American Red Cross first aid, CPR and AED programs are designed to give you the confidence to respond in an emergency with skills that can save a life. OSHA requires that you have designated people in your organization trained to render first aid, unless there is a hospital or infirmary/clinic in close proximity
Our instructors understand industry issues and work with participants to ensure that the skills you walk away with during this training are comprehensible. Whether you assist during an emergency, are a professional rescuer or have been designated as the first aid provider, our instructors provide tools that allow you to help during a life-threatening emergency.
Training is second nature to us. We take the American Red Cross course; developed by experts and provide our “twist” of hands-on interactive training to make this one of the best courses your employees will attend. From first aid to CPR and automated external defibrillator training, our course includes the most up-to-date techniques and information.
Additional training in bloodborne pathogens can be added to CPR and first aid training to prepare you for additional hazards.
Exposure to bloodborne pathogens may occur in many ways and in any work environment. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, more than 5.6 million workers in health care and other public occupations could be exposed to viruses such as AIDS and Hepatitis B during their lifetime.
OSHA standards require employers to have a written exposure control plan if they have employees who could be “reasonably” anticipated, as a result of performing their job duties, to face contact with blood and other potentially infectious materials.
We can assist your company with Bloodborne Pathogens training programs and can tailor a program specific to your needs. Our training can be designed to be used as stand-alone training, or can easily be coupled with First Aid and CPR training. Additionally, our team of experienced consultants can work with you to develop a written exposure control plan that will ensure that you are in compliance with the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogen standard.