Infection Control

We're following all OHA & CDC regulations and have adjusted all classes to meet very strict infection control protocols.
The number of students per class is limited to meet distancing requirements and every student has their own equipment.
All students must wear a mask/face covering to class for the added protection of everyone.

To reduce risk of disease transmission, CPR LifeLine always takes the following precautions:

1. Our student-to-manikin ratio is currently 1:1 in every class.

2. The manikins have disposable airway systems and are changed after every class.

3. All equipment is cleaned before and after every class with a sodium hypochlorite solution (bleach) and/or disinfectant wipes and allowed to air dry. We also wipe down all tables, chairs, counter/desk surfaces, and door handles with disinfectant daily and after every class.

4. We provide a training barrier device and a pair of powder-free/non-latex exam gloves to each student to limit direct contact with the equipment. Wearing the gloves is optional but will be provided to those that want them.

5. Disinfectant wipes are available at each class to wipe down equipment between students during practice and testing.

In addition to these precautions, we ask that students do the following:

1. Please use your best judgement and reschedule your class if you are in the infectious stage of a communicable disease. We recommend postponing your class at least 14 days from the date the first symptoms appear.

2. Wash your hands before and after practice. Hand sanitizer is also available and recommended to use along with hand washing.

3. Avoid touching your eyes, nose or mouth at all times and wash your hands immediately following class.

For more information regarding reducing the risk of disease transmission, please visit www.cdc.gov