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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

Lockout

This course is intended for any personnel that will be working with or around equipment where lockout or isolation is required. This course gives the participant the information required to understand what is involved in locking out hazardous energy sources, and when it is required. The outcome will leave the student with an understanding of the hazards associated with uncontrolled energy and methods to ensure worker safety. Group lockout permits and lockout forms will be used.

Dates: This course is available for groups.

Course Length: 4 hours

Method of course delivery:

75% Presentation, Discussions & Demonstration 25% Student Exercises

Student/instructor ratio: 12/1

 
 
 
 
Confined Space Entry + IDLH Rescue (32hrs)
Confined Space Entry + Standby Attendant
Confined Space Entry + Standby Attendant + Basic Rescue
Confined Space-SCBA/SAR (4hrs)
Fall Protection - 8 Hrs
Gas Detection (4hrs)

This course is intended for any personnel that will be entering, working in, providing stand-by for or monitoring confined spaces. This course gives the participant the information required to understand units of measure, sensor technology, sensor response and calibration, principals of gasses and principals of atmospheric testing. The outcome will leave the student with a clear understanding of how to accurately detect hazardous gasses using a portable gas detector, how to read and understand what the detector is indicating, and how to respond to the reading to maintain worker safety. Gas testing forms will be used.

Dates: This course is available for groups.

Course Length: 4 hours

Method of course delivery:60% Presentation, Discussions & Demonstration 40% Student Exercises

Student/instructor ratio: 12/1

 

Ladder Safety
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.

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.