In a mass casualty event, controlled bleeding can mean the difference between life or death. In this free class you will learn simple steps to keep injured people alive until medical care is available. There is a 15 people cap for each class.
"Stop the Bleed" is a national injury prevention initiative aimed at teaching members of the public how to control a major hemorrhage before EMS crews arrive - because no matter how quickly emergency responders arrive, bystanders will always be first on the scene.
Watch the Stop the Bleed news clip on Good Things Utah.
The Bluffdale conference room at Riverton Hospital. Go to entrance 2, 4th floor.