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Doctors, Dentist, Nurses, CTAs, Paramedics, EMT's & First Responders 
Mr Rosenthal is an experienced Critical Care Nurse having worked in E.R., Critical Care, Flight Care, Rehab, Long Term Acute Care, Home Health and Specialized Intravenous Medication Therapy. 
He is celebrating his 45th year as an Educator. His career also includes eleven as a member of the Professional Staff of the American Red Cross Safety & Disaster Services.
Currently, in addition to presenting 3 Internationally and US Coast Guard recognized classes in Medical Care at Sea for Mariners that he authored.

Additional topics presented by him include Contemporary Issues in Staff Management, Utilizing Generational Learning Styles in Developing Effective Safety Management Education and Use of Contemporary Educational Strategies in Teaching Accident & Hazard Prevention.
ASHI  EMR
American Safety & Health Institute's Emergency Medical Responder (EMR) program is designed for non-EMS responders who desire or require certification in Emergency Medical Response. This program is consistent with national EMS curriculum requirements and educations standards. It is ideal for those who need training comparable to Emergency Medical Responder, but do not need licensure or credentialing from a state EMS agency.
Intended audience
Government, corporate, industry, lifeguards, security personnel, law enforcement, corrections personnel, and other individuals who are not  EMS professionals or healthcare providers.
Participant pre-requisites
Current, valid professional-level BLS certification (CPR Pro for the professional Rescuer-may be incorporated or conducted in conjunction  with the EMR program as needed).
Recognized certification period
May not exceed 24 months from class completion date
Successful completion (certification)
 (Written Exam Required)
Performance Evaluation: Required. Working as the lead responder in a  scenario-based team setting, correctly demonstrate how to preform:
 - Patient Assessment/Management - Trauma
 - Patient Assessment/Management - Medical
 - BVM Ventiliation of an Apneic Adult Patient
 - Oxygen Administration by Non-rebreather Mask
 - Adult Cardiac Arrest Management/AED
Recognized certification period
May not exceed 24 months from class completion
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EXPERIENCED TRAINERS and HEALTHCARE PERSONNEL
Our experienced Trainers and Healthcare personnel will be available to provide training and consulting services to your employees. Our services are available either on your site or at a facility conveniently located to your location. Our programs include the most current and up to date practices so that your employees can confidently perform their assigned tasks. You also can have confidence that your regulatory and compliance needs are being met. We can provide documentation for your records. 
Emergency Medical Responder
Nursing Courses with CEU's 
Meet Dan Rosenthal RN
EDUCATION DEVELOPMENT
presenting all AHA Programs, and for 5 years was recognized as Training Center Faculity for his Training Center.
TURNKEY TRAINING OPPORTUNITIES
We can offer a wide variety of programs for your staff. Our training coordinator/facilitator handles all details for you, so the only task you have is to line up attendees. We can handle all the details.
Written Safety Plans for
Medical & Dental Offices
LARGER CLASS SIZES
Our training vendors offer us the opportunity to schedule larger classes, thus reducing the number of sessions on occurrences where your operations will be impacted by scheduled absences for mandatory training. Of course, you are free to schedule fewer individuals should that be your choice.
FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING
Our staff is available to to schedule classes and training sessions to meet your scheduling requirements. We can schedule starting times to meet your operational needs. Our Facilitators are experienced in accommodating operational demands of the client's workforce.
ECONOMICAL REASONABLE RATES
Our pricing structure is inclusive of all fees, cost and materials. Unless you modify the scope of training, the cost we agree upon is the amount of billing. Generally, there are minimum enrollments for specially scheduled classes, but these will be established prior to the final class agreement being being booked. You can expect no surprises after booking the class. If travel is involved, that too is finalized prior to booking the class. In short, you can write the check when the class is booked!  
EMT & ADVANCED EMT
COMPLETION DOCUMENTS AT COMPLETION OF CLASS
We are able to issue completion documents at the completion of our program. Our program vendors also offer the opportunity to issue  traditional physical cards, digital cards and physical cards with access to digital manuals. This eliminates delays and confusion the occurs with other training programs who require rosters and paperwork be submitted prior to documentation being processed.  
BLS, ACLS & PALS
BENEFITS of USING MEDIC ONE ACADEMY
MEDICAL AT SEA
All courses are US Coast Guard Approved
Classes presented by Nurses and EMT's with over 30 years patient care and Instructional expertise. State of art equipment complies with current standards of emergency care.
- Hands on participation for each student -
- Courses developed according to IMO Standards -
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We are also pleased to announce that courses taught under the sponsorship of Northwest Maritime Institute are also approved by the Maritime Registrar of the Commonwealth of Dominica, and are acceptable to many International Licensing Agencies.
8-Hour First Aid & CPR
Meets requirements for First Aid Care specfied under the SCTW CH VI/1,Section A-VI/1-3
Upon completion, participant will demonstrate competency to take immediate action upon encountering an accident or other medical emergency.
24-Hour Medical Care Provider
Meets requirements for STCW CH VI, Section A-V/4-1
Upon completion, participant will demonstrate a higher level of competency  to take action upon encountering  an accident or medical emergency as required by specified code
46-Hour Person in Charge of Medical Care
Meets requirements for STCW CH VI,
Section A VI-4, Table A-VI/4-2.
Upon completion, participant will demonstrate a higher level of competency  to take action upon encountering  an accident or medical emergency as required by specified code
ASHI Advanced Cardiac Life Support (ACLS)
A continuing education course intended for trained and skilled healthcare providers who either direct or participate in cardiopulmonary emergencies and resuscitation efforts. This ACLS certification course is designed to provide students with an opportunity to enhance and refine knowledge and hands-on skill proficiency in emergency cardiovascular care.xt.
​Pediatric Advanced Life Support (PALS)
The overall goal of the ASHI PALS course is to provide healthcare professionals with didactic and psychomotor skills training in the recognition and treatment of conditions that may lead to a cardiopulmonary arrest in an infant or child. ASHI PALS incorporates both pre-hospital and hospital management of pediatric emergencies and reflects the 2005 guidelines for CPR and emergency cardiovascular care. 
ASHI Basic Life Support (BLS)
Trains healthcare providers and professional responders how to recognize a life-threatening emergency, how to provide basic life support, and what to do in case of an airway obstruction or choking.
Also (5 years on the National Field Staff), 2 years as an Associate Dean of a Junior College, 26 years as Instructor
ADVANCED EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAN



​Program Description
The primary focus of the Advanced Emergency Medical Technician is to provide basic and limited advanced emergency medical care and transportation for critical and emergent patients who access the emergency medical system. This individual possesses the basic knowledge and skills necessary to provide patient care and transportation. Advanced Emergency Medical Technicians function as part of a comprehensive EMS response, under medical oversight. Advanced Emergency Medical Technicians perform interventions with the basic and advanced equipment typically found on an ambulance. The Advanced Emergency Medical Technician is a link from the scene to the emergency health care system.
Upon successful completion of the didactic, practical skills week, clinical time, and/or field internship components of this course a student will be authorized to take the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) psychomotor and cognitive examinations. After successful completion of the examinations the student will be awarded NREMT AEMT Certification and can then apply for state certification. Must have a Current State and/or National Registry certification/licensure.   (160 Hours)
Prerequisites for AEMT and EMT 
• Be 18 years of age
• Provide a copy of current driver's license or state issued identification.
• Provide a copy of your high school diploma or the equivalent. 
• The applicant must include a copy of a current American Heart Association Healthcare Provider (or equivalent) CPR card. 
• All applicants must complete the Criminal Background Check. Acceptance into the program is contingent upon an acceptable report. 
• Upon acceptance into the program students are required to complete a 10-panel Drug Test through Student PreCheck. 
Program Description
Emergency Medical Technicians (EMT) provide out of hospital emergency medical care and transportation for critical and emergent patients who access the emergency medical services (EMS) system. EMTs have the basic knowledge and skills necessary to stabilize and safely transport patients ranging from non-emergency and routine medical transports to life threatening emergencies. Emergency Medical Technicians function as part of a comprehensive EMS response system, under medical oversight. Emergency Medical Technicians perform interventions with the basic equipment typically found on an ambulance. Emergency Medical Technicians are a critical link between the scene of an emergency and the health care system. [From the: National EMS Scope of Practice Model] The primary purpose of this course is to meet the entry-level job expectations. Each student, therefore, must demonstrate attainment of knowledge, attitude and skills in each area taught in the course. Upon successful completion of the components list above a student will be authorized to take the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians (NREMT) psychomotor and cognitive examinations. After successful completion of the examinations the student will be awarded NREMT EMT Certification and can then apply for state certification  (60 Hours)
​EMERGENCY MEDICAL TECHNICIAM
This EMT Course is Accepted for NREMT Certification.
The course curriculum covers all EMT knowledge and skill requirements for the new EMT National Education Standards (NES).
PICK A PLAN TO FIT YOUR OFFICE
PLAN 1     $400 one time setup fee  $100 per month 
Initial Setup
Office Inspections (Two a year) 
Report & Give Suggestions to Dentist/Physician
Safety Manual (Site Specific)
Safety Training (Staff) (one a year)
Exposure Control Plan with Manual
CPR/AED Training (Staff of Ten) Annually, $30 ea. over 10
Bloodborne Pathogens Training (Staff)
Use of PPE (Staff)
Use of Oxygen and Ambu Bag (Staff)
Safety Net (Unlimited Phone Consultation)
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INDIVIDUAL PRICING
Site Specific, Safety Inspection & Report                  $300
Dental Office, Safety Manual (Site Specific)              $300
Medical Office, Safety Manual (Site Specific)            $400
Exposure Control Plan                                               $300  
Office Safety Training (Staff of 10 or Less)                $300
Safety Net (Unlimited Phone Consultation)              $300 Annually 
Bloodborne Pathogens Training         $ 25 each (6-person minimum)
CPR/AED Training                              $ 30 each (6-person minimum)
CPR Refresher Training                      $ 30 each (6-person minimum)
One-On-One CPR with the Dentist     $150 (Professional Courtesy)

ASHI (BLS) Basic Life Support                           $  65 each
ASHI (ACLS) Advanced Cardiac Life Support    $150 each
ASHI (PALS) Pediatric Advanced Life Support   $150 each
This AEMT training course is approved for NREMT AEMT Certification. The course curriculum covers all AEMT knowledge and skill requirements.​
COMPLIANCE with OSHA STANDARDS
OSHA's ROLE is to assure the safety and health of America's workers by setting and enforcing standards; providing training, outreach and health. Sa part of the Department of Labor, OSHA and the states that operate OSHA-approved state plans establish guidelines and standards to promote worker safety and health that apply to every workplace in the United States. including medical and dental offices. 
As an employer, it is up to you you to follow up and obtain the full text of the OSHA standards.

BLOODBORNE PATHOGENS STANDARD (29 CFR 1910.1030)
This is the most frequently requested and referenced OSHA standard affecting medical and dental offices.

HAZARD COMMUNICATION STANDARD (29 CFR 1910.1200)
The hazard communication standard is sometimes called the "employee right-to-know" standard. It requires employee access to hazard information.

IONIZING RADIATION STANDARD (29 CFR 1910.1096)
This standard applies to facilities that have an x-ray machine.

EXIT ROUTES STANDARDS (29 CFR Subpart E 1910.35, 1910.36, 1910.37, 1910.38 and 1910.39)
These standards include the requirements for providing safe and accessible building exits in case of fire or other emergency. It is important to become to become familiar with the full textof these standards because they provide details about signage and other issues. 

ELECTRICAL STANDARDS (Subpart S - ELECTRICAL 29 CFR 1910.301 to 1910.399)
These standards address electrical safety requirements to safeguard employees. OSHA electrical standards apply to electrical equipment and wiring in hazardous locations. If you use flammable gases, you, you may need special wiring and equipment installation.

RECORDING AND REPORTING OCCUPATIONAL INJURIESAND ILLNESSES (29 CFR 1904)
Medical and dental offices are currently exempt from maintaining an offical log of reportable injuries and illnesses (OSHA 300) under the feeral OSHA recordkeeping rule, although they may be required to maintain such records in some state plan states. All employers, including medical and dental offices, must report any work-related fatality or the hospitalization of three or more employees in a single incident to the nearest OSHA office.

OSHA POSTER
Every workplace must display the OSHA poster (OSHA Publication 3165), or the state plan equivalent. The poster explains worker rights to a safe workplace and how to file a complaint. The poster must be placed where employees will see it.
PLAN 2    $400 one time setup fee  $50 per month
Initial Setup
Office Inspection (One a year) 
Report & Give Suggestions to Dentist/Physician
Safety Manual (Site Specific)
Exposure Control Plan
CPR/AED Training (Staff of Six) Annually, $30 ea. over 6
Bloodborne Pathogens Training (Entire Staff)
Safety Net (Unlimited Phone Consultation)
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PLAN 3     $600 Annually
Initial Setup
Office Inspection (One a year) 
Report & Give Suggestions to Dentist/Physician
Safety Manual (Site Specific)
CPR/AED Training (Staff of Six) $30 ea. over 6
Bloodborne Pathogens Training (Entire Staff)
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Special Pricing for 2nd Office or Multiple Offices!
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