International Occupational Health & Safety Association (IOHSA) training adheres to the internationally accepted guidelines established by ILCOR*, the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation Circulation (2015 Consensus Conference on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science)

This curriculum is equivalent and follows the same guidelines taught by the American Heart Association (AHA), American Red Cross (ARC), American Lifeguard Association (ALA), Emergency Care & Safety Institute (ECSI), EMS Safety Services, American CPR, Health & Safety Institute (HSI), American Health & Safety Institute (ASHI), MEDIC First Aid, and National Safety Council (NSC).

International Occupational Health & Safety Association (IOHSA) training adheres to OSHA regulations 29 CFR Directives, "OSHA Best Practices Guide: Fundamentals of a Workplace First-Aid Program", and United States Department of Labor requirements for CPR and First Aid Training.

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Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR)

Adult CPR

Course Description:

2015 ECC / ILCOR / AHA Compliant! This course covers everything you need to know about providing basic CPR techniques to adult victims. This course also includes curriculum on adult responsive victims with a foreign body airway obstruction (choking). This course is intended for individuals who only need training for the adult and does not instruct on child and infant procedures.

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Adult-Child-Infant CPR

Course Description:

2015 ECC / ILCOR / AHA Compliant! Adult-Child-Infant CPR Course 2010 ECC / ILCOR / AHA Compliant! This course covers everything you need to know about providing basic CPR techniques to adult, children and infant victims. This course also includes curriculum on any age of responsive victim with a foreign body airway obstruction (choking).

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BLS Healthcare Provider CPR

Course Description:

This ECC/ILCOR, Red Cross and American Heart Association equivalent curriculum provides training on situations involving adult, infant and child victims. The topic matter includes when and how to perform rescue breathing, bag-mask use, CPR and automated external defibrillators. The course also covers situations for lone rescuer CPR and multiple-rescuer CPR. Lastly, topic matter includes signs and symptoms of heart attacks in responsive adults and relief of an obstructed airway in responsive and

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