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The Ontario Disabilities Act (AODA) Training gives employees the basic knowledge about accessibility, and how it inﬂuences people with disabilities.
Arborists working in proximity to electrical transmission or distribution systems can be very dangerous and there are rules and regulations in Ontario that govern this type of work. This training discusses in detail electrical safety for Arborists.
This program is recommended for any worker working in areas where an Arc Flash could occur.
This program is designed to aid individuals working on projects where they will be exposed to asbestos or where asbestos may be present.
This program is recommended for JHSC Members, Members of Leadership, Supervisors, and OH&S Representatives. It provides information and tools to aid in the investigations of employee accidents in order to prevent them from recurring. The course content can be adjusted for either Federal or Provincial employees as required.
Allergies aﬀect millions of Canadians. 1-in-2 Canadian households are impacted by a food allergy. According to the Canadian Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology Foundation, one in every four or ﬁve Canadians (20 to 25% of the population) has allergicrhinitis (also referred to as “hay fever”).
While NH3is dangerous, anhydrous ammonia also has countless uses relating to the medicinal ﬁeld, it functions as a cleaning agent when diluted, is commonly used as a fertilizer.
This training program is designed for those workers who are required to do Manual Lifting as part of their daily workplace tasks.
All employees who work in or around bear habitats should receive proper training in order to maintain their safety and that of their coworkers.
This training is for all those employees in workplaces that are required as part of their daily work to use a “Bucket Truck” for tasks such as Utility Work, Tree Trimming, Painting etc.
This program is recommended for JHSC Members, Leadership, HR, Supervisors or any employee wanting more answers on the topic of Cannabis in the workplace.
This course is recommended for all those drivers who move many diﬀerent types of cargo using workplace Vans and/or Pick Up Trucks.
This course is designed to educate workers who use a chainsaw about safety, maintenance, care and handling.
This program is based on Conﬁned Space Regulation 632/05 and the CSA Standard Z1006-16.
This training course looks at the types of cranes used in construction and how to rig a load safely in order to prevent accidents happening on the jobsite.
This training will provide participants with the knowledge and needed to operate an overhead crane safely and eﬃciently as a competent person.
The focus of this training is on recognizing, avoiding, and reporting electrical hazards.
This program is recommended for those workers who are involved in electrical testing in the workplace that requires the use of Electrical Testers, Multimeters and Meggers. Only those individuals who are trained and qualiﬁed may use such equipment. This is especially important because a worker’s life can depend on it. The OHSA requires employees to take every precaution reasonable in the circumstances for the protection of a worker Section 25 (2) (h). This includes providing safety training.
Basic one-day course oﬀering an overview of ﬁrst aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for the workplace or home.
This training program is valuable for leadership and employees involved with or responsible for spill clean up and control in the workplace.