The American Red Cross
has provided health and safety services to the American public
for almost a century.
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For more than a century, the American Red Cross has been
saving lives with health and safety education programs. Red
Cross training ranges from first aid, CPR and AED to swimming
and lifeguarding; from HIV/AIDS education to caregiving
programs like Babysitter’s Training. American Red Cross
programs help people live safer and healthier lives. The Red
Cross constantly strives to respond to the health and safety
concerns of Americans at home, in school and in the workplace.
Today’s innovative programs also include teaching lay
persons and professionals how to use automated external
defibrillators (AEDs) to save victims of sudden cardiac
arrest. Last year, nearly 12 million people enrolled in
American Red Cross health and safety courses. You can help the
Red Cross save lives. Become an instructor or an
Authorized Provider, take a course, or volunteer.
For more information about available Health & Safety
Services training, current course schedules, how to register,
and/or volunteer opportunities, please call our Health &
Safety Services Department at 278-3401.