CPR, AED and Basic First Aid combination training allows instructors an easy option for students seeking a comprehensive training class. The program helps develop basic first aid knowledge and skills, and the confidence to respond. CPR, AED and Basic First Aid combination training is an excellent choice for both the community and workplace setting, and conforms to the 2015 AHA Guidelines Update for CPR and ECC, and the 2015 AHA and ARC Guidelines Update for First Aid.
Basic Life Support
Basic Life Support training reinforces healthcare professionals' understanding of the importance of early CPR and defibrillation, basic steps of performing CPR, relieving choking, and using an AED; and the role of each link in the Chain of Survival.
Bloodborne Pathogens program includes information that will help students understand what bloodborne pathogens are and how risks of exposure can be reduced for themselves and others. The program assists in satisfying the training requirements of the U.S. Department of Labor, OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29 CFR 1920.1030).
Any individual or employee who has a reasonable anticipation of contact with blood or other potentially infectious materials as a result of performing designated job duties.
Recognized certification period: May not exceed 12 months from class completion date.
Serious and life-threatening medical emergencies often cause oxygen to be depleted in the body leaving the victim at risk for shock. ASHI Emergency Oxygen program focuses on administering emergency oxygen to breathing and non-breathing persons, emergency oxygen delivery systems and integrating pulse oximetry.
Individuals who desire or are required to be trained in the administration of emergency oxygen.
Emergency Medical Response is designed to provide non-EMS responders including government, corporate, law enforcement and corrections personnel with a level of training comparable to a professional Emergency Medical Responder. This 48-hour course is consistent with national EMS curriculum requirements and educations standards, however, it is not the intent of the Emergency Medical Response program to cross the EMS scope of practice threshold.