Would you know what to do if a loved one had cardiac arrest? Would you know how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED)? Learn how to recognize and manage these serious medical emergencies and learn how to use AED’s by enrolling in one or two day Ontario WSIB approved first aid and CPR courses in Hamilton. The most experienced, cheapest and highest volume provider of these courses is Hamilton First Aid. Participants learn to manage circulatory, breathing, sudden and environmental emergencies along with the latest CPR and AED rescue techniques when they enrol in standard first aid training. Participants looking to bolster their resumes and can also enrol in workplace safety courses such as H2S awareness, TDG, WHMIS and MSDS. Other available courses include babysitting training, food handling certification and fire safety. Whatever the course you want to register for, you can use the contact information posted below to view the upcoming schedule or register for a course.
You can visit the Hamilton First Aid website through this link. The website features all available classes and schedules, as well as an on-line registration form you can use to complete your registration.
- Telephone Number: 1-888-870-7002
- Email: email@example.com
- Website: www.firstaidcprhamilton.ca
What Are People Saying About Hamilton First Aid?
Lots of reviews are available for viewing through the web and on the Hamilton First Aid website. Check out some of the latest reviews below.
I had a great time in my class. I learned a lot and feel prepared to handle almost any medical emergency. I got my workplace certificate at the end of class and got to keep my book. I checked everywhere, these guys were the cheapest but they definitely did a great job with a great facility
Low prices, great teachers and friendly customer service staff. What’s not to love. Got my certificate that meets my requirements and its valid for 3 years. Will be back for a re-certification before it expires. Thanks for the great course.
Hamilton First Aid provides private courses at the training facility or an instructor can come to you. Incredibly competitive rates are available. This provider has the capacity to provide training to hundreds of staff a day. Use the contact information above to contact this provider to receive a quote or book a course.
Did You Know?
Can a first aid rescuer be sued for giving help?
The fear of getting sued is one of the biggest reasons why people don’t help when it is needed most. As a bystander, when you have no legal duty to help, you are deemed as a Good Samaritan. As a Good Samaritan, you are giving help without being paid and you give help in good faith (meaning that you are helping because you care about the person). As a good Samaritan, you can not be held liable if you abide by the following principles:
- Consent – you must identify yourself as a first aider and get permission to help the injured or ill person before you touch them. If the victim is unconscious it is deemed implied consent.
- Reasonable skill and care – only act according to the level of knowledge and skill that you have.
- Negligence – Use your common sense and make sure your actions are in the casualty’s best interests.
- Abandonment – You must never abandon a victim that is in your care and remain with them until you hand them over to medical help or another first aider or they no longer want your help.
For more information about the Good Samaritan act and who it applies to and which provinces abide to it enrol in St Mark James first aid training.