Download this Guide as a PDF here. Cardiac arrest is a serious health condition that can affect a seemingly healthy individual of any age at any time, often without warning. Each year, more than 356,000 people in the United States alone experience an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest. According to OSHA, there are approximately 10,000 annual cases […]
Code One uses the Resuscitation Quality Improvement Program (RQI) for verification of skills during BEACON skills appointments. RQI is a computer program that monitors and helps to improve the accuracy of cardio pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) by assessing the depth, recoil, and speed of compressions along with measuring volume and time it takes to provide breaths.
Updated September 8, 2022 Update: NREMT EMS Providers may complete all training via distributive (pre-recorded content) learning for recertification – there is no longer a limit on distributive hours. Code One’s Continuing Education program meets both NREMT and Connecticut renewal requirements for all EMS levels. Connecticut’s Office of Emergency Medical Services made several changes to
Welcome to our EMS Certification Guide. Down below you’ll find links to our articles outlining the frequently asked questions we receive about EMS programs. What Is The EMS System? The Emergency Medical Services (EMS) System is a network of highly skilled pre-hospital care providers. These providers deliver care, stabilization, and transportation to someone experiencing a
Code One was excited to host Fox 61 news at our East Hartford, CT training center on April 15th, 2021! Our team showed host Jimmy Altman how our BEACON platform has helped people continue training during the pandemic. The reality is that even in the middle of a pandemic, people still suffer cardiac related emergencies.
Code One offers contactless skills appointments for all Online American Heart Association (AHA) Courses – Heartsaver First Aid CPR AED, BLS Provider, ACLS Provider, and PALS Provider. Participants complete the bulk of their training online and then come to a Code One Training Center for an individual appointment conducted through video conference. Upon completion, an
Wednesday, August 5, 2020 | 3:00 PM to 4:00 PM Register Here Although many of our public spaces, schools and venues have AEDs, they are not always available.When a person suffers cardiac arrest, there is a one in five chance a potentially life-saving Automated External Defibrillator (AED) is nearby. But up to 30 per cent
Regional Director Kori Burz was interviewed recently by Spectrum News in Worcester about CPR training during the COVID-19 pandemic and how Code One is ensuring the safety of our clients.
CPR skills, particularly chest compressions, need to be practiced and evaluated to ensure that high-quality CPR is delivered when it is needed in an emergency. Amid COVID-19 precautions, the American Heart Association (AHA) rightfully continues to require skill evaluations using an instrumented manikin that provides feedback on the participant’s performance of chest compressions. Certification in
We all know that an alcohol-based hand sanitizer is a good alternative when regular hand washing is not available. The recommendation from the FDA as well as the CDC is that the sanitizer contains 60%-80% alcohol (ethanol)1,2. Why? The outer membrane of viruses is a lipid or fatty like layer. The way the alcohol helps