Train My Business

Whether you need training for a small group of staff or need large group training across multiple locations, the Red Cross provides flexibility and convenience with training options to meet your needs. You can tailor our OSHA-compliant programs to fit your company’s needs, including customizable add-on modules. Our national footprint accommodates the training needs of large businesses that require multi-site training, giving you the efficiency of a true One Stop Solution. Training with the Red Cross lets you avoid the administrative headache of dealing with multiple suppliers – and the serious safety risk of uneven program quality. In addition, you can develop long-term workplace safety excellence through a multi-year continuum approach utilizing our full suite of programs and services.

We are the leading provider of health and safety training that meets OSHA guidelines as well as many other professional and regulatory standards.

Our training options are flexible to meet your needs. Training solution specialists are available to custom tailor a program for your organization. Contact us by phone or email at your convenience, we're here to help:

1-800 RED CROSS (1-800-733-2767)
Mon - Fri 9:00am - 6:00pm EST

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Pediatric First Aid/CPR/AED
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Pediatric CPR/AED
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First Aid/CPR/AED Instructor
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Adult and Pediatric CPR/AED
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OSHA Letters of Interpretation

Interpreting and complying with OSHA First Aid Standards is critical both to your business operations and to the health and safety of your employees. In the event of an injury or sudden illness, a quick response is critical.

The OSHA Standards and American Red Cross Solutions below will help you build a workplace safety program that complies with OSHA Standards and keeps your team prepared to respond with confidence when emergencies arise.

View OSHA’s letters of interpretation:

  • Annual Training Requirement
  • BBP and First Aid Responders
  • Driver for Required Training
  • OSHA Demonstration of Skills
  • OSHA First Aid Supplies
  • Why Train with Red Cross - CPR Training Saves Lives

    Reid Heiser, Life Saver

    One week after 17-year-old Reid completed his Red Cross CPR training, he needed to use it. In November 2011, Reid saved the life of Jim Hammer after he collapsed at the recreation center where Reid worked. Now friends, they share their story.

    Red Cross Training Matters.

    For more than a century, we've prepared families and individuals, as well as healthcare workers, like CNAs and EMTs, to respond to emergencies of all sizes. Join the millions we train every year and learn the skills that can save a life.

    "Without my friend's training, I would not be here" - watch Bre Dumke's story

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    Red Cross Certification Made Simple. Fast. Easy. Digital.

    The American Red Cross certification process is fast, simple and easy. With Red Cross Digital Certificates you get anytime, anywhere access to your certificates; plus print, share, and download wherever and whenever you like. Digital certificates can be viewed, printed or shared online and can be accessed anytime through your Red Cross Account. Each Red Cross certificate includes a unique ID and a QR code which meets employment requirements and allows employers to easily confirm your certificate is valid. Class participants and employers can visit and enter the ID found on the digital certificate (or scan the QR code with a standard QR reader using a smart device) to access a copy of the valid certificate with student training information. Click here for instructions on accessing your certificate.