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SEPTEMBER IS NATIONAL PREPAREDNESS MONTH!

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How are YOU going to PREPARE?

Every September, American CPR Training™ encourages all of our responsible & conscientious clients to help us support and promote National Preparedness Month. As always, we emphasize the importance of a Family & Youth Emergency Communication Plans.

National Preparedness Month had its inception in 2004 and American CPR Training™ was there. National Preparedness Month is observed each September in the United States of America. The White House, FEMA, CDC, Ready.gov (Listo.gov), and the Office of Emergency Management promote National Preparedness during September of each year and bring you information so you can PREPARE for disasters. Remember "Pre-pare" ~ "Pre" means before... not after!

"National Preparedness Month is an important reminder about each American's civic responsibility to prepare for emergencies," said Homeland Security Secretary Michael Chertoff. "Those with the capacity and wherewithal to help themselves must do so in advance, so that in the event of an emergency, responders can first assist those who are unable to tend to themselves. From wildfires and earthquakes in California, to hurricanes and tropical storms along the Gulf Coast, to flooding in the Midwest, recent events remind us more than ever that we must prepare ourselves and our families for
a disaster. September is the time, each year, when every American should ask the question,
Am I ready?'
"

American CPR Training™ is a National Preparedness Month Coalition Member.


Does your family know how to get in touch with each other during emergencies if you are not all together?

Before an emergency happens, have a family discussion to determine who would be your out-of-state point of contact, and where you would meet away from your home - both in the neighborhood and within your town.

Preparing Your Family & Friends

Your family may not be together if a disaster strikes, so it is important to think about the following situations and plan just in case. Consider the following questions when making a plan:
  1. How will my family/household get emergency alerts and warnings?
  2. How will my family/household get to safe locations for relevant emergencies?
  3. How will my family/household get in touch if cell phone, internet, or landline doesn't work?
  4. How will I let loved ones know I am safe?
  5. How will family/household get to a meeting place after the emergency?
  6. Click Here to Download a Family Communication Plan for Adults

Family Communications Plan for Kids

Emergencies can happen at any time. Do you know how to get in touch with your family if you are not together? Let them know you're OK! Pick the same person for each family member to contact. It might be easier to reach someone who's out of town. Where will you meet up with your family if you have to get out of your house quickly? Where will you meet if your neighborhood is being evacuated and you're not at home? Unless you are in immediate danger, send a text. Texts often have an easier time getting through during emergencies, and you don't want to tie up phone lines needed by emergency responders (like 911). Click Here to Download a Family Communication Plan for Kids

Know Where to Go...and How to Get There!

Pick a Meeting Spot. Where will you meet up with your family if you have to get out of your house quickly? Where will you meet if your neighborhood is being evacuated and you're not at home? Draw a Map. Put a Triangle to show your home. Put a Circle to show your school. Mark your out-of-neighborhood meeting spot with an X and label it. Know the Exits. Do you know two ways out of every room in your house in case of a fire? Draw a floor plan of your bedroom in the space below and circle the two ways to get out. Hint: one may not be a door!


So... What can YOU do for National Preparedness Month? Read below

As a National Preparedness Month Coalition Member, American CPR Training™ encourages you to consider doing any or all of the following to promote Preparedness:

Get a Quote for CPR, First Aid, and AED or other safety training at your location, for your group for... ½ the Time, ½ the Price, and TWICE the FUN!™

Apply for an AED Grant - Get funding assistance for placing these vital lifesaving devices at Home, Work, or in the Community. See the www.AedGrant.com Program

Or if you already have current CPR, First Aid & AED Training and don't need training at the time - and if you aren't interested in a life-saving AED, why not get a great new CPR DVD to play for your group (with the latest CPR guidelines) or CPR masks & First Aid Kits for your Team?

These are fun, affordable (masks from 84¢ each!), appropriate, and will help "Prepare" anyone to respond!

Click below to check out CPR masks and other cool CPR and AED products!

Graphical image link to CPR Masks and other cool CPR and AED products. Categories on image include CPR masks and supplies, professional CPR equipment, automated external defibrillators, first aid kits and supplies, CPR training videos and student/instructor training. See Cool CPR & AED Products.

Share this FREE FIRST AID VIDEO with everyone you know - Spread the Awareness!

Finally... Visit Ready.gov & Listo.gov
Ready is a national public service advertising (PSA) campaign designed to educate and empower Americans to prepare for and respond to emergencies including natural and man-made disasters. The goal of the campaign is to get the public involved and increase the level of preparedness across the nation.

Ready and its Spanish language version Listo ask individuals to do three key things:
(1) Get an emergency supply kit.
(2) Make a family emergency plan.
(3) Be informed about the different types of emergencies that could occur and their appropriate responses.

We have a great success rate! Every year we help train thousands of students! To lock in your CPR, First Aid, AED or other Safety Training NOW for September (National Preparedness Month 2017) just complete and return our ONSITE TRAINING QUOTE REQUEST FORM. (Please Mention "National Preparedness Month 2017")

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CPR

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Adult, Child & Infant CPR
(New Guidelines - Full CPR & Compression-Only!)
2½ Hours
$16.50 - $29 per student
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AED

Automated External Defibrillator Training

AED
Automated External Defibrillation

2½ Hours
$16.50 - $29 per student
2 Year Certification
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First Aid

First Aid Safety Training

Basic 1st Aid & Emergency Care
2 Hours
$16.50 - $29 per student
2 Year Certification
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Bloodborne Pathogens

Bloodborne Pathogen Safety Training Bloodborne Pathogens
2 Hours
$16.50 - $29 per student
2 Year Certification
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OSHA Forklift Safety

OSHA Forklift and Powered Industrial Truck Training

OSHA Industrial Forklift Safety
3 - 3½ Hours
$60 - $90 per student
3 Year Certification
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Disaster Preparedness

Disaster Preparedness Training

Earthquake &
Disaster Preparedness

1½ - 2 Hours
$15 - $29 per student
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Principles of Ergonomics
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