Be Prepared – Trainers in First Aid Inc.

First Aid Training and Services for the Fraser Valley


We have Emergency Medical Responders/First Responders 3/OFA L3 First Aid Attendants with CPR for all ages for sport and special events. All our Emergency Medical Responders are now certified to use Naloxone (Narcan) as part of their first aid protocols.

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This year the festival is August 10-12 2017 and will feature some of Canada’s hottest bands from the 70’s and 80’s. CREEDENCE CLEARWATER revisited will be the highlight of the weekend.

Our team of highly qualified first aiders will be there to look after any injuries that may occur during the festival.

For all our BBQ lovers, this is the event to be at!  Some of the best ribbers will cook for 3 days and bring you their best! Starting this Friday through to Sunday, great food and great music and family activities, beer garden etc. We will be there to look after injuries if needed – come visit us (even when not injured – just to say hi!) – we are in the ambulance on the field.

Please send us your resume with heading – First Aid Attendant OFA L3 – if you are looking for some part time Attendant work over the summer time and beyond.


Be Prepared – Trainers in First Aid Inc.


The Rotary Club of Port Moody

is proud to announce the return of The Port Moody RibFest presented by The Rotary Club of Port Moody!

JULY 22-24, 2016

Be Prepared – Trainers in First Aid Inc. will be on-site with a medical team to look after all the ribbers and festival customers


Be Prepared will be onsite and sheer the crowds on – come out and support this event – please read below!



You are invited to join athletes, family members, volunteers and supporters of Special Olympics for the 14th annual 2, 4 or 6 km SOBC – North Shore Walkathon on the West Vancouver Seawall on May 28th, 2016.

All funds raised by the Walkathon stay on the North Shore to support new and ongoing sports programs, uniform and equipment purchases, transportation and competition costs. This year’s committee is made up of Miranda Holroyd, Kelly Klein, Melissa Rigatti, Joanne Shand, Heather Shaw and Ralph Stiebel.

Last year we raised over $10,000, please help us meet our goal of $10,000 this year.

If you would like to support us there are many ways to do so:
– join us the day of
– sponsor an athlete
– donate a prize(s)
– ask how to start your own online pledge form
– make a donation

For more information, please e-mail

WHMIS 2015 changes to the OHS Regulation
Effective August 4, 2015, WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System) sections of the OHS Regulation have changed.The changes apply to WHMIS hazard classes and categories, pictograms and labels, and safety data sheets. Roles and responsibilities stay the same.WHMIS 2015 reflects the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) and brings Canada’s system into alignment with the U.S. and other trade partners.

Transition to WHMIS 2015 will take place over several years. There are different implementation periods for employers and suppliers (manufacturers, importers, and distributors).

Take a look at the new upcoming changes in a short video from WorkSafeBC: