We offer a number of workshops & NGB programs using our expertise gained over the last 25 years and assisted by our expert tech advisors



React Right First Aid, CPR, and AED, is a CPR, AED, and first aid training program designed specifically for the occupational first aid provider. This extremely flexible program will help employers meet OSHA and other federal and state regulatory requirements for training employees how to respond and care for medical emergencies at work.

React Right Training Programs cover first aid, CPR, AED, blood borne pathogens, emergency oxygen and OSHA safety compliance. Courses teach emergency medical response skills to business, industries, schools, government agencies, and lay responders to emergency crises.

React Right Training Programs use a unique instruc­tional design proven to facilitate a low-stress, student-focused learning environment. Integrated instructional techniques employed in each learning segment target cognitive, psychomotor, and affective learning, building from video scenarios, through various levels of demonstration and practice, to a non-testing-based knowledge assessment. This unique blend of “seeing, hearing, doing, speaking, and feeling” ensures comfort, confidence, and skill mastery, with a flexible structure appropriate to varying educational and experience levels.

By completing the SSI React Right course you can give important care to those in need. The skills learnt in this program will give you the confidence to assist an injured or sick colleague, friend, family member or even a total stranger in a time of real need. It is a self-rewarding qualification that is helpful to all people.

The REACT RIGHT Student Kit includes a field reference guide which enables you to learn all theoretical knowledge easily. You will be guided through all practical skills by a REACT RIGHT Instructor. The program covers:

  • Primary Assessment
  • First Aid & CPR Skills
  • Primary Stabilization Techniques
  • Oxygen Administration in Diving Emergencies
  • Automated External Defibrilation Basics