Eaton Steel Bar Company Employees Get CPR & AED Certifications
Posted on Jan 10, 2014
According to the American Heart Association, 70% of American’s may feel helpless to act during a cardiac emergency because they either do not know how to administer CPR or their training has significantly lapsed. Failure to act in a sudden cardiac emergency can lead to an unnecessary death and if effective CPR is given in a sudden cardiac arrest situation, it can double or triple a victim’s chance of survival. (CPR Statistics. (June 2011).
On December 20, 2013, employees at the Eaton Steel Bar Company’s Oak Park and Taylor sites took CPR & AED training. Hercules Drawn Steel employee training is scheduled for February 15, 2014. The training was done by A-1 Health & Safety Education based out of Sterling Heights, MI (www.a1cpr.com).
The classes had a total of 56 Eaton Steel Bar Company employees, who all volunteered to take the class. Each class lasted approximately three hours and covered how to perform CPR and AED (Automated External Defibulator). After going through the training, each student then had to pass a test in order to receive their certification.
The following personnel successfully completed the training:
Oak Park Facility
Mike Avery, Eric Bayhan, Kara Grauf, Craig DuBay, Jenna Sheahan, Daniela Kraus, Randy Call, Sara Pridmore, Gerald Henry, Kathy Mead, Craig Cipa, Stan Tilinin, Jamie Brown, Matthew Endersbe, Ben Freeman, Larry Helwig, Holly Ezell, Luann Meitz, Josh Doredla, Glenn Huber
Bronderick Binyard, Gemel Thompson, Kevin Lowery, Hugh Tucker, Mike Cetnar, Mike Green
Hercules Facility (Scheduled for Feb. 15, 2014)
James Xuereb, Dennis Landers, Johnnie Roberts, Ben Jackson, Demond Taylor-Hill, Ron Taylor, Dean Ross, Gary Walker, Alfred Shorter, Karen Skelton, Ray Cooley Jr, Greg Goodman, Hiep Huynh, James Mays, Ryan Carden, Doug Yuhas, Ron Jafolla, Isaih Smith, Charles Latimore, Mahmoud Abbound, Bill Cooley, Kerry Morley, Greg Dean, Greg Jones, Stan Gulaszweski, Rabih Elzaroui, Damien Junkulis, Dave Verville, Lou Garcia, John McIntyre
For more information on healthy lifestyles and CPR/AED Training, visit the American Heart Association website.