FACT+ - Lunch & Learn Workshops
FACT+ First Aid Workshop:
Are members of your team confident in First Aid? Or, maybe you have started a new business and are looking for valuable employee training, but certifying your entire team in First Aid & CPR is cost prohibitive.
​These "non-certification" workshops are adaptable to meet the needs of both the workplace and the individuals of your team! 
How: our instructor will meet with a member of your team to discuss the specific goals of your workshop.  We will work with you to develop an interactive workshop that will offer a brief overview of First Aid & CPR that is tailored to your business needs.  
  • first aid topics or areas of interest
    • learning to respond to an emergency​
    • managing respiratory emergencies
    • Adult, Child and infant CPR
    • Adult, child, infant choking (conscious & unconsious)
    • Bleeding
    • Falls
  • over lunch or anytime
  • non-certification training
  • for groups up to 30
  • include demonstrations, activities, hands-on components, Q & A
  • 1-2 hours
Q&A Seminar
FACT+ - AED  Workshop
This workshop is designed to increase the awareness and understanding at your workplace about your AED.  
Many businesses want their staff to learn how to use an AED, but they don't have the means to certify everyone.
Too often we hear of businesses that have installed an AED machine, yet it was "not ready for use", or no one on the team felt comfortable or confident using it.  
This interactive workshop  will provide an excellent cost effective opportunity to increase awareness, reduce the anxiety surrounding the AED, to learn the FACTs and empower your team to take action!
Topics for this "non-certified" workshop include:
  • What is an AED?
  • How does it work?
  • Is it hard to use?
  • reviewing where AEDs are located in your workplace
  • reviewing how to inspect your AED monthly
  • when to call for an AED
  • Who is allowed to use/administer the AED
  • how to recognize the signs and symptoms of sudden cardiac arrest
  • recognizing the signs and symptoms of  a Heart attack and stroke
  • the importance of calling 911 immediately
  • what to do until the AED arrives
  • review of CPR
  • how to turn on the machine and operate it
  • review of safety precautions
  • what to do after an event
  • for groups up to 30
  • include demonstrations, activities, hands-on components, Q & A
  • 1-2 hours
FACT+ - Epinephrine Auto Injector Workshop
Epinephrine Auto Injector Training Workshop
This hands on workshop is designed to educate participants on proper techniques for the administration of the epinephrine auto-injectors.
In addition to the video enhanced education program, participants will learn: 
  • know what anaphylaxis is
  • recognizing the symptoms of anaphylaxis
  • know what to do
  • steps for administering the epinephrine auto-injectors (EpiPen, AuviQ, and the generic injector),
  • epinephrine auto-injector sizes and doses,
  • epinephrine storage, expiration, and need to replace,
  • information to give EMS and relevant laws regarding epinephrine administration.
  • Sabrina's Law
FACT+ - Opioid Overdose Response Workshop

An overdose is a life-threatening medical emergency.
Naloxone is a medication that can temporarily reverse the effects of an opioid overdose, but it does not cure an overdose. If anyone suspects or witnesses a person experiencing a drug overdose, call 911 and administer naloxone, even if the drug consumed is unknown. Example of opioids include heroin, morphine, codeine, Percocet, methadone, fentanyl, carfentanil, etc.

Being able to recognize the signs of an overdose quickly and having a naloxone kit can save a life.

Naloxone can buy time while paramedics are en route. Take-home naloxone kits do not replace the need for emergency care or minimize the importance of calling 911
FACT+ - Infection Control Workshop:
Preventing Disease Transmission at home or in the workplace can be accomplished with personal, environmental and equipment precautions.
Learn and practice prevention and control techniques with the FACTs!
  • What is an infection or infectious disease?
  • How does infection spread?
  • What are the methods of transmission?
  • How do I protect myself and others?
  • How do I decontaminate the area?
  • What should I do if I think I’ve been exposed to infectious material?
The FACT+ Infection Control Workshop includes:
  • PowerPoint Presentation
  • Activities with recognition of germs and the spread of infection
  • Hands-on practice with personal protective equipment
  • Proper hand-washing technique
  • Biohazard spill kits
  • Q & A with your group
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