WILDERNESS FIRST AID

2 day program

This scenario based training will teach students how to treat injuries using readily available materials, then make the decision to transport the casualty or to wait for help.

Course Outline:

  1. How to tell what is wrong
  2. Bleeding
  3. Broken Bones
  4. When/How to rehydrate
  5. And much more

Schedule:

Offered on a DEMAND basis

To register, call the FSSNS office at 902-895-1107.

Goals of the FSSNS

  • Save lives and reduce injuries.
  • Reduce all costs associated with work place accidents.
  • Improve profits.
  • Maintain compliance with regulatory bodies.
  • Manage and establish ownership of industry managed loss control programs.
  • Reduce Workers' Compensation rates.
The Forestry Safety Society of Nova Scotia is registered under the Societies Act of Nova Scotia. It is a separate entity, having a Memorandum of Association and By-Laws. The Society is governed by a Board of Directors, representing all sectors of the forest industry.