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Colleges and Universities

We provide publicly accessible Bleeding Control Stations specifically designed for traumatic care and easily used by anyone able to render aid.
We offer Trauma Go-Bags, containing individual trauma kits that are suitable for controlled spaces, such as offices.
Each individual kit contains:
• CAT Tourniquet
• Compressed Sterile Gauze
• 4-inch Mini-Compression Bandage
• Heat Sheet Blanket
• Medical Scissors
• Writing Implement
• Nitrile Gloves
• Sequence of Care Card
We provide video training modules designed to demonstrate the proper usage of our medical products, sequence of medical care, and life-saving intervention skills.
These videos may be downloaded to your institution’s website, as a valuable resource for your staff and students alike. A Situational Awareness and Medical Training Guide, as well as in-house training for staff and students, is available upon request.

On-site Security Assessments

Upon completion of an initial security consultation and on-site assessment, PLS will provide your organization with a list of suggested enhancements to assist you with your safety and security program.


Critical Incident Training

We provide in-house Situational Awareness Training, providing the tools you need to survive a critical incident, such as an “active shooter event.”  

  • Colleges and Universities have become a target of violent encounters in recent years. Workplace violence, active shooters, terrorism, and natural disasters can all cause mass casualty events. In fact, 48% of deaths in College and University age individuals is caused by trauma. Is your Institution prepared to treat a mass casualty event, when seconds count? Practical Lifesaving Solutions is in the business of providing training and products designed to keep victims of traumatic injury alive between the time of the traumatic incident and when Emergency Medical Services (EMS) personnel arrive on scene.

  • A single traumatic injury can cause death in a few minutes. Our training and products can empower faculty, staff, and students to render lifesaving interventions, keeping the injured alive until EMS arrives.


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