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Training

We are committed to workplace safety and helping workers to mitigate risk on the job.  As an extension of our head to toe safety product selection we now offer safety and first aid training. We have a comprehensive and adaptable training program, we can cater to small or large groups on or off site. Please click on the course headings below to learn more about our safety and first aid training options. If you would like additional information, to enroll or if you can’t see the course you are looking for below please use the form section to contact us.

Safety Programs

01 Trade Safety Coordinator

Instructional Time 1 week

Course Duration: One week (35 hours /week of classroom time and 10 hours of self-study and homework)

Entrance Requirements:

  • Physical fitness verified through a medical exam or Statement of Fitness (WorkSafeBC);
  • Minimum age is 19 years old;
  • Knowledge of the English language to the level of successfully completing the course readings and assignments;
  • One year of relevant construction experience with a letter verifying this experience from a senior representative of the employer OR, a letter from the union stating the union membership is in good standing and the student was employed by a contributing employer for at least two months in the past calendar year.
  • OFAL2 or OFAL3 recommended but not mandatory
02 Construction Safety Officer

Instructional Time 1 week

Course Duration: One week (35 hours /week of classroom time and 15 hours of self-study and homework)

Entrance Requirements:

  • Successful completion of the Trade Safety Coordinator (TSC) program within the previous calendar year;
  • Physical fitness verified through a medical exam or Statement of Fitness (WorkSafeBC);
  • Minimum age is 19 years old;
  • Knowledge of the English language to the level of successfully completing the course readings and assignments;
  • One year of relevant construction experience with a letter verifying this experience from a senior representative of the employer OR, a letter from the union stating the union membership is in good standing and the student was employed by a contributing employer for at least two months in the past calendar year.
  • OFAL2 or OFAL3 recommended but not mandatory
03 Fall Protection

Instructional time: 1/2 day or Full Day

Target Audience: Workers and supervisors who are required to work at heights and who may be required to use fall protection equipment.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will:

  1. Review fall protection requirements, systems & equipment;
  2. Review the planning process and documentation required; and
  3. Perform fall protection equipment inspections.

Delivery Method: The Fall Protection class is divided into two parts: Theory and Practical & Hands-on. Demonstration of Skills and Knowledge

  • Inspection of fall protection equipment; and
  • Complete an exam (75% passing grade required).

Topics

  1.  When to use fall protection;
  2. Written fall protection program;
  3. Hierarchy of fall protection;
  4. Types of fall protection;
  5. WCB Regulation and overview; 
  6. Calculating the fall clearance;
  7. Realizing the fall forces;
  8. Deciding on a system;
  9. Initial system inspection;
  10. Fitting the harness;
  11. Proper use of rope grab; 
  12. Proper use of lanyards & retractable lanyard;
  13. Proper selection of an anchor point;
  14. Horizontal lifelines;
  15. Ongoing inspection of equipment;
  16.  Retiring the system;
  17. Cleaning your system; and
  18. During and after a fall and rescue procedure introduction.
04 Confined Space

Instructional time: 1/2 day, full day or two day

Target Audience: This course is required for workers who enter a confined space or tend to someone entering a confined space in the workplace.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will:

  1. Learn how to enter a confined space by recognizing and mitigating the inherent hazards unique to this workspace;
  2. Perform a hazard assessment prior to entering a confined space; and
  3. Understand their worksite’s written Confined Space Program.

Delivery Method: The Confined Space Course is divided into two parts theory and table top exercises. The full day and two day courses include practical exercises.

Topics

  1. Identify the site’s confined spaces;
  2. Assess hazards within the confined spaces and identifying those that are permit-required confined spaces;
  3. Establish procedures to manage the hazards;
  4. Review the safety equipment (e.g. gas monitors, respirators, harnesses and/or retrieval lines) needed to mitigate the identify hazards and how to use them;
  5. Safe work policies and procedures; and
  6. Use of WorkSafe Regulation.
  7. The full day includes practical and basic non-IDLH drills. It is for workers and supervisors who enter or monitor a confined space.
  8. The second day of the two day course is a full day of practical, hands-on, confined space entry. It will also include at least 2 non-IDLH rescue drills. Students will perform an entry into a confined space and perform at least 2 rescue drills.
05 Lockout

Instructional time: 1/2 day or Full Day

Target Audience: The lockout program is intended for workers and supervisors who may be required to provide maintenance or repair work on a piece of machinery/equipment that requires lockout.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will:

  1. Discuss the importance of locking out machinery and equipment;
  2. Understand the dangers of hazardous energy;
  3. Discuss when lockout is required;
  4. Understand basic and group lockout procedures; and
  5. Discuss employer’s and workers’ responsibilities for safe lockout.

Delivery Method: The Lockout class is divided into three parts: theory; table top exercise; and a practical case study.

Demonstration of Skills and Knowledge

  • Participate in a lockout hazard assessment;
  • Discuss safe work practices for locking out machinery/equipment specific to their workplace; and
  • Practice scenario.

Topics

  1. Instruction to lockout;
  2. Dangers of hazardous energy;
  3. When to lockout;
  4. Implementing lockout;
  5. Five basic steps to lockout;
  6. Responsibilities for lockout;
  7. Lockout fail systems; and
  8. WCB Regulation.
06 Personal Protection Equipment

Instructional time: 1/2 day

Target Audience: This program is intended for all workers that may be required to use any type of Personal Protection Equipment (PPE).

Learning Outcomes

Participants will:

  1. Understand WorkSafe BC Regulation;
  2. Have a personal protection strategy;
  3. Understand the general concepts of PPE;
  4. Do a workplace survey for the need of PPE;
  5. Properly select PPE;
  6. Properly fit and wear PPE;
  7. Properly maintain PPE; and
  8. Understand the responsibilities.

Delivery Method: The Personal Protective Equipment class is divided into two parts theory and tabletop exercises.

Demonstration of Skills and Knowledge

  • Identify the types of PPE and their rating;
  • Demonstrate inspection techniques; and
  • Develop worksite list for PPE

Topics

  1. WCB Requirements;
  2. Protective headwear;
  3. Hearing protection;
  4. Eye and face protection;
  5. Hand protection;
  6. Protective footwear;
  7. Protective clothing and grooming;
  8. Respiratory protection; and
  9. Other types of PPE.
07 Respiratory Training and Fit Testing

Instructional time: 1/2 day

Target Audience: This program is specifically designed for workers and supervisors who want to become respirator fit testers.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will:

  1. Know how to use the OHS Regulation and the WC Act to access health and safety requirements;
  2. Roles and responsibilities of supervisors and workers;
  3. Learn what is required in a respiratory program;
  4. Understand the basics sources of respiratory hazards;
  5. Understand when a respirator is required and the type of respirator needed;
  6. Know how to choose the appropriate equipment including filters and cartridges;
  7. Perform fit tests on various types of respirators;
  8. Perform seal checks before each use; and
  9. Care and maintenance of respirators.

Delivery Method: The Respiratory Training and Fit Testin class is divided into three parts:

Theory;

  • Fit testing of selected respirators; and
  • Table top and case study.

Demonstration of Skills and Knowledge: Perform a fit test with the pre-screening steps; and complete an exam (75% passing grade required).

Topics

  1. WorkSafe requirements (includes CSA Z94.4 02);
  2. Respirator program based on CSA requirements;
  3. What is a respirator;
  4. Types of respiratory hazards;
  5. Selecting the right respirator;
  6. Seal checks;
  7. How to perform a fit test and demonstrating this skill; and
  8. Care and maintenance of respirators.
08 Respiratory Program Administrator

Instructional time: full day

Target Audience: This seminar is specifically designed for supervisors and managers who are the respiratory program administrators for their employers.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will:

  1. Know how to use the OHS Regulation and the WC Act to access health and safety requirements;
  2. Learn each component of the Respiratory Program based on CSA Z94.4-02 requirements;
  3. Understand the basics sources of respiratory hazards;
  4. Understand when a respirator is required and the type of respirator needed;
  5. Know how to choose the appropriate equipment including filters and cartridges;
  6. Perform fit tests on various types of respirators;
  7. Perform seal checks before each use;
  8. Care and maintenance of respirators; and
  9. Learn how to set up a documentation process for the program.

Delivery Method

The Respiratory Program Adminstrator class is divided into three parts:

  • Theory;
  • Fit testing of selected respirators; and
  • Table top and case study.

Demonstration of Skills and Knowledge

  • Perform a fit test with the pre-screening steps;
  • Develop an outline / plan for their employer; and
  • Complete an exam (75% passing grade required).

Topics

  1. WorkSafe requirements (includes the CSA Z94.4 02);
  2. Respirator program based on CSA requirements;
  3. What is a respirator;
  4. Types of respiratory hazards;
  5. Selecting and using the right respirator;
  6. Seal check ;
  7. How to perform a fit test and demonstrating this skill;
  8. Care and maintenance; and
  9. Develop a program.
09 Fire Safety

Instructional time: full day

Target Audience: This program was designed for workers that may need to use fire safety equipment. It is ideal for organizations that would like to provide their staff with additional safety knowledge that could be used at home or at work.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will:

  1. Understand the triangle of fire;
  2. Understand the hazards related to combustion and fire;
  3. Learn about the types of fire extinguishing equipment;
  4. Learn how to safely use fire extinguishers* ; and
  5. Understand when it’s time to go.

Delivery Method

The Fire Safety class is divided into three parts:

  • Theory;
  • Video; and
  • Practical.

Demonstration of Skills and Knowledge: Practice extinguishing a fire; and complete an exam (75% passing grade required).

Topics

  1. Fire behaviour;
  2. Triangle of fire;
  3. Related hazards;
  4. Types of fire;
  5. Fire safety equipment;
  6. Use of fire safety equipment;
  7. Fire Prevention tips;
  8. Extinguish a fire; and
  9. Practical.
10 Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)

Instructional time: 1/2 day

Target Audience: This course is required for workers and supervisors who work with hazardous materials (controlled products) in the workplace.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will:

  1. Know how to use the OHS Regulation and the WC Act to access health and safety requirements;
  2. Explain the requirements for worker education and training;
  3. Define hazardous materials;
  4. Identify hazard symbols;
  5. Explain the communication system;
  6. List the requirements of supplier and workplace labels;
  7. Prepare a workplace label;
  8. Identify and explain each section of the MSDS; and
  9. Explain requirements for WHMIS program review.

Delivery Method: The WHMIS class is divided into two parts theory; and table top exercises.

Demonstration of Skills and Knowledge

  • Match hazard symbols;
  • Develop workplace label; and
  • Complete an exam (75% passing grade required).

Topics

  1. Use of WorkSafe BC and federal regulations;
  2. Worker training and education;
  3. Supplier and workplace labels; and
  4. Material Safety Data Sheets.
11 Rigging Safety Basics

Instructional time: 1/2 day

Target Audience: This course is intended for workers that operate portable and fixed cranes and hoists.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will:

  1. Know the legal requirements and procedures for safe use of cranes, hoist and proper rigging methods;
  2. Know how to identify basic hazards and controls critical to safety;
  3. Plan the load and slinging in a safe manner;
  4. Understand how to raise, move and lower loads safely; and
  5. Develop strategies to problem solve when using rigging.

Delivery Method

The Rigging Safety Basics class is divided into three parts:

  • Theory;
  • Tabletop exercises;
  • Practical scenario; and
  • Complete an exam (75% passing grade required).

Demonstration of Skills and Knowledge: Demonstration of rigging; and demonstration of inspection.

Topics

  1. Use of WorkSafe OHS Regulation;
  2. Rigging safety;
  3. Charts – Part I – safe working loads – wire rope slings;
  4. Charts – Part II – wire rope slings;
  5. Types of slings; and
  6. Charts – Part III – wire rope clips.
12 Return to Work Programs

Instructional time – full day

Target Audience:

This course is specifically designed for supervisors and managers who want to develop a gradual return to work program or are assigned to become the program administrators.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will:

  1. Know how to use the OHS Regulation and the WC Act to access health and safety requirements;
  2. Learn components of various types of return to work programs;
  3. Develop a documentation process for the program;
  4. Understand how a return to work program is one part of a functioning health and safety program; and
  5. Understand the cost benefit of implementing a return to work program.

Delivery Method

The Return to Work course is divided into three parts theory, table top exercises and case study.

Demonstration of Skills and Knowledge: Present case study and develop an outline program for their employer.

Topics

  1. Use of WorkSafe OHS Regulation;
  2. Rights of workers;
  3. Documentation systems from injury, physician and WCB;
  4. Duty to accommodate;
  5. Safe work procedures;
  6. Basic understanding of alternative jobs, modified tasks and light duties; and
  7. Steps in setting up a return to work program.
13 Office Ergonomics

Instructional time – 1/2 day

Target Audience: This course is intended for office workers and supervisors that want to learn office ergonomics to prevent musculoskeletal injuries (MSIs) and repetitive strain injuries (RSIs).

Learning Outcomes

Participants will:

  1. Understand basic concepts of ergonomics;
  2. Recognize MSI and RSI hazards in an office setting;
  3. Know types of MSIs and RSIs;
  4. Perform a basic hazard management procedure;
  5. Identify key points in the environment that effect ergonomics;
  6. Understand proactive techniques to prevent MSIs and RSIs; and
  7. Perform a site assessment.

Delivery Method: The Office Ergonomics course is divided into two parts: theory and practical application in the worksite.

Demonstration of Skills and Knowledge: Perform an ergonomic assessment.

Topics

  1. Use of WorkSafe OHS Regulation;
  2. Fundamentals of ergonomics;
  3. MSI and RSI causes; and
  4. Basic hazard management procedure.

Note: The instructor can perform ergonomic assessments if the client does not want the educational component.

14 Conf. Space Rescue Industry non IDLH EOCP -1.6 CEU’s

Course Duration:

Instructed in English – 2 days, Instructed in translation – 4 days

Course Format: Classroom and practical exercises

Certification: Certificate of Attendance upon successful completion

Pre-requisites: Nil

This course is intended for individuals that will be employed as rescue persons in a confined space capacity, but not in an IDLH environment. Personnel are trained in not only the hazards and entry requirements of confined spaces, but also some of the required rescue competencies as outlined in NFPA 1006 and NFPA 1670. The competencies include but are not limited to, ropes and knots, hazard recognition and appropriate control measures, patient packaging, atmospheric monitoring and toxicology. The course concludes with practical scenarios of varying difficulty in multiple types of confined spaces.

At the end of this highly interactive training, participants will be able to:

  • Identify types and classes of confined spaces
  • Comprehend regulations in regards to confined space rescue
  • Utilize hazard recognition and mitigation techniques
  • Perform basic emergency scene management
  • Understand and utilize confined space documentation
  • Choose appropriate ventilation types and techniques
  • Choose and operate personal protective equipment
  • Understand toxicology in relation to monitoring
  • Use atmospheric monitoring equipment
  • Understand team positions and responsibilities
  • Rig rescue systems for confined spaces
  • Understand tripod rigging and use
  • Build simple and compound mechanical advantage systems
  • Utilize rescue ropes and tie applicable knots Package a patient in an appropriate device
15 Confined Space Rescue for Industry (IDLH)

Course Duration: Instructed in English – 4 days; Instructed in translation – 8 days

Course Format: Classroom and practical exercises

Certification: Certificate of Attendance upon successful completion

Pre-requisites: Nil

This course is intended for individuals that will be employed as rescue persons for confined space entries, in an immediately dangerous to life and health (IDLH) environment. Personnel are trained in recognizing hazards and the entry requirements of confined spaces, as well as some of the required rescue competencies as outlined in NFPA 1006 and NFPA 1670. These include but are not limited to, ropes and knots, hazard recognition and appropriate control measures, patient packaging, atmospheric monitoring and toxicology. The course concludes with practical scenarios of varying difficulty in multiple types of confined spaces.

At the end of this highly interactive training, participants will be able to:

  • Identify types and classes of confined spaces
  • Understand local safe work regulations in regards to confined spaces
  • Utilize hazard recognition and mitigation techniques
  • Utilize the incident command system and basic emergency scene magement
  • Choose appropriate ventilation types and techniques
  • Choose and operate personal protective equipment
  • Use atmospheric monitoring equipment
  • Understand team positions and responsibilities
  • Use supplied air respirators and/or self contained breathing apparatus
  • Rig rescue systems for confined spaces
  • Understand tripod rigging and use
  • Build simple and compound mechanical advantage systems
  • Utilize rescue ropes and tie applicable knots
  • Package a patient in an appropriate device
16 Confined Space Rescue Technician

Course Duration: Instructed in English – 5 days; Instructed in translation – 10 days

Course Format: Classroom and practical exercises

Certification: Certificate of Attendance upon successful completion

Pre-requisites: Nil

This course is intended for individuals that will be employed as rescue persons in a confined space capacity. Personnel are trained in not only the hazards and entry requirements of confined spaces, but will also acquire the skills and knowledge to safely and effectively coordinate, perform, and supervise a technical confined space rescue incident. The student will acquire skills and knowledge of ropes and knots, respiratory and communication systems, hazard recognition and appropriate control measures, patient packaging, atmospheric monitoring, advanced concepts in incident command, rescue strategies and tactics, rope based rescue systems, site management, team leadership, equipment and resource management, information gathering and utilization, advanced rescue techniques, technical rescue pre-planning and rescue scene management and toxicology. This program meets the training requirements for basic and general entry operations as determined by most state/provincial regulatory bodies and National Fire Protection Agency (NFPA) 1670 Confined Space Rescue Technician Level.

At the end of this highly interactive training, participants will be able to:

  • Identify types and classes of confined spaces
  • Understand local safe work regulations in regards to confined spaces
  • Utilize hazard recognition and mitigation techniques
  • Utilize the incident command system and basic emergency scene management
  • Choose appropriate ventilation types and techniques
  • Choose and operate personal protective equipment
  • Use atmospheric monitoring equipment
  • Understand team positions and responsibilities
  • Use supplied air respirators and/or self contained breathing apparatus
  • Rig rescue systems for confined spaces
  • Understand tripod rigging and use
  • Build simple and compound mechanical advantage systems
  • Utilize rescue ropes and tie applicable knots
  • Package a patient
  • Create an emergency decontamination corridor

First Aid Programs

01 Occupational First Aid Level 1

Instructional time: 7 hours

Certification lasts 2 years

Target Audience: This course is for workers required to have Occupational First Aid Training under the WCB Requirement.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will:

  1. Perform the priority action approach and primary survey;
  2. Perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) 1 Rescuer on an Adult;
  3. Treat minor injuries, major bleeds and medical emergencies.
  4. Follow prescribed WCB documentation guidelines.

Delivery Method

The Occupational First Aid Level 1 course is divided into 3 parts: theory, video; and practical.

Demonstration of Skills and Knowledge: 30 minute written exam 70% and demonstrate all first aid skills learned in the class.

Topics

  1. Legal Responsibilities, roles and duties of the Occupational First Aid Attendant;
  2. Scene assessment and primary survey ;
  3. C-Spine control;
  4. Airway, breathing and circulatory emergencies for an adult;
  5. Minor Injuries (skin, soft tissue and eye injuries, burn management, poisons); and
  6. Medical emergencies.
02 AED (Automated External Defibrillator)

Instructional time: 4.5 hours

Target Audience: This course is for workers where an AED Program has been implemented in their workplace or for any individuals that would like to expand their knowledge of CPR to include AED training.

Learning Outcomes

Participants will:

  1. Perform the priority action approach and primary survey;
  2. Learn how to perform Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) 1 Rescuer on an adult, child and infant (CPRC) and use an Automated External Defibrillator (AED);
  3. Learn when and how to use and AED;
  4. Learn how to develop an effective AED response program;

Delivery Method: The AED course is divided into 2 parts: theory and practical.

Demonstration of Skills and Knowledge: 30 minute written exam 75% and demonstrate all first aid skills learned in the class.

Topics

  1. Preparing to respond;
  2. The EMS system;
  3. Check, call, care;
  4. Airway, breathing & circulation emergencies for adult, child and infant;
  5. Functions and limitations of the AED;
  6. Positioning of the AED in your facility; and
  7. Maintenance of your AED

3M™ Training Programs

01 Qualitative Fit Test Workshop

3M is proud to offer an intermediate level respiratory protection course. It is intended for individuals who will be responsible for conducting qualitative fit testing within their workplace. Participants will receive an understanding of the theory and practice of qualitative fit testing. In addition they will receive fit testing instructions.

Upon successful completion of this course, all attendee will have covered the following areas:

  • Basic requirements for the CSA Standard Z94.4-11.
  • Types of respirators:
               o Air purifying (reusable, filtering facepiece, and PAPR)
               o Air Supplying (airline and air cylinder)
  • Roles and responsibilities of the employer and end user for respiratory protection.
  • Nature, forms and effects of hazards in the workplace.
  • Operation, limitations and capabilities of respiratory protection equipment.
  • Selection, use, maintenance, care and storage of respiratory protection equipment.
  • Instructions on when to replace filters or cartridges.
  • Conducting Qualitative Fit Test according to CSA Z94.4-11.
  • Emergency/Malfunction procedures.

As an end user of 3M Respiratory Protection Products, the cost of this course is of “No Charge” to you. We do request that you purchase a 3M FT 30 Qualitative Fit Test Kit from your local dealer to use at your company site. Note this workshop is a $250 per person Value Added Service.

02 Advanced Respiratory Training

The 3M Advanced Respiratory Training program offers an extensive educational workshop on respiratory protection and implementation for all industries. By ensuring the most up to date standards and protocols are taught, this program will gave individuals the confidence and skills necessary to fulfill the applicable regulatory requirements. Included in this session, participants will be provided comprehensive training on the changes to the CSA Z94.4 Selection, Use and Care of Respirators standard.

Course Overview:
Legislative overview

  • Comparison of the CSA standard Z94.4-02 version to the new version of 2011.
  • Details on the major changes in the new standard

Elements of respiratory protection program

  • Sampling strategy, Respirator selection, Medical surveillance and pre-screening, Training , Fit testing

Qualitative fit testing

  • Anatomy of a respirator – parts, pieces
  • Respirator facial fit
  • Donning/Doffing
  • Components of a qualitative kit
  • Trouble shooting
  • Fit Testing

Receive certification maintenance points: 1 point for ROH/ROHT, 0.5 points for CRSP for full day attendance.

03 Hearing Conservation Seminars

Hearing Conservation Seminars offer an extensive education in hearing-loss prevention for various workplace settings. Administration of a hearing loss prevention program consists of more than merely purchasing and dispensing hearing protectors. Audiometric testing, education and motivation, and a program
evaluation are but a few of the additional important aspects this seminar covers.

This program is designed for industrial, government, and military personnel who are involved in, or training and the dispensing of hearing protection devices.
Attendees normally include Industrial hygienists, health and safety personnel, Nurses, Audiologists, Consultants, Engineers and Medical staff.

Course Overview:

  • Hearing protection – testing, rating, and performance.
  • Selection, fitting, use and care.
  • Communication in noise.
  • Overview of hearing loss prevention programs.
  • Studying for your hearing testing.
  • Recordable hearing loss and determination of work relatedness.
  • Hearing forward- the future ear.
  • Administrative issues and education credits.

Course Length: Full day (8:30AM – 4:30PM)
Attendance: Minimum of 4 people, Maximum of 15

Successful implementation of a program via education, motivation, supervision, and team work, will be stressed. Effective use of annual audiometric testing, identification of standards threshold shifts (STSs), determination of work relatedness, and take home training skills, will also be examined. Each participant
will also receive resources, presentation material, accreditations and a certificate of attendance.

04 Hearing Protection Tips & Tools Workshop

The 3M Hearing Protection Tips and Tools Workshop offers an extensive education in hearing-loss prevention for industrial settings. Attendees are provided with valuable tips to encourage employees to take control of their own health with hearing conservation.

The program is designed for industrial, government, and military personnel who are involved in, or training and the dispensing of hearing protection devices.
Attendees normally include Industrial hygienists, Health and safety personnel, members of H&S committees, and Occupational health nurses.

Course Overview:

  • How the ear works.
  • Effects of noise.
  • Hearing Protection Devices (HPDs).
  • Selection
  • Types of HPDs
  • Use & care of HPDs
  • Fit Testing of HPDs.

Course Length: Half a day (9:00AM - 12:00PM or 1:00pm – 4:00pm)
Attendance: Minimum of 4 people, Maximum of 15

After each session participants will be equipped with the necessary knowledge and skill to understand the effects of a hazardous noise and the selection of appropriate HPD for their work environment and be able to train and motivate their employees in the proper use of hearing protective devices. Each participant will also receive resources, presentation material and certificate of attendance.

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