Top Five Safety Awareness Training Courses
Did you know the Canada Safety Council offers an extensive suite of safety awareness training eLearning courses? It’s true! Aside from being convenient, affordable and practical for small and large workforces alike, courses offered by the Canada Safety Council via our eLearning partners also provide you with confidence. We have a well-established track record in all matters safety-related, dating back more than a century.
Take a look below at our Top Five Safety Awareness Training Courses:
This course provides basic information on fire protection and prevention in the workplace. Users who take this course report a better understanding of fire hazards, prevention techniques, different fire and fire extinguisher classes and their uses, and appropriate first aid tips. This 30–60-minute course starts at $29 CAD, with bulk discounts available starting at 100 seats.
The Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) course reviews important information about transporting chemical and biological substances that may carry higher risks in transit, whether by road, rail, water or air. This course follows the requirements and regulations of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods Act. This 90-minute course starts at $49 CAD, with bulk discounts available starting at 100 seats.
The Forklift Safety course deals with everything relating to safe forklift operation, including hazard identification, safe carrying and load handling, pre-operation checks and forklift maintenance. This course, which can be done in 30 minutes or less, starts at $29 CAD with bulk discounts available.
Safe use of ladders in the workplace is the priority in this 30-minutes-or-less course. Users will learn how best to avoid preventable injury from improper ladder use and be presented with safe setup and placement information, safe use guidelines and safety tips for wood, aluminum and fibreglass ladders. This course starts at $29 CAD and can be discounted further starting at 100 seats.
As Canada’s national hazard communication standard, it’s probably no surprise to see WHMIS 2015 topping the Canada Safety Council’s Safety Awareness Training Courses list. Learners will discover legal requirements relating to labeling and Safety Data Sheets, what requirements are placed on suppliers, employers and employees, and procedures on safe use and storage of hazardous products. The course can be purchased for $15 CAD and takes 30-60 minutes to complete.