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Alberta Regulations

Alberta Regulations - Workplace Kits
Low Hazard Classification Work Site Schedule*

Number of Workers at Work Site per ShiftClose Work SiteDistant Work SiteIsolated Work Site
1Type P KitType P KitType P Kit
2-9

No. 1 Kit

1 Emergency First Aid
No. 2 Kit

1 Standard First Aid
No. 2 Kit

10-491 Emergency First Aid
No. 1 Kit
1 Emergency First Aid
No. 2 Kit

1 Standard First Aid
No. 2 Kit

50-99

1 Emergency First Aid
1 standard first aider
No. 2 Kit

1 Emergency First Aid
1 standard first aider
No. 2 Kit

2 Standard First Aid
No. 2 Kit

100-1991 Emergency First Aid
2 Standard First Aid
No. 3 Kit, designated
area for first aid services
1 Emergency First Aid
2 Standard First Aid
No. 3 Kit, designated area 
for first aid services, 
3 blankets, stretcher and splints

3 Standard First Aid
No. 3 Kit, designated area for 
first aid services, 3 blankets, 
stretcher and splints

200 or more1 Emergency First Aid
2 Standard First Aid plus
1 Standard First Aid for
every additional
increment of 1 to 100
workers
No. 3 Kit, designated
area for first aid services
1 Emergency First Aid
2 Standard First Aid plus
1 Standard First Aid for 
every additional increment 
of 1 to 100 workers
No. 3 Kit, designated area
for first aid services, 3 blankets, stretcher and splints
3 Standard First Aid plus
1 Standard First Aid for every 
additional increment of 1 to 100 workers
No. 3 Kit, designated area
for first aid services, 3 blankets, stretcher and splints

Note: Number of firstaiders indicated is for a shift at all times.

* Alberta regulations categorize industries in the province into three different hazard classifications (low, medium and high). For further detailed information, please contact your provincial council office for St. John Ambulance or our National Office.

The information provided is intended to represent a summary of the minimum provincial first aid regulations guidelines. It is not intended to replace the regulations as set by provincial Occupational Health and Safety Boards and/or legislative bodies. It is the responsibility of the user to know the respective Act(s) and/or regulations and/or legislation for the work place within the respective province