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Id been trained how to do it, so I knew you had to compress the chest down one third of the way, Natalie said. Watching me do those hard compressions really freaked Richard out, the whole situation was awful. For eight minutes we were doing the compressions and it was the longest eight minutes of my life. But as soon as we started the blood must have started pumping around her body, because her colour started coming back. She just started breathing before [the ambulance] got there. Natalie with her husband Richard and their daughter Chelsea. Picture: Natalie BealeSource:Supplied Picture: Natalie

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"We help develop the courses and the curriculum so we know people in the field are getting quality education out there," said Chevron HES Professional Jay Waldrop. "We know once they go out there, they can do work in the field safelyand that's the main thing is bringing them home every day safely." Board members also learnedsomething new for themselves at their 22nd annual meeting. FBI Intelligence Analyst Kate Menaul spoke to members to why the Permian Basin holds a risk to terrorism, which is why the FBI is always keeping an eye out in the oil field. Topics like drones, intelligence theft

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The role of worker health and safety representatives and joint committees is to work with the employer to identify and find solutions to workplace health and safety issues. This includes, among other things, identifying unsafe work conditions, dealing with health and safety complaints, evaluating the sufficiency and compliance of health and safety practices and participating in inspections, investigations and inquiries under the Workers Compensation Act and the OHSR. These requirements remain in place. Whats New? The OHSR amendments make changes in three areas: Annual Evaluation of Joint Co

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Sign up for our newsletter Stay up to date with the latest investigations and episodes from Reveal delivered to your inbox. Thanks for your interest in republishing this story. New bill would require pot worker training in safety, sexual harassment By Shoshana Walter Reveal from The Center for Investigative ReportingApril 24, 2017 As a nonprofit newsroom, we want to share our work with as many people as possible. You are free to embed our audio and video content from SoundCloud and YouTube, respectively. You may republish any story free of charge and will be fully indemnified by us from legal

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PHOTO: Sunday was a perfect day for a walk on the beach Mental health first aid was developed after medical practitioners decided an approach was needed that was akin to CPR and other physical first aid applications. The training is for anyone who is interested. The eight-hour class, usually offered in two sessions, teaches how to identify signs of mental illness and how to talk about it. The training is typically free as a benefit of grant funding, but a $19 fee might be charged for a manual. Mental health first aid focuses on ALGEE: assess for risk of suicide or harm; listen nonjudgmentally;

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If you are a subscriber, simply log in or Subscribe now! Klamath Community College is now offering a Wildland Fire Academy that will qualify job seekers for careers in wildland firefighting, according to a news release. The KCC Wildland Fire Academy begins May 9 and runs for two weeks. Students who complete the academy will be ready to seek work with wildland firefighting agencies and private contractors. Wildland firefighting agencies operate at federal, state and local levels. While some wildland firefighters work year-round and some work only during the fire season, the work is always st

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The northern Michigan environment is a wonderful place to explore. People are getting out more, getting deeper into the woods recreating and working in the woods more, said Bill Queen. That demand increases the likelihood something could happen far from help. As Northwestern Michigan College's extended education program coordinator, Bill reached out to Remote Medical International to provide two courses this spring addressing emergency needs of individuals, guides, outdoor educators, park personnel and others venturing to isolated areas. First Aid Training RMI instructors, "professionally trained

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Instead of learning to treat cuts and burns, those who attend the all-day workshop will learn to give mental health first aid. According to Derrik Tollefson, director of the Department of Sociology, Social Work and Anthropology at USU, this is the first time a workshop of this type has been offered in Cache County. He said it will give participants basic training and knowledge around mental health and how they can be helpful to people who may have mental health challenges. The analogy to first aid training is appropriate, he said, because just like folks would go to a first aid training to

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You will have read about our new suite of Online Sports Turf Maintenance courses in the last edition of the Pitchcare magazine. Thank you to the many people who have sent positive comments and encouragement with this initiative; it's great to see our hard work come to fruition, and to be able to bring the knowledge and experience of our expert groundsmen to a wider audience at their convenience and without involving travel or time away from the job. The previous article, together with our redesigned and user-friendly Grounds Training website, generated healthy interest and the initial duo of

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Instead of learning to treat cuts and burns, those who attend the all-day workshop will learn to give mental health first aid. According to Derrik Tollefson, director of the Department of Sociology, Social Work and Anthropology at USU, this is the first time a workshop of this type has been offered in Cache County. He said it will give participants basic training and knowledge around mental health and how they can be helpful to people who may have mental health challenges. The analogy to first aid training is appropriate, he said, because just like folks would go to a first aid training to

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