First Aid Retraining is Now Required Every Two Years

March 15, 2013

First Aid Training is changing its three-year retraining requirement to every two years. The change brings the Lab’s training curriculum (American Safety and Health Institute) into alignment with other national standards like the American Heart Association and the Red Cross. It also aligns CPR training with First Aid training so both have a two-year retraining cycle. The JHA notification system will alert employees about their appropriate retraining deadlines. More>

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One Response to “First Aid Retraining is Now Required Every Two Years”

  1. Joseph Virzi says:

    It’s hard to argue against safety, but was a problem actually solved here? Oh right! Preemptive caution? Are actual medical experts making these decisions, or people talking around the proverbial water cooler, feeling like stirring things up?

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