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First Aid Certification is Now Providing Summer Courses for Heat Related Emergencies

Register Today for Quality Safety Training

Mississauga, Canada, July 18, 2014 --(PR.com)-- This summer, be prepared for the inevitable rise in heat-related emergencies. First Aid Certification is now providing specific First Aid Training in response to various kinds of Heat Stress. With the high UV and high humidity levels encroaching, it’s important that trainees know how to assess and treat Heat Cramps, Heat Exhaustion, and Heat Stroke. As always, First Aid Certification continues to offer Workplace Courses for Red Cross Certification in First Aid, CPR, and AED (automated external defibrillator). The courses are WSIB approved, which means they meet both provincial and federal occupational health and safety standards.

Training is provided by top-notch instructors who are all either firefighters or paramedics. The applied training method is a hands-on approach based on the needs particular to your business. This allows for the training you receive to be not only theoretical, but practical, and applicable to real-life emergency scenarios. When it comes to Heat Related First Aid, these superb instructors will make sure you are equipped to provide proper care and minimize shock.

The training can be done on your worksite, or at one of their locations in Brampton, Mississauga, or Oakville. All certifications are valid for a 3 year period, which can be registered for your company online securely in a matter of minutes upon completion.

First Aid Certification is a training partner of The Canadian Red Cross - a branch of the largest humanitarian network in the world, the International Red Cross and Red Crescent Movement. First Aid Certification is dedicated to providing quality safety training and prides itself on its hands-on teaching approach.

For more information, or to register for a safety training course, visit www.firstaidcertification.ca. You may also contact First Aid Certification (in partnership with the Canadian Red Cross) at 1-416-908-2549.
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First Aid Certification
Rob Millar
(416) 908-2549
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www.firstaidcertification.ca

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