Online CPR/AED/First-Aid Class
Simply study the material on each page, you may need to scroll down to view all material and navigate to the next page. On the bottom of each page you will see a link for the "NEXT >>>" page.
You may SKIP AHEAD and TAKE THE TEST anytime you like. Simply click the "TAKE TEST NOW" link on the bottom of any class page.
You may also skip around and review parts of the class. Simply click the links at the bottom of the page to start over or skip to a new section.
First Aid Basics
Covers basic first aid concepts, responsibilities of first responders, scene safety, universal precautions and EMS.
Respiratory, choking, asthma, allergies, use of Epi-pen, heart attack, diabetes and fainting.
External bleeding, internal bleeding, wounds, head/neck/spinal trauma, burns and electrical injuries.
Animal bites, insect stings, snake bites, heat emergencies, cold emergencies, frostbite, poisoning.
Roles and Responsibilities of First Aid Rescuers
Some jobs may require you to perform first aid while you are working. For example, law enforcement officers, firefighters, lifeguards, flight attendants and more all have a duty to perform first aid should the need arise while they are on duty. If they are off duty, they may choose whether or not to provide first aid.
As a first responder, you may learn private information about the person you are helping. It is important that you respect the privacy of the ill or injured person, and only share this information with the emergency responders when they take over.
Good Samaritan Laws
Sometimes giving first aid results in unintended consequences, First aid providers in all 50 states are protected by Good Samaritan laws. They may differ depending on what state or jurisdiction you are in, so be sure to read up on the laws in your area.