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  • Consider these facts:

    • ​25% of all emergency room visits can be avoided with basic first aid and CPR certification
    • Sudden cardiac arrest represents 13% of all workplace deaths
    • Nearly 5 million workers were injured on the job in 2012, costing companies $198.2 billion
    • 75% of all out-of-hospital heart attacks happen at home
  • Go with the Expert

    Not all first aid and CPR courses are created equal. Many providers don't offer the comprehensive training needed to meet OSHA First Aid Standard 29 CFR 1910.151. Don't put your employees' safety at risk. Go with the expert in occupational first aid and CPR training.

  • What to Expect with the New 2015 ECC Guidelines

    ​In this free webinar, an NSC First Aid expert discusses the changes to the Guidelines and what they mean to your first aid training program.

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  • AEDs in the Workplace Save Lives

    ​Paramedics can take eight to 12 minutes to arrive, but someone suffering sudden cardiac arrest needs help immediately. A bystander with access to an AED can greatly improve the chance of survival.

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  • “Our employees are able to attend training and return to their stations the same day. Not only has the NSC online course made a difference in our program, it has made a momentous difference in our operation.”
    Lisa Dossett, Safety & Security Department, Southwest Airlines

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