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Bloodborne Pathogens Protection (BBP)
Safety Tips

Bloodborne Pathogens Protection (BBP)

This safety training tip topic is bloodborne pathogens (BBP) are viruses and bacteria found in human blood or body fluids...  More →

Blood Donor Month: Blood Is An Essential Medicine
Emergency Care Blog

Blood Donor Month: Blood Is An Essential Medicine

The U.S. is facing the worst blood shortage in recent years with blood centers across the country having a dangerously...  More →

Related Topics: Blood Donation , First Aid

Bloodborne Pathogens Safety | Infographic
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Bloodborne Pathogens Safety | Infographic

In the workplace, accidents involving blood and other body fluids happen every day. But providing aid to victims can put...  More →

Related Topics: BBP , bloodborne pathogens , Compliance , exposure , healthcare , OSHA

Blood Donor Month: Blood Is An Essential Medicine
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Blood Donor Month: Blood Is An Essential Medicine

The U.S. is facing the worst blood shortage in recent years with blood centers across the country having a dangerously...  More →

Related Topics: Blood Donation , First Aid

Can the Virus Behind COVID-19 be Spread by Blood?
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Can the Virus Behind COVID-19 be Spread by Blood?

Authored by Amber Mitchell, DrPH, MPH, CPH and Jonathan Rosen, MS, CIH Since the SARS-CoV-2 virus can be detected in...  More →

Related Topics: covid-19

Stand Up For Better Health
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Stand Up For Better Health

Sitting for extended periods of time can be detrimental to your health, leading to an increased risk of blood clots...  More →

Lead Awareness
Safety Tips

Lead Awareness

Lead is one of the most common toxic elements found in industry and is a leading cause of workplace illness...  More →

Getting Started in Emergency Care Training
eBooks

Getting Started in Emergency Care Training

HSI provides flexible, innovative emergency care training and certification solutions for individuals, businesses, and communities. From CPR, AED, and first...  More →

How To Keep Mandatory Refresher Training Interesting
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How To Keep Mandatory Refresher Training Interesting

Workforce safety training is boring. The occupational safety & health administration (OSHA) has more than 20 standards that require annual...  More →

Infection Control
Supervisor Safety Tips

Infection Control

Join HSI Chief Safety Officer Jill James as she visits environmental health and safety professionals in their workplaces to explore...  More →

Brayden CPR Manikins
Emergency Care

Brayden CPR Manikins

The Brayden manikin allows students to see the real point of CPR – getting the blood flowing to the brain...  More →

How to Safely Remove a Tick
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How to Safely Remove a Tick

Ticks are blood-feeding parasites that attach firmly to the skin’s surface. They’re usually found in shrubs and tall grassy areas...  More →

Related Topics: First Aid , tick removal

How to Safely Remove a Tick
Emergency Care Blog

How to Safely Remove a Tick

Ticks are blood-feeding parasites that attach firmly to the skin’s surface. They’re usually found in shrubs and tall grassy areas...  More →

Related Topics: First Aid , tick removal

Are Rescue Breaths Necessary During CPR?
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Are Rescue Breaths Necessary During CPR?

During a cardiac arrest emergency, immediate high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) improves the chance of survival by providing oxygen-rich blood to...  More →

Related Topics: CPR , Rescue Breathing , CARDIAC ARREST , SCA

Hypertension: A Leading Risk Factor for Heart Disease
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Hypertension: A Leading Risk Factor for Heart Disease

As part of our American Heart Month blog series, we want to focus on a leading risk factor for both...  More →

Related Topics: heart health , heart disease

Are Rescue Breaths Necessary During CPR?
Emergency Care Blog

Are Rescue Breaths Necessary During CPR?

During a cardiac arrest emergency, immediate high-quality cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) improves the chance of survival by providing oxygen-rich blood to...  More →

Related Topics: CPR , Rescue Breathing , SCA

Hypertension: A Leading Risk Factor for Heart Disease
Emergency Care Blog

Hypertension: A Leading Risk Factor for Heart Disease

As part of our American Heart Month blog series, we want to focus on a leading risk factor for both...  More →

Related Topics: heart health , heart disease

How to Position Your Hands for CPR: Adult, Child, and Infant Guide
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How to Position Your Hands for CPR: Adult, Child, and Infant Guide

Cardiac arrest is among the leading cause of death in the United States and worldwide. This life-threatening emergency occurs when...  More →

Related Topics: CPR , cpr training , SCA , Sudden Cardiac Arrest , hand placement

Prevent Heart Disease by Keeping That Heart Healthy!
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Prevent Heart Disease by Keeping That Heart Healthy!

Did you know that some health conditions and lifestyle factors can put people at a higher risk for developing heart...  More →

Related Topics: Heart Attack , heart , heart disease

Emergency Bleeding: How To Stop The Bleed Until Help Arrives
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Emergency Bleeding: How To Stop The Bleed Until Help Arrives

Uncontrolled bleeding is a major cause of preventable death in the United States. In fact, around 40% of deaths from...  More →

Related Topics: Bleeding Control , Stop the Bleed , First Aid

OSHA 10 Hour Training
OSHA 10 & 30 Hour Training

OSHA 10 Hour Training

The 10-hour OSHA Outreach courses provide basic awareness training on the recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of workplace hazards. HSI...  More →

What to Do in a Heart Attack Emergency
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What to Do in a Heart Attack Emergency

Each year, about 805,000 Americans have a heart attack – averaging out to about one every 40 seconds. A heart...  More →

Related Topics: Heart Attack , SCA , Sudden Cardiac Arrest , AED , CPR , Calling 911

How to Position Your Hands for CPR: Adult, Child, and Infant Guide
Emergency Care Blog

How to Position Your Hands for CPR: Adult, Child, and Infant Guide

Cardiac arrest is among the leading cause of death in the United States and worldwide. This life-threatening emergency occurs when...  More →

Related Topics: CPR , cpr training , SCA , Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Stop the Bleed Training | Bleeding Control Management
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Stop the Bleed Training | Bleeding Control Management

Three Principles to Stop the Bleed A person with a severe injury can bleed to death in as little as...  More →

Related Topics: AVERT , Stop the Bleed , Bleeding Control , active shooter , active violence

Emergency Bleeding: How To Stop The Bleed Until Help Arrives
Emergency Care Blog

Emergency Bleeding: How To Stop The Bleed Until Help Arrives

Uncontrolled bleeding is a major cause of preventable death in the United States. In fact, around 40% of deaths from...  More →

Related Topics: Bleeding Control , Stop the Bleed , First Aid

Resolve to Have a Safe 2017
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Resolve to Have a Safe 2017

Diet fads and gym memberships come and go, but a resolution for a safer 2017 for you, your family, and...  More →

Related Topics: Safety , Safe year , 2017

How to Promote Training Courses to Employees
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How to Promote Training Courses to Employees

Maybe your internal team has spent months getting certified, creating materials for leader-led courses, buying new software or licenses, booking...  More →

Related Topics: Training & Development , Employee Engagement

Do You Understand the Symptoms and Risks of Cardiovascular Disease?
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Do You Understand the Symptoms and Risks of Cardiovascular Disease?

We talk a lot on our blog about sudden cardiac arrest, but today let’s look at a broader topic in...  More →

Related Topics: CARDIOVASCULAR , heart , Heart Attack , heart disease

Online Safety Training: What Customers Say They Want, But Don’t Have (and where to find it)
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Online Safety Training: What Customers Say They Want, But Don’t Have (and where to find it)

One recent survey of customer’s across the online training industry revealed a wish list of specific training desires, course titles...  More →

Related Topics: awareness , Compliance , Driving , online safety training

Hand Safety
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Hand Safety

An average of 180,000 hand-related injuries occurred on-the-job each year. All of these injuries are preventable with proper safety training...  More →

Heart Health Matters
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Heart Health Matters

February is American Heart Month, giving each of us a chance to refocus on our cardiovascular health. So, let’s brush...  More →

Related Topics: Heart Month , heart , heart health , heart disease , Heart Attack

Sudden Cardiac Arrest vs. Heart Attack: What's the Difference?
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Sudden Cardiac Arrest vs. Heart Attack: What's the Difference?

Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness Month is right around the corner! So, let’s address one of the most common questions that...  More →

Related Topics: Sudden Cardiac Arrest , Heart Attack , SCA

Top 12 Myths About Sudden Cardiac Arrest
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Top 12 Myths About Sudden Cardiac Arrest

Sudden cardiac arrest (SCA) is a life-threatening emergency that occurs when the heart suddenly and unexpectedly stops beating. Despite its...  More →

Related Topics: CARDIAC ARREST , SCA , Sudden Cardiac Arrest , AED , CPR , Heart Attack

Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness – Get Educated and Spread the Word!
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Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness – Get Educated and Spread the Word!

The Heart Rhythm Society (HRS) in Washington, DC, an organization dedicated to improving the care of patients by advancing research...  More →

Related Topics: Cardiac , CARDIAC ARREST

Cold Weather Safety
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Cold Weather Safety

If you’re not prepared, getting caught in cold weather can have a chilling effect. This safety training video details by...  More →

Sudden Cardiac Arrest vs. Heart Attack: What's the Difference?
Emergency Care Blog

Sudden Cardiac Arrest vs. Heart Attack: What's the Difference?

Sudden Cardiac Arrest Awareness Month is right around the corner! So, let’s address one of the most common questions that...  More →

Related Topics: Sudden Cardiac Arrest , Heart Attack , SCA

Violence Prevention: Part One
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Violence Prevention: Part One

When you think of violence prevention, who are you thinking of protecting? What sort of violence is top of mind...  More →

Related Topics: hr , job , online safety training , OSHA , personal protective equipment , PPE , Safety , safety pro

5 simple steps to improve your heart health
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5 simple steps to improve your heart health

There are many factors that play a role in your risk for heart disease. For example, health conditions like hypertension...  More →

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FAQ: Are MDs Exempt from OSHA Training Standards?
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FAQ: Are MDs Exempt from OSHA Training Standards?

In conversation with customers, this question comes up often enough to be addressed, so I’m going into more detail here...  More →

Related Topics: bloodborne pathogens , exposure , federal standards , healthcare , medical , OSHA , Training

5 simple steps to improve your heart health
Emergency Care Blog

5 simple steps to improve your heart health

There are many factors that play a role in your risk for heart disease. For example, health conditions like hypertension...  More →

Related Topics: heart health , heart disease

Hepatitis C Infection Rate Increasing
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Hepatitis C Infection Rate Increasing

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) recently announced that the U.S. is seeing a significant upward trend in...  More →

Related Topics: BBP , Hepatitis

American Heart Month: Women and Heart Disease
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American Heart Month: Women and Heart Disease

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. for both men and women. However, women sometimes experience...  More →

Related Topics: heart disease , heart health

Heart Month — Shining a Light on Women’s Health
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Heart Month — Shining a Light on Women’s Health

It goes against the old stereotype, but it’s true: As the Mayo Clinic points out, more women than men die...  More →

Related Topics: heart , Heart Attack , heart health

HSI January Newsletter
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HSI January Newsletter

Your monthly digest of EHS, Compliance, and Professional Development resources & news for you and your business, with something for everyone....  More →

Related Topics: newsletter , safety pro , Safety , Health , health and safety , safety training

Workplace Violence Prevention Training Components
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Workplace Violence Prevention Training Components

Four Components of Workplace Violence Prevention Training A person with a severe injury can bleed to death in as little...  More →

Related Topics: active shooter , active violence , AVERT , Bleeding Control , workplace violence

American Heart Month: Women and Heart Disease
Emergency Care Blog

American Heart Month: Women and Heart Disease

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the U.S. for both men and women. However, women sometimes experience...  More →

Related Topics: heart health , heart disease

Health and Wellness Training Videos
Employee Training & Development

Health and Wellness Training Videos

With the labor shortage and "great resignation" companies are paying more attention to creating a culture that makes employee mental...  More →

How to Give Effective Toolbox Talks, Part 2: The Topics
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How to Give Effective Toolbox Talks, Part 2: The Topics

Constantly finding new topics for safety toolbox talks can be challenging. If you have a morning safety meeting every day...  More →

Related Topics: toolbox talk , toolbox , supervisor

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