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2024 Real Heroes Awards Adult Good Samaritan

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Make It Monday, Anchorage chamber of commerce, 2-12-24

Join Frontier Safety and Supply for a presentation on new advancements in AEDs. Including information on CPR feedback devices in AEDs, updates for ANSI First Aid Kit Standards, and Bleeding Control devices.


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AEDs Delivered to Hawaii

Frontier Safety And Supply delivered safety products and training from Sea to Shining Sea on Veterans Day Weekend. We are honored to have had the opportunity to deliver 3 new ZOLL AEDs for use on the Battleship Missouri Memorial in Pearl Harbor. Thank you to our Veterans and their families who make such great sacrifices for our nation!

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Governor’s Safety & Health Conference, 2023

The 2023 Governors Safety Convention was high energy & well attended! 

Frontier Safety and Supply showcased that we offer at least twelve CPR / AED & First Aid at our Anchorage training center each month; more than any other company in Alaska.  Safety professionals appreciate that every CPR & First Aid class includes substantial information on AEDs, tourniquets / wound packing, patient assessment, spinal injury management, concussions, seizures, stokes, and burns.   Our 16-hour Wilderness First Aid (WFA) certification program was frequently inquired about.   

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Alaska Private & Homeschool Educators Association Convention

Thanks for joining us at the jam-packed 37th Annual APEHA Convention (Alaska Private & Homeschool Educators Association)!  Frontier Safety & Supply was able to showcase training options for homeschool youth.  The Emergency Trauma Technician (ETT) and the Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) bridge class was among the favorites.  Also, the Babysitter certification program was a big hit! 

We look forward to next year’s convention on April 12th & 13th 2024.

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Mat-Su Emergency Preparedness Expo

Thanks for joining us at the 15th annual Mat-Su Emergency Preparedness Expo. There was a great turnout for our training presentations. Dozens of people practiced hands-only CPR on manikins that proivide live CPR feedback. We brought 4 different AEDs for visitors to learn about and apply to manikins. It was the first time most people had seen AEDs with LED screens and feedback devices built into the electrodes. Kids and adults practiced helping to relieve the pediatric and adult choking victim.

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Kenai River Festival, 2023 

Thanks for joining us at the Kenai River Festival.  We offered a training on cold water immersion and Hypothermia.  Obviously, a chilling topic among Alaskans! We discussed prevention, recognition and treatment of related injuries.

A popular question was... what supplies should be in your backcountry kit - our first aid kits were on full display for people to rummage through. The ZOLL AED 3 was a favorite among people with children, the Heartsine 350 was appreciated by all of those who need a compact and lightweight AED,

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An Eagle River man thought he had plenty of time to learn CPR. Then his wife collapsed in their yard.

Alaska Dispatch News
Author: Beth Bragg

"...Jodi wouldn't be here if it weren't for Keith.

She owes her life to the 12 minutes of lifesaving chest compressions he gave her three years ago when she collapsed from sudden cardiac arrest while she and Keith were raking the yard of their Eagle River home.

"When I first turned around I thought she was sleeping in the yard," Keith said.

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Cotton Kills

Backcountry Safety: Cotton Kills

This article was published in the Backcountry Safety Column of the "Hunt Alaska" Magazine, Winter 2017.

Story by Jon Hunt

Hunting the Nelchina Caribou herd was a frustrating experience for many hunters this year.  Not only was there sparse evidence of the overpopulated herd, but the weather was less than ideal over our five-day hunt this September.  A mixture of rain, hail, heavy fog, significant wind,

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Hearing Protection for Hunters

Backcountry Safety: Hearing Protection for Hunters

This article was published in the Backcountry Safety Column of the "Hunt Alaska" Magazine, Summer 2016.

Story by Jon Hunt

Finally, after days of glassing, we found three magnificent caribou on a distant bluff. Without hesitation, we planned and executed our stalk. Despite their superior vantage point, the caribou didn’t notice our approach. Just 200 yards away, in a prone position, I placed my crosshair right behind the caribou’s shoulder.

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