Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) First Aid and Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)
Since 2012, PAGC has been providing nationally recognized OHS, First Aid and CPR training to PAGC’s First Nation communities and staff. Our goal is to provide advanced life-saving skills and approaches that will improve outcomes for people who experience cardiac arrest or other medical emergencies. Our course is certified by St. John’s Ambulance and developed in accordance with international guidelines by the International Liaison Committee on Resuscitation (ILCOR).
We offer a wide range of First Aid programs that can help save lives at work, home and play. Every course includes Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) Training. Since our program has been in place, we have trained and recertified over 800 people within the Prince Albert Grand Council.
Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Standard First Aid
The Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Standard First Aid Course is a 13-hour course that develops the skills needed to maintain and manage a casualty until medical help arrives. It covers basic lifesaving skills and introduces the treatment of bleeding and the management of an unconscious casualty.
Standard First Aid with CPR-A
We offer an Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Standard First Aid with CPR-A Course that meets provincial Occupational Health and Safety requirements for an “A” certificate which is required in most workplaces. The course content is covered in 16 hours and it includes procedures for unconsciousness, broken bones, life threatening emergencies and environmental injuries.
Standard First Aid with CPR-B
The Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Standard First Aid with CPR-B is a 17-hour course that adds infant and child resuscitation techniques to all of the topics covered in an OHS Standard First aid and CPR-A class. This course is recommended for people who work with youngsters.
Standard First Aid with CPR-C
The Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Standard First Aid with CPR-C Course focuses on the immediate lifesaving measures that can be taken for an adult who is choking or suffering from a heart episode.
Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) – Level A, B & C
Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) training provides hands on experience using the device on adults. AED/CPR-A ,B and C
Level A course focuses on the immediate lifesaving measures that can be taken for an adult who is choking or suffering from a heart episode. Level B includes procedures for dealing with choking and heart episodes in children and infants and level C course focuses on procedures for assisting adults, infants and children along with two rescuer procedures.
AED/CPR Health Care Provider (HCP)
This course is designed for the Health Care professional. Topics include bag valve mask skills in addition to health care provider standards for the resuscitation of adults, children and infants.
All First Aid certificates are valid for 3 years with CPR/AED training recommended annually. CPR-only courses (Health Care Provider/CPR Level A/B/C).
First Aid and CPR Trainer
851 23rd Street West
Department of Health and Social Development
Prince Albert Grand Council
P.O. Box 1775, Prince Albert, Saskatchewan S6V 5T3, Canada I