Safer Construction Sites are First Built with CPR and AED Training

According to OSHA, approximately one in five workplace deaths happens on a construction site.  There are many health emergencies that can happen to construction injuryworkers including heart attack, stroke, electrocution, dismemberment, breaks, and sprains, etc.  By training the staff on how to respond to cardiac and first aid emergencies, businesses can help protect themselves against financial losses and, more importantly, save lives.

The American Heart Association provides courses designed to train staff on what to do in the event of an emergency.   The Heartsaver® course is ideal for training construction workers in CPR, AED, First Aid, and Bloodborne Pathogens.  In-Pulse CPR, a local American Heart Training Center, can assist in scheduling one of these 5 hour trainings for your business.  Contact us online today or call us at 877-226-7311 for more information.

 

ABOUT THE AUTHOR

Troy Bowman
Troy has been the the VP and CFO of In-Pulse CPR since September, 2009. Troy is married to Mollie who is the owner and TCC for the company. Currently they have 7 children with several of them grown up. Troy enjoys outdoor activities including camping, hiking, and spending time with his family.