Enterprise Training: First Voice’s Unlimited Staff Model

March 18, 2016

Your Training Challenges 
Because what you need is unique

Getting OSHA-compliant training is easier said than done. Multiple-location companies and franchise organizations are faced with unique challenges when it comes to providing staff training:

  1. High turnover
  2. Budget impact
  3. Multiple locations and departments
  4. Training time
  5. High Staffing Needs

What you need is affordable, flexible training options, customizable to fit your organization’s unique structure, staff, time frame, and budget. And that’s exactly what First Voice Training provides.

Who We Are
Innovators in our industry

We are in the business of making minutes matter. From the crucial minutes that occur after the onset of a medical emergency to the minutes it takes to complete a training course, we believe that every single minute counts. So we’ve made it our mission to provide first aid supplies, technology, and training that save time and money but don’t skimp on quality.

How We Can Help
Engaging technology, empowering people

1.Unlimited Access and Controlled Cost Models at an Enterprise Level
As a multiple-location company or franchise, ensuring that all your employees receive mandatory training can be both complex and costly. Our answer to that is a cost-efficient training system with no employee access ceilings.

Access
A rotating door for employees is a reality faced by many industries, and it makes training difficult and often too prohibitive in time and labor costs. However, First Voice Training allows employees to train anytime—that’s 24/7 access on all 365 days of the year. This flexible system means that training no longer has to be done during times of key field activity, such as during hands-on, in-store, or on-floor hours. With no limit on who can be trained, and when, you control outgoing spend and get more value for your money spent.

All of our training courses are OSHA compliant and up to date with the most recently approved science protocols for emergency preparedness, CPR, first aid, and workplace violence. And, courses even cover the required equipment you have at your facility and how to use the equipment, which helps with OSHA-compliance safety initiatives.

Cost

We offer controlled costs, which allow for best-practice compliance and affordable, tracked training solutions that are sustainable for organizations with high staffing models and high staff turnover.

Many of our clients pay under $1–5 per person per year, a low price that is unheard of in the training and compliance industry.

We can do this because we offer enterprise training for emergency preparedness and safety on a cost-per-location basis, as opposed to a cost-per-employee basis. By paying a low-cost annual service subscription per location, you can train your employees anytime. Our fixed cost-per-location pricing model, in fact, often saves you money on the traditional courses we offer from our core course product catalog.

2.Additional Revenue Streams for Your Business
Our turnkey system is an excellent reselling opportunity for your organization to provide to franchisees for state and/or federal requirements. We allow franchises to license and brand our training to sell internally to the franchisees as a corporate overhead fee income stream. This allows for additional revenue streams at the corporate level while meeting the needs of franchisees and providing very low bulk volume training course access.

3.Flexible Integration
As the licensed and intellectual property holder and content editor, we are able to white label our accredited training to your franchises at a these low pre-approved rates. Or, we plug our curriculum and content into your existing learning management system (various solutions exist on how to do this). This system is turnkey and allows for quality service to be provided at a discounted rate due to the bulk training volume of organizations like yours. Basically, we price it out per location per year so that it’s affordable to you and helps you meet your bottom-dollar budgeting needs for new account acquisition.

Your Course Needs
Relieve the Stress of Training

Most states require social services to facilitate both mandatory reporter and universal precautions (BBP) training, and any workplace is supposed to offer first aid and CPR training opportunities to employees that are potential responders for workplace emergencies. Our training solutions are effective, and we are more than happy to provide OSHA and state codes information to supplement your knowledge about your organization’s compliance needs. Use the More Information button below to request a copy of our Enterprise Training Packages sheet to see what our effective, affordable training model looks like.

This model is sustainable, compliant, affordable, and easy to track. Administrators are allowed to track the progress (0–100%) of their employees online anytime to ensure course completion, or reports can be proactively delivered to the administrators.

We are able to accommodate nearly any emergency preparedness, first aid and CPR, or related safety training course topic needed. Our training medians consist of a multitude of options extending from online to hands-on or blended techniques, including an in-house Train the Trainer program to meet core hands-on skills requirements, if needed. Check out some of our options below.

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Interested in finding out how Think Safe’s products can benefit your workplace? Simply contact Think Safe at 888-473-1777 or click on the More Information button, and we’ll be happy to contact you. Or, if you like what we do, refer us to a friend!

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Reducing Costs: First Aid & AED Servicing Program

December 3, 2015

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A new case study, prepared by Think Safe, provides the key resource material on proper yet lower maintenance servicing procedures, tools (including ordering and inspection logs and alerts), and reporting requirements. Additionally, the case study includes best-practice recommendations for medical and first aid programs in workplaces with a higher risk of injury.

The key focus of this case study is OSHA mandates (ANSI regulations) and how in-house safety programs can build refresher training into lower maintenance first aid or emergency medical preparedness programs.

To request a copy of this case study so you can learn how your workplace can benefit from this cost-saving information, simply call us at 319-377-5125 or click more information below and fill out the form.

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First Aid ANSI Standards Updated

March 30, 2015

DHSK01_lrAmerican National Standards Institute (ANSI) has released updated guidelines for the minimum requirements of first aid kits for 2015. Take a look at the charts below to compare these new guidelines to the previous ones. And, rest assured, that all Think Safe first aid kits are ANSI compliant.

 

ANSI/ISEA Z308.1 – 2009

Minimum Quantity Requirements for Unit Packaging

Unit First Aid Supply
Minimum Size or Volume – US
Minimum Size of Volume – metric
Supply Quantity per unit package

Absorbent Compress
32 sq. in.
206 sq. cm
1

Adhesive Bandage
1 x 3 in.
2.5 x 7.5 cm
16

Adhesive Tape
2.5 yd (total)
2.3 m
1 or 2

Antibiotic Treatment
0.14 fl oz.
0.5 g
6

Antiseptic Swab
0.14 fl oz.
0.5 g
10

Antiseptic Wipe
1 x 1 in.
2.5 x 2.5 cm
10

Antiseptic Towelette
24 sq. in.
157 sq. cm
10

Bandage Compress (2 in.)
2 x 36 in.
5 x 91 cm
4

Bandage Compress (3 in.)
3 x 60 in.
7.5 x 152 cm
2

Bandage Compress (4 in.)
4 x 72 in.
10 x 183 cm
1

Breathing Barrier
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1

Burn Dressing
4 x 4 in.
10 x 10 cm
1

Burn Treatment
1/32 oz.
0.9 g
6

Cold Pack
4 x 5 in.
10 x 12.5 cm
1

Eye Covering, with means of attachment
2.9 sq. in.
19 sq. cm
2

Eye/Skin Wash
4 fl. oz. total
118 ml total
1

Eye/Skin Wash & Covering,
4 fl. oz. total
118 ml total
1

with means of attachment
2.9 sq. in.
19 sq. cm
2

Gloves
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2 pair

Hand Sanitizer
1/32 oz.
0.9 g
6

Roller Bandage (4 in.)
4 in. x 4 yd.
10 x 366 cm
1

Roller Bandage (2 in.)
2 in. x 4 yd.
5 x 366 cm
2

Sterile pad
3 x 3 in.
7.5 x 7.5 cm
4

Triangular Bandage
40 x 40 x 56 in.
101x 101 x 142 cm
1


ANSI/ISEA Z308.1 -2015

Classes of First Aid Kits and Required Supplies

First Aid Supply
Minimum Quantity
Minimum Size of Volume

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Class A Kits
Class B Kits
(US)
(Metric)

Adhesive Bandage
16
50
1 x 3 in.
2.5 x 7.5 cm

Adhesive Tape
1
2
2.5 yd (total)
2.3m

Antibiotic Application
10
25
1/57 oz
0.5 g

Antiseptic
10
50
1/57 oz
0.5g

Breathing Barrier
1
1
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Bum Dressing (gel soaked)
1
2
4 x 4 in
10 x 10 cm

Burn Treatment
10
25
1/32 oz
0.9 g

Cold Pack
1
2
4 x 5 in.
10 x 12.5 cm

Eye Covering with means of attachment
2
2
2.9 sq. in
19 sq. cm

Eye/Skin Wash
 
 
 
 

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1 fl oz total
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29.6 ml

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4 fl oz total
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118.3 ml

First Aid Guide
1
1
N/A
N/A

Hand Sanitizer
6
10
1/32 oz
0.9 g

Medical Exam Gloves
2 pair
4 pair
N/A
N/A

Roller Bandage
 
 
 
 

2 inch
1
2
2 in. x 4 yd
5 cm x 3.66m

4 inch
0
1
4 in. x 4 yd
10 cm x 3.66m

Scissors
1
1
N/A
N/A

Splint
0
1
4.0 x 24 in.
10.2 x 61 cm

Sterile pad
2
4
3 x 3 in
7.5 x 7.5 cm

Tourniquet
0
1
1 in. (width)
2.5 cm (width)

Trauma pad
2
4
5 x 9 in.
12.7 x 22.9 cm

Triangular Bandage
1
2
40 x 40 x 56 in.
101 x 101 x 142 cm


To learn more about these guideline updates or for any other questions, simply click the More Information button below, we’ll be happy to help! 

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National Safety Month

June 12, 2013

Summer is here. The pools are open, the sun is shining, parks are crowded, and never the less, accidents are bound to happen. Let’s face it, humans do not always have their guard up. We trip and scrape our knee, touch a hot pan, miss a step on the stairs, and sometimes acquire a paper cut. These are things that are common and less serious but it still proves that we are not being conscientious on how safe our environment is.

Now is the time to be aware of our safety. June is National Safety month! This June marks the 100th year of Safety! The National Safety Council (NSC) is encouraging us to spread the word, “Safety Starts with Me”. Don’t miss out on their weekly themes: Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls, Employee Wellness, Emergency Preparedness, and Ergonomics. Plus! Learn about summer and driving safety!

To find out how you can get involved and watch a video on National Safety month visit their (NCS) website by clicking on this link: http://www.nsc.org/nsc_events/Nat_Safe_Month/Pages/home.aspx

Not sure if you have the materials you need when it comes to injuries? Complete the following form or contact Think Safe at 888-473-1777.  We will be happy to assist you!