Proper first aid and emergency training are a central part of OSHA guidelines for a safe and healthy workplace. Training includes how to recognize and stabilize workplace emergencies until more advanced medical personnel can take over. This training will give you the basic tools that your employees will need to make the difference in a life threatening situation.
The participants will be certified by American Heart First Aid Standards which meet OSHA compliance and the certification is good for two years. Instructors are professional firefighter paramedics who bring real world experience into your workplace and can teach this class in either English or Spanish.
Lost work time due to injury or illness costs employers billions of dollars annually – money that comes directly off the bottom line. Conducting regular training helps keep employees up to date on compliance and safety issues that help improve their overall productivity. In addition, you can reduce your costs by minimizing unnecessary on-the-job injuries and emergencies.