You Have the Power to Save a Life!
We Can Teach You How
Safety Council’s First Aid /CPR/ AED Training Meets OSHA Requirements and Gives You Certification
Did you know that OSHA requires you to have trained personnel if you are not within reasonable distance of a medical facility? Each of us has the power to save lives—if we know how. Even if your main reason for training is simply to meet OSHA recommendations, you know that safety means more than just paperwork and surviving an audit. Real lives are involved.
Accidents happen. Someone chokes on food or gets stung by a bee. It is important to know when to call 9-1-1 — it is for life-threatening emergencies. While waiting for help to arrive, you may be able to save someone’s life.
Each of us has the power to save a life – if you know how. Safety is more than just policies and procedures, it involves real lives.
Our CPR and First Aid courses teach you basic and life saving techniques. Your employees will thank you for the chance to learn skills that will be with them for a lifetime. This course provides a curriculum to teach students how to maintain a victim’s life until the arrival of emergency response personnel.
Get started saving lives today by enrolling in First Aid and/or CPR Certification!
First Aid / CPR / AED Training Meets OSHA Requirements and teaches basic and life saving techniques through First Aid & CPR. They also build spirit and enthusiasm within any organization, and your employees will thank you for the opportunity to learn skills that will be with then for a lifetime. This program provides a comprehensive curriculum that teaches how to maintain the life of a victim until emergency medical personnel arrive.
Topics covered for First Aid include:
- Bleeding Emergencies
- Shock, Burns, Poisoning
- Bites & Stings
- Medical Emergencies
- Musculoskeletal Injuries & Care
- Heat Stress & Heat Stroke
CPR will cover the latest standards and Automatic External Defibrillator Training will also be offered.
Anyone can be taught quick response and appropriate action at the scene of an injury.You just never know when you will utilize this training- life is full of surprises.
CPR certification is valid for two years, and First Aid Certification is valid for three years. This program can be offered at our facilities, or at your location.
*Meets OSHA Requirements