American Heart Association training for cardiopulmonary resuscitation and AED use. Click Here for Details
Defensive driving course instructorship that permits instructors to grant point reduction and insurance discountsClick Here for Details
National Safety Council instructor training for emergency vehicle operation.Click Here for Details
Department of Health required training for MAV operators in New Jersey. Provides the fundamentals of operating a wheelchair van/ambulette, working a hydraulic lift, and assisting patients with mobility needs.Click Here for Details
Development for becoming a New Jersey Emergency Medical Technician Instructor.Click Here for Details
Training for teaching and administering the program for OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogens standardClick Here for Details
Training for teaching and administering a program for OSHA’s Hazard Communication standard.Click Here for Details
Training for teaching and administering a program for OSHA’s Respiratory protection standard.Click Here for Details
Respirators range from simple filters like N95 masks for Tuberculosis to Air Purifying Respirators (APRs) to self-contained breathing apparatuses (SCBA). Regardless of the type, respirators need training and maintenance programs as well as verification of appropriate size and fit for the device and users in question.
The Respiratory Protection Standard, 29 CFR 1910.134. It requires a written program for respirator use, medical evaluations of the respirator users, fit testing of respirator models used on potential wearers, and training of the respirator users. The Respiratory Protection Train-the-Trainer program will prepare the attendee to coordinate the respiratory protection program, conduct the training, and perform both qualitative and quantitative fit testing.
Time Frame: 8 hours classroom program