First Aid & CPR Trained Employees

Andy Hunter - Main Office

Everardo (Evé) Munguia - Director of Operations

Sue LeDoux - Wreath Design

Brigida (Bridge) Echeverria - Centerpiece Design (Satsop)

Elena Kuo-Harrison - Director of Customer Relations

Edgar Osorio Hernandez - Payroll Manager

Shane Van Surksum - Customer Support Assistant Manager

Caroline Ray - Customer Support Shipping (OFT) Liaison

These employees are not medically trained. They are trained to do the process of CPR and administer emergent first aid in case it is needed. They know when to call 911 in cases of choking, allergic reaction, heart attack, stroke, seizures, shock, and bleeding and to work with 911 to care for the employee until an ambulance arrives.

  • First Aid Kits are located in Building 1, 2, 3, and the front desk.
  • AED Kits are located in Buildings 2 and 3.

If you think that a co-worker is in need of medical help call 911 immediately, do not try to find one of these employees. Every second counts when a person needs medical help. Better to be safe than sorry. 

Calling 911 when an employee is experiencing an emergency

Any employee that encounters a person needing medical attention should call 911 and stay with the person that needs medical attention until an ambulance arrives (a different person should go find help if possible). 

These are signs that a person needs medical attention:

  • Non responsive person (unconscious but not asleep).
  • Person can not breathe or has trouble breathing.
  • Swelling of the face and/or tongue.
  • Chest discomfort, sweating, nausea or lightheadedness.
  • Sudden numbness of face, arm(s) or leg(s).
  • Sudden confusion, trouble speaking or understanding.
  • Loss of muscle control, jerking movements, seizure.
  • Dizziness, pale, cold and clammy.
  • Bleeding that can not be stopped or a lot of bleeding.
  • If you think a person needs medical attention for any reason.

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