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Huron Valley State Bank Employees Complete CPR AED Training

Each year, more than more than 350,000 people in the United States experience a cardiac arrest outside of a hospital, according to the American Heart Association. Unless cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is performed and an automated external defibrillator (AED) is used to shock the heart, a person can die within minutes.

Earlier this month twelve employees of Huron Valley State Bank completed CPR and AED training. The training was conducted by Amy Goan, Assistant Chief of the Milford Fire Department.  Employees had to complete an online segment prior to the hands-on class for certification. 

“It’s important to recognize the warning signs of a heart attack and know how to help someone,” said Amy Goan, Assistant Chief of the Milford Fire Department, “Quickly responding with CPR and using an AED can save a person’s life.”

“Offering employees an opportunity to learn is an integral part of our employee engagement strategy at the bank,” said Susan Vanderwill, Vice President Regional Branch Manager “Providing the opportunity to save a life is an invaluable skill. We are grateful to have a team of employees ready in the unfortunate event of an emergency.”

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