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April 28 National Day of Mourning – Don’t be the Reason Someone Lights a Candle

By Safe + Sound | April 28, 2020

The National Day of Mourning, held annually in Canada on April 28, is dedicated to remembering workers who have lost their lives or suffered a work-related injury or illness. Latest Statistics for British Columbia WorkSafeBC report for 2018 shows: 155,753 injuries 190 work-related deaths 50,000 short term disability claims 2.9 million days lost from work…

Need to Renew Your First Aid or CPR Certificate But Can’t Find a Course?

By Safe + Sound | March 24, 2020

You need to renew your first aid or CPR certificate, but there are no courses available due to COVID-19. Now what? We understand that you may need a first aid/CPR certification to apply for a job or course or to continue to work in your current place of employment. COVID-19 has put a stop to…

Winter Driving Safety Tips Canada – FAQ’s

By Safe + Sound | January 13, 2020

Frequently Asked Questions About Winter Driving For more winter driving safety tips, please see the sources listed below and consider taking an online winter driving safety course. Q: What are the three key elements to safe winter driving? A: Stay alert Slow down Stay in control Q: What are some tips for driving in snow?…

Happy Holidays from Safe + Sound, and Thank You!

By Safe + Sound | December 17, 2019

To our dedicated team of highly experienced instructors We see and appreciate how much energy you put into your teaching and professional development. We love how you care for our clients with patience and kindness. To the employers and agency case managers who have trusted us to train their staff and clients We acknowledge you…

Why get staff trained in first aid?

By Safe + Sound | November 6, 2019

There are more advantages than you might think. Most conscientious employers have “Get staff trained in first aid” somewhere on their to-do list. How high up this item appears on the list may depend on their previous experience of accidents and injuries in the workplace or knowledge of the advantages of first aid training. Safety…

Cellular-connected Drones to Deliver Life-saving Emergency Defibrillators

By Safe + Sound | October 2, 2019

Cellular-connected drones will soon be delivering life saving emergency defibrillators (AED’s) to people suffering cardiac arrest.  When medical emergencies occur in traffic clogged cities and remote rural locations, first responders often face challenges in getting to the scene in time. Trials in Renfrew Ontario on Sept. 21-22, 2019 saw drones arriving at least seven minutes…

Canada Soccer chooses Red Cross for first aid services!

By Safe + Sound | September 20, 2019

Canadian Red Cross has just become the Official Supplier to Canada Soccer for first aid services. These services include First Aid Training, First Aid Kits and Automated External Defibrillators. Canada Soccer is the official governing body for soccer in Canada. In partnership with its members, Canada Soccer promotes the growth and development of soccer in…

Group First Aid Training at Your School – FAQ’s

By Safe + Sound | September 10, 2019

Interested in private group First Aid & CPR training at your School? Here are some of the most frequently asked questions we get from Principals and teachers. FAQ’s about Group First Aid Training at School. Q: Which first aid/CPR class do teachers usually take? A: Teachers usually take the one day Red Cross Emergency First…

Red Cross Babysitting Training at your SD43 School – FAQ’s

By Safe + Sound | June 25, 2019

Interested in hosting a Red Cross Babysitting class at your SD43 School? If you’re a teacher or youth worker at an SD43 school, you may like to provide Red Cross Babysitting training for your students. Here are some of the most frequently asked questions we get from teachers and parents: FAQ’s about hosting a Babysitting…

First aid & CPR certification – time to update?

By Safe + Sound | May 30, 2019

Do your staff members need to update their first aid & CPR certifications? Are you responsible for staff safety training at your workplace? Do you find it hard to keep track of who needs training and which staff members have to update their certificates? What gets in the way of having your staff trained? Time?…