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Safety Training


  • Asbestos Awareness
  • Competent Supervisor
  • Elevated Work Platform
  • Working at Heights
  • Fire Extinguisher
  • Fire Simulator
  • Lockout/Tagout Energy Hazards
  • Lift Truck
  • OHS for Managers and Supervisors
  • Propane Hazards
  • Self Contained Breathing Apparatus
  • Trenching and Shoring
  • Traffic Control
  • WHMIS
  • High Angle Rescue
This program teaches participants how to identify locations where asbestos may be present and find sections of the asbestos regulation that deal with the classification of asbestos work.
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This workshop provides participants with the skills and knowledge required to manage and implement health and safety in their respective roles.
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This program will provide the participant with the necessary knowledge and skills to correctly and safely operate your type of elevated work platform specific to your operation.
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This training program has been approved and fulfills the requirements of the Working at Heights Training Program Standards under the authority of the Chief Prevention Officer (CPO). The approved training program ID number is WAH34602. Two modules, Basic Theory and Practical Equipment, have been designed to allow participants to achieve the learning outcomes set out in the standard.
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Fires start small and may be extinguished by well-trained, knowledgeable employees using the proper equipment. The safe operation of portable fire extinguishers is your first line of defense in protecting your people and property in the event of a fire.
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This is a “hands-on” course using portable extinguishers and simu-lated fires: Our indoor interactive fire simulators were created to help train first responders that initially encounter a fire. They are trained to respond to small manageable fires that can be extin-guished safely.
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This 1/2 day course teaches participants about the legal requirements for lockout and tagging, the devices and equipment to use, and the proper industrial safety steps to take.
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Lift-truck course description
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The course provides managers and supervisors with effective practical techniques and strategies to address workplace safety concerns.
Intended for: Managers, Supervisors, Lead-hand, Professionals, Others with responsibility for workplace health and safety or the training of supervisors and managers.
Prerequisite: Prior technical knowledge of health and safety is not a requirement. However, familiarity with workplace processes and practices is helpful.
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This 1/2 day Training Program is conducted at your site. It consists of classroom training session , participant evaluation and is followed by a practical operating evaluation specific to your companies needs.
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The use of SCBA is necessary when the environment has an atmospheric condition that is immediately dangerous to life and health (IDLH) which may result in immediate injury or death. All respiratory equipment users should be trained in the care, use, limitations, and fitting of the respiratory equipment as part of an adequate respiratory protection program.
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This 1 day program is primarily for firms that excavate deeper than 1.2 metres (4 ft.). This program will benefit workers and supervisors. Emphasis is placed on soil types, legislation, and emergency work.
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Upon completion of this 1/2 day course, participants will be able to demonstrate knowledge of vehicle traffic hazards, establish effective procedures, identify control options and other safety procedures
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WHMIS is in a period of transition between two hazard com-munication regimes – WHMIS 1988 and WHMIS 2015 (which incorporates the GHS). During the transition period workers need to be trained on the old and new version of WHMIS.
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Rope rescue in the industrial setting has to find a balance between technical rope rescue capability and the practical demands of equipment, manpower and time required to train and maintain training of personnel.
High angle training is recommended for personnel who would encounter rescue situations that involve the vertical environment or any scenario that risks of falling from height exist.
Safetyscope will work with our clients to develop a rescue plan that works for your facility.
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Confined Space Training


  • Confined Space Simulator
  • Advanced Confined Space Awareness
  • Attendant
  • Attendant w/non entry Rescue
  • Confined Space Rescue
Safetyscope has been teaching hands-on confined space courses using mobile simulators for over 10 years. We have learned what our clients need and have modified our simulator to be as versatile as possible so we can use it for a variety of applications.
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This 8 Hour Course will assist organizations that have a confined space on-site. All workers should be trained in the hazards of confined spaces. This training must be reviewed if there are any changes in the circumstances that may affect the safety of a worker or when provincial regulations require it.
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Attendant with Non-entry Rescue is a 2 Day Course. After completing the theory of confined space legislation, company procedures and unacceptable conditions and their course, participants will focus on evaluation procedures, personnel duties and systems and design an emergency retrieval plan.
To achieve our training goals in this 16 hour course, we have arranged the information into modules: Learning, Practice Time, Evaluation.
We believe that our Confined Space Training System is the most comprehensive, results-oriented program on the market. We combine qualified instructors, high quality visuals, student textbooks,activities and skills practice. The result is a complete learning experience with high student involvement and optimum knowledge retention.
This course meets the Ontario workplace accident prevention standards of training for confined space work as outlined in ANSI Standard Z117 and complies with Ontario Occupational Health and Safety Act and Regulations.

First Aid


  • Emergency / Standard Refresher
  • EMR / EFR
  • Standard First Aid
We offer First Aid Training and other workplace safety courses using Red Cross training programs or ECIS training programs. Both are approved providers of the WSIB. o attend this one-day emergency level first aid training and CPR re-certification course the registrant must hold a valid standard first-aid certificate.
This is offered on a one time basis only and is designed to complement, not replace the standard level program. Topics covered include: First Aid law, priorities of Emergency Care and more…
This recertification is valid for 3 years and at that time, the participant must begin the process again.
Our first aid facilitators are instructor qualified and use comprehensive training materials provided by Emergency Care Instructions Services, which are a recognized training agency of the Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB).
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Emergency Medical Responder (EMR)
Emergency First Responder (EFR)
These courses start where Standard First Aid and AED Provider courses leave off. They are open to anyone with a current Standard First Aid and CPR Level C.
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We offer First Aid Training using Red Cross training programs or ECIS training programs. Both are approved providers of the WSIB.
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Health and Safety at Work


  • H&S at Work – Awareness for Workers – 4 Steps
  • H&S at Work – Awareness for Supervisors - 5 Step
Whether you are newly hired or someone who has been working for sometime, this workshop will bring you up to date with the legal requirements and concepts related to the Act.
This training meets the seven learning objective identified in OH&S Awareness Training Reg. 297 S1 (3).
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Whether you are newly hired or someone who has been working for sometime, this workshop will bring you up to date with the legal requirements and concepts related to the Act.
This training meets the seven learning objective identified in Occupational Health and Safety Awareness Training Regulation 297 Section 2 (3).
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JHSC Training


  • Part 1 Certification Training
  • Part 2 Certification Training
  • H&S Committee Training for Federal Workplaces
  • Safety Representative
  • Effective JHSC
  • Accident Investigation
  • Workplace Inspections
This MOL approved three day Part 1 Certification course was developed by Dwight Barratt Consulting Inc. specifically addresses the curriculum requirements for certified members of JHSC, Health and Safety Representatives, Health and Safety Coordinators, supervisors, managers and workers.
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JHSC Part 2 workplace Specific training, the employer is required to select a training program that provides training in a minimum of 6 hazards that are rel-evant to the committee member’s workplace.
Training is based on the applica-tion of Recognize, Assess, Control and Evaluate (RACE) methodology Part 2 Workplace Specific Course Duration: 2 days or 13 hours and must be completed within 6 months of Part 1 training or obtain a one-time extension due to extenuating circumstances.
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This intensive and popular course provides Health and Safety Committee members with the information needed to prevent workplace injuries and illnesses and also with effective practical techniques and industrial accident prevention strategies to address workplace safety concerns.
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This course was developed to address the training need for Health and Safety Representatives in firms that have more than 5 but less than 20 employees.
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Part of this Toronto JHSC training workshop refreshes some of the material that Certified Members learned during their training, and this is useful information for everyone. Keeping up to date with changes in legislation is also a responsibility of the JHSC and this course will ensure that all participants are aware of recent changes in the legislation.
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Continuing Education Credits


  • Continuing Education Credits
Many professional designations and employers require that individuals holding their certificates continue to educate themselves to ensure they are up to date with all associated issues and controls. This is especially true in the Health and Safety fields.
To meet those demands Safetyscope will continue to submit courses to ensure participants can take advantage of the corresponding CEU Values associated with various skills learned.
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