Due to COVID-19 we have done a complete renovation and added a second classroom that allows for social distancing and individually packaged and sanitized equipment provided for hands-on training.
The personal health and safety of all students attending Safety Training Our Priority (S.T.O.P.) training programs is of primary importance. We believe that the prevention of occupationally induced injuries and illnesses is possible and starts with worker safety orientation and training. Through training we will strive to instill in students a sense of pride, by emphasizing the importance of a safe, clean, reliable and orderly workplace. Therefore our main purpose through training is to equip students with the knowledge, skills, and abilities for personal health and safety in accordance with regulations, standards, and the highest safe work practices set by industry.
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|H2S Alive||As the industry standard in Canada and recognized around the world, students will learn how to work safely in and around hydrogen sulphide (H2S) environments [...]||View Course|
|Construction Safety Orientation||Introduction to safe work practices and the Life Saving Rules for all sectors of the oil and gas industry.||View Course|
|Fall Protection Re-certification||View Course|
|Confined Space Entry||Students will learn about the importance of CSE training, confined space entry legislation, safety and health hazards, control methods, permit systems, and rescue planning among [...]||View Course|
|Power Line Hazards||Those who operate a mobile crane, boom truck or similar equipment must complete the half-day Power Line Hazards Certification Training Course delivered by a certified [...]||View Course|
|Occupational Health & Safety Committee||OH&S Committees play a vital role in ensuring a healthy and safe workplace for everyone. These workers help identify and address health and safety issues [...]||View Course|
|Transportation of Dangerous Goods||View Course|
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