"Do this to them". "Do this to him or her". How hard would it be for them to make the entire video be gender neutral? That'd be arguably better anyway, because emergencies tend not to be gender-specific, so using gendered language to train for an emergency scenario just makes no sense to me.
It's something that just...bothers me. It bothers me a lot. I know it might sound like a minor gripe to other people, but this is actually a pretty big, significant thing. Would that be too much to ask? For them to be more inclusive? They include so many age ranges in these trainings yet have those generally be generic--why not keep gender generic too?