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Wilderness Safety and First Aid Techniques

LenzSafety conducted a 10-hour Wilderness First Aid Training for the U.S. Forest Service and Local Mountaineering Organization, providing resources and education equipping their employees to provide aid in the event of an injury or emergency occurring in the wilderness. Even if you don’t work for an outdoor organization, having common knowledge of Below are some of our best tips for staying safe and providing care for common ailments that occur while in the great outdoors.

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Construction-Focused CPR and First Aid Training

LenzSafety recently facilitated a First Aid and CPR-AED training for employees at Blue Sound construction in Seattle. During the training, we shared the most up-to-date techniques to help keep those in construction-related fields safe and feeling confident in their ability to help a colleague in need in the event of injury.

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The Importance of Corporate CPR Training

Short for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation, CPR is a lifesaving procedure performed on someone going through cardiac arrest. CPR keeps the blood flow active until medical staff arrive and takes over. While performing CPR might sound intimidating, engaging in hands-on CPR training classes can help you take strides towards equipping your employees for an emergency. Ensuring that your employees receive CPR training can help foster a safer, more responsible workplace.

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Working Together to Keep your Business in OSHA Compliance

OSHA has a lot of regulations that business owners have to follow to keep in compliance. As an OSHA approved training provider, Lenz Safety has witnessed some companies have struggled with an OSHA inspection, while others sail right through with no problem. So what sets these companies apart from each other?

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OSHA Compliance: Online CPR and AED Training Compared to Hands-On Training

I feel bad for the well-intended worker or citizen who finds an “Online CPR Course” and spends their hard earned money, only to find out the course isn’t OSHA compliant. Just imagine you have that job all lined up and you really need your CPR and First Aid card before you start on Monday. You show up to your first day at that job and find out your card isn’t worth what you paid for it and ultimately you aren’t prepared.

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