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Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP)

The American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) Bloodborne
pathogens training helps students understand what BBP are,
how they are spread and how to reduce risks of exposure for
themselves and others.  The program assists in meeting U.S
Dept of Labor OSHA requirements for Bloodborne Pathogens
Standards (29-CFR-1910.1030).

The Bloodborne pathogens training is required annually for
workplaces that  encounter blood or body fluids in the course of
their work.  This course is a combination of DVD, Power Point
and Hands-on practice.  New certifications take up to 2 hours.  

Renewals for staff that have already been trained run shorter.
There are no prerequisites for this class.

Emergency Oxygen Administration     
This program is intended to provide learners with the knowledge
and hands-on training in the skills of emergency oxygen
administration for suddenly ill or injured victims.

Participants should have had CPR and First Aid Training prior to
or in conjunction with this course.  

Medical personnel may combine CPR updates, bloodborne
pathogens class, and emergency oxygen administration for a
half-day to full-day training in-service.

CPR Pro for the Professional Rescuer (ASHI)

Basic Life Support or BLS is a Healthcare Provider Course
designed to provide a wide variety of healthcare professionals
the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies,
provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely
and effective manner. The course is intended for certified or
noncertified, licensed or nonlicensed healthcare professionals.  
This course is appropriate for health care providers who work in
a hospital setting.  Check to see if your facility accepts ASHI
certificationsCPR Pro is an American Health and Safety Institute
(ASHI) course approved by the Continuing Education
Coordinating Board for Emergency Medical Services
(CECBEMS)* and is accepted by the National Registry of
Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT). The program has
also been approved by many state health agencies and may
be used to meet the Joint Commission on Accreditation of
Healthcare Organization’s (JCAHO) Resuscitation Standard.