All American Health and Safety provides American Heart Association/American Red Cross/American Safety and Health Institute CPR, First Aid, and BLS/ACLS/PALS/NAEMT classes to the Acadiana Area and beyond. After teaching CPR/First Aid for 25 years, Phillip Daigle realized he needed a company name to help get CPR/First Aid training to a larger audience. Having spent many years as a Paratrooper in the 82nd Airborne Division, which is appropriately named the "All Americans" he decided to use the name All American Health and Safety in honor of those of with he served.
We offer classes designed for people from all walks of life, including newborn and infant CPR classes for family and friends, CPR and First Aid training for schools, BLS/ACLS/PALS classes for medical professionals such as nurses, physicians, EMT's, and paramedics, and community health classes.
Ask us how we can tailor a class for your specific needs. Contact us to schedule a class in your home, school, or office!
Phillip Daigle, Founder, Paramedic
Phillip is a Paramedic and has been in Emergency Medical Services for over 32 years. Having started his career as an Army Medic in the 82nd Airborne Division, he found a passion for serving others. He also attended his first CPR Instructor course in 1988 while serving. Having worked as a medic on the street, combat areas as a soldier, civilian contractor, and remote offshore medicine, he brings real world experience to all his classes. Phillip also has many years experience conducting safety inspections, investigations and managing Health, Safety and Environmental Programs for large companies. He also holds the Certified Occupational Safety Specialist (COSS) designation. He is passionate about public health education, Emergency Medical Services (EMS), and public safety.