Training and Education
Safety Comp Services offers a wealth of experience and knowledge in the field of Occupational Health and Safety Training.
Training sessions are facilitated by credited health and safety professionals experienced in adult education and the practical application and integration of health and safety principles into work activities.
Our training programs use relevant and subject specific case studies to demonstrate real life situations and effective methods of hazard control. This will help to ensure that participants have a full understanding of how to implement the practical information presented in their training session.
Upon request our consultants are available to conduct a pre-training needs assessment of your workplace. The information collected is integrated into the training materials to ensure that our courses truly speak to your workers.
Training sessions vary depending on the topic and the needs of the participants. Course durations can range between 1-hour awareness sessions to 3-day intensive courses. Safety Comp Services works with you during a pre-training meeting to determine the most appropriate program.
We offer flexible, workplace-specific courses for all levels of your organization, not only to meet your regulatory obligations, but also to assist you in communicating your company’s OH&S commitment and performance objectives.
Do you require multiple training sessions? Bundle them together and save! Our training staff would be pleased to meet with you to discuss your training needs and are available to assist you in conducting a Training Needs Assessment. Simply contact Safety Comp Services.
Accessibility for Ontarians with Disability Act (AODA)
The AODA Customer Service Standard is about understanding the different needs that persons with disabilities may have and interacting with them in a way that will help them the most.
Confined Space Entry Awareness
Upon course completion, participants will be knowledgeable about confined space requirements under the Occupational Health and Safety Act, will be able to recognize confined spaces and describe the major hazards, will be able to identify controls.
Fall Prevention and Fall Protection
The objective of this program is to increase the awareness and knowledge of attendees about the potential hazards of fall prevention and fall protection, and to understand what training, knowledge and skill is required to ensure the safety of all workers and the public when working at heights.
JHSC Basic Certification Part I
This training provides an overall knowledge of health and safety concepts that apply to all workplaces. Participants review various pieces of legislation and a number of standards for health and safety and learn proper methods of recognizing, assessing and controlling workplace health and safety hazards. In addition, the proper way to performing an accident investigation and workplace inspection are key components of this training.
Natural Gas in Construction
Natural Gas in Construction training course is valid for temporary equipment up to 400,000 Btu/h.
Propane in Construction
Propane is widely used in construction for a variety of everyday tasks, including flame cutting, space heating, heating or melting materials, and powering internal combustion engines. Upon completion, participants will be able to recognize and evaluate the hazards associated with propane and to know the procedures and controls necessary to minimize those hazards.
Supervisor Competency Awareness
Each worker has a role to play in safety. The role of the supervisor directly impacts the success of any Health and Safety Program by the effectiveness of its implementation and enforcement. The Supervisor Safety training teaches those workers how to be effective mentors while understanding their roles and responsibilities.
This course teaches participants how to develop an effective traffic control plan. Participants learn how to recognize, evaluate and control hazards related to road construction.
The Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) is Canada's national hazard communication standard. The three main elements of WHMIS are cautionary labelling of containers of WHMIS "controlled products", the provision of material safety data sheets (MSDSs) and worker education and training programs.