Standard First Aid – CPR & AED (BC Certification Available)

This 2 day Standard First Aid Course covers the essential modules required for first aid certification and utilizes less theory and workbooks, and more scenarios and practical applications. The focus is on recognition of life-threatening injuries while learning to provide intervention until medical aid arrives. Students demonstrate artificial respiration, how to assist with airway obstructions, and how to deal with shock and unconsciousness. They learn to control deadly bleeding, how to deal with bone & joint injuries of upper and lower limbs, and proper first aid for head and spinal injuries. CPR for adult victims is covered thoroughly.

This course includes the latest first aid and CPR guidelines. It meets federal and a variety of provincial/territorial regulations for Standard First Aid and CPR. This course exceeds competitors’ standards by including injury prevention content, CPR, and AED.

Course Overview:

  • Preparing to respond
  • The EMS system
  • Check, Call, Care
  • Airway emergencies
  • Breathing and circulation emergencies
  • First aid for respiratory and cardiac arrest
  • Wound care
  • Head and spine injuries
  • Bone, muscle and joint injuries
  • Sudden medical emergencies
  • Environmental emergencies
  • Poisons

This also includes the same modules as found in Emergency First Aid Training, as well as:

  • Bone and joint injuries
  • Head and spine
  • Burns
  • Eye injuries
  • Medical conditions
  • Environmental injuries/illnesses

Class Size: Maximum 18                 Certification: Red Cross       Expiry:   3-years

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H 2 S Alive (ENFORM)

As the industry standard in Canada and recognized around the world, students will learn how to work safely in and around hydrogen sulphide (H2S) environments.

DESIGNED FOR

All workers in the petroleum industry who could be exposed to hydrogen sulphide H2S. This class includes both physical and theory portions.

TOPICS INCLUDE

  • H2S properties, Health Hazards and Locations – Including worker exposure limits
  • Hazard Assessment and Control – Including H2S case studies
  • Respiratory Protective Equipment – Including Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus
  • Detection of H2S – Gas detection demonstrations with various detection devices
  • Initial Response Strategy – 7 steps; including 4 rescue techniques and case studies

COMPLETION

Upon successful completion of the written exam with a minimum score of 70%, you will receive a Certificate of Completion that is valid for three years.

H2S Alive receives 0.5 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) in the Alberta Environment Water and Wastewater Operator Certification Program.

IMPORTANT: Students must present government-issued photo ID at the start of class.

Duration: 1 Day

Class Size: Maximum 20                 Certification: ENFORM                                            Expiry: 3-years

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ODA – Oilfield Driver Awareness (ENFORM)

This course will help you gain knowledge to improve your on-road safe driving behaviours and attitudes as well as gain the understanding of what being a professional driver entails. Topics covered in this program are Professional Driving Attitude, Off-Highway Driving Techniques, Defensive Driving Skills, Regulatory and Policies, National Safety Code (NSC) requirements, Proper Vehicle Inspection, Road Conditions and Hazards and Journey Management.  Students in possession of an Alberta Operator’s License receiving 80% or better on the written examination are eligible for a reduction of up to three demerit points from their driver’s license from Alberta Transportation through any Alberta registries agent.
Class Size: Maximum 20                 Certification: ENFORM                                            Expiry:   3-years

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Fall Protection (Comprehensive & OSSA Available)

The emphasis of this course is placed on equipment and techniques while maintaining a proactive approach to ensure safety when working in high places. Students gain an understanding of falling hazards and fall protection procedures and regulations.  Potential fall consequences are discussed to ensure that proper fall protection equipment is used.  Students learn how to perform an equipment inspection and how to evaluate hazards.

This end-user program will allow you to understand the use of fall protection, as it relates to what you do at height. Various fall protection options exist, this course will identify which options may best meet your needs, and give you the tools and knowledge to work at height safely.

The course material is energetically delivered and includes hands-on activities, video analysis, and focuses on student participation. The course is delivered by one of our highly qualified instructors.

COURSE OVERVIEW

  • Hazard identification
  • Regulatory bodies
  • Fall safety systems and planning
  • Shared and personal systems
  • Anchor points
  • Body holding devices
  • Connectors
  • HLL / VLL / SRL
  • Descent/Rescue – overview
  • Equipment care
  • Hands-on workshops
  • Fall arrest system evaluation (video analysis)

Class Size: Maximum 16                 Certification: The Fall Protection Group              Expiry:   3-years

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Aerial Work Platform (AWP)

This training program is designed to ensure that operator knowledge and practical skills meet current national safety standards and regulations. The course is ideal for all Operators as it is designed to reinforce the importance of proper safety and handling techniques. The program addresses: hazards, precautions, operating and emergency controls and safety devices, pre-start visual inspections, inspection of the work place, safe operation and regulations relating to the operation of Self-Elevating Work Platform.
Prerequisite: Fall Protection         Expiry: 3-years

Class Size: Maximum 15

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Detection & Control of Flammable Substances

The course will stress the importance of function testing (bump testing) before operating any gas monitor. Students are led through a typical function test and learn what to look for when function testing which includes:

  • Use/function/limitations       
  • Multi/single head             
  • Personal monitors               
  • LEL’S
  • Electronic monitors                
  • Pump/bellows style         
  • Function/bump tests           
  • Gas detection theory

Course Objectives

  • Upon completion of this course, the students will:
  • Understand how to prevent injuries, fatalities and property damage due to exposure to flammable substance by properly informing workers to be aware of the different dangers in the workplace
  • Be aware of the characteristics of flammable liquids, gases, and vapours.
  • Obtain basic knowledge and skills in order to protect themselves and others from exposure to toxic/flammable substances.

To ensure the information discussed in this course is understood and retained, all students will participate in practical exercises.

Expiry:    3-years

Class Size: Maximum 20

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Ground Disturbance Level II – (Global)

Level II® is designed for any party that is supervising a ground disturbance, independently performing a ground disturbance, or issuing and receiving ground disturbance permits. The program ensures that Level II® personnel are familiar with, and fully understand all the regulations and variances involved when a ground disturbance takes place. The course is presented in a logical sequence – from the pre-planning stage to the actual dig – and highlights the “‘musts” compared to the “shoulds”. Level II is the standardized program recognized by industry regulators.

Students learn how to clarify sources when searching for underground facilities, provide notification to the facility owner and receive owner notification. Students gain an understanding of the necessary approvals/crossing agreements and regulations necessary before creating a ground disturbance. They learn to create a plot plan/site drawing, gain an understanding of line locating and learn about types of exposure. Students will also learn how to do a back-fill inspection, as well as how to use permits and conduct pre-job meetings. Emergency response plans and what to do in case an underground facility is contacted are also covered.
This course covers the information in Level I® as well as:

  • Regulations
  • Variances
  • The dig
  • Pre-planning the dig
  • Clarify all sources for searching
  • Notify facility owners
  • Approvals/crossing agreements
  • Line locating
  • Types of exposure
  • IRP 17 standard

Certification: Global Expiry: 3-years

Class Size: Maximum 36

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Confined Space Entry and ‘Basic’ Rescue

Students physically interact in a confined space simulator. The students are guided safely through various scenarios from basic entry to non-tank entry rescue of fallen workers & self-rescue. Students will be required to perform basic evacuations while using breathing apparatus. The emphasis is placed on the entrant’s safety first. Basic rescue techniques will enable them to implement an efficient rescue in a variety of possible situations.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the students will:

  • Obtain a basic knowledge of entering a confined space & ‘basic’ rescues.
  • Be able to identify the various types of hazards that may occur when working within or around confined spaces.
  • Demonstrate practical skills with a breathing apparatus, and enter a simulator to understand what it is like to work within a confined space.
  • Go over the rules and regulations one must be aware of when working with confined spaces.

To ensure the information discussed in this course is understood and retained, all students participate in practical exercises.

Expiry: 3-years

Class Size: Maximum 20

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Skid Steer Training

The student will receive classroom and practical instruction describing the operator’s daily inspection report and safe operation of the skid steer.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the students will:

  • Understand the skid steer fundamentals and safety features.
  • Have a basic knowledge and understanding of the balance, stability, and capacity.
  • Identify the controls and their functions.
  • Understand why maintenance is important.
  • Be aware of safe load handling techniques.

To ensure the information discussed in this course is understood and retained, all students participate in practical exercises.

Operator safety training is a key component that is required for all individuals who use and operate a skid steer. Ensuring that you are properly trained to use the equipment will reduce the risk of injury to yourself and fellow employees.

Through this training course, you will learn a basic understanding of the safety requirements that are required when you operate a skid steer, and you will understand the importance of your role in maintaining safe working conditions. It is important that you are aware of the basic safe operations, and the specific safe operations for the skid steer that you will be using, as not all skid steers are the same. This will allow you to reduce the risk of any product, property, or injury occurring at your workplace.

PREREQUISITES:  Students must present a valid Alberta driver’s license or learner’s permit.  Students must be at least 18 years of age to attend this course.

Expiry: 3-years

Class Size: Maximum 20

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Forklift Training

The student will receive classroom and practical instruction describing the operator’s daily inspection report and safe operation of the forklift.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the students will:

  • Understand the forklift fundamentals and safety features.
  • Have a basic knowledge and understanding of the balance, stability, and capacity.
  • Identify the controls and their functions.
  • Understand why maintenance is important.
  • Be aware of the safe load handling techniques.

To ensure the information discussed in this course is understood and retained, all students participate in practical exercises.

Operator safety training is a key component that is required for all individuals who use and operate a forklift. Ensuring that you are properly trained to use the equipment will reduce the risk of injury to yourself and fellow employees.

Through this training course, you will learn a basic understanding of the safety requirements that are required when you operate a forklift, and you will understand the importance of your role in maintaining safe working conditions. It is important that you are aware of the basic safe operations, and the specific safe operations for the forklift that you will be using, as not all forklifts are the same. This will allow you to reduce the risk of any product, property, or injury occurring at your workplace.

PREREQUISITES: Students must present a valid Alberta driver’s license or learner’s permit. Students must be at least 18 years of age to attend this course.

Expiry: 3-years

Class Size: Maximum 20

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Log Books/Hours of Service & Fatigue Management

This course is designed to provide professional drivers with the knowledge and skills to correctly complete their log books. Participants study transportation regulations as it pertains to hours of service and how to properly record that service. This course also explains the impact of fatigue, and details strategies on fatigue management.

Learning Objectives

  • Fatigue and the human biological clock
  • Recognizing fatigue
  • Interpretation and definitions
  • Responsibilities of motor carriers, shippers, consignees, and others
  • Responsibilities of driver’s safety officers, dispatchers, and managers
  • Required off-duty time
  • Limitations on driving in on-duty times
  • Daily log requirements
  • Sleeper berth usage by teams and single drivers
  • Permits
  • Emergency and adverse driving conditions
  • Radius record requirements
  • Monitoring of driver’s compliance by motor carriers
  • Carrier’s policies/procedures that may be beyond regulatory requirements
  • Enforcement (on road and administrative)
  • Scheduling and dispatching
  • Carrier internal monitoring to determine if the program is it effective

This course meets the criteria set out by the Alberta Department of Transportation.

Expiry: 3-years

Class Size: Maximum 20

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‘Live’ Fire Extinguisher Training (FEHM Compliant)

This program is designed to introduce personnel to the basic techniques required to effectively utilize a 30 lb. dry chemical fire extinguisher in a ‘live’ fire application. The classroom theory covers classes of extinguishers, basic elements of a fire, fire chemical agents and the operation of a 30 lb. cartridge-operated fire extinguisher. Students will review practical fire field evolutions, and successfully extinguish fires with a 30 lb. dry chemical extinguisher at increasing levels of difficulty.

  • Use of 30 lb. dry chemical extinguisher
  • Types/ratings of extinguishers
  • Classes of fire
  • Chemical agents
  • Basic elements of fire
  • Extinguishing techniques

Expiry:    3-years

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Telehandler Training

The students will review safety regulations & standards as well as the fundamentals and the field hazard identification.  They will also do a pre-trip inspection, job safety analysis and learn the safe operations of a Telehandler. In addition, they will review the principles of balance and stability and how to properly start and shut down the machine.  There will be a discussion on operating on slopes and how to safely operate load handling.

Operator safety training is a key component that is required for all individuals who use and operate a telehandler. Ensuring that you are properly trained to use the equipment will reduce the risk of injury to yourself and fellow employees.

Through this training course, you will learn a basic understanding of the safety requirements that are required when you operate a telehandler, and you will understand the importance of your role in maintaining safe working conditions. It is important that you are aware of the basic safe operations, and the specific safe operations for the telehandler that you will be using, as not all telehandlers are the same. This will allow you to reduce the risk of any product, property, or injury occurring at your workplace.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the students will:

  • Understand how weight distribution affects the telehandler’s steering and stability.
  • Identify controls and their functions.
  • Be aware of safety features and their importance.
  • Gain an understanding of the fundamentals for safe and efficient maneuvering, traveling and working with a telehandler.
  • Understand why maintenance is important.
  • To ensure the information discussed in this course is understood and retained, all students will participate in practical exercises.

Expiry: 3-years

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Ground Disturbance Level I®

This program is designed to ensure personnel are aware of the hazards and necessary items required to ensure safety. Participants are always under the direct guidance of a ground disturbance supervisor with Level II® certification. The Level I® program was designed to meet the regulatory requirements for companies with a massive, fully supervised labour base. Emphasis is placed on recognizing hazards, and knowing when to stop work and inform the supervisor for further assessment. This course is assessed to the ABCGA 101 Ground Disturbance Standard.

Learning objectives:

  • Explain what a ground disturbance is, and when and why common hits occur
  • Define what a Code of Practice is, and the need for one
  • How to undertake a ground disturbance
  • Distances involved when searching for an underground facility
  • Illustrate minimum sources for searching for underground facilities
  • Permits and pre-job meetings
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Emergency First Aid – CPR & AED (BC Certification Available)

Emergency First Aid program covers the essential modules required for first aid certification. This basic one-day course offers an overview of first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for the workplace or home. It includes the latest first aid and CPR guidelines. Meets OHS regulations for Basic First Aid. This course exceeds competitor standards by including injury prevention content, CPR and AED.

Course Content:

  • Recognize life-threatening injuries and first aid treatment
  • Scene management
  • Shock and unconsciousness
  • Airway obstruction
  • Artificial respiration/CPR for adults (cardiovascular emergencies)
  • Deadly bleeding
  • Preparing to respond
  • The EMS system
  • Check, Call, Care
  • Breathing and circulation emergencies
  • First aid for respiratory and cardiac arrest
  • Wound care

Class Size: Maximum 18                 Certification: Red Cross       Expiry:   3-years

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Confined Space Awareness

This course gives students the information and tools to correctly identify a confined space, and the hazards, equipment, and preparation required to meet the legislation. Students learn how to identify, prepare for entry, how to test and measure the atmosphere and what protective equipment to wear.

Learning Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the students will:

  • Obtain a basic knowledge of entering a confined space & ‘basic’ rescues.
  • Be able to identify the various types of hazards that may occur when working within or around confined spaces.
  • Demonstrate practical skills with a breathing apparatus, and enter a simulator to understand what it is like to work within a confined space.
  • Go over the rules and regulations one must be aware of when working with confined spaces.

Expiry: 3-years

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Wilderness Awareness

This course covers bears, moose, cougars, snakes, scorpions, ticks, bees and poisonous plants and provides guidance for pre-planning before you enter bear country and on-site situations.  It was created to provide the most current information on bear avoidance for members of the public and industry alike.  This program provides direction on how best to handle situations using the knowledge and experiences of experts from the field.  It also provides students with the knowledge to recognize potentially dangerous situations and the understanding of the best methods to diffuse these hazardous situations.
Expiry: 3-years

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WHMIS 2015 – (Workplace Hazard Material Information System)

This program covers the basics skills to work safely around hazardous materials. The course covers worker education, workplace labeling and emphasizes the importance of understanding Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS’s).

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Employer-specific certification is required by legislation. Clients may authorize TriTech Safety & Training Inc. to issue employer specific certification.

This course meets all of Health Canada’s training requirements under the Hazardous Products Regulations (HPR), for all persons involved in handling workplace chemicals.

The WHMIS 2015 online course centers around 6 WHMIS stories, which bring in real life events, told by real people in real workplaces. The video, animations, engaging games and skill-building exercises will engage the adult learner and make for an interesting and educational learning experience. Our courses focus on elements that ensure the information is understood, retained and easily resourced.

A final exam to complete the course and a printable certificate along with a Digital Badge are issued upon completion. Free printable resources are included such as our WHMIS sample label, poster, sample SDS, glossary and a workplace exercise sheet for additional training.

Self-study packages available

Course Features:

  • Industry recognized, printable WHMIS certificate
  • Interesting and engaging learning content created by industry experts
  • Same day certification, begin your training in minutes
  • Stop and go at your convenience
  • Printable resources for easy reference and use
  • Fully tablet compatible – iPad, iPhone
  • Easily accessible – stored record of training that can be shared if needed for auditing purposes or proof of certification
  • Digital Badge and certificate
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TDG – (Transportation of Dangerous Goods)

This program is for individuals involved in the transportation and handling of dangerous goods. Topics include TDG legislation, classification, safety marks, documentation, safe handling, incident reporting and emergency response. Emphasis is placed on proper safety marks for items the participants would normally transport. Proper labeling, classification and vehicle inspection for TDG compliance is covered in detail.
*Note: Employer specific certification is required by legislation. Clients may authorize TriTech Safety & Training Inc. to issue employer specific certification.
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Respiratory Protection

Student’s receive basic knowledge of the use, care and maintenance of different types of respiratory protection, which include SCBA’s, SABA’s, and APR’s. Emphasis will be given to the self-contained breathing apparatus. Students are able to explain the types of respiratory protection, and define the need for respiratory protection and the Code of Practice. Students will demonstrate the proper donning and doffing of both a SCBA and SABA.

  • OH&S Regulations
  • Use/care/limitations
  • Code of Practice
  • APR/SCBA/SABA
  • Donning/doffing
  • Connecting to air

Expiry:    3-years

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Overhead Crane & Rigging

This course provides training that will enable workers to use overhead cranes safely and reduce the frequency and severity of overhead crane related incidents. Also covered are Shop Hoisting Equipment and Safety Checks in which students are taught the basic engineering design requirement for overhead cranes, particularly for bridge and jib cranes. Certification standards, crane components, capacity ratings, and how to find more information about cranes (regulations, crane documentation, log books, and maintenance records) are also discussed. In our introduction to rigging, the student is presented with different types of hitches. Participants also learn how to calculate the weight of an object, read a load chart, and choose rigging based on the load. In the Planning and Lifting Execution portion of the course, students discuss safety conditions for moving a load.
Expiry: 3-years

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Hazard Identification

This course provides the student with a basic understanding of loss prevention programs inherent in industry day-to-day activities. Focus will be on prevention and a proactive approach in recognizing hazards before they create harm to people, loss of process or damage to equipment and facilities. Safety Management System tools are presented to the students and utilized within the classroom in a practical exercise. The client may wish to present their own organizations SMS tools. Hazard Identification reports, site inspections, near miss reports, behaviour observations and hazard assessments are all introduced to the students.

  • Employer/employee obligations & responsibilities
  • Safe work practices, hazard identification, worksite inspections, behavior observation and risk assessments

Expiry: 3-years

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