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Some Industries That NESS Can Help


Child Care/Day Care Centers | Health & Fitness Centers

Boy Scouts/Girl Scouts | Schools & Community | Restaurants/Hotels/Golf Courses

Courses for Construction, Manufacturing & Utility

 

Child Care/Day Care Centers

Massachusetts Office of Early Education and Childcare (formerly known as OCCS) required staff members of a child care/day care center to be trained and certified in Pediatric CPR and First Aid. This course is designed for anyone who might need to respond to a pediatric first aid emergency (due to job or regulatory requirements) and require a course completion credential.

The Pediatric CPR and First Aid courses show individuals how to manage a pediatric injury or illness until professional help arrives. Contains six modules: first aid basics, medical emergencies, injury emergencies, environmental emergencies, and two optional modules addressing first aid and CPR/AED use (which are designed to meet regulations for childcare centers).

Our program comes with the Pediatric First Aid Quick Reference Guide, a Child and Infant CPR & AED reminder card, and a CD with supplemental information and video clips for keeping skills sharp.

Health Fitness Centers

First Aid
  Course includes information and training in the first-aid skills recommended by OSHA, all in a format that can be delivered in a single day, teaching rescuers to effectively recognize and treat adult emergencies in the critical first minutes until emergency medical personnel arrive. All scenarios and lecture materials are based on your company's policies, standard operating procedures, and industry requirements. The core module includes: general principles, medical emergencies and injury emergencies for first aid.

CPR/AED The AED Course teaches the basic techniques of adult CPR and how to use an AED. The AED course includes operation, application, maintenance, AED Implementation Guidelines, and a practice skills session. We have enough equipment and supplies for all students to participate with minimum wait times. Students will also learn about using barrier devices in CPR and giving first aid for choking. The course teaches how to recognize the signs of four major emergencies: heart attack, stroke, cardiac arrest and foreign-body airway obstruction.
Effective June of 2007, all "Health Clubs" Must Purchase an Automated External Defibrillator (AED).  

 

Chapter 420 of Acts of 2006
"Health club," each facility or location or group or chain of facilities or locations, in which any person, firm, corporation, partnership, unincorporated association, franchise or other business enterprise offers facilities for or instruction, training or assistance in the preservation, maintenance, encouragement or development of physical fitness, conditioning or well being. Such terms shall include, but not be limited to, health spas, sports, tennis, racquet ball, platform tennis and health clubs, figure salons, health studios, gymnasiums, weight control centers or studios, martial arts and self-defense schools, or any other similar course of physical training. http://www.mass.gov/legis/laws/mgl/93-78.htm

Bloodborne Pathogens
 for those who may come in contact with potentially infectious materials as part of their job. You will learn about transmission of disease, prevention, universal precautions, exposure control, labeling and exposure determination.

Boy Scouts/Girl Scouts

Boy Scouts:
Any unit going to a High Adventure location has specific First aid/CPR requirements:

  • Philmont Scout Ranch: At least one person (either and advisor/adult or scout) to be certified in Wilderness First Aid and CPR.
  • Florida Sea Base: One person must be CPR certified.

BSA strongly recommended that adult leaders in Scouting avail themselves of CPR and first-aid training by the American Red Cross or any recognized agency to be aware of the latest techniques and procedures. ALL CPR and First Aid courses that NESS provides are BSA approved


Girl Scouts:
Girl Scouts of America strongly recommended that adult leaders in Scouting avail themselves of CPR and first-aid training by the American Red Cross or any recognized agency to be aware of the latest techniques and procedures. ALL CPR and First Aid courses that NESS provides are BSA approved.

 

Construction/Mining/Manufacturing and Utility
PROTECTING YOUR BUSINESS AND EMPLOYEES

If someone suddenly collapsed, would you know what to do? We do.

BENEFITS OF NESS
When you choose NESS, you save time and money. By creating a creating a safer workplace, you avoid fines for non-compliance to OSHA's Construction Industry Standards (Part 1910) Title 29 and the Code for Federal Regulations and lower workers compensation costs.

FIRST AID KITS AND SUPPLIES  29 CFR 1910.151 (b)                
PERSONAL PROTECTIVE EQUIPMENT (PPE)  29 CFR 1910.132 (a)
CPR AND FIRST AID TRAINING  29 CFR 1910.151 (b)
BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS  29 CFR 1910.1030 (d)  
and MORE...
     

 

Restaurants/Hotels/Golf Courses

Department of Public Health (DPH), Massachusetts General Laws (M.G.L.) & OSHA Required Trainings:

Obstructive Airway Training: Chapter 94: Section 305D. Each restaurant, having a seating capacity of twenty-five persons or more, when food is being served, an employee trained in manual procedures approved by the department of public health to remove food so lodged in a person's throat.

First Aid Training:  General Industry Regulation - 1910.151(b) In the absence of an infirmary, clinic, or hospital in near proximity to the workplace which is used for the treatment of all injured employees, a person or persons shall be adequately trained to render first aid. Adequate first aid supplies shall be readily available.

AED Training and Purchase: 
Chapter 420 of the Acts of 2006. An Act requiring Automatic External Defibrillator devices in "health clubs".

CPR & Pool Safety Training:
105 CMR: Department of Public Health CMR 435.00: Minimum Standards for Swimming Pools

CPR and First Aid for Hotel, Restaurant & Golf Courses:
NESS provides the following programs specifically designed to keep you in compliance with the Department of Public Health, Massachusetts Board of Professional Licensing, Massachusetts General Laws (M.G.L.) and OSHA.

First Aid:
 Course includes information and training in the first-aid skills recommended by OSHA, all in a format that can be delivered in a single day, teaching rescuers to effectively recognize and treat adult emergencies in the critical first minutes until emergency medical personnel arrive. All scenarios and lecture material is based on your company's policies, standard operating procedures, and industry requirements.

The core module includes: general principles, medical emergencies and injury emergencies for first aid.

CPR/AED
 The AED Course teaches the basic techniques of adult CPR and how to use an AED. The AED course includes operation, application, maintenance, AED Implementation Guidelines, and a practice skills session. We have enough equipment and supplies for all students to participate with minimum wait times. Students will also learn about using barrier devices in CPR and giving first aid for choking. The course teaches how to recognize the signs of four major emergencies: heart attack, stroke, cardiac arrest and foreign-body airway obstruction.

Obstructed Airway
 Training for the restaurant industry. You will learn how to recognize, respond and execute the skills needed to assist a choking victim. You will learn what to do for someone who is too tall, too big, too short, pregnant or if you are by yourself.

Bloodborne Pathogens
 Training for those who may come in contact with potentially infectious materials as part of their job. You will learn about transmission of disease, prevention, universal precautions, exposure control, labeling and exposure determina.

Safety in School and Community
Public attention often focuses on school violence. However, studies indicate that school-age children are nine times more likely to sustain an unintentional injury than to be the victim of an intentional injury while at school. 

Playgrounds are associated with the majority of injuries among elementary school students. Athletics, including both physical education classes and organized sports, account for the majority of injuries among secondary school students.

 


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