All Faculty & Staff:
Human Resources, in conjunction with the Employee Relations Advisory Committee (ERAC) and Lehigh University Emergency Medical Services (LUEMS), is pleased to announce that CPR/AED/First Aid Training is once again available this fall for all benefits-eligible faculty and staff. Class size is extremely limited and open seats go fast!
Saving the life of a co-worker, or even a family member, starts with knowing how to help. The American Heart Association Heartsaver CPR/AED/First Aid class teaches you everything you need to know to calmly and confidently deal with an emergency situation until first responders arrive. 250 Be Well points are awarded to all calss participants.
Common medical emergencies that will be discussed include dealing with diabetic symptoms, seizures, heart attacks, allergic reations, and more. This day-long class is conveniently held on-campus and includes lunch. Upon completing the class, the American Heart Association will issue you a certification card, valid for two years. Nearly 600 faculty/staff have already completed this training.
How can I get trained? For specific Fall 2017 training dates and times, and to sign up, please visit http://ems.lehigh.edu/cpr.
Does my building have an AED? General information about Lehigh Univesity's Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs), including a map of AED-equipped buildings, can be found at http://www.lehigh.edu/aed.
Questions about this program should be directed to CPR@lehigh.edu.