PROMOTING THE CALM IN EMERGENCY SITUATIONS
The mission of Controlled Response Services (CRS) is to help educate individuals on basic lifesaving skills. Whether you are an individual, family, group, business, or organization, our company is devoted to ensuring that you receive the training necessary to respond and keep calm in all emergencies.
AVAILABLE TRAINING PROGRAMS
CPR / AED TRAINING
Being trained in CPR and AED can save your life, your children’s lives, your parent's lives, or even a stranger’s life. Getting trained is easily accessible to anyone who wants it and not difficult to complete. Learning the basics can be empowering, and it is something you will remember throughout your lifetime.
Our CPR and AED certification course is OSHA compliant and is approved by federal, state, municipal, and private/non-profit organizations. Want to be certified in CPR & AED?
Getting a proper understanding of first aid has proven vital in preventing numerous deaths around the world. First aid training is highly recommended for anyone whether in the workplace, home, or school.
A person who is trained to give first aid that sees any accident in their vicinity can take immediate action and lives can be saved. While it is natural for most of us to rush to support any injured person, a trained person is more reliable, confident, and in control of themselves and their actions while in trauma situations.
BASIC LIFE SUPPORT
FOR HEALTHCARE WORKERS
Our BLS Course is designed for healthcare professionals and other personnel who need to know how to perform CPR and other basic cardiovascular life support skills in a wide variety of in-facility and prehospital settings.
The course trains participants to promptly recognize several life-threatening emergencies, give high-quality chest compressions, deliver appropriate ventilations and provide early use of an AED.
Bloodborne pathogens are, at the very least, dangerous and at worst, deadly. They can be contracted in the workplace in many ways, yet an infection is easy to prevent if proper precautions and procedures are followed. Being aware is the first step toward protection.
The air a person normally breathes contains approximately 21% oxygen. The concentration of oxygen delivered to a victim through rescue breathing is 16%. A condition known as hypoxia (insufficient oxygen to the body) can occur if a person goes without adequate oxygen for an extended period.
The administration of oxygen during an emergency may prevent damage to vital organs. This course is ideal for lay and professional rescuers and teaches how to administer oxygen during an emergency. .