About Health And Safety Training

[food safety training]

He earned Wilderness First Responder certification in 2013, and now his dad is heading up Northwestern Michigan Colleges two-day Wilderness First Aid course and five-day Wilderness First Responder certification sessions offered this spring. Courses involve online, indoor and outdoor training. featured NMC offers wilderness first aid training BY SALLY BARBER Special to the Record-Eagle Mar 30, 2017 Special to the Record-Eagle Clayton Queen at a field site along the Ivishack River, North Slope, Alaska. The Suttons Bay High School graduate is currently pursuing his masters degree in physical geography. Special to the Record-Eagle Clayton Queen on a backpacking trip in the Pictured Rocks National Lakeshore. He earned Wilderness First Responder certification in 2013, and now his dad is heading up Northwestern Michigan Colleges two-day Wilderness First Aid course and five-day Wilderness First Responder certification sessions offered this spring. Courses involve online, indoor and outdoor training. TRAVERSE CITY Clayton Queens summer plans call for spending two months in the wilds of Alaska researching permafrost at sites accessible only by helicopter places where wilderness first aid training saves lives. The Suttons Bay High School graduate is currently pursuing his masters degree in physical geography at Michigan State University. This is his third summer working in isolated areas of Alaska. He earned Wilderness First Responder certification at Northern Michigan University in 2013.

[fire safety awareness training]

The Miami Dolphins, in partnership with USA Football, hosted a Player Safety Coach (PSC) Training at the Baptist Health Training Facility at Nova Southeastern University. The Dolphins covered the cost of training for the football coaches prior to the beginning of spring football practices across South Florida. Forty-nine schools from across Miami-Dade, Broward and Palm Beach counties were represented. The Heads Up Football training began with a classroom session that focused on equipment fitting, concussion education, sudden cardiac arrest response and heat and hydration preparedness. The lessons were led by USA Football Regional Master Trainer & Christopher Columbus Head Football Coach Chris Merritt, Regional Master Trainer and St. Xavier (Cincinnati) High School Head Football Coach Steve Specht, Miami Dolphins Senior Director of Youth Programs & Master Trainer Twan Russell and Miami Dolphins Youth Programs Manager & Master Trainer Troy Drayton. As certified Player Safety Coaches, tonights participants are now equipped with the proper knowledge and tools to implement the Heads Up Football health and safety protocols within their teams or leagues, Miami Dolphins Senior Vice President of Communications & Community Affairs Jason Jenkins said. We are proud to partner with USA Football on this project with a shared goal of certifying 450 PSCs and aiding 1,500 Coach Certifications in South Florida by August. Following the classroom instruction, the coaches moved to the field for demonstration of a new USA Football Shoulder Tackling system designed to unify the approach to tackling at all levels of the sport. Hopefully this (program) brings more validation to our profession as high school football coaches, Merritt said. It promotes to the community that Health and Safety Training were doing the best that we can to provide the safest environment for football, that we are making the game safer and better. Hosting a USA Football PSC Training is a continuation of the Miami Dolphins Youth Programs mission to transform the lives of youth football players by instilling core values and reinforcing safety standards with the instructors of the game that help to increase football participation.

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