Code 3 Safety & Training is the most convenient on-site option for your employees to receive OSHA workplace safety training in the Northwest. We offer important medical and fire safety training at your restaurant or hotel, including CPR and First Aid, AED training, Bloodborne Pathogens and OSHA Fire Extinguisher certification. We are a safety & training company that was organized in 2006 by a career, full-time Firefighter & EMT with an emphasis on delivering training in a convenient and skilled manner, on-site, and at a time convenient for you. We understand that in the restaurant and catering business, it is not easy to send your employees out to training centers, so we will bring the OSHA safety training to you! Our hours are not confined to the 8-5 workday. We will accommodate based on your scheduling needs. We specialize in the highest quality CPR and First Aid training curriculum using experienced EMS & Fire Safety instructors in an on-site training environment with no additional fees.

Our friendly training staff includes working and retired paramedics and EMTs who have performed CPR and have responded to all types of emergency incidents in the community. Our instructors at Code 3 Safety & Training know what it is like to respond to a cardiac arrest and other emergencies and will relate that experience to you, increasing the benefit to your staff.

Our CPR and First Aid training and fire extinguisher training in Portland, Oregon and Vancouver, Washington not only provides your workforce with competency in providing treatment but enhances knowledge and readiness by providing customized content applicable to your location and procedures. We will help establish the procedures needed to provide patient care for your patrons and employees in a fast-paced, high occupancy setting.

In addition to unparalleled workplace CPR and First Aid training, Code 3 Safety & Training will partner with you to create a centralized OSHA training program for your company in multiple locations throughout the Northwest, delivering CPR, First Aid, Fire Extinguisher and OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens training in an efficient manner, standardizing your staff’s response to emergencies, while making it easier for your company to track certifications company-wide. We have the infrastructure and the experience to create a solution that works for you.

Code 3 Safety & Training leverages our “on-the-street” 911 experience with knowledge to provide your single location or multi-state corporation with the right-sized safety training solution based on your needs. We can also provide workplace safety plans or emergency evacuation consulting and procedures, as desired. Code 3 Safety believes in providing solutions that improve emergency operations and readiness when fire and medical emergencies arise.

Please select from the course options below (Traditional or Blended) and reserve your next CPR, AED, First Aid and OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens certification with Code 3 Safety & Training!

Federal and State Regulatory information:

OSHA requirements for general workplaces.

Legal requirements vary throughout the country, and across various industries. OSHA states:

“In the absence of an infirmary, clinic, or hospital in near proximity to the workplace which is used for the treatment of all injured employees, a person or persons shall be adequately trained to render first aid. Adequate first aid supplies shall be readily available.”

Bloodborne Pathogens Standard
(29 CFR 1910.1030)

This is the most frequently requested and referenced OSHA standard affecting medical and dental offices. Some basic requirements of the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens standard include:

  • A written exposure control plan, to be updated annually
  • Use of universal precautions
  • Consideration, implementation, and use of safer, engineered needles and sharps
  • Use of engineering and work practice controls and appropriate personal protective equipment (gloves, face and eye protection, gowns)
  • Hepatitis B vaccine provided to exposed employees at no cost
  • Medical follow-up in the event of an “exposure incident”
  • Use of labels or color-coding for items such as sharps disposal boxes and containers for regulated waste, contaminated laundry, and certain specimens.
  • Employee training.
  • Proper containment of all regulated waste

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