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Faculty Instructor (Terrace)

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Who We Are

As Canada’s leading first aid and safety charity, St. John Ambulance is dedicated to enabling people’s health, safety, and quality of life through training and community service. Building on a 900-year tradition, St...

Customer Care Specialist

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Who We Are

As Canada’s leading first aid and safety charity, St. John Ambulance is dedicated to enabling people’s health, safety, and quality of life through training and community service. Building on a 900-year tradition, St...

Administrative Assistant (New Westminster)

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Who We Are

As Canada’s leading first aid and safety charity, St. John Ambulance is dedicated to enabling people’s health, safety, and quality of life through training and community service. Building on a 900-year tradition, St...

Occupational First Aid Level 1 (Emergency First Aid for Industry) - Bl...
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This blended 8-hour certification course provides the first aid training needed to qualify participants as an Emergency First Aid for Industry (OFA 1) attendant. The St. John Ambulance Emergency First Aid for Industry blended course is recognized by WorkSafeBC as equivalent to WorkSafeBC Occupational First Aid Level 1 (OFA-1). On successful completion of training, participants receive a National St. John Ambulance Emergency First Aid for Industry certificate. When transferring to another province, the Emergency First Aid for Industry certificate is recognized as meeting the requirements for Emergency First Aid. This course meets first aid requirements for: WorkSafeBC - Occupational First Aid (OFA) Level 1, Canada Labor Code Basic First Aid, and Alberta Occupational Health and Safety (Emergency First Aid). This blended course is comprised of two sections: An online self-study section and an in-classroom practical section. The online section will take around 4 hours. When completed you can attend the in-classroom section. You must attend the 4 hour in-class section within 30 days of completing the online section.
Occupational First Aid Level 1 (Emergency First Aid for Industry)
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This one-day certification course meets first aid requirements for WorkSafeBC Occupational First Aid Level 1, Canada Labour Code Basic First Aid and Alberta Occupational Health and Safety guidelines for Emergency First Aid in Alberta. Upon successful completion, candidates will be issued a national St. John Ambulance Emergency First Aid for Industry certificate valid for 3 years plus a CPR Level A with AED certificate.
Emergency First Aid - Community Care
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This fast paced one-day course meets first aid requirements under the BC Ministry of Health - Community Care and Assisted Living Act. This course also meets first aid requirements for Canada Labour Code Basic First Aid. Emergency First Aid Community Care meets first aid requirements for anyone who provides care for infants, children and/or adults in licensed adult care and child care facilities. It is also suitable for federal government employees, home care providers, coaches, and care support workers. This course now offers Opioid Poisoning and administration of naloxone both intranasal and intramuscular. This course also meets first aid requirements for Canada Labour Code Basic First Aid but is NOT recognized as equivalent to WorkSafeBC Occupational First Aid Level 1. Successful completion of this course also includes a CPR Level B and AED certificate.
British Columbia Workplace Kit Regulations