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Mello Care LLC

"Prevention is the key"



USF OSHA authorized Trainer. We promote and aide corporations and businesses in professionalism and safety for the work place by providing continuing education.

         The OSHA consultant works with the employer and the safety representative on a one-on-one basis to introduce them to 

         OSHA-based safety management practices and requirements. 

         (First consultation free)

        Based on 4 elements

  • Management Commitment and Employee Involvement;
  • Worksite Analysis;
  • Hazard Prevention and Control
  • Training for Employer and Employee



      What You Need to Know About First Aid and CPR compliance In Order to Protect Your Company.

      Q: Does my company need First Aid?

      A: Yes under the section 1910.151(b) of OSHA LAW all General Industry such as heating & cooling, electrical, manufacturing plans,  

      plumbing, as well as construction industry are required to provide medical and first aid if not in the proximity (more than 4 Minutes away) 

      from a clinic.

      Q: Does my company need First Aid Equipment?

      A: Yes, under the section 1910.269(b) (3), First Aid Kits shall be maintained, shall be readily available for use, and shall be inspected frequently 

      enough to ensure that expended items are replaced but at least once per year.

      Q: Does my company need CPR /First Aid Training?

      A: OSHA recommends that CPR training be a general program element of a first aid program.

      Q: When is CPR Training Required?

      A: Under 1910.269(b)(1), anyone working with equipment, installation, or repair that is associated with 50 Volts or more require CPR training.

        Q: Do Online Classes Meet Requirements?

     A: NO! Online training alone for First Aid and CPR do not meet the requirements as per OSHA’s Best Practices Guide the training requires

     physical skills, such as bandaging and CPR with mannequins and partner practice.

      Q: How much in fines can OSHA assess?

      A: OSHA can assess a fine from up to $ 7,000.00 to to $ 70,000.0 per violation.