The Red Cross has been the go-to source for more than a century for information, skills and confidence to act in an emergency, at home, in school and in the workplace.
Many jobs require up to date lifesaving skills because they address health emergencies every day – people such as health care providers, first responders, and lifeguards. Others, including teachers and babysitters, are entrusted with precious young lives that could require aid on a moment's notice.
Those of us who don't face health emergencies every day can also benefit from Red Cross training. With a wide array of Lifeguarding, Caregiving and Babysitting, and Swimming and Water Safety courses the Red Cross can provide you with the training and skills you need to prevent, prepare for and respond to emergencies.
The Red Cross offers unparalleled flexibility in delivering training for organizations that meets OSHA Guidelines. Employees can be trained online, through regularly scheduled community classes, onsite at your location, or the Red Cross can train the trainers in your organization to deliver Red Cross courses. Learn more.
Would your family know what to do in case of a fire in your home? How would you respond if a flood, earthquake or tornado threatened your community? Would you know what to do for a bee sting or a serious burn?
Emergencies come in many shapes and sizes – some man-made, others acts of nature. While it is impossible to control every outcome, education and planning can help you feel more confident that you and your loved ones will have the skills needed to cope. The American Red Cross offers a robust library of tips and checklists to help you before, during and after an emergency.