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Important update on COVID-19

The Ontario government recently announced that first aid providers in certain regions will be included in phase two of reopening the province, and have permission to reopen and resume in-class first aid training. We are working closely with all of our first aid providers and have developed resources and protocols to ensure that we can safely restart in-person training as soon as possible. While in-person training is now being permitted, we encourage providers to continue delivering blended training where it is possible to do so. We are also encouraging our first aid providers to prioritize access to people and organizations working in front line, essential services.We are also extending recertification and certification until Dec 31, 2020.

Standard First Aid & CPR (Adult/Child/Infant) - Onsite Training


The Standard First-Aid & CPR program meets the requirements as defined by Regulations 1101 of the provincial Workplace Safety & Insurance Board. This 16-hours program applies to all employers who are covered by the Workplace Safety & Insurance Act who are obligated to provide First Aid training, equipment, facilities and trained personnel in all workplaces.


Employer Requirements:

  • Any employer with more than 5 employees on any shift

  • Ensure that personnel in charge of a First Aid station

  • Hold a valid Standard First-Aid Certificate



  • On-site for the convenience of any client (10 student minimum)

  • Ounce of Prevention Safety Services training location


Program Length: 16 Hours (In any combination)


Program Discussion:










It is the goal of Ounce of Prevention Safety Services is to provide the very best in resources, equipment and instructional staff. We want every participant to leave our program/s with the knowledge, skills and confidence to bridge the gap of any medical or traumatic emergency until the arrival of 911 (Police/Fire/EMS).


To that end, we will achieve our goal of: Committed to Safety.  Committed to People.

  • Legalities

  • Calling 911

  • Universal precautions

  • Emergency Scene ManagementUnconsciousness

  • Airway Management (Airway Obstruction-Adult/Child/Infant)

  • Breathing Assessment (Rescue Breathing)

  • Circulation (CPR-Adult/Child/Infant)

  • CPR Survival Statistics

  • AED Information
  • Discussion on the risk factors of Angina/Heart Attack and Stroke

  • Shock

  • Traumatic Emergencies

  • Head & Spinal injuries

  • Fractures & dislocations

  • Heat/Chemical/Electrical Burns

  • Medical Emergencies

  • Hypothermia/Hyperthermia

  • Poisoning

  • Allergic Reactions

  • Diabetes

  • Seizures

  • Asthma

  • Anxiety

  • Triage

  • Written & Practical Skills Testing

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