It’s the law. Every employer should have staff that are trained to know what to do when someone has an accident or serious acute medical condition on the job. Companies fund employees to take CPR and First aid to help their coworkers and save lives. But what about those whose injuries aren’t as visible, but are just as perilous? Just like CPR and First Aid, Mental Health First Aid can save lives. Employees can be trained to identify signs of distress and respond appropriately with empathy and resources to help avert crisis.