First Aid/CPR/AED

First Aid/CPR/AED Certification Course at Elevation Advancements in Buckhannon, West Virginia

Become equipped with lifesaving knowledge with our specialized First Aid / CPR / AED Certification Course. Tailored for professionals like fiber optic technicians and others working in high-risk environments, this training equips you with crucial skills to respond effectively to health emergencies on the job. Gain confidence in your ability to handle medical situations with our comprehensive course designed to prepare you for any situation you and/or a teammate may encounter in the workplace.

What You Will Learn:


Construction-Specific First Aid Skills

Learn essential first aid techniques tailored to common injuries and medical emergencies encountered on construction sites, including cuts, scrapes, burns, fractures, and crush injuries.


Effective CPR Techniques

Gain proficiency in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) techniques, including chest compressions and rescue breaths, specifically adapted for adults, children, and infants.


AED Usage in Construction Environments

Understand the proper operation and deployment of automated external defibrillator (AED) devices commonly found on construction sites, and learn how to integrate AED usage with CPR techniques to respond to cardiac arrest emergencies effectively.


Injury Prevention and Scene Management

Learn strategies for preventing workplace injuries and conducting scene safety assessments to ensure the safety of both rescuers and victims amidst construction hazards.


Specialized Construction Industry Scenarios

Address construction-specific injuries and emergencies, such as falls from heights, electrical shocks, entrapment, and exposure to hazardous materials, through practical scenarios and case studies relevant to construction environments.


Communication and Coordination with Emergency Services

Develop skills in effectively communicating with emergency medical services (EMS) and other responders, including providing pertinent information about the nature and severity of injuries and coordinating on-site rescue efforts.