Course Listings

ATV Safety

Our ATV  Rider course is a comprehensive 5-7 hour program that helps students identify the risks involved in a variety of maneuvers with the ATV they are using and how to manage that risk.  Students will be outdoors and are at a remote location for the majority of this course and will need to be prepared accordingly with safety equipment ex: Helmet, proper riding attire, also  packed lunch and water. With the completion of the course a Canada Safety Council certificate will be issued. Contact the office for group bookings or watch our calendar for training dates. 

AWP (Aerial Work Platform)

This training is a combination of classroom instruction and practical experience. The instruction portion covers all pertinent aspects of Table 14.1 of the Saskatchewan OH&S regulations.  As of 2007, Saskatchewan OH&S legislation requires anyone who operates powered mobile equipment to have a minimum of 16 hours training.  Key elements covered is types of aerial work platforms, terminology, safe operations, maintenance and refueling. Upon completion of theory exam and practical exam, students will receive a certificate of completion valid for 3 years.

B.A.L.A.N.C.E.

Bridging Aboriginal Lifestyles And New Career Experiences. 25 hours; 5 hours a day for 5 days. In this 5-day course students learn a combination of life skills, goal setting, budgeting, communication and much more. Students participate in resume making and job coaching. This course is designed to bring balance to your life, providing you with the tools and skills necessary to live a healthy lifestyle. This course can be tailored to your specific needs. Upon completion students will receive a certificate that has no expiry.

Chainsaw/Brushsaw Safety

This is a 3-day course, which includes classroom and hands on training. Students will learn safe handling and the use of saws. The correct cutting procedures and how to care, sharpen and maintain the saws. This course is certified through Canadian Trainers Foundation and upon completion of the course students will receive a certificate of completion which is valid for 3 years.

Confined Space Entry

 Understand the OH&S regulations as they pertain to confined spaces; How to recognize and mark confined spaces; Identify and control confined space hazards; Identify required personal protective equipment; Become familiar with industry accepted standards and regional codes of practice; Learn how to plan a successful entry.

The confined space entry portion of this course covers the provincial OH&S requirements for Saskatchewan and Alberta as well as the industry best practices and definitions that are used and applied throughout western Canada.

A rescue portion can be added to the class by request.  The rescue portion of the course will have the participants become proficient in the use of rescue equipment and the planning involved to perform a successful confined space rescue. This is a 1-day course and upon completion students will receive a certificate of completion that is valid for 3 years.

CSTS’09 (Construction Safety Training)

This online course is approximately 6 hours. Making sure that construction worksites are as safe as possible begins with providing basic safety training to all employees. CSTS-09 is the only worker-specific safety program of its kind in the province and is acknowledged industry-wide as an excellent learning tool for individuals who are either new to the construction industry or have not had formal safety training. Upon completion of this course students will receive a certificate of completion.  

Please note CSTS’09 will be changing to CSTS’20 as of spring 2020.  

Drug & Alcohol Testing

Provides a service for potential employers. All results held in complete confidence. Testing is conducted by professional/certified technicians.  7 and 12 panel urine testing, breathalyzer and cheek swaps(for alcohol testing only).

Fall Protection

A Fall Protection certificate is required by anyone working at heights as defined in the Saskatchewan OH&S Regulations. This course is designed to help workers understand the principles of fall protection and how they apply to the workplace. The course will meet or exceed applicable government regulations for the training of employees who work at heights. This is a 1-day course and upon completion students will receive a certificate of completion that is valid for 3 years.

Fire Awareness

This program is approximately 3 hours and was designed to give students an introduction to fire hazard awareness and to provide an introduction to fire extinguishment. Topic covered include fire components, hare hazards, basics of fire planning, fire class identification, fire extinguisher identification, use and more. Upon completion of this course students will receive a certificate of completion valid for 3 years.

Fire Extinguisher Simulator Training

 In this 3-hour course students are introduced to fire hazard awareness and to provide an introduction to fire extinguishment with hand held fire extinguishers. Topic covered include fire components, hazards, basics of fire planning, fire class identification, fire extinguisher identification, use and more. Upon completion students will receive a certification of completion which is valid for 3 years.

First Aid & CPR A, B, C

This is a 2-day course that covers your basic First Aid and CPR procedures including bleeding, slings, splinting broken bones, CPR and AED. The 3 levels we provide are as follows:

OHS Standard First Aid, CPR-A and AED (16hrs)

This is a minimum 16-hour course that meets Saskatchewan Occupational Health and Safety requirements. Course presents adult resuscitation and first aid procedures for life threatening emergencies.

OHS Standard First Aid, CPR-B and AED (17hrs)

This is a minimum 17-hour course that meets Saskatchewan Occupational Health and Safety requirements. Course presents infant and child procedures along with adult resuscitation and first aid procedures for life threatening emergencies.

OHS Standard First Aid, CPR-C and AED (18hrs)

This is a minimum 18-hour course that meets Saskatchewan Occupational Health and Safety requirements. Course presents team procedures along with infant, child and adult resuscitation and first aid procedures for life threatening emergencies.

 

Upon completion of this course students will receive a certificate of completion that is valid for 3 years.

First Aid/CPR Recertification
One day recertification course for St. John Ambulance First Aid/CPR. Must have a valid current St. John certificate.
Flagging & Signaling

In this ½ day course students will learn the duties of a flag person for highway road construction. Procedures for using the stop/slow paddle for controlling traffic safely in a work zone. Upon completion of this course students will be certified through the Heavy Construction Safety Association of Sask and will receive a certificate of completion that is valid for 3 years

Food Safe Handling

In this 1-day course students learn safe food handling procedures. Discussions on foodborne illnesses and how to identify them. How to safely store food and cooking temperatures. Also, how to properly store food and protecting from contamination. Upon completion of this course students will receive a certificate of completion that is valid for 3 years.

Ground Disturbance 2

This 1-day program 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. Level II® is the standardized program recognized by industry regulators. Certification is valid for 3 years. This course is assessed to the ABCGA 201 Ground Disturbance Standard 

H2S Alive (Enform Certified)
This one day course is intended for workers who could be exposed to hydrogen sulphide, also known as sour gas. Instruction will include: -properly putting on SCBA and SABA breathing apparatus, its function, inspection, and use. -the physical properties of H2S, how to recognize H2S, locations to where it can be found. -participants will learn about the types of detecting and monitoring devices, the health hazards associated with H2S gas. Training is conducted by seasoned professionals with many years experience.
Do not purchase the online version of H2S Alive, Please call (306)960-2881 for more information
Mining Awareness
Introduction to mining, provides information regarding the mining safety requirements its regulation and safe work practices.
E.S.C Confined Space Entry

In this 1-day course you will learn definition of confined and restricted spaces, confined space levels, legislation requirements, both safety and protection. This course also teaches workers about confined space hazards, PPE such as SCBA (self contained breathing apparatus), SABA (supplied air breathing apparatus), gas detections pumps, paper work such as confined space entry permits and entry logs. Upon completion of the course and a passing mark of 80% you will receive a certificate of completion that is valid for 3 years

E.S.C. Fall Protection

Engage in hands-on training and learn protection methods for preventing falls. This 1 day course replaces the former OSSA -approved Fall Protection training course.  It covers Fall protection concepts, legislation and regulations, safety measures, best practices, identifying and assessing fall hazards, fall arrest systems/equipment, protection panning, and Effects of fall and fall rescue planning. will engage in hands-on training activities, including inspecting, fitting, adjusting and conn Upon course completion, students will have the ability to assess and evaluate fall arrest systems, and to develop and implement fall protection plans.

 Upon course completion, students will have the ability to assess and evaluate fall arrest systems, and to develop and implement fall protection plans. Certificate Expiry: 3 Years

E.S.C. CSO

Formerly known as  OSSA Common Safety Orientation (CSO) Training is the pre-site access requirement for all new contract workers at participating OSSA member work sites. The learning objective of the Energy Safety Canada Common Safety Orientation (CSO) is to provide participants with a general awareness of critical safety initiatives found at participating OSSA Member work sites. This ½ day course is now available online. Upon completion of the course students will receive a certificate of completion that is valid for 3 year. Energy Safety Canada  CSO replaced the OSSA BSO course.

PLEASE NOTE YOU REQUIRE A VALID PHOTO ID TO TAKE THE TESTING PORTION OF THIS COURSE AND IT NEEDS TO BE DONE ON A COMPUTER WITH A WEBCAM AS IT IS PROCTORED.  

Overview of the Oil & Gas Industries

This ½ day course is designed to provide oil and gas professionals the opportunity to gain a technical and commercial understanding of the industry fundamentals. Some topics covered are workplace hazards and hazard control, general duties of employer and employee, the right to know and the right to refuse. Upon completion of this course students will receive a certificate of completion valid for 3 years.

PDIC

This is a 6-8-hour online course that is done in a supervised environment. PDIC is designed to sharpen a driver’s skill through a structured look at experiences and problem areas shared by all drivers such as bad weather, winter roads, pressures of time and distance, etc. This newly updated course includes topics on off-highway driving, tire blowout, and distracted driving legislation. This course focuses on drivers’ expectations and analysis of dangerous situations. Upon completion of this course students will receive a letter stating this course was done in a supervised environment and a certificate of completion that is valid for 3 years.

PLEASE NOTE *** THIS COURSE NEEDS TO BE DONE IN A SUPERVISED CLASSROOM ENVIRONMENT AND UPON COMPLETION YOU WILL RECEIVE A WRITTEN LETTER OF COMPLETION TO HAND INTO YOUR EMPLOYER. WE RECOMMEND THAT YOU TAKE THIS COURSE IN OUR CLASSROOM.  ANY PDIC COURSES TAKEN AT HOME ARE AT RISK OF NOT BEING VALID.  

PST (Petroleum Safety Training)

Petroleum Safety Training (PST) is an introductory online course for all employees. This is approximately 6 hours. This course provides a general introduction and overview of health and safety hazards and how to control them. It discusses the legal framework that employers must follow and focuses on workers’ and employers’ responsibilities with respect to health and safety at work. Upon completion students receive a certificate of completion.

Rigging and Hand Signals

This 1-day course is designed to give students the opportunity to learn proper hand signals, and or other means of communication. Students will learn hazard assessment, elimination and control, site specific rules and regulations e.g. Weather conditions. Students will learn OH&S codes and regulations, CSA & ANSI standards, weight calculations and proper sling applications. Upon completion of this course student will receive a certificate of completion that is valid for 3 years,

TDG (Transportation of Dangerous Goods)

This is a 3-4-hour course designed to protect the public during transportation of dangerous goods. This course will help develop a clear understanding of basic TDG requirements including shippers, handlers and receivers of dangerous goods. Topics covered include classes of dangerous goods, responsibilities, placard identification reporting requirements and more. Upon completion of this course students will receive a certification of completion which is valid for 3 years.

WHMIS

In this 3-4-hour course students will learn the responsibilities, symbol identification, introduction to controlled product classes, introduction to labels and material safety data sheets. Hazardous products can cause injuries or diseases in workers. The goal of WHMIS is to provide workers with the information they need to stay safe on the job. Students will receive certificate of completion that is valid for 3 years.

Wilderness First Aid

In this 1-day course students are taught basic level of Wilderness & Remote First Aid that covers material in Standard First Aid & CPR, plus special material on techniques for wilderness and remote areas. Course also offers strategies for providing extended care for up to 24 hours. Part of the course is taught in an outdoor setting and requires greater physical activity and endurance than typical first aid training. Suitable for those who work or live in remote locations or who are outdoor recreation enthusiasts. Prerequisite of this course is Standard First Aid/CPR. Upon completion students will receive a certificate of completion valid for 3 years.

Wilderness Survival

Learn the basics of surviving in the wilderness. This course is both informative and entertaining through real life examples. The basic principles learned, can be used in all environments whether it’s land, marine or urban based emergencies. Topics included are fire lighting under adverse conditions, shelter construction, effective signals, water procurement and treatment. Upon completion students will receive a certification of completion valid for 3 years.

Bear and Wildlife Awareness

This ½ day course has been designed to ensure you have a good understanding of bear safety and are able to stay safe in the event of an encounter. Topics include types of bears, bear behaviors and differences between defensive and predatory attacks. Upon completion of this course students will receive a certification of completion valid for 3 years

SK Trapper program

This 1-day Standard Trapping course is your first step toward becoming a trapper. The course includes instruction on the safe use of traps and other equipment, biology of furbearers, animal management, marketing and grading of furs, skinning and fur handling, as well as humane trapping techniques. Upon completion students will receive a certificate of completion valid 3 years.

Boat Safe

In this 1-day course Students will learn how to safely operate a pleasure craft, aids to navigate buoys on the water, life jacket safety and emergency situations. Students will learn the rules and terminology of boating. This boating safety course is accredited by Transport Canada. Upon completion of this course students will receive a certificate of completion that does not expire.

Service Best

In this 1-day course Students gain the knowledge to provide great customer service. This course teaches the skills for handling difficult situations with customers and how to deescalate an irate customer. This course gives students the confidence they need to be a service professional. This course is certified through Saskatchewan Tourism and once finished students will receive a certificate of recognition.

Serve It Right

This 1-day course provides consistent training for the sale and service of alcohol, helping commercial permittee’s and their employees to ensure that alcohol-related activities are conducted with integrity and in a socially responsible manner. Students learn how to identify intoxication, handling situations involving minors and an effective approach to discontinue of refuse to sell or serve alcohol. Upon completion of this course students will receive a certificate of recognition

Rural and Remote Road safety

This course is designed to help drivers identify different types of road conditions and how to properly handle driving on them. The rules for traveling with a load and how to properly secure your load. Upon completion students will receive a certificate of completion that is valid for 3 years.

Trailer Safety

This is a 1/2-day course that introduces students to trailer safety and operation. A portion of this course is theory and the other is practical. Topics include different types of trailers and their safety equipment. Also towing with special endorsements, vehicle stability and weight balancing. Students will learn to do safety checks and checklists.  Upon completion students will receive a certification of completion that is valid for 3 years.

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