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At the present time, all class registration must be handled via telephone or in person. We hope to be able to offer on-line registration in the near future.

If you are interested in taking Health & Safety or Workplace Classes in Jefferson or Morgan Counties, please contact Crystal Moran, Health & Safety Director – Jefferson/Morgan Counties, at (304) 725-5015. If you are interested in taking the above classes in Berkeley, Grant, Hampshire, Hardy or Pendleton Counties, please contact Samuel Bunner, Health & Safety Director – Berkeley County, at (304) 263-5241. Please click here to see our current course offerings.

To register for Disaster Response Courses for any of the counties in the Eastern Panhandle Chapter, please contact Mickey Johnson, Disaster Services Director, (304) 725-5015. For a listing of Disaster Response Courses currently scheduled, click here.

Health & Safety

The Red Cross saves lives by annually equipping more than 45,500 individuals with vital skills in all of our training; including First Aid, CPR, and Lifeguarding. Ninety-eight percent (98%) of our course takers continue to say that they felt prepared to respond after taking one of our Red Cross lifesaving courses.

We have 134 instructors teaching lifesaving courses in seven (7) counties. Interested in becoming a Red Cross Instructor?

Please visit our Health & Safety Course Calendar at the link below for the most up-to-date listing of courses being offered: Health & Safety Calendar.

Register for a course!
To register for Health and Safety Classes in either Jefferson or Morgan counties, contact Crystal Moran at (304)725-5015. To register for Health and Safety Classes in Berkeley, Grant, Hampshire, Hardy and Pendleton counties, contact Samuel Bunner at (304)263-5241. We accept Visa and MasterCard payments as well as cash, check or money order.

About our Local Training
1. Arrive early. It is best to arrive 15 minutes prior to class start.
2. Wear comfortable clothing. Depending on the type of class, you may need to get down to kneel, sit and lay. Wear appropriate clothing for this activity.
3. Meals will not be provided. Weekend full-day classes have built in lunch breaks.
4. Parking will be provided.
5. To be eligible to earn certification in a course, you must plan to stay for the entire length of the course.
6. Paper and writing utensils will be provided.

Cancellation/Refund Policy for Health and Safety Courses:
All class payment is due in advance. (Unless prior arrangements have been made or approval is given from the H&S Director.)

If it is necessary for you to reschedule, please call at least 72 hours in advance of the class. We will be happy to reschedule you to our next available training.

If any of the following situations occur, the Red Cross will be happy to refund your money but will retain a $10 processing fee:
If you must cancel your attendance at a course.
If you do not attend a scheduled class (& you do not wish to reschedule).

Inclement weather cancellation
On rare occasions it may be necessary for the Red Cross to cancel a course due to inclement weather. In such cases (or if extreme weather prevents a participant from attending when a course is not cancelled), the Red Cross will reschedule or refund a participant’s money at no additional cost to the participant.

Inclement weather notification
If it becomes necessary for the Red Cross to cancel a course, participants will be contacted as soon as possible and no less than one (1) hour prior to start of the class.

Workplace Training
Prepare a Safer Workplace and Protect Your Most Valuable Asset: Your Employees

From CPR, first aid and automated external defibrillator (AED) training to injury prevention courses, bloodborne pathogens training and community disaster preparedness education, Red Cross training offers complete, flexible programs that help your company stay prepared for virtually any life-threatening situation. First Aid/CPR/AED training courses combine lecture, demonstrations and video with hands-on training in a ‘practice-while-you-watch’ format. And because the American Red Cross is a member of the OSHA Alliance, you can be sure your employees are receiving the highest quality information and training available to help prevent injuries, illnesses and fatalities in the workplace.

Build the program that works for your business using our modular curriculum.

Disaster Services

Each year, the American Red Cross responds immediately to more than 70,000 disasters, including house or apartment fires (the majority of disaster responses), hurricanes, floods, earthquakes, tornadoes, hazardous materials spills, transportation accidents, explosions, and other natural and man-made disasters.

The Good News Is That We Can Help

Although the American Red Cross is not a government agency, its authority to provide disaster relief was formalized when, in 1905, the Red Cross was chartered by Congress to “carry on a system of national and international relief in time of peace and apply the same in mitigating the sufferings caused by pestilence, famine, fire, floods, and other great national calamities, and to devise and carry on measures for preventing the same.” The Charter is not only a grant of power, but also an imposition of duties and obligations to the nation, to disaster victims, and to the people who generously support its work with their donations.

Red Cross disaster relief focuses on meeting people’s immediate emergency disaster-caused needs. When a disaster threatens or strikes, the Red Cross provides shelter, food, and health and mental health services to address basic human needs. In addition to these services, the core of Red Cross disaster relief is the assistance given to individuals and families affected by disaster to enable them to resume their normal daily activities independently.

The Red Cross also feeds emergency workers, handles inquiries from concerned family members outside the disaster area, provides blood and blood products to disaster victims, and helps those affected by disaster to access other available resources.

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