What is Push To Survive?
Where can Push to Survive be taught?
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Unified Fire Authority is Utah's largest fire and EMS agency. Push to Survive was developed by members of UFA. The UFA has been very active in delivering Push to Survive in neighborhoods, churches, open houses at many of our 28 fire stations, as well as large groups and events such as the Safe Kids Fair and the Prepare Fair. UFA also offers CPR certification classes. For more information visit www.unifiedfire.org
Salt Lake City Fire Department has been a key supporter of Push to Survive. Salt Lake City Fire made the Spanish version of Push to Survive and continues to support the program with many deliveries. Protecting the most diverse populations in Utah, Salt Lake City Fire continues to partner with Push to Survive community to provide this education to all residents and visitors of our capital city. Salt Lake City FIre also provides CPR certification classes. For more information, visit www.slcfire.com
West Jordan Fire Department joined the Push to Survive community shortly after it's inception. West Jordan Fire is very proactive in public education and their efforts to teach Push to Survive to their community has already resulted in lives saved. Click Here to contact West Jordan Fire Department and learn more about their successes.
West Valley City Fire is a proud partner of Push to Survive as well as a leading partner in the Utah Resuscitation Academy. West Valley Fire also provides CPR certification Classes. Click Here to visit their web page and learn more.
Lehi Fire is another proud partner in the Utah Resuscitation Academy as well as a member of the Push to Survive Community. Many of Lehi's residents have learned hands-only CPR from Push to Survive and many more will follow. Lehi Fire also offers CPR certification classes. Click here to learn more.
Sandy City Fire Department has a staff dedicated to public education and proudly supports Push to Survive. Sandy Fire is very proactive in resuscitation efforts and is always striving to raise the bar in resuscitation care in Utah. Click here to learn more about Sandy Fire
Park City Fire District and Summit County EMS are joint partners in Push to Survive. Check out "Park City Push to Survive". "Push to Survive - Student Edition" is currently in production thanks to the efforts of these agencies.
Keep a look out for that video to be published in the near future. Thanks to their efforts, visitors from all across the globe will soon be exposed to the Push to Survive message.
Gold Cross Ambulance proudly supports Push to Survive. Gold Cross provides scene transport and inter-facility transport across may communities in the state of Utah. Gold Cross often assists with Unified Fire and other agencies at large events to spread the word and teach Push to Survive.
The Utah Department of Health, Bureau of Emergency Medical Services and Preparedness is an integral supporter of Push to Survive. As the driving force behind the Utah Resuscitation Academy, the Bureau gives Push to Survive the reach and ability to utilized in communities that otherwise would not have the ability to educate the public on a large scale.
The Utah Firefighters Emerald Society is a 501(c) nonprofit organization. They are a benevolent organization committed to the honor and integrity of the firefighting tradition. This, of course, also includes EMS and all efforts to save life. UFES is the largest supporter of and the holder of the trademark for Push to Survive. Visit the UFES website for more information.
Carbon County EMS is one of Push to Survive's strongest and most ambitious partners. The staff of Carbon County EMS are actively pursuing their goal to make Carbon County Utah the safest place to have a Sudden Cardiac Arrest. Keep an eye on their facebook page for updates on activities and fund raisers.