About CPR Plus Safety Trainers

CPR PLUS is made up of Fire Department and Emergency Medicine professionals who bring to the company many years of experience actually doing the skills that they are teaching.

Who’s Doing Your Current Training?

Most training companies out there are made up of staff “who used to…”

They “used to” work in the Emergency Services field – years ago! Now, they work only in the classroom.


Our staff is currently working in the field. We deliver training on the things that we do everyday…and it comes through in our courses!

The History of CPR PLUS

CPR Plus was established in 2006 by Kevin Hargis, a local firefighter, paramedic and ER nurse, with the goal of providing quality, real-world CPR instruction. During our CPR courses, companies would ask if other courses were available. They told us they liked that courses were taught by someone who actually does what they teach, and appreciated the tips and examples of real world scenarios.

CPR PLUS’ business grew quickly with the help of referrals from satisfied clients – and it’s still growing. From classes of five people – to classes of up to 160; from Basic CPR to First Aid, AED, Bloodborne Pathogens, Fire Extinguisher Training, STOP THE BLEED® and (future) Back Injury Prevention, and ACLS classes. We continue to grow to meet the needs of the workplace.

Firefighter Jackets hanging on hook with red helmet

Give us a call at (815) 600.1181 to discuss your training needs. We can deliver the courses you need, set up refresher training, and help you keep up with your certification standards.

You’ll find with our – Flexibility, Convenience, Experience, and Pricing that CPR PLUS IS THE BEST TRAINING OPTION!

Serving North/Central Illinois Since 2006

CPR PLUS is located in Plainfield, Illinois. However, we travel all over North/Central Illinois delivering our training. Please give us a call or email any time if you have any questions, need more information, need a price quote, or would like to schedule a class. Someone is available 7 days a week to take your call.

Girl sitting on the floor in first aid class taking notes with CPR dummy assistant and first aid kit on floor
Firefighter Jackets hanging on hook with red helmet
Men in hazmat suits with containers containing warning signs
Man removing a mobile defibrillator from a medical bag
Training administrating CPR on a prop for class