OSHA CPR Requirements

OSHA, also know as the Occupational Safety and Health Administration was formed by congress in 1970 to protect the safety of United States workers. This organization has established workplace regulations, educational trainings, and frequently inspects workplaces to ensure the employee’s safety. With these new regulations OSHA has been extremely effective and has seen a fifty percent drop in workplace fatalities since 1970.

During a cardiac arrest CPR is a lifesaving technique that can double a victim’s chance of survival. OSHA recommends and requires CPR for logging operations, electric power generation, transmissions, and distribution. According to OSHA’s 29 CFR 1910.151(b) if a hospital or clinic is not in near proximity to the workplace First Aid training is required and First Aid supplies must be available in the workplace.  While the term “near proximity” can be ambiguous, OSHA has defined it as no greater than three to four minutes away from your workplace.

At CPR of America we have provided hundreds of companies with high quality American Heart Association CPR and First Aid training. Our list of clients include Harvard University, IBM, the Hilton Hotel Chains, Gentle Dental, Crunch Fitness, and many more. Whether you are a Fortune 500 company or small business we cater our training toward your needs. Most importantly with our courses we ensure that in a medical emergency your employees will have the training and confidence to save a life.

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Topics included in our CPR and First Aid course include the following

·        Delivering high quality chest compression

·        Providing Ventilations with a pocket mask

·        Two rescuer CPR

·        American Heart Association Scene Safety and Assessment

·        How to evaluate a victim who is DNR or Do not Resuscitate

·        Providing adnominal thrusts to elevate an object

·        Modifications to an unresponsive choking victim

·        Using a tourniquet to stop excessive bleeding

·        Using gauze to stop infections

·        Delivering epinephrine with an Epi-Pen

·        And MUCH MORE!!