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Old February 21st, 2010, 15:42   #9
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Originally Posted by Love View Post
First aid with CPR B
... Um... screw that, if he's really serious then someone on staff with First Responder, Wilderness/Remote First Aid or something similar to those levels is probably a better idea than a simple 16 hour (2 day) course.

Note, I only have Safety Oriented First Aid (Standard First Aid) CPR C w/ AED Module that's good enough for the jobs that I'm applying for (I hope to be doing field work involving gathering data out in remote locations this summer) but if you're going to be running a business where something like this is likely it's probably good to retain someone with more advanced training on staff (and possibly recert every year even if the insurance doesn't require it).
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