Covid-19 compliant training
Due to the Covid-19 crisis, safety measures have been implemented by the CDC and other governing bodies, until an unknown future date. This includes 1 to 1 ratio practice with gloves, hand sanitizer and masks, which means no face to face practice with a training partner in close proximity (as is common). No mouth to mouth practice (if typically required for the specific course). Students are spaced out at a minimum of 6 feet from other students. Zoom (distance learning) training may be offered, depending on course type and requirements.
Some courses can be provided through the Zoom training option. Courses that do not require written test compliance. The equipment that is needed for the training (ie: Manikins, Epi-Pen trainers) are dropped off in advance to the student. The training is provided with the instructor supervising and offering encouragement and correction over the Zoom portal. This can be offered for individuals, we well as groups. Contact us for more info.
"Working with Shannen is a pleasure. ACCO has worked with her for the last 5 years. She is dependable, flexible, and very responsive. Our employees enjoy her classes and only have good things to say. She is organized, quick to deliver records, and helpful with reminders when certifications are about to expire. She is great at what she does!
// ACCO Engineered Systems
"The Enos CPR Services CPR/AED and First Aid training program is simple, easy to follow and fun. Shannen has a great way of including personal experiences as examples, which really helps our employees retain the information she is providing. We’ve been using Shannen’s services for over 10 years, and look forward to an ongoing relationship. "
Sarah J. Swearengin
// RAINS LUCIA STERN ST. PHALLE & SILVER, PC
"Shannen delivered many quality hours of instruction to our deputy sheriffs. She was informative and current when teaching and kept our attention with her style and charm. "
Eric Thomson, Sergeant
// Sonoma County Sheriff
"Thank you SOOO much for the awesome ACLS training, you made it so fun and relaxing….it really reduced our stress levels! You are the BEST! See you in two years!"
Julie and Beverly
// Methodist Hospital L&D
"As part of our ongoing Emergency Preparedness Plan, Shannen has provided excellent classes on CPR, AED and First Aid Training to our employees. She is a great instructor, and everyone who takes her class walks away with more comfort in knowing that they had great basic training. Her style of teaching, being very interactive with the attendees, and her hands on training was a plus. I highly recommend Shannen, and Enos CPR Services, to teach her classes to your company. We like to our company and employees to be prepared and not paranoid in emergency situations. "
// Birkenstock USA, LP.
"Thank you for dedicating time after your long day of classes to training me and my classmates. Thank you for sharing your skills, talent, and HUMOR with us! It was a fab session!"
// UCSF NP Candidate
Sarah J. Swearengin // Rains Lucia Stern St.Phalle & Silver, PC
"Shannen has trained our employees at the Costco Distribution Center in Northern California for years, and she is a joy to work with! Communication always comes with a quick response, and she works with our very early morning hours for training. Shannen keeps the classes running smoothly, is interactive and makes the learning process easy. That is why we continue to call her back whenever we need to have more training done in CPR, 1st Aid, and AED."
// Costco Wholesale
"If and when an employee, customer, or guest unfortunately needs medical assistance, your own staff
may be the first responders until authorized medical professionals arrive. That is why
we took the step of training our management team to do just that. I’m very pleased
to recommend Shannen with Enos CPR Services, as a fun but important service
that may save lives. Shannen is a wonderful proponent and expert in the field. We have
had nothing but positive feedback as a result. "
// Ark Las Vegas Restaurant Corp.
Danny Ruelas // KDR Pet Treats
"I am so glad I was included in your CPR training at our school. It was the most informative and least stressful class I have ever taken. So grateful you took the time to come to our site. Looking forward to 2 years, when you will hopefully return to certify us again!"
// Jefferson School District
"I just wanted to take a moment and say thanks for working with us! Your patience and accommodations in our training process have been truly appreciated. We don’t ever get this level of good feedback. Outstanding job! I have been approached personally by so many deputies to thank me for hiring you for the POST training. Thank you!"
// Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office
Antoine Hardaway // UFC Gym, Huntington Beach
Good Samaritan Laws
When an emergency happens, a Good Samaritan is a person who voluntarily tries to help, without expectation or compensation. Good Samaritan Laws are intended to protect those who offer assistance of any type from being held liable if their actions end up causing unintended harm, or the outcome is poor.
Without laws to protect people trying to help when a sudden emergency occurs, many would walk away, for fear of being sued (or worse). In many emergencies, a delay can mean the difference between life and death. Good Samaritan Laws are intended to encourage people to help each other in emergency situations, before EMS arrives, but also to act responsibly whenever doing so.
Good Samaritan Law in California
In the state of California, the Good Samaritan Law falls under California Health and Safety Code Section 1799.102. This law states that when a person renders emergency care and acts in good faith without expecting compensation, they can’t be held liable for their acts or omissions.
The exception would be if their acts demonstrate gross negligence or wanton misconduct. For example, the Good Samaritan could be found negligent if they CAUSED the accident/emergency in the first place, or if, during help, they INTENDED to make the situation worse, or cause unnecessary harm.
Before 2011, this law only protected individuals who were required to help when off-duty (nurses, law enforcement, EMS). The law has since been amended to protect people ANYONE who offers voluntary help of any kind. This includes non-medical scenarios such as clearing traffic, staying beside someone to let them know they are not alone, helping someone out of a vehicle or calling 911. It protects those who do CPR and those who own and use AEDs. It also protects the worker who assists a coworker while on-duty.
Good Samaritans are incredibly important. Without them, the outcome could be extremely poor. They are the first to provide help and call 911. There are Good Samaritan laws in all 50 states, as well as on international waters (cruise ships) and in the air (while on planes).