Does your staff need the latest in CPR training or re-certification?
Our professional instructors are available to deliver classes at your site or ours.We also teach private classes for 1-3 students.
- Training at our location or yours.
- Day and evening classes for initial training or recertification.
- Relaxed, affordable training.
- CPR training provides the participant with a 2 year certification from the American Heart
- First Aid training completion entitles the participant to a two year first aid certificate.
American Heart Association Heart Saver AED, a comprehensive course for the First
Responder, is designed to teach CPR, use of an automated external defibrillator (AED) and
relief of foreign-body airway obstruction (FBAO) to all lay rescuers, particularly those who are
expected to respond to emergencies in a workplace or school. This class covers Adult, Child,
and Infant emergencies. (Two year certification issued upon successful completion)
American Heart Association Heart Saver CPR
Class is designed to teach CPR and how to relieve foreign body airway obstructions. This class
covers Adult, Child, and Infant CPR and choking emergencies. (Two year certification issued
upon successful completion)
American Heart Association First Aid
Class teaches first responders to effectively recognize and treat adult emergencies in the critical
first minutes until EMS personnel arrive. This course provides training on first aid, medical
emergencies, injuries, and environmental emergencies. (Two year certification issued upon
American Heart Association Pediatric First Aid with CPR & AED Addresses managing
illness and injuries in the first few minutes until professional help arrives. Topics include
first aid basics, medical emergencies, injuries, and environmental emergencies. Additionally,
CPR and use of an AED on children from birth to eight years of age is covered. (Two year
certification issued upon successful completion)
Emergency Care and Safety Institute Bloodborne Pathogens BBP HIV
Class includes information that will help students understand risks of exposure and howto reduce them for themselves and others. The program assists in satisfying the trainingrequirements of the U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29 CFR1910.10.0) (One year certification issued upon successful completion)
American Heart Association BLS for Healthcare Providers
Class is designed to teach the skills of CPR (including ventilation with a barrier device, a bag-
valve mask device, and oxygen), use of an AED and relief of foreign-body airway obstruction
(FBAO). (Two year certification issued upon successful completion)
Did you know:
In December of 2007, Congress declared the first week of June each year as National CPR/AED
Awareness Week. Organizations are being encouraged to establish organized programs to ensure
proper response to any emergency, providing CPR and AED Training and increase public access
Sudden Cardiac Arrest is one of the leading causes of death in the United States each year. It
affects more that 200,000 Americans each year; that is nearly one death every two minutes. Up
to 50,000 of these deaths could have been prevented if someone had initiated the Cardiac Chain
of Survival (which includes early access to care and early CPR), and an automated external
defibrillator (AED) had been available for immediate use at the time of the emergency.
What are some things you can do in your workplace?
- Encourage work group discussions about Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA).
- Refresh emergency equipment locations and emergency procedures with employees.
- Conducting CPR/AED and first aid training is something you can do now to protect the long-term safety of your employees.
- Placement of Automated External Defibrillators (AEDs) can save lives of workers who
experience cardiac arrest while on the job, OSHA, on December 17, 2001, encouraged
employers to consider making this equipment available in their workplaces.
- Become a company that is trained, equipped and prepared to respond to any foreseeable
- Educate! If someone collapsed from cardiac arrest at your workplace today, how quickly
could emergency personnel arrive at your site? What are the victim’s chances of survival?
Unfortunately, the answers give little room for reliance on a phone call to 9-1-1. Average
EMS response time in the United States is at least 10 minutes. Even with the best EMS
response, cardiac arrest survival rates drop by 10% for every minute defibrillation is
delayed. “An employer has an obligation to provide to all employees a safe and healthy
workplace.” OSHA 93-01