Regulatory & Approvals compliance

The Easy Way to Meet Regulatory Safety Requirements & Rules.

To ensure that you, your people, and your business meet regulations Young Hearts Education has partnered with the Health & Safety Institute (HSI). From their nationally approved and accredited emergency care and professional EMS programs to Their OSHA-approved 10/30 hour courses, you can be sure that the content from the HSI meets your needs. They work hard to gain and maintain regulatory acceptance and our suite of tools can help keep you in compliance too!

One hand Chest compressions on childCurrent, Evidence-Based Training Programs 

All American Safety and Health Institute (ASHI) training programs conform to the 2015 American Heart Association®, Inc. (AHA) Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science.  An HSI representative was a volunteer member of the 2015 International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR) First Aid Task Force and a collaborator on the 2015 International Consensus on First Aid Science with Treatment Recommendations.


Commission on Accreditation of Pre-Hospital Continuing Education Approved Courses

HSI, like the AHA, is a nationally accredited organization of the Commission on Accreditation of Pre-Hospital Continuing Education (CAPCE, formerly CECBEMS). CAPCE is the national accrediting body for Emergency Medical Services (EMS) continuing education courses and course providers. CAPCE accreditation requires an evidence-based peer-review process for continuing education programs comparable to all healthcare accreditors.

All 24-7 EMS courses and ASHI professional level resuscitation courses are CAPCE approved. 

CAPCE represents only that its accredited programs have met CAPCE’s standards for accreditation.  These standards require sound educational offerings determined by a review of its objectives, teaching plan, faculty, and program evaluation processes. CAPCE does not endorse or support the actual teachings, opinions or material content as presented by the speaker(s) and/or sponsoring organization. CAPCE accreditation does not represent that the content conforms to any national, state or local standard or best practice of any nature.  No student shall have any cause of action against CAPCE based on the accreditation of the material.

Occupational Safety and Health Administration Regulatory complianceHSI Keeps Up With OSHA Just Like You.

Our safety training programs are built to help you meet OSHA standards. We’ve got a team of experienced professionals that work hard to ensure all of our programs are up-to-date and  in compliance with OSHA regulations.


“2015 International Consensus on Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science with Treatment Recommendations.”Circulation 132, suppl. 1 (2015): S2-S268.

“2015 American Heart Association and American Red Cross International Consensus on First Aid Science with Treatment Recommendations.” Circulation 132, suppl. 1 (2015): S269-S311.

“2015 American Heart Association Guidelines for Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Science.” Circulation 132, suppl. 1 (2015): S315-S357.

“2015 American Heart Association and American Red Cross Guidelines Update for First Aid.” Circulation 132, suppl. 1 (2015): S574-S589.

“ Caring for Our Children Basics: Health and Safety Foundation for Early and Education,” Administration for Children and Families, U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, 6/25/2015

American Academy of Pediatrics, American Public Health Association, National Resource Center for Health and Safety in Child Care and Early Education. 2011. Caring for our children: National health and safety performance standards; Guidelines for early care and education programs. 3rd Edition

ANSI/ASSE. Z490.1-2016: Criteria for Accepted Practices in Safety, Health, & Environmental Training Standards. Park Ridge, IL: ASSE,2016

ASTM International. F2171-02 Standard Guide for Defining the Performance of First Aid Providers in Occupational Settings. West Conshokocken, PA: ASTM International, 2009.

U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. Best Practices of a Workplace First Aid Program. OSHA 3317-06N. Washington DC: Department of Labor, 2006

For additional information or detail on the regulatory guideline feel free to contact us.