The American Safety & Health Institute
American Safety & Health Institute (ASHI) classes students remember because our programs incorporate hands-on skills with ongoing retention resources.
Our ASHI, instructors combine their own skill-sets with a mix of videos, skill guides, PowerPoint presentations and other tools to efficiently and effectively deliver classes that meet our students’ needs.
ASHI training programs are recognized, accepted and approved by, or meet the requirements of, nearly 2,400 state regulatory agencies, occupational licensing boards, national associations, commissions and councils in more than 120 occupations and professions.
Wilderness environments create special situations not usually encountered in an urban or suburban environment. With an ASHI Wilderness First Aid class, first aid providers in a remote outdoor setting will be better prepared to respond when faced with limited resources, longer times to care for someone, and decisions about when and how fast to evacuate an ill or injured person. This comprehensive 16-hour wilderness first aid course meets or exceeds the Boy Scouts of America Wilderness First Aid Curriculum and Doctrine Guidelines, 2017 Edition.
Covers use and administration of epinephrine auto-injectors, the legal considerations for administering epinephrine and how to prepare for an anaphylactic emergency.
Provides non-EMS responders, including government, corporate, law enforcement, and corrections personnel, with a level of training comparable to a professional emergency medical responder.
Focuses on administering emergency oxygen to individuals, emergency oxygen delivery systems, and integrating pulse oximetry.