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 Stress Free CPR Training

We provide on-site training in the comforts of your workplace for groups of 6 or more.

What Do We Do?

Stress Free CPR offers a wide range of CPR and First Aid certification courses and training programs in a relaxed self-paced environment. We offer certifications from both the American Heart Association (AHA), American Safety & Health Institute (ASHI) and the American Red Cross (ARC) 

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Stress Free CPR Training

Stress Free CPR has over 27 years experience.

Stress Free CPR will show you how to “Save a Life” through CPR in a relaxed and no stress environment.

Our goal is to teach potential students how to recognize and respond to a person choking, having a heart attack and much more. CPR is already a high anxiety stressful situation. We believe if you learn in a relaxed environment, you will retain what you learned.


Our goal is for our  students to feel confident in their ability to helping a victim. Everyone has an important role and responsibility to helping others in a life saving situation.



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Make An Impact & Get Paid

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Proper Steps to Washing your Hands

  • Wet your hands with warm or cold running water and soap.

  • Rub palms together.   Lather by rubbing your palms together.

  • Put your right palm over the back of your left hand. Interlace your fingers and rub your hands back forth.  Wash between  your fingers, then repeat with your left palm over your right hand.

  • Rub palms together with interlaced fingers. Rub palms back and forth, getting the soap between your fingers.

  • Place backs of finger in the opposing palm.Rotate your hands together.

  • Grip left/right thumb. Rotate left/right hand to scrub your left thumb, then repeat with your left hand grabbing your right thumb.

  • Scrub left palm with fingertips of right hand. Rotate clasped fingertips in the palm of your left hand, then repeat with clasped fingertips on your left hand in the palm of your right hand.

  • Rinse your hands. Make sure to remove all soap from the backs of your hands, palms and between your fingers.

  • Dry hands with a single-use paper towel

  • Turn off the faucet with a paper towel

Is your First Aid Kit up to date?

Here are your absolute must have medical supplies for your first aid kit

  • Gloves/Eye Protection

  • CPR Pocket Mask

  • 4 Roller Gauze

  • 6 4×4 Gauze Pads

  • Medical Tape

  • Two Triangular Bandages

  • Sam Splint

  • Elastic Bandage

  • Trauma Shears

  • 2 Bottles of Water

  • Emergency Contact/Medical Condition

  • Blanket

  • Flares

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Heart Health  - Signs & Symptoms of Heart Attack

The American Heart Association advises that if you experience any of the following, call 911 immediately. Even if you are unsure whether you’re having a heart attack call anyway.  A person may have all or just 1 of the following sign:  

  • Uncomfortable pressure, squeezing, tightness, fullness or pain crushing in your chest.  That may lasts more than 2-minutes

  • A feeling like severe heartburn

  • Shortness of breath 

  • Pain or discomfort in the jaw, neck, shoulders, in one or both arms

  • Cold sweat, nausea, vomiting or lightheadedness. 

  • Anxiety

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