Frequently Asked Questions

Find quick answers to your questions about Occupational Safety and Health (OSH), CPR, BLS, ACLS, safety trainings and more.

FAQs on OSH Trainings

Pursuant to Labor Advisory No. 04-19, Safety Officer shall be certified by the company’s Human Resource (HR) Unit/Section based on the qualification requirements as provided for under Section 14 of DO 198-18 which include completion of the prescribed training on OSH and the required minimum years of experience on OSH, as applicable.

No. Safety Officers as certified by the company must be a regular/organic employee or officer of the company who has knowledge on the operation of the company and tasked to oversee the overall management of the OSH program in coordination with the OSH commitee.

Yes, the company can either designate a safety officer from any of the regular employee, supervisor or manager or employ a safety officer to perform the functions as provided for in the OSH law. However, for designated Safety Officer, the company shall ensure that appropriate time shall be devoted by the designated Safety Officer in the performance of the required functions as Safety Officer.

FAQs on Healthcare Trainings

Standard First Aid is a type of training that teaches individuals how to provide immediate assistance to someone who has been injured or is experiencing a medical emergency.


This comprehensive training program covers a wide range of emergency response techniques, including how to perform CPR, how to stop bleeding, how to treat burns, how to recognize signs of shock, and much more.


It is designed to equip individuals with the knowledge and skills needed to effectively respond to various emergency situations and to potentially save lives.


With Standard First Aid training, individuals learn how to assess the situation, respond quickly and confidently, and take appropriate action to provide essential care until medical professionals arrive.


Standard First Aid is a vital skillset for anyone who wants to be prepared to handle emergency situations and lend a helping hand to others in need.

BLS is basic medical care for life-threatening emergencies. It keeps oxygen-rich blood flowing until advanced help arrives. Training covers CPR, AEDs, and airway management.


Learning BLS helps people recognize emergencies and react properly for better patient outcomes. BLS is taught to healthcare professionals, first responders, and those who want to be prepared. With immediate care and proper action, trained individuals can save lives.

ACLS or Advanced Cardiovascular Life Support is a training course for healthcare providers dealing with critical cardiac emergencies. It empowers providers with advanced skills for life-saving interventions, such as airway management, defibrillation, pharmacology, and team resuscitation dynamics.


The course covers complex algorithms and requires collaboration in high-pressure situations. Ultimately, ACLS equips healthcare providers with the confidence and skills to deliver the best possible care to cardiac emergency patients.

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