OCCUPATIONAL FIRST AID (O.F.A.) LEVEL 1


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OCCUPATIONAL FIRST AID (O.F.A.) LEVEL 1


 

Designed to provide life-saving first aid skills for workers in industry. Students must be 16 years of age and physically capable of performing first aid skills.

 

Instruction includes:

 
  • priority action approach
  • airway obstruction
  • oxygen therapy
  • bleeding management
  • breathing distress
  • resuscitation
  • CPR and bleeding and shock
  • AED/defibrillator training & certification

 

Successful course completion results in a WCB issued Occupational First Aid Level 1 Certificate (valid for 3 years)

 

Requirements:

  • Course length: 8 hours total which includes 7 hours of instructional time
  • Minimum of 6 and maximum of 18 students per class 
  • One room 500+ sq.ft. 
 

Cost per course:

  • $85.00 per person
  • No travel fee within Lower Mainland (some companies charge more than $100)
  • Flexible day or evening courses depending on your operating hours at no extra charge

* Pay for 10 students and get 2 for free *



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Transport Endorsement (TE)


Transport Endorsement (TE)


 

Students are instructed in hard collar application (cervical immobilization) and securing of injured patients to spine boards and oxygen therapy.

 

REQUIREMENTS:

 
  • Course length: 8 hours total (7 hours instructional time)
  • One room 500+ sq.ft. 
  • Minimum 6 people to maximum of 18 per class

Must hold a current OFA Level 1 Certificate or higher to enroll in this course.


COST PER COURSE:

 
  • $85.00 per person to a maximum of $850.00 per class (pay for 10 students get 2 students free)
  • No travel fee within Lower Mainland (some companies charge more than $100.00)
  • Flexible day or evening courses depending on your operating hours at no extra charge