SUMMARY OF POPULAR CLASSROOM-BASED COURSES IN CALGARY:
High performance teams of Health Care Professionals such as Nurse, Physicians, Dentists, Dental Hygienists, SCUBA Divers, Rescue teams, Life Guards, Pre-Hospital Care groups, Ski Patrol etc.
Building confidence in participants who will be performing cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills provide the essential steps to perform a rapid assessment, guide you in Basic Life Support (BLS) skills, and perform rapid defibrillation.
This program is created to provide recent avoidance and awareness information to hikers and employees who enter Bear Country. As these wild animal’s habitats are encroached upon, bear confrontations have become more frequent, and in some cases, predatory. The course will cover Grizzly and Black Bear characteristics, handling bear sightings and encounters, camp set-up and food preparation, deterrents and Legislation. Lecture and movie format. Up to 4 hours. 3 year certificate ticket awarded after open book exam successfully undertaken.
Confined and restricted spaces are high hazard environments that frequently kill workers throughout North America. Should a worker need to monitor or enter a restricted or confined space with limited access or egress, which may have a flammable, explosive, toxic or dangerous physical environment, it is essential to have Confined space training. The most recent Alberta regulations Part 5 of the code are covered, pre and post entry requirements, statistics, movies, physical skills and theory are covered in this dynamic program. It is performed in a classroom environment. Physical skills may include donning of supplied air or self contained breathing apparatus, gas detection, rescues or harness training with a tripod. 3 year certificate
CONFINED SPACE ENTRY MONITOR (Alberta BC Safety - ABCS)
Confined and restricted spaces are high hazard environments that frequently kill workers throughout North America. Should a worker need to monitor or enter a restricted or confined space with limited access or egress, which may have a flammable, explosive, toxic or dangerous physical environment, it is essential to have Confined space training. The most recent Alberta regulations Part 5 of the code are covered, pre and post entry requirements, statistics, movies, physical skills and theory are covered in this dynamic program. It is performed in a classroom environment. Physical skills may include donning of supplied air or self contained breathing apparatus, gas detection, rescues or harness training with a tripod. 3 year certificate. This is a former OSSA course and is well recognized on some sites in Ft McMurray. Please check with yours
CONFINED SPACE ENTRY AND RESCUE
Rescues and more advanced theory is added to the Entry Monitor program 3 year certificate
Level A – One rescuer CPR for adult (age 8 and up) ,choking,heart disease, AED, EMS, Medical Legal, Primary survey
Level C – One rescuer and two rescuer CPR, and infant (0-1), child (1-8) and adult (8 and up) with CPR A content included
Level BLS – One and two rescuer CPR, AED, for infant, child and adult, bag valve mask, rescue breathing, pulse check and theory (see BLS advertisement above)
Level A, C or BLS can be recertified in shorter periods of time, if not expired.
Certified through Energy Safety Canada. One day course. Theory. 3 year certificate. Applicable for Oilsands areas and general worksites where Confined Spaces may be entered or monitored
The Common Safety Orientation (CSO) is intended for the personnel in the Oil and Gas industry to review safe work practices., and covers the broad spectrum of petroleum industry, instead of just the Oilsands sites. It addresses the most-at-risk behaviours by reviewing the 10 Life Saving Rules of Energy Safety Canada. Industry identified the need for a single safety orientation to reduce duplicate training. This replaces the need for the BSO (Basic Safety Orientation, PST (Petroleum Safety Training), and Egso (Electronic General Safety Orientation).
Allstar Enviro Safety is an Authorized Training Provider (ATP) for the CSO through Energy Safety Canada and offers the Classroom format.
The Common Safety Orientation (CSO) is available online. Register with Allstar Enviro Safety to provide you with an access code to start. It is an updated orientated that covers the broad spectrum of petroleum industry, and replaces the previous ones required for some Oilsands sites. It addresses the most-at-risk behaviours by reviewing the 10 Life Saving Rules of Energy Safety Canada. Industry identified the need for a single safety orientation to reduce duplicate training. This replaces the need for the BSO (Basic Safety Orientation, PST (Petroleum Safety Training), and Egso (Electronic General Safety Orientation).
Allstar Enviro Safety is an Authorized Training Provider (ATP) for the CSO through Energy Safety Canada.
Falls, trips and slips are one of the leading causes of injury and death, both at home and at the workplace. This industrial oriented program will focus on the underlying causes of falls, prevention and fall protection systems.
This general program is approximately 6-8 hours and includes theory, movies and physical skills. Exercises on the physics of falls, fall hierarchy and fall protection systems, and harness training are components of this interactive seminar. Inspection of equipment. Optional – Controlled Weight Transfer on a tripod.
Ticket awarded from Allstar Enviro Safety, with a 3 year certification. Part 9 of Alberta Safety Code is covered regarding fall protection legislation.
Recognized in the Oil Sands and other workplaces where working at height is legislated. This dynamic program, comprises theory about slips, trips and falls, and physical skills. An Energy Safety Canada certified program. 3 year certificate. One day program.
Content includes: Fall Protection theory and statistics, Fall protection, arrest and restraint systems, the ABC’s of Fall protection, Fall Protection Plan and Rescue plan Calculation of the physics of a fall including Free Fall Distance, Total Fall Distance, Clearance and Maximum Arrest Force. Applicable legislation, Part 9 of the Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Code, industry recommended practices, and a Code of practice.
Many work sites in Alberta are seeking trained and certified “Flaggers. These Traffic Control workers learn to” safely control traffic in designated workplaces.
This program is Alberta based and trains to work as a “flagger” in the province of Alberta. Training is delivered in conjunction with the Alberta Construction Safety Association. You will learn safe work practices associated with traffic control, as outlined by Alberta Transportation.
A 3 year certificate is awarded upon successful completion by Allstar Enviro Safety.
Blended learning is an exciting concept in acquiring your First aid certification. It is an innovative program in which the student completes the theory portion of the First aid program online, followed by a classroom day where they complete their physical skills with a certified instructor. In this manner, the student can achieve their Emergency First Aid or Standard First Aid with CPR A or C and AED. If your last course certificate has not expired, you may qualify for a shorter recertification. This saves the student having to spend a longer time in the classroom, but still achieves a Workplace- recognized First aid course (Occupational Health and Safety – oriented) in provinces, such as Alberta.. The certificate of training is valid for 3 years.
The SafeCheck tm Advanced Food Safety program is a classroom based seminar designed by the Canadian Food Safety Group. It is equivalent to FoodSafe I and II as well as ServSafe Manager level i and Advanced. , and is designed to be a briskly paced program to achieve certification in one day.
The objective of the Food Safety course is to be trained in the prevention of Food borne illness and to run a safe food establishment. Certification of staff shows the companies Due Diligence and is a means to indicate competency in the preparation and handling of food in restaurants and other venues. It is a recognized training program in Food Sanitation and Hygiene by the Minister of Health under the Public Health Act (Alberta Food Regulation Section 31)
WHO SHOULD ENROLL IN FORKLIFT OPERATORS SAFETY TRAINING?
Employers are required to show documented evidence of their staff's regular safety training and competency on forklift operation. Staff operating Class 1 through 6 must be competent to operate a powered industrial truck safely, as it applies specifically to their job. Refresher training should be provided when staff are operating the vehicle unsafely,been involved in an accident or near miss, assigned a different type of truck or conditions in the workplace change that could affect the safe operation of their vehicle. We provide training with your equipment at your facility. Minimum group size is required.CERTIFICATION:
Forklift training is required as per the Occupational health and safety legislation in Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba. Applicable legislation in Alberta is with OH&S part 19 – Powered Mobile Equipment. The recognized standard for CSA across Canada for Forklifts is CSA Standard B335-04. For OH&S and OSHA in the US, certification and recertification of forklift operators for Class 1 through is required.
QUALITATIVE RESPIRATORY FIT TESTING FOR HALF AND FULL MASKS WITH FILTERED CARTRIDGES
If you have staff that wear Half or Full Respiratory Masks with filtered cartridges, they should be fit tested! Employers are responsible to ensure that their workers have an appropriate seal when working with vapours, particulates and fumes that could cause chemical damage to the workers lungs. Employers must select and provide an appropriate respirator based on the respiratory hazards for which the worker is exposed.
We conduct a Qualitative Fit Test, at your facility or ours. You supply your masks and cartridges for the test. Inform us if you will be providing a vapour cartridge or P100 filters and the Manufacturer of your masks
Ground Disturbance Level 1/11 – Theory programs that are certified by Global Training Centre and meets the ABCGA Standard 201.
Ground Disturbance Level 1 – Shorter awareness program that is assessed to the ABCGA 101 Ground Disturbance Standard. Appropriate for workers that are directly supervised by a Supervisor with Level 2 certification. This new version includes updates on Alberta Energy Regulators and recent changes to legislation and fines.
Ground Disturbance Level 2 – Includes Level 1 and 11 in this one day program. The course is assessed to the ABCGA 201 Ground Disturbance Standard and is valid for 3 years. It is a supervisory program that is recognized by industry regulators. It includes books and the Alberta Pipeline Act, Regulations and Rules plus AOHSA Part 32 Tunneling and Excavation Safety Code.
Ground Disturbance Standard 201 is considered the Level 2 Supervisory program, recognized by the ABCGA committee. This dynamic program is a 6.5 hour plus Global program. It meets the requirements of the Pipeline legislation in Alberta as well as including Alberta OHSA part 32. BC and Saskatchewan legislation can be covered, if requested in advance.
This classroom based seminar is a theory program. It includes Crossing Agreements, Work permits, NEB, Alberta Pipeline Act, Regulations and Rules. Videos as well as classroom based exercises on ground disturbances are included.
A temporary ticket is awarded, followed by a 3 year wallet card after successful completion on exam. Global Training Centre certifies this seminar, under the auspices of Allstar Enviro Safety instructors.
Time: 6.5 hour plus
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. Successful candidates will receive a 3 year certificate at the class.
All workers in the petroleum industry who could be exposed to hydrogen sulphide
5 Modules on Physical properties of H2S, Locations, Toxicity, Hazard Assessment and Control, Respirators, Gas Monitoring, Rescues
Students with an unexpired H2S Alive ticket can take the Blended renewal, which launched in 2020 through Energy Safety Canada.
Benefits of blended renewal:
Do online version at your convenience at Energy Safety Canada without having to sit through a full day course. Book an appointment with an Assessor from Allstar Enviro safety Phone: 4032141558, Email: email@example.com to be assessed on your physical skills component in person.
- Pass blended online with 70% or greater mark.
- Ensure that you have current proof of certification.
- Study physical skills requirement prior to assessment.
- Book and pay an Assessment fee with an Assessor from Allstar Enviro Safety.
- The Assessor will observe your skills in person.
- Receive an Energy Safety Canada 3 year ticket in H2S.
H2S awareness is a program about the physical properties and characteristics of Hydrogen Sulphide Gas. This is aimed at the learner who is not entering an industry site, such as Petroleum leases, but needs information on the hazards of H2S.
The theory of H2S is reviewed, such as physical properties, probable locations, occupational exposure limits and sample case studies. We discuss a 7 step initial response strategy.
This is a shorter course, since no physical skills are conducted. It spans several hours or up to half a day, depending on class size and interest.
We are facing a National Public emergency from Opiod poisoning. Deaths related to prescription and illicit opiods and potent synthetic opiods like fentanyl have had a significant increase in North America.
The objective of the Opioid Awareness workshop is to prevent disabiility and death by helping the general public recognize, access help and provide emergency care to victims of suspected opiod poisoning.
As of July, 2015, there are new amendments to the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act and Regulations. Our program is designed for road mode application and outlines the activities of the Consignor, Consignee and Carrier. This course teaches components of training, packaging, classification of Dangerous goods, safety training marking and placarding, documentation, Emergency Response Assistance Plan (ERAP) and Accident Reporting. EXAM AND CERTIFICATE
WORKPLACE HAZARDOUS MATERIALS INFORMATION SYSTEM – The revised course which incorporates the new GHS – Global Harmonization system.
WHO SHOULD TAKE THIS:
All Canadian employers and employees, manufacturers and Suppliers that could handle, control or mix dangerous chemicals under specific GHS Classes
When a hazardous product is used in the workplace, employers are required to:
- Train workers on the hazards and safe use of products.
- Ensure that WHMIS hazardous products are properly labelled.
- Prepare workplace labels, as needed when Supplier labels aren’t available.
- Prepare SDSs, as necessary (e.g., if an employer manufactures a hazardous product that is used on their work-site).
- Provide access to up-to-date SDSs (16 sections) to workers.
- Ensure appropriate control measures are in place to protect the health and safety of workers as per OHS regulations.
EXAM AND CERTIFICATE FROM ALLSTAR ENVIRO SAFETY
This class is up to 4 hours and 3 year certification. Asked regularly for Oilsands and Ft McMurray region
- The importance of the Canadian wilderness
- Use of a hierarchy of controls for wildlife encounters such as proactive controls, behaviour controls, audio controls and contact controls
- Information about bear ecology and behaviour
- How to identify bears signs, species and prevent encounters
- How to tell defensive, non-defensive, and predatory behaviours and deal with bear encounter. Responses to bear encounters
- The use of bear spray and other non lethal deterrents in a safe manner. Safe work procedures, storage,transport of aerosols,use of a holster, SDS sheets, and instruction.
- Information on Cougars, wolves, and other wildlife; and how to deal with possible encounters
Level one is theory and classroom based.. Level two has practical components, including demonstration of bear spray and an introduction to non lethal deterrents.
3 YEAR CERTIFICATE FROM ALLSTAR ENVIRO SAFETY