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On May 2, 2019, Hydro One announced our continued support of the Advanced Coronary Treatment (ACT) Foundation, a national charity working to ensure high school students receive CPR and defibrillation training.
 

The three-year partnership will support the training of 450,000 additional high school students in how to save a life. This brings critical life-saving skills to more rural and First Nations schools.
 


 
photo of Jason Fitzsimmons doing CPR training with the ACT Foundation in a high school
 

On May 2, 2019, Hydro One announced our continued support of the Advanced Coronary Treatment (ACT) Foundation, a national charity working to ensure high school students receive CPR and defibrillation training.


The three-year partnership will support the training of 450,000 additional high school students in how to save a life. This brings critical life-saving skills to more rural and First Nations schools.
 


With 80 per cent of out-of-hospital cardiac arrests occurring at home or in public places, early CPR combined with early defibrillation can increase the chance of survival by up to 75 per cent.

 
Since 2000, Hydro One has provided important support to help the ACT Foundation train more than 2 million high school students in CPR. The Foundation has already established the CPR program in more than 1,790 high schools and more than 4.2 million youth across Canada have been trained to date.


 
 

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About the ACT Foundation

The ACT Foundation is the national charitable organization dedicated to establishing CPR and defibrillation training in every Canadian high school.

The program sees all students trained in: recognizing a developing medical emergency; safety issues and emergency scene management; and CPR and how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED).

The ACT High School CPR and Defibrillator Training Program is built on ACT’s award-winning community-based model of partnerships and support. ACT raises funds for CPR mannequins and AED training units for all high schools, trains teachers as CPR instructors for their students, and guides schools in program set up.

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