330 Laurier Blvd.
+1 613 345 1991
25 Railway St.
+1 613 546 6663
Levac Supply LTD.
The Ontario Disabilities Act (AODA) Training gives employees the basic knowledge about accessibility, and how it inﬂuences people with disabilities.
This program is designed to aid individuals working on projects where they will be exposed to asbestos or where asbestos may be present.
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”).
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 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 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.
The focus of this training is on recognizing, avoiding, and reporting electrical hazards.
The objective of this training is to provide people with the knowledge, and information to accomplish their job tasks safely to prevent a musculoskeletal injury.
The objective of Fire Extinguisher Training is to inform, simulate and provide knowledge to employees in the safe and eﬀective use of ﬁre extinguishers in the workplace.
This course is directed at individuals who want a better understanding of the diﬀerent aspects of ﬁrst aid in order to assist family members, friends, coworkers, or strangers who might be experiencing a medical emergency due to an accident or illness.
Please note that this training is NOT a certiﬁcation course for the purpose of becoming a qualiﬁed First Aider.
This course will provide the participant with a general understanding of GPS and the accuracy that can be obtained with this technology.
This Occupational health and safety awareness training provides a basic understanding of the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA).
This program is intended for workplaces that have between 6 and 19 employees. Having a H&S Representative is a legal requirement under the Occupational Health and Safety Act.
This training is especially important for anyone who must use ladders at their workplace or jobsite. Ladders used in any unsafe manner can result in long-term musculoskeletal disorders, electrical contact, or falls from height.
This Lift Truck / Forklift Operator Training Program consists of a half-day classroom theory session, which covers all aspects of lift truck safety and operation.
This program consists of a comprehensive in-class theory program covering Isolation of Hazardous Energy.
This program will give the trainee insight into the many diﬀerent ways that materials are received, handled, and shipped in manufacturing.
This program is recommended for all new and existing operators of multiple types of mobile elevating lift platforms. This training is based on the requirements of the OHSA, Regulation 851 and Regulation 213/91 and CSA B354.7/B354.8.
This Propane Safety Awareness training is for those individuals who handle and use propane cylinders in the workplace and discusses the basics of safe handling, use and storage.
This Sharps Safety Awareness training is a valuable session for anyone who may come in contact with or who works with sharps devices.
This training course looks at the causes of such incidents and how they can be prevented.
This training deals speciﬁcally with student stress as well as workplace stress. Eﬀectively managing stress can lead to a person’s improved overall health.
The purpose of this training is to provide the basic guidelines for traﬃc control to be used by persons or agencies performing construction, maintenance, and utility work on any street or highway open tothe public in the Province of Ontario.
This program is intended to educate the participant on the shipping requirements required by the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Regulations as it pertains to road and rail transport.
This course will provide a variety of practical controls designed to keep lone workers safe from harm. This course oﬀers information for employers and workers – when working alone is part of the business model.
WHMIS was founded on a worker’s right to know what hazards they [you] are working within the workplace! Education is fundamental to WHMIS – workers need training on a regular basis.
Violence that occurs in the workplace is often perceived as a physical altercation; however, workplace violence has broadened to include any situation that is verbal, written or progressing overtime. It can also include threatening behavior and harassment. This course is valuable for HR, H&S Professionals, Managers, Supervisors and all Employees.