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  • 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. Course Requirement: Appropriate footwear, clothing and PPE is required. Download Outline
  • Participants of the Snowmobile Safety course review the importance of safety and due diligence. They learn applicable legislation before delving into the practicalities of snowmobiles. Riding skills, strategies and riding hazards are discussed as well as PPE requirements, pre and post trip inspections, preventative maintenance, vehicle limitations, avalanche safety, and load securement. Each participant will complete a pre-trip inspection of their vehicle, perform load securement measures and complete a practical driving component. Course Requirement: Appropriate footwear, clothing and PPE (helmet, gloves) are required. Download Outline
  • This course details transportation of dangerous goods legislation, characteristics and classifications, the importance of safety training, requirements of who MUST have training, safety marks and handling standards, rail requirements, the Globally Harmonized System and uses Schedules 1, 2 and 3 for shipping exercise. 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. Course Requirement: Appropriate footwear, clothing and PPE is required. Download Outline
  • Participants of UTV (Utility Terrain Vehicle) Safety learn the legislation, PPE requirements, pre and post trip inspections, and preventative maintenance. Driver strategy, hazards, winching and load securement are also reviewed. Students will perform pre-trip inspections, unloading, practical driving and winching, and load securement. Course Requirement: Appropriate footwear, clothing and PPE (helmet, gloves) are required. Download Outline
  • This course includes a comprehensive review of workplace hazardous materials classifications, labelling and identification under the 16 part SDS, worker, employer and supplier responsabilities, the Globally Harmonized System (2015) and Canada’s role in it. Download Outline
  • Participants taking the Wilderness Hazards and Safety course will learn basic plant and animal identification. They will review necessary precautions and available control measures. Participants review a “bear aware” component and work through a pre-trip plan. Download Outline
  • Participants who are required to work in the wilderness learn the appropriate legislation, basic plant and animal identification, wilderness precautions, available control measures and pre-trip planning. Participants will develop observation skills and complete exercises designed to keep them safe. Proper use of safety equipment including firearms is learned. 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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