Red Cross First Aid & CPR Training
Specializing in On-Site Training - Serving Toronto and surrounding communities
We accommodate groups of 4 or fewer students - contact us for details
First Aid & CPR
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Group Training for work
Our Red Cross First Aid and CPR courses meet WSIB requirements in Ontario, and we provide onsite training across Toronto and in surrounding communities. Simply click the REGISTRATION INFO link below and we will contact you with pricing and course details.
What First Aid Training must I provide as an employer in Ontario?
All employers covered by the Workplace Safety and Insurance Act are required to have first aid equipment, facilities and trained workers in all workplaces.
EMERGENCY First Aid & CPR is required for a workplace with 1-5 employees. This program consists of 6.5 hours of instruction
STANDARD First Aid & CPR is required for workplace with more than 5 employees. This program consists of 13 hours of instruction.
Employer Workplace Responsibilities - First Aid Requirements (Regulation 1101) READ MORE...
TODAY'S HEALTH BLOG
Emergency First Aid tips and more!
Stroke - Can NA-1 improve outcome?
A new drug for Stroke patients Called NA-1 is currently undergoing trials in Canada. When administered by a paramedic early enough, it is believed to limit brain damage in a stroke patient.
Once a stroke occurs, almost 2 million brain cells begin to die each minute. Assessing and treating a stroke patient quickly is vital to their recovery. What is a Stroke? How do you recognize it? What can you do?
Help! My child is choking...
Your child is coughing uncontrollably, choking, turning blue. It's every parent's nightmare! The Canadian Paediatric Society reports that choking and strangulation are responsible for almost 40% of unintentional injuries in infants under the age of one in Canada. Do you know what to do?
Are heart attacks different for women?
Most people associate severe chest pain with a heart attack. But is it the same for everyone? You may be surprised to learn that not only can signs and symptoms be different, but what causes a heart attack to occur in women isn't quite the same as it is in men. A recent statement released by the American Heart Association helps to explain how heart attacks can present differently in women than men, and that women are being under-treated. MORE...
Red Cross First Aid and CPR courses teach how to recognize the signs and symptoms of heart attack in both men and women, what actions to take, and how we can help prevent cardiovascular disease. We recommend taking a course with us to learn more!
CPRed.ca - Serving Toronto and Surrounding Communities
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