This workshop is for municipal employees who have responsibility for overseeing work site activities that require traffic control and the use of traffic control persons.
This classroom session is designed to provide participants with an understanding of legislated requirements, soil mechanics / classification, terminology and preventative measures, and more.
This 8 hour course is designed and intended solely for the worker who enters a confined space to perform their assigned work or task.
This course covers the A (anchor points), B (body holding devices) and C (connecting means) of fall protection. Regulations, fall protection plans and complex systems will also be covered.
The Applied Field Practice (AFP) Program is designed to allow participants to engage the theory of the our Shoring and Excavation Training Program in a controlled outside excavation environment.
This course is intended for anyone who is required to work on or use ladders. Ladder Safety combines both theory and practical training using current, approved equipment.
This course is designed for individuals who work with or around underground utilities.
This course includes an observation of, and significant piece of federal legislation that applies to, the shipping and transport industries in Canada is Transport of Dangerous Goods (TDG) Regulations.
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.
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.
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.