This study suggested a method to increase the quality of chest compressions in patients with cardiac arrest during transport. When providing cardiopulmonary resuscitation to a cardiac arrest patient in the pre-hospital phase, the quality of chest compressions should be improved by using a three-point fixed belt to the ambulance. Because the quality of the chest compression was increased when the 119 paramedic wears a 3-point fixed belt in addition to the chest compression method. Also, paramedics are less likely to be at risk. Therefore, if a 3-point fixed belt is worn in an ambulance during transport, 119 paramedics will be able to secure safety and provide high-quality chest compressions to cardiac arrest patients.