May 1, 2017

Formcraft team completed Adult First Aid/CPR/AED training conducted by American Red Cross.

Health and safety is very important in all industries, but there are some types of businesses that must take extra care to make safety a priority. One of these is construction.
We believe that health and safety in construction is not a matter to be taken lightly. Besides a mandatory 30-hour OSHA training course that applies to all Formcraft’s construction personnel, we also recognize that it is important to be able to care for a variety of first aid, breathing and cardiac emergencies at the workplace and during outside work activities.
Last week our team successfully completed an Adult First Aid/CPR/AED training conducted by American Red Cross that prepared our people to deal with emergencies that require immediate attention. Seven of us completed the 5-hour course on Friday, April 28th.
Our team had an interactive experience where they responded to real-world emergencies and had an opportunity to practice new skills with the guidance of a certified instructor. At the end of a day, after completing practical and verbal tests, each member of the construction team along with a few members from each department received an American Red Cross Adult First Aid/CPR/AED certification.
We believe that most accidents can be avoided by implementing health and safety protocols and ensuring those protocols are constantly maintained. Therefore, we are committed to going beyond the call of duty when it comes to health and safety.
Want to learn more? to contact our team.