The WorkSafeBC Occupational First Aid Level 2 course is a 36 hour program and is designed to provide life-saving first aid skills for urban attendants in industry. Initial certification for your OFA Level 2 course requires full participation and course attendance. Successful candidates must achieve 70% or higher on both practical and written exams. Exams are conducted on the last day of class. Certification is valid for three years
Priority Action Approach
Primary Survey – Conscious / Unconscious patient
Secondary Survey – Conscious / Unconscious patient
Cervical spine control
Airway and Breathing interventions
One person CPR
Muscular / Skeletal Injuries
Records and reports
Must be physically able to perform all of the First Aid tasks required to complete the learning tasks. No experience is necessary.
A Statement of Fitness, as well as acceptable personal identification is required prior to Occupational First Aid Attendant certification.
Certification of the OFA level 2 course requires full participation and course attendance. Candidates must demonstrate practical skill competency and achieve 70% on a multiple choice exam. Upon successful completion, the participant will receive certification that is valid for three years.
The duration of the Occupational First Aid level 2 course is 36 hours over 5 consecutive days. Universal Health and Safety offers an ideal learning environment with well-appointed facilities and clean and comfortable floors for the hands-on portions of the course. The facility is conveniently located near Gilmore SkyTrain station.
$675 per person plus GST (all course material included).
*Please be advised we have a 5 business day cancellation policy.