When you think of careers that require first aid training and CPR certifications, chances are you’re thinking of medical-related jobs. But there are many employers out there even in non-medical fields that require their employees to be trained in how to give CPR.

While CPR and first aid training may not seem immediately important for non-medical workers, everyone can benefit from CPR training. In fact, if a bystander doesn’t perform CPR on a choking person, the survival chances of the victim will decrease by 7% for every minute of delay.

Here are some of the most common non-medical careers where employers typically require their employees to be certified in CPR and first aid training.

Flight attendants

You’ve seen those movie and TV scenes where a passenger on a flight collapses and a flight attendant calls out, “Is there a doctor onboard?” Medical personnel aren’t always present at the time of an emergency. That’s why flight attendants need to be ready to take action. Flight attendants are required to be CPR certified and trained in first aid. An AED is also typically onboard or in the airport for when it’s needed.

Construction workers

Accidents happen, especially in construction zones. Falls are the leading cause of death in construction followed by motor vehicle accidents and falling, unsecured debris. With construction workers operating under physically demanding conditions, it’s essential that they be certified in CPR and first aid.

Electricians

Like construction workers, electricians also work in a high-risk environment. Electricians not only need to be wary of electric shock but also of the potential exposure to high temperatures, fires, explosions, and toxic chemicals. It’s crucial that electricians have first aid training and CPR training so they know what to do in an emergency situation.

Athletic trainers and coaches

Personal trainers, gym teachers, and coaches need to be certified in CPR and first aid training because of the risk of cardiac arrest. Cardiac arrest can happen to anyone, whether you’re working with children, grown adults, or seniors. Cardiac exercise is great, but it also pushes your heart muscle to the best of its ability.

Looking for CPR training courses and first aid training? Code 3 Safety has you covered. To learn more about the first aid and CPR certification courses we have available, contact Code 3 Safety today.

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