Administering Emergency Oxygen
An advanced skills course for professional rescuers, including lifeguards, who want to improve their
ability to provide care for victims of breathing emergencies. This course covers a variety of physical
and mechanical tools for maintaining patient oxygen levels until more advanced medical personnel
can take over.
Upon successful completion of this course, students will be able to demonstrate:
The importance of administering emergency oxygen.
How & when to use various oxygen delivery devices. (assembling and disassembling)
How to use a resuscitation mask and BVM to ventilate a non-breathing victim.
How to prepare and administer emergency oxygen to both a breathing and non-breathing victim.
Safety considerations when using oxygen
This course is recommended for professional rescuers such as EMTs, first responders, lifeguards, Divemasters etc.
2 1/2 hours
Course Tuition: Prerequisite: Have a current CPR Card.
$99 per person
ARC Certification: Administering Emergency Oxygen will be valid for 2 years.
DAN Certification: Emergency Oxygen for Scuba Diving Injuries course counts toward the DAN Diving Emergency Specialist.
PADI Certification: Emergency Oxygen Provider course counts toward the Master Scuba Diver Certificate.
A digital certificate is available upon successful completion of course from all agencies.