Sat, Dec 12 | Cohost

CPR Certification with Dotson Safety Consulting

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CPR Certification with Dotson Safety Consulting

Time & Location

Dec 12, 2020, 4:00 PM – 8:00 PM
Cohost, 8712 271st St NW #581, Stanwood, WA 98292, USA

About the Event

We are excited to partner with Dotson Safety Consulting to provide this essential course. We are limiting the class to 10 participants, so grab your spot soon.

In this course, you will learn:

Adult CPR Certification provides lifesaving skills for cardiac arrest emergencies. CPR includes chest compressions and mouth-to-mouth resuscitation. Also included is response and treatment for airway obstruction (choking) emergencies. (Children and Infant CPR is referenced)

First Aid Training prepares people to respond quickly for common medical emergencies such as sudden illnesses (such as heart attack, stroke and diabetic emergencies), cuts and burns and more.

An Automated External Defibrillation is used when a life threatening cardiac arrhythmia leads to cardiac arrest. The AED stimulates an electrical pulse through the heart.


Materials included: 1 Combination Card Issued through American Health and Safety Institute (follows all AHA guidelines), 1 Compact pocket guide.

Materials needed: Bring a yoga mat or garden pad if you like for your knees.

Also provided: Hand sanitizer 


About Dotson Safety Consulting:

DCS has been created to service the needs of the general public and professional workplace by proving realistic, verifiable and ongoing training. We provide a live environment with training based on your environment and the instructor's 30+ years experience in the fire and EMS field. DSC courses meet WA State DOH, WISHA and L&I requirements.

We adopt a fresh approach; combining information, active hands-on instruction, science, and humor to provide an environment in which you will have fun learning. You will leave confident in your skills.

About Brian Dotson:

Brian Dotson is the founder of Dotson Safety Consulting. He has 36 years in fire and EMS service and is currently employed full time by Eastside Fire and Rescue. He has been teaching since 1995. Brian has been involved with user studies with the Physio Control Company and CPR research studies with the University of Washington. His classes have reached thousands of people over the years; trained rescuers have reported successful use of the skills they learned to save numerous lives.

Brian fully believes in community first, and wishes to reach out to the Stanwood/Camano and surrounding communities to bring friends, neighbors and business providers to foster a community of citizen responders.


NOTE:  Mask wearing and social distancing will be enforced when not in active instruction (hard to practice mouth to mouth with a mask!). All materials will be repeatedly and thoroughly sanitized to ensure your safety.

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