR and First Aid Classes - Custer County Public Health AgencyProvides instruction for Red Cross CPR and First Aid classes. Participants who complete either class earn a certificate of completion.Custer CountyPublic HealthCuster County Public Health Agency
    Safety Courses and Disaster Relief - Southeastern Colorado American Red CrossProvides disaster relief services to victims of disaster with focus on meeting the immediate needs for food, clothing and shelter. Also offers health and safety courses including: - CPR and First Aid courses for infants, children, and adults - automated external defibrillation (AED) - water safety and life guarding instruction - pet first aid - babysitting training - wilderness first aid Donations accepted.Pueblo CountyHealth and Safety ServicesSoutheastern Colorado American Red Cross
    Work Training/ Safety - Absolute SafetyProvides safety training and screening classes. Offers trainning at facility or will come to your location. Services Include: - Accident / Incident Investigation - Accident / Injury Case Management - Develop and conduct workplace safety training programs - Drug & Alcohol Screening - Ergonomic Assessment - ISNetworld Account Management - Mock OSHA Assessment - On-Site Monthly Safety Meetings - On-site Safety Management - Review or develop your Health & Safety Manual - Safety Auditing & Compliance - Safety Management - Safety Meeting Management - Safety Training Training's include: - Blood borne Pathogens Certification - Confined Space Entry - Defensive Driving - Emergency Response - Ergonomic Awareness - Excavation & Trenching Compentent Person - Fall Protection Competent Person - Fire Extinguisher Hands-On Training - Fire Prevention - First Aid, CPR, CPR Pro Level, AED - Forklift/Front End Loader Operator - H2S Awareness & Operator Training - Hazard Communication (GHS) - Lockout / Tag out - Noise Exposure & Hearing Protection - OSHA 10/30 Hour General Industry & Construction - OSHA Most Frequently Cited - PEC Basic 10 & Core Compliance - SafeLand & SafeGulf USAMesa County2591 Legacy WayAbsolute Safety

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