“Emergencies happen every day,” says Michele Roth, executive director of the Red Cross Central and Southeastern Washington chapter, headquartered in Kennewick. “Red Cross training can prepare you to act confidently during these events and save lives.”
“The whole reason why we wanted to offer these [trainings] to the military community is to give them the convenience of getting or maintaining their certifications,” said Christie Merrill with Red Cross Training Services.
By Nihit Pokhrel The American Red Cross is revolutionizing adult CPR training with the new BigRed mannequin. BigRed provides instant feedback for learners and increases both the confidence and willingness of a responder to provide care in an emergency situation. The decision to swap out old mannequins for BigRed comes from scientific evidence including the 2015 International … Continue reading Three Cheers for “BigRed”
By Amy McCray Trygve Anderson’s first interaction with the Red Cross was when he was stationed in the central highlands of Vietnam in 1969. He had just gone to sleep after coming back from an overnight perimeter patrol, and somebody came and woke him up. He had a message from the Red Cross informing him … Continue reading How Trygve Anderson’s service impacts Snohomish County and Beyond