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CPR training is one of the top ways to save a life from a heart attack. By enrolling in a CPR class from Lifesavers, Inc. and certified by the AHA training you will learn how to safely use an AED and apply the new 2020 CPR techniques.

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LifeSavers Inc., provides emergency medical response products and training to businesses, the public sector and other organizations nationwide. Established in 1992, LifeSavers Inc. works closely with its customers to design, implement and continually assess safety and emergency response programs.
LifeSavers is an authorized distributor for the Defibtech Lifeline AED® (automated external defibrillator), the market’s most affordable, fully featured AED. LifeSavers also provides AED storage cabinets, batteries, electrodes and carrying cases, as well as first-aid kits, flashlights and other emergency medical supplies. To provide the best price and quality to customers, LifeSavers maintains strong relationships with its suppliers and stays abreast of the latest technological advancements.

LifeSavers’ dedicated employee force of certified emergency medical technicians and paramedics provides full-service AED, CPR and first-aid training programs onsite at customer locations. Each program is tailored to fit the specific needs and resources of the customer.

Many businesses and public sector organizations have been or are currently served by LifeSavers, Inc. LifeSavers, Inc also has implemented statewide, public access AED programs for many states, among them Arkansas, Idaho, Louisiana, Maine, New Jersey, North Carolina and Utah. See a full list of states that require High School students to learn CPR here and check back regularly as more and more states will implement AED programs in their law.

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