What is online ground disturbance supervisor training?
Ground Disturbance training is required for anyone who excavates or disturbs the ground. This course is certified by the Alberta Common Ground Alliance, and is recognized just like the Global Ground Disturbance Level II course. The online training format is superior, as it is much more visual than the classroom based course, and more convenient as it can be taken whenever you have time.
The Online Ground Disturbance for Supervisors course takes 3 hours to complete, and a certificate will be issued upon successful completion. Certification is valid for 3 years.
What is this online three Demerit Driver Reduction course?
This online 3 Demerit Reduction Course is approved by the Alberta Government for reduction of 3 demerits points from an Alberta operator’s licence. You are able to do this course once every two years. Once completed you will need to register your information online at DriversRegistraton.ca. A government notice‐of‐completion form will be mailed to you within 7 business days. Bring your notice‐of‐completion form together with your online Defensive Driving program certificate of completion to a local registry office in Alberta.
Why is this course important?
This course is important for anyone who wants to clean up their driving record. If you need to drive to work, or for work, this course can keep you on the road. It may also save you money on your insurance.
What is online Daily Trip Inspection Training?
This online driver training course provides instruction on how to perform vehicle inspections that comply with the National Safety Code. While most vehicle inspection courses only list the items that need to be inspected, this course goes further by using professional videos to show truck drivers how to perform required truck inspections. Additionally, this course explains how to react to potential vehicle defects that are found during a vehicle inspection.
Why is this online course important?
Understanding and effectively applying the vehicle inspection concepts explained in this online course will help truck drivers keep their vehicle road safe. National Safety Code states that all drivers of NSC vehicles must complete Pre-Trip Training to be a qualified driver in their fleet.
What will I learn in this Online Hours of Service Training Course?
This online Commercial Vehicle Drivers’ Hours of Service course covers Canada’s Federal Hours of Service regulations. The program looks at fatigue and the human body, together with sleep cycles and the requirements for Sleeper Berths.
Why is this course important?
It is intended to help drivers and carriers understand and increase their compliance with the regulations. It also keeps you safe, by teaching you about sleep cycles and fatigue. Driving can be monotonous and lack of attention for even a split second can have life changing consequences. National Safety Code states that all drivers of NSC vehicles must complete Hours of Service training before driving a commercial vehicle.
WHMIS 1988 & WHMIS 2015
What is this WHMIS 1988 and WHMIS 2015?
Most industrial and commercial workers come into contact with various controlled products as part of their daily job duties. As such they are often responsible for handling, storing, and shipping these substances. As such, they are trained in both the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS 1988) and WHMIS 2015. This 2 in 1 course provides a convenient way for workers to get a certification in both course.
Why is WHMIS 1988and TDG training important?
This course is bundled as both the WHMIS 1988 and WHMIS 2015 for your convenience. The majority of industrial workers require both courses to be compliant, and this package will get you trained.
WHMIS 2015 & TDG TRAINING
What is this WHMIS 2015 and TDG Package?
This course provides students with the latest version of WHMIS and instructs students in the changes that the GHS system has brought into WHMIS. Workers should be trained in both versions of WHMIS until 2018 when WHMIS 2015 will take over. Students are trained in both the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS 2015) and the Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG). This 2 in 1 course provides a convenient way for workers to get a certification in both courses.
Why is WHMIS 2015 and TDG training important?
This course is bundled as both the WHMIS 2015 and TDG course for your convenience. The majority of industrial, transport and even store workers require both courses to be compliant.
REASONABLE SUSPICION FOR SUPERVISORS
Substance abusers cost employers approximately $10,000/year due to absenteeism, low productivity, lost time accidents, and increased health and WCB costs. This online course is designed to help supervisors recognize substance abuse in the workplace before drug and alcohol abuse incurs costs to the employer and becomes a preventable safety incident. After taking this course, learners will have an understanding of:
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. By the end of this course, you will have the knowledge and understanding necessary to answer the following questions:
What hazardous products could I be exposed to?
Where do I find information about the hazards of these products?
How do I protect myself?
What should I do if an incident occurs?
This course is designed to help individuals who will be investigating accidents/incidents understand the purpose and process of accident/incident investigation. It ensures they understand how to recognize and distinguish between immediate (or direct) causes of accidents/incidents and the underlying (or root) causes, and how to develop recommendations for corrective actions to prevent them from recurring. During this course, you’ll learn:
The purpose and benefits of accident/incident investigation
How to prepare for an investigation
How to conduct an investigation
How to recognize and distinguish to between immediate and underlying causes of accidents/incidents
How to develop recommendations for corrective actions
TRANSPORTATION OF DANGEROUS GOODS (TDG)
The Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) Act sets important standards for the movement of harmful materials and chemicals within Canada. These regulations protect the public and all individuals involved in transporting the dangerous goods by defining dangerous goods and setting specific rules for their transport.
This online Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) course covers crucial information pertaining to the legal transportation of dangerous goods on Canadian roads. After completing this course, participants should know the regulations governing the transportation of dangerous goods in Canada; the 9 classifications of dangerous goods; the placards, labels, and accompanying TDG symbols required on vehicles and containers; documentation requirements when transporting dangerous goods; and requirements surrounding appropriate emergency response in the event of an accidental product release or spill.
WILDERNESS & BEAR AWARENESS ONLINE
The biggest danger that people face in outdoor survival situations is being unprepared. Accordingly, this online course, which includes interviews with experts on various aspects of outdoor survival, provides information that will assist you to handle most situations that you may encounter in the outdoors when help isn’t just around the corner.
FALL PROTECTION ONLINE
This online Fall Protection course is designed to provide you with the knowledge to help minimize fall hazards and protect yourself and others from serious injury.
Upon successful completion, you should be able to:
Explain the importance of fall protection
Identify fall protection systems and components
Complete fall protection calculations
Explain fall protection planning and procedures
Alberta legislation was used extensively in the development of this course as Alberta has some of the most rigorous legislative standards in Canada. CSA, ANSI, CEN, and industry standards were also used. Although this course provides employers with a means of fulfilling their OH&S requirements, the course focuses on the safety of individuals working in the field.
H2S COURSE OVERVIEW
Intended for individuals who may be exposed to hydrogen sulphide in the workplace, this course provides information to help protect individuals from exposure and explains how to deal with emergencies involving H2S.
Dangerous properties of H2S - Sources of H2S exposure - Exposure limits - Methods for controlling exposure - PPE - Escape routes - Symptoms of H2S exposure - Emergency action plans and response procedures
Confined spaces are everywhere. They can be found in virtually every industry, but are also as unique as the individuals who enter them. Grain silos, sewers, cargo tanks, holds, engine rooms, storage lockers, crawl spaces, tunnels, access-ways, wells, cellars, culverts, vaults, trenches, even rooms within ordinary buildings are all types of confined spaces.
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. More specifically, we will take a look at the various pieces of equipment necessary for safe entry, exit, and all the work in between.
This CSA and OHS-Compliant Confined Space Awareness (General Industry, Construction, Maritime) course satisfies Canada’s requirements for the classroom portion of operator safety training.