Is Alberta First Aid valid in BC?
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Beside this, how long does first aid certification last in Alberta?
Secondly, is there a difference between standard first aid and emergency first aid? The Standard First Aid Course and Emergency First Aid Course are both governed by Workplace Health and Safety: both include CPR and AED. The difference is based on the number of hours and first aid content covered. The Emergency First Aid Course is a one day course with a minimum of 6.5 hours.
Similarly, how many first aid attendants are required in BC?
There are three levels of Occupational First Aid qualifications certification and training in British Columbia, as required by WorkSafe BC. Depending on the Hazard Rating, Number of Workers and Driving Time to Hospital, Worksafe BC's Schedule3A may stipulate that you have one or more First Aid Attendants on site.
Does OFA Level 1 include CPR?
Occupational First Aid Level 1. WorkSafeBC approved OFA level 1 courses include training in CPR and the use of automated external defibrillators. This is an 8 hour course the covers a number of different topics and includes cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and automated external defibrillator (AED) training.