Upcoming Courses

Transitioning Supervisors into Safety Leaders

This course is intended to be a learning opportunity for individuals in any Supervisory position and is a solid building block towards establishing “Supervisory Competence” that meets the Supervisor training requirements as per certifying partner audit protocol.

“Transitioning Supervisors into Safety Leaders” provides frontline Supervisors with a gained understanding of:

  • Supervisory Safety Responsibilities within an organization.
  • Employer, Supervisor and Worker legislated responsibilities and obligations overview.
  • Bill C-45 history and Due Diligence.
  • Documentation distinction; Policies, Safe Work Procedures, Codes of Practice.
  • Emergency Preparedness responsibilities.
  • Supervisory Leadership Skills related to Coaching techniques, Team Motivation and the development of a positive Safety Culture.

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Basic Incident Investigation

This course is focused on the base understanding:

  • Root Cause Analysis
  • Tools to conduct an Investigation


  • Know what your responsibilities are as a member of an incident investigation team.
  • Understand and be able to correctly utilize key incident investigation terminology.
  • Understand what information is to be gathered during the investigation including preservation of the incident scene and collection of evidence.
  • Be able to conduct effective, focused incident investigation interviews without intimidating or placing interviewees in undo duress.
  • Be able to identify the root cause(s).
  • Be able to develop appropriate conclusions regarding cause(s) and write effective recommendations for corrective action.
  • Be able to develop and write corrective actions, incident investigation reports and lessons learned at the conclusion of an incident investigation.

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Hazard Assessment and Control

Hazard Assessments are the core of every organization’s occupational Health and Safety Management System.

This workshop is intended to be a learning opportunity for Supervisors, Crew Leaders, Foremen and workers that provides a gained understanding of:

  • Hazard identification and Classification
  • Legislation requirements
  • Bill C-45 and Due Diligence
  • Formal Hazard Assessment
  • Hazard Control methodologies
  • Field level Hazard Assessment principles
  • Tailboard-Toolbox Talk

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Workplace Violence & Harassment

“OHS Regulations across Canada stipulates that employers are required to have a methodology for protecting workers from potential Workplace Violence and Harassment.”

Workers and Supervisors can participate in a 2-hour Workplace Violence & Harassment workshop in order to gain an understanding of:

  • What is meant by Workplace Violence & Harassment.
  • Provincial Legislation specifics regarding Workplace Violence & Harassment.

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Workplace Inspections

Understanding Workplace Inspection requirements and building a solid inspection program is a critical element of any functional safety system.

This workshop is intended to be a valuable learning opportunity for Management, Supervisors, Crew Leaders, Foremen and workers that provides:

Hazard identification and Classification:

  • Understand Legislation Responsibilities
  • Understand Workplace Inspections
  • Training
  • Planning
  • What to inspect
  • Pre-inspection meetings
  • Inspection process
  • Gain Understanding of Corrective Actions

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Control of Hazardous Energy

Equipment isolation and securement is a corner stone of any functional safety system and is a critical component to providing a safe work environment for the work force.

This workshop is intended to be a learning opportunity for Supervisors, Crew Leaders, Foremen and workers that provides a gained understanding of:

  • Legislation pertaining to “Managing the Control of Hazardous Energy”.
  • Hazardous energy Classifications.
  • Understanding Effective Isolation.
  • Isolation & Securing by Individual workers.
  • Isolation & Securing by Group.
  • Isolation & Securing by Complex Group.

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Legislation Awareness

This instructional package provides Employers, Supervisors, Employees and Safety Committee Members and Representatives with an overview of the Occupational Health and Safety Legislation. By examining the current safety legislation and recent changes to the Alberta OHS Act, Regulation and Code  a gained understanding is provided with understanding general principles of safety systems and the associated requirements.

The core concepts within this course include:

  • The purpose of Safety Legislation.
  • 5 key changes to Legislation (June1 2018)
  • Understanding Due Diligence.
  • Review of Alberta OHS Act, Regulation and Code.
  • Additional resources and support.

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First Aid & CPR

First aid and CPR are valuable skills that can positively impact an emergency situation. We offer a variety of first aid and CPR training such as emergency first aid, standard first aid and health care provider CPR and AED training. All of our First Aid and CPR courses are based on the Heart & Stroke Foundation standards and the issued certificate is recognized by Alberta Human Resources and Employment, Workplace Health and Safety.

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First Aid & CPR - Recertification

The First Aid recertification course allows you to refresh your memory, renew your skills and stay up to date on the latest techniques. Designed for those whose credentials are still valid but near expiration, our abbreviated First Aid renewal courses take less time than our standard First Aid classes, and allow you to maintain certification for an additional two years.

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Online Training

Check out the the variety of courses in our online learning platform.  Learn more about our Online Training

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