Corporate and Industrial
Advanced CPR Training is the leader in providing American Heart Association CPR, First Aid, and AED training. An Advanced CPR Training instructor will teach rescuers to effectively recognize and treat adult emergencies in the critical first minutes until EMS personnel arrive. The course also provides a complete health and safety training solution for first aid, CPR, and AED use. Please visit our First Aid and Safety Catalog.
How This Works
Explains basic first aid principles, trains how to recognize and respond to medical emergencies, and teaches specific steps for treating injuries.
Teaches hands-on skills and includes practice with a 1:1 student to mannequin ratio presented through realistic case-based scenarios.
Trains you how to use an AED to respond to cardiac emergencies.
AED Rental Program
When you sign up for the Zoll Plus® AED program, it’s much more than an AED purchase. You get the new Zoll Plus® AED, wall cabinet, AED training, pads, battery replacement, and software upgrades all at a low, fixed monthly cost of only $109 per month with a 36-month service agreement.
The AED Plus is the first and only full-rescue AED that provides Real CPR Help® for rate and depth of chest compressions. With real-time feedback, the rescuer can provide the best manual CPR possible in a sudden cardiac arrest (SCA). The AED Plus also guides rescuers through the complete Chain of Survival helping all SCA victims, not just those who need a shock.
How This Works
Program Planning – Choose your AED devices, how many and where they will be placed.
Program Launch – An Advanced CPR Training professional will install your AEDs and provide a demo. AED training is also available and highly recommended.
Ongoing Support – Stay on top of your AED program with online program management and regular maintenance.
Our Fire Extinguisher Training Program Includes:
Having your employees trained to properly use a fire extinguisher is important. In fact, giving you the confidence to react quickly during an emergency is a big part of our passion for helping you protect your people and your business. Through hands-on training with fire simulations in a safe learning environment, our professional instructors will educate your staff on the basics of fire extinguisher locations, common fire hazards, proper procedures, safe evacuation routes, and more.
Grow Your Team’s Confidence When It Counts With On-Site Training
- An overview of common types of fire protection equipment
- A discussion of common extinguisher types
- Education on common causes of fires
- A review of current fire evacuation procedures
- Emergency preparedness training
- Fire hazard awareness training
- Training on P.A.S.S. method
- The different classes of fires
Be Ready™: Fire Extinguisher Inspection
Protection from fire starts with making sure your fire extinguishers are ready to go. Extinguishers are the first line of defence and a valuable means of egress during an emergency. So, it is important that you are properly testing and inspecting each unit in your facility… and that’s where Advanced CPR Training comes in.
How This Works
Visual Inspection: gauges, dates, cylinder, etc.
Physical Inspection: weight, hose, seals, etc.
Verify and Tag Unit: Location and date
Features & Benefits
- Helps you stay compliant
- Helps you keep your equipment ready
- Can help meet insurance requirements
- Promotes safety
You Can Count On The Knowledge and Commitment From Advanced CPR For Your*:
- Monthly Inspections. The NFPA requires inspection of your extinguisher every month. During this check, a Cintas technician will visually inspect the unit, clean, check pull pin as well as provide documentation of the inspection.
- Annual Maintenance. An inspection of each of your extinguishers is often required by NFPA or the local AHJ. Depending on your jurisdiction and the type of unit the inspection may need to be performed by a licensed professional
- Internal Maintenance and hydrostatic testing. Stored pressure ABC extinguishers are very common, and they often require internal maintenance every 6 years and hydrostatic testing every 12 years. Other types of extinguishers may vary in their internal examination and testing intervals.
* Service options may vary depending on service locations.