In the workplace, employers are reinforcing
the need for CPR training. In Toronto, companies will be the first to tell you
that health and safety is at the core of all of their business practices and
activities. The WSIB has set forth requirements that there must be an employee
trained in emergency first aid in workplaces that have five or more employees.
It is often recommended that employers train multiple employees to ensure that
each shift is covered with at least one individual with first aid and CPR
training. This is to help ensure that the company is always adhering by the
compliance requirements set forth by the WSIB, even when someone is sick or on
break. Since some professions require
CPR training and certification, companies have adapted to providing customized
group training sessions of up to 95 people in order to accommodate the growing
and changing needs of different organizations.
or Off-Sight Training
Trusted training companies, such as Synergy
Employment Services, offer either on-site or off-site training depending on the
needs of your business. Their scheduling is extremely flexible. Courses can be
scheduled for large or small groups, on weekdays or weekends at their Toronto
Training Center. CPR certification courses are also offered at York University
for nursing students and other interested students all summer long.
Aside from great training and service,
Synergy Employment Services offers the lowest price out of all of Toronto's
five main competitors for CPR recertification. They have established this
competitive advantage by establishing other streams of business that are
profitable, allowing them to provide the most value during the training
process. Synergy believes that CPR training can save lives, but they know that
compliance begins with education. Being passionate about the education process,
their competitive pricing and price match guarantee ensures that they are
providing the most value during the education process.
with Red Cross
Not only do their instructors have a
minimum of 10 years of experience, but also Synergy Employment is a training
partner of the Red Cross. Red Cross CPR certification programs are valid for up
to three years; however, in certain occupations, annual recertification is
required to stay up to date on the latest knowledge, skills and techniques. The
Red Cross maintains a national registry of all participants to ensure
compliance in the case of lost or stolen documentation.
Most companies know the value of health and
safety. CPR training in Toronto can be expensive, especially if your company is
looking to train a large group of people. It is important to look for a company
with competitive pricing, experienced instructors, and affiliation with the Red
Cross. Red Cross training programs are valid for up to three years upon
certification, but it is often recommended that participants sharpen their
skills through annual recertification.
As of next year the Canadian Red Cross will
stop providing training at their own sites and will rely on their training
partners such as Synergy for the delivery of First Aid and CPR programs.