First-aid course

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OFA Level 2

In BC, workplace first aid attendants must have a certificate that's recognized by WorkSafeBC. There are three levels of occupational first aid (OFA). The level of first aid services required for a workplace depends on teh number of workers, distance to medical aid, and industry hazard rating.

Occupational First Aid (OFA) Level 2 is an intermediate level first aid training and certification course designed for urban first aid attendants. This course is typically needed for larger low risk workplaces or higher risk workplaces within 20 minutes surface travel time to a hospital.

This course includes topics like facial injuries, partial blocked airways, electric shock, falls, internal bleeding, fractures, abdominal and chest injuries, hypoxic head injuries, facial burns, head trauma, multiple injuries, massive bleeding and chest pain.

Full Course Length: 35 Hours
Recertification: 14 Hours

Schedule and Online registration for Victoria (Richmond School) B.C.

Click here to view the the skills we will be working on in your WCB level 2 First Aid course
Click here to view the the OFA patient assessment form
Click here to view the the WCB OFA level 2 deliberate practice document. If you want to see the first aid skill we will be working on and practice before class this will be helpful.
Click here to view the Occupational First Aid Level 2 (OFA 2) Reference and Training Manual

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This WorkSafeBC Occupational First Aid Level 2 Course provides the training an Occupational First Aid Level 2 Attendant needs to provide first aid to:

- Shifts of 51-200 workers in a workplace with a low risk of injury and that is 20 minutes or less surface travel time away from a hospital 

- Shifts of 101 or more workers in a workplace with a low risk of injury and that is 20 minutes or less surface travel time away from a hospital 

- Shifts of 26-75 workers in a workplace with a moderate risk of injury and that is 20 minutes or less surface travel time away from a hospital 

- Shifts of 76 or more workers in a workplace with a moderate risk of injury and that is 20 minutes or less surface travel time away from a hospital 

- Shifts of 16-30 workers in a workplace with a high risk of injury and that is 20 minutes or less surface travel time away from a hospital 

- Shifts of 30 or more workers in a workplace with a high risk of injury and that is 20 minutes or less surface travel time away from a hospital

For more information, please see Schedule 3-A Minimum Levels of First Aid on the WorkSafeBC website. If you are not sure of your workplace's hazard rating, please view the Assigned Hazard Rating List.