n the event of an emergency situation, would you or any of your employees have the ability to effectively sustain life until professional help arrived?
OSHA 1910-General Industry and 1926- Construction regulations require that in the absence of an infirmary, clinic, or hospital in the near proximity to the workplace used for the treatment of injured employees, a person or persons shall be adequately trained to render first aid.
Safety Resources Company of Ohio, Inc. offers an 8 hour First Aid, CPR, & AED training course that is certified by the National Safety Council.
- Recognizing an emergency situation & when to provide care
- Act appropriately & effectively to sustain life until professional help arrives
- First Aid Situations
- Bleeding & wounds
- Bloodborne pathogens/ preventing disease transmission
- Head & spinal injuries
- Chest, abdominal & pelvic injuries
- Bone, joint & muscle injuries
- Sudden illnesses
- Bites & stings
- Heat & cold related injuries
- Rescuing & moving victims
- AED (Automated External Defibrillation)
- Using an AED
- Special considerations
- CPR (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)
- Performing CPR
- Understanding the chain of survival
- Recognizing a heart attack
- Recognizing cardiac arrest
- Airway obstruction & The Heimlich Maneuver