Detailed breakdown of how the program
1. As the company representative,
you decide how many students to put through the program,
contact Fusion Safety with that number and schedule
in the practical session day (within 90 days, but
preferably within 30 days).
2. You will then receive an access code valid for
the number of students specified to forward on to
3. The students each go to the Fusion Safety website
www.fusionsafety.com and sign in for the course and
4. The program is divided into separate lessons, each
one ending with a series of exam questions. A mark
of at least 80% must be obtained on each section before
moving on to the next. These lessons do not all need
to be completed in one sitting - they can leave and
sign back into the system as often as they wish.
5. Once the student has successfully completed all
of the online sections, they will print off a Certificate
of Completion. This certificate must be brought to
the classroom session with them as proof of completion
- they cannot attend the classroom day without it.
6. On the classroom training day, class begins with
an entrance exam to refresh their knowledge and also
to ensure compliance to the online training (in other
words, the student attending the skills training is
the same person who went through the online course).
7. The practical skill session will be a highly active,
hands-on day that includes instructor demonstration
of skills, followed by student practice. Skills include:
Choking and CPR skills for adults (persons 8 years
of age and older), care for breathing emergencies
(use of an Epi-Pen and Twinject auto injector as well
as an inhaler for asthma attacks), recovery position,
secondary survey, bandaging various wounds & bleeding
as well as impaled objects, splinting of both upper
and lower body injuries, the log roll for suspected
spinal injuries and 2 exciting scenarios in which
the students get to put together all of their knowledge
and deal with life-like emergencies on a larger scale.
8. Once the practical session has been successfully
completed, along with the written exam, the student
will be presented with a Standard First Aid certificate
which is valid for 3 years.
9. As the employer, you have the option of adding
in the following to the practical session day: AED
(Automated External Defibrillation) training and/or
child & infant airway and CPR skills. There will
additional time required to complete this training
as well as a slight additional cost to cover equipment
and separate certification. Contact us for further
details and pricing.