CPR Class Breaks Records
BOMA members had the opportunity to learn life-saving skills alongside other colleagues and friends.
Monday, October 21, 2019
by: BOMA San Diego

Section: News Roundup




The annual CPR, AED and First Aid Training class hosted by the Emergency Preparedness & Sustainability Committee, which took place on Friday, September 13, had the most attendees to date. Members had the opportunity to learn life-saving skills alongside other colleagues and friends. 

Jacqueline Nichnic from ATI Restoration said, "As a parent, I've always been uneasy about my lack of CPR and first aid training. I've taken a couple of courses in the past, but nothing has resonated with me as this course did. The instructors were SO informative, credible and entertaining. I am significantly more confident in my ability to provide emergency first aid assistance, solely as a result of this class. For anyone who hasn't participated, I strongly recommend registering the next time it's offered."

We encourage all members to sign up next year if they haven't had a chance already. Be sure to take a look at all the photos from the event, here