On-Site First Aid, CPR, and AED training

Safety Training Programs

Our Safety Training Programs and First Aid services are designed and executed to provide a safer work place, prevent emergencies and help keep you in compliance.  We take this responsibility very seriously and our Instructors are CERTIFIED, well versed and up-to-date on California’s latest safety and first aid regulations and requirements.  First Aid 2000’s Certified Instructors regularly attend safety, first aid and disaster preparedness seminars as a form of continuous education in an effort to keep you abreast of the latest, most innovative products, techniques and discoveries available to the safety and first aid community.

Choose from a wide variety of training programs including:

  • First Aid
  • CPR
  • AED
  • General PPE

These training programs encompass a comprehensive array of life-saving skills and safety protocols. \First Aid course equips participants with vital knowledge to respond swiftly and effectively to various medical emergencies. It covers injury assessment, wound management, and basic medical interventions. CPR training imparts the essential techniques of cardiopulmonary resuscitation, empowering individuals to restore breathing and circulation during cardiac events. AED instruction focuses on the operation of Automated External Defibrillators, enabling quick response to sudden cardiac arrests. Lastly, the General Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) program educates attendees on the significance of PPE in safeguarding against workplace hazards. It covers the proper selection, usage, and maintenance of PPE, promoting a safer environment. These programs offer indispensable expertise that can make a critical difference in emergencies and enhance overall safety awareness.

Dummy torso used in First Aid, CPR, and AED training on job site

Are You Compliant?

Based on Federal OSHA Regulation Standard 1910.151.b: “Adequate first aid supplies shall be readily available.” This rule applies to treatment of minor injuries that occur in the workplace.

*OSHA (U.S. Department of Labor Occupational Safety & Health Administration) specifically references ANSI Z308.1-2021 Minimum Requirements for Workplace First-Aid Kits in Appendix A of 29 CFR 1910.151 for establishment of the minimal contents of a generic first aid kit for the workplace.