8 Jul 2017
We have a variety of courses upcoming. All courses include certification cards, manuals, handouts, and a CPR Face Shield Key Chain.
9 Jul 2014
Ontario has the highest number of drowning in Canada. The two age groups who are most at risk are children under 5 years of age and men 15-49 years. The sad thing about most drowning accidents is that they are preventable.
8 Jan 2014
As part of our Healthy Living promotion, Pulse First Aid is pleased to sponsor Dodgeball Ottawa’s Dodgeball Tournament on February 8th 2014.
Dodgeball is no longer a child’s activity, it is one of the latest fitness trends that has been increasing in popularity each year. Dodgeball is a fast paced sport that gives you a full body workout. From jumping, dodging, throwing, catching, and sprinting this sport works a variety of muscle groups. With this in mind dodgeball can also be hard on the body (especially the shoulder and elbow) which is why it it vital to warm-up, stretch and have appropriate gear. This includes sportswear, arm braces/support and of course a fully stocked first aid kit. Pulse First Aid will be proving essential kits to each team with commonly needed items such as medical tape, bandaids, and a tensor bandage.
3 Dec 2013
10 Jun 2013
Pulse First Aid has teamed up with Therien Jiu-Jitsu & Kickboxing to offer Ottawa residents a FREE CPR course Fundraiser with proceeds going to the Heart and Stroke Foundation! Come learn lifesaving skills that could save someone you love one day! All it takes is 3 hours of your time. This course will teach everyone how to perform CPR and choking procedures on an adult as well as teach how to use the AED (automated external defibrillator).
10 Mar 2013
Ottawa Residents be warned – There is a group going door to door selling CPR Memberships. They claim you can take as many courses as you like within the membership period. Sounds good! Except that when you call to register their courses are full, cancelled, no instructor arrives, etc. This company has been scamming residents for over 3 years in Ottawa. DO NOT give them money at the door.
17 Feb 2013
Pulse First Aid is an advocate of AED units and having the training to know what to do in the event of an emergency. We encourage businesses, sports facilities, and large community groups to start their own AED Program. Purchasing an AED unit and having it available on-site at your facility can significantly increase the chance of survival if an emergency were to occur. The chance of survival currently in Ottawa is approximately 5%, however sites with a public access defibrillator have almost a 70% save rate! A public access defibrillator (PAD) simply means having an AED that is in an accessible area of the facility so that it is available for anyone to use in the event of an emergency.
23 Jan 2013
Now that we are in the middle of the winter season it is important to think about what we should have in our vehicles. We are all busy and are not going to let winter driving conditions keep us trapped indoors. When you are out on the road and car trouble occurs you could find yourself stranded. This article will outline what you should keep inside your car during winter to ensure that you are prepared.
4 Nov 2012
In the event of an emergency would you know what to do? November has been recognized in Canada as CPR Month to help spread the awareness and importance of learning CPR. CPR is a very important skill that is easy to learn and could save someone’s life one day!Read more