EMS Safety

EMS Safety

EMS Safety

EMS Safety

The CPR and AED Certification course offered by EMS Safety Services, Inc. is OSHA compliant and is approved by federal, state, municipal and private/nonprofit organizations. This training program may be taught separately or as part of a comprehensive safety course.

The EMS Safety CPR, AED and First Aid for Caregivers program is ideal for personal caregivers, assisted living facility staff and active seniors. Additional topics include,

Diabetes Management, Medication Safety, Fall Prevention, and Fall Proofing

The Basic First Aid course offered by EMS Safety Services, Inc. is OSHA compliant and is approved by federal, state, municipal and private/nonprofit organizations. Topics include Medical emergencies, Patient Assessment and Movement, Scene Assessment, Injuries and traumatic emergencies, Personal protective equipment, Responding to an emergency, Environmental emergencies, Bloodborne pathogens, Legal Issues and consent, and First aid kit contents

The EMS Safety BBP program is ideal for emergency responders and anyone with potential exposure to blood or body fluids. Additional topics include Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Workplace Transmission, and Hepatitis B & C Viruses.

The EMS Safety Emergency Oxygen Administration program is ideal for emergency responders and healthcare providers. Additional topics include, Oxygen Types and Uses, Oxygen Admin Devices, Risks, and Oxygen Storage and Safety.

The EMS Safety CPR, AED and First Aid for Childcare Providers program is ideal for childcare providers, parents and babysitters. Additional topics include, Recognizing Maltreatment, Dehydration, and Indoor, Water, and Playground Safety,

The EMS Safety CPR, AED and First Aid for Community Rescuer programs are ideal for workplace and community Spanishspeaking responders. Course includes CPR, AED, and First Aid.

The EMS Safety BLS for Healthcare Providers program is ideal for professional rescuers and public safety personnel. Topics include Team CPR, Ventilation Devices, and Pre-Hospital and Hospital Scenarios