Standard First Aid

According to the Occupational Health and Safety First Aid Regulations, section 4. (5) ” Where 15 or more but less than 200 workers are engaged on one shift an employer shall ensure that there is

(a) at least one worker who holds a valid standard first aid certificate unless an officer directs that a higher certificate is necessary…”.

DMC delivers St. John Ambulance First Aid curriculum.

Who Should Attend?

This program is intended for any person that intends to respond to a medical or emergency situation.


Two (2) Days


Roles and Responsibilities of the First Aider
Casualty Management – Unresponsive
Casualty Management – Responsive – Head/Spinal
Artificial Respiration – Adult/Child/Infant
Enhanced Adult/Child Resuscitation
Two Rescuer CRP – Adult
Infant Resuscitation
Severe Bleeding
Medical Conditions
Secondary Survey
Wound Care
Eye Injuries
Bone and Joint Injuries
Chest Injuries
Heat and Cold Injuries
Rescue Carries

Knowledge Based Assessment


3 years