American Safety & Health Institute Programs

Flexible CPR & First Aid Training

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American Safety and Health Institute classes provide learners with access to high-quality, cost-effective, flexible certification training options. American Safety & Health Institute (ASHI) classes incorporate hands-on skills with ongoing retention resources. In fact with ASHI, you will enhance your own skill sets with a mix of videos, skill guides, PowerPoint presentations and other tools. Explore ASHI options below.

Basic First Aid

ASHI First Aid Classroom

The ASHI Basic First Aid course is intended for individuals who are not healthcare providers or professional rescuers but desire, or are required, to be certified in basic emergency medical care. This course helps learners develop basic first aid knowledge, skills, and the confidence to respond. This first aid training program is an excellent choice for both the community and workplace setting, and conforms to the 2015 AHA and ARC Guidelines Update for First Aid.

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CPR and AED

ASHI CPR Classroom

This course is designed specifically for laypeople, and is an excellent choice for CPR and defibrillator training in both community and workplace settings. This extremely flexible program will help prepare individuals to respond to sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) and choking incidents. This CPR and AED course conforms to the 2015 AHA Guidelines Update for CPR and ECC.

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CPR, AED, and First Aid

ASHI CPR First Aid Classroom

This course is designed specifically for laypeople or employers who are looking for a CPR, AED, and Basic First Aid combination training. This first aid, AED, and CPR certification course option 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.

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Advanced First Aid

ASHI First Aid Classroom

The ASHI Advanced First Aid course is designed for the person who needs or desires more first aid training than Basic First Aid, but not to the level of Emergency Medical Response. Perfect for corporate emergency response teams, this 17-21 hour Advanced First Aid certification course presents many of the most common illnesses and injuries responders are likely to encounter.

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Emergency Medical Response

EMR

ASHI Emergency Medical Response training program 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 education standards, however, it is not the intent of the Emergency Medical Response program to cross the EMS scope of practice threshold.

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Emergency Oxygen

Emergency Oxygen

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.

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Wilderness First Aid

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Wilderness environments create special situations not usually encountered in an urban or suburban environment. With an ASHI Wilderness First Aid class, first aid providers in a remote outdoor setting will be better prepared to respond when faced with limited resources, longer times to care for someone, and decisions about when and how fast to evacuate an ill or injured person. This comprehensive 16-hour wilderness first aid course meets or exceeds the Boy Scouts of America Wilderness First Aid Curriculum and Doctrine Guidelines, 2017 Edition.

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Administration of Epinephrine Auto-Injectors

EpiPen Trainer

Use and Administration of Epinephrine Auto-Injectors program teaches students about the causes of severe allergic reactions and how to recognize and treat anaphylaxis. It covers how to use an epinephrine auto-injector, the legal considerations for administering epinephrine, and how to prepare for an anaphylactic emergency.

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