SAINT JOHN, NB, OCT 10, 2022—Since the Life Start Training’s inception in 2016, Khryspn Jensen knew there was a better way to teach people first aid that was fun, memorable, and that would result in more lives saved. She was appalled by reported cardiac arrest survival rates in Canada (was less than 10% survival for out-of-hospital heart attack victims) and made a personal commitment to do her part in helping to save more people from avoidable death. That commitment is no longer just personal, now it is the company’s mission and the reason behind every step Life Start Training takes in pursuit of elevating training standards. Pursuant to this, Life Start Training Inc is planning expansion through franchising.
SAINT JOHN, NB, JUNE 17, 2021—When the COVID-19 pandemic hit last year Saint John entrepreneur Khryspn Jensen believed her company was doomed. Instead, Jensen’s Life Start first aid and safety training firm now finds itself on the cusp of becoming a national powerhouse in a field long dominated by some household names.
We have signed on a training Center in the Moncton area with the same Life Start promise ~ we give hands on training without power points or slide shows for better retention when it counts.
The COVID-19 pandemic has left some people feeling hesitant to perform CPR, particularly on strangers. Some organizations like the Heart and Stroke Foundation have revised their guidelines and recommend hands-only CPR with no rescue breaths during the pandemic.
Saint John - The New Brunswick Heart and Stroke Foundation has discouraged mouth-to-mouth breathing during CPR due to potential COVID-19 transmission. But one first aid group says it's still safe to do so within your household bubble.