Online Safety Training Courses

Reduce accidents and injuries in the workplace

Protect your company and your team by maintaining health and safety training. Not only do you need to be compliant with provincial regulations, but a safe workplace can lower costs, reduce time loss days, and improve your team and customer satisfaction.

Start with a free safety knowledge evaluation, view our most popular courses, or contact us to schedule an assessment.

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A Safety Knowledge Evaluation helps organizations determine what training their staff should focus on. Our free exam is designed to evaluate an individual’s knowledge in 10 critical areas of safety.

WHMIS

Test your knowledge of Canada’s hazard classification system including its categories, pictograms, labels, safety data sheets, and responsibilities.

Transportation of Dangerous Goods

Test your knowledge of the TDG Act and its standards for moving harmful materials and chemicals.

Fall Protection

Test your knowledge of working at great heights, fall hazards, and how to protect yourself from serious injury.

Confined Spaces

Test your knowledge of associated hazards and controls to working in confined and restricted spaces.

Hazard Identification

Test your knowledge on preventing injuries and illness in the workplace through assessment and control.

First Aid

Test your knowledge of general first aid requirements and responses to medical emergencies.

Fire Safety

Test your knowledge including how to fight a small fire and proper fire extinguisher use.

Defensive Driving

Test your knowledge including the six components of the SAFER system: Space, Attitude, Foresight, Eyesight, and Responsibility.

Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S)

Test your knowledge of the procedures and equipment required to work safely with hydrogen sulfide.

Ground Disturbance

Test your knowledge of terminology, legislation, permits, and responsibilities of all parties involved with ground disturbances.

Upon completion of this evaluation, participants will be provided with a summary report, identifying areas of strength and disclosing areas in need of improvement. From there, you will have access to hundreds of additional online training courses.

Workers wearing safety gear

Recommended safety training courses

Fall Protection

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Gas Detection

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Asbestos Awareness

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Lockout Tagout (LOTO)

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Fall Protection

Identifying and eliminating hazards early can help avoid most slips and falls on the job. As the most common cause of serious work-related injuries, fall prevention and protection is a must-have for your organization.

This course covers the following topics:

– Equipment
– Inspections
– Operations
– Hazards
– Rescue

This I-CAB recognized course satisfies Canada’s requirements for the classroom portion of operator safety training.

Worker checking for gas leakage

Gas Detection

Atmospheric hazards like gases and vapors can be difficult to assess but have deadly consequences if you are unprepared. With many industries working with these dangerous substances, familiarity with testing, monitoring, and detection is of utmost importance.

This course covers the following topics:

– The hazards and characteristics of gases and vapors
– The properties, uses, and dangers of nitrogen
– The difference between gas testing, monitoring, and detection
– Reasons and conditions for testing hazardous atmospheres
– Factors when choosing gas testing equipment
– The proper use of handheld mechanical testers
– The general operation and care of electronic sensors
– Types of electronic monitors
– Zeroing, bump testing, and calibrating electronic monitors
– Proper use and care of personal monitors

Confined Space Awareness

Confined Space Awareness

Confined spaces can be found in every industry and workers may react differently in various situations. Hazards come in all shapes and sizes: from grain silos to sewers, engine rooms to crawl spaces, vaults and trenches, even rooms in ordinary buildings may be described as confined spaces.

Learn to recognize potential confined spaces, improve your knowledge of secure operations within these spaces, and keep your teams safe.

This course covers the following topics:

– Equipment use and inspection
– Atmospheric testing
– Safe operations and entry duties
– Permits
– Common hazards
– Rescue procedures and roles

This CSA and OHS-compliant Confined Space Awareness course satisfies Canada’s requirements for the classroom portion of operator safety training.

Asbestos Awareness

Exposure to Asbestos can present remarkable dangers to your health. Workers in heating/ventilation, demolition, construction, and trades are often the most vulnerable. For protection, specific PPE, best practices, and strategies must be utilized.

This course covers the following topics:

– Defining where asbestos may still be found
– Recognizing the health impacts of exposure to these particles
– Identifying engineering and administrative controls used to protect against asbestos
– Understanding what PPE is required
– Explaining procedures in the event of accidental exposure

Locks and signs reading Danger Locked Out Do Not Remove

Lockout Tagout (LOTO)

Many industries across Canada involve the use of hazardous energy. LOTO is necessary to prevent the accidental release of this energy on the worksite, which can cause devastating injuries.

This course covers the following topics:

– Explaining the purpose of LOTO and when it should be used
– Describing the differences between primary and stored forms of energy
– Providing examples of LOTO devices, and
– Describing the basic steps of performing LOTO

First Aid in Construction

When an injury or illness occurs on the job, coworkers are usually the first ones on the scene. Empower your employees with the knowledge of what to do and when to call for emergency assistance.

This course covers the following topics:

– Eye injuries
– Cuts, burns and abrasions
– Strains, sprains, fractures and shock
– Heart attack and cardiac arrest
– Choking
– Heat-related illnesses

Hearing Conservation

Worksites can be significantly noisy places and continuous exposure could impact your hearing. Learn to recognize the warning signs of hearing loss and become familiar with noise exposure limits that require hearing protection.

This course covers the following topics:

– how noise impacts hearing and the factors that determine the extent of hearing loss
– noise exposure levels that require hearing protection
– how the types of hearing protectors are selected for a job, their advantages and disadvantages for controlling noise exposure
– correct use, care, and maintenance practices for hearing protectors
– prevention and hazard insights
– requirements of a Hearing Conservation Program.

These I-CAB recognized, and OHSA-compliant courses satisfy Canada’s requirements for the classroom portion of safety training.

Dust Mask Guidelines

Dust is everywhere and can pose a variety of health risks in your workplace. Whether dust hazards are significant or minor, you may require the use of respiratory protection.

This course covers the following topics:

– how to differentiate between types of respirators
– recognizing situations in which it is a good idea to voluntarily use a dust mask
– recall how to properly use a dust mask
– determining if a dust mask is in good working order

This course is ideally suited for employees in the heavy equipment, manufacturing (production and maintenance), construction, and mining industries.