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Turn to EMP Canada for Consistent Accredited OH&S Training for Your Canadian Employees.

Consistently train workers across multiple locations with curriculum-based training programs. By focusing on continuing education built with a strong foundation of adult learning theory and premium content, EMP Canada’s courses get the job done effectively and efficiently. With a comprehensive line of health and safety programs conforming to Canadian federal, provincial, and territorial occupational regulations, EMP Canada has attained accreditations from government agencies, and trade associations across Canada.

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First Aid, CPR, and AED Training You Can Count On.

Take charge of your organization’s overall safety program, including emergency care. EMP Canada
 sets you up for success by training your team in CPR, AED, and first aid, as well as provides instructor training for you at the same time witht he award-winning programs from MEDIC First Aid.

MEDIC First Aid Training programs taught by EMP Canada and their affiliated instructors are recognized throughout Canada by governments, associations, and corporations as meeting regulatory requirements for Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S).

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Safety Training For the Work You Do.

Expand your training centre offerings to include easy-to-teach, easy-to-learn programs with EMP Canada’s ADANAC safety training library. Available in both awareness level (4 hours) and operation level (minimum 8 hours), topics cover many types of equipment, worksites, and job situations.

Additionally, you can receive more courses appropriate for the Canadian workforce through HSI brand family member Summit Training Source that focus on hazard awareness and best safety practices to reduce accidents and incidents. Complete with a DVD, instructor guide, and student guide, programs are awareness level and are intended for instructors to use in the classroom.

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Customized Training Specifically for Canadian Regulations.

Our rigorous quality assurance program helps ensure conformity with federal, provincial, and territorial occupational regulations for occupational first aid training. EMP Canada’s programs have been recognized, endorsed, accepted, or approved by agencies and WCB offices across Canada such as:

  • WorkSafe BC
  • Government of Alberta Human Services Occupational Health and Safety Division
  • Workers Safety Insurance Board of Ontario
  • Human Resource and Social Development Canada under the authority of the Canada Labour Code Part II
  • Emergency Medical Responder (Ambulance Attendant) approved and recognized by the EMA Licensing Branch of British Columbia
  • Advanced Level 3 First Aid course meets and exceeds the WorkSafe BC provincial equivalency criteria for Occupational First Aid Level 3 training
  • Licensing agencies for Emergency Medical Services personnel, child care workers, public health employees, and many others

By meeting multiple provincial regulations, EMP Canada training programs eliminate the need for repeated training for a highly mobile workforce such as oil and gas industry employees who regularly work across provincial boundaries.

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EMP Canada:
Approvals and Recognition

EMP Canada’s programs have been recognized, endorsed, accepted, or approved by the occupational provincial government agencies, WCB offices, and licensing agencies nationwide.

EOCP Training Organization Accredited Course Provider

EMP Canada is a recognized EOCP Training Organization (Environmental Operators Certification Program) and the ADANAC Confined Space Entry, Confined Space Rescue and Fall Protection programs are approved by the EOCP for CEU’s (Continuing Education Units).

Emergency Medical Assistants Licensing Branch of British Columbia Accredited Course Provider

EMP Canada is recognized by the Emergency Medical Assistants Licensing Branch of British Columbia. The CPR Pro - BLS for Healthcare Providers - C, Workplace Level 1, Transportation Endorsement, Advanced Level 2, Advanced Level 3, in addition to the ADANAC Confined Space Entry, Confined Space Rescue, Confined Space Supervisor and Transportation of Dangerous Goods programs are approved for continuing education submissions for Emergency Medical Attendant’s to meet their license maintenance responsibilities.

Gold Seal Accredited Course Provider (Un Fournesseur de Cours Accrédités Sceau d'or)

Gold Seal is a registered mark of the Canadian Construction Association
Le Sceue d'or est une marge enrestrée de l'Association canadienne de la construction

  • Government of Canada - Federal

    Human Resources Social Development Canada

    Canada Labour Code Part II and (COHS) Canadian Occupational Health and Safety Regulation Part XVI

    Certified Educational Institution under the authority of the Income Tax Act.

  • Government of Canada - Provincial

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    • Government of Alberta Human Resources

      Certified Educational Institution under the authority of the Income Tax Act.

    • Workers Compensation Board of British Columbia WorkSafe BC

      Prevention Division Occupational Health & Safety

      British Columbia Ministry of Health and Ministry Responsible for Seniors

      Early Childhood Programs Community Care Facilities

      Adult Care Community Care Facilities

    • WorkPlace Health, Safety & Compensation Commission (WHSCC)

    • Manitoba Family Services and Labour

      Workplace Safety and Health Support Services

      Manitoba Family Services

      Child Day Care

      Manitoba Health and Healthy Living

      Emergency Services Public Health Branch

    • Worksafe NB

      Occupational Health and Safety Regulation

      New Brunswick Health and Community Services

      Provincial Day Care Facilities Standards

    • Workers' Safety and Compensation Commission (WSCC)

      Occupational Health and Safety Division

      Mine Occupational Health and Safety

    • Nova Scotia Department of Labour and Advanced Education

      Day Care Services

    • Workplace Safety & Insurance Board

      Workwell Program Prevention Services Branch

      Ontario Labour

      Mine Occupational Safety and Health

    • Workers Compensation Board of P.E.I.

      Occupational Health and Safety Division

    • Saskatchewan Ministry of Labour and Workplace Safety

      Occupational Health and Safety Division

    • Yukon Workers Compensation Health and Safety Board

      Occupational Health and Safety Division

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MEDIC First Aid
Emergency Care Training Programs

    Lay Rescuer BLS Programs

  • (Level A, B, C) 3:15 to 4:20 Training Hours

    Course Content:

    CPR and AED; emergency care prevention skills such as cardiac arrest, heart attack, stroke, and choking management to the Lay Rescuer guideline. The program is intended to be flexible in content and offers Level A (Adults), or Level B (Infant/Child), or Level C (Adults/Infant/Child) CPR and AED.

    Who Would Benefit:

    This course is designed to prepare the student to manage an infant, child or adult medical emergency. This course is not intended to be used to meet the occupational requirements for childcare facilities.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    Meets the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada CPR, Defibrillation, and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Lay Rescuer Guidelines.

  • 6 Training Hours

    Course Content:

    The Child and Babysitting Safety training program provides training in the business of babysitting, proper supervision, basic care giving skills and responding properly to ill or injured children and infants. This program is designed to focus on supervising, caring for and keeping children and infants safe in babysitting settings. The program is intended to be flexible in content. It can be customized to meet the teaching styles of the instructor and the learning needs of the student. This program may be integrated with Pediatric Emergency First Aid CPR and AED. When integrating skip Section 6 first aid in the Child and Babysitting Safety program deferring to the more extensive First Aid CPR and AED skills of the complete Pediatric Emergency First Aid CPR and AED program.

    Who Would Benefit:

    Responsible adolescents 10 years and up whom want to become babysitters or who are providing babysitting and child care services already. Many experts feel that 14 is generally an appropriate age to begin babysitting, but maturity, responsibility and the ability to react effectively in care of an emergency must always be considered regardless of age.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    There is no law that says what minimum age a person must be before they can babysit, however it is against the law for a person to babysit during school hours that is under the age of 16 without permission from their school principle. Parents have the responsibility to decide how old a babysitter they hire should be and it is their responsibility to hire someone who can look after their children properly. In most cases labour laws do not apply to babysitting on a short term basis but rather to someone who works as a domestic on a regular weekly basis and who would be covered by employment standard.

  • (Level A) - 6:30 Training Hours

    Course Content:

    CPR and breathing emergencies in adults; AED, first aid for bleeding; sudden illness and injury emergency care skills for the occupational first aid provider.

    Who Would Benefit:

    The general public, Canadian business, industry and government agencies with employees that have an occupational requirement to be Emergency First Aid trained.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    Meets provincial, and territorial Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) regulations; Federal Human Resources and Social Development of Canada (HRSDC) Canadian Labour Code; Canadian Occupational Health and Safety (COHS) Regulation.

  • (Level C) - 6:30 Training Hours

    Course Content:

    CPR, and AED for Children, Infants, and Adults training program provides training in CPR, AED, and basic first aid emergency skills.

    Who Would Benefit:

    The general public, individuals who desire or are required to be certified in Pediatric Emergency First Aid, CPR, and AED for children, infants, and adults.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    Meets provincial, and territorial Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) regulations.

  • 13 Training Hours

    Course Content:

    CPR and breathing emergencies, AED; first aid for bleeding; sudden illness and injury emergency care skills for the occupational first aid provider. The program is intended to be flexible in content and offers adult only CPR or may be combined with infant and child CPR and AED skills to create the standard first aid CPR-A or CPR-C option. The intended audience are persons that are occupational required to have first aid knowledge and skills.

    Who Would Benefit:

    The general public, Canadian business, industry and government agencies with employees that have an occupational requirement to be Standard First Aid trained.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    Meets provincial, and territorial Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) regulations; Federal Human Resources and Social Development Canada (HRSDC) Canadian Labour Code; Canadian Occupational Health and Safety (COHS) regulation.

  • 76 Training Hours

    Course Content:

    This 24 hour program helps meet the regulatory requirements in prehospital emergency care beyond the Standard level. It takes the essential skills of patient care to a higher level of assessment. Advanced is a skills intensive course with hands-on practice.

    Who Would Benefit:

    Each province, territory and the federal jurisdiction has its own occupational health and safety regulations. Specific industries have additional industry safety standards and codes that go beyond the OH&S regulations. Mining, forestry, oil and gas companies that operate in remote regions require procedures, equipment and employee training to ensure that adequate safety and care is available to those individuals that are working in remote environments.

  • 76 Training Hours

    Course Content:

    CPR and breathing emergencies in adults; advanced first aid; use of oxygen delivery equipment; AED; packaging and spinal immobilization; primary and secondary assessment skills; record keeping; oral reporting and patient transfer skills for the occupational healthcare provider.

    Who Would Benefit:

    Canadian business, industry and government agencies with employees that have an occupational requirement to be Advanced First Aid trained.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    Meets provincial, and territorial Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) regulations; Federal Human Resources and Social Development Canada(HRSDC) Canadian Labour Code; Canadian Occupational Health and Safety (COHS) regulation.

  • 2:30 Training Hours

    Course Content:

    Specific bloodborne pathogens (HBV / HCV / HIV); disease transmission; employer’s control plan; recognizing exposure; controlling occupational risk; personal protective equipment; immunization; housekeeping; communicating hazards in the workplace.

    Who Would Benefit:

    Healthcare providers, emergency medical services personnel, dentists, nurses, respiratory therapists, fire, police, and first responders that have a duty to respond to emergencies because of job responsibilities or regulatory requirements.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    Meets provincial, and territorial Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) regulations; Federal Human Resources and Social Development Canada (HRSDC) Canadian Labour Code; Canadian Occupational Health and Safety (COHS) regulation.

  • 2:30 Training Hours

    Course Content:

    Offers the benefits and indications for emergency oxygen; emergency oxygen delivery systems; emergency oxygen equipment assembly and disassembly; emergency oxygen use for a breathing and non-breathing patient; and special considerations for oxygen use.

    Who Would Benefit:

    Healthcare providers, emergency medical services personnel, dentists, nurses, respiratory therapists, and first responders that have a duty to respond to emergency situations because of job responsibilities or regulatory requirements.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    Meets provincial, and territorial Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) regulations; Federal Human Resources and Social Development Canada (HRSDC) Canadian Labour Code; Canadian Occupational Health and Safety (COHS) regulation.

  • Healthcare Provider Programs

  • (Level C) - 5 Training Hours

    Course Content:

    CPR and breathing emergencies in adults, infants, and children; AED; first aid for bleeding; and emergency care prevention skills such as cardiac arrest, heart attack, stroke, and choking management to the Lay Rescuer guideline. The program is intended to be flexible in content and offers Level A (Adults), or Level B (Infant/Child), or Level C (Adults/Infant/Child) CPR and AED.

    Who Would Benefit:

    Healthcare providers, emergency medical services personnel, dentists, nurses, respiratory therapists, firefighters, lifeguards, correctional and police officers, industrial response team, and first responders that have a duty to respond to a cardiac emergency based on job responsibilities or regulatory requirements.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    Meets the Heart and Stroke Foundation of Canada CPR, Defibrillation, and Emergency Cardiovascular Care Healthcare Provider Guidelines.

  • 165 Training Hours

    To become registered as an EMR, provincial licensing boards require successful applicants of an approved program to complete a provincial written and practical examination.

    Course Content:

    Skills intensive practice and scenario situations to develop proficiency with the equipment and patient assessment skills that are part of the national occupational competency profile (NOCP) for an EMR as published by the Paramedic Association of Canada.

    Who Would Benefit:

    The Emergency Medical Responder curriculum is training in pre-hospital emergency care, beyond the Advanced level, to meet the needs for occupational emergency response companies, urban EMS personnel, rural EMS ambulance services personnel, fire and police first responders that have a duty to respond to emergency situations because of job responsibilities or regulatory requirements.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    Meets requirements to allow candidates to sit provincial licensing examinations in British Columbia at the Emergency Medical Attendants Licensing Board (EMALB).

  • WorkSafeBC Workplace Programs

  • 7 Training Hours

    Course Content:

    CPR and breathing emergencies in adults; first aid for bleeding; sudden illness and injury emergency care skills for the occupational first aid provider.

    Who Would Benefit:

    B.C. provincial business, industry and government agencies with employees that have an occupational requirement to be Level 1 (Emergency) First Aid trained.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    Meets British Columbia Occupational Health and Safety regulations (OH&S) administered through WorkSafe BC.

  • 40 Training Hours

    Course Content:

    CPR and breathing emergencies in adults; advanced first aid; use of oxygen equipment; AED; primary and secondary assessment skills; first aid for bleeding; sudden illness and minor injury; return to work protocols and record keeping for the occupational healthcare provider.

    Who Would Benefit:

    B.C. provincial business, industry and government agencies with employees that have an occupational requirement to be Level 2 First Aid trained.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    Meets British Columbia Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) regulations administered through WorkSafe BC.

  • 100 Training Hours

    Course Content:

    CPR and breathing emergencies in adults; advanced first aid; use of oxygen delivery equipment; AED; primary and secondary assessment skills; first aid for bleeding; sudden illness and injury; rapid transport protocols; medical aid protocols; return to work protocols; packaging and spinal immobilization; record keeping; oral reporting and patient transfer skills for the occupational healthcare provider.

    Who Would Benefit:

    B.C. provincial business, industry and government agencies with employees that have an occupational requirement to be Advanced Level 3 Advanced First Aid trained.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    Meets British Columbia Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) regulations administered through WorkSafe BC; provincial, and territorial Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) regulations; Human Resources and Social Development Canada (HRSDC) Canadian Labour Code; Canadian Occupational Health and Safety (COHS) regulation.

  • 7 Training Hours

    This is not a stand-alone program. It is intended to be provided in conjunction with Level 1 First Aid training for British Columbia Provincial workplaces.

    Course Content:

    Supplemental emergency care skills for the occupational level 1 first aid provider in the use of equipment needed for packaging patients due to a major mechanism of injury requiring spinal immobilization.

    Who Would Benefit:

    B.C. provincial business, industry and government agencies with employees that have an occupational requirement for a Transportation Endorsement in conjunction with Level 1 first aid training.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    Meets British Columbia Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) regulations administered through WorkSafe BC.

ADANAC & Summit Training Source
Safety Training Programs

    ADANAC Safety Training Programs
    Awareness & Operational Level Training

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level | 8 Hour - Operations Level

    Course Content:

    The Confined Space Entry program teaches the information every employee needs to know in order to avoid accidental exposure to danger when performing work related tasks.

    Who Would Benefit:

    Our workplace integrated Confined Space Entry training programs has been designed for those with an occupational requirement to be trained to safely undertake work in confined spaces.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    The program is designed to protect the health and safety of workers at the jobsite, developed in accordance with the requirements of the OH&S and COHS regulations.

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level | 8 Hour - Operations Level

    Course Content:

    The Confined Space Entry Supervisor program teaches the information every leader needs to know in order to keep employees from accidental exposure to danger when performing work related tasks.

    Who Would Benefit:

    Our workplace integrated Confined Space Entry supervisor training programs has been designed for those with an occupational requirement to be trained to safely undertake work as a supervisor of confined space entry.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    The program is designed to protect the health and safety of workers at the jobsite, developed in accordance with the requirements of the OH&S and COHS regulations.

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level | 3 Day - Operations Level

    Course Content:

    The Confined Space Rescue program teaches the information every industrial rescue team employee needs to know in order to avoid accidental exposure to hazards when performing rescue related tasks.

    Who Would Benefit:

    Our workplace integrated Confined Space Rescue training programs has been designed for those with an occupational requirement to be trained as confined space rescue team members.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    The program is designed to protect the health and safety of workers at the jobsite, developed in accordance with the requirements of the OH&S and COHS regulations.

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level

    Course Content:

    The Incident Management System (IMS) program teaches employees how to work hand in hand with emergency responding agencies when unexpected events occur. The information contained within the IMS program includes prevention, planning, preparation, training and communication skills that will help ensure all procedures are clearly mapped out to protect the safety of employees, to protect the public, to minimize damage to property and the environment before an incident takes place.

    Who Would Benefit:

    The IMS is a companywide set of plans, procedures and actions that will help every employee prepare for and respond to all kinds of workplace incidents. Well trained personnel, effective communications and continuous practice will assist in minimizing the damage that can result from incidents in the workplace.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    The Incident Management System (IMS) program also referred to as Incident Command System (ICS) has been developed in accordance with NFPA 1561 (National Fire Protection Association) standard on Emergency Services Incident Management Systems. IMS/ICS has its origins in the USA and has been adopted by many municipal and provincial emergency management agencies across Canada.

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level | 8 Hour - Operations Level

    Course Content:

    The Fall Protection program teaches the information every employee needs to know in order to complete work-related tasks that expose them to danger when working at heights.

    Who Would Benefit:

    Our workplace integrated Fall Protection training programs has been designed for those with an occupational requirement to be trained to safely undertake work at heights.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    The program is designed to protect the health and safety of workers at the jobsite, developed in accordance with the requirements of the OH&S and COHS regulations.

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level | 8 Hour - Operations Level

    Course Content:

    This Fire Warden and Extinguisher training program will provide important skills to help minimize the chances of accidental fire.

    Who Would Benefit:

    This training program is for employees who could reasonably expect to come into contact with any fire hazard in the course of their employment.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    As a requirement of the provincial fire codes, property owners, corporations controlling properties and property managers of large buildings or large complexes are obligated to implement a fire safety plan and establish a fire warden system.

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level

    Course Content:

    This integrated Ground Disturbance training program teaches the information every employee needs to know to avoid hazards and to safely undertake ground disturbance work.

    Who Would Benefit:

    This training program is for any employee who may be expected to complete work-related tasks that expose them to danger when working in or adjacent to an area to be excavated.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    This program will create an understanding of the statutory requirements of the Federal COHS, Provincial and Territorial OH&S Legislations.

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level | 8 Hour - Operations Level

    Course Content:

    This Elevated Work Platform Operator training program teaches the information every employee needs to know in order to protect their health and safety when working around the more than 1.5 million elevating work platforms used in the world today.

    Who Would Benefit:

    This training program is designed to protect the health and safety of workers at the jobsite who could reasonably expect to undertake work activities that involve the operation of an elevated work platform.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    This program will create an understanding of the statutory requirements of the Federal COHS, Provincial and Territorial OH&S Legislations.

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level | 8 Hour - Operations Level

    Course Content:

    This Forklift Operator training program teaches the information every employee needs to know in order to protect their health and safety when operating or working around a forklift.

    Who Would Benefit:

    Our workplace integrated Forklift Operator training program has been designed for those with an occupational requirement to be trained to safely undertake work activities that involve the operation of a lift truck.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    This safety program is developed in accordance with CSA standards and the requirements of OH&S and COHS regulations.

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level | 8 Hour - Operations Level

    Course Content:

    This Telehandler Operator training program teaches the information every employee needs to know in order to avoid accidental exposure to danger when performing work related tasks.

    Who Would Benefit:

    Our workplace integrated Telehandler Forklift Operator training program has been designed for those with an occupational requirement to be trained to safely undertake work activities that involve the operation of a telehandler forklift.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    This program will create an understanding of the statutory requirements and has been developed in accordance with CSA standards and the requirements of OH&S and COHS regulations.

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level | 8 Hour - Operations Level

    Course Content:

    This Skid-Steer Loader Operator training program teaches the information every employee needs to know in order to avoid risks when operating or working around a skid-steer loader.

    Who Would Benefit:

    Our workplace integrated Skid-Steer Loader Operator training program has been designed for those with an occupational requirement to be trained to safely undertake work activities that involve the operation of a Skid-Steer Loader.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    This program has been designed to protect the health and safety of workers in accordance with CSA standards and the requirements of OH&S and COHS regulations.

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level

    Course Content:

    This Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) program teaches you the core knowledge to better understand the transportation of dangerous goods regulation (Clear Language Edition), the reporting procedures for accidental spill or leaks, and your responsibilities in the role of a shipper, handler or transport driver.

    Who Would Benefit:

    This TDG program is for any employee who may be expected to implement the TDG system.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    This program has been designed to help prevent incidents from happening and to protect the public if there is a spill or leak in accordance with the transport of dangerous goods regulations.

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level | 8 Hour - Operations Level

    Course Content:

    This ATV operator training program teaches the information every employee needs to know in order to protect their health and safety when operating or working around an all terrain vehicle.

    Who Would Benefit:

    Our workplace integrated ATV Operator training program has been designed for those with an occupational requirement to be trained to safely undertake work activities that involve the operation of an ATV.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    This safety program is developed in accordance with CSA standards and the requirements of OH&S and COHS regulations.

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level | 8 Hour - Operations Level

    Course Content:

    This UTV operator training program teaches the information every employee needs to know in order to protect their health and safety when operating or working around a utility transport vehicle.

    Who Would Benefit:

    Our workplace integrated UTV Operator training program has been designed for those with an occupational requirement to be trained to safely undertake work activities that involve the operation of a UTV.

    Regulations and Guidelines:

    This safety program is developed in accordance with CSA standards and the requirements of OH&S and COHS regulations.

  • Summit Training Source Programs
    Awareness Level Training

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level

    On a construction site, the work environment, climate, equipment, personnel, and conditions are in a continuous state of change. These variables can cause accidents and injuries if proper awareness and respect of the hazards and best safety practices are not strictly followed. Safety is part of your job. An accident-free work environment is not a goal, it is an expectation. Safety is everyone’s responsibility. Accident prevention requires making safety a part of every task you perform.

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level

    Hydrogen sulfide is an extremely toxic, colourless, flammable gas with a characteristic “rotten egg” smell when present in low concentrations. Hydrogen sulfide is a liquid when stored at low temperature or high pressure. It turns rapidly into a gas at room temperature and under normal pressure conditions. Hydrogen sulfide, or H2S, occurs naturally in crude petroleum, natural gas, volcanic gases and hot springs. It can also result from bacterial breakdown of organic matter, as well as being produced by human and animal wastes.

    Hydrogen sulfide is used in processing many different types of products. For example, in the Pulp and Paper industry, it is used as a whitening agent for paper products. Hydrogen sulfide is also a by-product of petroleum production and occurs naturally in crude oil. It may be present in petroleum production facilities or in petrochemical operations. It may also be present at natural gas wells or in natural gas pipelines. Hydrogen sulfide may also be released during wastewater treatment and during landfill operations.

    By implementing the safety guidelines in this guide, you can avoid injury and work safely with and around hydrogen sulfide.

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level

    Ladders provide an easy, convenient way to achieve additional height when a worker must perform routine or minor tasks off the ground. Too often, however, injuries occur when the risks involved with using a ladder are forgotten or unknown.

    There are many factors to consider before selecting a ladder and using it to perform tasks. Knowing safe work practices and respecting the hazards associated with using a ladder can help prevent a serious incident from occurring. Just remember, when it comes to selecting and using the appropriate ladder for your tasks, every step counts.

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level

    The work you perform each day can be dangerous and demanding. Your role in keeping equipment running is important to maintain your company’s level of productivity. In addition, your knowledge and training in proper lockout/tagout procedures is vital to keep you and your co-workers safe. As an authorized employee you have made a commitment to follow these procedures and try to correct any hazards that may arise. Every day you encounter machines that contain potentially hazardous energy. It is your job to follow your facility’s energy control program to keep you as well as affected and other employees safe from these dangers.

    Your life and that of your co-workers depends on your level of awareness and training when working around or repairing industrial machinery.

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level

    No matter what activity we may be attempting, we rely on the foundation we are standing on or the chair we are sitting in to support our weight. Surpassing the weight capacity of either can cause a fall and serious injury. The same is true when stacking pallets and skids.

    An employee must be aware of the weight restrictions and which type of pallets and skids should be used for specific loads. Through the proper knowledge and the ability to recognize potential hazards associated with pallets and skids, employees can avoid a catastrophic event that could cause injury and/or loss of product.

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level

    Operating a pendant controlled crane is a big responsibility. The operator is in control of the movement of thousands of pounds around equipment and co-workers. Improper use of a pendant controlled crane can have serious consequences, including injuries to co-workers, property damage, increased crane maintenance and even the possibility of deaths occurring. Cranes should only be operated by trained, authorized personnel. This course provides a general introduction to the safe operation of pendant controlled cranes.

    Operating a pendant controlled crane takes skill and concentration. With knowledge and the proper training, it can be done in a safe manner that eliminates the potential for incidents.

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level

    Pipelines are the primary means of transporting natural gas and oil products across the continent. Many companies and organizations, including the petroleum, natural gas and chemical industries rely on pipelines to connect refineries, processing plants, distribution sites and customers with vital oil, gas and chemicals. Almost every house and commercial building relies on pipelines to receive heating fuel, water and gas.

    Keeping this network running smoothly is important to everyone who turns up a thermostat, switches on a boiler, or starts a car. Your ability to work safely, while protecting the environment, is the key to the safe and efficient operation of the pipeline. Pipeline incidents can be devastating, putting at risk people and the environment. Pipeline workers need to understand and be aware of potential hazards and take measures to prevent incidents and accidents. The individual safety training topics involved are many and vary from excavation safety, to personal protective equipment, to welding, to ergonomics. Preventing accidents and protecting your health, as well as exercising proper stewardship of the environment, is our primary concern. Your personal commitment to these goals and a strict compliance with established procedures and practices are required.

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level

    Most people take for granted that the air they breathe is clean and safe. However, certain situations can cause air to become hazardous to health and safety. Some people may work around these types of situations on a daily basis and need proper protection to keep them safe. It is important for employees who may be exposed to these potentially hazardous environments to know what type of respirator is needed for their situation. They must know how to choose the correct respirator, as well as how to properly use and maintain it. Using best practices will help ensure the safety of all employees working with respirators.

    When a worker does not take precautions against these hazards, acute or chronic illnesses involving the respiratory and cardiovascular systems can develop.

    After potential respiratory hazards are identified, engineering controls are used to remove or eliminate these hazards. As part of compliance with OH&S regulations, your workplace must develop a written respiratory protection plan.

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level

    In industry, when large heavy loads need to be moved by crane or hoist, rigging is used to hold the load securely. Rigging a load is more complex than many workers realize, it’s a specialized skill that requires training.

    By understanding pre-planning procedures, inspection requirements and best work practices a qualified rigger can significantly reduce the risks and create a safer work environment for everyone involved.

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level

    The Scaffolding Safety series is designed to provide a general introduction to the safety requirements for constructing and working on scaffolds. The safety of employees who perform these activities depends on the integrity of the scaffold system that has been erected and closely following safe work practices.

  • 4 Hour - Awareness Level

    Tasks you perform each day may seem harmless, but even the smallest task can present some kind of danger if precautions are not taken.

    The way you handle materials during your tasks can have a huge impact on your safety. Always follow best safety practices and wear the appropriate Personal Protective Equipment required for each task to help reduce the risk of injury.

    As part of warehouse safety, you are around or use forklifts and other motorized vehicles each day. It is important you know how dangerous each one can be to you and your co-workers. Take precautions before beginning each task involving these items and only use them for their intended purpose. Preparing yourself for potential hazards in your workplace will give you a “heads up” to warehouse safety and ensure a safe and healthy work environment.

Awareness Level training is a didactic lecture and requires four hours. Awareness level is designed to provide the student with general knowledge and the ability to recognize hazards and maintain personal safety.

Operation Level training requires a minimum eight hours. Operation level training will expand on awareness training and include procedures that will help mitigate emergencies. Operation level programs will include hands on practice sessions.

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