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STANDARD FIRST AID & CPR

Duration: 14–16 hours. Flexible scheduling options.

Comprehensive two-day course offering first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for those who need training due to work requirements or who want more knowledge to respond to emergencies at home. Includes the latest first aid and CPR guidelines.

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EMERGENCY STANDARD FIRST AID & CPR

Duration: 6.5–8 hours (7–9 hours in Ontario). Flexible scheduling options.

Basic one-day course offering an overview of first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for the workplace or home. Includes the latest first aid and CPR guidelines. Meets OHS regulations for Basic First Aid. Exceeds competitors’ standards by including injury prevention content, CPR and AED.

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WORKING AT HEIGHTS (MOL APPROVED)

The Working at Heights Training Program Standard has a modular format to allow for core theory training to be completed separately from practical training elements. There are two modules: Working at Heights Basic Theory and Working at Heights Practical Equipment.

Course Overview and Scope:

    Working at Heights Basic Theory Module:
  • Rights and responsibilities related to working at heights under the Occupational Health and Safety Act
  • General hazard recognition for working at heights
  • Hierarchy of controls
  • Safety procedures for warning methods and physical barriers
  • Safety procedures for ladders and similar equipment
  • An introduction to personal fall protection equipment
    Working at Heights Practical Equipment Module:
  • Barriers and safety nets
  • Personal fall protection equipment
  • Anchor points
  • Work positioning systems, work access and platforms
  • Rescue planning
  • An introduction to personal fall protection equipment

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WHMIS 1988/GHS 2015

Course Overview and Scope:

  • Responsibilities of Employers, Supervisors, Workers and Suppliers
  • Recognizing, Assessing, Controlling Risks as well as Evaluating the effectiveness of controls
  • Understand labels WHMIS 1988 – 2015
  • Recognize the WHMIS 1988 – 2015 pictograms (symbols) and understand the hazards that they represent
  • Identify the hazards represented by each hazard class
  • Understand the significance of signal words – WHMIS 2015
  • Find additional information about hazards and protective measures on [material] safety data sheets ([M]SDSs)
  • WHMIS 2015 differences:
  • new rules for classifying hazardous workplace chemicals
  • two main hazard classes – physical hazards and health hazards
  • new label requirements, including pictograms instead of symbols that correspond to hazard classes; and,
  • a different format for safety data sheets

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ASBESTOS TYPE 3 ABATEMENTE WORKER (MTCU 253W) COURSE

This course is intended for those who will perform Type 3 asbestos work operations. The course content follows the curriculum set by the Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities (MTCU) for the Type 3 Asbestos Abatement Worker Training Program (AAW 253W) to prepare the participants to write the AAW 253W exam.

Course Overview and Scope:

  • Uses and common types of asbestos-containing materials (ACM) in buildings
  • Health effects of asbestos exposure
  • Ministry of Labour Regulation 278/05
  • Regulatory requirements for asbestos waste transportation and disposal
  • Other provincial health & safety legislation relevant to Type 3 asbestos work
  • Other hazards in Type 3 asbestos work
  • Measures & procedures, personal protective equipment, and decontamination (hygiene) practices for Type 3 asbestos work

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ASBESTOR TYPE 3 ABATEMENT SUPERVISOR (MTCU 253S) COURSE

This course is intended for those who will be supervisors in Type 3 asbestos work operations. The course content follows the curriculum set by the Ministry of Training Colleges and Universities (MTCU) for the Type 3 Asbestos Abatement Supervisor Training Program (AAS 253S) to prepare the participants to write the AAS 253S exam.

Course Overview and Scope:

  • Regulatory knowledge required by a Type 3 supervisor to ensure compliance and safety of workers
  • The equipment, layout and setup requirements for Type 3 work areas
  • The personal protective equipment used in Type 3 work and the inspection & maintenance that they require
  • Requirements for worker training, awareness about hazards, and respirator fit testing
  • Type 3 supervisor’s role in communicating site-specific emergency response plans
  • Type 3 supervisor’s role in communicating with internal and external groups

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MOLD AWARENESS & ABATEMENT PROCEDURES

The different levels of Mold abatement taught in accordance with EACO guidelines

Course Overview and Scope:

  • Mold Spores:
  • Life Cycle of Mold
  • Routes of Entry into Indoor Environment
  • Harmful Effects and Symptoms of Mold Exposure
  • Dealing with Molds:
  • Reporting and Preventing Mold Infestation

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LEAD AWARENESS AND ABATEMENET PROCEDURES

Taught in accordance with Ministry of Labor GUIDELINE

Course Overview and Scope:

  • Introduction
  • Legal Requirements
  • Health Effects
  • Controlling the Lead Hazard
  • Classification of Work
  • Measures and Procedures for Working with Lead

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WORKER HEALTH AND SAFETY AWARAENESS

Employers are responsible to ensure that a workers who performs work for the employer completes a basic occupational health and safety awareness training program that meets the requirements of Ontario Regulation 297/13 – Occupational Health and Safety Awareness and Training Regulation under the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA) as soon as practicable. This training program has been designed to inform workers of the various safe work expectations, obligations and prohibitions that are communicated in the provisions of the OHSA. This training program also focuses on the health and safety resources and the individual rights that workers may use to maintain their personal workplace safety.

Course Overview and Scope:

  • The Internal Responsibility System and Due Diligence
  • The duties and rights of workers under the OHSA
  • The duties of employers and supervisors under the OHSA
  • The roles of health and safety representatives and joint health and safety committees under the OHSA
  • The work refusal process.
  • Common workplace hazards
  • The requirements set out in Regulation 860 (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)) with respect to information and instruction on controlled products
  • Occupational illness, including latency

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BASICS OF Supervising

Workers are often promoted to a supervisory position because of their high-quality work and experience. This program gives provincially regulated workers the training they need to become effective supervisors. Participants will learn how to fulfil their role as a supervisor and about their responsibilities under Ontario law to manage health and safety in the workplace. Once they understand what to do, the program then gives them the tools to meet their health and safety responsibilities and ensure a productive workplace.

Course Overview and Scope:

  • Legal Responsibilities
  • Elements of Supervising
  • Supervisor Safety Tasks

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CONFINED SPACE

Workers are often promoted to a supervisory position because of their high-quality work and experience. This program gives provincially regulated workers the training they need to become effective supervisors. Participants will learn how to fulfil their role as a supervisor and about their responsibilities under Ontario law to manage health and safety in the workplace. Once they understand what to do, the program then gives them the tools to meet their health and safety responsibilities and ensure a productive workplace.

Course Overview and Scope:

  • Introduction & Regulations
  • WHMIS Roles & Responsibilities
  • Pre-entry Requirements, including:
  • Confined Space Program
  • Hazard Assessment & The Entry Plan
  • Training Requirements & Record Keeping
  • Entering a Confined Space, including:
  • The Entry Permit & On-site Rescue
  • Energy / Materials Isolation & Control
  • Atmospheric Safety & Ventilation

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RESPIRATOR FIT TESTING QUALITATIVE/QUANTITATIVE

LEGAL REQUIREMENTS: Under the Ontario Health & Safety Act, section 25 (1) (a) states that protective devices are provided. Section 25(1) (d) says that employers must ensure that protective devices provided are used as prescribed. Section 25(2) (a) describes the duty to provide workers with instruction to protect the safety of the worker. The CSA Standard Z94.4-11 defines the respirator fit testing requirements. There are two acceptable methods for Respirator Fit Testing according to the CSA Z94. 4-11. Both a Qualitative and Quantitative method require a trained professional to conduct an in person assessment and training on the selection, care and use of designated respirators. All respirators that rely on a mask-to-face seal need to be checked with either a Qualitative or Quantitative method to determine whether the mask provides an acceptable fit to the wearer. This includes all types of air purifying, air-supplied, positive pressure, powered air-purifying respirators, and SCBA. In Canada, each province maintains its own Occupational Health and Safety guidelines and policies. In Ontario, the Occupational Health and Safety Act suggests Respirator Fit Testing to be conducted every 2 years.

Course Overview and Scope:

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PEWP(POWER ELEVATED WORK PLATFORM)

References: CSA Standards B354.1-04, B354.2 and B354.4. As per the CSA Standards, operators of powered elevated work platforms must have received adequate oral and written instructions, complemented by hands-on training, before using a power elevated work platform. This course has been specially designed to conform to the CSA Standards requirements.

Course Overview and Scope:

The training will consist of basic theory and is complemented by a half day hands-on session with operators having to demonstrate proper handling techniques.

  • Understand the legislation impacting the use of PEWP.
  • Differentiate between types of equipments, and select the proper one.
  • Identify hazards related to the power elevated work platform.
  • Explain the forces affecting stability and tipping.
  • Perform a basic equipment inspection.

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ASBESTOS TESTING AND AIR CLEARANCE

If your property was built prior to 1986, then it is likely that some of the building materials used during the construction of the building may contain asbestos. For this reason we highly recommend that if you are considering any type of renovation project, that you also consider testing materials to be disturbed or removed. If you are a contractor that performs Type 3 asbestos abatement work, our certified and experienced team can conduct your clearance inspections, clearance air sampling, as well as provide you with the required documentation.

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DESIGNATED SUBSTANCE REPORT

On pre-building purchase or pre-demolition building hazardous material reports will provide you with an inventory of hazardous materials present within the property in question. Our reports will also provide managers, as well as those planning building renovations or demolition activities, with the means to identify the areas requiring proper abatement.

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