What is a BleedSafe Establishment?

This is recognition given to establishments that meet the following criteria:

-Submitted an application to receive free training and a Public Access trauma Kit

-Minimum of 50% of employees trained in “recognized” trauma curriculum

-Completed a risk assessment form, and discussed with all employees.

-Has a public access trauma kit on site. Must be in an area that is easily visible, and easily accessible to all. 

-Has notified surrounding businesses/tenants of the availability of the establishments on-site Public Access Trauma Kit.

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1. What is a BleedSafe Community and why should my community be designated a BleedSafe Community?
2. Why earn “Pressure Points?”
3. Is the Bleed Safe Community Program a Training Class?
4. Does the BleedSafe Community program sell Trauma Kits?
5. How can businesses/establishments within the Chino Valley inquire about obtaining a free trauma kit and free training?
6. How are public access trauma kits funded within the Chino Valley?
7. What equipment should I include in my Trauma Kit?
8. What is a BleedSafe Establishment?
9. Who can apply to become a BleedSafe Community?
10. Is there an application fee?
11. Where did the recommendation to develop "Bleed Safe" communities come from?
12. When was the Chino Valley Bleed Safe Community Program established?