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On or off site, one person or one hundred.
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For more than 20 years, we’ve been coordinating successful group training sessions of all sizes. But we’re just as happy training one person, too. No request is too large — or too small. Talk with us about your needs. We’ll do everything we can to accommodate you.


We want to inform you of the steps we take at Specialized Health and Safety to maintain a healthy and safe environment.

What Do We Use To Disinfect?

We have always and obviously will continue to clean the CPR manikins (includes the face, lungs and clothing) and pocket masks after every class.  We will be additional cleaning the skill sheets, the bathroom (when the class is being offered at my home) and all used surfaces before every class.  We use bleach, EPA-approved sprays and wipes.  Example of the spray we use is CleanSmart Disinfectant Spray.  It is a hospital-grade and EPA approved disinfectant that kills 99.9% of viruses, bacteria, and fungi and leaves ZERO chemical residue behind. CleanSmart is medical-device approved to disinfect CPAP and BiPAP equipment. Eliminate dangerous germs that lurk in sleep-aid equipment.

Both American Red Cross and American Heart have release new guidelines for instructors when teaching CPR, AED and First Aid classes.

We have always and obviously will continue to clean the CPR manikins (includes the face, lungs and clothing) and pocket masks after every class.  We will be additional cleaning the skill sheets, the bathroom (when the class is being offered at my home) and all used surfaces before every class.  We use bleach, EPA-approved sprays and wipes.  Example of the spray we use is CleanSmart Disinfectant Spray.  It is a hospital-grade and EPA approved disinfectant that kills 99.9% of viruses, bacteria, and fungi and leaves ZERO chemical residue behind. CleanSmart is medical-device approved to disinfect CPAP and BiPAP equipment. Eliminate dangerous germs that lurk in sleep-aid equipment.

Both American Red Cross and American Heart have release new guidelines for instructors when teaching CPR, AED and First Aid classes.

  • Participants and instructors must perform hand hygiene using either soap and water for at least 20 seconds or an alcohol-based hand sanitizer that contains at least 60% alcohol if soap and water are not available at a minimum
  • Beginning and end of class
  • Before and after skills practice sessions
  • Manikins and other training devices touched by students should be cleaned between each
  • Social distance – at least 5-6 feet apart

What You Can Do:

If the student has been ill or has any signs of illness within the past 24 hours prior to the class (cough, runny nose, fever or other symptoms), they should not attend class and reschedule their training.

Your Decision:

Our policy has always been offering our customers flexibility when scheduling and re-scheduling classes.  Please let us know if you would like to reschedule or postpone your training.

Let’s all work together to stay healthy and safe. Please feel free to reach out with any questions. In the meantime, useful information can be found on the CDC’s COVID-19 website.

Classes

Adult CPR/First Aid/AED
Adult CPR/First Aid
First Aid
Basic Life Support
Pediatric CPR/First Aid
SUID/Abusive Head Trauma ​

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Management

We offer comprehensive instructor support, including records management! We ensure you meet the requirements to stay current as a certified instructor maintain your student records accurately and meticulously remind you to complete training updates whenever.

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These are our promises to you

We’ll make things as easy as possible.
All of our training begins and ends with you, the client.
We’ll make sure you get the RIGHT training.
We’ll be as efficient and affordable as possible.
We’ll get you to laugh or smile. (We know it’s hard to believe!)