9058 Watson Rd
Suite B & C
St. Louis, MO 63126
Hours by appointment
Serving the St. Louis
"Safety is our passion! Our goal is to save lives
and reduce the risk of
Quick Registration for Upcoming Classes
- Infant CPR Wed. Sept 28th, 6-7:15 p.m at Cotton Babies store in Town & Country
- Heartcode Basic Life Support (Blended Learning) Thurs. Sept 29th, 9-11:30 am at Safety Basics
- Basic Life Support Provider for the Professional or Healthcare Student/Worker) Fri. Sept 30th, 8:30 am-12 p.m.
- Babysitting Basics Sat. Oct 1st, 9 am-12 pm at Webster Rec Center, Call 314-963-5600 to register.
- Infant CPR Tues. Oct 4th, 6-7:15 pm at Kangaroo Kids
- Infant CPR Wed. Oct 5th, 5:45-7 pm at Bean Blossom in St. Charles
- Parenting the Young Child: All Aboard for Safety Thurs. Oct 6th, 10 am-12 pm at Safety Basics
- The Basics of Staying Home Alone Sat. Oct 8th, 9-11 at Webster Rec Center, Call 314-963-5600.
- Basic Life Support Provider for the Professional ro Healthcare Student/Worker, Mon. Oct 10th, 5-9:30 p.m at Safety Basics
- Heartsaver CPR AED Wed. Oct 12th, 6-9 pm at Rockwood S. Middle School in Fenton
- Heartsaver CPR AED, Friday, Oct 14th, 9 am-12 pm (adult + child modules) at Safety Basics
- Basic Life Support Provider for the Professional ro Healthcare Student/Worker, Friday, Oct 21st, 8:30 am-1 p.m at Safety Basics
- Babysitting Basics at The Pointe in Ballwin, Friday, Oct 21st, 6-9 pm
- Basic Life Support Provider for the Professional or Healthcare Student/Worker, Tues. Oct 25th, 12-4:30 p.m at Safety Basics
SAFETY is our passion!
Our goal is to reduce injuries and save lives.
We provide child passenger safety education including a car seat fitting station, CPR, AED, and First aid training, parenting education, and children's classes. The programs are designed for individuals, parents, kids, families, groups and businesses in the St Louis metro area. Our staff are experienced. knowledgeable, and are certified American Heart Association Basic Life Support Instructors and certified National Child Passenger Safety Technicians. Classes are offered at various locations or can be brought to your location. Our teaching is customized to meet the needs of you or your group and includes hands on practice for maximum retention of skills.
Now Offering New Blended learning: Heartcode BLS for healthcare workers and students
This American Heart Association course is recommended for healthcare workers, healthcare students and the professional rescuer. The new course format allows students to complete Part one of the course online using dramatizations, eSimulations, animations, self-directed learning and interactive activities to teach students Basic Life Support knowledge and skills. Part one is 1.75 hours in length and fee is $25. Part 2 and 3 is a structured hands on Instructor led session that focuses on skills practice, team scenarios and skills testing. Upon completion of all course requirements each student receives a 2 year AHA completion card in Basic Life Support.
Upcoming session on Thurs Sept 29th, 9-11:30 am at Safety Basics.
Click here to register.
We're celebrating Child Passenger Safety Week
Sept 18th-24th 2016
- Get the right car seat for your child’s age, weight, and height.
- Register your seat right away so you can be notified if there’s a safety recall.
- Read the instructions for both your vehicle and your car seat.
- Install your car seat correctly in the back seat, facing the correct direction, reclined at the correct angle, and securely installed using the seat belt or lower anchors. The seat should not move more than an inch front-to-back or side-to-side. If you use a seat belt for installation, follow your vehicle owner’s manual instructions for locking the seat belt. For forward-facing car seats, connect the seat’s tether strap to the tether anchor and tighten.
- Buckle your child in the car seat, every time. Be sure to check: The position of the harness straps.
The fit of the harness. The harness straps should be snug and free of twists.
You shouldn’t be able to pinch excess webbing at your child’s shoulders.
The harness buckle. Make sure both metal pieces are fully inserted and secure.
The chest clip. It’s essential to buckle the chest clip at your child’s armpit level.
Straps should be routed through the harness slots at or just below your child’s shoulders.
Straps should be routed through the harness slots at or just above your child’s shoulders