CPR Certification & Training
American Red Cross Instructors

We offer CPR training at your company for any size group of employees. Whether employee CPR certification is required for your contract or if AED training is part of your organizations safety policy; we customize your training for your specific company requirements.

CPR/AED Training BLS Certification

What is the difference? The American Red Cross describes BLS (Basic Life Support) training as healthcare and first responder safety training. However, with Luna Safety, we incorporate basic BLS training into our CPR/AED Certification course. Our BLS training includes demonstrations on incidents that can occur in the workplace. For example, how to properly use an EpiPen and identify situations when it’s needed, proper steps using rescue inhalers and how to spot an asthma attack and even reasons Narcan might be needed for various workplaces.

Employees will feel more confident and panic less if an emergency in the workplace arises.

Your CPR certification is good for two years.

CPR stands for Cardiopulmonary resuscitation. CPR is an emergency lifesaving procedure that is preformed when the heart stops beating.

CPR provided immediately can double or triple a person’s chance of survival after suffering a cardiac arrest or a heart attack. CPR keeps the blood flow active and carries oxygen through the body.


o   A Heart Attack is a CIRCULATION problem that happens when the blood flow to the hear is blocked.

o   A Cardiac Arrest is an ELECTRICAL problem that happens when the heart malfunctions and stops beating unexpectedly.

Yes, although certification provides formal training, anyone can perform CPR in an emergency. In many countries, including the U.S., there is a “Good Samaritan” law that protects individuals who attempt to provide emergency care in good faith.


Babysitting CPR Training

We offer advanced programs for child care professionals or Babysitting Basics for Girl Scout troops, church nurseries, daycare centers and even after school workshops for child care and CPR. Created for 11 years and older we cover what to do in an emergency, how to keep themselves and others safe, basic first aid and basic child care safety. CPR for children and babies should be taught with in-person training, especially with youth. We can ensure that the technique is preformed properly and correct mistakes in real-time.