Training Classes for the Workplace: CPR, AED, BBP
Workplace CPR training typically focuses on Adult/Child CPR, Choking, Heart Attacks and Basic First Aid. CPR is generally 1 1/2 to 2 hours, First Aid 1 hour; together 2 1/2 to 3 hours. Many workplaces also add AED (defibrillator training) or Blood Borne Pathogen Training, each a half hour extra.
Along with CPR content, first aid content includes procedures for bleeding, shock, burns, bee stings, broken bones, heat stroke, seizures, diabetic emergencies, head injuries, eye injuries, and customized topics unique to your industry.
Course’s Intended audience
Individuals who require or desire CPR, AED, and ﬁrst aid knowledge and skills; including emergency response teams in business and industry, school bus drivers, adult residential care personnel, teachers, parents, and babysitters. Workplace or office CPR training classes are built for everyone in the event an emergency arises in the workplace or out in the field.
OSHA compliant CPR, AED, Basic First Aid
Our Red Cross CPR AED First Aid class is hands-on practice for 90% of our time together. It teaches students critical skills needed to respond to and manage a first aid, choking or sudden cardiac arrest emergency in the first few minutes until emergency medical services (EMS) arrive.
CPR is practiced thoroughly to students really getting it “in the muscle memory”. If the brain forgets, the body remembers is a philosophy we impart. This course truly empowers you to feel confident if and when the unforeseen happens.
Available add-on certifications to your class:
Hands-on practice on AED trainers, and if you currently have a live AED unit on-site, we’ll show your crew how it works as well. AED use is simple and automatic and doubles the chance of survival of a cardiac arrest victim. AED’s are a great insurance policy for your team to have.
Blood Borne Pathogen certification
This training is designed for anyone with a reasonable chance of coming into contact with bloodborne pathogens such as:
- Childcare workers
- Security guards
- Maintenance workers
- School personnel
- Hotel housekeepers
- Health and fitness club staff
- Tattoo artists
Students learn how to:
- Protect themselves from exposure to bloodborne pathogens
- Act when exposed to blood or blood-containing materials in the workplace
- Clean themselves and the area when exposed to blood or blood-containing
materials in the workplace
- Tell or report any exposure to blood or blood-containing materials in the