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The courses provided to our clients do not constitute legal or other professional advice or guidance. Nothing included here implies a recommendation by the Canadian Red Cross Society of any course or method of action. Users who intend to take, or refrain from taking, any action based on information contained herein should first consult with their qualified legal counsel or any other appropriate professional advisor.
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Honour Code - The Canadian Red Cross Society trusts in the integrity of the student to observe the honour code. The honour code is based on the assumption that the student will be honest when taking an exam. The student agrees that only he or she will take the exams and complete required exercises and that he or she will not distribute or share exam questions or provide answers to other students enrolled in the course.
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Third Party Curriculum - The following courses offered to the public by the Canadian Red Cross Society (CRCS) within its “First Aid, Swimming and Water Safety” program have been developed and licensed to the CRCS by third parties, as indicated in front of each course: “Transportation of Dangerous Goods” developed by Navigations Canada (NAVCAN) and reviewed by 3rd party auditor Chrim Middleton, CRSP in 2011; “Fire Safety” developed by NAVCAN in 2003; “WHMIS” developed by NAVCAN in 2002; WHMIS Refresher developed by NAVCAN in 2004; “Medical Terminology” developed by Halifax Capital District Health Authority in 2005 and reviewed and updated in 2011; “Lock-out/Tag-out” developed by the Safety Services Nova Scotia (SSNS) in 2004; “Think First Concussion Education for Parents, Coaches, and Players” developed by Think First in 2012; “Transportation of Dangerous Goods – Energy Services” developed by the Canadian Oil Heating Association (COHA) in 2012; “SIMDUT” developed by NAVCAN in 2002; and “Sensibilisation à la sécurité incendie” developed by NAVCAN in 2003.
While the CRCS endeavours to ensure that the third party courses meet the industry standards and legal requirements, the CRCS offers these courses under a license agreement with the third parties, and therefore assumes no legal liability or responsibility for the legal or copyright compliance of any information contained in the materials associated with these courses. In no event shall the CRCS be liable for any special, indirect or consequential damages or any damages whatsoever, whether in an action of contract, negligence or other tortious action, arising out of or in connection with the legal or copyright non-compliance of these third party courses content.
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