Occupational First Aid Level 1 - $105
8.30a.m - 4.30 pm (8 hrs)
In this course each participant will be able to demonstrate the Priority Action Approach for the responsive and unresponsive patients. They will also be able to identify and perform appropriate interventions for minor soft tissue injuries, including the need for medical referral, providing follow-up care and be able to accurately complete the required First Aid Record. This will include specific management of lacerations, eye injuries, burns, and workplace poisoning.
As well each participant will identify and manage respiratory and circulatory critical interventions for responsive and unresponsive patients. Bleeding interventions and various medical emergencies will also be covered.
All procedures will follow the guidelines described in the Occupational First Aid Level 1 Training Guide.
Photo ID is required.
Max class size 18
Certificate: 3 yr
Occupational First Aid Level 2 -$600
35 hrs class time
This course is designed to teach first aid attendants advanced first aid techniques to sustain life until paramedics arrive.
Certificate 3 yrs B.C.
Work Safe B.C. Level 3 -$875
70hrs of class time
This course is designed for first aid attendants in industry who are located in remote worksites or with large workplaces more than 20 minutes from medical aid.
Successful participants will be qualified to work as a WorksSafeBc OFA Level 3 first aid attendant.
OFA Level 3 meets the requirements for the Canada Labour Code (Advanced First Aid) and the Alberta Human Services OH&S Policy (advanced first aid).
Course Content Includes the following:
Priority Action Approach to the Injured worker.
Patient positioning and patient packaging.
(Jaw Trust, Oral Airways, Suctioning, Pocket Mask, BVM, CPR/AED and 02 Thvorerapy)
Shock and Bleeding
Major and Minor injury management
Certificate 3 yrs. B.C.