CPR Training Classes for Workplace
Workplace CPR trainings typically focus 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 workplace trainings also add AED (defibrillator training) or Blood Borne Pathogen Training, each a half hour extra. This is perfect for office CPR training.
ASHI CPR, AED, and Basic First Aid combination training was created to allow Instructors an easy option for their students seeking a comprehensive training class. The program helps develop basic ﬁrst aid knowledge, skills,
and the conﬁdence to respond.
CPR, AED, and Basic First Aid combination training is an excellent choice for both the community and workplace setting, and is consistent with recommendations of the 2010 National First Aid Science Advisory Board and OSHA’s best practices for ﬁrst aid training programs in the workplace.
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, child care workers, teachers, parents, and babysitters. Workplace or office CPR training classes are built for everyone in the event an emergency arises in the workplace.
- Child and Infant
- Adult, Child, and Infant
AHA Heartsaver CPR, Basic First Aid/AED
Heartsaver® First Aid CPR AED is a classroom, video-based, instructor-led course that 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) arrives.
Students learn skills such as how to treat bleeding, sprains, broken bones, shock and other first aid emergencies. This course also teaches adult CPR and AED use.
Red Cross Adult/Child CPR, Basic First Aid. (Class offered, but not typically requested)
Add-on or stand alone class
ASHI or Red Cross or AHA Blood Borne Pathogen training
This course is designed for anyone with a reasonable chance of coming into contact with bloodborne pathogens such as:
- Correctional Officers
- Childcare workers
- Security guards
- Maintenance workers
- School personnel
- Hotel housekeepers
- Health and fitness club staff
- Tattoo artists
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 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