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Working Safely in Cold Weather
Working safely in cold weather requires more than just the right clothing. This presentation provides viewers with detailed information on how to safely work in cold weather conditions. It will explain how the systems of the body work in cold conditions, how to spot frostbite and other cold-related illness, as well as how to properly dress and work in the cold months. Prevention is emphasized as viewers are shown signs of distress to look for in themselves and co-workers and how to safely handle such situations.
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They’re everywhere on the Internet: seemingly legitimate organizations offering “instant” CPR or first aid certification for busy people who are required to hold current certification. And it often says right on those websites that online-only CPR or first aid certification is “nationally accepted“. It is not. No major nationally recognized training program in the United States endorses certification without practice and evaluation of hands-on skills.
To help get the word out and educate consumers about the perils of on-line only first aid and CPR certification, Health & Safety Institute (HSI) put together a public service announcement website (http://news.hsi.com/onlineonlycpr) with some facts and recommendations for anyone seeking CPR training to meet their occupational requirements.