Workplace Safety

First Aid courses require re-certification every THREE YEARS, while CPR courses may require annual re-certification depending on your employment type.

On-site corporate/workplace training courses available.

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Basic Workplace First Aid (Emergency) w/ CPR & AED

Full Course: 8 Hours • $100.00 / person
Re-certification: 4 Hours • $85.00 / person

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Basic one-day course outlining first aid principles of airway, breathing & circulatory emergencies. Skills include scene & victim assessment; CPR, conscious & unconscious choking; treatment of burns and external bleeding, heart attack and, stroke wounds. Includes CPR-B certification. Recognized by Nova Scotia’s Health & Safety Legislature – Occupational Health & Safety Act.

Intermediate Workplace First Aid (Standard) w/ CPR & AED

Full Course: 16 Hours • $130.00 / person
Re-certification: 8 Hours • $100.00 / person

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Two-day course including the airway, breathing & circulatory emergencies from the Basic Workplace First Aid course in addition to sudden medical emergencies; environmental emergencies; poisons; head & spine injuries; bone & joint injuries; and opioid harm reduction. Recognized by Nova Scotia’s Health & Safety Legislature – Occupational Health & Safety Act.

CPR - Health Care Provider/Basic Life Support

Full Course: 4 Hours • $90.00 / person

 

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Advanced life support skills and CPR required by healthcare professionals in a healthcare team.  BLS may be combined with Basic Workplace First Aid (Standard First Aid) as per requirements of most university nursing programs.

CPR A, B or C w/ AED

Full Course: 4 Hours • $75.00 / person
Re-certification: 3 Hours • $60.00 / person

 

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Provides the ability to recognize and respond to CPR emergencies in adults, children & infants – includes conscious and unconscious choking (airway management) and cardiovascular emergencies.

CPR A – Airway management (conscious & unconscious choking); CPR; and treatment of cardiovascular emergencies in adults.

CPR B – Airway management and use of an AED for children and infants.

CPR C – All aspects of CPR training for adults, children, and infants, including two-rescuer response skills.

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