EMERGENCY FIRST RESPONSE WITH AED
Aimed at those responders likely to be first on the scene where an illness or injury may be present, the curriculum includes skills necessary for the individual to provide emergency medical care with a limited amount of equipment. Specifically the candidate will be capable of recognizing the seriousness of the patient’s condition and extent of injury/ illness (the “Golden Hour”), and administer appropriate emergency medical care for life-threatening conditions.
This course is based on these concepts and is presented incorporating the Ontario Ministry of Health and Long Term Care, Emergency Health Services Branch, Basic Life Support – Patient Care Standards:
This course is intended for those in an occupational setting, this program will teach basic oxygen administration for medical emergencies until EMS arrives.
Federal and Provincial legislation requires that any employee who works in a workplace where hazardous materials are used must receive WHMIS training. In Ontario this requirement is mandated under the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHS Act) and WHMIS Regulation WHMIS Reg.).
CANADA SAFETY COUNCIL’S BABYSITTING TRAINING
The Canada Safety Council’s Babysitter’ Training Course is an up-to-date program designed to upgrade community babysitting standards.
Aimed at young people, twelve years of age and older, this program will allow prospective babysitters to demonstrate their maturity by completing the course under responsible direction.
INSTRUCTOR’S COURSES FOR ALL DISCIPLINES.
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