Marine Basic First Aid Course Victoria BC

16 hours
3 years

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This Canadian Red Cross Marine Basic First Aid course is ideal for employees in the marine and fishing industries in British Columbia.

It meets Transport Canada Training Program Standards in Marine First Aid (TP 13008E) as well as federal and provincial regulations for Standard First Aid and CPR.

Skills covered include the ability to recognize an emergency and respond effectively using the following first aid interventions:

  • Personal safety
  • primary & secondary assessments
  • choking management
  • CPR (Adults, Children & Infants)
  • correctly using an AED (Automated External Defibrillators) 
  • controlling deadly bleeding
  • shock management
  • positioning patients
  • bone and joint injuries
  • respiratory problems
  • allergic reactions
  • seizures
  • head & spinal injuries
  • diabetic emergencies
  • cold related injuries
  • burns, scalds and injuries caused by electricity
  • additional specific first aid topics on illness and injuries.

Emphasis is also placed on personal protection including using pocket masks for rescue breathing.The successful completeion of the course will earn a Marine Basic First Aid certificate issued by Transport Canada.

Certificates awarded on successful completion: 
Marine Basic First Aid
CPR Level C / AED

No .  First-Aid manuals will be handed out on course day.



For more information concerning course dates or private group courses please contact Alert First-Aid.