CPR & Your Job Description
As some of you might know, my motto is life is why. I developed this motto many years ago in response to a common question I get…namely, why is it important for someone to learn CPR. Many times, the average man and woman might feel that CPR is not really applicable to them and what they do. However, my experience has shown that the more people who know CPR, the more lives we are able to save.
Thus, I challenge you to think beyond your job description when considering the importance of CPR. Contrary to some schools of thought, we are able to be the keeper of our brothers and sisters. So spend some time with CPR training. You just might save someone’s life…or someone might save yours.