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Certified OSSE External Auditor
 This course introduces the concepts of auditing an occupational health and safety management system and provides participants with comprehensive information on the Occupational Safety Standard of Excellence (OSSE) program. The course also focuses on the certification process for companies seeking OSSE certification and the WorkSafeBC rebate.
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Combustible Dust Awareness
Dust found in manufacturing can be combustible. When fine dust particles catch fire in the air – the fire can spread quickly and even lead to an explosion. This online awareness course will provide you with the key principles and concepts for recognizing the hazards, unsafe conditions and preventive actions associated with combustible dust.
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Combustible Dust for Contractors
Written for contractors – this online course discusses key principles and concepts for recognizing the hazards, unsafe conditions and preventive actions associated with combustible dust. Combustible dust is found in many manufacturing settings and can lead to rapidly spreading fires and even explosions.
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Combustible Dust for Workers
This online awareness course will provide participants with the key principles and concepts for recognizing the hazards, unsafe conditions and preventive actions associated with combustible dust. Accurately identifying, assessing, and controlling combustible dust is an essential part of an occupational health and safety (OHS) program. Employees, contractors, or managers/supervisors with combustible dust in their workplace will be better prepared to control combustible dust hazards, develop safe work procedures, and prevent incidents and injuries.
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Confined Space Awareness
This course covers core elements of a confined space program and how to manage these spaces. It is designed to provide supervisors, entrants, and attendants with the knowledge required to understand confined spaces so they can plan and carry out necessary work safely. WorkSafeBC regulation requires any employer who has confined spaces to provide employees with awareness training
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De-energization and Lockout
For workers and supervisors: understand what hazardous energy is and identify it in your workplace. Learn to apply the Occupational Health and Safety Regulations (OHSR) requirements for lockout and de-energization to prevent the release of hazardous energy to prevent injuries and property damage.

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Dust Hazard Analysis
In this comprehensive, two-day course in Kelowna, BC, learn to complete a Dust Hazard Analysis for your organization to meet the requirements of NFPA 652.
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Emergency Response Awareness
This online course explores response to emergency situations that can be encountered in manufacturing. The goal of the course is to provide a basic understanding of what to anticipate and expect when responding to an emergency.
Emergency Response Planning
Emergency response planning is one of the key elements to include in your occupational health and safety program. This program allows you to plan out how you would respond to an emergency in the event of, which can result in saving lives, property, revenue, etc. 
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Employee Safety Orientation
Managers and supervisors are responsible for shaping behaviour while ensuring employees receive an adequate introduction to workplace health and safety. On completion of this online course, new hires and HR managers looking for support with the OHS portion of their workplace orientation program will have a better understanding of common workplace health and safety elements. Note: this course is meant to be used with a workplace orientation program.
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Ergonomics 101
Ergonomics is concerned with the “fit” between the user, equipment and environment. Ergonomics takes into account users’ capabilities and limitations to ensure tasks, functions, information and the environment suit each user. This course provides information to managers, supervisors and employees on proper ergonomic design to prevent repetitive strain injuries and other musculoskeletal disorders.
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Ergonomics 102
Ergonomic design is necessary to prevent repetitive strain injuries and other musculoskeletal disorders, which can develop over time and can lead to long-term disability. This course builds on the fundamentals of Ergonomics and assists managers, supervisors, and employees in implementing a musculoskeletal injuries/disorder reduction program.
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Fatigue Management | Introduction
This online course introduces the concepts of radiation and radiation safety to people who work in environments where radiation is used and for anyone wanting basic knowledge on the subject. It defines radiation and creates a better understanding of its impacts within the manufacturing and food processing sectors, and to recognize radiation regulatory bodies.
Fundamentals of Thermal Imaging
Understanding and employing thermal imaging technologies can uncover impending equipment failures or dangerous situations that left unchecked, could lead to lost production or serious injury. This course is recommended as a basic requirement for workers in maintenance or in the trades who already conduct or are planning to conduct thermal surveys.
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Hazard Identification and Control
A hazard identification and control program is a systematic approach to identifying and analyzing workplace hazards in an effort to mitigate risk of injuries and occupational disease. This course will provide employees, managers, supervisors and JHSCs working in BC’s manufacturing industry with tools and a basic understanding of hazard recognition, risk assessments, and control methods.
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Incident Investigation
An effective and systematic incident investigation program is a key driver to the continuous improvement of your health and safety program, policies. This course will examine the purpose and outcomes of an incident investigation. JHSC members, managers, supervisors or employees will learn how to determine the cause or causes of incidents, to identify any related unsafe conditions or acts, and to recommend corrective actions to prevent similar incidents.
Industrial Storage Racking
Your storage racking system can influence productivity throughout the entire logistics chain. Steel storage racks are common equipment in industries such as distribution centres, warehouses, manufacturing plants, and the storage area of retail operations. This half-day workshop for managers, supervisors, inspection teams, and workers, identifies inherent hazards associated with storage racks and provides best practices for effective installation, maintenance and repair to prevent incidents, injuries, lost time and unforeseen expenses.
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Instructional Skills for Supervisors
This customizable 1 day course will help managers, supervisors, or lead-hands acquire the necessary skills to become more effective adult educators. It will also assist seasoned trainers to bring their skills to a higher level of competency and show them how to enhance the effectiveness of courses, crew talks, and on-the-job training.
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Joint Health and Safety Committee
A Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC) is a primary component of any employer’s Occupational Health and Safety management system. The JHSC provides its members with the fundamentals and tools to carry out their duties effectively and is a legal requirement for all BC workplaces with 20 or more employees. This course is designed for new and experienced JHSC members and alternates.
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Machine Safeguarding
Every day workers have to deal with hazardous energy from machinery and equipment. Are there safeguards in place to prevent contact with hazardous power, point of contact (body part and equipment) and ejecting material?
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Mental Health Awareness
Mental health is feeling good about who you are, having balance in your life, and managing life’s challenges. It is the responsibility of both employers and employees to protect and promote mental health in the workplace to ensure people are psychologically safe. For an introduction to the fundamentals of workplace mental health, start with this 1-hour online course.
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Principles of OHS Management
An occupational health and safety (OHS) program is a plan of action designed to prevent accidents and occupational diseases. This course will provide any employee within a company that is planning on building or sustaining an OHS program with essential information on legislative requirements and what an OHS program is. A health and safety program not only includes specific elements required by legislation but also relies on commitment, leadership and worker participation to achieve its outcomes.
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Radiation Awareness
This online course introduces the concepts of radiation and radiation safety to people who work in environments where radiation is used and for anyone wanting basic knowledge on the subject. It defines radiation and creates a better understanding of its impacts within the manufacturing and food processing sectors, and to recognize radiation regulatory bodies.
Available 24/7

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Respiratory Protection
This awareness level course will introduce you to how respiratory protection is used, inspected, and maintained in the workplace. This is a basic awareness course to help you better understand how to protect your health and safety.  This course does NOT qualify individuals to work in Immediately Dangerous to Life or Health (IDLH) environments. Additional […]
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Safety Culture 101
Take an active role in making your workplace healthy and safe. in this 90-minute online course for frontline employees, Occupational Health & Safety (OHS) professionals, members of OHS committees, and supervisors and managers: Learn the difference between safety climate and culture. Understand how safety culture fits into your corporate culture. Recognize the benefits of a strong safety culture. Plan ways to strengthen your own organization’s safety culture.
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Slips, Trips and Falls
Slips, trips, and falls in the workplace are a leading cause of lost time claims and have a significant impact on workers and employers. In this course, learn how to minimize incidents due to slips, trips, and falls.
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Small Employer OHS Fundamentals
Small Employer OHS Fundamentals is designed to introduce small employers to occupational health and safety fundamentals. Under the law, small employers have a role and responsibility to protect their workers from injury and illness on the job. This course will outline the roles and responsibilities of everyone in the workplace along with health and safety regulations in British Columbia.
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Small Employer Program Building
An occupational health and safety (OHS) program is a plan of action designed to prevent accidents and occupational diseases. Small employers with 19 or fewer employees learn the basic principles, concepts and tools necessary to develop and implement an OHS program at their workplace via this online course.
Available 24/7
Workplace Inspections
Effective inspections are one of the most important incident/ accident prevention tools in a company’s safety and health program. Properly trained inspectors in a systematic inspection program will help reduce incidents and property damage. This course will guide JHSC members, Worker Health and Safety Reps, managers, or supervisors responsible for workplace inspection in the creation of an effective safety inspection program.
Thu, Dec 8th @ 2:00 pm
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Anytime eLearning
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X-ray Safety in the Workplace
The X-ray Safety in the Workplace course is an awareness-level course to help learners understand how X-ray technology is used in the manufacturing and food processing industries and how to increase safety around this equipment. It is an essential building block for anyone seeking to play a constructive role in making their workplace healthy and safe.

Training Partner Courses

Partner Course
Anger Management
This workshop helps attendees become more effective at managing their language, emotions, and interactions when dealing with difficult situations in the workplace.
Offered by: Sensitivity Training Canada
Partner Course
Mental Health Intervention
The Mental Health Initial Intervention teaches individuals how to recognize and help employees in the workplace who are displaying signs of mental health distress; until proper support is in place or until the crisis is resolved.
Offered by: Diversified Rehabilitation Group