Heartsaver CPR/AED

The Heartsaver CPR/AED Course is designed for lay rescuers who participate in a program of public access defibrillation (PAD). Focus is on the needs of a lay responder who must perform CPR, relief of FBAO in the responsive victim and use of an AED. Successful completion of the course is measured by verbal questions and skills evaluation.  Successful participants are issued a course completion card. Cost: $40

Heartsaver First Aid - Adult CPR/AED

The Heartsaver First Aid Course is a course that contains three core modules - General Principles, Medical Emergencies and Injury Emergencies. Environmental Emergencies is an optional module. The course contains information for lay rescuers on how to manage illness and injuries in the first few minutes until professional help arrives. Child/Infant CPR and AED are also covered in this course.  Cost: $80

First Aid Only: $40

Heartsaver Blood-Bourne Pathogen

The American Heart Association Heartsaver Blood-Borne Pathogens course teaches team members how to protect themselves and others from being exposed to blood or blood-containing materials. This course is intended for anyone that may come in contact with blood or blood-containing materials. This course is consistent with OSHA guidelines and can be combined with the Heartsaver First Aid / CPR/ AED course. This course will cover the following concepts:

  • What are blood-borne pathogens
  • How blood-borne pathogens enter the body
  • How blood-borne pathogens spread
  • Your employer-specific exposure control plan (provided by the employer)
    • Job classifications that have a reasonable chance of exposure to blood
    • List of tasks and procedures in which occupational exposure may occur and are performed by employees
    • Methods of compliance (employee protection)
    • Hepatitis B vaccination and post-exposure evaluation and follow-up
    • Communication of hazards to employees
    • Record keeping
    • Procedure for reviewing exposure events


Course Lengths: 2-4 hours

For more information call 423-431-7159 or 423-431-7147 or email hallrg@msha.com.