The American Red Cross has provided health and safety services to the American public for almost a century.
For nearly a century, the American Red Cross has prepared people to save lives through health and safety education and training. From first aid, CPR and bloodborne pathogens training to swimming and lifeguarding, HIV/AIDS education and Babysitter's Training, American Red Cross Preparedness programs help people lead safer and healthier lives. The Red Cross constantly strives to respond to the preparedness concerns of Americans at home, in school and in the workplace. Today's innovative programs also include teaching lay persons and professionals how to use automated external defibrillators (AEDs) to save victims of sudden cardiac arrest. Last year, nearly 11 million people enrolled in American Red Cross health and safety courses."
Below are a few of our classes. Contact us for more information or to enroll in a course to fit your needs!
Adult CPR - 4 hour course
Recognize and care for breathing and cardiac emergencies in adults
Healthy lifestyles awareness
Heart disease prevention
Infant & Child CPR - 5 hour course
Recognize and care for breathing and cardiac emergencies in infants and children
Injury prevention for infants and adults in various environments
Babysitter's Training - 6-10 hour course
For boys and girls ages 11 to 15
Learn skills to provide safe and responsible care for children and infants
Develop skills in leadership, safety and safe play, basic care, first aid and professionalism
First Aid - 4 hour course
How to minimize the effects of shock
How to treat sudden illnesses, including poisonings and heat and cold emergencies
First aid for cuts, scrapes, bruises, burns, bleeding, and injuries to bones, muscles and joints such as sprains and strains
Preventing the spread of infectious diseases in the workplace is critical. That is why the Red Cross is offering a newly updated course to help employees protect themselves and enjoy a safer work environment.
In about two hours, employees learn how bloodborne pathogens are spread, how to prevent exposures and what to do if exposed to infections materials. Led by certified Red Cross instructors, this helps your organization comply with the training component of OSHA's Bloodbourne Pathogen Standard.