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Covid-19 Safety and Preventative Measures- Updated

By Justin Haagen on Jul 07, 2021

Safety Matters Certified Training, LLC is providing the following information, available from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control (CDC), to help address questions about the potential effects of coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) on emergency medical care training using the ASHI and American Heart Association training programs.

Mask Policy: Masks are required for all  students, guests, and employees.  Revised 7/22/21

 Safety Practices and Preventative Measures to be followed:

  • Training equipment will be thoroughly cleaned after every training class, following the manufacturer’s guidelines for cleaning and disinfecting.
  • Classroom surfaces will be thoroughly cleaned after every training class.
  • Students will wear gloves while performing hands on skills portions of the class and disinfecting wipes will be available to ensure equipment is thoroughly disinfected between student use. 
  • Face Shields will not be used to practice rescue breaths. We will not be performing any actual breaths In BLS classes. 




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