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Every five years, guidelines detailing how rescuers should perform vital first aid and basic life support techniques are updated based on medical research. The National Safety Council is at the leading edge of this process.
first aid and CPR training is available at an affordable price and has been updated to meet or exceed the 2015 CPR and ECC Guidelines. From OSHA compliance to workplace wellness, effective first aid and CPR training is vital to your organization's safety.
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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.
Teach others to save lives — become a certified NSC First Aid Instructor. The National Safety Council offers certification in first aid and CPR training, whether you need to be an instructor at your workplace or you're looking to teach as part of a community effort.
It's a matter of seconds. It's a matter of how quickly you can respond. Training is your safety net.
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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, Retired, Southwest Airlines
NSC provides First Aid Instructors exclusive tools and tips to help conduct their training.
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