First Aid, CPR, & AED Certification

If you have employees in need of first aid, CPR, or AED certifications, we can offer training right at your facility! Because we understand that each organization is unique in their training needs, we offer a variety of training options to choose from:

  • Basic Family and Friends CPR/AED (not a certification course)
  • Adult CPR/AED
  • Adult & Pediatric CPR/AED
  • Adult & Pediatric First Aid, CPR/AED
Included with all courses:

Participants will receive a two-year certification in the selected course. The courses meet OSHA requirements. They teach workplace responders and anyone who wants to be prepared to respond to emergencies and provide care until medical professionals arrive. Our experienced trainers are well equipped to answer questions and make sure the students are comfortable with the skills they learn when they complete the course.

Our training mannequins have LED indicators, allowing for instant feedback to both instructor and student regarding their rate of chest compressions. Instructors can monitor several students quickly and easily, while students themselves can visually gauge their compression rate, reinforcing proper technique. A depth of compression is a crucial skill as well. Class participants learn proper compression depth with the mannequin’s audible ‘clicking’ sound. When compressions are done to the recommended depth, the mannequin’s ‘click’ lets students know they are applying the appropriate force.

Upon completion of the course, participants will receive a digital copy of their certification. Certifications will also be sent to the employer to file as needed.

Interested in purchasing an AED? Ask us about the NH Safety Department’s direct purchase AED program for access to discounted AEDs!

Bloodborne Pathogens Training

This can be added to any CPR training or offered as stand-alone training. The Bloodborne Pathogens training course teaches participants how bloodborne pathogens are spread, how to help prevent exposure incidents, and how to recognize, report, and follow up on employee exposure to infectious materials. After taking the course, participants will be encouraged to talk with their employer about their workplace’s specific policies and procedures.

Each participant will receive a certificate indicating a completion of Bloodborne Pathogens training that is valid for 1-year. Training must be completed annually as required by OSHA regulations.