This advanced course is designed to allow participants to engage in the incident investigation process through a practical approach.
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BCMSA has teamed up with St. John Ambulance to offer First Aid training. Discounted prices for these courses are available for BCMSA members. BCMSA members will register directly by telephone or in person at any one of the St. John Ambulance BC branches using the promotional code ‘BCMSA’. Visit https://portal.sja.ca/eRegistrationSearch/ for course information.
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This workshop is for municipal employees who have responsibility for planning and setting up work zones as a regular or occasional part of their work.
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Bill 9 received Royal Assent on May 14 and contains a number of changes to Part 3 of the Workers Compensation Act (the Act). The changes are designed to improve workplace health and safety and strengthen the tools WorkSafeBC can use to enforce the Act and the Occupational Health and Safety Regulation. WorkSafeBC.com has been […]
Training ESTC throughout BC. Bruce has over twenty years training experience in his 33 years with the Langley City Fire and Rescue Service, training firefighters in Basic, Firefighter I & II subjects. He achieved the BC Fire Service Training Achievement Award in 2005, from the Fire Training Officers Association of BC and the JIBC Fire […]
With the creation of the “Playbook”, all fire department personnel need to be trained in emergency scene traffic control. WorkSafeBC guideline to Part 18 (Traffic Control) identifies what should be included in this training, and allows for the employer or a third party to do the training. Many years ago, the BC Safety Council created […]
Training ESTC throughout BC. Thinking Driver has been providing vehicle and driver safety training, curriculum design, development and delivery services to government and industry for over 22 years. They offer an exceptionally talented and experienced team of instructors; key members of their team include several retired RCMP members with decades of experience. Most instructors are […]
Training ESTC on Vancouver Island. Terry and Sheila Fiorin formed Roadmasters Safety Group in 1997 to meet the growing need for training Emergency Services personnel where many departments were in remote locations, developing a mobile Air Brake Training Facility. As training demands grew, RSG incorporated Defensive Driver training, Safe Operation of Fire Apparatus and Traffic […]
Training ESTC in the Okanagan, Kootenay, Thompson Nicola and Columbia Shuswap regions of BC. Provincial Fire and Safety Training Ltd was founded in 2010. Originally Thompson Nicola Fire Training, the company has undergone a name change to be reflective of the service and area in which service is provided. Located in Kamloops, Provincial Fire and […]
This intermediate course will provide participants with an in-depth knowledge of underground utility hazards. Students will use the locating tools used in their own municipality.
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Thank you to the City of Prince George for sharing this Hazard Communication Form.
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Distracted driving caused by the use of electronic devices continues to be a leading cause of MVA’s in BC. Workers who drive fleet vehicles or drive their own vehicles for work purposes, are at risk to become victims, or to be distracted drivers themselves. WorkSafeBC has created a new safety video – “Prevent Distracted Driving […]
Thank you to the City of New Westminster for sharing their crew talk and blockage removal report form, for dealing with potential cross-boring situations with FortisBC gas lines. These are a great resource!
This course is for people with or without prior experience. The seminar includes approximately 4 hours of inside theory and 3 hours of practical. Topics covered include PPE, tools, worksite assessment, bucking, and kick backs.
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Employers are required to conduct regular inspections of their operations. This course will provide participants with techniques and templates to help plan and conduct inspections, prioritize hazards, write effective reports and assign responsibility for corrective action.
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This course is for fire departments only. Course length: 8 hours Class minimum/maximum: 6/8 Supervisors Safety Certificate Program: elective course EOCP CEU’s: n/a Price: varies, depending on location Post session: Certificate of Completion Course description: In this course, you will learn to deliver the Emergency Scene Traffic Control (ESTC) training course for emergency responder employees who have responsibility for […]
This course is for fire departments only. Course length: minimum 6 hours; up to 8 with full class Class minimum/maximum: 6/15 Supervisors Safety Certificate Program: elective course EOCP CEU’s: n/a Price: varies, depending on location Post session: Certificate of Completion Course Timeline: BCMSA Recommended – 3 years Course description: This course is for emergency responder employees […]
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This 2-day course is designed and intended for the worker who is assigned to continuously monitor work in or near the location of a confined space process or operation.
This course guides the participant through several building block aspects in preparation for the delivery of a health and safety related topic. The skills covered can also be applied to the presentation of any topic important for workers.
Use this template when planning your Agenda and recording attendance.
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Looking for Fall Protection or Confined Space training and there isn’t one scheduled in your municipality? http://envirosafety.ca/training/ http://www.hazmasters.com/safety-training-schedules
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This training program is designed to provide attendees with information about the hazards of asbestos-containing materials and will familiarize attendees with applicable sections of WorkSafeBC OH&S Regulation.
The purpose of this session is to gain an understanding of how municipalities, Boards, Libraries, Commissions and contractors have a responsibility to ensure work is performed safely and according to WorkSafeBC legislation.