Debco Safety is adhering to the guidelines set by the Canadian Red Cross and the Heart & Stroke Foundation during this very challenging and difficult time.  As we navigate through this unprecedented health crisis, we want to ensure all participants that your safety remains our top priority.

In order to keep everyone safe, Debco has temporarily suspended “all in-class” courses (our mannequins are self-isolating too).  However, we are offering on-line options.  Blended e-learning options are now available. Info: Blended Online Courses


Recertifications: All Red Cross first aid certifications (which would have expired March through June 30, 2020) will be considered valid 90 days beyond their expiry date.  These certifications will also be accepted for those taking re-certification courses when in-person training resumes. 

Currently Not Certified? For those who are currently not certified, by enrolling in our blended on-line Standard First Aid program, an OHS workplace interim approved certification will be issued without attending in-person training and will be valid for 90 days.  They must take in person training once it resumes.

All Heart & Stroke completion cards expiring between March 2020 through May 2020, will be considered valid for entry into Heart & Stroke renewal courses for the same discipline until July 31, 2020.  Online Basic Life Support courses are now available.  Complete Part 1 online at home to be certified during COVID-19.  Part 2 – Classroom learning will be required once hands-on training safely resumes. 

Click here for more information on how to register for online blended learning and receive your extended or new certification until in-class sessions resume.

Be assured that our sanitizing practices for all equipment pre and post courses, will continue to exceed the expectations of the Red Cross, the Heart & Stroke Foundation and Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) program standards for all of our courses.

Please continue the recommended hygiene practices, to keep you and your family healthy and safe.


Wash Your Hands/Keep Your Distance

Wash Your Hands Often With Soap & Water For 20 Seconds

Contact us for more information on how we can help your staff continue their training and get certified or recertified as we move forward together.