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Basic First Aid #BASIC4_16
Basic First Aid  Module Length: 1 Credit Hour
Approved for CEUs by: Louisiana, Mississippi, North Carolina, Tennessee, South Dakota, New Jersey


Upon the completion of this module, you should be able to do the following:
  • Follow safe First Aid procedures.
  • Demonstrate emergency guidelines and action principles.
  • Distinguish between the different types of injuries that are prevalent in the fire alarm industry.
  • Determine the types of first aid treatments that may be needed in a given situation.

ATTENTION SOUTH DAKOTA LICENSE HOLDERS: This course is approved for 1.00 hours of continuing education by the SD Electrical Commission. If you are submitting this course for CEUs in SD, you must contact us with your SD license number so we may provide you with the appropriate documentation. Please email support@tmatraining.org or call 502-254-1590.


ATTENTION NEW JERSEY LICENSE HOLDERS: This course is approved for 1.00 hours of continuing education by the NJ Fire Alarm, Burglar Alarm and Locksmith Advisory Committee. If you are submitting this course for CEUs in NJ, you must contact us with your NJ license number so we may provide you with the appropriate certificate upon completing the course. Please email support@tmatraining.org or call 502-254-1590 when you have finished taking the online content. We will then create your NJ specific certificate and email it to you within 24 hours.

Thank You!
TMA Training Technical Support Team

Recommended Prerequisites: This module is part of a series with a recommendation to take the content in order. For a full listing of the modules, click HERE.

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