Safety Basics LLC

9058 Watson Rd, Ste B & C  St. Louis, MO 63126






Safety Services for the St. Louis metro area: AHA Community Training Site: CPR, AED, & 1st Aid training, Child Passenger Safety and Car Seat Installation and Parenting Classes.

SAFETY is our passion! 
 Our goal is to reduce injuries and save lives.


We provide child passenger safety education including a car seat fitting station, CPR, AED, and First aid training and parenting education/ The programs are designed for individuals, parents, tweens, families, groups and businesses in the St Louis metro area. Our staff are experienced, knowledgeable, and are certified American Heart Association Instructors and certified National Child Passenger Safety Technicians.  Classes are offered at various locations or can be brought to your location.  Our teaching is customized to meet the needs of you or your group and includes hands on practice for maximum retention of skills.


American Heart Association CPR for the Professional
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You can Catch the CPR Beat!
Learn how to perform "hands only CPR" in a few easy steps so that you can help a family member, friend or co-worker needing CPR.
Our office will be closed for the Thanksgiving Holiday Wed. Nov. 27th-Fri. Nov. 29th.  Reopening Mon. Dec. 2nd.

Safety Basics

9058 Watson Rd

Suite B & C

St. Louis, MO 63126

Hours by appointment

Phone:  314-504-7926

Serving the St. Louis

metro area

and reduce the risk of 
injuries."

Email:  stlsafetybasics@gmail.com

Facebook:  www.facebook.com/SafetyBasics



Safety Basics

9058 Watson Rd

Suite B & C

St. Louis, MO 63126

Hours by appointment

Phone:  314-504-7926

Serving the St. Louis

metro area

"Safety is our passion! Our goal is to save lives and reduce the risk of 
injuries."

www.facebook.com/SafetyBasics

  stlsafetybasics@gmail.com

American Heart Association CPR, AED, and First Aid Training for the Lay Rescuer or Community
Heartsaver CPR/AED & First Aid:Lay Rescuer Certification Course
Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid CPR AED: Childcare Workers and Babysitters
CPR for Family and Friends: Lay Rescuer Participation Card
CPR Classes
 If you are a teacher, coach, scout leader would  your know how to help someone who collapsed or needs first aid? Learn how to perform CPR and use a AED.  Heartsaver CPR AED is a course designed for the lay rescuer in the community or workplace. Option to add on First aid.  Heartsaver Pediatric First Aid CPR AED is recommended class for childcare workers, nannies and elementary school teachers. New baby or grandbaby on the way? Learn Infant CPR and how to help with a choking emergency and some course options include child CPR for victims ages 1 year-puberty. Starting school in a healthcare career or need to renew your healthcare level CPR training? Check out our Basic Life Support Provider course options.

What's New?
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How to choose a quality CPR class:
1.  We teach American Heart Association classes that incorporate the latest resuscitation science and updated guidelines.
2. The Heartsaver lay rescuer courses and Basic Life Support provider courses for healthcare workers require a skills practice and test off to ensure participants are competent and prepared to respond to a cardiac emergency.
3.  We use feedback CPR manikins to measure compression depth and rate.  Students receive immediate feedback to make corrections when practicing compressions.
4. We offer a variety of CPR courses tailored to the meet the needs of the lay rescuer in the community to healthcare workers and tailor the scenarios to our audience.
5. American Heart Association CPR courses use a combination of video, practice while watching, instructor discussion & feedback, and skills check off allowing for adequate time to learn or refresh skills. Our goal is to make sure that you are confident performing CPR in a emergency situation.
6.  American Heart Association programs are developed by resuscitation science and education experts.  They conduct the resuscitation research and set the standards leading to continuous improvements in CPR that help to save more lives.