Safety Training Courses

BC Bill 14: Workplace Bullying & Harassment. How to recognise and respond

Overview Workplace bullying and harassment can happen to anyone, at any workplace. Recent changes to the Workers Compensation Act address workplace bullying and harassment, and it’s important that every worker, manager, and supervisor is aware of the law and policies. This online session educates participants about bullying and harassment legislation and explains how the law…
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BC Bill 14: Bullying & Harassment. Meeting Employer requirements

Overview In November 2013, British Columbia’s Workers Compensation Act was amended to include policies which specifically address workplace bullying and harassment. This information session provides an overview of the new legislation and what employers need to do to meet these new requirements. Learning Objectives Upon completion of this session, employers will be able to: ·…
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Bear Aware: Travelling in Bear Country

Overview British Columbia is home to about one-quarter of all black bears in Canada, and half of all grizzly bears. Preparation and education are essential to ensuring that encounters with bears in the wild are positive and free from conflict. Designed for anyone travelling, camping, or working in bear country, this course is a safety…
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Canadian Labour Code:Part II

Overview This course outlines Canada’s federal legislative health and safety framework, and the duties and responsibilities of both employers and employees as they relate to occupational health and safety.  Learning Objectives The course is designed to: · Provide information about the Code as a proactive tool for reducing workplace accidents and occupational illnesses · Enable…
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Confined Space Awareness

Overview This online course identifies the characteristics of a confined space, describes the risks associated with working in a confined space, and the prescribed methods for controlling those risks. It also explains the documentation requirements pertaining to confined space work. This course meets the requirement for Awareness Level training. Learning Objectives Upon completion of the course,…
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Fire Safety

Overview This course covers the legislated fire safety responsibilities of the employer and the worker, describes safe work practices related to fire prevention, and provides practical information about emergency response in situations involving fire.    Ideally, all workplace parties should understand the principles of fire safety and how to respond effectively in the event of…
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BASICS.fst: Food Safety Training

Overview This is a comprehensive food safety training course for both professional and domestic food handlers. Using case studies and practice exercises, this course teaches safe and professional food-handling practices to ultimately prevent foodborne illness. Equivalent to FOODSAFE™ Level 1 which is certified by the B.C. Centre for Disease Control. Anyone who works with food within…
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ADVANCED.fst: Food Safety Training

Overview This is a management-level food safety training program that focuses on the role of food-service and food retail leaders in measuring risks, setting policies, and training and supervising employees. Enhance your food and workplace safety knowledge and reduce the liability of your business by learning about hazards, storage, pest control, facility and equipment management,…
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H2S Awareness

Overview Hydrogen sulphide (H2S) is a highly toxic and flammable gas, and exposure to very high concentrations can quickly lead to death. This course explains the properties of hydrogen sulphide, identifies control measures, and provides a practical description of what to do in the event of exposure.   The risk of H2S exposure exists in…
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