All our training is in accordance with both WorksafeBC and the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) regulations. Our instructors are also members of the BC Fire Training Officers Association and the Canadian Fire Safety Association.
This NFPA 10 certified training course will go over the proper use and deployment of various types of Fire Extinguishers. Live fire practice is provided as part of this training program.
This NFPA 472 Hazmat Awareness training course will bring a heightened awareness of Hazardous Materials. This exciting Hazardous Materials training course is essential for industrial workers.
This Part 9 Confined Space WorksafeBC and NFPA 350 approved training course is essential for industrial workers that may be exposed to Confined Spaces.
Rope Rescue Awareness is a one day course that introduces participants to Rope Rescue. By the end of the training the participant will be able to understand the regulations and requirements for Rope Rescue. The participant will be introduced to the required equipment for Rope Rescue - including their proper care and function. Also be able to isolate the site and protect the public from hazards. As well establish a triage system if need be. Participants take part in both hands on practical learning as well as theoretical learning.
The Operations level, as per NFPA 1006, requires the rescuer to size-up existing and potential hazards, manage physical and psychological hazards, monitor air quality, and utilize equipment to rescue a victim that can be seen from primary opening and enter space with proper PPE. All hazards must be identified, isolated and controlled. Victim will be properly packaged and removed from space. Procedure for planning and implementing an appropriate confined space rescue will be covered for both pre-incident, during, and post-incident planning. Procedure of selection, and use of rope lowering and raising systems as used in high angle environments will be used.
Canadian law requires that any person exposed to hazardous materials in the workplace must be trained in Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS).
This comprehensive WHMIS 2015 course includes the new Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling for chemicals (GHS) enacted in 2015. It also covers content from the previous WHMIS system (WHMIS 1988).
This course consists of 6 chapters and a final exam.
It is an employee’s responsibility to participate in WHMIS safety training, take necessary measures to protect themselves and co-workers, and to properly identify and control hazardous materials. The onus is on the employer to ensure that hazardous materials are properly labelled, to have SDSs available, and to offer education and training about the products in the workplace.
Depending on your duties or workplace hazards, supplementary training for specific hazardous materials, Safety Data Sheets, workplace labeling practices, or other additional considerations may be required.
Any person that ships, handles, or transports dangerous goods by ground must be adequately trained and hold a valid certificate.
This TDG course has been developed to meet the TDG Regulation general training requirements. The course consists of 10 chapters and a final exam.
A TDG Certificate must be renewed every 3 years.
Once the course has been completed, you will understand the requirements and responsibilities of anyone who handles, ships, or transports dangerous goods by ground.
This 1-day Swift Water Rescue Awareness Course is offered in-class. Participants learn federal and provincial legislation and duties and responsibilities regarding swift water rescues. For those working in or around moving water this is a great opportunity to learn about the hidden hazards of moving water. The course then moves onto water dynamics, river hazards and the difference between high-risk and low-risk rescues. Participants learn about rescue equipment, including basic knots and reaching and throwing techniques. The course also covers human panic mechanisms, medical considerations and drowning risks. Participants must pass a written exam to receive their certificate.
A food handling, sanitation and work safety course designed for food service establishment operators and front line food service workers such as cooks, servers, bussers, dishwashers, and deli workers. The course covers important food safety and worker safety information including foodborne illness, receiving and storing food, preparing food, serving food, cleaning and sanitizing.
This training course covers chainsaw fueling and maintenance, chainsaw safety equipment, safe operation of a chainsaw and basic chainsaw cutting techniques.
This One-Day Chainsaw Safety & Training Course includes:
With our one day workshop, you will get thorough training on all the elements of chainsaw operation, maintenance and safety both in the classroom and outside using our chainsaws and safety equipment.
Worksafe BC requires all employees working at greater than 3 m (10 ft) must wear appropriate PPE to prevent injuries as a result of working from heights. Your training will go over safety PPE, risk assessments and protection plans. This required training is neccessary for any individual working or wanting to work from heights. All equipment and training resources are provided during your training.
This Occupational Health and Safety Awareness (OHSA) course for Workers will help you gain a better understanding of the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
This course consists of 4 chapters and a final test.
By the end of this course, you will be able to do the following:
The Joint Health and Safety Committees (JHSC) course is an ideal introductory course for new members of a JHSC, new Worker Representatives, or existing members looking to refresh their knowledge about the JHSC.
A Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC) is a critical component of any employer’s occupational health and safety management system. It is a legal requirement for all BC workplaces with 20 or more employees. The JHSC course will provide students with the fundamentals and tools to carry out their duties effectively.
To support an organization in establishing an effective JHSC committee by:
This hands on training course covers topics such as Bear identification, safety aspects, offensive / defensive awareness, traveling considerations, working around bears, pepper spray operation and other essential awareness training.
This training is apart of the Bear Awareness training. All backcountry equipment is provided for demonstration purposes. We cover essential topics such as:
Low Impact Camping
How to pack your backpack
Backpacks, footwear, tents
Grey water / sanitation stations
Backpacking leadership for groups
Maps and route finding
Contingency Plans, Emergency Communication Devices
Backcountry Cooking / Equipment
Waivers / Liability / Negligence
First Aid Kits / supplies
Hydration / Water Filters
Construction flagging is a challenging and risky job and needs the utmost attention and care. The Traffic Control Person (TCP) course is required to be completed prior to becoming a flagger. CSA approved steel toed boots with ankle support are required during this course. Your training will be delivered over a 2 day period.
A person must be at least 16 years old and have the physical ability to perform the skills required to complete the learning tasks. No previous flagger training is required. Remember you will be standing for long periods at a time so good health is neccessary to complete this training.
Once completed, each student is issued a three-year TCP certificate that allows them the ability to work anywhere in BC as a Traffic Control Person. This is recognized by WorkSafeBC as a valid High-Risk TCP certificate in the province. There is a multiple choice exam that requires a minimum score of 80%. There is also a practical skills session on the roadway that each student must pass.
All training meets NFPA 1006 / 1670 Awareness Standards. Your training will ensure you are able to:
1. Identify the need for a mine or tunnel rescue.
2. Recognize hazards associated with a mine and tunnel rescue incident.
3. Proper usage of communication equipment.
4. Conduct a incident size-up and communicate incident details.
5. Proper use of PPE including monitoring equipment.
6. Identify geologic and construction collapse hazards.
7. Implement protocols utilizing a risk / benefit analysis for self-rescue, rescue or recovery modes.
8. Implement an emergency action plan.
9. Properly document and brief rescuers of the incident.
9. Document tactical worksheets outlining the extent of the collapse for rescuers.
10. Ensure scene lighting, ventilation, rehab stations, atmospheric monitoring protocols, hand and power tools are in place.
11. Track equipment inventory.
12. Initiate the IMS given a trench or excavation collapse incident. As well properly document the indent utilizing IMS Forms.
Serving It Right is British Columbia’s responsible liquor sales and service program for industry workers, that everyone involved in the sale and service of liquor has to take. It is designed to help make sure that the service and sale of liquor is done according to law and in a way that keeps customers, guests and others safe from alcohol-related harms. Other provinces have similar responsible liquor service programs.
The course provides effective techniques to prevent problems related to the service of liquor and covers topics such as:
Responsible beverage service does not end with SIR certification. Skills can only be developed through practice and work experience. Therefore, further training is strongly encouraged to build upon the fundamental knowledge acquired through this course.
Upon completion you will understand:
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