Emergency First Aid
As of September 1, 2018, Red Cross Emergency First Aid is considered equivalent to Occupational First Aid Level 1 for workplace occupational first aid attendants under the Health and Safety Regulations. Some of the added benefits of taking a Red Cross EFA course are: Recognized nationally for workplace requirements. Three-year certification in EFA and CPR with recertification options. Includes Level C CPR (adult, child and infant).
Welcome to ProSafe First Aid Training School
We provide training for employees in industries so they can safely manage workplace emergencies effectively. We also provide basic CPR and first aid training in British Columbia for the general public so they can provide first aid and care for emergencies in the home and community.
ProSafe maintains a high quality of training for all students in a professional and friendly atmosphere.
The courses offered at ProSafe include:
WCB Occupational First Aids Level 1, 2, and 3
(OFA Level 1, 2, and 3)
These courses focus on training employees in industries to confidently and effectively manage workplace emergencies. They range from a basic one day course to more advanced training. Employees are trained to provide first aid for minor and major injuries and trauma that could occur.
Transportation Endorsement (T.E.)
This course is often taken after an Occupational First Aid Level 1 course is completed. The focus of this course is to train students to successfully package and handle patients with traumatic injuries, such as head, neck and spinal injuries.