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About sescpr

This is the Official Blog of Safety Education Specialists. An Authorized American Heart Association Training Site located in Virginia, USA. www.ses911.com for all our course listings and information.

C.R.E.S.T. – Safety for the 4-legged Client.

The expertise of Safety Education Specialists has been combined with our love of animals to create a training division just for the animal world. Continue reading

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New AHA BLS Online and what it means for you.

The new course, “BLS HeartCode Online Part 1” by contrast, has a longer Skills Session. This Session will involve video segments, Team Dynamics exercises and more elaborate hands-on testing. This session will last about 2 hours. Continue reading

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New First Aid guidelines from the AHA for 2015

Happy Guidelines Update! For the last 15 years, the AHA has updated the Basic First Aid Guidelines based on research and feedback from students and instructors, every 5 years.  This year, 2015, is the latest update.  What does this mean … Continue reading

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What’s new in CPR? A quick overview of the 2015 AHA Guideline change for BLS Healthcare Providers

Happy Guidelines Update! For the last 15 years, the AHA has updated the CPR Guidelines based on research and feedback from students and instructors, every 5 years.  This year, 2015, is the latest update.  What does this mean for you, … Continue reading

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What’s new in CPR? A quick look at the 2015 AHA Guidelines for Lay-Rescuers (Heartsaver)

Happy Guidelines Update! For the last 15 years, the AHA has updated the CPR Guidelines based on research and feedback from students and instructors, every 5 years.  This year, 2015, is the latest update.  What does this mean for you, … Continue reading

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CMS updates guidelines for CPR in Nursing Homes. Says a “no CPR” policy is not-allowed

According to an updated notice from CMS (Center for Medicaid Studies), nursing homes should not establish a “no CPR” policy.  “facilities must not implement policies that prevent full implementation of advance directives and do not promote person-centered care. ”  In … Continue reading

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Where is the CPR Manikin today?

The Safety Education Specialists’ team has noticed that our CPR manikin likes to escape from his bag.  I guess he want’s to have some fun too.  Let’s see where he is going…

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