Be Prepared To Save a Life. Learn CPR!
To ensure the health and safety of our members and the community, King County Fire District 2 is following the CDC recommendations to address the concerns over the growing the risk of COVID-19.
CPR Classes have been temporarily suspended.
In an effort to flatten the curve please refrain from visiting our fire stations. We ask that you call 9-1-1 for all medical emergencies.
Our first responders are actively responding to calls and we encourage our community to follow the CDC recommendations for preventing the spread of the COVID-19 virus. https://www.cdc.gov/coronavirus/2019-nCoV/index.html
We are monitoring the situation as it evolves and will provide updates as necessary. Please contact the main office with general questions at 206-242-2040.
Burien and Normandy Park Fire Department hold CPR classes typically once per month. The classes are taught by certified American Heart Association instructors.
The typical curriculum is the AHA (American Heart Association) "Friends and Family" CPR course. This course covers Adult, Child and Infant CPR, along with choking and an introduction to PAD's (Public Access Defibrillators). This class usually last for 2 1/2 to 3 hours, and participants receive a card indicating that they attended the class. This is a participatory class, and no written or skills test is administered. PLEASE NOTE: Classes must have a minimum of 20 people to hold the class, and may be cancelled due to lack of enrollment.
Have a business, clinic or organization that needs CPR instruction for your employees or members? Our CPR instructors can schedule a special class for your group, and in some instances, teach the class at your location.
To find out more about what classes are offered, please send an email to CPRfirstname.lastname@example.org. Or if you would like to register for a class, please call our headquarters station at (206) 242-2040 during normal business hours (Mon – Fri, 9AM – 5PM) and speak to the receptionist.