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Tampa Florida - The CPR School provides CPR AED First Aid Safety Training for many transportation and shipping companies.  We provide onsite CPR AED First Aid and Bloodborne Pathogens Safety Training Certification Classes for you and your officers at your Florida location.

From small businesses to large corporations we can help with all of your CPR AED First Aid Safety Training needs.  We believe you can reduce costs and minimize risk exposure while improving employee morale with The CPR School’s Safety Certification Training Programs.  Compare and save.  When you perform a cost benefit analysis, comparing in-house training provided by The CPR School versus sending your staff to an outside training site or using expensive "non-profit" agencies for training you can easily save your organization 25% of your annual safety training budget!

CPR for Transportation & Shipping WorkersThe CPR School will assist you with federal and state OSHA compliance and other safety training requirements.  Safety compliance does not have to be expensive and time consuming – we make safety affordable and won’t waste your time.  The CPR School’s employee health and safety training programs are designed to provide your business with everything necessary for Safety Training and Compliance.  On site training courses anywhere in the state of Florida.

Workplace Medical Emergencies happen every day and The CPR School can prepare your staff for these medical emergencies.  Now more than ever, good training is essential in the security and public safety field.  We can no longer pop in a video or DVD and expect people to pay attention and really learn.  Quality learning involves two directional communication flowing back and forth between a full time instructor and the students. Our CPR, First Aid and AED classes are both educational and fun. Our philosophy is that learning should be fun. We feel that if you have fun, laugh and the CPR class is interesting you will enjoy yourself and will absorb and retain the material better. Another major difference, all of our instructors have actually performed CPR, First Aid and used AEDs on real people.  Many of our competitors instructors do not have real world CPR First Aid AED experience.  Many simply read about CPR and First Aid in a book. We believe real world experience makes for a better instructor and believe you will too.  All of our courses are designed to comply with current OSHA regulations.  We offer onsite group safety training classes at your location or if you just have a few people you can attend one of our group classes held at our Jupiter - Palm Beach County training classroom. 


While we were on site to perform the CPR AED First Aid Safety class we inspected and tested their AEDs.  Several needed servicing so we installed a new battery and new electrode pads in each, tested the units and returned each AED to service.  We offer free AED inspections with each paid CPR AED First Aid Training Certification Class for our Florida clients.

If you own or operate an airline, airplane, helicpoter or a facility that services the airline industry you should be prepared to handle any and all medical emergencies.  Becasue of this, we have expanded our services to include onboard training for pilots, flight crew and ground crew / support personnel.  We can teach on your plane, at the airport or at any location you wish.  Please call us at 561-762-0500 to discuss your CPR AED and First Aid Safety Training needs.

The CPR School recently provided CPR, AED and First Aid training for the pilots, flight attendants and staff of an airline that flies Boeing 737 airplanes.  During the class we discussed the many potential medical emergencies that could happen both on the ground and in flight.  Some of the emergency medical safety topics discussed included heart attack, stroke, electrocution, diabetic emergencies, seizures, choking, allergic reactions, burns, bleeding, falls, sudden cardiac arrest and heat related medical emergencies.  In addition to medical emergencies we also talked about bloodborne pathogens and how to protect ourselves from Hepatitis and HIV while helping an injured person.

The students, who were mostly pilots and flight attendants were very interested in learning and asked a lot of great questions.  The quality of the questions was very impressive.  These people were really thinking about real life emergencies that could happen while in flight.  While on the ground, most of us are within 8-12 minutes of EMS – Emergency Medical Services.  While in flight we could be flying at 25,000 feet and the wait time to get to Emergency Medical Services could be a long way off.  That is why flight crew must be trained with real life scenarios, and interactive lectures.  The students must be encouraged to ask questions and the instructors should ask the students questions as well.  If a medical emergency occurs while in flight, you may not have time to look the answers up in a book and you maybe required to administer medical assistance immediately. 

Keith Murray, owner of The CPR School, LLC is also the lead instructor.  Keith indicates that they try to customize their classes to fit the industry.  For example, if they are teaching a class for pilots and flight attendants they spend more time talking about injuries such as heart attack and cardiac arrest, stroke, allergic reactions, and diabetic emergencies versus when we offer training classes for lifeguards we would spend more time on drowning, heat related emergencies and bites and stings from sea life.  We are very thorough in our classes, but we put greater emphasis on medical emergencies that are more likely to occur in that particular industry.  In all classes students are trained on at least two AEDs.  We feel that it is important that all students have actual hands on experience using several AEDs.

Keith Murray has first hand experience using AEDs and often shares his story about having to use an AED on a passenger waiting to board a Delta flight in Atlanta’s Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport.  Along with the help of two other passengers, they were able to perform CPR, rescue breathing and revive the victim with the first shock of the AED.  Fortunately for the passenger, Atlanta’s airport has AEDs everywhere for the public to access and use in the event of cardiac arrest.

In 1997, American Airlines became the first U.S. carrier to equip it’s aircraft fleet with Automatic External Defibrillators (AEDs).  In the first 10 years American had the AEDs on board it saved 76 lives.  Without the AED, most, if not all of these 76 passengers would not be alive today.

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) requires U.S. airlines to carry automated external defibrillators (AEDs) and enhanced emergency medical kits.  The rule applies to all airplanes flying domestic and international flights that weigh more than 7,500 pounds each and have at least one flight attendant. 

When a plane is flying at 25,000 feet, it takes at least 20 minutes to land for EMS to reach the plane.  Before AEDs were placed on planes there was little chance to save a passenger in cardiac arrest while in flight.

It is a requirement of OSHA that employees be given a safe and healthy workplace that is reasonably free of occupational hazards. However, it is unrealistic to expect accidents not to happen. Therefore, employers are required to provide medical and first aid personnel and supplies commensurate with the hazards of the workplace. The details of a workplace medical and first aid program are dependent on the circumstances of each workplace and employer.

The Rail Safety Improvement Act of 2008, commonly referred to as the Rail Safety Bill prohibits railroads from denying, delaying, or interfering with the medical or first aid treatment of injured workers, and the railroads may not discipline, or threaten discipline for requesting medical or first aid treatment. When requested by an injured employee, the railroads must arrange for immediate transportation to the nearest appropriate hospital for treatment.
- Regulated by the Federal Railroad Administration, U.S. Department of Transportation

We work with many large retailers and their security and loss prevention teams.  If your job may involve the apprehension of shoplifters trying to steal merchandise or if your job is to assist injured customers or staff members then our CPR AED First Aid and Bloodborne Pathogens Training Classes are essential for you and your team.

We work with many large retailers and their security and loss prevention teams.  If your job may involve the apprehension of shoplifters trying to steal merchandise or if your job is to assist injured customers or staff members then our CPR AED First Aid and Bloodborne Pathogens Training Classes are essential for you and your team.

OSHA 1910.151(a)
The employer shall ensure the ready availability of medical personnel for advice and consultation on matters of plant health.

OSHA 1910.151(b)
In the absence of an infirmary, clinic, or hospital in near proximity to the workplace which is used for the treatment of all injured employees, a person or persons shall be adequately trained to render first aid. Adequate first aid supplies shall be readily available.

Do you have AEDs – Automated External Defibrillators at your location?  If so, we can train your team how and when to use the AED.  We can also teach you how to inspect the AED to ensure that the AED battery and electrode pads are working properly.  If you do not have AEDs at your location, we can help with that too.  We can sell or lease your security company the AED and we also sell the AED electrode pads and AED batteries.  Please call us at 561-762-0500 to learn more.

What medical emergencies does the First Aid portion of the class cover?
The First Aid class covers care for a variety of different emergencies including:
* Legal/Ethical Concerns
* Blood Borne Pathogens,
* Calling 911 and Emergency Medical Services
* Scene Management and Patient Assessment
* Bleeding and Shock
* Burns
* Injuries to Muscles, Bones and Joints
* Allergic Reactions and respiratory Emergencies
* Diabetic Emergencies
* Poisonings and Overdoses
* Seizures and Strokes
* Heat Exhaustion and Hypothermia

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Lake County Florida – Town of Astatula, City of Clermont, City of Eustis, City of Fruitland Park, City of Groveland, Town of Howey-in-the-Hills, Town of Lady Lake, City of Leesburg, City of Mascotte, City of Minneola, Town of Montverde, City of Mount Dora, City of Tavares, City of Umatilla
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Lee County Florida - Bonita Springs, Cape Coral, Fort Myers, Fort Myers Beach, Sanibel
Hendry County Florida - Clewiston , Harlem, LaBelle, Port La Belle, Felda.Collier County Florida - Everglades City, Marco Island, Naples
Disclaimer: The American Heart Association strongly promotes knowledge and proficiency in CPR, First Aid and AED use and has developed instructional materials for this purpose. Use of these materials in an educational course or mention of the American Heart Association name does not represent course sponsorship or product endorsement by the American Heart Association, and any fees charged for such a course do not represent income to the Association.  

CPR AED First Aid Safety Training Classes at your Florida Business | AED Sales and Service in the following Florida locations:
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