20% Off Canadian Red Cross products for PMTE's valued customers!
Canadian Red Cross is offering our #pmte customers 20% off their purchases from the Canadian Red Cross eShop! We LOVE "shop & save" deals!!!
Enter the code shown in the coupon!
12:30pm - 1:30pm: Lunch (Provided by the Neighbourhood Alliance Church)
1:30pm - 3:30pm: "Caring For Loved Ones" Learning session
Participants will learn:
- how to recognize an emergency
- when to call 911
- how to provide CPR for adults, children, and babies
- how to provide care for someone choking
Although the instructor teaching this course will be teaching knowledge & concepts from the Canadian Red Cross CPR course, participants will not be tested on material and will therefore not be receiving a certificate for the course.
Maximum # of participants:
This will be based on number of participants choosing to use mannequins. We will remove the link for registration once the event is full.
We are happy to be providing the instructor for this event and are thankful to our added sponsors for helping make this event possible!
- The Neighbourhood Alliance Church for providing food and drinks
- The Boulder Creek Golf Course for providing the facility
"...women suffering from a cardiac arrest in public are 27 per cent less likely than men to receive CPR. The research determined that this is because people are often unsure how to navigate administering CPR around a woman’s breasts."
Register your youth in one of our upcoming Stay Safe or Babysitting courses today! For those withing attend the homeschool courses, please use the above mentioned discount code to receive 10% off.
Home Safe! Every Day! Everyone!
We can't stress enough to pay attention to your surroundings. Maybe you haven't noticed how often the newspapers writes a story pertaining to (an) individual(s) while providing help or support to others. It happens all the time!
Watch the "Slow Down and Move Over" video above. It is a classic example of people doing their jobs, not focused on safety. 3 people (2 tow truck employees & 1 officer), and not a one focused on making the scene more safe! Look how fast the traffic whizzes by without a care. We aren't here to criticize them, but rather to use this as an example. This accident could have easily been avoided if SCENE SAFETY had been made priority!
Prevention is key! Be aware of your surroundings, constantly watching for changes and dangers. Don't become a victim yourself!