Our classes have not been cancelled, since Safety Training Seminars is involved in Health Care Operations. Below is a link to the American Heart Association’s website with information on the coronavirus. The link below is for informational and educational purposes and we do not guarantee the accuracy.
If you are sick, you must reschedule your course for another date when you are feeling better. We offer free rescheduling. During class you are welcome to use gloves if you wish (we do have gloves for use).
Our manikins are sanitized after each use by your instructors. Please wash your hands before, during, and after your course. All of our classrooms have hand washing facilities.
WHAT WILL STILL BE OPEN?
Lots of things. Here’s a list:
- Essential services like health care operations and infrastructure
- Pharmacies, grocery stores, certified farmers’ markets, convenience stores, food banks and the like.
- Businesses that provide food, shelter and social services
- Gas stations and auto repair shops
- Hardware stores
- Banks and financial institutions
- Plumbers, electricians and exterminators
“Health care operations” are certain administrative, financial, legal, and quality improvement activities of a covered entity that are necessary to run its business and to support the core functions of treatment and payment. These activities, which are limited to the activities listed in the definition of “health care operations” at 45 CFR 164.501, include:
- Conducting quality assessment and improvement activities, population-based activities relating to improving health or reducing health care costs, and case management and care coordination;
- Reviewing the competence or qualifications of health care professionals, evaluating provider and health plan performance, training health care and non-health care professionals, accreditation, certification, licensing, or credentialing activities;