Training

Choose from a wide range of in-class OHS and Safety training courses. Or ask about safety training customized for your worksite.

The Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA) was enacted to expand the government’s mission to offer full accessibility to all disabled Ontarians by 2025.

This program teaches participants how to identify locations where asbestos may be present and find sections of the asbestos regulation that deal with the classification of asbestos work.

Asbestos is classified by the Ministry of Labour as a “designated substance” with its own regulation under the Occupational Health and Safety Act. Regulation 278 is titled “Asbestos on Construction Projects and in Buildings and Repair Operations” and identifies hazard control and the procedures for safe use and handling.

This course will guide participants through all aspects of working in a Confined Space Safely.  The course will prepare participants to safely enter, exit and work in confined spaces. Also, they will be able to perform the roles of non-rescue outside attendant.

This course will guide participants through all aspects of working in a Confined Space Safely.  The course will prepare participants to safely enter, exit and work in confined spaces. Also, they will be able to perform the roles of non-rescue outside attendant.

This course trains participants how to become a safe and efficient forklift operator. It encompasses theory, hands-on operation, knowledge and practical evaluation.

Improper use of a ladder could cause significant injuries. Ladder safety training provide the necessary knowledge and skills required to reduce or eliminate worker injuries.

Lockout Tagout (LOTO) protects a worker by preventing others from turning on equipment or from a release of energy while working on or servicing equipment and machinery.  This course will introduce participants to Lockout Tagout requirement, procedures for affixing appropriate lockout devices or tag out devices to energy isolating devices, and to otherwise disable machines or equipment to prevent unexpected re-energizing, start up or release of stored energy in order to prevent injury to workers.

Mobile Elevating Work Platforms (MEWP) training course will provide operators with the knowledge and skills they will need to operate MEWPs. This course will provide an understanding of the hazards associated with operating aerial lifting devices, the proper inspection and safe operation of the device.  Includes a practical evaluation.

This course will provide workers with the appropriate work practices and workstation set-ups that will reduce ergonomic discomfort and stress associated with repetitive tasks or straining positions, and take effective steps to prevent the onset of Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs).

This course trains participants how to become a safe and efficient crane operator.

It encompasses Classroom training, hands on demonstration of crane operation with emphasis on safe operating procedures and practices, practical evaluation and written test and review.

This course is designed to assist those who work as signallers or as traffic control persons understand the relevant legislation, learn the risks associated with their work, and find out how to manage those risks.

Under the Transportation of Dangerous Good Act and Regulation anyone who handles or transports dangerous goods must be adequately trained and hold a valid training certificate.

This course provides an overview of the responsibilities of employers, consignors, carriers and consignees under the TDG Regulations, as well as the requirements for classifying products, required documentation, the use of safety marks and emergency reporting.

Canadian safety legislation requires that any worker exposed to hazardous materials in the workplace must be trained in the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS).

This WHMIS course is based on the new Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling for chemicals (GHS) which took effect in 2015. It also covers the previous WHMIS system (known as WHMIS 1988).

This course consists of eight (8) modules and a quiz. Once participants pass their quiz, a digital (PDF) certificate is generated. 

Training is self-paced and may be paused or resumed at any time, is fully narrated, and includes interactive exercises to ensure understanding of the course content.

Alternative training methods are also available including instructor-led distance learning, and classroom training.

Employers are required to ensure that hazardous materials are properly labelled, Safety Data Sheets are available, and provide education and training about the products in the workplace.

This course is intended to be completed entirely online, and independently.

This course is an effective and interactive way to keep you and your employees up-to-date with Workplace Violence & Harassment training requirements.

Workplace Violence and Harassment is a critical Health and Safety issue in workplaces across Canada. Employers must develop safe work policies and provide employee training. Employees must understand the workplace violence and harassment policies and work with the employer to prevent or eliminate the risks and hazards.

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