In B.C., workplace first aid attendants must have a certificate that’s recognized by WorkSafeBC. OFA Level 1 is a basic level first aid training & certification program designed to provide life-saving first aid skills to workers in the industry.
OFA level 1 (English)
The Occupational First Aid Level 1 course is an 8-hour program, including coffee and lunch breaks. In order to be successful, candidates must demonstrate practical skill competency, achieve a minimum of 70% on a multiple choice exam and attend the full course. On successful completion of the course, participants receive a certificate which will be valid for 3-year.
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This course includes:• Responsibilities of an OFA • Preparing to respond • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) • Priority Action Approach • Transportation decisions • Adult CPR & AED • Shock • WCB First Aid Record Forms • Bleeding • Fainting and Seizures • Sudden Medical Emergencies • Stroke • Chest pain
Must be at least 16 years of age and be physically able to perform all of the First Aid tasks required to complete the learning tasks. Personal identification is required prior to the Occupational First Aid Attendant certification. No experience is necessary
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