Advanced First Aid, CPR and AED (National Safety Council)

16-40 hours

OSHA mandates that a trained first aid responder must be present in high risk industries with the most dangerous jobs where medical emergencies require immediate emergency response. Ensure compliance and prepare your workforce with this comprehensive 16- to 40-hour advanced first aid course. It's the industry-leading occupational first aid training that will help your workforce recognize and act competently and confidently in an emergency situation in order to sustain life.

Participants will learn how to control bleeding and manage shock, care for injuries and medical emergencies, give advanced resuscitation techniques, identify special situations such as: behavioral emergencies, pregnancy and childbirth, and perform remote-location first aid. The suggested length of the the NSC Advanced First Aid, CPR & AED course is 16 hours with the minimal requirements, but can be tailored to increase focus on topics most relevant to the facility or industry, up to a total course length of 40 hours, not including lunch and breaks. Maximum class size of 10 students per instructor.

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