info@kitcarecorp.com www.kitcarecorp.com Call us today at 1-800-387-1858 or 416-243-3030 Provincial First Aid Rooms 19 product Codes A1- Kit Care Alberta First Aid Room A1- Kit Care Nova Scotia First Aid Room A1- Kit Care British Columbia First Aid Room A1- Kit Care Prince Edward Island First Aid Room A1- Kit Care British Columbia Dressing Station A1- Kit Care Quebec First Aid Room A1- Kit Care Manitoba First Aid Room A1- Kit Care Saskatchewan First Aid Room A1- Kit Care Newfoundland First Aid Room A1- Kit Care Yukon First Aid Room A1- Kit Care Northwest Territories & Nunavut First Aid Room ALBERTA (SEE PAGE 20 & 21) A FIRST AID ROOM is required when 200 employees are employed in one shift with medium hazard work or 100 workers with high hazard work. BRITISH COLUMBIA (SEE PAGE 20 & 21) A FIRST AID ROOM is required when the workplace is less than 20 minutes from a hospital, has low risk injury and employs 100 or more workers; 76 or more when further than 20 minutes away. It is required when the workplace is less than 20 minutes from a hospital, has moderate risk injury and employs 76 or more workers; 51 or more when further than 20 minutes away. It is also required when the workplace has high risk injury and employs 31 or more workers. A DRESSING STATION is required when the workplace is less than 20 minutes from a hospital, has low risk injury and employs 51 to 100 workers; 51-75 when further than 20 minutes away. It is required when the workplace is less than 20 minutes from a hospital, has moderate risk injury and employs 26 to 75 workers; 16 to 50 when further than 20 minutes away. It is also required when the workplace is less than 20 minutes from a hospital, has high risk injury and employs 16 to 30 workers; 11 to 30 when further than 20 minutes away. MANITOBA (SEE PAGE 20 & 21) A FIRST AID ROOM is required when 100 or more employees are employed in one shift at a workplace where work hazard is anything other than low. NEWFOUNDLAND (SEE PAGE 20 & 21) A FIRST AID ROOM is required when 200 or more employees are employed in one shift. NOVA SCOTIA (SEE PAGE 20 & 21) A FIRST AID ROOM is required when 100 or more employees are employed in one shift, other than at an office workplace. NORTHWEST TERRITORIES & NUNAVUT (SEE PAGE 20 & 21) A FIRST AID ROOM is required when the workplace is distant or isolated and 100 or more employees are employed in one shift. PRINCE EDWARD ISLAND (SEE PAGE 20 & 21) A FIRST AID ROOM is required when 100 or more employees are employed in one shift at a workplace where work hazard is anything other than low. QUEBEC (SEE PAGE 20 & 21) A FIRST AID ROOM is required when further than 30 minutes away from a hospital and 20 or more employees are employed in one shift. It is also required when close to a hospital and 100 or more employees are employed in one shift. SASKATCHEWAN (SEE PAGE 20 & 21) A FIRST AID ROOM is required when further than 30 minutes away from a medical facility and 100 or more employees are employed in one shift. YUKON (SEE PAGE 20 & 21) A FIRST AID ROOM is required in 3 different situations: • The workplace has Class C hazard work, is ‘isolated’ with 100 or more employees are employed per shift. • The workplace has Class B hazard work, is ‘isolated’ with 50 or more employees or is ‘distant’ with 100 or more employees per shift. • The workplace has Class A hazard work, is ‘isolated’ with 20 or more employees or is ‘distant’ with 50 or more employed per shift. Each province has its own regulatory requirements to follow regarding first aid rooms.are determined by various factors. On this page you will find which provinces require a first aid room or dressing station, along with a brief explanation of when it is needed. On page 20 & 21, you will find a detailed listing of the products required to be in these first aid rooms & dressing stations.