• Participants of the driver fatigue course learn the impacts of fatigue on safety. They learn the nature of fatigue, the extent to which drivers are impacted and various strategies to mitigate fatigue. There is a review of legislation, due diligence, and relevant lifestyle choices. Participants complete a journey management plan and fatigue assessment form in the practical portion of the course. Download Outline
  • This Forklift Class 7 Safety course covers legislation, PPE, pre and post trip inspections, preventative maintenance, driving, carrying personnel, forklift physics, traction, vehicle limitations, load securement, and loading and unloading procedures. Student exercises include pre-trip inspection, practical driving and reversing, and load securement. Download Outline
  • In the Forklift Classes 1, 4, 5 program students learn the legislation, PPE, pre and post-trip inspections, preventative maintenance, driving, carrying personnel, forklift physics, traction, vehicle limitations, load securement, loading and unloading procedures. Student exercises include pre-trip inspection, practical driving and reversing, and load securement. Download Outline
  • Material details appropriate legislation provincial & federal, due diligence, adverse conditions, permits, enforcement, driver & carrier responsibilities, cargo securement requirements for different load types and weights. Download Outline
  • Participants of the Log Book course learn provincial & federal regulations, due diligence, driving hazards, adverse conditions and other safety considerations such as permits, enforcement, driver & carrier responsibilities. Participants complete practical exercises including a logbook exercise based on all-time cycles and a journey management safety plan. Download Outline
  • Participants of this combined course learn everything included in the Log Book, Load Securement & Fatigue Management classes. It covers appropriate provincial & federal legislation, due diligence, adverse conditions, permits and enforcement. Included is a review of driver & carrier responsibilities, cargo securement requirements, fatigue symptoms and risks. Each student will complete a load securement, logbook and fatigue management exercise. Download Outline
  • Skid Steer (Loader) Safety Program is a comprehensive in-class theory session that cover all aspects of operator safety, manoeuvring equipment and site controls followed by practical operator training and testing. Course meets or exceeds all relevant Standards and applicable jurisdictional regulations. Download Outline
  • This basic course is designed for situations where workers and the public are exposed to hazards created by vehicles and/or equipment. The objectives for this course are to train workers inthe importance of the flag station and the flag person’s location, responsibilities for the protection of the public and co-workers, identify correct flagging practices and procedures, clothing and equipment, communication with co-workers, the public and dealing with emergency vehicles. * BC Level 1 ONLY - no highway work (needs endorsement and not worth it yet), AB no restrictions. Download Outline

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