[nfbwatlk] first aid

Mike Freeman k7uij at panix.com
Thu Apr 2 15:38:49 UTC 2015

Same here although my course was through my employer. Just before I retired,
I took a CPR refresher course through my employer and was certified in both
the standard CPR taught to most laypersons now that uses just chest
compression and the mouth-to-mouth and compression CPR using a fluid barrier
taught to emergency medical personnel. In addition, we were taught to use a
automatic defibrolator -- I had never seen one before. To pass the test, one
had to get it out and hooked up within a minute or so. There were no breaks
given to me; even though I had never seen a defibrolator before, I was
subject to the same test criteria. BTW, I passed.

Mike Freeman

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Subject: Re: [nfbwatlk] first aid

I took a First Aid class and was certified, but it's been so long 
ago that I don't remember much about it.  It was taught by some 
guys from the Fire Department in Tacoma.  It was a presty small 
class, so he was able to give me a lot of one-on-one instruction.  
Otherwise I just did everything everybody else did.    Blessings,    

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