Falls are a major cause of injury and death in Ontario workplaces. The vast majority of these incidents are falls from heights—even though the height may be no more than two or three metres.
Telehandlers are a Class VII (7) Rough Terrain Forklift, typically used in construction-type environments. Competent instruction is a key component to achieving safe operation of this device. Online learning and In-class training available.
Mobile Elevated Work Platforms are becoming more popular as they offer a safer way to work at heights. Operating these devices safely requires knowledge, skill, and serious commitment to safety. Online learning and In-class training available.
This course is intended as a working guide in the fundamentals of safe rigging and hoisting and understanding of the various regulations under the Act for construction and construction projects. The participant will comprehend a load calculation, hands signals, rigging hitches and the responsibility of hoisting. Online learning and In-class training available.
This program shows participants how to identify confined spaces and demonstrate knowledge of legislative requirements and general procedures for confined space entry. Online learning and In-class training available.
A crane signal person's communication is critical to the safe operation of a crane and is vital to the completion of the construction project. This course teaches participants all the essential hand signals.
This course is a basic awareness course for working around mobile cranes. This course is intended for contractors, supervisors and workers, who want to learn more about crane safety on construction sites, and how to prepare and plan their site for crane activities.
This four hour course is made up of seven modules with interactive video of hands-on instruction and lifting activities which make this online basic rigging course both engaging and educational.
This course reviews the Major Hazards on Construction Sites.
Available Fall 2022
This course provides an overview of WHMIS requirements.
The Lockout Tagout (LOTO) safety course is an Ontario based program that teaches proper lockout/tagout equipment procedures, required lockout tagout devices, hazardous energy sources, injury prevention and legislative requirements.
This course provides knowledge and training that will help you stay safe if entering or working around confined or restricted spaces.
This course covers the fundamentals for the safe use of portable self-supporting, portable non-self-supporting, fixed, specialty, and job-made ladders
Coming September 2022
Coming October 2022