First Aid

First Aid Training

For more course and registration information please choose from the links below:

OFA Level 1
Course Duration: 7 Training Hours

Course Content: CPR and breathing emergencies in adults; first aid for bleeding; sudden illness and injury emergency care skills for the occupational first aid provider.

Who Would Benefit: B.C. provincial business, industry and government agencies with employees that have an occupational requirement to be Level 1 (Emergency) First Aid trained.

Regulations and Guidelines: Meets British Columbia Occupational Health and Safety regulations (OH&S) administered through WorkSafe BC.

Registration Information: Phone: (250) 426-2525 // Email: strategic1@shaw.ca // Register Online: https://strategicfirecontrol.com/events/.

Transportation Endorsement First Aid
Course Duration: 7 Training Hours. This is not a stand-alone program. It is intended to be provided in conjunction with Level 1 First Aid training for British Columbia Provincial workplaces.

Course Content: Supplemental emergency care skills for the occupational level 1 first aid provider in the use of equipment needed for packaging patients due to a major mechanism of injury requiring spinal immobilization.

Who Would Benefit: B.C. provincial business, industry and government agencies with employees that have an occupational requirement for a Transportation Endorsement in conjunction with Level 1 first aid training.

Regulations and Guidelines: Meets British Columbia Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) regulations administered through WorkSafe BC.

Registration Information: Phone: (250) 426-2525 // Email: strategic1@shaw.ca // Register Online: https://strategicfirecontrol.com/events/.

Level 2 First Aid
Course Duration: 35 Training Hours

Course Content: CPR and breathing emergencies in adults; advanced first aid; use of oxygen equipment; AED; primary and secondary assessment skills; first aid for bleeding; sudden illness and minor injury; return to work protocols and record keeping for the occupational healthcare provider.

Who Would Benefit: B.C. provincial business, industry and government agencies with employees that have an occupational requirement to be Level 2 First Aid trained.

Regulations and Guidelines:
Meets British Columbia Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) regulations administered through WorkSafe BC.

Registration Information: Phone: (250) 426-2525 // Email: strategic1@shaw.ca // Register Online: https://strategicfirecontrol.com/events/.

Level 3 First Aid
Course Duration: 70 Training Hours

Course Content: CPR and breathing emergencies in adults; advanced first aid; use of oxygen delivery equipment; AED; primary and secondary assessment skills; first aid for bleeding; sudden illness and injury; rapid transport protocols; medical aid protocols; return to work protocols; packaging and spinal immobilization; record keeping; oral reporting and patient transfer skills for the occupational healthcare provider.

Who Would Benefit: B.C. provincial business, industry and government agencies with employees that have an occupational requirement to be Advanced Level 3 Advanced First Aid trained.

Regulations and Guidelines:
Meets British Columbia Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) regulations administered through WorkSafe BC; provincial, and territorial Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) regulations; Human Resources and Social Development Canada (HRSDC) Canadian Labour Code; Canadian Occupational Health and Safety (COHS) regulation.

Registration Information: Phone: (250) 426-2525 // Email: strategic1@shaw.ca // Register Online: https://strategicfirecontrol.com/events/.

CPR Pro - BLS for Health Care Providers
Course Duration: (Level C) – 5 Training Hours

Course Content: CPR and breathing emergencies in adults, infants, and children; AED; first aid for bleeding; and emergency care prevention skills such as cardiac arrest, heart attack, stroke, and choking management to the Lay Rescuer guideline. The program is intended to be flexible in content and offers Level A (Adults), or Level B (Infant/Child), or Level C (Adults/Infant/Child) CPR and AED.

Who Would Benefit: Healthcare providers, emergency medical services personnel, dentists, nurses, respiratory therapists, firefighters, lifeguards, correctional and police officers, industrial response team, and first responders that have a duty to respond to a cardiac emergency based on job responsibilities or regulatory requirements.

Regulations and Guidelines: Meets the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada CPR, Defibrillation, and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Healthcare Provider Guidelines.

Registration Information: Phone: (250) 426-2525 // Email: strategic1@shaw.ca // Register Online: https://strategicfirecontrol.com/events/.