Active shooter situations are unpredictable and evolve quickly. The goals for this course are to identify warning signs of an active shooter event, explain situational awareness, and describe what to do when law enforcement arrives.
Les situations de tir actif sont imprévisibles et évoluent rapidement. Les objectifs de ce cours sont d’identifier les signes avant-coureurs d’un événement de tir actif, d’expliquer la conscience de la situation et de décrire ce qu’il faut faire lorsque les forces de l’ordre arrivent.
Il y a environ 30 décès reliés à des appareils de levage chaque année. Le but de ce cours est de permettre aux étudiants d’identifier les types les plus courants des appareils de levage et d’élévateurs à ciseaux, les risques associés avec leur utilisation, leurs critères d’inspection et les méthodes de travail sécuritaire avec ces appareils.
L’amiante est un minéral extrêmement dangereux et ayant causé des milliers de décès. Dans ce cours, les étudiants seront formés pour bien comprendre les dangers de l’exposition à l’amiante ainsi que de son inhalation et ils apprendront comment minimiser leurs contacts avec ce matériau toxique.
One of the most common health complaints around the world is back pain. Back pain hurts 80% of people during some point in their lives. The danger is higher for manufacturing, warehouse, hospitality and trades workers, and any other physically demanding job.
The goal of the course is to create awareness of the hazards inherent to working in cold environments. Additionally, the course identifies the nature, symptoms and treatment of cold stresses and precautions employees should take to protect themselves.
The goal of the course is to enable employees to reduce workplace accidents involving electricity by learning to identify electrical hazards, take proper control measures and follow safe work practices, and response actions in the event of shock or fire. (French Version)
This course will teach basic emergency response information and key response planning tools. Although it will not make you a professional first-responder, it will help you deal with an emergency if you are at the scene. You will be taught skills on proactive actions that can be taken when danger is imminent, such as calling the authorities, isolating the hazard, establishing protocols for saving lives, and more. You do not need to know how to eliminate the potential for emergencies, but you do need to know how to reduce the potential for devastating emergencies by establishing proper reaction procedures.
One of the most reliable ways to put out fires in the workplace is fire extinguishers. Although they are not a requirement, employers who choose to use fire extinguishers must train workers in general fire extinguisher use to comply with standards. (French Version)
This course will educate you on the importance of office safety. You may be thinking, if the worst that can happen is a paper cut, why do we need to talk about safety training? Because a paper cut isn’t the worse that can happen.
Asbestos can lead to serious, damaging respiratory illnesses. Since it is used in a variety of products and materials, this safety tip will educate the learner on best strategies to prevent exposure and suitable respiratory protection.
Slipping hazard can be a risk in any environment, in the forms of puddles, oil, ice, or slick surfaces. In this Safety Tip, learners will utilize best practices to notify others of hazards and avoiding slipping themselves.
Safety is more than installing machine guards or using wet floor signs; it’s a mentality and conscious behaviour to act safely in everything you do. In this Safety Tip, learners will discover how they can utilize behaviour-based safety in their work.
Bloodborne pathogen transmission can happen in any work environment and pose serious risks to the health of everyone. In this Safety Tip, learners will identify common hazards and protections strategies concerning bloodborne pathogens.
Cold weather introduces a variety of hazards to the environment, including cold temperatures, snow, ice, and worsened driving conditions. In this Safety Tip, learners will see common hazards posed by cold weather and necessary precautions.
Compressed gas cylinders pose a variety of hazards and are easy to confuse by cylinder shape and colour. In this Safety Tip, learners will identify common mistakes and learn best practices for storage, handling, and usage.
In this Safety Tip course, learners will identify the hazards of working in confined spaces, such as oxygen depletion or toxic gas build-up. Additionally, learners will discover best practices for safely working in confined spaces.
This lesson provides an overview on how to respond to a cardiac, respiratory emergency and use an AED until professional medical help arrives. This program does not qualify for first aid or CPR certification.
Discrimination plagues businesses across the world. It can be explicit through bullying behaviour and actions or subtle through passed promotions and rejected opinions. In this Safety Tip, learners will identify common forms of discriminations and the necessary measures for addressing it.
Drugs and alcohol can be a prevalent problem in any workplace. More than the use of potent narcotics, alcohol and less serious substance abuse affect workplaces everywhere. In this Safety Tip course, learners will identify common signs of substance use and best practices for reporting and safety.
Keeping a cool head in an emergency and acting appropriately is vital in saving lives and preventing injuries. In this Safety Tip course, learners will discover what they can do to protect themselves and others.
Due to their long-term nature, ergonomics may not seem important. However, the injuries easily prevented by good ergonomics are some of the most common and debilitating injuries in every industry. In this Safety Tip course, learners will discover the importance of good ergonomics and best practices they can take.