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Medical and First Aid

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Heat Illness Prevention

Preventing heat illness is a priority in numerous industries and workplaces around the world. No matter where you are working or what you are doing—driving a vehicle, harvesting vegetables or working in warehouses or construction sites—heat illness can strike before you even realize it.

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Medical and First Aid 8

First Steps in All First Aid Situations

The first moments of every emergency situation are always the most critical. Use this couse to learn about the “DR. ABC” method and the importance of quickly calling 9-1-1. This course also explains how and when to perform artificial respiration and CPR, as well as how to use an automatic or semiautomatic external defibrillator (AED). Based on: 30 CFR Part 46.5.c.2

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Medical and First Aid 9

First Aid for Emergencies

Be prepared to help in emergency situations. Use this course to prepare yourself and your team to recognize the symptoms of and provide first aid in various life-threatening emergency situations. A broad range of common emergencies are discussed, including heart attack, cardiac arrest, shock, choking, stroke, blood loss, amputations, poisoning, seizures, drug overdose, diabetic emergencies, and loss of consciousness. Based on: 30 CFR Part 46.5.c.2

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 10

First Aid for Common Injuries

Unfortunately, everybody gets hurt at some point. Use this course to prepare yourself and your team to recognize the symptoms of and provide first aid for various common injuries and illnesses. This course discusses concussions, eye injuries, burns (heat and chemical), fractures, dislocations, bites (insect, animal, and human), and environmental exposure emergencies such as heatstroke, hypothermia, and dehydration. Based on: 30 CFR Part 46.5.c.2

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 11

Bloodborne Pathogens Training for Non-Healthcare Workers

Bloodborne Pathogens for Non-Healthcare Workers is the focus of this program. In today’s environment of health issues, communicable diseases, and other health related topics, it’s important to understand some of the potential hazards we all have on a daily basis. These potential hazards exist at work, home, and everywhere you go, so you need to know to protect yourself from these hazards.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 12

Bloodborne Pathogens

This course defines bloodborne pathogens and describes common methods of transmission. It also provides details related to exposure risks, exposure prevention, and steps to take in the event of exposure to blood or potentially infected material. Hepatitis B, HIV, proper hygiene, and waste disposal are also discussed.

Based on: 29 CFR 1910.1030: Bloodborne Pathogens

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Medical and First Aid 12

Bloodborne Pathogens – The Complete Program

This course defines bloodborne pathogens and describes common methods of transmission. It also provides details related to exposure risks, exposure prevention, and steps to take in the event of exposure to blood or potentially infected material. Hepatitis B, HIV, proper hygiene, and waste disposal are also discussed.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 14

Bloodborne Pathogens and Needlestick for Healthcare Workers

Bloodborne Pathogens and Needlestick for Healthcare Workers Awareness. OSHA estimates that 5.6 million workers in the healthcare and related fields are at risk of being exposed to bloodborne pathogens. Since the threat of being infected by HIV and Hepatitis C are very real and present dangers, you must give serious thought to controlling your exposure to bloodborne pathogens.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 15

Adult, Child, Infant CPR and AED

A state of the art CPR training program. Provides information on the skills and techniques to save lives. This is a review on adult, child and infant CPR and obstructed airway. AED equipment will be shown how and when to use. This program will teach the key guidelines essential for saving the life of a person needing help.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 16

First Aid Training (Long)

First Aid program has been designed to help provide basic information that will help you properly apply first aid that can save lives, reduce recovery time and can possibly be the difference between temporary disability and lifelong disability for the victim. First aid is the immediate care given to the injured or suddenly ill person. It is temporary assistance that is rendered until competent medical care, if required, arrives and takes over.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 17

Anthrax Threat

This program discusses the threats of anthrax, pre-planning and handling threats in a safe manner. Although there is a massive amount of information available on this subject, it is important to help reduce fear of the anthrax threat, and fully explain what companies and employees can do to reduce this threat. This program features Dr. Dennis Perrota, state epidemiologist for the State of Texas, who explains how to protect yourself from the threat.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 17

Chemical and Biological Preparedness Threat

This program covers the basic aspects of chemical and biological threats, what they are and what we can do to protect ourselves. It examines the chemical and biological terrorism threat and how businesses and individuals can respond. Chris Troesh, Chemical Expert, is featured in this program.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 19

Disaster Workers Code of Safe Practices

This program reviews some basic guidelines and a code of safe practices to help disaster workers during emergencies.  Safety and health are important issues, not only to the people who are victims of disasters, but also to the professionals who render emergency services. Describes safety procedures and personal protective equipment guidelines and tips. Great to use as orientation training program for volunteer fire departments and emergency response personnel.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 20

Nuclear and Radiological Weapons

This video was produced with the assistance of Homeland Security, Louisiana Emergency Response and the 62nd Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Response Team. Nuclear / Biological / Weapons expert Chris Troesh has made this program easy to understand and provides vital information to anyone who may be exposed to nuclear radiation, primarily from the explosion of a dirty bomb or accidental release.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 21

Preventing Hypothermia

Hypothermia – In this short training program, we’ll concentrate on the basics of hypothermia, frostbite, and first aid. Throughout the program, you should understand that medical experts often disagree on the treatment of hypothermia and frostbite; therefore you should always consult your medical advisor relating to any medical treatment or first aid procedures for any type of illness or injury. In cold weather or cold conditions, Hypothermia can be a very serious health risk. This program covers aspects of treatment and prevention.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 22

Needlestick Prevention

This program is designed to heighten awareness relating to needlestick injuries and to provide measures you can use to reduce these potentially serious injuries. OSHA estimates that 5.6 million workers in the health care industry and related occupations are at risk of occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens. According to NIOSH, it is estimated that 800,000 needlestick injuries occur annually. This program is designed to heighten awareness in needlestick injuries and to provide measures to reduce serious injuries.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 23

Hand Safety

Imagine performing daily activities such as writing, driving a car, or using a phone without your hands. Because hands are used so frequently, hand safety can be taken for granted. The construction and manufacturing industries pose a particular risk to the hands due to the size and complexity of the equipment and machinery present. This course will provide general hand safety awareness and discuss techniques for avoiding common hand injuries.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 24

Universal Precautions – Infection Control

With the proper precautions and information, you can reduce your chances of contracting and spreading infections. Certainly, the most deadly forms or infections are Hepatitis B and the AIDS viruses. Anyone Involved with security, custodial or administration should know about infection control procedures, especially now with more virulent strains of bacteria becoming commonplace in many health care facilities. This video can also be used for nursing staffs, lab technicians and anyone else who would normally receive universal precautions training.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 25

How to Prevent Hand and Wrist Injuries

Your hands are literally extensions of your brain.  Your hands and wrists are important to every aspect of your life.  This program is designed to show you what you can do to prevent injuries and what to do in case of an accident. Covers with how injuries occur & how to prevent them, as well as the anatomy of the hand & how to prevent the different parts from injury in both the workplace and home.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 26

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a condition that can hinder your hand movements and cause a great deal of pain. CTS can be disabling. This program covers anatomy of the hand and prevention of CTS. Video explains what CTS is, how to avoid getting CTS and what you can do to help relieve the affects of CTS.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 7

Heat Illness Prevention

Preventing heat illness is a priority in numerous industries and workplaces around the world. No matter where you are working or what you are doing—driving a vehicle, harvesting vegetables or working in warehouses or construction sites—heat illness can strike before you even realize it.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 8

First Steps in All First Aid Situations

The first moments of every emergency situation are always the most critical. Use this couse to learn about the “DR. ABC” method and the importance of quickly calling 9-1-1. This course also explains how and when to perform artificial respiration and CPR, as well as how to use an automatic or semiautomatic external defibrillator (AED). Based on: 30 CFR Part 46.5.c.2

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 9

First Aid for Emergencies

Be prepared to help in emergency situations. Use this course to prepare yourself and your team to recognize the symptoms of and provide first aid in various life-threatening emergency situations. A broad range of common emergencies are discussed, including heart attack, cardiac arrest, shock, choking, stroke, blood loss, amputations, poisoning, seizures, drug overdose, diabetic emergencies, and loss of consciousness. Based on: 30 CFR Part 46.5.c.2

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 10

First Aid for Common Injuries

Unfortunately, everybody gets hurt at some point. Use this course to prepare yourself and your team to recognize the symptoms of and provide first aid for various common injuries and illnesses. This course discusses concussions, eye injuries, burns (heat and chemical), fractures, dislocations, bites (insect, animal, and human), and environmental exposure emergencies such as heatstroke, hypothermia, and dehydration. Based on: 30 CFR Part 46.5.c.2

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 11

Bloodborne Pathogens Training for Non-Healthcare Workers

Bloodborne Pathogens for Non-Healthcare Workers is the focus of this program. In today’s environment of health issues, communicable diseases, and other health related topics, it’s important to understand some of the potential hazards we all have on a daily basis. These potential hazards exist at work, home, and everywhere you go, so you need to know to protect yourself from these hazards.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 12

Bloodborne Pathogens

This course defines bloodborne pathogens and describes common methods of transmission. It also provides details related to exposure risks, exposure prevention, and steps to take in the event of exposure to blood or potentially infected material. Hepatitis B, HIV, proper hygiene, and waste disposal are also discussed.

Based on: 29 CFR 1910.1030: Bloodborne Pathogens

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 12

Bloodborne Pathogens – The Complete Program

This course defines bloodborne pathogens and describes common methods of transmission. It also provides details related to exposure risks, exposure prevention, and steps to take in the event of exposure to blood or potentially infected material. Hepatitis B, HIV, proper hygiene, and waste disposal are also discussed.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 14

Bloodborne Pathogens and Needlestick for Healthcare Workers

Bloodborne Pathogens and Needlestick for Healthcare Workers Awareness. OSHA estimates that 5.6 million workers in the healthcare and related fields are at risk of being exposed to bloodborne pathogens. Since the threat of being infected by HIV and Hepatitis C are very real and present dangers, you must give serious thought to controlling your exposure to bloodborne pathogens.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 15

Adult, Child, Infant CPR and AED

A state of the art CPR training program. Provides information on the skills and techniques to save lives. This is a review on adult, child and infant CPR and obstructed airway. AED equipment will be shown how and when to use. This program will teach the key guidelines essential for saving the life of a person needing help.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 16

First Aid Training (Long)

First Aid program has been designed to help provide basic information that will help you properly apply first aid that can save lives, reduce recovery time and can possibly be the difference between temporary disability and lifelong disability for the victim. First aid is the immediate care given to the injured or suddenly ill person. It is temporary assistance that is rendered until competent medical care, if required, arrives and takes over.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 17

Anthrax Threat

This program discusses the threats of anthrax, pre-planning and handling threats in a safe manner. Although there is a massive amount of information available on this subject, it is important to help reduce fear of the anthrax threat, and fully explain what companies and employees can do to reduce this threat. This program features Dr. Dennis Perrota, state epidemiologist for the State of Texas, who explains how to protect yourself from the threat.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 17

Chemical and Biological Preparedness Threat

This program covers the basic aspects of chemical and biological threats, what they are and what we can do to protect ourselves. It examines the chemical and biological terrorism threat and how businesses and individuals can respond. Chris Troesh, Chemical Expert, is featured in this program.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 19

Disaster Workers Code of Safe Practices

This program reviews some basic guidelines and a code of safe practices to help disaster workers during emergencies.  Safety and health are important issues, not only to the people who are victims of disasters, but also to the professionals who render emergency services. Describes safety procedures and personal protective equipment guidelines and tips. Great to use as orientation training program for volunteer fire departments and emergency response personnel.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 20

Nuclear and Radiological Weapons

This video was produced with the assistance of Homeland Security, Louisiana Emergency Response and the 62nd Weapons of Mass Destruction Civil Response Team. Nuclear / Biological / Weapons expert Chris Troesh has made this program easy to understand and provides vital information to anyone who may be exposed to nuclear radiation, primarily from the explosion of a dirty bomb or accidental release.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 21

Preventing Hypothermia

Hypothermia – In this short training program, we’ll concentrate on the basics of hypothermia, frostbite, and first aid. Throughout the program, you should understand that medical experts often disagree on the treatment of hypothermia and frostbite; therefore you should always consult your medical advisor relating to any medical treatment or first aid procedures for any type of illness or injury. In cold weather or cold conditions, Hypothermia can be a very serious health risk. This program covers aspects of treatment and prevention.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 22

Needlestick Prevention

This program is designed to heighten awareness relating to needlestick injuries and to provide measures you can use to reduce these potentially serious injuries. OSHA estimates that 5.6 million workers in the health care industry and related occupations are at risk of occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens. According to NIOSH, it is estimated that 800,000 needlestick injuries occur annually. This program is designed to heighten awareness in needlestick injuries and to provide measures to reduce serious injuries.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 23

Hand Safety

Imagine performing daily activities such as writing, driving a car, or using a phone without your hands. Because hands are used so frequently, hand safety can be taken for granted. The construction and manufacturing industries pose a particular risk to the hands due to the size and complexity of the equipment and machinery present. This course will provide general hand safety awareness and discuss techniques for avoiding common hand injuries.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 24

Universal Precautions – Infection Control

With the proper precautions and information, you can reduce your chances of contracting and spreading infections. Certainly, the most deadly forms or infections are Hepatitis B and the AIDS viruses. Anyone Involved with security, custodial or administration should know about infection control procedures, especially now with more virulent strains of bacteria becoming commonplace in many health care facilities. This video can also be used for nursing staffs, lab technicians and anyone else who would normally receive universal precautions training.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 25

How to Prevent Hand and Wrist Injuries

Your hands are literally extensions of your brain.  Your hands and wrists are important to every aspect of your life.  This program is designed to show you what you can do to prevent injuries and what to do in case of an accident. Covers with how injuries occur & how to prevent them, as well as the anatomy of the hand & how to prevent the different parts from injury in both the workplace and home.

Learn More or Order »
Medical and First Aid 26

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome

Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (CTS) is a condition that can hinder your hand movements and cause a great deal of pain. CTS can be disabling. This program covers anatomy of the hand and prevention of CTS. Video explains what CTS is, how to avoid getting CTS and what you can do to help relieve the affects of CTS.

Learn More or Order »