Trust – Safety Training Seminars

Safety Training Seminars is one of the most trusted places to get your CPR and First-aid Certification. Unfortunately, over the past few years with the rise of the internet, there has also been a rise in unauthorized CPR training courses. Each week we have people who come and take one of our classes who have been scammed by taking an unofficial course. How can you as a consumer be sure that you are taking the correct class with a reputable company? Here is basic information that will help explain the benefits of taking a course with Safety Training Seminars.

Why Trust Safety Training Seminars

1. American Heart Association Licensed Training Center (CA-20784)
2. EMSA Certified Training Center (License # 204-DC)
3. Member of the San Mateo/Redwood City Chamber of Commerce
4. Over 200 Reviews on Yelp
5. A+ Rating with the Redwood City Better Business Bureau
6. Providing Classes in the Bay Area since 1989

BLS, ACLS, & PALS for Medical Professionals

Redwood City, Palo Alto, Menlo Park CPR Classes

1. Students will receive their American Heart Association BLS certification on the day of the class.
Some companies mail out the card which can take up to 30 days for you to receive. However, at Safety Training Seminars, you will walk away with the card in your hand.

2. Safety Training Seminars is a Licensed AHA BLS Training Center
Our license number is CA-20784. Since we are an official training center, you can be sure that everything is done according to AHA guidelines.

3. Students do not pay for the training until the day of the class.
Other CPR companies ask for payment before the training and offer no refunds if you miss your class. That seems unfair. With Safety Training Seminars, you only pay for the class if you attend.


Title 22 for Child Care Centers in California – AB243: EMSA

Health and Safety for Child care

Safety Training Seminars is an approved provider of EMSA certification courses in California. See our license below (0204-DC). After attending one of our Pediatric CPR, Pediatric First-aid, Combined Pediatric CPR and First-aid, or Health and Safety Class, students will receive the proper certification for their child care center.

The Law
All home family child care centers, child care centers, and foster care parents are required to have the 15 hours of training. When licensing comes out to your center, you must show them the below 3 certification cards. The CPR is valid for two years, the First-aid is valid for two years, and currently the Health and Safety does not have an expiration date. It does not matter if you are renewing or first time – the CPR and First-aid classes must be 4 hours long each.
Pediatric CPR – 4 hours
Pediatric First-aid – 4 hours
Health and Safety – 7 hours

Over the past few years, I have noticed that some companies offer the EMSA courses for less than the required time by law. If you find a CPR class that is less than 4 hours or a First-aid class that is less than 4 hours, that company is not teaching the class correctly and you would not receive the correct certification. When Community Care Licensing comes out to your business for inspection and they find you do not have the proper certification, you could be fined. Plus you would have to go out and retake the course to receive the proper certification. Why take a chance? Take a class with Safety Training Seminars and you will receive the correct certification on the day of the training. Also, online CPR and First-aid classes are not accepted for EMSA certification.

Customer Service
Customer service is very important to us. We have 3 full time staff available to answer your questions during regular business hours. In these days of internet, chatting, email, and texting, sometimes it is difficult to speak with a real live human. You can be assured that if you want to talk to someone, we are available. Also, Ursula and Adriana speak Spanish if that is more convenient for you.

Redwood City Pediatric CPR and First-aid Classes

Health and Safety Course for EMSA



We provide American Heart Association ACLS and PALS classes in Palo Alto/Redwood City area. Students will receive the official American Heart Association Advanced Cardiac Life Support card after their course.