Our most popular course covering adult, pediatric and infant CPR with AED and First Aid.
This 8-hour course meets OSHA requirements and is our tool for training employees or the general public on the latest skills, techniques and expertise in life-saving procedures. The practice and feedback of using related skills in a realistic situation is integrated into the actual teaching experience.
AHA, ASHI or NSC curricula are utilized.
This course is designed for the person who needs or desires more first aid training than Basic First Aid, but not to the level of Emergency Medical Response.
This course is perfect for medical transports and home providers, and presents many of the most common illnesses and injuries providers are likely to encounter. Includes CPR w/ AED.
ASHI or NSC curricula are utilized.
This 64 hr. course is designed for students, such as police officers, emergency response teams and/or volunteer firefighter and rescue squads that need training similar to EMS professionals.
This EMR course does not provide state licensure or certification. Includes CPR for Healthcare Providers.
NSC curriculum is utilized.
Basic Life Support is the bread & butter CPR class for EMS personnel, RNs and other healthcare providers.
AHA curriculum is utilized.
Pediatric First Aid, CPR and AED programs cover the latest techniques for emergency care, plus practical safety tips for preventing injuries. Our program also address important issues such as caring for children with medical conditions (asthma, diabetes, HIV), and dealing with signs of abuse and neglect.
ASHI or NSC curricula are utilized.
This class is designed for groups and individuals who have a greater than average chance of witnessing an injury event in which heavy bleeding occurs and professional medical care is not readily available. Law enforcement, firefighters, wildland sawyers, emergency response teams and school officials can all benefit from this course.
ASHI curriculum is utilized.
This is our most popular course for employees in meeting OSHA's 29CFR1910.157(g)(1)(2) fire extinguisher training requirements, 1910.38 Emergency Action Plans and 1910.39 for Fire Prevention Plans.
In this 4-hour course we will dispel the myths of fire; discuss common fire hazards and ways to prevent fire; identify those at risk; and should a fire start help you survive it/or reduce property loss by means of utilizing fire extinguishers and/or containment, or through evacuation. The training includes a classroom presentation followed by hands-on, live fire training.
This 4-hour course is designed for the employer to understand the fire extinguishing requirements under OSHA 1910.157 for their workplace.
The course is also designed to give an overview of fire behavior, describe the basic types of fire extinguishers and how to operate them safely, as well as to extinguish Class A, B and C fires. The training includes a classroom presentation followed by hands-on, live fire training.
OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard is based on a simple concept - that employees have both a need and a right to know the hazards and identities of the chemicals they are exposed to when working. We customize this class specifically for your agency.
This 2 to 4 hour course meets OSHA requirements for Bloodborne Pathogens training. It explains how disease is transmitted, and how to control exposure through a four-way approach: work practice controls, engineering controls, universal precautions, and personal protective clothing and equipment. It also offers information on tuberculosis.
Confined spaces are some of the most dangerous hazards in today’s workplace. Ensure your employees are trained on entry procedures and permits, warning signs, individual responsibilities, air monitoring, equipment, potential hazards, and safe work practices.
This 8-hour course meets OSHA 29 CFR 1910.120(q) and NFPA 472 requirements for the Hazardous Materials First Responder Awareness Level training, and designed to provide the First Responder with an understanding of hazardous materials, how to detect the presence of hazardous materials, to identify the hazards associated with these materials, and how to notify proper authorities.