Aviation Occupational Health and Safety Regulations
9.11 (1) A means of recording first aid that has been rendered shall be readily available to an employee on board an aircraft.
(2) An employee who renders first aid shall
(a) enter in a first aid record the following information:
(i) the full name of the incapacitated employee,
(ii) the date, time and location of the occurrence of the incapacity,
(iii) the date and time that the incapacity was reported to them,
(iv) a brief description of the incapacity,
(v) a brief description of the first aid rendered,
(vi) a brief description of arrangements made for the treatment or transportation of the incapacitated employee, and
(vii) the names of any witnesses, if applicable; and
(b) sign the first aid record beneath the information entered in accordance with paragraph (a).
(3) A copy of each first aid record shall be given to the employer at the first opportunity following the recording of the information.
(4) The employer shall keep the copy of the first aid record containing information entered under subsection (2) for two years starting on the date of that entry.
(5) Persons with access to first aid records shall keep the information contained in the records confidential except as required for the purpose of meeting reporting obligations under Part 10.
(6) On receiving a written request from a provincial workers’ compensation authority or a physician, the employer shall provide an employee with a copy of any first aid record pertaining to the employee’s treatment.
(7) The employer shall maintain a record of the expiry dates of first aid certificates and first aid certifications for first aid attendants and shall make the record readily available to them.
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