Lifesaving Society First Aid awards are offered by thousands of
Affiliate Members across the country, and often used as a First Aid
employment standard. In New Brunswick, the Society's Workplace
Standard First Aid certification is recognized under the
Occupational Health and Safety Act for workplace first aid training
requirements. No water required: use Lifesaving Society first aid
awards to train your non-aquatic staff - playground, camp,
maintenance - as well as the general public.
First Aid Training
Learn to deal with injuries and medical emergencies at
home, work or play. The Lifesaving Society offers three levels
- Basic First Aid
- Emergency First Aid
- Workplace Standard First Aid
The Lifesaving Society also offers:
- Automated External Defibrillation (AED)
- Anaphylaxis Rescuer
Update to CPR and First Aid Guidelines (June 2022)
Every five years, the International Liaison Committee on
Resuscitation (ILCOR) reviews the latest science on first aid and
resuscitation and updates treatment recommendations as necessary.
The Lifesaving Society and its fellow national training agencies
review the recommendations and agree upon a consistent
interpretation and consensus in the guidelines for Canada. Our
current program incorporates these recommendations.
We have updated our programs to include the 2020
recommendations, which are minor and do not affect the Society's
test items or "Must Sees." Importantly, there are no changes to the
resuscitation standards for drowning victims. Your existing
training remains effective in saving lives.
Updated CPR and Resuscitation Guidelines
Canadian First Aid Manual Update (June
First Aid Award Guide Updates 2022
This document outlines the changes made in 2022
to the Society's First Aid Award Guide. No need to
purchase a new award guide. Just download the update and insert it
into your existing book.