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Hypothermia happens when a person’s core body temperature is lower than 35°C (95°F). Hypothermia has three levels: acute, subacute, or chronic. Acute hypothermia is caused by a rapid loss of body heat, usually from immersion in cold water.
Subacute hypothermia often happens in cool outdoor weather (below 10°C or 50°F) when wind chill, wet or too little clothing, fatigue, and/or poor nutrition lower the body’s ability to cope with cold. Chronic hypothermia happens from ongoing exposure to cold indoor temperatures (below 16°C or 60°F). The poor, the elderly, people who have hypothyroidism, people who take sedative-hypnotics, and drug and alcohol abusers are prone to chronic hypothermia, and they typically:
We have been getting a few questions about Ebola in class. The CDC has a good website on information about Ebola and some guidelines on what to look for and how to deal with the illness. Below is the link.
Many regulatory agencies across the United States have become aware of the "instant certification" scams and are revising their regulations to prevent its use. These websites often state that online-only CPR or first aid certification is “nationally accepted“. They are not. No major nationally recognized training program in the United States endorses certification without practice and evaluation of hands-on skills.
For example, the Indiana Department of Education states, "CPR-Heimlich Maneuver training may be delivered primarily online, but it must include a "hands-on" training/demonstration component with a mannequin."
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FAQ - Can you tell more about Indiana Safety and Health, Inc. and why I should use you to provide my training?
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CPR cards can be good for up to two years. However some state licensing agencies will only accept one year cards. First Aid is good for two years.
If your business is in Marion County, we will come out to your site during the week as long as there are 7 or more students for CPR class or 10 or more if a CPR/First Aid class. Our weekend classes have a 15 person minimum. For classes outside these areas call for details. We customize training's all over the State of Indiana! Click Here for OPEN CLASS SCHEDULE.
No, we have the capability to teach very large groups. However, please schedule these classes in advance
You can pay with money order, a company check, or a credit card.
FAQ - Does the CPR include the Heimlich maneuver to meet teacher qualifications with the department of education (DOE)?
Yes! We meet state licensing requirements for teachers with the Indiana Department of Education.
You can pay for a replacement card on our website, or call and pay over the phone for a replacement card. The replacement card fee is $10 and includes standard shipping.