First Aid

This fact sheet is intended to give information on the supply and use of an EpiPen® as part of a first aid kit in the motion picture & TV industry. An EpiPen® and EpiPen Jr® Auto-Injectors are for the emergency treatment of life-threatening allergic reactions (anaphylaxis) caused by allergens, exercise, or unknown triggers. EpiPen Fact […]

The purpose of this first aid advisory is to provide information about the drug called naloxone and how the provision of naloxone may fit into an employer’s workplace emergency response plan. WorkSafeBC Link here.

Introducing: Actsafe’s Web-based First Aid Assessment Tool! Now it’s easier than ever to perform an assessment of your work location!  To determine what equipment, facilities and manpower you need to help ensure compliance with WorkSafeBC’s regulations, visit firstaid.actsafe.ca. Have a quick read of the promotional poster below for more information! To read the full document, and […]

This info sheet provides first aid information for personnel working in the motion picture, television, performing arts and live events industries. For establishing the level of first aid required, address each separate work location (production of office, construction shop, studio or locations etc.) and have the appropriate person or supervisor complete the First Aid Assessment […]

Now it’s easier than ever to assess your first aid needs and help ensure compliance with WorkSafeBC’s first aid requirements. Six simple questions provide you with a complete list of equipment and personnel required on your production in an easily shareable and printable document. First-aid assessment tool.  

This WorkSafeBC form is for first aid attendants to assess injured or ill workers. A record of all injuries and manifestations of disease reported or treated must be maintained by the employer. Occupational First Aid Patient Assessment.

This WorkSafeBC First Aid record form must be kept by the employer for three (3) years. This form must be kept at the employer’s workplace. Do NOT submit to WorkSafeBC. To download the full document, and to print, click here (96 kB).    



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