Appropriate training for a task or hazard is required for all employees, but what does that mean? A company needs to take many things into consideration like customer requirements, industry standards, and legislation when deciding on a training course. Our company offers many different styles of training programs to help you make these decisions. Reach out to us to build an internal training matrix and help you decide what level of training you need.
Drop us a line. We have brought another instructor on board to help us handle our spring training. We have plenty of dates on the calendar for First Aid and H2S, but we are happy to come to you for things like skid steer, confined space, and fall protection.
Box 324-Lampman, SK S0C1N0, CA
Talk to us to see if you qualify for blended renewals for First Aid. Call for details.
The blended renewal format of this course involves computer work that needs to be completed before coming to class for approximately 4 hours.
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By request, please call for details.
This is a comprehensive course offering first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for those who need training due to work requirements or who want more knowledge to be able to respond to emergencies at home. This course meets legislation requirements for provincial/territorial worker safety as well as insurance boards and includes the latest first aid and CPR guidelines. This course also includes training on cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and provides the skills needed to recognize and respond to cardiovascular emergencies and choking for adults, children, and babies . We offer this course in two options:
1. 16 hours, full course- Recommended for workers and individuals that have never taken a first aid course before or that have not had one for many years.
2. Approx 16 hours, Blended learning-Recommended for workers and individuals that are looking to renew their first aid certification and have a good understanding of the theory and require a refresher of the skills needed to be a confident first aider. Half the hours can be completed at home online or in our office on our computers, and the remaining hours are in class as a refresher of skills.
This course provides participants with the knowledge and general understanding of the Legislative standards, Preoperative checks, Importance of selecting the right attachments, and safe operation of skid steer equipment. Through a combination of lectures and practical exercises participants are exposed to best practice instructions on the use, limitations, care and maintenance of skid steer and attachments. This course includes regulatory or provincial standards. This course includes a small practical portion.
This course is directed at anyone who undertakes any excavation activity using either powered mechanical or hand equipment. The intent of the program is to provide an awareness of the various safety issues involved in the undertaking of a ground disturbance, as well as the proper procedures that should be followed. Level 2 will cover all aspects of Ground Disturbance, including supervisor’s rights and responsibilities. This course is certified by Global Training.
This course provides the participants with a general understanding of the Fundamentals of Fall Protection; Regulations and standards that apply to Fall Protection; Methods of eliminating fall hazards; Equipment specifications, care, use, limitations and inspection; and Fall Protection planning requirement and importance. The course consists of a combination of lectures, practical exercises, group activities and knowledge verification.
This course is designed to ensure that all participants demonstrate the basic knowledge and proficiency in the classification and identification of Confined Spaces and Hazardous Confined Spaces. End Users who are required to enter a Confined must be trained in the recognition of the risks and hazards associated with Confined Spaces and understand the methods of controlling these associated risks and hazards. It also includes training in emergency planning & response. Following the lecture portion of the class, students will complete a case study where they will apply the knowledge they have been given, but they will not be required to climb through a simulator. The goal of this training is to prevent incidents through planning, and elimnate the need for a rescue.
This course provides participants with the knowledge and general understanding of the Legislative standards, Preoperative checks, Importance of selecting the right machine, Safe operation of Elevated Work Platform (EWP) equipment. Through a combination of lectures and practical exercises participants are exposed to best practice instructions on the use, limitations, care and maintenance of Aerial Work Platforms. This course includes regulatory or provincial standards. This course has a small practical portion.
This course provides participants with the knowledge and general understanding of the Legislative standards, Preoperative checks, Importance of selecting the right machine, Safe operation of lift trucks. Through a combination of lectures and practical exercises participants are exposed to best practice instructions on the use, limitations, care and maintenance of equipment. This course includes regulatory or provincial standards. Does not include earth moving equipment. This course has a small practical portion.
This course is a basic requirement for any worker in oil and gas industry. The aim of this course is to provide all Petroleum Industry workers with the knowledge and skills necessary to recognize and respond to H2S emergencies. Participants will be required to pass a skills assessment on the use or respiratory protective equipment as well as resque drags
This half day course teaches participants the basics of using a fire extinguisher. Students will learn about the elements of a fire, the different types of fires, the proper selection/use of extinguishers, and why emergency response planning is important. Following the classroom portion of this course participants will have the opportunity to extinguish a real propane fire using a water extinguisher.
Fire Safety teaches participants about the legislated fire safety responsibilities of the employer and the worker, describes safe work practices related to fire prevention, and provides practical information about emergency response in situations involving fire. Following the online componant participants will have the opportunity to use a water fire extinguisher to put out a real propane fire.
Under Saskatchewan Occupational Health and Safety legislation ‘supervisor’ means a person who is authorized by an employer to oversee or direct the work of the employer’s worker. The Supervision & Safety Workshop introduces supervisors to their legal responsibilities for occupational health and safety at the workplace.