Save a life, be a First Care Provider
Wherever tragedy strikes, First Care Providers are there. The immediate responding public are the first ones to brave danger and selflessly provide medical care to those injured.
Who are these First Care Providers? Teachers, security guards, sales clerks, by-standers, everyday people with no medical training who make a difference and save lives. Everyday people like you.
Time means everything to the injured, and seconds are critical when victims lie bleeding. Our EMS systems are the best in the world, but there are times when they realistically can’t get there fast enough. From natural disasters, accidents to active violent incidents, it is difficult for traditional first responders (Police, Fire, EMS) to arrive and provide treatment in under 5 minutes. But you can — long before their arrival.
The next First Care Provider class will be Saturday, April 28, 2018, from 9:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. at the on 5092 Schaefer Ave., in Chino. The class is free but you need to register, click here.
Some skills that you will learn are:
- Bleeding Control
- Airway Management
- Proper Communications
- Self-Survival in Disaster Environments
- and Much More!
Age limit for participants is 13 and older.
For information or questions, call (909) 902-5260 x 8884.