International Occupational Health & Safety Association
“The foundation for international safety training & development tools.”
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.
5 hour course to include Part 1: CPR/First Aid/Choking Basics and Part 2: Babysitter and Caregiver Basics. The course is instructor led and will include DVD presentation materials as well as hands on activities pertinent to child supervision. The caregiver portion will include bottle-feeding, feeding, diapering, burping, washing, sanitizing, and fire safety instructions. The babysitter basics introduction will include an example flier and safe marketing tips as well as key babysitter intervie
Part 1: Adult, Child, Infant CPR and Choking, Basic First Aid
Part 2: Introduction to Babysitting, Safety and Injury Prevention, Leadership and Conflict Resolution, Play Time and Activities, and Caregiving for children and infants
Course is recommended for ages 10 and up. There are no minimum age requirements for participating. Students must be able to competently perform the required skills to receive any certification card.
Written evaluation is required when specified by local organization, or local or state governmental agency. Students successfully completing their specific course requirements will receive a certificate of completion.
This course focuses on delivering emergency oxygen to breathing and non-breathing persons, emergency oxygen delivery systems, and integrating pulse oximetry. It is intended for individuals who desire to be trained in the administration of emergency oxygen. Prerequisites include current CPR or CPR and First Aid certification within previous 24 month.
This state-of-the-art, yet user friendly pet first aid course and application teaches you basic pet care, CPR, rescue breathing, the Heimlich maneuver, and many vital steps to save your pet's life. You will also learn steps to prevent emergency situations and better protect your 4-legged best friend!
This course covers what trainers need to teach, how to teach, and what tools to use for Training. Trainers include independent instructors that are field-experienced EMS providers, nurses or other healthcare providers. Trainers also include in-house personnel at organizations that utilize the online training portal for student course study and cognitive testing, reducing training man hours. After students perform and pass online course study, trainers are responsible for ensuring important lifesaving psychomotor skills have been learned. Trainers perform skills checks and skills reviews or skills refreshers with students. Trainers can easily use the Training Scenarios Tool to encourage 15 minute SHORT training sessions and scenario drills at their organizations. Trainer certification is every 2 years. Certified Instructors for organizations such as Red Cross, American Heart Association, ECSI, National Safety Council, ASHI or Medic First Aid can obtain reciprocity.