First Aid Training objectives are to ensure that participants don’t just leave our training certified, but are ready to take action when a real First Aid emergency occurs. Since 2006, Canadian Business Health Management has been one of Ontario’s leading WSIB approved First Aid training providers. CBHM’s instructors bring a wealth of knowledge with hands on and engaging scenario based training to enhance the learning experience. CBHM’s instructor credentials range from EMS workers, health care professionals, and other First Aid related experience.

First Aid Training

Standard First Aid Training Outline (13 Hours):

  • Legal responsibilities (understanding consent, applied consent, abandonment)
  • Safeguarding your health; communicable diseases
  • Personal protective equipment; glove removal; decontamination protocols
  • Scene survey; primary survey; secondary survey; ongoing casualty care

Day 1 – Signs, Symptoms & Treatment for:

  • Emergency scene management (ESM)
  • Shock, unconsciousness, fainting
  • Choking (partial and complete airway obstruction adult, special circumstances)
  • Severe bleeding (internal & external); wound care; burns
  • Cardiovascular emergencies
  • One and two Rescuer CPR/AED
  • Medical conditions – diabetes, seizure, allergic reactions, etc.

Day 2 – Elective Modules (Minimum of 8):

  • Bone, muscle and joint injuries
  • Head and spinal injuries
  • Pelvic, abdominal and crush injuries
  • Environmental illnesses, medical conditions and injuries
  • Multiple injury management
  • Child resuscitation (choking, CPR/AED)
  • Infant resuscitation (choking, CPR)
  • Secondary survey
  • Rescue carries

 

Who Requires Standard First Aid Training?

Every employer employing more than five workers and not more than fifteen workers in any one shift at a place of employment.

First Aid Training

Emergency First Aid Training Outline (6.5 Hours):

  • Legal responsibilities (understanding consent, implied consent, abandonment)
  • Safeguarding your health; communicable diseases
  • Personal protective equipment; glove removal; decontamination protocols
  • Scene survey; primary survey; secondary survey; ongoing casualty care

EFA Core Content – Signs, symptoms & treatment for:

  • Emergency scene management (ESM)
  • Shock, unconsciousness, fainting
  • Choking (mild and severe airway obstruction adult/child, special circumstances)
  • Severe bleeding (internal & external); wound care; burns
  • Cardiovascular emergencies
  • One and two rescuer CPR/AED
  • Medical conditions- diabetes, seizures, allergic reactions, asthma

 

Who Requires Emergency First Aid Training?

Every employer employing not more than five workers in any one shift at a place of employment.

 

First Aid Kit

What are the Different Levels of CPR Certification?

  • CPR Level C – Adult, Child & Infant CPR
  • CPR Level B – Adult & Child CPR
  • CPR Level A – Adult CPR
  • CPR Level HCP – Health Care Provider

Available Add-On Courses:

  • Oxygen Therapy
  • Automated External Defibrillation Training (AED)
  • Infection Control/Bloodborne Pathogens
  • WHMIS – GHS

 


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