National Safety Council
Emergency Medical Responder (EMR)

Course time: 40 – 50 Hours (4 to 5 Days)

If you are looking for first aid training for Emergency Medical Service personnel, there’s no better course you’ll find on the market. The NSC Emergency Medical Responder program offers the most authoritative first aid training on the market. This course reflects the National Emergency Medical Services Education Standards and Emergency Medical Responder Guidelines.

Participants will learn how to:

  • Assess patients
  • Respond to childbirth scenarios
  • Address airway and breathing emergencies, including training on ventilation devices and oxygen
  • Respond to cardiac emergencies, including CPR and automated external defibrillation training
  • Treat illness and injury, including medical emergencies, such as bleeding and shock,
  • Treat soft-tissue injuries, muscle, bone, head and spinal injuries
  • Perform remote-location first aid and EMS Operations

Who will benefit:

  • Emergency response teams
  • Safety personnel
  • Health care professionals
  • Athletic trainers
  • Individuals requiring certification

Course materials:

  • Full-color, step-by-step photos sequences, illustrations and skills demonstrations
  • Course DVD featuring real-life scenarios and CPR skills demonstrations
  • NSC Emergency Medical Response Pocket Guide
  • Nationally recognized course completion cards

Written Exam: Recommended for designated responders (duty or employer expectation to respond; 80% or better).

Performance Evaluation: Required — Students must perform all core skills competently and without assistance for at least three randomly selected Performance Evaluations.

Certification Period: Up to 3 years (recommended every 2 years)


**Check with your employer for certification requirements or call us at (800) 573-0106 .**



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