CPR First-Aid Training
CPR First Aid Certification
CPR 2000™ follows CPR guidelines as presented by the Journal of the American Medical Association, American Heart Association and recommendations by the national guidelines for first aid training in occupational settings (NGFATOS). Our goal is to provide the most effective life saving techniques class possible while fulfilling OSHA requirements for basic first aid providers in the workplace.
The Core training course is 4 hours, however, hours may increase depending on the number of students and specific curriculum modifications (i.e. bloodborne pathogens, AED, triage, etc).
This course is a 2 year certification in both CPR and First Aid.
CPR 2000™ focuses on information and procedures that a first aid provider should know. We avoid complicated (although interesting) medical procedures, theories and fun facts, as they may confuse the real issues. Real issues include how to recognize a medical emergency and what to do in the first crucial minutes.
Emphasis in this course is on the development of the Primary and Secondary Essential Skills of Patient Care: SETUP, Primary Assessment, One Rescuer CPR, Choking Management, Control of Bleeding, Shock Management, Illness Assessment and Injury Assessment. Students of this course learn the skills of patient care in the same sequence they are actually used.
Additionally, during the course, students will participate in many hands-on exercises to help ensure a complete understanding and retention of material.
Student handout materials include: User-friendly student guide, gloves, manikin mouth shield, pocket reminder card, 9-1-1 Info card, certification card, and wall certificate. Classes can be taught in English or Spanish. Please specify your needs when booking a class.
The following is deemed to be the minimal acceptable first-aid and CPR training program for employees engaged in logging activities.
First-aid and CPR training shall be conducted using the conventional methods of training such as lecture, demonstration, practical exercise and examination (both written and practical). The length of training must be sufficient to assure that trainees understand the concepts of first aid and can demonstrate their ability to perform the various procedures contained in the outline below.
At a minimum, first-aid and CPR training shall consist of the following:
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Program meets Red Cross, American Heart Association and OSHA standards for training persons in Basic First Aid. Topics include bleeding, animal bites, stings, shock, fainting, strokes, and all other topics necessary for first aid training. Each topic is separated by a stop sign, allowing the instructor to stop the video and provide hands-on demonstrations or testing.
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