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.


Course Length: 

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.

Contact us:


Monday thru Friday 11am to 7pm and Saturdays 9am to 3pm


681 North Spring Street

Clarksville TN. 37040

Telephone : 931-771-2570

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Advanced Lifesaving Solutions was created by Cecil and Rich promoting their desire for safety training in the community. Combining their passion for adventure with an emphasis on safety they created  Waterdogs Scuba and Safety LLC. Advanced Lifesaving Solutions is a division of their brain child and has been in action since 2012. They both served many tours in combat where applying their lifesaving skills was put to a test. They bring that knowledge to life by preparing others to deal with situations they might face on any given day.

One incident (closer to home) that happend to Cecil "In 1983 my six week old daughter stop breathing and for thirty minutes I had to provide cpr for her until EMS could arrive. If I had not been trained, the results would have been different. That incident has been a driving force in the developement of our company. I have maintained my certifications ever since as well as being an instructor for almost 15 years".


Give us a call and we will sign you up for the class date that best suits you. The lives of your loved ones or a complete stranger may depend on your skills one day.