AEDs can be used on victims of sudden cardiac arrest. Sudden cardiac arrest is the leading cause of death in the United States. It can happen anywhere, to anyone, any time, without warning, without symptoms, and regardless of age or general health. Victims have a better chance of survival when defibrillated within the American Heart Association recommended response time of 3-5 minutes. Defibrillation is the only definitive treatment for converting ventricular fibrillation, the heart rhythm of victims in cardiac arrest.
Who needs an AED?
OSHA strongly recommends placement of AEDs in all work environments!
- Daycare Facilities
- Manufacturing Facilities
- Athletic/Recreational Complexes
- Trains, Buses, Rail Systems
- Shopping Malls
- Community Centers
- Police/Fire Departments, EMS Providers
- Public Municipality Vehicles/Utility Trucks
- Simply - anywhere people gather!
The National Safety Council offers a selection of lifesaving AEDs, response equipment, CPR manikins and more.
Are AEDs Available in Your Workplace?
About 13% of workplace fatalities reported to OSHA are caused by sudden cardiac arrest, and 34% of organizations with an AED program have used their AED at least once to save a life.
Nearly 60% of all cardiac arrests are witnessed. This means that someone is nearby to help.
- The sooner a defibrillation shock, the greater the chance for full recovery
- Survival rates are as high as 45% if defibrillation is provided within five to seven minutes
- Few successful resuscitations happen after 10 minutes
NSC Offers Full Line of AEDs and Supplies
NSC is pleased to partner with two leading AED manufacturers — Philips and Zoll— to provide you with a full line of AEDs and AED supplies. For more information about Phillips AED, click here.
AEDs are designed to be used by lay people. It's not always easy to tell if a victim is in cardiac arrest, but innovative AED technology ensures a shock only will be administered when necessary.
Knowing the appropriate action to take before paramedics arrive is crucial to saving a person in cardiac arrest. NSC courses are an excellent choice, whether you have a large company to train or just a handful of employees.
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Online safety training that will change poor driving behaviors in less than 30 minutes
With NSC Defensive Driving Course (DDC) Online Modules, your company will have the flexibility to train your employees with the full library providing a comprehensive safe driving program, or select individual topics based on your organization’s specific training needs. Each module presents real-life driving scenarios and hazard recognition exercises that will educate your employees about safe driving practices. Approximately 20 minutes in length, DDC Online Modules offer a convenient “bookmark” feature to allow employees to learn at their own pace.
- Lane Management – Provides drivers the knowledge to use traffic lanes properly and safe-driving techniques to prevent lane-related collisions in various driving circumstances and situations.
- Speed Management – Provides the knowledge to manage driving speed in the most common driving conditions and situations.
- Avoiding Fixed Objects – Identifies the reasons why drivers collide with fixed objects, and offers key safety practices and safe driving techniques that can eliminate these preventable collisions (designed for public utility and service industry vehicles).
- Avoiding Impaired Driving – Teaches practical, common sense techniques how to avoid and respond to reckless impaired driving on our highways.
- Avoiding Fatigued Driving – Learn the warning signs of drowsy driving and how to change your sleeping habits and decisions to help ensure the safety and health of your driver.
- Avoiding Aggressive Driving – Learn how to respond to and avoid aggressive drivers and keep from becoming an aggressive driver in the most stressful driving situations.
- Intersections – Analyzes the reasons why drivers collide at intersections and offers defensive driving procedures to avoid these deadly crashes.
- Weather and Road Conditions – Learn the proper defensive driving techniques to maneuver your vehicle in extreme weather and road conditions.
- Backing and Parking Lot Strategies – Offers safe driving techniques to help drivers avoid preventable collisions in multiple backing and parking conditions and situations.
Learn how to train your forklift operators for safe operation and meet OSHA requirements. Our one-day classroom course teaches candidate instructors how to develop and deliver complete in-house training programs, design exercises for staff evaluations, and instruct non-operators how to work safely around forklifts. Take the course at an NSC training center, or we can train on-site at your location.
What you'll learn
- OSHA Powered Industrial Truck Standard 1910.178 and 1926.602 compliance
- How to evaluate operators' performance
- How to educate non-operators about working safely around powered industrial trucks
- How to teach safe procedures and maintenance
Easy-to-follow Facilitator Guide with companion DVD (plus PC/Mac CD-ROM version) that lets course leaders engage and involve participants through all seven instructional modules.
Who would benefit
- Forklift operator trainers
- Forklift operators
- Warehouse/shipping/receiving managers
- Construction site managers
- Safety managers
- Safety committee members
- Operations managers
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No other group in your organization has the kind of hands-on, daily presence to influence behavior as your supervisors and managers. NSC's new Supervisors' Safety Development Program includes 16 modules that can be taught in any order. Each module focuses on critical requirements for workplace safety improvement and includes management approaches and regulatory issues that apply.Product Order Form
The National Safety Council Employee Safety Perception Survey provides your organization the information and insight necessary to gauge and improve your safety performance. Surveys are leading indicators of future safety performance, unlike injury rates, which are lagging indicators of past experience. With this valid and reliable information, you can evaluate your program, establish priorities, motivate improvement, and monitor performance at multiple sites, locations, and departments.
The National Safety Council researchers have developed a unique survey that enables organizations to evaluate their safety management systems from several perspectives. More than just obtaining safety performance data, our in-house staff of research and statistics experts also helps management interpret the meaning behind the numbers. We benchmark your results with a proprietary database of surveys conducted at more than 750 establishments, representing over a million employees, to give you a perspective on how your safety management system compares to other operations.