House of Worship
Make sure your place of worship is ready to handle life-threatening events. It is important to take steps to prepare for the potential of such incidents in order to ensure the safety of your staff, volunteers, and congregation at all times. While all churches, businesses, and organizations should have an Emergency Action Plan (EAP) in place that provides guidelines for dealing with emergency incidents, there is no substitute for having live scenario experience in knowing what to do and how to quickly follow your EAP.
Lifesafety365 has a host of programs to ensure your staff and congregation are prepared to respond. Our training will give your church leaders, volunteers, and congregation the skills necessary to do that.
House of Worship usually has a congregation that consists of a flock of all ages which can pose a host of medical challenges and health concerns, church family value and pride themselves on taking care of the elders of the church. LifeSafety365 offer training courses and services that can meet the needs of your staff and the members.
CPR AED or Basic First Aid CPR AED Course is a classroom, Instructor-led course designed to prepare students to provide CPR and use an automated external defibrillator (AED) use in a safe, timely, and effective manner. A Blended online and classroom course is offered as well. Upon successful completion of the course, including a first aid skills demonstration and a CPR and AED skills test, students will receive a First Aid and/or CPR AED course completion card, which is valid for two years. GET CERTIFIED.
CPR AED and First Aid Certification Courses
Send us your contact information to request an onsite group certification training for your faculty.
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LifeSafety365 Community Workshops
LifeSafety365, LLC offers free workshops to community centers and organizations in an effort to prepare the community to respond to traumatic events through our LifeSafety365 Community Workshops. H.O.P.E CPR and STOP THE BLEED® are 2 safety programs we have adopted to bring the community basic life-saving skills.
H.O.P.E. CPR Course
Offered through the Health and Safety Institute (HSI), in partnership with Fairfield Medical Center and the Gordon B. Snider Cardiovascular Institute, Hands-On Practical Experience (HOPE) CPR courses are now available.
The goal is a simple one: to save as many lives as possible. HOPE is designed for anyone who desires potentially life-saving hands-on practical experience in chest compression-only CPR; children attending school, family members and friends, community members, education, business, or religious communities. Best of all, HOPE classes are free of charge.
HOPE training materials are digital and are provided to emergency care instructors, like LifeSafety365 as a public service. Visit us our Facebook page for information on the next workshop we may be hosting in the community or contact us to partner up on hosting a Community LifeSafety Workshop for FREE.
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STOP THE BLEED®
Did you know after an injury a person can bleed to death in as little as 3 minutes? When there is an active shooter in your church or people in the community you serve have been wounded, helping those who have been hurt with emergency bleeding techniques until first responders get to the scene is critical. Through our STOP THE BLEED® course, you’ll gain the ability to recognize life-threatening bleeding and intervene effectively.
LifeSafety365 is a certified training center to teach The American College of Surgeons STOP THE BLEED® program. The program has trained over 1.5 million worldwide on how to stop bleeding in a severely injured person. Through our STOP THE BLEED® course, you’ll gain the ability to recognize life-threatening bleeding and intervene effectively. The person next to a bleeding victim may be the one who’s most likely to save him or her. Visit us on our Facebook page for information on the next workshop we may be hosting in the community or contact us to partner up on hosting a Community LifeSafety Workshop for FREE.
Send us your contact information to learn more about hosting a safety workshop for your congregation and the community you serve.
AED Acquisition and Management
If a person drops of Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA), an AED can be used until emergency medical services arrive. With SCA, time is a crucial factor. For every minute without getting defibrillation or high-quality CPR, the chances for survival decrease 7 to 10%. This means after 10 minutes without help, very few people survive.
We understand the price of AED may cause hesitation to acquire this lifesaving device. LifeSafety365 can help with AED purchases, leasing programs, and even grants.
AEDs save lives! Are you AED ready? Ask how to get started, today!
Visit the AED page to learn more about the benefits of early defibrillation, the importance of public access to an AED. See the selection of AEDs we offer.
Active Violence Emergency Response Training
While all houses of worship and organizations should have an Emergency Action Plan (EAP) in place that provides guidelines for dealing with an active shooter, there is no substitute for having live scenario experience in knowing what to do and how to quickly follow your EAP. Training your church leaders and volunteers to respond to an active shooter situation in the right way is what we do here at LifeSafety365.
Our AVERT training courses focus on giving your people the ability to respond correctly and take actions that will save lives. In an active violence scenario, acting fast and taking the right steps can save lives. With AVERT, everyone who receives training in your church will know exactly how to react. Knowing exactly how to respond in an emergency situation is not always as easy as it might sound. The right techniques and an understanding of how to escape and evade harm, while also protecting others is what we offer through our training courses.
Send us your contact information to learn about preparing your church leaders and faculty to anticipate potential violence and react quickly in life-threatening situations.