This OSHA* (standards document) and ILCOR compliant course combines cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillator (AED) into one program. It is designed to teach the proper techniques to safely administer CPR and utilize an AED in emergency situations involving infants, children, and adults. While not addressing first aid measures this course is the perfect way to prepare individuals to address one of the largest killers worldwide. Implementing CPR and AEDs in the event of an emergency can drastically change outcomes for the better.
Who this course is for:
- Businesses hoping to protect employees
- Lifeguards, babysitters and care givers
- Those who need OSHA* and ILCOR compliant training
• Minimum age 18, 10 with parental consent
What you can expect to learn:
The Workplace CPR/AED program is designed to train layperson rescuers for:
- CPR administration for children, infants and adults
- AED use for children and adults.
What’s in it for you:
Upon successful completion of the course, graduates may:
- Recognize and evaluate an emergency and a victim
- Know how to activate or alert the emergency medical services (EMS)
- Be able to provide 1-person infant, child, and adult CPR to a non-breathing or injured person.
- Properly use an automated external defibrillator (AED)
How to take this course
There are two components to your training in order to receive your certification. The first is academics and the second is skills. You must first pass your academics training to proceed to the second phase and work with an instructor in a classroom setting.
Academics. We offer two options to complete your academics (eLearning or manual). To get started with eLearning, just click the eLearning link below and you’ll be off and running. If you prefer a print manual, contact us via the link below and we will ship one to you.*
Once you have completed your academics, you can begin your classroom training with a local instructor.
- eLearning: $27.95 – Click here for eLearning.
- Manual: $37.08 – Click here for printed materials.
* Certain states, such as North Carolina, government agencies, and countries, require all portions of courses be taught in person. Check your local laws and regulations for specifics.
Classroom. Search our instructor database to find a local training center to complete the skills portion of your training.
- Classroom costs: (vary by location) – Click here to Find an Instructor for your classroom training.
Once you complete your academics and classroom training, you will be issued a certification. You will then be a certified provider for Workplace CPR.
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*The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is an agency of the United States Department of Labor.
OSHA’s standard for first aid training in general industry is listed in 1910.151, provides:
Medical services and first aid
(a)The employer shall ensure the ready availability of personnel for advice and consultation on matters of plant health.
(b)In the absence of an infirmary, clinic, or hospital in near proximity to the workplace which is used for the treatment of all injured employees, a person or persons shall be adequately trained to render first aid. Adequate first aid supplies shall be readily available.
In the construction industry specifically, 1926.50(c) provides:
In the absence of an infirmary clinic, hospital, or physician, that is reasonably accessible in terms of time and distance to the worksite, which is available for the treatment of injured employees, a person who has a valid certificate in first-aid training from the U.S. Bureau of Mines, the American Red Cross, or equivalent training that can be verified by documentary evidence, shall be available at the worksite to render first aid.
The bloodborne pathogens standard at 1910.1030(g)(2)
This requires employers to provide training to any employees who have occupational exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials, such as employees assigned medical or first aid duties by their employers. The standard at 29 CFR 1910.1030(b) defines “occupational exposure” as “reasonably anticipated skin, eye, mucous membrane, or parenteral contact with blood or other potentially infectious materials that may result from the performance of an employee’s duties.” If an employee is trained in first aid and identified by the employer as responsible for rendering medical assistance as part of his/her job duties, that employee is covered by the bloodborne pathogens standard.