Covid-19 compliant training

Due to the Covid-19 crisis, safety measures have been implemented by the CDC and other governing bodies, until an unknown future date. This includes 1 to 1 ratio practice with gloves, hand sanitizer and masks, which means no face to face practice with a training partner in close proximity (as is common). No mouth to mouth practice (if typically required for the specific course). Students are spaced out at a minimum of 6 feet from other students. Zoom (distance learning) training may be offered, depending on course type and requirements.

Zoom-based training

Some courses can be provided through the Zoom training option. Courses that do not require written test compliance. The equipment that is needed for the training (ie: Manikins, Epi-Pen trainers) are dropped off in advance to the student. The training is provided with the instructor supervising and offering encouragement and correction over the Zoom portal. This can be offered for individuals, we well as groups. Contact us for more info.

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Course Catalog

Accident Investigation

Active Shooter Awareness

Aerial Boom Lift Operator
       // certification provided

Asbestos Awareness

Basics of Safety Leadership
       // OSHA overview, Workers comp review, Safety culture,
          effective safety leadership


Bloodborne Pathogens/Infection Control

Confined Space
       // including practical rescue, if needed

Defensive Driving

Electrical Safety Awareness
       // General awareness only, not NFPA70e certification

Fall Prevention
       // Personal fall arrest systems, other methods of fall 
          protection

  
Hand Safety
       //hand injury prevention, crushing/pinch point injuries,
         review of current technologies available


Hand tool & Portable Power Tool Safety
      // general awareness, specific tool safety as requested

Hazard Communication (HAZCOM)
      // GHS compliant

Heat Illness Prevention

Accident Investigation

Active Shooter Awareness

Aerial Boom Lift Operator
       // certification provided

Asbestos Awareness

Basics of Safety Leadership
       // OSHA overview, Workers comp review, 
          Safety culture, effective safety
          leadership


Bloodborne Pathogens/Infection Control

Confined Space
       // including practical rescue, if needed

Defensive Driving

Electrical Safety Awareness
       // General awareness only, not NFPA70e
          certification


Fall Prevention
       // Personal fall arrest systems, other
          methods of fall protection

  
Hand Safety
       //hand injury prevention, crushing/pinch
         point injuries, review of current
         technologies available


Hand tool & Portable Power Tool Safety
      // general awareness, specific tool safety
         as requested


Hazard Communication (HAZCOM)
      // GHS compliant

Heat Illness Prevention

Industrial Ergonomics
      // Body mechanics awareness, training
         tailored to actual work tasks, custom
         services available

Knife Safety
       // How to handle knives properly, proper
          techniques

Loading Dock Safety

Lockout/Tagout
       // Control of hazardous energy, on site
          processes
  
Machine Guarding
       // Awareness and specific training specific to
          machines and equipment used on site
  
Office Ergonomics
       // Basics of office ergonomics, proper
          alignment 

Office Safety
       // General office safety, fall prevention, spill     
          clean-up, proper lifting, common injury
          prevention 

Personal Protective Equipment
       // Customized for PPE used on the job 

Powered Industrial Truck Operator Certification
       // (Forklift, Powered Pallet Jack) Certification
          class. 
          All types of forklifts, powered pallet jacks 

Safe Lifting
       // Basic principles of safe lifting. 
          Childcare industry version also available 

Strain Injury Prevention
       // Customized: general strain injury training,
          principles of body mechanics, team lifting 

Industrial Ergonomics
      // Body mechanics awareness, training tailored to actual 
         work tasks, custom services available 

Knife Safety
       // How to handle knives properly, proper techniques

Loading Dock Safety

Lockout/Tagout
       // Control of hazardous energy, on site processes
  
Machine Guarding
       // Awareness and specific training specific to machines
          and equipment used on site
  
Office Ergonomics
       // Basics of office ergonomics, proper alignment

Office Safety
       // General office safety, fall prevention, spill clean-up,
          proper lifting, common injury prevention

Personal Protective Equipment
       // Customized for PPE used on the job

Powered Industrial Truck Operator Certification
       // (Forklift, Powered Pallet Jack) Certification class.
           All types of forklifts, powered pallet jacks

Safe Lifting
       // Basic principles of safe lifting.
          Childcare industry version also available

Strain Injury Prevention
       // Customized: general strain injury training, principles
          of body mechanics, team lifting

medical
professional

Course Catalog

$60
BLS (Basic Life Support)

details

The Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers Course is designed for healthcare professionals (Medical and Dental). Instruction is provided in use of breathing devices, CPR for the adult, child and infant, AED use, Rescue breathing, relief of choking. Course includes written assessment test. 

**Note: In 2015 the AHA removed the “renewal” version of this course. It is now one standard course for all providers, whether an initial course or a renewal. 

Intended Audience: Medical and Dental Professionals, Nursing and Medical Students, EMS. 

Credential / Card Type: AHA BLS for Healthcare Provider Course completion card (valid for 2 years) 

$260
ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support)

details

The Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) course is designed for healthcare providers who either direct, or participate in, the resuscitation of a patient, whether in or out of hospital. ACLS is based on simulated clinical scenarios that encourage active, hands-on participation through learning stations. Students will practice essential skills individually, as part of a team, and as a team leader. 

Realistic simulations reinforce key concepts: proficiency in BLS care; recognizing and initiating early management of peri-arrest conditions; managing cardiac arrest; identifying and treating ischemic chest pain and acute coronary syndromes; recognizing other life-threatening clinical situations (such as stroke) and providing initial care; ACLS algorithms; drug administration; and effective resuscitation team dynamics. 

Although Adult CPR and use of an AED is reviewed and skills performed, NO BLS certification card will be provided at the close of class. Only adult BLS skills are practiced, not pediatric skills. BLS certification can be provided after completion of ACLS, if needed. 

Renewal: 5-8 hours, $260*
Initial: 14-16 Hours (2 days), $350*
*group discounts available 

Intended Audience: Licensed Medical and Dental providers, Nursing and Medical Students, EMS 

Credential / Card Type: AHA ACLS Course completion Card (Valid for 2 years) 

Continuing Education hours (CE) provided 
Student Manual Required 

$260
PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support)

details

The goal of the PALS Provider Course is to teach students how to recognize infants and children who may be at risk for many life threatening scenarios. The course will provide students with strategies for preventing cardiopulmonary arrest in infants and children. It will teach students how to perform the cognitive and psychomotor skills for resuscitating and stabilizing infants and children in respiratory failure, shock, or cardiopulmonary arrest. Skills in bag-mask ventilation, management of airway, defibrillation and cardioversion, CPR and use of AEDs for children and infants, and rhythm management are emphasized. Working as part of a team has a major focus. 

NO BLS card is provided at the end of this course. You will only be practicing pediatric skills, not adult skills. BLS certification can be added once PALS has been completed. 

Intended Audience: Licensed medical and dental providers who provide acute care and support to pediatric patients, or whose licensing agency requires staff to keep PALS maintained. 

Renewal: 5-8 hours, $260* 
Initial 14-16 Hours (2 days), $350* 
 *group discounts available 

Credential / Card Type: AHA PALS Course completion Card (Valid for 2 years) 

Continuing Education hours (CE) provided 

$78.50
Blended Learning BLS

details

HeartCode BLS is the AHA’s blended learning delivery method for the BLS Course. Blended learning is a combination of eLearning (online portion), in which a student completes part of the course in a self-directed manner, followed by a hands-on session. HeartCode BLS includes 8 modules, 4 eSimulations, and two video tutorials. This is followed by an in-person physical skills practice with an instructor. Doing the online portion DOES NOT certify the student, the in-person skills must be performed to complete the course and receive the e-card. 

Course is certified through the AHA, 2 year certification. To complete the online portion, go to Onlineaha.org and choose HeartCode BLS. 

Online test, paid directly on AHA website - $28.50 
Skills portion: 1 hour - $50 

$232
Blended Learning ACLS

details

Heartcode ACLS is the AHA’s blended learning delivery method for the AHA’s ACLS Course. Blended learning is a combination of eLearning, in which a student completes part of the course in a self-directed manner, followed by a hands-on session. HeartCode ACLS is a comprehensive eLearning program that uses eSimulation technology to allow students to assess and treat patients in virtual healthcare settings. To enter the course, students must complete a precourse self-assessment. Students will then be presented with a team dynamic lesson and 10 In-hospital patient cases, including a BLS case and 2 megacode cases. This blended learning option gives a completion certificate, which is given to an ACLS instructor, proving that you have completed the didactic side of the course. You will then need to complete the skills portion involving the physical practice (Adult CPR, AED….), as well as a megacode session. You will then receive your ACLS e-card.   

Course is certified through the AHA, 2 year certification. To complete the online portion, go to Onlineaha.org and choose HeartCode ACLS. 

Online test, paid directly on AHA website - $132
Skills portion: 1 hour - $100 

$232
Blended Learning PALS

details

HeartCode PALS is a comprehensive program that uses a series of videos and simulated pediatric emergencies to reinforce the importance of certain concept. These include the systematic approach to pediatric assessment, basic life support, PALS treatment algorithms, effective resuscitation, and team dynamics. Using eSimulation technology, students can assess and treat patients in virtual healthcare settings. In this environment, students also apply their knowledge to real-time decision-making and skills development. Debriefings and coaching are provided immediately after each simulation to facilitate learning. Written exam provided. This blended learning option gives a completion certificate, which is given to an ACLS instructor at your skills appointment. This proves that you have completed the didactic side of the course. During your skills check, your will practice the physical portion (Adult CPR, AED….), as well as a megacode session. You will then receive your PALS e-card. 

Course is certified through the AHA, 2 year certification. To complete the online portion, go to Onlineaha.org and choose HeartCode PALS. 

Online test, paid directly on AHA website - $132
Skills portion: 1 hour - $100 

$40
Mock Drill

details

The objective of the Mock Drill is to review the emergency preparedness plan of the organization and evaluate standard operating procedure, so that, during an actual emergency, staff will follow predetermined steps to preserve life and property. 

The Mock Drill is designed individually for the business/staff environment. Emergency equipment/protocols are reviewed. Staff requirements and assignments are made, such as who starts CPR, who calls 911 and gets a first aid kit, and who searches the building, if evacuation is necessary. Where is the first aid kit located, and should it be moved to a more central location? Is there an AED on site? Where is the best/safest off-site location for evacuees to wait/regroup?

Live scenarios involving all staff are essential to a successful Mock Drill. 

Course duration: 2 hours – all day - $40 per person 

$30
Mock Code Drill

details

Many health care facilities -including hospitals and clinics- routinely conduct mock codes, usually quarterly. Depending on the time of day, location of the patient, and other variables, the code team's response time could vary, wasting critical minutes. In the case of a clinic, there is no emergency response team--only the staff on site, and 911. The sooner BLS and first aid is initiated, the better the patient's chance of survival. 

Running mock codes has many advantages that improve patient care, including: 
  •keeping staff members' resuscitation skills sharp, in a non-threatening learning environment 
  •ensuring that equipment (and medication) is available, and that staff members know where to find, and how to use. 
  •clarifying the roles of team members and staff during an emergency. 
  •establishing a “traffic control” plan to maintain order, clearing an area when extra staff and bystanders do not belong. 

The Mock Code Drill is individually designed for the department or clinic based on company protocols, and available equipment. 

Duration: 2-3 hours* - $30 per person 
CE hours provided* 


Respirator Fit Testing

details

A respirator fit test determines if a tight-fitting respirator can be worn without having any leaks. It should take place after an employee has been medically cleared to wear a respirator and before the employee actually wears it on the job. A respirator fit test is required for all tight-fitting respirators. An employee must complete the fit test using a respirator that’s the same make, model, and size of one he/she will wear on the job while also wearing any other required equipment (e.g., glasses). 

There are two types of respirator fit tests as required by OSHA: qualitative and quantitative.
Qualitative Fit Testing (QLFT)
• More common method 
• Normally used for half-mask respirators
• Relies on the user’s senses

Quantitative Fit Testing (QNFT)
• Uses a machine to numerically measure leakage
    into the facepiece 
• Required for certain tight-fitting respirators, that
    must form a tight seal to work properly 

Respirator Fit Testing is required by OSHA (29CFR1910.134) for all tight-fitting respirators, and both supplied-air and air-purifying respirators. They require fit testing prior to initial use, if there are changes to the brand/size of mask or any physical changes to the person’s face or neck that may affect the fit. Fit testing must be repeated annually. 

Contact us for pricing and information on our Respirator Fit Testing Programs

general
public

Course Catalog

$50
First Aid

details

First aid (without CPR/AED training) covers basic first aid emergencies including calling 911, bleeding, burn and fracture injuries, stroke, heart attack, EpiPen Administration, and much more. Realistic scenarios. Video driven with hands-on practice. Course is tailored to fit the needs of the company/student. Book included. 

Course can be certified through AHA or ASHI. 
2 year certification card provided 

 Course duration: 3 hours 

$105
Advanced First Aid

details

ASHI’s Advanced First Aid course is designed for the person who desires more than Basic First Aid training, but not to the level of EMS. Perfect for corporate emergency response teams, this 10-20 hour course presents many of the most common illnesses and injuries responders are likely to encounter, in or out of a corporate environment. This course very hands-on, and is tailored to meet management preferences and requirements. CPR and AED are NOT certified through this course. Only First aid is reviewed and practiced. Book is provided. 

Course is certified through ASHI 2 year certification card provided 

Course duration: 10 hrs (one day) - $105 
 21 hrs (two days) - $170 

$60
CPR / AED

details

CPR for the Adult, child and infant. AED use for all ages, relief of choking for all ages. NO first aid training provided. Book included. 

Intended Audience: Anyone who is NOT a healthcare provider 

Course can be certified through AHA or ASHI. 2 year certification card provided 

Course duration: 3 Hours

$90
CPR / AED & Basic First Aid

details

CPR, AED, and Basic First Aid for Adults. Covers CPR and AED for adults (child and infant is reviewed). Also basic first aid emergencies including 911, bleeding, burn and fracture injuries, Stroke, Heart Attack, EpiPen Administration, and much more. Realistic scenarios. Course is tailored to fit the needs of the company/student. Book included. 

Intended Audience: Anyone who does NOT care for young children as their occupation. Example: Construction workers, Electricians, High school coaching staff/High school PE teachers, Security officers...

Course duration: 4-6 Hours 

$90
CPR / AED & Pediatric Basic First Aid

details

CPR and AED and First aid for the Adult, child and infant, with emphasis on child and infant emergencies. First aid training is hands-on and covers a variety of common illnesses and injuries common to pediatric age victims (choking, falls, poisoning, EpiPen training…..). Abuse reporting and state licensing requirements also included. 

Intended Audience: Anyone whose primary occupation/volunteer position is caring for children and infants. 

Course duration: 7-8 Hours

ASHI and American Heart Association certifications provided. 

NOTE: Childcare providers: American Heart Association cards do NOT require a “sticker” to be valid. Your AHA card will not have a sticker. ALL licensing agencies are aware of this. If unsure, inquire with your licensing agency first, or call our offices for further explanation. 

$225
WFA Wilderness First Aid

details

Designed for scouts and scout leaders, outdoor enthusiasts and anyone who works or spends time in remote environments, this course teaches advanced skills to be used in emergencies when help from professional first responders may be far away. American Health and Safety’s Wilderness First Aid Curriculum, this course aligns with OSHA’s Best Practices for Workplace First Aid Training Programs. 

Topics include: 
  •Primary and Secondary Assessments 
  •Head/Brain, Neck and Spinal Injuries 
  •Heat-Related Emergencies 
  •Hypothermia 
  •Altitude-Related Illnesses 
  •Allergies and Anaphylaxis 
  •Burns 
  •Bone and Joint Injuries 
  •Wounds and Wound Infection 

Prerequisites: Must be at least 14 years old and hold current adult CPR/AED certification.

Book and 2 year certification card provided. 

Course length: 16 hours (2 days)

$30
Friends + Family CPR

details

The Family and Friends program is designed for neighborhoods, families, and schools, where learning is desired, but card certification is not necessary. Card certification courses have an element of required hands on practice in order to earn “proof” that you successfully completed the course. Many who need certification are with jobs and positions that require that they learn, hence the need for “proof”. 

When a family has a new baby, has had a tragic experience by them or someone close to them, a school just wants the information, this is the course. Perhaps they just want to ask questions, or watch the practice, but not participate. In the Family and Friends course, there is NO requirement do any hands-on practice, but does provide ALL of the information typically given in CPR/AED training, including relief of choking skills. 

Because completion cards are not provided, the cost of the course is reduced. 

Course Duration: 2-4 hours - $30 per person 

No card certification provided 


Respirator Fit Testing

details

A respirator fit test determines if a tight-fitting respirator can be worn without having any leaks. It should take place after an employee has been medically cleared to wear a respirator and before the employee actually wears it on the job. A respirator fit test is required for all tight-fitting respirators. An employee must complete the fit test using a respirator that’s the same make, model, and size of one he/she will wear on the job while also wearing any other required equipment (e.g., glasses). 

There are two types of respirator fit tests as required by OSHA: qualitative and quantitative.
Qualitative Fit Testing (QLFT)
• More common method 
• Normally used for half-mask respirators
• Relies on the user’s senses

Quantitative Fit Testing (QNFT)
• Uses a machine to numerically measure leakage
    into the facepiece 
• Required for certain tight-fitting respirators, that
    must form a tight seal to work properly 

Respirator Fit Testing is required by OSHA (29CFR1910.134) for all tight-fitting respirators, and both supplied-air and air-purifying respirators. They require fit testing prior to initial use, if there are changes to the brand/size of mask or any physical changes to the person’s face or neck that may affect the fit. Fit testing must be repeated annually. 

Contact us for pricing and information on our Respirator Fit Testing Programs

childcare
+ teacher

Course Catalog

$90
CPR / AED & Pediatric First Aid

details

CPR and AED and First aid for the Adult, child and infant, with emphasis on child and infant emergencies. First aid training is hands-on and covers a variety of common illnesses and injuries common to pediatric age victims (choking, falls, poisoning, EpiPen training…..). Abuse reporting and state licensing requirements also included. 

Intended Audience: Anyone whose primary occupation/volunteer position is caring for children and infants. 

Course duration: 7-8 Hours

ASHI and American Heart Association certifications provided. 

NOTE: Childcare providers: American Heart Association cards do NOT require a “sticker” to be valid. Your AHA card will not have a sticker. ALL licensing agencies are aware of this. If unsure, inquire with your licensing agency first, or call our offices for further explanation. 

$30
Family + Friends CPR

details

The Family and Friends program is designed for neighborhoods, families, and schools, where learning is desired, but card certification is not necessary. Card certification courses have an element of required hands on practice in order to earn “proof” that you successfully completed the course. Many who need certification are with jobs and positions that require that they learn, hence the need for “proof”. 

When a family has a new baby, has had a tragic experience by them or someone close to them, a school just wants the information, this is the course. Perhaps they just want to ask questions, or watch the practice, but not participate. In the Family and Friends course, there is NO requirement do any hands-on practice, but does provide ALL of the information typically given in CPR/AED training, including relief of choking skills. 

Because completion cards are not provided, the cost of the course is reduced. 

Course Duration: 2-4 hours - $30 per person 

No card certification provided 

$60
CPR / AED

details

CPR for the Adult, child and infant. AED use for all ages, relief of choking for all ages. NO first aid training provided. Book included. 

Intended Audience: Anyone who is NOT a healthcare provider 

Course can be certified through AHA or ASHI. 2 year certification card provided 

Course duration: 3 Hours

School
Safety

Course Catalog

$90
CPR / AED & First Aid

details

CPR, AED, and Basic First Aid for Adults. Covers CPR and AED for adults (child and infant is reviewed). Also basic first aid emergencies including 911, bleeding, burn and fracture injuries, Stroke, Heart Attack, EpiPen Administration, and much more. Realistic scenarios. Course is tailored to fit the needs of the company/student. Book included. 

Intended Audience: Anyone who does NOT care for young children as their occupation. Example: Construction workers, Electricians, High school coaching staff/High school PE teachers, Security officers...

Course duration: 4-6 Hours 

$30
Family + Friends CPR

details

The Family and Friends program is designed for neighborhoods, families, and schools, where learning is desired, but card certification is not necessary. Card certification courses have an element of required hands on practice in order to earn “proof” that you successfully completed the course. Many who need certification are with jobs and positions that require that they learn, hence the need for “proof”. 

When a family has a new baby, has had a tragic experience by them or someone close to them, a school just wants the information, this is the course. Perhaps they just want to ask questions, or watch the practice, but not participate. In the Family and Friends course, there is NO requirement do any hands-on practice, but does provide ALL of the information typically given in CPR/AED training, including relief of choking skills. 

Because completion cards are not provided, the cost of the course is reduced. 

Course Duration: 2-4 hours - $30 per person 

No card certification provided 

$30
BBP Bloodborne Pathogens

details

Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms in human blood that can cause disease in humans. These pathogens include, but are not limited to, hepatitis B (HBV), hepatitis C (HCV) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Needlesticks and other sharps-related injuries may expose workers to bloodborne pathogens. Workers in many occupations, including first aid team members, housekeeping personnel in some industries, nurses and other healthcare personnel may be at risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens. This course teaches you about OSHA policies, to control exposure in the workplace, procedures if you ARE exposed, and how to physically clean/dispose of the hazard. Book is included. 

Intended Audience: Anyone who works in an industry with risk of exposure to bodily fluids. 

Course duration: 1 Hour

 * Often added to end of first aid training

Certification valid for one year 


School Safety

details

HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS, keeping kids safe! 

Driving is the #1 killer of high school students! 

South Carolina reduced their teen driving death rate by 47% over a seven-year period between 2006 and 2013, by utilizing the Alive at 25 Program. 

HOW DID THEY DO IT? 
The National Safety Council worked with high schools and law enforcement to provide the Alive at 25 course to high school students. Students were told that if they wanted the privilege to park on the school campus, that they would have to take the four hour Alive at 25 course on their own time, and pay for it. 

The cost of the program was reduced, and scholarships were made available. There was no cost to the schools. 

Alive at 25 is not Drivers Ed. 


SPAB

details

SPABresources.com is a division of Cobert Safety Professionals LLC 

Professional Training & Consulting 
Your T-01 Solution 

  •SPAB training provided by highly qualified & experienced State of California certified instructors 
  •Classroom Training for Original & Renewal SPAB Drivers in California 
  •Our state certified SPAB Instructors are all professionally trained using the most up to date resources. 
  •Our instructors prepare applicants for their written and behind the wheel tests with the CHP.

We can help you with: 
  •Original SPAB training to become a SPAB certified driver 
  •Renewal training 
  •Required annual 10 hours of training
  •Behind the Wheel Training
  •Consulting
  •Auditing training files
  •Completing T-01’s
  •Driver management system development


Active Shooter

details

The increasing instances of active shooter event taking place is a sad reality of the world we live in today. The motivations driving people to commit such acts are varied and often unpredictable. If you ever find yourself in an active shooter scenario, remember, You Can Make It! Our training module is based upon the FBI’s Run, Hide, Fight protocol and has been developed in conjunction with retired law enforcement officers. It is designed to provide the participants with information that may save their lives in the event of an active shooter event. The module is a combination of classroom and practical training that may be delivered as a stand-alone module or as part of a larger Emergency Response training for your company. 
Module Outline: 
1. Basic Information – Active Shooter Scenario (What
    it is, How it happens, Know that you can make it) 
2. Video 
3. Personal Response to Active Shooter Scenario 
    (we discuss how visitors, clients, patients will
    follow what employees do) 
4. The Sound of Gunfire (Since many case studies
    show that victims did not recognize the sound of
    gunfire, even when it was in the same room, we
    introduce it by having the class close their eyes
    while we play the sounds of different weapons at
    different volumes). 
5. Decision to Run 
6. Decision to Hide 
7. Decision to Fight 
8. What to do when first responders arrive 
9. Calling 911 
10. Q/A 
11. Facility Walk (We take the class through their
    facility and identify standard and non-standard
    exits, places to hide, and objects that can be used
    if they need to engage). 

workplace
Safety

Course Catalog

$90
CPR / AED & First Aid

details

CPR, AED, and Basic First Aid for Adults. Covers CPR and AED for adults (child and infant is reviewed). Also basic first aid emergencies including 911, bleeding, burn and fracture injuries, Stroke, Heart Attack, EpiPen Administration, and much more. Realistic scenarios. Course is tailored to fit the needs of the company/student. Book included. 

Intended Audience: Anyone who does NOT care for young children as their occupation. Example: Construction workers, Electricians, High school coaching staff/High school PE teachers, Security officers...

Course duration: 4-6 Hours 

$30
BBP Bloodborne Pathogens

details

Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms in human blood that can cause disease in humans. These pathogens include, but are not limited to, hepatitis B (HBV), hepatitis C (HCV) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Needlesticks and other sharps-related injuries may expose workers to bloodborne pathogens. Workers in many occupations, including first aid team members, housekeeping personnel in some industries, nurses and other healthcare personnel may be at risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens. This course teaches you about OSHA policies, to control exposure in the workplace, procedures if you ARE exposed, and how to physically clean/dispose of the hazard. Book is included. 

Intended Audience: Anyone who works in an industry with risk of exposure to bodily fluids. 

Course duration: 1 Hour

 * Often added to end of first aid training

Certification valid for one year 

$40
Mock Drill

details

The objective of the Mock Drill is to review the emergency preparedness plan of the organization and evaluate standard operating procedure, so that, during an actual emergency, staff will follow predetermined steps to preserve life and property. 

The Mock Drill is designed individually for the business/staff environment. Emergency equipment/protocols are reviewed. Staff requirements and assignments are made, such as who starts CPR, who calls 911 and gets a first aid kit, and who searches the building, if evacuation is necessary. Where is the first aid kit located, and should it be moved to a more central location? Is there an AED on site? Where is the best/safest off-site location for evacuees to wait/regroup?

Live scenarios involving all staff are essential to a successful Mock Drill. 

Course duration: 2 hours – all day - $40 per person 


Fleet Safety

details

Occupational Safe Driver Program 
Keeping workers safe on the road 

According to the United States Department of Labor, every 12 minutes someone dies in a motor vehicle crash, every 10 seconds an injury occurs, and every 5 seconds a crash occurs. Many of these incidents occur during the workday or during the commute to and from work. Employers bear the cost for injuries that occur both on and off the job. 

Whether you manage a fleet of vehicles, oversee a mobile sales force or simply employ commuters, by implementing a driver safety program in the workplace you can greatly reduce the risks faced by your employees and their families while protecting your company’s bottom line. 

Custom Solutions for your Fleet 

Cobert Safety Professionals can create a customized solution, including advanced driver safety classes, to help keep your drivers collision free. 

Occupational Safe Driver Programs / NSC Professional Truck Driver 
Safe Driver programs also help protect your brand name by keeping your fleet collision-free. 


Site Safety

details

Facilities Security and Safety Surveys 

Our public safety professionals will assess your facility and recommend improvements to the safety and security of your staff, clients and visitors — and the environment that they work in. Specially trained law enforcement and certified security specialists who have experience in assessing commercial property including schools, warehouses, offices, and houses of worship will evaluate your location and make individually designed recommendations. 


School Safety

details

HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS, keeping kids safe! 

Driving is the #1 killer of high school students! 

South Carolina reduced their teen driving death rate by 47% over a seven-year period between 2006 and 2013, by utilizing the Alive at 25 Program. 

HOW DID THEY DO IT? 
The National Safety Council worked with high schools and law enforcement to provide the Alive at 25 course to high school students. Students were told that if they wanted the privilege to park on the school campus, that they would have to take the four hour Alive at 25 course on their own time, and pay for it. 

The cost of the program was reduced, and scholarships were made available. There was no cost to the schools. 

Alive at 25 is not Drivers Ed. 


Active Shooter

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Respirator Fit Testing

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A respirator fit test determines if a tight-fitting respirator can be worn without having any leaks. It should take place after an employee has been medically cleared to wear a respirator and before the employee actually wears it on the job. A respirator fit test is required for all tight-fitting respirators. An employee must complete the fit test using a respirator that’s the same make, model, and size of one he/she will wear on the job while also wearing any other required equipment (e.g., glasses). 

There are two types of respirator fit tests as required by OSHA: qualitative and quantitative.
Qualitative Fit Testing (QLFT)
• More common method 
• Normally used for half-mask respirators
• Relies on the user’s senses

Quantitative Fit Testing (QNFT)
• Uses a machine to numerically measure leakage
    into the facepiece 
• Required for certain tight-fitting respirators, that
    must form a tight seal to work properly 

Respirator Fit Testing is required by OSHA (29CFR1910.134) for all tight-fitting respirators, and both supplied-air and air-purifying respirators. They require fit testing prior to initial use, if there are changes to the brand/size of mask or any physical changes to the person’s face or neck that may affect the fit. Fit testing must be repeated annually. 

Contact us for pricing and information on our Respirator Fit Testing Programs

The increasing instances of active shooter event taking place is a sad reality of the world we live in today. The motivations driving people to commit such acts are varied and often unpredictable. If you ever find yourself in an active shooter scenario, remember, You Can Make It! Our training module is based upon the FBI’s Run, Hide, Fight protocol and has been developed in conjunction with retired law enforcement officers. It is designed to provide the participants with information that may save their lives in the event of an active shooter event. The module is a combination of classroom and practical training that may be delivered as a stand-alone module or as part of a larger Emergency Response training for your company. 
Module Outline: 
1. Basic Information – Active Shooter Scenario (What
    it is, How it happens, Know that you can make it) 
2. Video 
3. Personal Response to Active Shooter Scenario 
    (we discuss how visitors, clients, patients will
    follow what employees do) 
4. The Sound of Gunfire (Since many case studies
    show that victims did not recognize the sound of
    gunfire, even when it was in the same room, we
    introduce it by having the class close their eyes
    while we play the sounds of different weapons at
    different volumes). 
5. Decision to Run 
6. Decision to Hide 
7. Decision to Fight 
8. What to do when first responders arrive 
9. Calling 911 
10. Q/A 
11. Facility Walk (We take the class through their
    facility and identify standard and non-standard
    exits, places to hide, and objects that can be used
    if they need to engage). 

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Alive at 25

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Alive at 25 is a National Safety Council defensive driving course for young people between the ages of 15 and 25. 

This 4-hour, evidence based classroom course, helps young drivers to develop decision making skills along with a heightened awareness about the civil, criminal and emotional consequences of their driving behaviors. It is highly interactive and based on facilitated and peer learning principles. 

Students work together to better understand why their age group is high risk, learn about impaired and distracted driving, review basic traffic laws, and how to become defensive drivers with a commitment to do so. 

Since 1995, more than 1,000,000 teens and young adults nationwide have been trained through Alive at 25. 

Alive at 25 is currently in its 4th edition and is utilized nationwide by courts, schools, police and probation departments. 

 *Call to register, and for pricing details 


ADoD Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving

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The Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving (ADoD) Course, now in its 4th edition, was developed by the National Safety Council. This 8-hour course is taught by certified law enforcement instructors and is designed for drivers of all ages who wish to improve their skills or have been mandated by the courts to take such a course. 

Our goal is to reduce the number of violations, injuries and fatalities associated with automobile crashes. The course includes defensive driving principles and strategies, DUI education, basic traffic law review, factors that create risk, recognizing unsafe driving situations, and furthering the understanding that our choices are based on thought and reason. 

The course is based on the work of behaviorist William Glaser’s institute and book, Choice Theory. Participants come to better understand what motivates their driving behaviors and make better driving choices. 

The course includes a self-assessment profile and personal action plan.


Prop 64 Drug Ed

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Cobert Safety Professionals, in partnership with Enos CPR Services, has adopted The Change Companies® Keep It Direct & Simple, and Forward Thinking, Interactive Journaling curriculums. 

These cognitive-behavioral courses, “My Substance Abuse,” and “What Got Me Here,” are each delivered in a one day Saturday class and utilizes evidence-based strategies to assist youth involved in, or at risk of entering, the criminal justice system. The courses help young people to make positive changes to their thoughts, feelings and behaviors. 

The Forward Thinking Interactive Journaling® Series was developed in collaboration with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Division of Juvenile Justice’s Interactive Journaling® Charter. 

My Substance Use takes a close look at the facts about marijuana, along with alcohol, stimulants, opioids, methamphetamine, inhalants, nicotine, hallucinogens, synthetic drugs and prescription drugs. Participants will gain a clear understanding of the effects of these substances on their bodies, minds and lives as they consider the consequences of their use and their current pattern of use. They will then weigh the costs and benefits of continuing use or changing their substance use behavior. 

In What Got Me Here? participants explore the consequences of past decisions and begin to learn skills for controlling anger, handling negative peer pressure, working with authority figures and strengthening family ties. A section addressing marijuana use has been added to this course. 


DDC 4 Defensive Driving

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Your first incident is too late to be thinking about driver safety .

The latest edition of DDC 4 is the most interactive and effective way to train drivers, whether they drive as their primary job function or just during their commute. With DDC 4, you can: 

Influence and challenge participants to change their behind-the-wheel behaviors and attitudes so they will choose to drive safely, responsibly and lawfully. 

Provide participants with basic knowledge, skills and techniques to avoid collisions and decrease future violations. 

wind
industry

Course Catalog

$90
CPR / AED & First Aid

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CPR, AED, and Basic First Aid for Adults. Covers CPR and AED for adults (child and infant is reviewed). Also basic first aid emergencies including 911, bleeding, burn and fracture injuries, Stroke, Heart Attack, EpiPen Administration, and much more. Realistic scenarios. Course is tailored to fit the needs of the company/student. Book included. 

Intended Audience: Anyone who does NOT care for young children as their occupation. Example: Construction workers, Electricians, High school coaching staff/High school PE teachers, Security officers...

Course duration: 4-6 Hours 

$30
BBP Bloodborne Pathogens

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Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms in human blood that can cause disease in humans. These pathogens include, but are not limited to, hepatitis B (HBV), hepatitis C (HCV) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Needlesticks and other sharps-related injuries may expose workers to bloodborne pathogens. Workers in many occupations, including first aid team members, housekeeping personnel in some industries, nurses and other healthcare personnel may be at risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens. This course teaches you about OSHA policies, to control exposure in the workplace, procedures if you ARE exposed, and how to physically clean/dispose of the hazard. Book is included. 

Intended Audience: Anyone who works in an industry with risk of exposure to bodily fluids. 

Course duration: 1 Hour

 * Often added to end of first aid training

Certification valid for one year 

$95
Wind Industry Specialized Training

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The Wind and Solar Energy industry faces unique challenges in the eyes of safety and emergency preparedness. Traditional CPR and First aid training courses are too cookie-cutter to match the risks they routinely face. This unique course takes all of the unusual aspects of their jobs (remote locations, confined spaces, lack of cell service, long response times…) and provides a fresh perspective. Training is designed specifically for their industry. Most wind & solar staff have years of safety experience. This course takes the knowledge they already have, and expands on it. Recommendations for a successful outcome based on YEARS and years of experience. Training is provided by an ER nurse who is tower rescue trained. On site equipment is used for emergency drills, extrication practice on ground and up-tower if desired. Staff operated their own equipment, with certified equipment trainer monitoring. Management works with instructor to plan, and include/exclude topics in advance. CPR, AED and Advanced first aid training are provided. Two year certification cards are provided. Course is typically provided yearly, so that staff can practice or routine timeframe. 

Course duration: 4-7 hours - $95 per person (plus travel*)

*This course is provided nationally--instructor provides training on site, even in remote locations* 

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Course Catalog

$60.
BLS (Basic Life Support)

$260.
ACLS (Advanced Cardiac Life Support)

$260.
PALS (Pediatric Advanced Life Support)

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The Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers Course is designed for healthcare professionals (Medical and Dental). Instruction is provided in use of breathing devices, CPR for the adult, child and infant, AED use, Rescue breathing, relief of choking. Course includes written assessment test.

**Note: In 2015 the AHA removed the “renewal” version of this course. It is now one standard course for all providers, whether an initial course or a renewal.

Intended Audience: Medical and Dental Professionals, Nursing and Medical Students, EMS.

Credential / Card Type: AHA BLS for Healthcare Provider Course completion card (valid for 2 years)

The Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support (ACLS) course is designed for healthcare providers who either direct, or participate in, the resuscitation of a patient, whether in or out of hospital. ACLS is based on simulated clinical scenarios that encourage active, hands-on participation through learning stations. Students will practice essential skills individually, as part of a team, and as a team leader.

Realistic simulations reinforce key concepts: proficiency in BLS care; recognizing and initiating early management of peri-arrest conditions; managing cardiac arrest; identifying and treating ischemic chest pain and acute coronary syndromes; recognizing other life-threatening clinical situations (such as stroke) and providing initial care; ACLS algorithms; drug administration; and effective resuscitation team dynamics.

Although Adult CPR and use of an AED is reviewed and skills performed, NO BLS certification card will be provided at the close of class. Only adult BLS skills are practiced, not pediatric skills. BLS certification can be provided after completion of ACLS, if needed.

Renewal: 5-8 hours, $260*
Initial: 14-16 Hours (2 days), $350*
*group discounts available

Intended Audience: Licensed Medical and Dental providers, Nursing and Medical Students, EMS

Credential / Card Type: AHA ACLS Course completion Card (Valid for 2 years)

Continuing Education hours (CE) provided
Student Manual Required

The goal of the PALS Provider Course is to teach students how to recognize infants and children who may be at risk for many life threatening scenarios. The course will provide students with strategies for preventing cardiopulmonary arrest in infants and children. It will teach students how to perform the cognitive and psychomotor skills for resuscitating and stabilizing infants and children in respiratory failure, shock, or cardiopulmonary arrest. Skills in bag-mask ventilation, management of airway, defibrillation and cardioversion, CPR and use of AEDs for children and infants, and rhythm management are emphasized. Working as part of a team has a major focus.

NO BLS card is provided at the end of this course. You will only be practicing pediatric skills, not adult skills. BLS certification can be added once PALS has been completed.

Intended Audience: Licensed medical and dental providers who provide acute care and support to pediatric patients, or whose licensing agency requires staff to keep PALS maintained.

Renewal: 5-8 hours, $260*
Initial 14-16 Hours (2 days), $350*
 *group discounts available

Credential / Card Type:  AHA PALS Course completion Card (Valid for 2 years)

Continuing Education hours (CE) provided

$78.50
Blended Learning BLS

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HeartCode BLS is the AHA’s blended learning delivery method for the BLS Course. Blended learning is a combination of eLearning (online portion), in which a student completes part of the course in a self-directed manner, followed by a hands-on session. HeartCode BLS includes 8 modules, 4 eSimulations, and two video tutorials. This is followed by an in-person physical skills practice with an instructor. Doing the online portion DOES NOT certify the student, the in-person skills must be performed to complete the course and receive the e-card.

Course is certified through the AHA, 2 year certification. To complete the online portion, go to Onlineaha.org and choose HeartCode BLS.

Online test, paid directly on AHA website - $28.50
Skills portion: 1 hour - $50

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$232
Blended Learning ACLS

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Heartcode ACLS is the AHA’s blended learning delivery method for the AHA’s ACLS Course. Blended learning is a combination of eLearning, in which a student completes part of the course in a self-directed manner, followed by a hands-on session. HeartCode ACLS is a comprehensive eLearning program that uses eSimulation technology to allow students to assess and treat patients in virtual healthcare settings. To enter the course, students must complete a precourse self-assessment. Students will then be presented with a team dynamic lesson and 10 In-hospital patient cases, including a BLS case and 2 megacode cases. This blended learning option gives a completion certificate, which is given to an ACLS instructor, proving that you have completed the didactic side of the course. You will then need to complete the skills portion involving the physical practice (Adult CPR, AED….), as well as a megacode session. You will then receive your ACLS e-card.

Course is certified through the AHA, 2 year certification. To complete the online portion, go to Onlineaha.org and choose HeartCode ACLS.

Online test, paid directly on AHA website -  $132
Skills portion: 1 hour - $100

$232
Blended Learning PALS

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HeartCode PALS is a comprehensive program that uses a series of videos and simulated pediatric emergencies to reinforce the importance of certain concept. These include the systematic approach to pediatric assessment, basic life support, PALS treatment algorithms, effective resuscitation, and team dynamics. Using eSimulation technology, students can assess and treat patients in virtual healthcare settings. In this environment, students also apply their knowledge to real-time decision-making and skills development. Debriefings and coaching are provided immediately after each simulation to facilitate learning. Written exam provided. This blended learning option gives a completion certificate, which is given to an ACLS instructor at your skills appointment. This proves that you have completed the didactic side of the course. During your skills check, your will practice the physical portion (Adult CPR, AED….), as well as a megacode session. You will then receive your PALS e-card.

Course is certified through the AHA, 2 year certification. To complete the online portion, go to Onlineaha.org and choose HeartCode PALS.

Online test, paid directly on AHA website - $132
Skills portion: 1 hour - $100

$40
Mock Drill

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The objective of the Mock Drill is to review the emergency preparedness plan of the organization and evaluate standard operating procedure, so that, during an actual emergency, staff will follow predetermined steps to preserve life and property.

The Mock Drill is designed individually for the business/staff environment. Emergency equipment/protocols are reviewed. Staff requirements and assignments are made, such as who starts CPR, who calls 911 and gets a first aid kit, and who searches the building, if evacuation is necessary. Where is the first aid kit located, and should it be moved to a more central location? Is there an AED on site? Where is the best/safest off-site location for evacuees to wait/regroup?

Live scenarios involving all staff are essential to a successful Mock Drill.

Course duration: 2 hours – all day - $40 per person

$30
Mock Code Drill

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Many health care facilities -including hospitals and clinics- routinely conduct mock codes, usually quarterly. Depending on the time of day, location of the patient, and other variables, the code team's response time could vary, wasting critical minutes. In the case of a clinic, there is no emergency response team--only the staff on site, and 911. The sooner BLS and first aid is initiated, the better the patient's chance of survival.

Running mock codes has many advantages that improve patient care, including:
  •keeping staff members' resuscitation skills sharp, in a non-threatening learning environment
  •ensuring that equipment (and medication) is available, and that staff members know where to find, and how to use.
  •clarifying the roles of team members and staff during an emergency.
  •establishing a “traffic control” plan to maintain order, clearing an area when extra staff and bystanders do not belong.

The Mock Code Drill is individually designed for the department or clinic based on company protocols, and available equipment.

Duration: 2-3 hours* - $30 per person
CE hours provided*


Respirator Fit Testing

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A respirator fit test determines if a tight-fitting respirator can be worn without having any leaks. It should take place after an employee has been medically cleared to wear a respirator and before the employee actually wears it on the job. A respirator fit test is required for all tight-fitting respirators. An employee must complete the fit test using a respirator that’s the same make, model, and size of one he/she will wear on the job while also wearing any other required equipment (e.g., glasses).

There are two types of respirator fit tests as required by OSHA: qualitative and quantitative.
Qualitative Fit Testing (QLFT)
• More common method
• Normally used for half-mask respirators
• Relies on the user’s senses

Quantitative Fit Testing (QNFT)
• Uses a machine to numerically measure leakage into the facepiece
• Required for certain tight-fitting respirators, that must form a tight seal to work properly

Respirator Fit Testing is required by OSHA (29CFR1910.134) for all tight-fitting respirators, and both supplied-air and air-purifying respirators. They require fit testing prior to initial use, if there are changes to the brand/size of mask or any physical changes to the person’s face or neck that may affect the fit. Fit testing must be repeated annually.

Contact us for pricing and information on our Respirator Fit Testing Programs

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Course Catalog

$50
First Aid

$105
Advanced First Aid

$60.
CPR / AED

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First aid (without CPR/AED training) covers basic first aid emergencies including calling 911, bleeding, burn and fracture injuries, stroke, heart attack, EpiPen Administration, and much more. Realistic scenarios. Video driven with hands-on practice.  Course is tailored to fit the needs of the company/student. Book included.

Course can be certified through AHA or ASHI.
2 year certification card provided

 Course duration: 3 hours

ASHI’s Advanced First Aid course is designed for the person who desires more than Basic First Aid training, but not to the level of EMS. Perfect for corporate emergency response teams, this 10-20 hour course presents many of the most common illnesses and injuries responders are likely to encounter, in or out of a corporate environment. This course very hands-on, and is tailored to meet management preferences and requirements. CPR and AED are NOT certified through this course. Only First aid is reviewed and practiced. Book is provided.

Course is certified through ASHI 2 year certification card provided

Course duration: 10 hrs (one day) -  $105
 21 hrs (two days) - $170

CPR for the Adult, child and infant. AED use for all ages, relief of choking for all ages. NO first aid training provided. Book included.

Intended Audience: Anyone who is NOT a healthcare provider

Course can be certified through AHA or ASHI. 2 year certification card provided

Course duration: 3 Hours

$90.
CPR / AED & Basic First Aid

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CPR, AED, and Basic First Aid for Adults. Covers CPR and AED for adults (child and infant is reviewed). Also basic first aid emergencies including 911, bleeding, burn and fracture injuries, Stroke, Heart Attack, EpiPen Administration, and much more. Realistic scenarios. Course is tailored to fit the needs of the company/student. Book included.

Intended Audience: Anyone who does NOT care for young children as their occupation. Example: Construction workers, Electricians, High school coaching staff/High school PE teachers, Security officers...

Course duration: 4-6 Hours

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CPR / AED & Pediatric First Aid 

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CPR and AED and First aid for the Adult, child and infant, with emphasis on child and infant emergencies. First aid training is hands-on and covers a variety of common illnesses and injuries common to pediatric age victims (choking, falls, poisoning, EpiPen training…..). Abuse reporting and state licensing requirements also included.

Intended Audience: Anyone whose primary occupation/volunteer position is caring for children and infants.

Course duration: 7-8 Hours

ASHI and American Heart Association certifications provided.

NOTE: Childcare providers: American Heart Association cards do NOT require a “sticker” to be valid. Your AHA card will not have a sticker. ALL licensing agencies are aware of this. If unsure, inquire with your licensing agency first, or call our offices for further explanation.

$225
WFA Wilderness First Aid

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Designed for scouts and scout leaders, outdoor enthusiasts and anyone who works or spends time in remote environments, this course teaches advanced skills to be used in emergencies when help from professional first responders may be far away. American Health and Safety’s Wilderness First Aid Curriculum, this course aligns with OSHA’s Best Practices for Workplace First Aid Training Programs.

Topics include:
  •Primary and Secondary Assessments
  •Head/Brain, Neck and Spinal Injuries
  •Heat-Related Emergencies
  •Hypothermia
  •Altitude-Related Illnesses
  •Allergies and Anaphylaxis
  •Burns
  •Bone and Joint Injuries
  •Wounds and Wound Infection

Prerequisites: Must be at least 14 years old and hold current adult CPR/AED certification.

Book and 2 year certification card provided.

Course length: 16 hours (2 days)

$30
Family + Friends CPR

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The Family and Friends program is designed for neighborhoods, families, and schools, where learning is desired, but card certification is not necessary. Card certification courses have an element of required hands on practice in order to earn “proof” that you successfully completed the course. Many who need certification are with jobs and positions that require that they learn, hence the need for “proof”.

When a family has a new baby, has had a tragic experience by them or someone close to them, a school just wants the information, this is the course. Perhaps they just want to ask questions, or watch the practice, but not participate. In the Family and Friends course, there is NO requirement do any hands-on practice, but does provide ALL of the information typically given in CPR/AED training, including relief of choking skills.

Because completion cards are not provided, the cost of the course is reduced.

Course Duration: 2-4 hours - $30 per person

No card certification provided


Respirator Fit Testing

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A respirator fit test determines if a tight-fitting respirator can be worn without having any leaks. It should take place after an employee has been medically cleared to wear a respirator and before the employee actually wears it on the job. A respirator fit test is required for all tight-fitting respirators. An employee must complete the fit test using a respirator that’s the same make, model, and size of one he/she will wear on the job while also wearing any other required equipment (e.g., glasses).

There are two types of respirator fit tests as required by OSHA: qualitative and quantitative.
Qualitative Fit Testing (QLFT)
• More common method
• Normally used for half-mask respirators
• Relies on the user’s senses

Quantitative Fit Testing (QNFT)
• Uses a machine to numerically measure leakage into the facepiece
• Required for certain tight-fitting respirators, that must form a tight seal to work properly

Respirator Fit Testing is required by OSHA (29CFR1910.134) for all tight-fitting respirators, and both supplied-air and air-purifying respirators. They require fit testing prior to initial use, if there are changes to the brand/size of mask or any physical changes to the person’s face or neck that may affect the fit. Fit testing must be repeated annually.

Contact us for pricing and information on our Respirator Fit Testing Programs

childcare
+ teachers

Course Catalog

$90.
CPR / AED & Pediatric First Aid 

$30
Family + Friends CPR

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CPR and AED and First aid for the Adult, child and infant, with emphasis on child and infant emergencies. First aid training is hands-on and covers a variety of common illnesses and injuries common to pediatric age victims (choking, falls, poisoning, EpiPen training…..). Abuse reporting and state licensing requirements also included. 

Intended Audience: Anyone whose primary occupation/volunteer position is caring for children and infants. 

Course duration: 7-8 Hours

ASHI and American Heart Association certifications provided. 

NOTE: Childcare providers: American Heart Association cards do NOT require a “sticker” to be valid. Your AHA card will not have a sticker. ALL licensing agencies are aware of this. If unsure, inquire with your licensing agency first, or call our offices for further explanation. 

The Family and Friends program is designed for neighborhoods, families, and schools, where learning is desired, but card certification is not necessary. Card certification courses have an element of required hands on practice in order to earn “proof” that you successfully completed the course. Many who need certification are with jobs and positions that require that they learn, hence the need for “proof”. 

When a family has a new baby, has had a tragic experience by them or someone close to them, a school just wants the information, this is the course. Perhaps they just want to ask questions, or watch the practice, but not participate. In the Family and Friends course, there is NO requirement do any hands-on practice, but does provide ALL of the information typically given in CPR/AED training, including relief of choking skills. 

Because completion cards are not provided, the cost of the course is reduced. 

Course Duration: 2-4 hours - $30 per person 

No card certification provided 

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$60.
CPR / AED

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CPR for the Adult, child and infant. AED use for all ages, relief of choking for all ages. NO first aid training provided. Book included.

Intended Audience: Anyone who is NOT a healthcare provider

Course can be certified through AHA or ASHI. 2 year certification card provided

Course duration: 3 Hours

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Active Shooter


School Safety


SPAB

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The increasing instances of active shooter event taking place is a sad reality of the world we live in today. The motivations driving people to commit such acts are varied and often unpredictable. If you ever find yourself in an active shooter scenario, remember, You Can Make It! Our training module is based upon the FBI’s Run, Hide, Fight protocol and has been developed in conjunction with retired law enforcement officers. It is designed to provide the participants with information that may save their lives in the event of an active shooter event. The module is a combination of classroom and practical training that may be delivered as a stand-alone module or as part of a larger Emergency Response training for your company.
Module Outline:
1. Basic Information – Active Shooter Scenario (What it is,
     How it happens, Know that you can make it)
2. Video
3. Personal Response to Active Shooter Scenario
    (we discuss how visitors, clients, patients will follow what
     employees do)
4. The Sound of Gunfire (Since many case studies show that
    victims did not recognize the sound of gunfire, even
    when it was in the same room, we introduce it by having      the class close their eyes while we play the sounds of
    different weapons at different volumes).
5. Decision to Run
6. Decision to Hide
7. Decision to Fight
8. What to do when first responders arrive
9. Calling 911
10. Q/A
11. Facility Walk (We take the class through their facility and
    identify standard and non-standard exits, places to hide,
     and objects that can be used if they need to engage).

HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS, keeping kids safe! 

Driving is the #1 killer of high school students! 

South Carolina reduced their teen driving death rate by 47% over a seven-year period between 2006 and 2013, by utilizing the Alive at 25 Program. 

HOW DID THEY DO IT? 
The National Safety Council worked with high schools and law enforcement to provide the Alive at 25 course to high school students. Students were told that if they wanted the privilege to park on the school campus, that they would have to take the four hour Alive at 25 course on their own time, and pay for it. 

The cost of the program was reduced, and scholarships were made available. There was no cost to the schools. 

Alive at 25 is not Drivers Ed. 

SPABresources.com is a division of Cobert Safety Professionals LLC

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Your T-01 Solution

  •SPAB training provided by highly qualified & experienced State of California certified instructors
  •Classroom Training for Original & Renewal SPAB Drivers in California
  •Our state certified SPAB Instructors are all professionally trained using the most up to date resources.
  •Our instructors prepare applicants for their written and behind the wheel tests with the CHP.

We can help you with:
  •Original SPAB training to become a SPAB certified driver
  •Renewal training
  •Required annual 10 hours of training
  •Behind the Wheel Training
  •Consulting
  •Auditing training files
  •Completing T-01’s
  •Driver management system development

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Family + Friends CPR

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The Family and Friends program is designed for neighborhoods, families, and schools, where learning is desired, but card certification is not necessary. Card certification courses have an element of required hands on practice in order to earn “proof” that you successfully completed the course. Many who need certification are with jobs and positions that require that they learn, hence the need for “proof”. 

When a family has a new baby, has had a tragic experience by them or someone close to them, a school just wants the information, this is the course. Perhaps they just want to ask questions, or watch the practice, but not participate. In the Family and Friends course, there is NO requirement do any hands-on practice, but does provide ALL of the information typically given in CPR/AED training, including relief of choking skills. 

Because completion cards are not provided, the cost of the course is reduced. 

Course Duration: 2-4 hours - $30 per person 

No card certification provided 

$90
CPR / AED & First Aid 

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CPR, AED, and Basic First Aid for Adults. Covers CPR and AED for adults (child and infant is reviewed). Also basic first aid emergencies including 911, bleeding, burn and fracture injuries, Stroke, Heart Attack, EpiPen Administration, and much more. Realistic scenarios. Course is tailored to fit the needs of the company/student. Book included. 

Intended Audience: Anyone who does NOT care for young children as their occupation. Example: Construction workers, Electricians, High school coaching staff/High school PE teachers, Security officers...

Course duration: 4-6 Hours 

$30
BBP Bloodborne Pathogens

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Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms in human blood that can cause disease in humans. These pathogens include, but are not limited to, hepatitis B (HBV), hepatitis C (HCV) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Needlesticks and other sharps-related injuries may expose workers to bloodborne pathogens. Workers in many occupations, including first aid team members, housekeeping personnel in some industries, nurses and other healthcare personnel may be at risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens. This course teaches you about OSHA policies, to control exposure in the workplace, procedures if you ARE exposed, and how to physically clean/dispose of the hazard. Book is included. 

Intended Audience: Anyone who works in an industry with risk of exposure to bodily fluids. 

Course duration: 1 Hour

 * Often added to end of first aid training

Certification valid for one year 

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Course Catalog

$90
CPR / AED & Basic First Aid

$30
BBP Bloodborne Pathogens

$40
Mock Drill

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CPR, AED, and Basic First Aid for Adults. Covers CPR and AED for adults (child and infant is reviewed). Also basic first aid emergencies including 911, bleeding, burn and fracture injuries, Stroke, Heart Attack, EpiPen Administration, and much more. Realistic scenarios. Course is tailored to fit the needs of the company/student. Book included. 

Intended Audience: Anyone who does NOT care for young children as their occupation. Example: Construction workers, Electricians, High school coaching staff/High school PE teachers, Security officers...

Course duration: 4-6 Hours 

Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms in human blood that can cause disease in humans. These pathogens include, but are not limited to, hepatitis B (HBV), hepatitis C (HCV) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Needlesticks and other sharps-related injuries may expose workers to bloodborne pathogens. Workers in many occupations, including first aid team members, housekeeping personnel in some industries, nurses and other healthcare personnel may be at risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens. This course teaches you about OSHA policies, to control exposure in the workplace, procedures if you ARE exposed, and how to physically clean/dispose of the hazard. Book is included. 

Intended Audience: Anyone who works in an industry with risk of exposure to bodily fluids. 

Course duration: 1 Hour

 * Often added to end of first aid training

Certification valid for one year 

The objective of the Mock Drill is to review the emergency preparedness plan of the organization and evaluate standard operating procedure, so that, during an actual emergency, staff will follow predetermined steps to preserve life and property. 

The Mock Drill is designed individually for the business/staff environment. Emergency equipment/protocols are reviewed. Staff requirements and assignments are made, such as who starts CPR, who calls 911 and gets a first aid kit, and who searches the building, if evacuation is necessary. Where is the first aid kit located, and should it be moved to a more central location? Is there an AED on site? Where is the best/safest off-site location for evacuees to wait/regroup?

Live scenarios involving all staff are essential to a successful Mock Drill. 

Course duration: 2 hours – all day - $40 per person 


Active Shooter


Fleet Safety


Site Safety

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The increasing instances of active shooter event taking place is a sad reality of the world we live in today. The motivations driving people to commit such acts are varied and often unpredictable. If you ever find yourself in an active shooter scenario, remember, You Can Make It! Our training module is based upon the FBI’s Run, Hide, Fight protocol and has been developed in conjunction with retired law enforcement officers. It is designed to provide the participants with information that may save their lives in the event of an active shooter event. The module is a combination of classroom and practical training that may be delivered as a stand-alone module or as part of a larger Emergency Response training for your company. 
Module Outline: 
1. Basic Information – Active Shooter Scenario (What it is, 
     How it happens, Know that you can make it) 
2. Video 
3. Personal Response to Active Shooter Scenario 
    (we discuss how visitors, clients, patients will follow what
     employees do) 
4. The Sound of Gunfire (Since many case studies show
    that victims did not recognize the sound of gunfire, even 
    when it was in the same room, we introduce it by having
    the class close their eyes while we play the sounds of 
    different weapons at different volumes). 
5. Decision to Run 
6. Decision to Hide 
7. Decision to Fight 
8. What to do when first responders arrive 
9. Calling 911 
10. Q/A 
11. Facility Walk (We take the class through their facility and 
    identify standard and non-standard exits, places to hide, 
     and objects that can be used if they need to engage). 

Occupational Safe Driver Program
Keeping workers safe on the road

According to the United States Department of Labor, every 12 minutes someone dies in a motor vehicle crash, every 10 seconds an injury occurs, and every 5 seconds a crash occurs. Many of these incidents occur during the workday or during the commute to and from work. Employers bear the cost for injuries that occur both on and off the job.

Whether you manage a fleet of vehicles, oversee a mobile sales force or simply employ commuters, by implementing a driver safety program in the workplace you can greatly reduce the risks faced by your employees and their families while protecting your company’s bottom line.

Custom Solutions for your Fleet

Cobert Safety Professionals can create a customized solution, including advanced driver safety classes, to help keep your drivers collision free.

Occupational Safe Driver Programs / NSC Professional Truck Driver
Safe Driver programs also help protect your brand name by keeping your fleet collision-free.

Facilities Security and Safety Surveys

Our public safety professionals will assess your facility and recommend improvements to the safety and security of your staff, clients and visitors — and the environment that they work in. Specially trained law enforcement and certified security specialists who have experience in assessing commercial property including schools, warehouses, offices, and houses of worship will evaluate your location and make individually designed recommendations.

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School Safety

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HIGH SCHOOL PROGRAMS, keeping kids safe!

Driving is the #1 killer of high school students!

South Carolina reduced their teen driving death rate by 47% over a seven-year period between 2006 and 2013, by utilizing the Alive at 25 Program.

HOW DID THEY DO IT?
The National Safety Council worked with high schools and law enforcement to provide the Alive at 25 course to high school students. Students were told that if they wanted the privilege to park on the school campus, that they would have to take the four hour Alive at 25 course on their own time, and pay for it.

The cost of the program was reduced, and scholarships were made available. There was no cost to the schools.

Alive at 25 is not Drivers Ed.


Respirator Fit Testing

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A respirator fit test determines if a tight-fitting respirator can be worn without having any leaks. It should take place after an employee has been medically cleared to wear a respirator and before the employee actually wears it on the job. A respirator fit test is required for all tight-fitting respirators. An employee must complete the fit test using a respirator that’s the same make, model, and size of one he/she will wear on the job while also wearing any other required equipment (e.g., glasses).

There are two types of respirator fit tests as required by OSHA: qualitative and quantitative.
Qualitative Fit Testing (QLFT)
• More common method
• Normally used for half-mask respirators
• Relies on the user’s senses

Quantitative Fit Testing (QNFT)
• Uses a machine to numerically measure leakage into the facepiece
• Required for certain tight-fitting respirators, that must form a tight seal to work properly

Respirator Fit Testing is required by OSHA (29CFR1910.134) for all tight-fitting respirators, and both supplied-air and air-purifying respirators. They require fit testing prior to initial use, if there are changes to the brand/size of mask or any physical changes to the person’s face or neck that may affect the fit. Fit testing must be repeated annually.

Contact us for pricing and information on our Respirator Fit Testing Programs

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Alive at 25


ADoD Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving


Prop 64 Drug Ed

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Alive at 25 is a National Safety Council defensive driving course for young people between the ages of 15 and 25.

This 4-hour, evidence based classroom course, helps young drivers to develop decision making skills along with a heightened awareness about the civil, criminal and emotional consequences of their driving behaviors. It is highly interactive and based on facilitated and peer learning principles.

Students work together to better understand why their age group is high risk, learn about impaired and distracted driving, review basic traffic laws, and how to become defensive drivers with a commitment to do so.

Since 1995, more than 1,000,000 teens and young adults nationwide have been trained through Alive at 25.

Alive at 25 is currently in its 4th edition and is utilized nationwide by courts, schools, police and probation departments.

 *Call to register, and for pricing details

The Attitudinal Dynamics of Driving (ADoD) Course, now in its 4th edition, was developed by the National Safety Council. This 8-hour course is taught by certified law enforcement instructors and is designed for drivers of all ages who wish to improve their skills or have been mandated by the courts to take such a course.

Our goal is to reduce the number of violations, injuries and fatalities associated with automobile crashes. The course includes defensive driving principles and strategies, DUI education, basic traffic law review, factors that create risk, recognizing unsafe driving situations, and furthering the understanding that our choices are based on thought and reason.

The course is based on the work of behaviorist William Glaser’s institute and book, Choice Theory. Participants come to better understand what motivates their driving behaviors and make better driving choices.

The course includes a self-assessment profile and personal action plan.

Cobert Safety Professionals, in partnership with Enos CPR Services, has adopted The Change Companies® Keep It Direct & Simple, and Forward Thinking, Interactive Journaling curriculums.

These cognitive-behavioral courses, “My Substance Abuse,” and “What Got Me Here,” are each delivered in a one day Saturday class and utilizes evidence-based strategies to assist youth involved in, or at risk of entering, the criminal justice system. The courses help young people to make positive changes to their thoughts, feelings and behaviors.

The Forward Thinking Interactive Journaling® Series was developed in collaboration with the California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation, Division of Juvenile Justice’s Interactive Journaling® Charter.

My Substance Use takes a close look at the facts about marijuana, along with alcohol, stimulants, opioids, methamphetamine, inhalants, nicotine, hallucinogens, synthetic drugs and prescription drugs. Participants will gain a clear understanding of the effects of these substances on their bodies, minds and lives as they consider the consequences of their use and their current pattern of use. They will then weigh the costs and benefits of continuing use or changing their substance use behavior.

In What Got Me Here? participants explore the consequences of past decisions and begin to learn skills for controlling anger, handling negative peer pressure, working with authority figures and strengthening family ties. A section addressing marijuana use has been added to this course.


DDC 4 Defensive Driving

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Your first incident is too late to be thinking about driver safety .

The latest edition of DDC 4 is the most interactive and effective way to train drivers, whether they drive as their primary job function or just during their commute. With DDC 4, you can:

Influence and challenge participants to change their behind-the-wheel behaviors and attitudes so they will choose to drive safely, responsibly and lawfully.

Provide participants with basic knowledge, skills and techniques to avoid collisions and decrease future violations.

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industry

Course Catalog

$90
CPR / AED & Basic First Aid

$30
BBP Bloodborne Pathogens

$95
Wind Industry Specialized Training

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CPR, AED, and Basic First Aid for Adults. Covers CPR and AED for adults (child and infant is reviewed). Also basic first aid emergencies including 911, bleeding, burn and fracture injuries, Stroke, Heart Attack, EpiPen Administration, and much more. Realistic scenarios. Course is tailored to fit the needs of the company/student. Book included. 

Intended Audience: Anyone who does NOT care for young children as their occupation. Example: Construction workers, Electricians, High school coaching staff/High school PE teachers, Security officers...

Course duration: 4-6 Hours 

Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms in human blood that can cause disease in humans. These pathogens include, but are not limited to, hepatitis B (HBV), hepatitis C (HCV) and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV). Needlesticks and other sharps-related injuries may expose workers to bloodborne pathogens. Workers in many occupations, including first aid team members, housekeeping personnel in some industries, nurses and other healthcare personnel may be at risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens. This course teaches you about OSHA policies, to control exposure in the workplace, procedures if you ARE exposed, and how to physically clean/dispose of the hazard. Book is included. 

Intended Audience: Anyone who works in an industry with risk of exposure to bodily fluids. 

Course duration: 1 Hour

 * Often added to end of first aid training

Certification valid for one year 

The Wind and Solar Energy industry faces unique challenges in the eyes of safety and emergency preparedness. Traditional CPR and First aid training courses are too cookie-cutter to match the risks they routinely face. This unique course takes all of the unusual aspects of their jobs (remote locations, confined spaces, lack of cell service, long response times…) and provides a fresh perspective. Training is designed specifically for their industry. Most wind & solar staff have years of safety experience. This course takes the knowledge they already have, and expands on it. Recommendations for a successful outcome based on YEARS and years of experience. Training is provided by an ER nurse who is tower rescue trained. On site equipment is used for emergency drills, extrication practice on ground and up-tower if desired. Staff operated their own equipment, with certified equipment trainer monitoring. Management works with instructor to plan, and include/exclude topics in advance. CPR, AED and Advanced first aid training are provided. Two year certification cards are provided. Course is typically provided yearly, so that staff can practice or routine timeframe.

Course duration: 4-7 hours - $95 per person (plus travel*)

*This course is provided nationally--instructor provides training on site, even in remote locations*

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Good Samaritan Laws

When an emergency happens, a Good Samaritan is a person who voluntarily tries to help, without expectation or compensation. Good Samaritan Laws are intended to protect those who offer assistance of any type from being held liable if their actions end up causing unintended harm, or the outcome is poor.

Without laws to protect people trying to help when a sudden emergency occurs, many would walk away, for fear of being sued (or worse). In many emergencies, a delay can mean the difference between life and death. Good Samaritan Laws are intended to encourage people to help each other in emergency situations, before EMS arrives, but also to act responsibly whenever doing so.

Good Samaritan Law in California

In the state of California, the Good Samaritan Law falls under California Health and Safety Code Section 1799.102. This law states that when a person renders emergency care and acts in good faith without expecting compensation, they can’t be held liable for their acts or omissions.

The exception would be if their acts demonstrate gross negligence or wanton misconduct. For example, the Good Samaritan could be found negligent if they CAUSED the accident/emergency in the first place, or if, during help, they INTENDED to make the situation worse, or cause unnecessary harm.

Before 2011, this law only protected individuals who were required to help when off-duty (nurses, law enforcement, EMS). The law has since been amended to protect people ANYONE who offers voluntary help of any kind. This includes non-medical scenarios such as clearing traffic, staying beside someone to let them know they are not alone, helping someone out of a vehicle or calling 911. It protects those who do CPR and those who own and use AEDs. It also protects the worker who assists a coworker while on-duty.

Good Samaritans are incredibly important. Without them, the outcome could be extremely poor. They are the first to provide help and call 911. There are Good Samaritan laws in all 50 states, as well as on international waters (cruise ships) and in the air (while on planes).

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