In this episode of Talk of the Town, Trevor talks to Lew about service best training in the service industry. Customer service, retail and conflict resolution.
In this episode of Talk of the Town on Mix 101FM, Trevor talks to Lew about what an employer can do to educate their employees about general safety.
Below, you can find the past episodes of Talk of the Town where either Trevor or Elizabeth are talking to Mix101FM about the training A2Z Safety and Training offers.
This online training course for Skid Steers will help employers and operators complete OHS-compliant operator safety training and properly record it.
This online course provides an introduction to the equipment, a section on anatomy, maintenance and inspections, hazards, safe operation, basic trenching, and more.
An OHS-Compliant Training Class Online for Skid Steers (Rubber-Tired, Track Loaders, Multi-Terrain Loaders).
This course satisfies OHS’s requirements for the classroom portion of operator safety training.
I-CAB RECOGNIZED COURSE
This content developer is recognized by the International Competency Assessment Board (I-CAB) for their subject matter expertise in this subject matter and is listed as a competency development resource for I-CAB assessment participants.
Among all the safety problems an employee can encounter, fire can be the most frightening. Every year fires cause hundreds of millions of dollars in damage and result in thousands of employee injuries, a number of which are fatal. Yet many of these catastrophes could have been prevented if the fire had been extinguished before it started to spread.
Using a powerful combination of audio, full-motion video, text, and colorful graphics, this online Fire Extinguisher Use course looks at why things burn, reviews the types of fire extinguishers that are found in facilities today, and discusses how to use fire extinguishers to fight small fires. It’s divided into topic-based lessons so information is easily understood and retained.
This online Alberta Common Ground Alliance endorsed course is designed for planners, managers, supervisors, and employees who are or will be required to develop, plan, and implement any kind of ground disturbance.
Upon successful completion of this course you should be able to:
- Identify and define ground disturbance
- Describe the hazards of ground disturbance
- Decide what permits and agreements will be required
- Describe how to locate and identify underground facilities
- Describe regulations associated with ground disturbance
- Describe the responsibilities for owners and ground disturbers
- Describe safety requirements
This Ground Disturbance for Supervisors course contains the same course content as a classroom delivered Ground Disturbance 201 course, and has been endorsed by the Alberta Common Ground Alliance (ABCGA).