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AHA Heartsaver First Aid/CPR Class, 8 hour

This classroom course trains in basic First Aid, CPR, and AED skills and is designed to meet and exceed OSHA requirements Includes book

OVER 20% SAVINGS on this Life Changing/Life Saving Class given on site at your facility by the very best instructors with real life experience.
Our classes are informative, lively, thought provoking and FUN!!! Our instructors are Fire, Police, EMT and Nursing personnel.

Special Pricing $100 per person minimum of 5 people (includes book) With this special, if you have 20 or more call us and ask for the volume discount.

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How does Ebola influence your current Safety Plan?

Special Deal on Bloodborne Pathogen Training

In light of the Ebola concerns we are running a special now through December 30th
1 . 5 hour Customized Bloodborne Pathogen Training at $25pp with a 10 person minimum
Call Greg 815-343-3163 or Heather 312-243-9989
Other customized training and safety plan updates pertaining to Ebola and Bloodborne Pathogens are available upon request

Currently, most people in the U.S. are not likely to encounter Ebola virus or individuals with Ebola Hemorrhagic Fever (EHF). Exposure to the virus or someone with EHF could be a possibility in certain occupations including healthcare, mortuary/death care, airline industries and shipping industries as in large freight ships. Ebola is transmitted through bodily fluids such as blood, sweat, tears, mucus and saliva. Proper bloodborne pathogen training can teach you good infection control practices along with what PPE and respiratory protection to use. Workers who interact with people, animals, goods, and equipment arriving in the U.S. from foreign countries with current EHF outbreaks are at the greatest risk for exposure.
If you have the potential for Ebola virus contamination, precautionary measures can be taken. Depending on the environment, precautionary measures will vary. Your infection control strategy may need to be modified to include additional personal protective equipment (PPE) and other safe practices.

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