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Calgary Safety Training

Bear Awareness Level One/Two

Level One – Theory
Level Two – Inert Bear Spray use

 

This program is created to provide the information to hikers and employees who enter Bear Country. It is not designed for hunters. 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.

 

 

(Group rates may be available, based on size of class participants)

 

Confined Space –  Entrant / Monitor

This program covers Part 5 of the Occupational Health and Safety Act for Alberta regarding restricted and confined spaces. Examples of these spaces, their hazards, risks and controls are identified amongst a variety of industries that the candidates might be working in. Communications, code of practice for confined space entry, engineering controls such as lockouts, and case studies are discussed. Physical skills include mock rescues, donning of supplied air breathing apparatus and operation of gas monitors. Physical and atmospheric hazards are illustrated. Both monitor and entrant duties are outlined. 3 year certificate from Allstar Enviro Safety.

Other options are upgrade to the Confined Space Rescue program.

 

 

CPR (Cardio pulmonary resuscitation) Calgary
Red Cross oriented.

CPR programs provide the skills needed to recognize and respond to cardiovascular emergencies and choking. We include the latest CPR guidelines. You receive training in the use of an automated external defibrillator (AED).

CPR is always added to our First Aid courses. CPR may be a stand alone program without First Aid.

Level-A CPR Content :

  • The Red Cross
  • Responding to Emergencies
  • Check, Call, Care
  • Recovery Position
  • Choking – Adult
  • Assisting with Medications
  • Angina and Heart Attack
  • Stroke
  • CPR and AED – Adult
  • Deadly Bleeding
  • Other content required by specific legislation

Level-C:

  • The Red Cross
  • Responding to Emergencies
  • Check, Call, Care
  • Recovery Position
  • Choking – Adult, Child, and Baby
  • Assisting with Medications
  • Angina and Heart Attack
  • Stroke
  • CPR and AED – Adult, Child, and Baby
  • Deadly Bleeding
  • Other content required by specific legislation

 

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CPR BLS – Basic Life Support.

The new program for Health Care Providers.  One year expiry.

 

Stand-Alone CPR BLS inlcudes :

  • Safe Glove Removal
  • Primary Assessment of client
  • Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) -1 and 2 rescuer
  • Airway Obstructions and Choking skills
  • Assisted Ventilation
  • Special Considerations
  • AED

 

Dentists, Dental Hygensists, physicians, nurses and advanced health care workers as defined by their associations. 6 hours. 4 hours for recertification through the Red Cross.

 

HCP program expiry:

Beginning January 15, 2019, Any CPR-HCP certificates will be valid until its expiry date.

After January 15, 2019: Any CPR-HCP cannot recertify in HCP Level, Your new option is to  take a Basic Life Support (BLS) full course and meet the new standards.

 

Upon request, 2 other modules can be added:

 

OXYGEN THERAPY

  • BLS – Basic Life Support Content
  • Pulse Oximetry
  • Supplemental Oxygen to use
  • Handling of Oxygen Cylinders
  • Oxygen Regulators use
  • Thr Oxygen Delivery Devices
  • Administering Oxygen to the client
  • Other content required by specific legislation

 

AIRWAY MANAGEMENT

  • Basic Life Support Content
  • Opening The Mouth
  • The Tongue-Jaw Lift
  • Airway Adjuncts – Insertion And Removal of adjuncts
  • Oropharyneal (OPA) Airways
  • Nasopharyngeal (NPA) Airways
  • Sypraglottic Airways (Theory)
  • Other content required by specific legislation

 

COURSE  DURATION:

  • Stand-Alone  BLS  Program: 4 hours.
  • Include Airway Management: 5 hours.
  • Include  Oxygen Therapy: 5 hours.
  • Both Airway Management and Oxygen Therapy: 6 hours.
  • Recertification: 2 hours.

 

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Emergency First Aid / CPR / AED Calgary

We are a Training Partner of the Canadian Red Cross and  IPSR- Interprovincial Safety Resources.

We offer a classroom and blended versions of Workplace First Aid and CPR/AED training to comply with both federal and provincial/territorial legislation under OH&S.

This is a basic one-day course offering an overview of first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills. It can apply to  the workplace or home safety. This meets Alberta OHS regulations for Basic First Aid. CPR A, C or BLS can be included and AED.

A shorter recertification program may be available if retrained before 3 year expiry

Emergency First Aid

 

 

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Fall Protection End User
Falls, trips and slips are one of the leading causes of injury and death, both at home and in the workplace.  This industrial oriented program will focus on the underlying causes of falls, prevention and fall protection systems.

 

The course includes:

 

    •  Fall Protection Learning Objectives and CSA and ANSI standards
    • Alberta OH&S Safety Code, Part 9 legislation
    • Elimination,analysis,prevention and control plus overview of types and effects of falls
    • Worker and Employer responsibilities and recent incidents and statistics
    • Impact forces, fall arrest, Maximum arrest forces, fall clearance, free fall distance and calculations
    • Swing falls, suspension trauma, fall protection and rescue plans
    • Overview, definition, design purpose,pre-use visual inspection,care and maintenance, storage and hazards of ppe
    • Donning and doffing of body harnesses and inspection

 

Upon successful completion of theory and physical skills and exam, a certification ticket for three years is awarded. This course is certified through Allstar Enviro Safety.

 

 

ESC Fall Protection (Energy Safety Canada Certified) 

ESC Fall Protection

 

This is an one day  seminar. Comprising theory and practical skills. It includes: assessing hazards; fall protection, fall arrest and fall restraint systems. You will receive practice on body harness types and uses, equipment inspection and maintenance. The physics of  free fall, total fall, and clearance required distances are calculated. Alberta OHS applicable legislation and Industry Recommended Practices are discussed. Students will design a Fall Protection Plan, don a harness, and participate in a controlled weight transfer.

 

*This course is certified by Energy Safety Canada. and valid for three years.

 

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H2S Alive

Calgary H2S Alive is a one day, Energy Safety Canada certified program on Hydrogen Sulphide Gas. The course covers theory, Self contained and Supplied Air breathing apparatus, rescue carriea  and drags, electronic gas monitors and detector tubes, hazard assessments and scenarios applicable to the oil and gas industry. The 7 step initial response strategy is applied 3 year certification.

 

(Group rates and bulk course discounts are available)

 

Prerequisites: Candidates must bring government issued picture i.d. to program.

Participants must be physically capable of performing the required drag and lift exercises. The program is repeated again after 3 year expiry. This course was formerly ENFORM certified. Energy Safety Canada is the result of a merger between ENFORM and OSSA.

 

Duration: 1 Day. Please arrive on time as candidates must be present for  all components of the course.

H2S AliveH2S Alive

 

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H2S Awareness Calgary
Calgary H2S Awarness covers theory on Hydrogen Sulphide Gas . Often taken by Seismic and Survey personnel who are not likely to wear breathing apparatus or operate gas monitors.

 

This is a theory program to introduce candidates to the physical properties of Hydrogen Sulphide Gas. Points of release in the Oil and Gas industry are reserved, and occupational exposure limits of H2S and case studies discussed. No breathing apparatus or rescue/revival practice performed. Open book quiz. 3 Year certification. Up to 4 hours in length.

 

(dependent on how many are in class. Group rates and bulk course discounts available)

H2S Awareness

 

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COMMON SAFETY ORIENTATION (CSO)

This course must be completed within 90 days of purchase and fees are non-refundable. This course is proctored, which includes ID verification and confirmation of the person taking the exam. If verification is compromised, certification will not be validated and the user will need to register, pay and take the course again.

 

DESIGNED FOR

The Common Safety Orientation (CSO) is intended for 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 thee most-at-risk behviours by reviewing with 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).

 

2 Choices for delivery:

a) Online: Takes about 3 hours

Requirements: computer with: web camera, headset or speakers, internet access, Google Chrome installed, and the ability to print. You will also need government-issued ID and a valid email address

Advantage: Workers can take the CSO at a time and place that is convenient for them, provided they meet the system requirements

 

b) Computer lab: This is run by an Authorized Provider in person

Advantage: Workers who do not access to online or computers, can make an appointment to sit at our computer lab.

 

Certification:

Upon successful completion workers receive a certificate that does not expire.

 

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Standard First Aid / CPR / AED Calgary

We are a Training Partner of the Canadian Red Cross and  IPSR- Interprovincial Safety Resources,

We offer a classroom and blended versions of Workplace First Aid and CPR/AED training to comply with both federal and provincial/territorial legislation under OH&S.

 

This is a comprehensive two-day course offering first aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills. It is often taken for work requirements or for those seeking more extensive knowledge to in order to respond to emergencies at home. This seminar meets OHS Alberta legislation requirements. It can include CPR level A, C or BLS.

A one day program can be re-certified if ticket hasn’t expired.

We offer Red Cross oriented or IPSR certified programs, including Blended online program.

Standard First Aid

 

 

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STANDARD CHILD CARE FIRST AID WITH CPR B/AED

We are a Training Partner of the Canadian Red Cross.

We offer a classroom and blended versions of  Workplace First Aid and CPR/AED training to comply with both federal and provincial/territorial legislation under OH&S.

 

This is a very comprehensive two-day course with a focus on childhood injuries and illnesses. You will be exposed to the latest first aid and CPR guidelines and injury prevention skills and knowledge.

This program notes the legislation requirements for provincial/territorial early childhood education and day the safety requirements for child care workers.

 

CPR B CONTENT:

Level-B:

  • The Red Cross
  • Responding to Emergencies
  • The EMS
  • Check, Call, Care
  • Airway Emergencies
  • Assisting with Medications
  • Stroke
  • CPR and AED – Child and Baby
  • Breathing and Circulation Emergencies – Child and Baby
  • First Aid Respiratory and Cardiac Arrest – Child and Baby
  • Wound Care
  • Head, Neck, and Spine Injuries
  • Bone, Muscle, and Joint Injuries
  • Sudden Medical Emergencies
  • Environmental Illnesses
  • Poisons
  • Childhood Illnesses
  • Caring for Children
  • Any content required by specific legislation for your province

 

 

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TDG 

Transportation of Dangerous Goods Calgary – The TDG regulations were passed to protect the Public and the environment from dangerous occurrences. Our program is designed for road mode application and discusses the activities of the consignor, consignee and carrier. Course includes training, packaging, classification of Dangerous goods, safety marking and placarding, documentation, Emergency Response Assistance Plan (ERAP) and Accident Reporting. Open book exam, movie and lecture format. Bring in your description of your dangerous goods and Documentation for a more site specific program! Permanent ticket awarded following successful Completion. Up to 3 year certification (tied to length of time you work for the employer or if are self employed) Up to 4 hours in length.

 

Group rates and bulk course discounts are available upon request

TDG

 

 

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WHMIS 2015 GHS

Workplace Hazardous Material Information System has been amended as of June 1, 2015. Global Harmonization System (GHS) is a new worldwide chemical classification system that has changed the face of WHMIS. Canada has aligned the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS).

 

Suppliers, Distributors and Manufacturers have new requirements for Supplier Labels and Safety Data Sheets (SDS). Employers must train personnel in the new WHMIS 2015 program, which includes Pictograms and Hazard warnings and SDS.

 

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.

 

Aligning with GHS provides many benefits, including:

  • Hazard classification criteria are more comprehensive which improves  the indication of the severity of hazards.
  • New hazard classes are included on the labels.
  • Physical hazard criteria are now consistent with the Transport of Dangerous Goods (TDG regulations).
  • Standardized language (hazard and precautionary statements).
  • Standardized SDS format and more comprehensive details

 

Duration: Up to half day

Prerequisite: None

WHMIS 2015

 

 

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Ground Disturbance

Online Courses

 

Allstar Enviro Safety Registration Policies

AllstarEnviroSafety  greatly values your business. In order to provide consistency  and equality for all our students and clients, exceptions to the following  policies will not be offered.

COVID 19 Policy

All registrants are required to bring face coverings to class.  Note if you do not have one we can supply one for a small fee. Dependent on the course, you may also be required to wear gloves (ie SFA). 

Please do not attend and let us know immediately if you have COVID 19 symptoms, been exposed to someone with COVID 19, or have travelled in the past 14 days outside of Canada, or if you have been ordered by a Public health authority to quarantine.

Refund / Transfer and No Show Policies:

To be eligible for a full refund or to transfer to a new course, notification in writing, must be received no lessthan five (5)business  days prior to the start date (excluding the day of the course). If changes are requested within 3 to 5 business days prior to the course date a 25% administration fee will be charged.

Registrants who notify us within 2 business day prior to the course or just do not show up, are not eligible for transfer or refunds and forfeit all registration fees.

A "No Show" is defined as a student who does not attend or arrives within 15 minutes (late)of course start times.

On-line Courses - All registrations are final and no Refunds are available.

AllstarEnviro Safety Course Cancellations:

AllstarEnviroSafety  reserves the right to cancel classes. Cancellation notices are via email or phone. In the unlikely event that your training course does not take place after your booking has been confirmed, we will make every effort to reschedule the course and you will be offered an alternative date to take the course issued.

Blended first aid courses can not be refunded. Once the link is sent to a client, we cannot obtain a refund from the First aid institution.

Prerequisite Policy:

A course prerequisite:  any requirement a program identifies as necessary for a student to have successfully completed before taking the course. For example, H2S Alive, Common Safety Orientation  and Ground Disturbance require that you bring government issued picture i.d. to the class.  For recertification of CPR and First Aid, H2S Alive Blended Renewal. It is a requirement to send us the ticket to prove  that the card has not expired yet.

It is the right of AllstarEnviro Safety and/or the instructor to cancel a student's registration in a course if the student has not satisfied the published prerequisites for the course. Failure to provide proof of prerequisites on the day of the training will result in a full forfeit of course fees. Students are ultimately responsible for knowing and adhering to course prerequisites.

Third Party Registrations and Payments (companies, parents, spouses, friend, etc.)

As a third-party registrant, you agree to these policies on behalf of the student. It is the third party’s responsibility to ensure that all communication for the program  is received by the  student. AllstarEnviroSafety  will not release any of the Student’s personal information, to the third party without the Student’s prior written consent including  grades, or copies of tickets.

Inherent Risk

Some risk is inherent in all courses.  Many programs include lifting, hanging from a tripod, putting on breathing apparatus, rescuing and doing compressions repeatedly. By enrolling and  participating in these courses, it is understood that you are aware of this element of risk and accept it as an integral part of the activity. For those of you with any limitations, please identify them at the time of registration so we can do our best to accommodate your needs.

Cell phones, Cameras and Electronic devices

For the protections of our student’s privacy, the use of personal electronic devices for recording, photographing and video purposes is strictly prohibited. Please use electronic devices respectfully in all areas.

Literacy

Our programs require a certain level of literacy and a grasp of the English language to pass. Most programs do not accommodate an oral exam.  In addition, please bring your necessary hearing aids and glasses so that the student can grasp the program being delivered.

Behavior Policy

AllstarEnviroSafety  strives to provide our students with a safe and appropriate environment to facilitate learning. If AllstarEnviro Safety staff determine that a student’s behavior is disruptive or threatening, the staff may take any action he or she deems prudent to protect themselves. This can include discussing the matter with the student, asking the student to leave or calling the police.

 

Mailing Address: 239 – 4999 – 43 St SE, Calgary, Ab T2B 3N4

 

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Phone: 403-214-1558

Email: info@safetyclasses.ca

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