This online 15-Passenger Van Safety course is designed to offer safe van-driving techniques that, if implemented, will drastically reduce the risk of injury or even death when driving a 15-passenger van.
Reasonable Suspicion Testing: What Supervisors Need to Know
This online Supervisor’s Guide to Reasonable Suspicion Testing course teaches supervisors how to detect signs of substance use and provides appropriate actions to take when approaching a driver who is suspected of being under the influence of alcohol or drugs.
This online Accident Procedures: Driver Training Series course is designed to help drivers understand what to do after being involved in (or witnessing) an accident. Specifically, it covers the procedures drivers should follow in order to safely and legally deal with the situation in a short period of time.
This online Accident/Incident Investigation course is designed to help individuals who will be investigating workplace accidents/incidents understand the purpose and process of accident/incident investigation.
This online Aerial Platform course aims to reduce the risks related to straight telescoping, articulating, and scissor lift aerial platforms by teaching you the fundamentals of safe operating procedures.
The training program for safeguarding agricultural machinery for protecting the health and safety of agricultural workers includes elements that will guide farm owners, managers and their workers on understanding the importance and design of machine guarding.
This online Alcohol & Drug Testing: Driver Awareness course provides drivers with information about the Department of Transportation’s (DOT) alcohol & drug testing requirements as they relate to 49 CFR §382.601(b).
This online course offers a well-rounded approach to the basics of electrical safety, and helps increase understanding of the dangers of electricity from both a shock protection and an arc flash point of view.
On completion of the course the AWWOA will issue to the registered member 0.3 CEU’s
This online course is designed to meet the training requirements for powered industrial articulated boom trucks, also known as knuckle boom trucks. It covers the anatomy of the equipment, and emphasizes the importance of daily inspections.
This online Avoiding Rear-End Collisions for Large Vehicles course is designed to provide an understanding of common causes of rear-end collisions and what large vehicles drivers can do to reduce the risk of being involved in one.
Back Roads and Trail Driving aims to help you become a better and safer driver by providing you with the knowledge required to drive on back roads, trails, or other surfaces that are not conventionally paved, whether it be for your work or for leisure.
An OSHA-Compliant training course online for riggers and signalers. I-CAB Recognized. This basic rigger and signaler class covers an introduction to rigging, determining load weight, sling angles and stresses, center of gravity, basic hitches, sling types, lifting hardware, below-the-hook-devices, verbal communication, and hand signals.
Telecommunication services depend on batteries and power plants. The chemical and electrical components of these power sources have the potential to seriously injure, or even kill, workers who handle them. Fortunately, the proper safety precautions offer protection from these hazards. This online Battery Safety for Telecommunications course is designed to provide the information needed to stay safe when working with batteries and power plants.
Workplace injuries are costly. They are also foreseeable and preventable. This online Behaviour-Based Safety course is designed to heighten awareness to at-risk situations and provide the tools necessary to change at-risk behaviours before they cause an injury in the workplace.
Bloodborne Pathogens training for Canada compliance (OHS, CSA.). I-CAB Recognized. This course satisfies the requirements for the classroom training. Quiz questions along the way prepare you for the final written exam. Upon completion, you will be able to print your certificate and a wallet card, as well as a customizable form which can be used by employers as needed to observe the worker's application of the principles discussed during the training.
This online Introduction to the Canada Labour Code – Part II course introduces participants to federal health and safety legislation, and explains the health and safety practices and processes that must be followed in order to comply with the Code’s legal requirements.
CANADIAN HEAVEY TRUCK WEIGHT AND DIMENSION PROGRAM
Fleet Safety International’s North American Cargo Securement Program covers the NSC Standard 10 Cargo Securement, which regulates weights and dimensions of commercial vehicles that traverse provinces and territories.
This online Cannabis Awareness for Employees course provides an understanding of issues regarding cannabis possession and use in the workplace, including applicable laws and rules, testing rights, and the implications and consequences of impairment.
This is an awareness level course and may not meet regulatory training requirements for CPR certification in your area. Please review regulation information by clicking more info below. This online course explains how to recognize the signs of respiratory emergencies, cardiac arrest, and choking emergencies, and teaches how to provide effective CPR, early defibrillation, and abdominal thrusts.
No one likes to be told they are doing something the wrong way. But there are ways you can both give and receive feedback that will make such conversations productive instead of emotional. Take this course to learn best practices for giving and receiving feedback effectively. Ideal learners: managers, supervisors, safety committee members.
Cold stress is the loss of body heat to the environment. Low temperature, wind, and wetness have a combined effect on the body to create cold stress, injuries, and illness. Cold-related disorders such as hypothermia and frostbite can kill or injure workers. Employers and employees should be aware of cold stress hazards, cold-related disorders and how to treat and prevent them.
Compressed gas has many uses in today's work environments, including refrigeration, welding, and heating. This online course provides the information employees need to handle and transport these potentially volatile storage containers.
This course will focus on general safety principles and provide information that will increase your recognition of potential confined spaces, improve your knowledge of safe operations, and keep you and those around you safe.
This online Confined Space Entry and Monitor course defines confined and restricted spaces, explains the hazards associated with them, and provides methods for assessing, eliminating, controlling, and monitoring those hazards.
If one of your co-workers were to pass out in a confined space, are you equipped to rescue him? This online Confined Space Hazards course will help you understand the risks associated with confined spaces and the procedures your employer has in place to protect you and those around you.
Every year, people are injured or killed as a result of improperly entering or working in a confined space. Designed for anyone who works in or around confined spaces, this course and the information it contains might be the difference between life and death.
Conflict is a fact of everyone’s working life. Whenever there are two or more people involved in a project, or sharing the same workplace, conflict is a natural, normal occurrence. Unhealthy conflict focuses on attacking or undermining the person or people involved in the issue. If unhealthy conflict is allowed to exist unchecked in your company, the costs can be huge.
Ethical behaviour is paramount in the construction industry. By maintaining high ethical standards, and being consistent in our practices, we thrive both personally and professionally. The Construction Industry Ethics course has been designed to help you understand ethics as it relates to the construction industry.
This course is designed to teach and familiarize owners, managers, supervisors and project managers with construction contracts and contract law, liabilities and responsibilities of all parties to a contract, compiling and submitting proper extras and claims, and ways and means for leaders to avoid conflict with contracts, owners, trades and labour.
Conflict is defined as any situation where two or more people have differing ideas, approaches, outcomes, or desires. A manager's role is to help employees work through conflicts at their lowest levels, rather than allow them to escalate and impact the department's effectiveness. This presentation provides conflict management solutions for managers of people.
No matter how safe an organisation is or how high-quality its service and products are, there is always room for improvement. Take this training to learn more about the concept of continuous improvement. Ideal learners: managers, supervisors, safety committee members.
Breathing is an act we often take for granted. Sometimes, what we breathe in can harm our bodies and cause lasting damage. That's definitely true of crystalline silica. In this course, you'll learn what it is, where it is, how to avoid exposure and what to do if you are exposed. This course is intended for anyone who works with or around crystalline silica.
The more people watching out for the safety of your company, the better! Take this course to learn how your company can create a culture of early reporting to improve safety performance. Ideal learners include managers, supervisors, safety committee members.
An organisation's people, information, operations and systems are critical assets. Protecting the safety, confidentiality, integrity and availability of these assets is essential to maintaining profitability, compliance, public image and a competitive edge.
Cyber security is everyone’s responsibility. This course will explain what the dangers are and what you can do to help. Ideal learners: all employees.
This online course provides drivers with an understanding of how to properly perform their required inspections, as per National Safety Code compliance, and explains how to address any defects that may be found.
This series of eight training modules presents an introductory health and safety orientation for new and returning workers to the dairy industry, and creates a foundation for more detailed workplace discussions between the workers and supervisors for addressing hazards specific to their dairy farm.
This online Defensive Driving for Small Vehicles (Global) course is designed to explore safe driving practices, what to do before you drive, while you drive and in the event of an accident. Ideal for those who drive cars or small vehicles.
DEFENSIVE DRIVING: 3 DEMERIT REDUCTION PROGRAM (ALBERTA)
This 6 hour online Defensive Driving program is approved by the Alberta Government for removal of 3 demerits points from an Alberta operator’s licence. A minimum mark of 80% must be obtained on the final exam to qualify for the demerit point reduction.
DELIVERY DRIVER SAFETY FOR FOOD SERVICE & DISTRIBUTION
This online Delivery Driver Safety for Food Service & Distribution course is designed to present delivery drivers with proper lifting techniques and good body mechanics to help reduce their risk of injury.
Diversity continues to play an important part in the workplace. As awareness of diversity has spread, its meaning has expanded. It’s become obvious that understanding what diversity means, and why it’s important at work, is just as important to employees as it is to managers.
This course is for front-line employees and those who are often in field environments. In this course, you’ll learn how to mitigate incidents with aggressive dogs, the context for how dogs came to be so intertwined in human civilization, different control methods, and how to respond to dog bite incidents.
Reduce incidences of dog bite encounters by giving your employees the tools and knowledge they need when they need it. This online training program consists of ten 5-6 minute modules with questions and interactive scenarios to help reinforce the training concepts.
This online Driver Fatigue course is designed to explain factors that contribute to driver fatigue, identify signs and symptoms to watch for, and equip you with ways to fight this dangerous and deadly condition.
This online Driving Techniques: Driver Training Series course is designed to help drivers understand the basic driving techniques that will help them develop the skills and attitude necessary to safely operate a commercial motor vehicle.
This course covers the necessary roles and responsibilities of the workplace supervisor or manager. In this course the student will review the rights and responsibilities of workers, supervisors and employers, and learn how to deal with the appropriate provincial health and safety legislation.
This online Due Diligence for Supervisors course is designed to help supervisors meet their obligations for safety in the workplace by defining due diligence and describing what employers and supervisors must do to meet due diligence requirements.
This online Dump Truck Safety course covers the anatomy, stability, maintenance, inspection, hazards, and safe operation of dump trucks. It satisfies OSHA's requirements for the classroom portion of operator safety training.
You are probably exposed to some level of dust in your workplace—dust that could potentially pose a variety of health hazards. If those hazards are significant enough, your employer will require that you use respiratory protection. However, even if the hazards are perceived as minor and protection is not mandated, it is still often advisable to wear a dust mask.
This online Electrical Risk Assessment course focuses on the aspects of hazard identification and risk assessment as outlined in CSA Z462, and the NFPA 70E. The principles and procedures provided in this course are intended for workers who are exposed to hazards associated with the use of electricity.
This online Electrical Safety course provides a well-rounded approach to the basics of electrical safety and helps increase understanding of the dangers of electricity from both a shock protection and arc flash protection point of view.
The use of electricity in today's industry presents many hazards. It is our responsibility to be aware of the hazards associated with energized electrical circuits and circuit parts when performing operations and maintenance tasks. This suite of online electrical safety training courses provides this critical information.
ELECTRICAL SAFETY TRAINING SYSTEM ELECTRICAL WORKER CANADA - 2018 STANDARD
This online course provides information on the electrical hazards of arc flash and shock, including how to identify, analyze, and mitigate hazards with protective control measures, in accordance with the CSA Z462 workplace electrical safety standard.
ELECTRICAL SAFETY TRAINING SYSTEM ELECTRICAL WORKERS USA - 2015 STANDARD
This online course provides information on the electrical hazards of arc flash and shock, including how to identify, analyze, and mitigate hazards with protective control measures, in accordance with the NFPA 70E standard.
This online course is designed to give you an overview of basic electrical safety. It is specifically helpful for individuals who work in the construction industry and have limited familiarity with electrical hazards. It covers regulations 29 CFR §1926.416 and 29 CFR §1926.417.
This online Emergency Maneuvers: Driver Training Series course is designed to help drivers understand the techniques that will help them avoid an accident or incident while operating a commercial motor vehicle.
Covering the basic requirements under OSHA regulations for Exit Routes and Emergency Planning (Part 1910.33), this online course covers the basic requirements for emergency situations in the workplace.
This online Emergency Procedures course covers proper procedures for responding to a wide variety of emergency situations including medical emergencies, fires, natural disasters, explosions, bomb threats, hazardous spills, and acts of violence.
Pipeline companies have a responsibility and obligation to protect the environment when constructing and operating pipelines. A standardized, repeatable and accessible form of training for all workers on pipeline sites is currently not available.
This online Ethics and Code of Conduct course is a powerful exploration of ethical conduct, the benefits of doing the right thing, and practical steps for making ethical and positive choices in the workplace.
This online Exceptional Customer Service course is designed to help you develop the necessary skills and attitude for delivering exceptional customer service and translate them into action on a daily basis.
Our eyes are very fragile, and statistics show that eye injuries occur frequently in the workplace. This online course uses a powerful combination of audio, full-motion video, text, and colourful graphics to explain how to prevent eye injuries.
FALL PREVENTION AND PROTECTION FOR THE TELECOMMUNICATIONS INDUSTRY
Telecommunications field technicians may work in a variety of high settings, such as telecommunications towers, rooftops, and catwalks. This places them at risk for dangerous falls. Fortunately, technicians can use safe practices and tools to prevent falls and minimize the impact of any falls that do occur. This training provides an overview of those practices and tools, including planning for safe work at a height, using fall restraint and fall protection systems correctly, and using ladders properly.
This online Fatigue Management for Supervisors course is specifically designed to assist organizational leaders to understand fatigue, learn how it affects their employees, and evaluate their own organization for fatigue dangers.
This online course explains the nature of fatigue, the extent to which it can affect drivers, and strategies to mitigate and eliminate driving fatigue. The course consists of two separate modules--one for drivers, and one for people in a supervisory role--either of which can be selected at the start of the course.
This online course provides the basic knowledge and skills required to fight a small fire. Topics include types of fires, fire extinguishers, and extinguishing agents; fire extinguisher operation; and firefighting procedures.
This online Fleet Safety course is designed to provide an understanding of effective incidental fleet management. This training will focus on fleet vehicles that generally do not fall under DOT rules and regulations.
This e-learning awareness course provides an introduction to the hazards related to working with pressurized fluids, and provides the learner with knowledge on mitigating these hazard. This course also provides methods of first aid.
This online course helps operators understand the concept of hazard perception as well as sharpen their own hazard perception skills. It helps satisfy the training requirements of OSHA's Powered Industrial Truck Standard (1910.178) and keeps you and your operators in compliance.
This online course is intended for supervisors, managers or chemical specialists who are responsible for health and safety in the workplace. This course covers the new requirements under HAZCOM 2012 29CFR 1910.1200.
GHS FOR SUPERVISORS WITH JUST HAZCOM AND GHS COMPLIANCE MANUAL
This online GHS for Supervisors course with supplemental Just HazCom and GHS Compliance Manual is aimed at supervisors, managers, and chemical specialists who are responsible for OSHA or health and safety in the workplace. This course covers GHS within OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1200.
This online Goal Setting course explains the importance of goal setting to personal success, identifies common challenges faced on the road to achievement, and provides step-by-step strategies for realizing one's personal and professional goals.
This virtually proctored online ABCGA endorsed course is designed for planners, managers, supervisors, and employees who are or will be required to develop, plan, and implement any kind of ground disturbance.
This online course will provide information which is required to properly recognize, assess and control hazards that are associated with the H2S gas. The properties of H2S, the health hazards that are associated with exposure, the detection and monitoring methods, and acceptable exposure limits of H2S will be discussed throughout this course.
Intended for individuals at risk of exposure to hydrogen sulphide in the workplace, this online course provides information to help protect people from exposure, and explains how to deal with H2S-related emergencies.
This course helps learners identify potential hazards in the workplace using various hazard identification tools, with the goal of preventing incidents from occurring. Learners examine the different preventative measures and proactive reporting methods that can be taken to eliminate or reduce the chance of an incident occurring.
This online Hazard Communication course is designed to provide an understanding of the HazCom Standard, the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS), and Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) and chemical labels.
This online Hazard Communication - Labels course is designed to provide an understanding of the basic elements of a label under the GHS and the basic elements to acquire information about a labeled hazardous substance.
This online Hazard Communication course provides important information on safety data sheets, pictograms, potential health effects of hazardous chemicals, and what workers can do to make everyday a safe day at work.
This course familiarizes learners with the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) to help them recognize and identify hazardous materials and provides the general awareness training requirements of 49 CFR 172.704(a)(1).
This course is designed specifically for hazmat employees - that is, anyone who is employed by a hazmat employer and directly affects hazmat transportation safety. This course helps satisfy the function-specific training requirements regarding hazmat loading, unloading, and load segregation.
This course is designed specifically for hazmat employees - that is, anyone who is employed by a hazmat employer and directly affects hazmat transportation safety. This course helps satisfy the function-specific training requirements regarding marking.
This course is designed specifically for hazmat employees - that is, anyone who is employed by a hazmat employer and directly affects hazmat transportation safety. This course helps satisfy the function-specific training requirements regarding packaging.
This course is designed specifically for hazmat employees - that is, anyone who is employed by a hazmat employer and directly affects hazmat transportation safety. This course helps satisfy the function-specific training requirements regarding placarding.
This course is designed specifically for hazmat employees - that is, anyone who is employed by a hazmat employer and directly affects hazmat transportation safety. This course helps satisfy the function-specific training requirements regarding hazmat incident reporting.
This course is designed specifically for hazmat employees - that is, anyone who is employed by a hazmat employer and directly affects hazmat transportation safety. This course helps satisfy the function-specific training requirements regarding shipping papers.
This course is designed specifically for hazmat employees - that is, anyone who is employed by a hazmat employer and directly affects hazmat transportation safety. This course helps satisfy the function-specific training requirements regarding the hazardous materials table.
This online course is continuing education training for workers who have completed a 24- or 40-hour HAZWOPER course. It is updated annually to reflect changes in regulations, and meets regulatory requirements for 8 hours of annual refresher training.
This online HAZWOPER: Confined Space Entry course helps workers understand how to eliminate or reduce potential exposure to hazardous materials in confined space work environments. This course meets the employee training requirements of OSHA's HAZWOPER regulation (29 CFR 1910.120).
HEAD, EYE, & FACE PROTECTION: PPE WORKPLACE SAFETY
This online course provides informative details about personal protective equipment for the head, eyes, and face, including hard hats, safety glasses, safety goggles, face shields, welding goggles, and welding shields.
This online course explains how heat affects the body, details the steps employees can take to prevent heat stress, and teaches elementary first aid that can be given to workers affected by heat-related illness.
Though hydraulic-operated equipment is used in all areas of construction, many workers are unaware of their associated hazards. This online course teaches workers about the hazards involved when working with or around hydraulic equipment.
This industry leading online Hydraulic Safety: High Risk Maintenance Level course provides an understanding of hydraulic energy hazards and controls for workers who repair and maintain hydraulic equipment.
This online course will familiarize learners with the hazards of hydrogen sulfide (H2S), detection methods, and best responses to H2S exposure and release. It helps satisfy the requirements in 29 CFR 1910.1200, 29 CFR 1910.119, and ANSI Z390.1-2006.
This online course familiarizes oil and gas workers with the hazards of hydrogen sulfide (H2S), detection methods, and best responses to H2S exposure and release. It helps satisfy the training requirements in 29 CFR 1910.1200, 29 CFR 1910.119, and ANSI Z390.1-2006.
This online course focuses on how to recognize ergonomic problems and their potential adverse effects in manufacturing, assembly, and warehouse situations, and offers solutions employees can use to address these problems.
This online Industrial Safety Training System (ISTS) orientation course meets BC, Alberta, and Saskatchewan legislative requirements, and introduces workers to the basic principles of hazard recognition, evaluation, and control.
This online Infectious Materials Transportation course is designed to cover regulations that impose classification, packaging, marking, labeling, documentation and other requirements on shippers and carriers.
INTRODUCTION TO BIM (BUILDING INFORMATION MODELING)
This course positions BIM in the context of all phases of construction, illustrating how to maximize BIM as a tool for the entire construction team. You will see how BIM fits into the construction workflow. It introduces the BIM philosophy in design, bidding, construction, commissioning, delivery and as-built stages of construction.
This training program will provide you with the knowledge and skills to visualize the scope and magnitude of a construction project and produce reliable estimates. This is accomplished by reviewing drawings through various phases of a project with the aim of determining the quantity and type of materials required for the project.
This online Joint Health and Safety Committees course is designed to teach workers, supervisors, and management about the benefits, authority, responsibilities, members, and functions of Joint Health and Safety Committees.
All employees who may use ladders need to know how to use them safely to prevent injury or death. This online Ladder Safety training is designed to teach workers about the consequences of unsafe ladder use and how to use each type of ladder safely.
This Leaders in Safety online course is designed to help municipal supervisors understand their role in supporting their health and safety management system. It includes modules on Supervisor’s Role; Hazard Identification, Assessment, and Control; Formal Workplace Inspections; and Accident/Incident Investigation.
Would you stick your hand into a machine and hope no one turns it on? You can guarantee the machine stays off by locking and tagging it out. Failure to lock out machinery before servicing it is a major cause of injury and death.
This online Lockout Tagout course will increase understanding of the key elements of the Lockout Tagout regulation 29CFR 1910.147, Subpart J, Control of Hazardous Energy issued by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA).
This comprehensive online Logout Tagout in the Workplace course covers the steps to correctly lock and tag out equipment, devices used for lockout tagout, and the elimination of potentially fatal hazards through implementation of proper lockout tagout procedures.
This course provides managers, supervisors and foremen with an understanding of how personality contributes to increasing or reducing safety risks in the workplace and how you can tailor your coaching and management style to be a more effective leader in reducing safety incident rates.
MATERIAL HANDLING, STORAGE, USE, & DISPOSAL FOR CONSTRUCTION
This online course is designed to provide you with an introduction to handling materials on the job site, including moving, storing, and disposing of materials. It covers regulations 29 CFR 1926, Subpart H.
This Construction Safety Awareness course was developed by the construction industry as a national course to give you an overview and encourage a general awareness of the health and safety issues you’ll be faced with on any work site in Canada.
This online Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM) course aims to equip workers who may be exposed to NORM with a basic knowledge and understanding of NORM and the Ludlum 3-97 radiation survey meter.
The Fleet Safety International’s North American Cargo Securement Program is based on The NSC Standard 10 Cargo Securement approved by the Council of Ministers Responsible for Transportation and Highway Safety on June 8, 2013.
The Fleet Safety International’s North American Cargo Securement Program is based on The NSC Standard 10 Cargo Securement approved by the Council of Ministers Responsible for Transportation and Highway Safety on June 8, 2013.
This interactive office ergonomics course is designed for employees who spend most of their day working at computer. During this course, you will learn how to minimize the risk of injury at work and at home and improve overall comfort at the work station.
This online OH&S and the Law for Supervisors course offers a comprehensive understanding of the Occupational Health & Safety Act and other key pieces of health and safety legislation for those in supervisory positions within the workplace.
This online Orientation: Train the Trainer course is designed to teach supervisors and management about responsibilities when conducting orientations, how to create a template or trainer’s guide, and how to effectively prepare for orientation sessions.
Personal protective equipment (PPE) protects workers and their livelihood when hazards are present in the workplace. This course teaches employees and their managers how to properly choose, use, and maintain PPE in the workplace.
This course has been designed and developed by the construction industry to address health and safety issues specific to pipeline construction in the oil and gas industry. It is intended to familiarize you, the worker, with how to recognize, assess and control hazards on the work site. It has been designed to complement other safety-related courses offered by the industry.
Duration: 6 hours | Cost: $100 + GST
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Have you ever had a sharp pain in your back? In addition to being painful, back ailments can be debilitating and may prevent you from working. This course helps you understand how the back works and what you can do to prevent back injuries.
This program addresses a crucial issue in the workplace: respect. Respect is reflected in a broad range of behaviour. It’s opposite, disrespectful behaviour, encompasses behaviour that includes racial and sexual harassment, and discrimination. The consequences of disrespectful behaviour for employees and the company can be devastating.
Everyone deserves a respectful workplace, and this program will help you be able to do your part in creating one.
Victims of harassment have well-established rights under federal law and, in many cases, under state and local law, too. And as a Manager or Supervisor, you have an important responsibility to both prevent harassment from taking place and to address it whenever it occurs in your organisation.
In order to meet that responsibility, you need to know what harassment and discrimination are, what laws prohibit discrimination and harassment in the workplace, what you must do to prevent and act upon workplace harassment, and how your organisation's anti-discrimination policy helps you do this. That’s what you’re going to learn in this course.
PROFESSIONAL DRIVER IMPROVEMENT COURSE (PDIC - PROCTORED)
This Professional Driver Improvement Course (PDIC - Proctored) is specifically designed for drivers in the transportation industry as both a refresher on safe driving attitudes and techniques, and an introduction to new safe driving concepts.
This program is Alberta Government approved for 3 demerit reduction upon successful completion of this course with a minimum 80% passing grade. Processing of demerit reduction may take 2-3 weeks.
This Professional Driver Improvement Course (PDIC) is specifically designed for drivers in the transportation industry as both a refresher on safe driving attitudes and techniques, and an introduction to new safe driving concepts.
This program is Alberta Government approved for 3 demerit reduction upon successful completion of this course with a minimum 80% passing grade.
Many consumer and industrial products and applications make use of radiofrequency (RF) energy. RF energy includes radio waves and microwaves, which is used for providing telecommunications, broadcast and other services. Although RF energy has many important uses, it also poses some significant health risks. In this online Radiofrequency Training course students learn about these risks and what can be done to avoid them.
REASONABLE SUSPICION FOR ALCOHOL & SUBSTANCE ABUSE
This online Reasonable Suspicion for Alcohol & Substance Abuse course is designed to to educate people who manage or supervise commercial drivers about how to identify and handle potential drug and alcohol users in the workplace.
This interactive training course applies to all employees who are, or may be, exposed to air contaminants above the permissible exposure limits (PELs) or suggested exposure levels. This course may also be used for respirator use that is required by company policy or that is voluntary.
This online course helps learners recognize and respond to respiratory hazards, including atmospheres immediately dangerous to life or health (IDLH). This course covers the key elements required by OSHA for respiratory protection training.
RESPONDING TO VIOLENT & AGGRESSIVE PATIENTS & OTHERS
This course is essential Training for Professionals in Every Healthcare Workplace
In an action and information-packed 50 minute course with leading expert, Marc Fox, Founder of Defensive systems Inc., healthcare providers and responders learn how to control aggressive and violent behavior in ways that minimize risk to themselves, patients and others.
This exam comprised of 14 chapters is derived from the ASME B30 Standard and is designed to challenge the rigger's knowledge based on the most commonly used hoisting equipment and the requirements of everyday rigging.
Many rigging components are utilized where the rigger does not realize the limitations of the equipment. This exam will aid in identifying common misconceptions and poor rigging practices and will help determine the amount of training the rigger requires.
This online Safe Vehicle Operation course is designed to educate commercial vehicle operators & other trucking personnel about how to avoid accidents caused by speeding, following other vehicles too closely and executing turns incorrectly.
This online Safety Everywhere - Carbon Monoxide course is designed to provide an understanding of the sources of carbon monoxide, symptoms of exposure and prevention. This course is intended for everyone.
This online Safety Everywhere - Staying Safe on Two Wheels course is designed to review some basic safety advice you can use to avoid accidents and injuries. This course is ideal for operators of bicycles & motorized two-wheeled vehicles.
This online Safety Knowledge Evaluation is a 10-part exam designed to evaluate individual knowledge in 10 critical areas of safety. Upon completion of this evaluation, you will be provided a summary report of your results by chapter, identifying areas of particular strength and uncovering areas in need of improvement.
SCISSOR LIFEST IN INDUSTRIAL AND CONSTRUCTION ENVIRONMENTS
This online course introduces workers to scissor lifts, makes them aware of the hazards associated with these lifts, and gives them the information they need to work safely using a scissor lift or working near one.
SEASONAL AGRICULTURAL WORKERS HEALTH AND SAFETY ORIENTATION
This training program will enable those farm owners and managers to train seasonal workers in understanding the basic principles of agricultural health and safety, how to recognize workplace hazards, and the importance and utilization of hazard control systems.
This online Servicing Tires & Rims course is designed to provide a high-level overview of general tire & rim servicing best practices. The intended audience includes anyone who services tires & rims or manages or supervises those who do.
SHIPPING DANGEROUS GOODS BY GROUND: TRANSBORDER (CANADA TO US)
*prerequisite: Shipping by Ground in Canada (TDG)
This program is designed for the shipper of dangerous goods by ground from Canada to the United States under the current reciprocity provisions of the Hazardous Materials regulations of Title 49 of the Code of Federal Regulations.
SHIPPING DANGEROUS GOODS BY GROUND: TRANSBORDER (US TO CANADA)
*prerequisite: Shipping by Ground in the U.S. (49 CFR)
This program is designed for the shipper of dangerous goods by ground from the United States to Canada under the current reciprocity provisions of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations (TDG). The shipper’s overall responsibilities will be reviewed.
This program offers training for preparing compliant shipments of dangerous goods via waterways and will cover transportation of dangerous goods under the current International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code.
This course provides regulatory knowledge on the shipment of lithium batteries using the IATA Dangerous Goods Regulations. The regulations are required to complete this training program. This course will follow ICC’s 7 Steps to Compliance method.
SPILL PREVENTION, CONTROL, AND COUNTERMEASURE PLANS
This online Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure Plans course will help learners identify the cause and effects of spillage and understand regulations and requirements for spill prevention plans.
This online Stormwater Management course will introduce you to stormwater pollution prevention plans and their basic elements, as well as best management practices, good housekeeping, and procedures for fuelling vehicles and equipment.
Every job has its own challenges. As a supervisor, you have the challenge of managing people, and this sets you apart from your employees. So, your toughest challenges are likely those related to your employees.
This course is designed to help new supervisors understand their health and safety roles and responsibilities within the workplace. It also covers the effects of corporate culture on safety systems, and applicable legislation.
This course helps employees understand the dangers of working with scaffolds, and how these risks can be minimized by knowing the correct ways to erect, maintain, and use scaffolding equipment, and helps employers meet their training requirements.
Tasks and corrective actions give you a chance to put everything you learned during inspections and observations to work so that you can improve safety. Take this online course to learn about the important factors that should help you determine appropriate corrective actions and best practices.
This online course for managers, supervisors and employees describes the characteristics of a respectful workplace, demonstrates various types of harassment and bullying, and gives a comprehensive overview of Ontario Bill 168, BC Bill 14 and the Canadian Human Rights Act as they relate to respectful workplace conduct.
This online Towing Trailers course is designed to provide an understanding of how towing a trailer affects the vehicle you are driving and what you can do as a driver to stay safe as you tow your load.
TRANSPORT DE NEIGE CARBONIQYE PAR VÉHICULE ROUTIER ET PAR AVION (CANADA)
Ce programme offre une formation pour l'expédition de neige carbonique (glace sèche) par avion et par véhicule routier en utilisant le Règlement sur le transport des marchandises dangereuses et la Réglementation pour le transport des marchandises dangereuses de l'IATA.
In Canada, federal and provincial and territorial legislation governs the transportation of dangerous goods. Anyone who handles, offers for transport or transports dangerous goods is legally required to have training in the transportation of dangerous goods. Once you have completed this course, you will be better informed about the importance of complying with the regulations for the transportation of dangerous goods.
This awareness-level course provides anyone who may need to use an eyewash or emergency shower with important information including how to spot neglect, resolve potential problems and use eyewashes and emergency showers safely and effectively.
This online Vehicle & Roadside Inspections course is designed to educate commercial vehicle drivers about the importance of vehicle & roadside inspections, and about the items drivers or enforcement officers will check during inspections.
This online Wastewater and Storm Water Management course provides a background on regulations and requirements for wastewater, storm water, and septic systems, as well as identifies components of a typical Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan.
This course enables you to clearly understand what WHMIS is, the changes to WHMIS 1988 after GHS (WHMIS 2015), the importance of each part of WHMIS legislation, how to apply the system to your workplace, and how to work safely with or near controlled/hazardous products.
This course enables the learner to clearly understand what WHMIS is, the importance of each part of the WHMIS legislation, how to apply the system to their workplace, and how to work safely with or near controlled products.
This online WHMIS 2015 course aims to prevent workplace injuries, diseases, and deaths resulting from the storage and use of hazardous products. This course implements the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) standard for hazard classification and communication.
This online WHMIS 2015 and TDG package course provides a comprehensive understanding of both the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (GHS) and regulations for the transportation of dangerous goods within Canada.
This online WHMIS 2015 and 1988 course covers the key elements of WHMIS 2015 and 1988, including WHMIS symbols and pictograms, supplier and workplace labels, material safety data sheets, safety data sheets, and worker training.
This online WHMIS 2015 and TDG course package covers the key elements of WHMIS 2015 and 1988, including pictograms, labels, and safety data sheets, as well as regulations governing the transportation of dangerous goods within Canada.
This program is aimed at the worker or handler of hazardous chemicals. It will introduce the general hazcom requirements under the Hazardous Products Regulations as it relates to the new WHMIS 2015 requirements which incorporated the GHS (Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals.
This online WHMIS 2015 Refresher course serves as refresher training for workers who have already taken WHMIS 2015/GHS training. This course is not a substitute for the full 2-hour WHMIS 2015 course. By implementing the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) standard for hazard classification and communication, this course aims to prevent workplace injuries, diseases, and deaths resulting from the storage and use of hazardous products.
This WHMIS 2015 with GHS online course comprehensively covers all the essential elements of WHMIS 2015. This course is professionally narrated, and includes interactive knowledge checks and quizzes after each module of content presented.
This online Work Alone Awareness course equips you with the information needed to understand laws concerning working alone, teaches you how to recognize unclear and changing work alone situations and outlines practical ways to work alone safely.
This training program will enable participants to identify a confined space; understand the functions of equipment related to confined entry work; conduct a risk assessment; and develop safe entry procedures, thereby protecting themselves, their families and workers while meeting any regulatory requirements that may apply.
Containing mandatory Sexual and Workplace Harassment, Bullying and Violence Prevention training, this online course package covers key elements of Sexual and Workplace Harassment including supervisor responsibilities and employee complaint procedure, plus the steps to prevent many workplace violence incidents.
This online Workplace Violence Awareness and Prevention (US) course offers a well-rounded overview to help prevent violent incidents by making your workforce knowledgeable, watchful, and committed to creating a safe workplace community.
This Canadian online Workplace Violence Prevention course offers a well-rounded approach to prevention of many workplace violence incidents by helping to make a workforce knowledgeable, watchful, and committed to creating a safe workplace community.
This 60 minute DVD is great for safety meetings or training sessions and explores driver attitude with a group of professional bus drivers that can be delivered in 9 short segments less than 10 minutes each.
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