Kevin Earnest
Kevin Earnest’s career began in healthcare in the early 1980’s as a Ambulette Driver. Kevin’s interest in the emergency services field started as he was in the vicinity of the first World Trade Center bombing in 1993 only to return 8 years later as a New York State EMT in efforts to become a life saver. With over 21 years as a NYS EMT, he became a First Aid and CPR instructor with over 10 years of teaching through National Safety Council and the American Red Cross.  Kevin is passionate about first aid and believes everyone should have the skills and confidence to take action in an emergency situation. Kevin remains active in the field as an Occupational Medical Health Technician and Volunteers his time at Forest Hills Volunteer Ambulance Corps and quickly rose to the Ranks as 2nd Lieutenant.  Kevin enjoys helping others and expanded his craft to Public Safety in Security since 2010 while upgrading to Armed Security Guard. In 2020 Kevin became a National Rifle Association Range Safety Officer / Firearms Instructor and teachers in the following disciplines Pistol, Rifle and Shotgun.  
  • Basic Life Support Instructor
  • CPR/AED for Professional Rescuers Instructor
  • Emergency Medical Response Instructor
  • First Aid for Severe Trauma Instructor
  • First Aid/CPR/AED Instructor
  • Head, Neck, Muscle, Bones and Joint Injuries and Splinting Instructor
  • Life-Threatening Bleeding Tourniquet Application Instructor
  • Wilderness and Remote First Aid Instructor