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Aviation Occupational Health and Safety Regulations

Version of section 9.5 from 2012-12-07 to 2019-06-24:

  •  (1) If the time required to reach a health unit or a medical treatment facility is two hours or less, the first aid attendant shall have successfully completed a basic first aid course, the elements of which are set out in section 1 of Schedule 1 to this Part, or a first aid course for flight attendants, the elements of which are set out in section 3 of that Schedule.

  • (2) If the time required to reach a health unit or a medical treatment facility is more than two hours, the first aid attendant shall have successfully completed a standard first aid course, the elements of which are set out in section 2 of Schedule 1 to this Part, or a first aid course for flight attendants, the elements of which are set out in section 3 of that Schedule.

  • (3) The employer shall determine, in consultation with the policy committee or, if there is no policy committee, the work place committee or the health and safety representative, the elective lesson elements, if any, of the flight attendant first aid training required on any particular flight, taking into account the likelihood of their use.

  • (4) First aid attendant training courses shall be given by a qualified person who holds a valid certification from an approved organization attesting that they are competent to deliver first aid training.

  • (5) Basic and standard first aid certificates, basic and standard first aid certifications and first aid certifications for flight attendants are valid for a maximum of three years starting on their date of issue.

  • SOR/2012-271, s. 11
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