OSHA Compliance Courses and Training

bleeding gloves first aid bloodborne pathogens

. Occupational Compliance Training Courses   Bloodborne Pathogen – Pathogenic microorganisms that are present in human blood and can cause disease in humans. It’s important that each employee should understand what they are, how they are transmitted and how individuals can protect themselves. Each employer having employees with occupational exposure shall establish a written Exposure … Read more

Emergency Preparedness Planning

Emergency Prepardness Plan slide

American Heart Association statistics reveal that we lose 325,000 victims per year. Only 1 out of 3 people receive CPR and once a person collapses, brain damage starts in 4 to 6 minutes. The brain becomes dead after 10 minutes due to a lack of oxygenated blood. The average EMS (911) response time is 12 … Read more

AED Sales and Training

AED Sales and Training

Trainers Over Texas Sells AEDs (Automated External Defibrillators) and trains business, industry, staff and employees in their use. We carry the best brands & replacement parts and help you integrate them into your Emergency Plan. AEDs are manufactured and sold under guidelines approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The FDA may require someone … Read more

CPR / First Aid / AED Training Courses

CPR First Aid Industrial Training for Companies Businesses and Corporations Texas

CPR Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation CPR is an emergency procedure performed in an effort to manually preserve intact brain function until further steps are taken to restore blood circulation and breathing for a person in cardiac arrest. CPR alone is unlikely to restart the heart, its main purpose is to restore partial flow of oxygenated blood … Read more

911 Operator Coaches CPR over Phone

CPR Operator Coaches CPR over Phone

What a great story, 911 operator coaching CPR over the phone to assist in saving a life. If this happened at work, wouldn’t it be reassuring if the people around you were already trained in CPR.? CPR does save lives! LINK (if the video is broken, listen to the actual 911 audio) Portland, Ore. — … Read more

California Legislator Proposes Bill to Require AED Devices in More Buildings

CA bill to require defibrillators in new buildings Legislation would apply to structures with occupancy of 200 or more

A forward-thinking legislator in California introduced a bill to require life-saving AED devices in more buildings than ever before. We wish a forward-thinking TEXAS legislator would introduce a bill here!  AEDs DO SAVE LIVES! Currently, AED devices are only required on school campuses and in nursing homes. SACRAMENTO — Most new buildings in California with … Read more

FDA Issues New AED Approval Guidelines

FDA takes steps to improve reliability of automated external defibrillators

The FDA has announced new approval criteria for the next generation of AED (Automated External Defibrillators) devices to make them more robust, reliable and safer. “It’s not that the old AEDs are bad, it’s just that newer ones will be even more reliable. AEDs absolutely do save lives!” The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced … Read more

A visit to the OSHA AED website

On the OSHA website, there is an area devoted to AEDs (Automated External Defibrillators) and SCA (Sudden Cardiac Arrest) in the workplace. There is LOTS of GREAT information there and we encourage everyone to be as well-read on Best Practices, Guidelines and Recommendations.  First Aid and CPR Saves Lives! There are articles there on AED … Read more

AED Laws

There are federal and state laws that apply to the purchase, use and liabilities of AEDs that must be complied with. These laws also address indemnification to responders of AEDs. AEDs are manufactured and sold under guidelines approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA). The FDA may require someone who purchases an AED to … Read more

Disaster Plan EMERGENCY Evacuation

Disaster Plan EMERGENCY Evacuation Kit. Some essentials are food, water, a battery-powered radio and a flashlight, plus extra batteries, a first aid kit, and sanitary supplies like toilet paper, soap, and plastic bags for waste of all kinds. Don’t forget about jackets and extra blankets if you live in a place where it gets cold … Read more

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