Health & Safety Institute (HSI) is a world leader in emergency care, response and safety training. Headquartered in Eugene, Oregon, with offices in Michigan, Florida, and British Columbia.
HSI has partnered with over 16,000 approved training centers and authorized over 200,000 professional safety and health educators, who have certified approximately 23 million emergency care providers in the U.S. and over 100 countries around the world.
We serve people who want to make a difference. As training professionals, we’ve seen the difference that lifesaving skills can make, so everything we do helps to make that difference. For more information on HSI or the HSI family of brands, talk to your Summit sales representative (800.842.0466) or use the form to the right to send us your questions.
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Founded in Florida in 1996, ASHI is built on the idea of cost-effective training for communities and individuals, with a reduced administrative burden for professional trainers.


ASHI programs meet CECBEMS requirements for professional responders, while offering Instructors the ability to customize classroom, and blending learning options for students.


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24-7 EMS joined the HSI family of brands in 2008. 24-7 EMS courses meet the continuing education requirements for all EMS levels and are designed for the needs of workplace learning.


24-7 EMS offers a rapidly growing continuing education curriculum, with new topics added every quarter. These courses help emergency medical professionals meet state and national training requirements, and each class is CECBEMS-approved.


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Founded in Portland, OR in 1976, MEDIC First Aid is a leading provider of workplace CPR/AED and first aid training programs. MEDIC First Aid focuses on standardized, convenient workplace training, for consistent, repeatable results.


MEDIC First Aid courses make workplace training more consistent, with dynamic, engaging video programs to support Instructors and classroom, and blended learning elements.


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HSI created 24-7 Fire in 2009 to complement 24-7 EMS, its successful emergency medical services counterpart. 24-7 Fire courses are based on NFPA standards and OSHA, NIOSH, CDC IFSTA, and other recognized standards and materials.


24-7 Fire courses meet all state requirements for continuing education and professional advancement, with the flexibility and cost-effectiveness that rural fire departments demand.


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EMP Canada joined the HSI family of brands in 2009, providing emergency care training for the requirements of Canada’s national, provincial, and territorial occupational regulations.


EMP Canada training courses are accredited by government agencies, trade associations and community colleges.


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