Frequently Asked Questions


Why choose American Safety & Health Associates?

At American Health & Safety Associates, we provide employers with the very best workplace CPR Training & safety training in Michigan and the Great Lakes region. Based in Lansing with 37 years’ experience training over 10,000 people, we are the premier leader of CPR Training in our industry with the most respected reputation. Give us the chance, and we’ll show you why!

ASHA protects you, your business, and your people with customized safety and CPR Training, consulting, and program writing that helps prevent accidents, fines, and claims. It reduces liabilities and insurance premiums and improves OSHA compliance. ASHA even improves employee performance, retention, compliance, attendance, and health & safety. So, you face less risk and you and your employees benefit from a safer environment. No matter your safety needs, AHSA is here to help! Remember, “A visit from ASHA makes a visit from OSHA become a walk in the park”.

Give us a call. You’ll connect directly to our knowledgeable staff who can answer your questions immediately. We can even help you determine the most appropriate and cost-effective type of training for your operations. We can even custom-design training and CPR-First Aid Training for your specific needs.

What types of safety training do you provide?

Our safety training classes cover a wide variety of topics across many industries.  We’re able to customize our training to fit your needs, whatever they may be.  Some of our previous safety training courses have included:
  • Confined Space Entry
  • Fork Lift Operation
  • Ergonomics & MSDs
  • Back Injury Prevention
  • Lock-Out Tag-Out
  • Eye Protection
  • Hearing Conservation
  • Welding, Cutting, Brazing, Soldering
  • Inspections & Correction of Hazards
  • Asbestos, Lead, Cadmium, Silica & Others
  • Pollution and Spill Prevention
  • Hazardous Waste and HazWoper
  • Fall Protection and Prevention
  • Electrical Safety (MIOSHA, NFPA-70E)
  • Crane, Hoist & Aerial Lift Safety
  • Machine Safeguarding & Safety

What do you teach in your CPR Training?

Our CPR classes consist of both classroom training and hands-on training.  Our classroom training consists of both first aid and CPR training.  First aid training includes assessing emergency situations, treating minor injuries like abrasions, cuts, and burns, controlling bleeding, and treating head, neck, and back injuries.  During hands-on training, you will get the opportunity to practice both first aid and CPR techniques to ensure that you are comfortable and able to perform them in an emergency.