Online CPR, AED, First -Aid and Bloodborne Pathogens training
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If you have questions about bloodborne pathogen training, we have answers!
Bloodborne pathogens are microorganisms that can be found in human blood and can cause diseases such as HIV, Hepatitis B, and Hepatitis C. These pathogens can also be present in other body fluids like semen, vaginal secretions, and saliva. They can spread through contact with infected blood or body … read more
Simply put, the answer to the question of “who primarily benefits from first aid training” is literally everyone. Those who complete the training gain a better understanding of how to help in an emergency. Those in an emergency benefit from people around them who have completed CPR and first aid training. And that’s not all.
When we think of CPR and resuscitation, we often imagine a scenario in which someone collapses and emergency workers rush in to help. In these situations, we often don’t think of ourselves as the one who is performing CPR, the one to save a life. We think that this will be a medical professional or a law enforcement officer.
You may already be familiar with CPR, First Aid, and AED certifications, but BLS classes and certifications are a bit different. With this in mind, let’s take a look at some of the questions we often hear about BLS certification.
What is BLS certification
BLS stands for Basic Life Support. This is the … read more
If your job requires that you be Basic Life Support (BLS) certified, you may have lots of questions about online BLS certification. We want to help you to pick the best BLS certification course, online or otherwise.
Here is our guide for 4 things to look for in a BLS online certification course.
Many people ask us if BLS certification is the same as CPR certification. The question makes sense, as the two are similar, and actually have a great deal in common. Because we thought you might have the same question, we thought we’d look more closely at whether BLS and CPR are the same things, and if not, how they are … read more