Stop the Bleed is a national initiative designed to provide bystanders with the tools and knowledge they can use to stop life-threatening bleeding. Uncontrolled bleeding can result from man-made and natural disasters (e.g., active shooters, bombings, train derailments, earthquakes) or from other emergency situations (e.g., vehicle crashes, plate glass window accidents, power tool accidents, farming accidents).
Severe bleeding can kill within minutes before EMS or other public safety providers arrive. The person closest to you may be the only one who can “stop the bleed.”
Registration is required.
Due to current circumstances, in person class attendance is limited to 12 persons.