• Course includes review of all aspects of working in confined spaces: jurisdictionally appropriate legislation, due diligence, confined space hazards, controls, entry, specialized permits, inspection and care of equipment, and emergency rescue procedures. Participants will create a basic confined space entry plan, demonstrate their ability to inspect and use SCBA and practice the skills learned in this course. Download Outline
  • Participants will learn detailed gas properties, review PPE requirements, learn how to monitor, test, place devices, and other Gas Detection & Control fundamentals. They will also work with a monitor to perform a personal bump test and read peaks utilizing the manufacturer’s operating manual (MOM). Download Outline
  • In the advanced Ground Disturbance Supervisory Level program, students learn federal and provincial legislation, industry recommended practice, buried facilities, spoil pile hazards, precautionary measures, sloping, shoring and trenching. Student exercises include developing an emergency response plan (ERP), ground disturbance checklist, DIRT form, using plot plan and color code. Download Outline
  • Participants learn the properties of H2S, byproducts, and other hazardous gases. They are guided through all aspects of H2S protection including PPE requirements, SABA and SCBA, testing devices and placement. Each student will perform a monitor bump test to find peaks, record their findings, perform SCBA inspection, and participate in an emergency response plan scenario. Download Outline
  • Participants gain a comprehensive understanding of Lock-out, Test Out, Tag Out Systems. They also learn the history, current legislation, worker responsibility, types of hazards and how to develop a successful LOTOTO system/ plan. This essential procedure is one of the safest ways to isolate your equipment and protect worker safety. Download Outline
  • Worker Fall Protection course includes review of jurisdictionally appropriate legislation, due diligence, dynamics of falls, fall protection and arrest systems, inspection and care of equipment, suspension trauma, ERP, and fitting of harnesses. Each participant will demonstrate their ability to inspect and use safety equipment. There are theoretical and practical elements to demonstrate ability to create a basic fall protection plan and discuss its merits. Download Outline


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