Industry & Safety Training

Aerial Lift & Genie Lift Operator

OH&S Saskatchewan states people who operate power mobile equipment (including forklifts) in the workplace require classroom and practical trainging. This course provides trainees with the classroom portion of training as well as some practical evaluation. Each successful trainee will recieve a temporary Trainee Certificate and a form to be completed by a supervisor (who must be a competent equipment operator) this is to verify the trainee had completed required supervised hours. 

The official permit will be issued once the form is returned by the employer.

 

Confined Space - Level 1 & 2

This is a one day course that will prepare students to work safely in confined space enviroments. Course topics include: hazards of confined spaces, preparing for entry, working in confined spaces and post-entry debriefing.

Successful completion of this course requires full course attendance, a written examination and demonstration of practical skills.

CPR for Health Care Providers

This course includes all CPR skills plus advanced skills such as artificial respiration, use of bag valve masks, and AED training. This course meets the national protocols and guidelines.

The content of this course is appropriate for individuals who are working or plan to be working in the health care field and require this level of training.

A re-certification course is also available for individuals who have a current HCP Level CPR certificate.

Detection & Control of Flammable Substances

This 1 day program is designed for personnel working with or near flammable substances in the oil and gas industry. The primary focus is to safely monitor and control these substances. The program includes:

Introduction to flammable substances

Principles of flammable gas/vapour detection

Care and preparation of combustible gas monitors

Interpreting combustible gas readings

Control methods

A variety of instructional techniques are used including lectures, demonstrations, class discussion, group exercises and hands-on practice. Upon successful completion of the prescribed practical skills and written examination, students receive a certificate of completion.

Fire Extinguisher Training

This course will train students on portable fire extinguishers. This will include discussion of emergency procedures, enviromental concerns, the classifications of fire, extinguishment theory, causes of fire, and more.

Forklift Operator Training

OH&S Saskatchewan states people who operate power mobile equipment (including forklifts) in the workplace require classroom and practical trainging. This course provides trainees with the classroom portion of training as well as some practical evaluation. Each successful trainee will recieve a temporary Trainee Certificate and a form to be completed by a supervisor (who must be a competent equipment operator) this is to verify the trainee had completed required supervised hours.

The official permit will be issued once the form is returned by the employer.

Global Ground Disturbance Level I and II

Ground Disturbance - Level I

This two-hour program is designed to ensure personnel are aware of hazards and the necessary items required to ensure safety. Participants are always under the direct guidance of a Level II certified Ground Disturbance Supervisor who has Level II Certification. This program was designed to meet the regulatory requirements for companies with a massive, fully supervised labour base. Emphasis is placed on recognizing hazards, and knowing when to stop work and inform the supervisor for further assessment. Participants are able to explain what a ground disturbance is, when and why common hits occur, define what a Code of Practice is and why there is the need for one. Other topics include undertaking a ground disturbance, and distances involved when searching for an underground facility. Participants are able to illustrate the minimum sources for searching for an underground facility, and know how to use permits and pre-job meetings to their full advantage.

Ground Disturbance - Level II

Level II is a 6.5-hour program with the first two hours encompassing Level I. Level II is designed for any party that is supervising a ground disturbance, independently performing a ground disturbance, or issuing and receiving ground disturbance permits. The program ensures that Level II personnel are familiar with, and fully understand, all the regulations and variances involved when a ground disturbance takes place. The course is presented in a logical sequence – from the pre-planning stage to the actual dig – and highlights the "'musts" compared to the "shoulds". Level II is the standardized program recognized by industry regulators. The prerequisite for this course is the successful completion of Level I. Participants learn how to clarify sources when searching for underground facilities, provide notification to the facility owner and receive owner notification. Participants gain an understanding of the necessary approvals/crossing agreements and regulations necessary before creating a ground disturbance. They learn to create a plot plan/site drawing, gain an understanding of line locating and learn about types of exposure. Participants will also learn how to do a back-fill inspection, as well as how to use permits and conduct pre-job meetings. Emergency response plans and what to do in case an underground facility is contacted are also covered.

Objectives are tested by written competency exam. Certification, valid for three years, is issued upon completion of objectives.

H2S Alive

Safety Evolution holds a Memorandum of Understanding with ENFORM to deliver ENFORM programs.

Student Requirements:
• participants must be able to put on a mask and breathe under air
• Participants must be able to participate in rescue drag techniques
• Basic literacy and understanding in the language the course is being taught

As the industry standard in Canada and recognized around the world, students will learn how to work safely in and around hydrogen sulphide (H2S) environments and receive a 3 year certificate.

DESIGNED FOR

All workers in the petroleum industry who could be exposed to hydrogen sulphide H2S.

TOPICS INCLUDE

·         H2S properties, Health Hazards and Locations - Including worker exposure limits

·         Hazard Assessment and Control - Including H2S case studies

·         Respiratory Protective Equipment - Including Self-Contained Breathing Apparatus

·         Detection of H2S - Gas detection demonstrations with various detection devices

·         Initial Response Strategy - 7 steps; including 4 rescue techniques and case studies

Additional Notes:

Program starts at 8:30 AM sharp. Students who are late may be refused admission.

Appropriate clothing is required (i.e. jeans, pants).

Employers are advised not to send injured employees who are unable to perform the required exercises to pass the course e.g., employees on Workers' Compensation or light duty.

Certification period: 3 years

Overhead Crane

This course provides trainees with the classroom portion of training as well as some practical evaluation. Each successful trainee will recieve a temporary Trainee Certificate and a form to be completed by a supervisor (who must be a competent equipment operator) this is to verify the trainee had completed required supervised hours.

The official permit will be issued once the form is returned by the employer.

course outline

(A) Legislated and other requirements

(B) Identifying cranes and their components

(C) Pre-operational requirements

(D) Operational requirements

(E) Post-operating requirements

(F) Rigging components, inspection/rejection criteria

(G) Site-specific training requirements

(H) Supervisor training and responsibility

Skid Steer Operator Training

OH&S Saskatchewan states people who operate power mobile equipment (including forklifts) in the workplace require classroom and practical trainging. This course provides trainees with the classroom portion of training as well as some practical evaluation. Each successful trainee will recieve a temporary Trainee Certificate and a form to be completed by a supervisor (who must be a competent equipment operator) this is to verify the trainee had completed required supervised hours.

The official permit will be issued once the form is returned by the employer.

First Aid - CPR - AED (Standard)

Canadian Red Cross LogoIITSS is an authorized service provider for the Canadian Red Cross, meeting all regulatory requirements in Saskatchewan & Alberta.

First Aid & CPR knowledge can help you protect yourself and those close to you. First Aid & CPR skills are applicable in your daily life, both at home and at work, to prepare you to act on, control and manage life’s emergencies. Before a professional responder arrives to help, you can make all the difference in helping someone in need.

Comprehensive two-day course offering first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for those who need training due to work requirements or who want more knowledge to respond to emergencies at home.

Includes the latest first aid and CPR guidelines. Meets federal and a variety of provincial/territorial regulations for Standard First Aid and CPR. Exceeds competitors' standards by including injury prevention content, CPR and AED.

TDG - (Transportation of Dangerous Goods)

This award-winning TDG ONLINE course allows companies to tailor their TDG training with optional exercises that focus on specific products or industries.

It also includes a thorough exam and printable certificate to meet Transport Canada’s training requirements for all employees involved in the transportation of dangerous goods.

The course content includes:

  • An overview of the TDG requirements
  • Responsibilities of shippers, handlers and drivers
  • Classes of dangerous goods
  • Shipping documents
  • Safety marks
  • Containers
  • Special situations
  • Emergency actions

The course features video, animations, learning games and skill-building exercises.

TDG is also available in a classroom delivered format.  Please contact us for details.

WHMIS

An overview of WHMIS
  • Understanding of the hazards
  • WHMIS labels
  • Personal protection
  • Emergency actions
  • Special situations

This course can take anywhere from 1.5 – 4 hours to complete.

This course is also available in a classroom format.  Please call for details.

Fall Protection (OSSA)

OSSA Fall Protection participants learn about falling hazards and fall protection systems, including the components of a fall arrest system. Potential fall consequences are described, as are body harnesses and fall restraint systems including lanyards, shock absorbers and anchor points. Participants learn how to perform a pre-use equipment inspection. Other topics include elevated work platforms, temporary and permanent structures, rescue, and maintenance.

Confined Space Entry

This is a one day course that will prepare students to work safely in confined space enviroments. Course topics include: hazards of confined spaces, preparing for entry, working in confined spaces and post-entry debriefing.

Successful completion of this course requires full course attendance, a written examination and demonstration of practical skills.