October 24, 2023
1 Paycor Stadium, Cincinnati, OH 45202
Registration is required for the free event.
Those who learn CPR are more empowered to act with confidence in the event of an emergency at home, work, or in the community.
The Cincinnati Bengals, the American Heart Association, Cintas and Kettering Health are educating our “Who Dey” community with lifesaving skills by educating fans in Hands-Only CPR.
The American Heart Association is the worldwide leader in resuscitation science, education and training, and publisher of the official Guidelines for CPR. With nearly 3 out of 4 cardiac arrests occurring in homes, knowing how to perform CPR is critically important. More than 350,000 people in the US have an out-of-hospital cardiac arrest every year. CPR, especially if performed immediately, could double or triple a cardiac arrest victim’s chance of survival.
Know Before You Go:
What to wear:
Remembering this is an outdoor event, participants are encouraged to wear comfortable clothing as they will be getting on the floor to participate in the event. Participants will be practicing skills that require working on your hands and knees, bending, standing, and lifting.
Parking is available: Lot E- $6 credit card payment only or Lot 1- $6 online payment only
A clear bag policy is in effect for the Save the Dey event and applies to all event attendees.
Doors will open 20 minutes prior to your scheduled session time. Session time selections can be made in the registration link which is found in the white box next to the photo at the top of this page.
If you have physical conditions that might prevent you from participating in the course, please tell one of the instructors when you arrive for the course. The instructor will work to accommodate your needs.
What is Hands-Only CPR?
Hand-Only CPR is a skill everyone can learn. It is as simple as calling 911 if you see a teen or adult suddenly collapse; and then pushing hard and fast in the center of the chest. Research has proven that Hands-Only CPR be equally effective as traditional CPR in the first few minutes of emergency response. Hands-Only CPR is not card credentialed CPR.
Where can I get information on Card Credentialed CPR?
Find a local training center near you by visiting, cpr.heart.org.
Can children participate?
Children are welcome to attend the event however children under nine years of age may not be strong enough to perform compressions.
Additional learning resources can be found here: