4 Exercise Tips to Keep Your Heart Healthy

4 Exercise Tips to Keep Your Heart Healthy

As we get older, our bodies become weaker. This means getting proper exercise to decrease cardiovascular health risks is very important. 1. Walk Your ‘Heart’ Off! Walking is one of the best exercises you can do, and not only stay healthy, but to have fun while doing it too. How? For inspiration, invite a friend […]

What Will I Learn From Automatic External Defibrillator Training

What Will I Learn From Automatic External Defibrillator Training

When signing up for one of our AED classes here at Kentucky Health and Safety, you will learn how to properly use an automatic external defibrillator. Improperly using one of these devices can lead to you harming yourself, or your patient which could ultimately lead to serious injury. When attending one of our classes you […]

Bloodborne Pathogens Training

Bloodborne Pathogens Training

Wet Warm & Not Yours? Don’t Take the Risk. Be Prepared. Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms that we can acquire through our bloodstream. Some of the most common bloodborne pathogens are, but not limited to, Hepatitis B, Hepatitis C, and HIV. If your job requires you to be exposed to bloodborne pathogens out in the […]

Why Automatic External Defibrillator Training Can Save Lives

Why Automatic External Defibrillator Training Can Save Lives

Did you know that over 350,000 people experience cardiac arrest every year? Also cardiac arrest is the leading cause of death in the United States! Unfortunately, this fact is true, and you can read more about it by going to the American Heart Association. What is an Automatic External Defibrilllator An Automatic External Defibrillator is […]

Knowledge From a BLS Provider

Knowledge From a BLS Provider

BLS Explained: In the medical field, BLS stands for basic life support, meaning cardiopulmonary resuscitation or CPR. This level of CPR is designed for Healthcare Professionals and Medical Students. What Types of Emergencies Usually Require BLS? BLS is most common used during emergency situations. This includes, a patient suffering from cardiac arrest, suffocation, or drowning. […]