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  • How to report ARC CPR Certification abuse?

    My high school health class (predominantly sophomores) is in the process of being CPR certified by my teacher. It's obvious to me that he knows what he's doing, but could care less whether or not we all know what we're doing. People are being certified when they have absolutely no idea what they're doing, as he practically guides each person through every step during testing. Today I watched a clumsy individual accidentally kick the head off the Resusci Anne, and another go from "Are you okay?" to chest compressions (Let's be real, are you really going to start breaking ribs before you know if it's necessary?). Both were certified. Bottom line is, I would not want anyone in that class to help me or someone I know if I or he or she happened to be unconscious or choking. How and where can I report this issue, as I would hate to see this problem unrecognized.

    2 AnswersFirst Aid9 years ago
  • What instruments are required to perform the Tan Dun Water Concerto?

    I'm aware that the Waterphone is required for the percussion soloist, and I know that there are other nonstandard instruments. What are they?

    1 AnswerPerforming Arts9 years ago
  • I'm buying replacement subwoofers..?

    I wired my band up to a mixer, from the mixer to an ancient amp, and from the amp to some ancient speaker cabinets. However, the subwoofers weren't exactly ready for this volumes we were rehearsing at, and we blew them out. On the back of the woofers, it says that the impedance is 8 ohms and the max voltage is 70 watts. The amp has a 220 watt power supply and 8-16 ohms for the speaker impedance. My guess is that we blew out the subwoofers because the 220 watt power supply is greater than the 70 watts the subwoofers could take. Is this correct? If so, would buying replacement subwoofers with a recommended wattage greater than 220 assure that we won't blow them out again? Looking at a cheap solution, I'm probably going to go for this (http://www.allaudioexpo.com/nav/details.asp?itemid... set if my assumptions are correct. Am I set to go ahead and purchase these replacements? If not, please correct me!

    1 AnswerOther - Electronics1 decade ago
  • How can I save my ears and be able to communicate with my fellow band members at rehearsals?

    I'm in a band. Between the drums and all of the instruments and microphones hooked into amps, rehearsals are very loud and I'm worried about my ears. It's also a problem, because when I want people to stop playing so we can talk, I have a hard time getting attention. The other members are complaining of these items too. Is there any way that I can save my hearing and still have the ability to communicate with the other members of my group? I was thinking about some sort of headset that blocks out a lot of external noise, but also has a microphone to talk to other members through there headsets, but I'm not sure what to search for on google for something like that. Any ideas?

    7 AnswersRock and Pop1 decade ago
  • What is the best free online game ever created and what website is it on?

    What is the best free online game ever created and what website is it on?

    10 AnswersVideo & Online Games1 decade ago
  • What's a WebShow?

    What is a WebShow?

    1 AnswerOther - Computers1 decade ago