University and College Safety Training

First Aid & CPR

Safety Training: First Aid & CPR

This course covers basic First Aid and CPR practices in the workplace, though it does not provide certification for either. Topics include appropriate responses to emergency situations such as bleeding, shock, burns, eye injuries, heart attack, fractures, and exposure to chemicals.

The goal of the course is to give employees the confidence to face emergency and first aid situations, knowing where their responsibilities begin and end.

OSHA: 29 CFR 1910.152 [Reserved] Subpart K; 29 CFR 1910.151 Subpart K

  • Three "S" 's of First Aid
  • Personal Liability and "Good Samaritan Laws"
  • Universal Precautions for Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Steps in Assessing a Scene and Victim(s)
  • Caring for a Victim when: In Shock; Bleeding, Amputation, and Impalement; Burned, including Chemical and Electrical Burns

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