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  1. The importance of knowing how to do CPR and use an AED
    Categories: CPR Training & AED Training

    The importance of knowing how to do CPR and use an AED

    Public Health Matters Blog Heart attack numbers are staggering. About 350,000 people have a cardiac arrest outside of the hospital each year, and about 9 in 10 of them die. Find CPR training and AED Training classes for your group anywhere in the US, Canada, or Mexico. Also, read more about the importance of knowing how to properly administer CPR and use...
  2. COVID-19 Safety and Prevention in the Workplace Training Program
    Categories: BBP Training

    COVID-19 Safety and Prevention in the Workplace Training Program

    .see-all { font-size: 30px; } @media only screen and (max-width: 414px) { .see-all { font-size: 2em; } } @media only screen and (max-width: 380px) { .see-all { font-size: 1.5em; } } Some Businesses are REQUIRED to offer this training... ...All businesses SHOULD offer this training to protect their workers and their workplace The American EHS COVID-19 Safety & Prevention in...
  3. Safety at Work ?
    Categories: OSHA and Other Safety Training

    Safety at Work ?

    There are hundreds of OSHA Safety Topics, and each type of work has its particular needs and requirements, but it boils down to need a formal, written and active safety program.
  4. Accident Investigation
    Categories: OSHA and Other Safety Training & Safety Books, CDs, Videos

    Accident Investigation

    Yesterday we discussed accidents in general. Today, we'll focus specifically on the importance of accident investigation in the workplace. Thousands of accidents occur throughout this country everyday. The failure of people, equipment, supplies, or surroundings to behave or react as expected causes most of them. Accident investigations determine how and why these failures occur. By using the information gained through...
  5. Plan ahead
    Categories: CPR Training, First Aid Training, AED Training, BBP Training, Forklift Training & OSHA and Other Safety Training

    Plan ahead

    Every business is required by OSHA to have a formal, written and active safety program. An easy way to show that your program is "active" is to have live safety instruction (and records thereof.) Whatever safety training requirements you may have for your business, American CPR Training® offers these topics in a fin informative, inexpensive, and time saving manner...
  6. Categories: CPR Training & Instructors Corner

    CPR Renewal

    We often get asked... Does American CPR Training® offer a CPR Renewal class? Clients and Instructors alike ask this question - and the simple answer is: There is no need! Our Program is very different from the other National certifying bodies, and you will find that it is much more flexible and inexpensive, so you need not be concerned about some...
  7. A nation built on dignity
    Categories: OSHA and Other Safety Training

    A nation built on dignity

    Our Nation was begun by oppressed individuals fleeing persecution in the form of religious oppression and unfair work practices. The sought the freedom to worship (or not) as they felt was right for them, and to earn the benefits they deserved for their labor. This struggle continues today with huge battles of belief (and sorry folks, this isn't just foreigners...
  8. Why CPR?
    Categories: CPR Training

    Why CPR?

    What does CPR stand for? Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation   What is CPR? CPR is a procedure where you try to restart someone’s breathing or heart by manually compressing the person’s chest and also by breathing into a person’s mouth which will fill air into their lungs.   How is CPR important in your workplace? Getting employees trained in giving CPR will...

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