Presented by HP Wilms
Owner – Firefighter CPR
American Heart Association Instructor
Medical emergencies can happen anywhere and at any time. Recognizing what to do and what to look for can make a life saving difference. Did you know that 88 percent of heart attacks outside of the hospital occur in the home or every 40 seconds someone in the United States has a stroke? In this class we are going to discuss how to recognize the signs and symptoms of common medical emergencies and how to deal with them as well as how to prepare, prevent and respond to a situation, recognizing potential workplace violence indicators, what to do if you’re confronted by an active shooter and how to react to responding to law enforcement.
Preparing for, recognizing, and reacting to basic home and potential office emergencies.
• Cardiac Events
• Diabetic Reactions
• Respiratory Ailments
• Allergic Reactions
• ETOH and Drug Overdoses
• Use of medications
• Describe actions to take when confronted with an active shooter and responding law enforcement officials
• Recognize potential workplace violence indicators
• What actions to take to prevent and prepare for potential active shooter incidents
• What can you do?
HP Wilms is a career firefighter in the Denver Metro area working for Cunningham Fire providing pre-hospital care and handling all kinds of emergency situations. He is the owner of Firefighter CPR and a certified American Heart Association Instructor
Registration & Dinner at 5:30pm • Course begins 6pm • 2 CE Credits • Space is Limited
Please RSVP by Jan 31st, 2018 • Registration online at: yourdentalimplants.com or call (303) 695-0990