Certified CPR, AED, First Aid & Other Safety Training

Heartsaver® CPR/AED

Emergency Cardiovascular Care (ECC) training and education 


Traditional Class


Length of Class: up to 2.5 hours
Includes: Adult Child and Infant training
Certification: American Heart Association Two Year Certification


Course Meets: State, Federal and OSHA Requirements


The American Heart Association (AHA) Heartsaver® certified CPR/AED course is designed to teach students CPR for victims of all ages, use the automated external defibrillator (AED) and relief of choking. Instruction is given on recognition of life threatening emergencies and basic CPR techniques. It is available to anyone desiring, or required, to obtain the knowledge and skills taught at this level. Upon successful completion of skills demonstration, students will receive their Heartsaver® CPR/AED course completion card which is valid for two years. Class times vary between 3-4 hours.

Class for:


Life Guard
First Responders
Nursery
Daycare
Camp
Counselors
Educators
Home School
Homecare
Security
Police
Construction
Electricians
Coaches
Trainers
Foster Parents
Nannies
Manufacturing
Production
Fitness Trainer 

Heartsaver® First Aid

Respond and Manage an Medical Emergency as it Arrives

Traditional Class


Length of Class: up to 2.5 hours Includes: Adult Child and Infant training Certification: American Heart Association Two Year Certification


Course Meets: State, Federal and OSHA Requirements

The First Aid course is designed to teach students First Aid for victims of all ages, relief of choking and a variety of issue like bloody nose, cuts, heart attack, stroke, heat exhaustion, etc.   Instruction is given on recognition of life threatening emergencies and basic First Aid techniques. It is available to anyone desiring, or required, to obtain the knowledge and skills taught at this level. Upon successful completion of skills demonstration, students will receive their Heartsaver®  First Aid course completion card which is valid for two years.

Class for:


Educators
Life Guard
First Responders
Nursery
Daycare
Camp
Counselors
Educators
Home School
Homecare
Security
Police
Construction
Electricians
Coaches
Trainers
Foster Parents
Nannies
Manufacturing

Trauma Bleeding Control

Manage the uncontrolled bleeding.


Students learn how to control arterial bleeding if it is not stopping with direct pressure or pressure dressings and there is a delay in EMS arriving using tourniquets. Discover what you would need to do to prevent the loss the limb in emergencies like this.


It only takes minutes for someone to bleed to the point that they’re not going to survive, especially if you hit one of the major arteries in your leg or your arm.  The material is tailored to the lay responder as recommended by the White House’s “Stop the Bleed Campaign”. This campaign is a federal initiative that aims to save lives and build resiliency in our communities, specifically on hemorrhage control.


The Bleeding Control course takes only an hour to complete.  A trainer guides the class through two evidence-based methods of bleeding control: placing a tourniquet on an extremity and packing a wound with gauze with both hands. Student learn how to control arterial bleeding if it is not stopping with direct pressure or pressure dressings and there is a delay in EMS arriving using tourniquets. Discover what you would need to do to prevent the loss the limb in emergencies.


While the course is a byproduct of active shooter scenarios, it could also save lives in other traumatic scenarios such as car wreck, amputation due to machinery or punctures to the body. In this course, participants will learn the String of Survival, and have the opportunity to practice the approximate demand level for bleeding control.  This class will include the use of a packing a wound, and using a CAT and SWAT Tourniquet, in the event of a life threatening bleed or accident from amputation, knife or gunshot wound, or natural disaster.  Participants will also receive an Trauma Control Certification.


A person can die within 5-10 minutes due to uncontrolled bleeding, but proper bleeding control methods—including hand techniques, dressings, and tourniquets—can make all the difference.

Class for:


Manufacturing
Active Shooter
Healthcare
Public Safety 

Bloodborne Pathogens

Reduce Risk of Blood Exposure


The American Heart Association (AHA) Heartsaver® certified Bloodborne Pathogens course is designed to teaches employees how to protect themselves and others from being exposed to blood or blood-containing materials. This course is designed to meet OSHA requirements for bloodborne pathogens training when paired with site-specific instruction.


AHA’s course uses the PACT acronym (Protect, Act, Clean, Tell) and slogan, “Make a PACT, Know How to Act,” to help students learn and easily recall bloodborne pathogens training. Students learn how to:

  • Protect themselves from blood or blood-containing materials.
  • Act quickly and safely.
  • Clean the area that has blood or blood-containing materials.
  • Tell their supervisor about the incident

 

Class for:


Manufacturing
Active Shooter
Healthcare
Public Safety
Housekeeping
Custodial
Educational
Correctional
First Aid Responders
Construction
Contract Workers