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Employers must implement procedures for responding to reports or incidents of bullying and harassment. The procedures must ensure a reasonable response to the report or incident and aim to fully address the incident and ensure that bullying and harassment is prevented or minimized in the future. Have a group? Give us a call and we can set up a private class for you and your team!
Bullying & Harassment$100.00
The Confined Spaces Entry course is 4-hour training program. A confined space can be more hazardous than regular work spaces for many reasons. Once you have completed it, we recommend that you are provided with some on the job training to cover site-specific confined spaces entry you will encounter at your workplace. Confined Space Entry provides an opportunity to learn how to:
- Identify, define and classify a confined space.
- Define a permit-required confined space.
- Refer to the standards and the regulations related to confined spaces.
- Better understand the hazards associated with confined spaces.
- Work safely within a confined space.
- Follow the procedures associated with confined space entry.
- Identify the proper safety equipment needed in confined spaces.
- Prepare an emergency response plan.
Confined Space Entry$100.00
Construction Safety Officer (CSO) In partnership with Safety CentralIn recent years there is a trend for builders and contractors to pay more attention to safety-related matters than ever before. It is a fact that companies embracing safety preform better and have a higher retention percentage in their workforce. A Construction Safety Officer ensures that the construction workers are following established policies and safety regulations. A CSO may take on additional roles and responsibilities, but their primary job is helping to create safer work sites. They develop, implement, and enforce policies that reduce the risk of accidents. The Safety Officer determines what policies are needed and how to enforce them. Upon successful completion, students will receive a Construction Safety Officer certificate. The course examines the various authorities and legislation governing construction sites. Included are:
- Vancouver Building Bylaw
- Workers Compensation Act
- Occupational Health & Safety Regulation
- BC Fire Code
- Responsibilities of all parties are discussed and prevention activities to meet the duties of responsible persons are explained namely:
- Health and Safety Programs
- Conducting Risk Assessments
- Writing Safe Work Procedures
- Instructing and Training, Orientations, New and Young Worker
- Performing Site Inspections
- Managing Injury Reports
- Accident Investigations
- Confined Space Procedures
- De-Energization and Lock Out
- Excavation and Shoring
- Fall Protection
- Concrete Construction
- Electrical Safety
- Cranes and Hoists
- Traffic Control
- Emergency Response Planning
Construction Safety Officer (CSO)$2,000.00
ABCB First Aid offers this 4 Hour course to give participants an understanding of fall protection as it relates to safety standards in the Workplace; exposes them to different fall hazards in their work environment; and examines the critical components of safe and effective fall protection systems. A hands-on learning component allows them to become familiar with some of the systems and solutions. The course is intended for industry workers, but may also be of interest to joint health and safety committee members, worker health and safety representatives, Supervisors, and business owners or operators who wish to improve healthy and safety knowledge in their workplace. Description: Workers require additional on-the-job training to cover site-specific fall-protection equipment and applications they will encounter at their workplace. After completing the course, participants will be able to:
- Understand how to work safely in areas exposed to fall hazards
- Give examples of situations where fall protection equipment is necessary
- Recognize workplace fall hazards, and apply corrective measures
- Identify essential components of fall protection systems
- Create fall protection control systems in the workplace
- Explain basic fall protection as it relates to safety regulations and standards in B.C.
- Understand the governing bodies that control fall protection regulations and standards
Qualitative Respirator Fit Test WorkSafeBC requires that all employees who wear respirators be given an annual fit test. All respirators, (Half face, full face, or disposable N95 type) must fit properly and form a good seal on your face. ABCB First Aid Offers a Qualitative Fit Test that checks to make sure contaminated air cannot leak into your respirator and be inhaled. To ensure a good fit, nothing, including eyeglass frames, head coverings or beards/sideburns must come between your respirator and your skin where the respirator seals with your face. As there are many types of masks we ask that you bring the type of mask that you need fitted, as ABCB First Aid & Safety does not sell masks. Call or Email to book: 250-753-2888 / email@example.com
Respirator Fit Test$55.00
In partnership with Universal Health and Safety (The Universal Group)
COURSE OUTLINEConstruction flagging is a challenging job and needs the utmost attention and care. The Traffic Control Person course is required to be completed prior to becoming a flagger. CSA approved steel toed boots with ankle support are required during this course.
PREREQUISITESA person must be at least 16 years old and have the physical ability to perform the skills required to complete the learning tasks. No previous flagger training is required.
CERTIFICATIONOnce completed, each graduating student is issued a three-year TCP certificate that allows them the ability to work anywhere in BC as a Traffic Control Person. This is recognized by WorkSafeBC as a valid High-Risk TCP certificate in the province. There is a multiple choice exam that requires a minimum score of 80%. There is also a practical skills session on the roadway that each student must pass. The Universal Group may offer immediate TCP employment opportunities to qualified candidates.
- Roles and responsibilities of TCPs, employers and supervisors
- Regulations and standards, including those set out by the Ministry of Transportation, WorkSafeBC and the Motor Vehicle Act
- Traffic control equipment and devices, including personal protective equipment
- Setting up, maintaining and removing work zones
- Working around equipment
- Basic and advanced traffic control skills
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The potential for violence exists whenever there is direct interaction between workers and non-workers. Employers must provide a workplace as safe from the threat of violence as possible. If there is a risk of violence in a workplace, the employer must set up and instruct workers on procedures to eliminate or minimize the risks. This course goes over how to navigate these issues and what should be set in place to deter then from happening Have a group? Give us a call and we can set up a private class for you and your team!
Violence In The Workplace$100.00