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Fall Protection Training

A significant number of lost time injuries can be attributed to falls in the workplace. While the majority of falls occur on the same level with minor injuries, falls to a lower level usually result in more serious injuries or even death.  Falls can be prevented through proper training.

Our Fall Protection Training Courses will provide participants with an understanding of their responsibilities when working in areas where fall hazards exist.

Fall Protection Training (In-class)

This full-day program is brought to you by Fusion Safety Services, it is designed for workers performing duties where fall hazards exist. The course will provide an in-depth understanding of the use of fall protection as it relates to industry. The subject matter will identify which options may best suit your needs and give you the tools and knowledge to work safety. This course includes hands-on activities, video instruction, student participation, and a written practical test after completing the comprehensive course you will be issued a wallet card valid for three years.

For a complete list of topics covered click here.
  • Fall protection statistics and case studies
  • Fall forces and speeds
  • Types of falls
  • Applicable legislation, including CSA and ANSI standards
  • Fall protection definitions
  • Hazard assessment, elimination, and control
  • Anchor systems
  • Connecting components, including snap hooks and carabineers
  • Lanyards
  • Travel restraint and work positioning
  • Energy absorbers
  • Self-retracting devices
  • Life safety ropes
  • Vertical life lines and fall arrestors
  • Horizontal life lines
  • Full body harnesses
  • Free fall and total fall distance
  • Maximum arresting force
  • Clearance requirements
  • Swing fall hazards
  • Equipment maintenance, storage, and labels
  • Pre-use and formal inspections
  • Manufacturer’s instructions
  • Fall protection and rescue planning
  • Suspension trauma
  • Donning and doffing Harness to ensure correct fit
  • Anchor and connection choice and application/installation.
  • Laminated Wallet Card valid for three years and student reference manual.

We are certified and trained by Fusion Safety Services; a BCCSA Approved Training Provider.

Fall Protection Comprehensive course is widely accepted as Proof of Competency.

This course is held every Tuesday and Thursday except holidays and is available for online registration. To register simply click the Register now button below.

$189.00

Fall Protection Training (Online)

This online Fall Protection Training course covers the basics of fall arrest, travel restraint, and work positioning, including fall protection definitions, components, fall calculations, equipment maintenance, and rescue planning. The course discusses the theoretical and practical aspects of using fall protection equipment for multiple industries, including construction, oil and gas, telecommunication, drilling and service rigs, power generation, and industrial environments.

For a complete list of topics covered click here.
  • Fall protection statistics and case studies
  • Fall forces and speeds
  • Types of falls
  • Applicable legislation, including CSA and ANSI standards
  • Fall protection definitions
  • Hazard assessment, elimination, and control
  • Anchor systems
  • Connecting components, including snap hooks and carabiners
  • Lanyards
  • Travel restraint and work positioning
  • Energy absorbers
  • Self-retracting devices
  • Life safety ropes
  • Vertical life lines and fall arrestors
  • Horizontal life lines
  • Full body harnesses
  • Free fall and total fall distance
  • Maximum arresting force
  • Clearance requirements
  • Swing fall hazards
  • Equipment maintenance, storage, and labels
  • Pre-use and formal inspections
  • Manufacturer’s instructions
  • Fall protection and rescue planning
  • Suspension trauma

Upon successful completion of this online course, a certificate of completion will be available to download and print.

$78.99

Fall Protection Training (Blended)

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Forklift Operator Training

Forklift accidents are more common than people think and can happen in the blink of an eye. Below are  reason why incidents may occur:

  • Driving with the load elevated
  • Improper backing up, turning, braking or accelerating
  • Improper warnings and poor communication during shared tasks
  • Narrow passages, obstacles, poor surface conditions
  • Inadequate servicing of the forklift
  • Horseplay, stunt driving, jerky, erratic driving

Through proper training and hazard assessments, these occurrences can be avoided.

The Forklift Training course is intended for participants who are new to the trade or an experienced operator looking for re-certification to sharpen their skills.

Forklift Operator Training (On-site)

This Class 1, 4 and 5 Counterbalanced Forklift course is approximately 4 hours of theory plus practical. The course includes an instructor led PowerPoint presentation, videos, class exercises, multiple choice test, inspection, function test and operation of a counterbalanced forklift. Call today to discuss onsite group classes.

For a complete list of topics covered click here.

The learning objective of the Counterbalanced Forklift Course is to ensure students demonstrate and understand the following:

  • Counterbalanced Forklift Basics
  • Counterbalanced Forklift Limitations
  • Hazard Assessment and Controls
  • Legislation and Standards
  • Pre-Use Inspection of a Counterbalanced Forklift
  • Safe Operation of a Counterbalanced Forklift

Industrial Lift Truck (Forklift)

  • Standard Referenced CSA-B335-94

$185.00

Forklift Operator Training (Online)

With thousands of lift truck related injuries and fatalities occurring each year, this online Counterbalanced Forklifts course aims to reduce the risks related to sit-down, vertical mast forklifts by teaching you how to become a safe lift truck operator.

For a complete list of topics covered click here.
  • The need to reduce risk to people, products, and property
  • Lift truck fundamentals, including components and their functions
  • The principles of balance, stability, and capacity
  • The importance of a pre-operational inspection
  • The procedures for completing both a visual and operational inspection
  • How to safely enter, exit, and operate lift trucks
  • How to operate lift trucks around pedestrians
  • Guidelines for parking a lift truck
  • Safe methods for picking up, moving, and deploying loads
  • Procedures for surviving incidents
  • Safe procedures for fueling gasoline and diesel powered lift trucks
  • Safe procedures for replacing liquid petroleum tanks
  • The proper methods for changing, charging, and adding water to industrial batteries
  • And more

Upon successful completion of this online course, a certificate of completion will be available for download and printing.

$99.95

Forklift Operator Training (Blended)

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Narrow Aisle Forklift Operator Training

Forklift accidents are more common than people think and can happen in the blink of an eye. Below are  reason why incidents may occur:

  • Driving with the load elevated
  • Improper backing up, turning, braking or accelerating
  • Improper warnings and poor communication during shared tasks
  • Narrow passages, obstacles, poor surface conditions
  • Inadequate servicing of the forklift
  • Horseplay, stunt driving, jerky, erratic driving

Through proper training and hazard assessments, these occurrences can be avoided.

The Forklift Training course is intended for participants who are new to the trade or an experienced operator looking for re-certification to sharpen their skills.

Narrow Aisle Forklift Operator Training (On-site)

This Narrow Aisle Forklift course is approximately 4 hours of theory plus practical. The course includes an instructor led PowerPoint presentation, videos, class exercises, multiple choice test, inspection, function test and operation of a counterbalanced forklift. Call today to discuss onsite group classes.

For a complete list of topics covered click here.

The learning objective of the Narrow Aisle Forklift Course is to ensure students demonstrate and understand the following:

  • Narrow Aisle Forklift Basics
  • Narrow Aisle Forklift Forklift
  • Limitations
  • Hazard Assessment and Controls
  • Legislation and Standards
  • Pre-Use Inspection of a Narrow Aisle Forklift
  • Safe Operation of a Narrow Aisle Forklift

Industrial Lift Truck (Forklift)

  • Standard Referenced CSA-B335-94

$165.00

Narrow Aisle Forklift Operator Training (Blended)

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Elevating Work Platform Operator Training

Articulating and Straight Boom Scissor Platform Lift

Operating an Elevated Work Platform (EWP) is a highly-skilled job that can be very dangerous if not performed properly. The following are a few hazards that are associated with operating these machines.

  • Falls from heights
  • Tipover / Collapse
  • Objects falling from lifts
  • Ejections from lift platforms
  • Electrocutions

The Elevated Work Platform (EWP) supports a wide variety of tasks. It is used for any trade requiring over height work to be done. Our Elevated Work Platform (EWP) Training Course is intended for participants who are new to the trade or an experienced operator looking for re-certification to sharpen their skills.

Elevating Work Platform Operator Training (On-site)

This Elevated Work Platform (EWP) course is approximately 4 hours of theory plus practical. The course includes an instructor-led PowerPoint presentation, videos, class exercises, multiple-choice test, inspection, function test and operation of an EWP.

The student will receive a training credential card for the type of Elevating Work Platform they complete the Practical on (Boom or Scissor or both)

For a complete list of topics covered click here.

The learning objective of the Mobile Elevated Work Platform course is to ensure students demonstrate and understand the following:

  • Legislation and Standards as they relate to Elevated Work Platforms
  • Employer and Worker Responsibilities
  • Elements of Pre-Work Planning
  • Load Limitations and Calculations
  • Stability
  • Pre-Use Check and Visual Inspection
  • Personal Protective Equipment
  • Requirements
  • System Components
  • Working from Heights
  • Platform Types
  • Machine Specific Features
  • Safe Operation
  • The Training and Competency requirements
  • Rescue and Escape Planning
  • Recognition, Evaluation and Control of Hazards

Self-Propelled Boom Supported Elevating Work Platforms (Telescopic / Articulating)

  • Standard Referenced CSA-B354.4-02

Self-Propelled Elevating Work Platform (Scissor Lift)

  • Standard Referenced CSA-B354.2-01

$225.00

Elevating Work Platform Operator Training (Online)

A Canada-Compliant Training Class Online for Aerial Lifts (Boom Lifts & Scissor Lifts). I-CAB Recognized. This course satisfies Canada’s requirements for the classroom portion of operator safety training. Quiz questions along the way prepare you for the final written exam. Upon completion, you will gain access your certificate and a checklist which can be used by your employer to administer the required practical observation.

For a complete list of topics covered click here.
  • Looks at different types of lifts and their anatomy
  • Shows why it’s important to conduct a thorough pre-shift inspection each day before putting a lift into service
  • Looks at aerial lift stability and the importance of knowing the machine’s capacity
  • Emphasizes the importance of planning each lift and setting up the machine properly to avoid hazards and obstacles around the work site
  • Identifies the six most common hazards associated with aerial lift operation and explains how to recognize, avoid or minimize them

Upon successful completion of this online course, a certificate of completion will be available for download and printing.

$99.99

Elevating Work Platform Operator Training (Blended)

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Telehandler Training

3 common accidents are:

  • Hitting or running over a pedestrian
  • Damaging racking and nearby structures
  • Tipovers and rollovers 

A telehandler is somewhat like a forklift but has a boom extension (telescopic cylinder). The increased versatility of a single telescopic or articulating boom that can extend forwards and upwards from the vehicle. Can also be called a zoom boom or rough terrain forklift.

The Telehandler Training course is intended for participants who are new to the trade or an experienced operator looking for re-certification to sharpen their skills.

Telehandler Training (On-site)

This Class 7 Telehandler course is approximately 4 hours of theory plus practical. The course includes an instructor-led PowerPoint presentation, videos, class exercises, multiple-choice test, inspection, function test and operation of a telehandler. 

This course is reserved for companies or individuals that have a Tele-handler.

No Tele-handler? No problem. Call to arrange training on our equipment. 250-258-3255

For a complete list of topics covered click here.

The learning objective of the Telehandler course is to ensure students demonstrate and understand the following:

  • Telehandler Basics
  • Telehandler Types and Limitations
  • Hazard Assessment and Controls
  • Legislation and Standards
  • Pre-Use Inspection of a Telehandler
  • Safe Operation of a Telehandler

Industrial Lift Truck (Forklift)

  • Standard Referenced CSA-B335-94

$225.00

Telehandler Training (Blended)

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Confined Space Training

Confined spaces can be more hazardous than regular workspaces for many reasons. Accidents can happen quickly, often resulting in death. Through proper hazard assessments and control programs, these incidents can be avoided.

Our course will provide participants with an understanding of their responsibilities when working in areas of confined spaces.

Confined Space Training (In-class)

Confined spaces are a tremendous hazardous workplace. Accidents happen quickly, often resulting in death. However, through proper hazard assessments and control, these hazards can be controlled and eliminated.

This course will explain the responsibilities when working in areas of confined spaces.

The BCCSA recognizes this Confined Space Entry and Standby Course. The Alberta version of this course was previously the OSSA Confined Space Entry and Monitor. 

We instruct both the Alberta standard and the BC standard to ensure proof of competency for most industries in both provinces.

Pre-study is recommended, and the student can arrange to pick up of study material before the training day.

For a complete list of topics covered click here.

The learning objective of the Confined Space Course is to ensure students demonstrate and understand the following:

 

  • Confined Space Program requirements
  • Definition of a Confined Space
  • Training and competency requirements
  • Recognition, evaluation, and control of hazards and completing a hazard assessment
  • Classification of Confined Space Levels
  • Legislation requirements (Safety and Protection)
  • Hazardous Substances and Energy (Isolation)
  • Testing and Atmosphere
  • Ventilation and Purging
  • Neutralization and Inerting
  • Entry Permit System

Training materials and wallet card provided upon completion

3-year Certification 

$225.00

Awareness Training (Online)

Confined and restricted spaces pose a risk to your health and safety. Therefore, it’s important that you recognize confined and restricted spaces at the work site and identify the hazards associated with them. You also need to understand the methods for assessing, eliminating, controlling, and monitoring those hazards. This course provides knowledge and training that will help you stay safe if entering or working around confined or restricted spaces.

For a complete list of topics covered click here.
  • Definitions of confined and restricted spaces
  • Common confined and restricted space hazards
  • Procedures for assessment, testing, elimination, and control of hazards
  • PPE requirements for confined space entry
  • Permits, logs, communication systems, and emergency response plans for confined space entry
  • Employer, worker, and monitor responsibilities related to confined spaces

Upon successful completion of this online course, a certificate of completion will be available for download and printing.

$49.99

Entry and Monitor Training (Online)

This online Confined Space Entry and Monitor course defines confined and restricted spaces, explains the hazards associated with them, and provides methods for assessing, eliminating, controlling, and monitoring those hazards. The goal of this course is to help you demonstrate basic knowledge and proficiency in the identification, classification, and monitoring of both confined and restricted spaces. This course also covers requirements as described under Occupational Health and Safety (OH&S) legislation as they relate to confined spaces.

For a complete list of topics covered click here.
  • The differences between confined and restricted spaces
  • Classification systems for confined space entry
  • Common confined and restricted space hazards
  • Procedures for the assessment, testing, elimination, and control of hazards
  • Personal protective equipment requirements for confined space entry
  • Permits, logs, communication systems, and emergency response plans required for confined space entry
  • Employer, worker, and monitor (tending worker) responsibilities as they relate to confined spaces

Upon successful completion of this online course, a certificate of completion will be available for download and printing.

$99.99

WHMIS (GHS)

WHMIS stands for Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System. It is a Canada-wide system that provides employers and workers with information on the hazardous products that are stored and used on work sites.

WHMIS (GHS) (Online)

This online WHMIS 2015 (GHS) course covers key elements of WHMIS 2015, including WHMIS pictograms, supplier and workplace labels, safety data sheets, and worker training. After completing this course, an understanding should be gained of what WHMIS is, WHMIS responsibilities, key components, the hazards WHMIS protects workers from, WHMIS 2015 pictograms, WHMIS 2015 hazard classifications, supplier and workplace labels, and safety data sheets.

For a complete list of topics covered click here.
  • The history of WHMIS and GHS
  • Health and safety statistics
  • Occupational health and safety legislation
  • Industrial hygiene and how it relates to GHS
  • Why we use WHMIS and the GHS systems
  • Harmful substance routes of entry
  • An overview of the WHMIS and GHS systems
  • WHMIS and GHS symbols
  • Workplace labels
  • Material Safety Data Sheets and Safety Data Sheets
  • Requirements for worker education
  • Responsibilities of employers, employees, and suppliers
  • WHMIS at home
  • Controlling chemical hazards
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Safety Data Sheet questions
  • Glossary of terms

Upon successful completion of this online course, a certificate of completion will be available for download and printing.

$29.99

WHMIS and TDG (Online)

This comprehensive bundle provides detailed coverage of Globalized Harmonized System (GHS) and Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS) 2015 training in addition to Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) training. In one place, you’ll find all information required for handling materials in a safe manner and important considerations needed when transporting, and handling, dangerous goods within Canada.

For a complete list of topics covered click here.

GHS and WHMIS 2015:

  • The history of WHMIS and GHS
  • Health and safety statistics
  • Occupational health and safety legislation
  • Industrial hygiene and how it relates to GHS
  • Why we use WHMIS and the GHS systems
  • Harmful substance routes of entry
  • An overview of the WHMIS and GHS systems
  • WHMIS and GHS symbols
  • Workplace labels
  • Material Safety Data Sheets and Safety Data Sheets
  • Requirements for worker education
  • Responsibilities of employers, employees, and suppliers
  • WHMIS at home
  • Controlling chemical hazards
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Safety Data Sheet questions
  • Glossary of terms

TDG Transportation of Dangerous Goods- Clear Language Canadian Edition:

  • Introduction
  • Enforcement
  • Common Definitions
  • Responsibilities of Shipper/Driver/Receiver
  • Exemptions from TDG
  • Classification of Dangerous Goods
  • Hazard Levels for Classes of Dangerous Goods
  • The Dangerous Goods Regulations and Schedules 1, 2, and 3
  • Primary and Subsidiary Classification
  • Safety Marks
  • Shipping Document
  • Appendix A Information Required on a Shipping Document
  • Steps to Prepare Shipments of Dangerous Goods.
  • TDG Test

GHS and WHMIS 2015: Upon successful completion of this online course, a certificate of completion will be available for download and printing

TDG Transportation of Dangerous Goods- Clear Language Canadian Edition: Certificate of completion, provided upon completion of the program.

$54.49

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