FYICERTIFIED FIRST AID & CPR TRAINING


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June 14th | 8:00am | $60 members (non-members $90)

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Only 12 registrants per session so register early!
Includes Bloodborne Pathogen Training!

Cal/OSHA Safety Order Section 3400 states: "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."

Printing Industries, through Occupational Safety Training Systems, is offering a four hour seminar in First Aid and CPR and one hour seminar in bloodborne pathogens. Individuals completing the training will receive national two year certification in CPR/First Aid and one year certification in bloodborne pathogens. In addition to compliance with Cal/OSHA safety requirements, this program is an opportunity to have trained persons in the workplace who can deal with basic medical situations or emergencies where well trained response may save a life.

The full 5 hour attendance is mandatory for certification so please be prompt. Casual attire suggested, such as tennis shoes, jeans, walking shorts.

CPR
(Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation)

Introduction
Symbols and Definitions – What is CPR? – Why We Train

Laws & Ethics
Am I Required to Help? – Before You Help – Good Samaritan Laws – Legal Withholding of Help – State Law and Blood

More about CPR
Myths – Don't Do This – Statistics – A Note on Vomit

Initial Assessment & Actions
STACAB – Scene Safety – Tap & Shout – Assign Help

The Steps of CPR
Compressions – Airway – Breaths

A Few More Things
Lock Jaw – False Signs of Recovery – The Emotional Toll

 

First Aid
What Exactly is a Heart Attack?

Secondary Assessment

Treating a Potential Heart Attack

Stroke

Diabetes

Moving the Patient
Unconscious but Breathing – Rolling the Victim Over – Multiple Responders & Suspected Spine Injury – Recovery Position – Reloading the Victim

MASCAS & Triage

Breathing Related Emergencies
Choking – Infant Choking – Asthma – Anaphylaxis

Trauma Emergencies
Seizures – Bleeding – Shock – Sprains & Fractures – Cold Injuries – Heart Injuries – Chemical Burns

Poisoning


Bloodborne Pathogen Awareness

Includes training for all employees on the relevance, existence and impact of Bloodborne Pathogens within their work environment.

The course will teach:

  • how to identify, approach, and protect fellow employees from incidental contact
  • details regarding the steps to be followed in the event of a potential exposure incident
  • specific company policy & equipment put into place to address bloodborne pathogens

Flyer available to download here.



Questions?

contact: Kristy Villanueva

email: kristy@piasc.org

phone: 323.728.9500, Ext. 215


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