First Aid Training

First Aid, CPR and AED Training

Someone without oxygen can suffer brain damage in just four minutes and brain death in just eight to 10 minutes. In many cases, it can take 10 minutes or more for emergency medical personnel to arrive.

That’s why having someone at your site who can deliver first aid quickly and effectively is so important.

Two Special Offers, Straight from the Heart

In honor of Heart Month in February, NSC is offering a $50 discount on any onsite First Aid class. To qualify, complete the onsite First Aid client request form by June 30, 2020. The onsite course is taught at your workplace, on your schedule. Visit nsc.org/FAHeartMonth for more information or to sign up. This discount is valid for up to six classes when requested at the same time.

If you have a First Aid instructor rating with another provider, you may qualify to become an NSC Instructor, and NSC will pay for the cost of your Instructor Kit ($175 value). Visit nsc.org/FAinstructHM for more information or to sign up. This offer is valid through June 30, 2020.

NSC is the leader in First Aid training. So take heart and take advantage of our special offers.

Learn First Aid From the Experts

The National Safety Council is the expert in occupational first aid and CPR training. Guidelines detailing how rescuers should perform vital first aid and basic life support techniques are updated periodically based on medical research, and NSC is an active participant in this process.

Not all first aid courses are the same. Many don’t offer the comprehensive training needed to meet OSHA First Aid Standard 29 CFR 1910.151. NSC training meets this standard, as well as the latest CPR and first aid guidelines, and can be customized to meet the specific needs of your industry.

NSC first aid offerings include:

Authorized Instructors Can Come to You

NSC can send an authorized instructor to your work site to provide training to your employees on a schedule that's most convenient. On-site training eliminates the need for travel expenses or extra time away from work. Every year, NSC trains more than 500,000 first aid responders.