with 12 million packages going thru our hubs everyday the threat of a bomb and or explosion is very real. it would take EMTs 10-15 minutes or longer for them to respond. by then a person could bleed out. the first one or two minutes are critical. I learned emergency first aid in the scouts and would have a reasonably good chance of helping someone. but how many people do ? we should consider training managers in emergency first aid to respond until the pros arrive. maybe hubs could pass out American Red Cross booklets on emergency first aid or have fire depts. come to hubs and perform demonstrations. it's best to be proactive in this area. thoughts?