Grant Assisted Emergency Response Training
CPR – First Aid – AED Training & On-Site Emergency Response Planning

3 Certifications Good 2 For Years
American Heart

Certification Good for 2 Years
American Heart

AED Certification

Good For 2 Years
American Heart

Be Emergency Ready
OSHA Compliant
CPR/First Aid/AED Training Details - Grant managed by the Illinois Safety Council
  1. $495 for each class of Ten Attendees Trained On-Site at your Facility – (No Instructor /Student Travel Cost Charged
  2. Attendees Receive American Heart Training Material – 5 Certifications
  3. First Aid-AED-CPR Adult, Child, Infant.
  4. American Heart CPR Certifications are good for Two Years / First Aid Certification good for Two years/ AED Two years
  5. Grant will cover training performed in Illinois and anywhere in the USA.
  6. Training class of 10 attendees is typically 6.5 hours long (1/2 hour lunch included)
  7. Schedule Your Sessions Today – Call (312) 372-9756 / Good Until March 10th 2009.
  8. Click here to: Contact us by e-mail. To schedule or submit questions.

WHY TRAIN FOR CPR? Answers: 1) For OSHA Compliance 2) To Protect Your Own Employees.

  1. Your greatest workplace emergency is sudden illness or injury by an employee or visitor at your company.
  2. Heart attacks and workplace accidents occur every few minutes. Is outside help more then 5 minutes away?
  3. Do your workers have the skills and resources like an AED‘s to provide the stricken person the needed aid?
  4. This grant will assist in the payment of your employees to be trained in CPR, First Aid and AED‘s.
  5. Learn more about AED‘s on selection, use and maintenance upon request with a no cost AED needs assessment.

OSHA Regulations Medical Services and First Aid OSHA 29 CFR:1910.151(b) In the absence of an infirmary, clinic, or hospital in near proximity to the workplace which is used for the treatment of all injured employees, a person or persons shall be adequately trained to render first aid. First aid supplies shall be readily available. Additional OSHA information at:

  1. Is your emergency response plan OSHA 29 CFR 1910.38(a) compliant? Up to date? Employees Trained?
  2. Does your plan cover weather related emergencies, hazardous material releases from outside sources, etc?
  3. How do you compare your emergency plan to others?
  4. Take advantage of best practice emergency response planning information available through this grant.
  5. Click here to: Contact us by e-mail.To order or submit questions.

Grant details On-Site Emergency Planning Assistance The On-Site Emergency Response Planning Guide The “Guide” explains the key elements of emergency and disaster planning and essential concepts for writing a personalized plan. The “Guide”comes with accompanying electronic software. The “Guide” can assist those responsible to create a plan or improve an existing plan to be effective and OSHA compliant for their facility. Free assistance from author is available. To Order – (312) 372-9756: Cost $40 – Includes electronic software.

OSHA Emergency Action Plans 29 CFR 1910.38(a) Application.
An employer must have an emergency action plan whenever an OSHA standard in this part requires one. The requirements in this section apply to each such emergency action plan. 1910.38(b) Written and oral emergency action plans. An emergency action plan must be in writing, kept in the workplace, and available to employees for review. However, an employer with 10 or fewer employees may communicate the plan orally. For OSHA Regulations:


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