The Confined Space Rescue Awareness course is designed for emergency service personnel who respond to and support Confined Space Rescue Operations.
This course is based on the NFPA 1006 Standard for Technical Rescuer Professional Qualifications. This modular program presents: Roles and Responsibilities of Emergency Responders; Recognition and Identification of Confined Space; Environmental and Physical Hazards; and Initial Response Protocols. A certificate is issued on successful completion.
This Confined Space Entry Awareness course is designed for personnel who conduct vocational activities in and around confined spaces.
The confined spaces provisions in sector-based regulations made under the Occupational Health and Safety Act ensure that workers entering, working in or working near confined spaces are protected. This curriculum defines, explains and cites examples of confined space, associated hazards and safety measures. A certificate is issued on successful completion.
The Hydrogen Sulfide Awareness course is designed for fire service personnel and personnel that work around sources of H2S such as public works, and related contractors.
Hydrogen sulfide is an extremely hazardous product and occurs naturally in the environment and as a by-product of certain production processes. Employers are required under Regulation 833, Control of Exposure to Biological or Chemical Agents, to limit the exposure of workers to specified hazardous biological or chemical agents in accordance with established values. This online program introduces the characteristics of hydrogen sulfide (H2S); explains how and why it's a toxic poison; explains required mitigation strategies and associated emergency actions. A certificate is issued on successful completion.
Meeting NFPA 51B this online course identifies and explains the requirements for conducting hot work.
It is designed for any personnel involved with hot work activity.
A certificate is issued on successful completion.
The Canadian standard CSA Z460-13 outlines procedures for developing a lock-out program which must be compliant with the Occupational Health & Safety Act and its Industrial Establishments Regulation 851.
This legislative compliant online course will guide you through the required aspects of Locking and Tagging out machinery, from the basic procedures for lock and tag out, to information about employer and worker responsibilities.
On successful completion of this course you will be issued a certificate of achievement.
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