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Emergency Training is great on your Resumes

untitledEmergency Response Planning is required at most industrial facilities

Preparing before an emergency incident can play a vital role. Ensure that workers and employers have the necessary equipment, know where to go, and know how to keep themselves safe when an emergency occurs. Incident commanders may lack the necessary skills needed to ensure cohesive efforts without proper training in command, coordination, control, and communication.

Serious times call for serious training. One of the greatest assets to obtain would have to be CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation) certification. It is the process that’s done to provide a person suffering from cardiac arrest the chance to live. It is also imperative to have someone present that can immediately react to the situation and start the CPR process.

Taking a CPR course at The Heart Center can open your eyes to the reaction that you may initially make, and how to train yourself to get the proper mindset and take immediate action with a clear mind. As a candidate for a new job, you can tell them that you are confident and able to react quickly. For more information or if interested in taking a class visit our website or call 202-536-7972

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