Occupational First Aid Level 2 (OFA Level 2) is a 36-hour program (excluding breaks) and is designed to provide lifesaving first aid skills to workers in the industry. Each participant must perform the practical aspects of the course and pass the multiple-choice exam in order to complete the course.
The Occupational First Aid Level 2 course (OFA Level 2) is an intermediate class that is designed for urban first aid attendants typically in larger low-risk workplaces or workers in a high-risk industry that are operating within 20-minute proximity to the nearest hospital.
(OFA Level 2):
Candidates must be at least 16 years of age and be able to understand and perform the first aid skills required to complete the learning tasks. No previous first aid training is required. You DO NOT have to take Occupational First Aid Level 1 (OFA Level 1) before taking Occupational First Aid Level 2 (OFA Level 2).
Primary Care First Aid is an Occupational First Aid Training Agency through WorkSafeBC. Upon successful completion of the course, each participant will receive a fully accredited 3-year certification in Occupational First Aid Level 2 (OFA Level 2).