ROCKY MOUNTAIN RESUSCITATION, LLC
FACTS REGARDING OUT-OF-HOSPITAL CARDIOPULMONARY RESUSCITATION (CPR)
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation is a lifesaving procedure performed when the heart stops. This act can double or even triple the chances of survival.
On average, 475,000 people die from cardiac arrest. Globally, it claims more lives than colorectal cancer, breast cancer, prostate cancer, influenza, automobile accidents, HIV, firearms, and house fires combined!
More than 350,000 cardiac arrests occur outside of the hospital.
45% of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests survived when bystander CPR was administered.
Only 46% of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests get immediate help prior to medical professionals arrive.
55% can't get first aid or CPR/AED training from their employer
If training is available, it's often either first aid or CPR, not both.
An active shooter is an individual actively engaged in the attempt to kill people in a populated area.
According to the FBI, active shooter events have risen each year over the past 3 years.
3 incidents in 2019 unarmed citizens confronted the shooter, thereby ending the event.
With our Active Violence Emergency Response Training (AVERT) provided through the Health and Safety Institute (HSI), students will learn what to do in the event they become part of this scenerio.
Rocky Mountain Resuscitation's mission is to provide safe and easy education on how to save a life for all who wish to learn. We accomplish this by providing up-to-date training at their place of business, church, or home. With proper training, students are certified to the 2020 American Heart Association guidelines and leave with the confidence to help during an emergency.
Offering classes in the Northern Virginia, Southern Maryland region.
Rocky Mountain Resuscitation is veteran-owned and operated, headed by Lance.
All training is through the American Heart Association (AHA). Training available through American Red Cross (ARC) or American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) upon request.
Lance joined the Navy in Sept 2003, completing Navy Hospital Corpsmen School in 2004. He has been an AHA Instructor since 2005 and provides group focused train to civilians, firefighters, and military personnel.
Training is ideal for scouting, babysitters, business, or individuals wishing to learn how to save a life.
Trainers will come to your location with all the required gear to complete the course.