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CPR FIRST AID & SAFETY SERVICES (CPRFASS) was established in 1994 as the first and only private training organization, at that time, recognized by Occupational Health and Safety, and by the Attorney General's office of PEI to teach first aid in PEI and is now the only private training company with its own custom developed first-aid teaching material.  This first aid training course was originally recognized by Health Canada, then Labour Canada, then Human Resource and Skills Development Canada (HRSDC), and presently Ocuupational Health and Safety, Workers Compensation Board of PEI.

Owner Blythe Murray has been teaching first aid since 1979 and has since expanded the company's course offerings to include Basic Life Support (CPR-BLS), Oxygen Administration, Automated External Defibrillation (AED) and Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS 2015).

Each course has required components to be taught, however individual courses can be customized to a group's specific needs while satisfying all course requirements.

Mr. Murray is currently a Basic Life Support (BLS-CPR) instructor and Automated External Defibrillation (AED) instructor for the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada where he previously served as a board member and is past-chair of the Emergency Cardiac Care Committee of PEI.

In 2004 Mr. Murray was elected as Director-at-Large of the Lifesaving Society of Canada where he also serves as an instructor-trainer for their CPR (BLS) First Aid and A.E.D. programs.

CPRFASS performs training for groups with various needs and backgrounds.  Clients include all types of government and educational institutions, fire departments, construction industry, health care and private business.  Special attention is given to each group according to type of work, experience, level of learning ability or any special need.

Mr. Murray travels throughout PEI teaching courses and, because his credentials are recognized throughout Canada, has experience with off-Island companies that cover expenses.

Please note that although there is a required number of persons per course, individuals requiring training may, with the permission of the head of the group, join a session being given to another group. Feel free to ask about being fitted into a course which has already been booked.

Any private or public company, institution or organization is invited to inquire about booking CPRFASS services.
Blythe Murray

2014 - present: First Aid instructor with the Heart & Stroke Foundation Canada.
(Brand New Program)

2009 - 2015: Director of the National Board of the Lifesaving Society of Canada.
(formerly Royal Lifesaving Society)

2009 - Present: Vice President and Director of Public Relations of the Life Saving Society of PEI.
(formerly Royal Lifesaving Society)

2007 - Present: Member of the Canadian Society of Safety Engineering (CSSE)

2005 - 2017: Member of the Resuscitation Faculty of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Prince Edward Island.

2004 - 2006: Elected as Director at Large to the National Board of the Lifesaving Society of Canada
(formerly Royal Lifesaving Society)

2002 - Present: CPR (BLS), First Aid and Oxygen Administration instructor and instructor-trainer with the Lifesaving Society of Canada.

2000 - 2017: Automated External Defibrillation (A.E.D.) Instructor and Instructor-Trainer with the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada

1997-2003: Member of Emergency Cardiac Care sub-committee of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada

1997-2003: Chair of Emergency Cardiac Care Committee of the Heart and Stroke Foundation of PEI

1996: Recognized to teach WHMIS in PEI

1994: Established first and only private training company recognized by Occupational Health and Safety and the Attorney General's office of PEI to teach first-aid in PEI (CPR, First Aid and Safety Services)

1993 - 2009: Aquatics Emergency Chair with Lifesaving Society of PEI
(formerly Royal Lifesaving Society)

1990-1994: Member of the Board of Directors and Volunteer Investigator for Bedford-MacDonald Homeless Shelter

1979-1994: First-aid and CPR instructor for the Canadian Red Cross Society PEI division

1991-1994: CPR and First-aid instructor and instructor trainer for the Canadian Red Cross Society PEI division

1991 - present: CPR (BLS) instructor with Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada

1991-2017: CPR-BLS Instructor Trainer with the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada

1989-1993: First-aid co-ordinator for the Canadian Red Cross Society, PEI Division

1982: Chair of Junior Chamber of Commerce

1980-1982: Member of the PEI Advisory Council to the Canadian National Institute for the Blind

1977-1982: Member, Junior Chamber of Commerce

Education: B.B.A.
Bearwood College, England
-major in Economics, History, English
-minor in Theology

Business Marketing certificate from Holland College