AHA Corporate Training Center

Valor Security provides the latest Emergency Cardiac Care (CPR/AED) and First Aid training to its employees, enabling them to respond to emergencies at your property.

CPR, AED and First Aid Training

Valor's partnership with the American Heart Association began in 2002 when we became one of the first companies in the United States to be appointed as an American Heart Association Corporate Training Center. As a Corporate Training Center, Valor Security is able to train its employees, clients and others in CPR, AED and First Aid, issuing AHA completion cards to those students who successfully complete the course.

Valor’s status as an AHA Corporate Training Center means that we are not dependent on outside vendors to provide CPR, AED and First Aid training. All Security Directors whose account requires AHA training are certified as AHA Instructors.

Valor has trained over 10,000 employees, clients and others in CPR, AED and First Aid since 2002.

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Valor security officers trained in Emergency Cardiac Care and First Aid are able to respond quickly to medical emergencies, potentially saving a life.

Case Study: Valor Officers Respond to Unconscious Man

A Valor Security dispatcher heard the local police scanner dispatch the fire department for a man passed out inside a mall store. The Valor dispatcher requested officers to the scene.

A Valor officer arrived at the scene and found the man laying on the floor, checked him for breathing and determined that the man was unresponsive. The officer requested the AED (automated external defibrillator) and immediately began CPR.

Paramedics arrived shortly and took over for the Valor officer. After paramedics began their procedures, a pulse on the victim was found with shallow breathing. The paramedics inserted an airway tube to help the victim breathe. Once the man was stabilized, paramedics transported him to a local hospital.

The Valor security officers' quick action and Emergency Cardiac Care knowledge helped safely resuscitate the unconscious man until the paramedics could arrive.