Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) is a life-saving emergency technique of administering chest compressions to a victim in cardiac arrest. Nationally, bystanders start CPR about 40 percent of the time. In Utah, the rate is much lower -- about 20 percent. For every minute that CPR is delayed, a victim's chance of survival drops by ten percent; if you wait even five minutes, the chance of survival is cut in half!
Hands-only CPR does not require mouth-to-mouth. By simply administering chest compressions, you can save a life!
Learn more by attending a hands-on class with the West Valley City Fire Department.
Classes are held at 6:00 PM , 6:30 PM, and 7:00 PM on the following days:
Classes will be taught at Fire Station 74, located at 5545 West 3100 South, and will last less than 30 minutes.
Three classes are held on each date, and registration is not required! Just show up and we'll fit you into a class! For groups of more than 8, please click here to request a class. Participants must be 12 years of age or older.