Standard First Aid, CPR Level C and AED Training Course Summary:
First aid training is critical for the workplace as well as at home. In Ontario, employers have a legal requirement to have at least one employee trained in first aid based on the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act's Regulation 1101 - First Aid Requirements.
For employers with 5 or less employees per shift, Emergency First Aid Training is required.
For employers with 6 or more employees per shift, Standard First Aid Training is the required training.
What will Blended Standard First Aid Training Cover:
- Fundamental Principles and a History of The Red Cross
- Responding to Emergencies - Legal Issues, Chain of Survival Behaviours, After the Emergency, and Lowering the Risk of Infection
- Check, Call, Care, and Shock
- Adult and Child Choking Emergencies
- Circulation Emergencies - Heart Attack, Stroke, Life-Threatening External and Internal Bleeding
- Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) and Automated External Defibrillation (AED)
- Breathing Emergencies - Asthma, and Anaphylaxis
- Wound care - Bandaging Guidelines, Cuts and Scapes, Burns, Chemical Burns, Electrical Burns, Bruises, Splinters, Nosebleeds, Knocked-Out Teeth, Eye Injuries, Impaled Objects, and Chest Injuries
- Head, Neck, and Spinal Injuries, including Concussions
- Bone, Muscle, and Joint Injuries, including Splints and Slings
- Sudden Medical Emergencies - Diabetic Emergencies, Seizures, Mental Health Crisis, and Childbirth
- Environmental Illnesses - Heat-Related Illnesses (Heat Exhaustion and Heat Stroke), Cold-Related Illnesses (Frostbite and Hypothermia)
- Poisons - Carbon Monoxide Poisoning, Poison Ivy, Sumac, and Oak, Hogweed, and Wild Parsnip, Alcohol and Drug Poisoning, Animal Bites, Insect Stings, Spider Bites, Tick Bites, Snakebites, Stings from Marine Life.
|Duration||2 Days - In-Person Training|
|Training Interval||3 Years Retraining Required|
|Includes||First Aid & CPR (Print). Standard First Aid certificate (digital certificate issued upon successful completion)|