A big part of what we do at Health & Safety Institute is pursue approvals for our ASHI and MEDIC First Aid emergency care programs. Occupational licensing boards, regulatory agencies, and other approvers sometimes stipulate specific conditions for approval which HSI and our approved Training Centers and authorized instructors must meet.
We all spend a lot of time on social media and that’s doubly true if you’re a small business owner. Engaging current and potential customers on the big platforms is an inexpensive marketing strategy that anyone can implement. But are there social media mistakes you should avoid?
When it comes to folks who appreciate the importance of our national 9-1-1 call service, emergency care instructors rank high on the list. In honor of April’s 9-1-1 Education Month, let’s look at some best practices we can share with our students and communities for those occasions when they need to activate Emergency Medical Services.
By guest blogger Bill Rowe, Director of Content Development
I still remember the day when the 2010 CPR and ECC guidelines were released and the primary message from the news media was that rescue breaths were eliminated from CPR. Headlines screamed, broadcasters announced with great fanfare, and sound bites ruled… rescue breaths were gone!
Will you be attending FDIC International, April 8-13 in Indianapolis, IN? Be sure to stop by our booth in the Lucas Oil Stadium (#9621) to learn more about all our 24-7 solutions for your continuing education needs.