Off-duty firefighters teach students how to perform CPR by practicing on electronic dummies in a certification course
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Choose between Two Options
- $22 for a CPR certification class for one (a $50 value)
- $40 for a CPR certification class for two (a $100 value)
During two-hour classes, off-duty firefighters train students in CPR using dummies that light up in response to pressure, simulating genuine interaction. Customers who bring along food items to donate to the organization’s food bank also get a Home Fire Evaluation walkthrough, which instructs in emergency evacuation.
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About Red Safety
In 2011, Red Safety was founded to keep local homes and families safe with emergency training and disaster prevention services. On certain days, the group’s off-duty firefighters lead CPR certification classes with responsive electronic dummies to help people of all ages learn how to save lives. Though that may seem separate from their other missions, these efforts help bolster community preparedness during disasters great and small. One-on-one, the team also conducts safety reviews in neighborhood homes and evaluates them on their fire and emergency preparedness. During those sessions, they check the readiness of fire protection equipment and security systems, and teach people how to turn off their gas and water during an emergency, and promote fire safety by cleaning out dryer vents.