A-3.001, r. 10 - First-aid Minimum Standards Regulation

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20.1. (1)  In an establishment in the “Forestry” sector covered by paragraph B of Schedule 1 where 21 to 100 workers are working, a first-aid road vehicle or aircraft complying with the Minimum Standards for First-aid Vehicles described in Schedule 2, and staffed by 2 first-aid vehicle attendants or by one such attendant and one nurse shall be deemed to be an ambulance service within the meaning of subparagraph b of paragraph 1 of section 20 if the employer establishes with the nearest hospital, local community service centre, medical clinic or polyclinic, the following agreed procedures:
(a)  an agreed procedure whereby a doctor may be notified after evaluation of the injured person’s condition by the first-aid vehicle attendant or nurse, the doctor then being required to meet the vehicle; and
(b)  a communications procedure between the first-aid vehicle and the hospital, local community service centre, medical clinic or polyclinic;
(2)  Notwithstanding subsection 1, in an establishment in the “Forestry” sector covered by paragraph B of Schedule 1 where more than 50 workers are working and which is located more than 1 hour by road and under normal conditions from a hospital, a local community service centre, a medical clinic or polyclinic or other emergency medical services, a first-aid road vehicle or aircraft complying with the Minimum Standards for First-aid Vehicles described in Schedule 2, and staffed by 2 first-aid vehicle attendants, one of whom must be a nurse, shall be deemed to be an ambulance service within the meaning of subparagraph b of paragraph 1 of section 20 where the employer establishes with the nearest hospital, local community service centre or medical clinic or polyclinic, the following agreed procedures:
(a)  an agreed procedure whereby a doctor may be notified after evaluation of the injured person’s condition by a first-aid vehicle attendant, the doctor then being required to meet the vehicle; and
(b)  a communications procedure between the first-aid vehicle and the hospital, local community service centre or medical clinic or polyclinic.
O.C. 1798-87, s. 5.