7-6 Air Cav Composite Squadron is now an Authorized Basic Training Center for ASHI.
Committed to Saving Lives Through Educational Training
The American Safety & Health Institute (ASHI) is an established, leading first aid training and safety organization with more than 30,000 authorized instructors in 3,000-plus training centers nationwide. ASHI is an association designed to deliver cost-effective instructional programs in the areas of first aid, CPR, workplace safety/disaster preparedness, child and babysitting safety, driving safety, aquatic training and rescue and pet first aid, among others. ASHI successfully targets all areas of safety and health, helping to educate the lay public and emergency service professionals alike.
ASHI programs encourage class participation and are presented in an easy-to-use format. They are also taught with specific industries in mind and can be customized to meet specific safety and emergency response needs. By facilitating a training center approach and providing professional instruction in the workplace and community, ASHI offers accreditation to organizations such as hospitals, colleges, public schools, municipalities, and companies – these being independent training centers.
ASHI instructors are experienced health and safety professionals who conduct courses using proven training techniques. Authorized instructors are expected to create a framework of “ethical, instructional and operational excellence.” These standards create a high-quality learning experience for students.
ASHI programs are recognized, endorsed, accepted or approved by the Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA), United States Department of Transportation, U.S. Coast Guard, Girl Scouts, Emergency Medical Services and the Centers for Disease Control & Prevention (CDC), among many others.
Captain Paul E. Brown has been established as the Training Center Coordnator
and will be conducting the initial classes. Funding for this endeavor was provided
by CyberEvidence, Inc.