Henderson Fire

Attend Free Community Lifesaver Class

Free Community Lifesaver Class

The Henderson Fire Department is encouraging all residents to attend the free Community Lifesaver Class. The two-hour class is open to adults and minors 12 and up accompanied by an adult. Classes are held at the Henderson Fire Training Center located at 401 Parkson Rd. The free Community Lifesaver Class includes:

Hands-Only CPR

The American Heart Association now recommends hands-only CPR using only chest compressions, which has been shown to be as effective as CPR with mouth-to-mouth resuscitation for adults experiencing cardiac arrest when performed prior to arrival of emergency responders. Hands-only CPR does not require a certification to learn or perform. Anyone interested in obtaining CPR certification should consider becoming a SMART Partner.

Emergency Bleeding Control

A person with significant bleeding can die within five minutes. It is vital to stop blood loss quickly before arrival of emergency responders. The Community Lifesaver Class includes training on emergency bleeding control using direct pressure and how and when to use a tourniquet.

Henderson Fire PulsePoint App

The PulsePoint App allows anyone to connect with the Henderson Fire Department and follow active emergency calls and receive important news and information. The Community Lifesaver Class will cover use of the PulsePoint App which is available as a free download for Apple and Android.


Community Lifesaver Class Registration

Date: January 25, 2020
Times: 10am-noon or 1pm-3pm
Location: Henderson Fire Training Center, 401 Parkson Rd.
Ages: adults and minors 12 and up accompanied by an adult

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