Select First Aid Ltd. :: Book Courses :: Occupational First Aid :: Level 2
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Occupational First Aid—Level II (36 hours/1 week Monday to Friday)
Occupational First Aid Level I, II and III courses are recognized first aid courses for work sites in British Columbia. All employers in BC must comply with the Workers' Compensation Board regulations except those which are federally regulated. To determine the level of first aid coverage required for a business, call Select First Aid at 604-596-5666 or email email@example.com
Students must have reached their sixteenth birthday before they can take the examinations. Successful candidates of Level II will have a restricted ticket until they are 19 years of age. Restricted ticket holders must work under the supervision of an unrestricted ticket holder. An Occupational First Aid Statement of Fitness needs to be filled in and signed together with the application.
Students should complete homework assignments prior to the first class. Textbooks and workbooks will be available at the time of registration.
C - Spine control
How to clear an airway
Chest injuries with additional equipment (oral airways, O2 pocket mask, bag & valve mask)
1 person CPR/ AED
Detailed bleeding control
Minor wound care
Ligament and tendon problems
Basic immobilization when a patient can be transported to medical aid in company vehicle (basic arm splinting and slings)
No transportation, call an ambulance for all serious injuries
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