EMC CPR & Safety Training Presents A Look at the Legal Side of CPR

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The guide breaks down the process of CPR, the Good Samaritan Law, and debunking myths associated with CPR lawsuits.

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People who know how to provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) typically try to help revive the patient; however, some people are reluctant to help because of the belief that they can be successfully sued.

EMC CPR and Safety Training LLC has announced the release of their most recent informative guide: A Look at the Legal Side of CPR. The guide breaks down important factors of CPR like who can administer it, why it’s important, and possible liability issues associated with providing CPR.

According to EMC, “Providing a quick response to those who are in urgent need of medical assistance can save their lives. In the United States, one scenario would be someone falling on the ground because of a sudden cardiac arrest. People who know how to provide cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) typically try to help revive the patient; however, some people are reluctant to help because of the belief that they can be successfully sued.”

The guide breaks down the process of CPR, the Good Samaritan Law, and debunking myths associated with CPR lawsuits.

To learn more about CPR and its benefits, view the guide here.

About EMC CPR and Safety Training LLC
Our team is composed of experienced AED specialists and certified instructors who are located throughout the U.S. to provide services and on-site training. We’re known for top-notch customer service and training, and are dedicated to keeping abreast of the latest AED laws and teaching CPR/AED, First Aid, and Bloodborne Pathogens courses according to the CPR and ECC Guidelines.

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