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Mar 01, 2019


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1011Elevated Work Platform Course
Mar 11, 2019
Includes-Forklift W/Propane, Man lift/Scissor Lift, Skid Steer

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1718Working at Heights
Mar 18, 2019
Course Overview This course provides workers with the basic fall prevention information they require to work safely in areas where they may be exposed to fall hazards. Participants receive the most up-to-date information with hands-on instruction from industry experts and trained adult educators who are experienced in working at heights. While Working at Heights is a great starting point, site-specific training is also required. After the in-class session, the employer must train workers on the specific hazards faced and types of equipment used on the job. Working at Heights certification is valid for three (3) years.

1920Working at Heights Renewal
Mar 20, 2019
Who can take refresher training? Only learners who have previously successfully completed a CPO-approved working at heights training program delivered by a CPO-approved working at heights training provider are eligible to take refresher training. Learners MUST provide proof of CPO approved training to qualify for registration in a refresher course.

Transportation of Dangerous Goods
Mar 20, 2019
This program teaches participants their legal responsibilities for safe handling, storing, and transporting of the nine classes of dangerous goods. Participants are provided with an overview of the Dangerous Goods Act and related regulations. Each participant will be issued a participants guide to work with and make notes. The record of training expires after three years.

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Mar 26, 2019


Traffic Control Book 7
Mar 26, 2019
Every year workers are injured as a result of traffic-related incidents while performing work in and around public roadways. The Regulations for Construction Projects require employers to have a traffic protection plan in place to ensure that workers are protected. In addition, a specific traffic control plan, designed to protect both workers and road users, must be developed and available. This program assists those responsible for creating, implementing, and/or overseeing traffic control in temporary work areas to develop an effective traffic control plan. Participants are taught using typical layout case studies, Ontario Traffic Manual (OTM) Book 7, and the Regulations for Construction Projects.

27282930Standard First Aid with CPR-C + AED
Mar 30, 2019


31Standard First Aid with CPR-C + AED
Mar 30, 2019


      

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