2 DAY TRAFFIC CONTROL PROGRAM
Offering the Two Day Traffic Control Program, the industry has a major shortfall for Traffic Control Persons. Come join us for a fast paced high earning job, with entry level experience! We run regular intakes as well as private groups where we can go to your location. Groups of 14 Maximum, call us for a quote.
1 DAY REFRESHER COURSE
This is a one day refresher program for those Traffic Control Persons with Certificates who are about to expire or for those who have expired within 12 months and want to re-certify. This is just classroom theory no on the road portion, Approximately 7 hours of theory followed by a requalification exam . Great opportunity to review industry changes you always learn something new.
LANE CLOSURE TECHNICIAN COURSE
Cost: 169 per student
The Lane Closure Technician Course is an eight hour program, which is an added to the Basic Two Day Program course we offer. We encourage students enrolling in the two day program to sign up for the Lane Closure Technician Course as it will give more in depth learning on the work zone set ups according to the 2015 Interim Ministry of Transportation Manual for Work on Roadways. The course is designed to give the student knowledge to safely set up a variety of work zones. In addition to the classroom theory there is a 2 hour hands on practical portion to the program. The course is designed for individuals seeking employment in the Traffic Control Industry.
TRAFFIC CONTROL SUPERVISOR & TRAFFIC PLAN TRAINING:
Cost: $200 per student
The Traffic Control Supervisor Training program is a combined knowledge program including the interpretation and building of Traffic Management Plans. Traffic Management Plans are enforced for each work zone, and having the ability to read and understand them, then further implementing them is what Supervisors or field Traffic Control Persons are required to do. The course is an eight hour day will teach Supervisors (No Certification Required for Traffic Control Supervisors) how to read Traffic Management Plans and implement them into their work zones. Supervisor Responsibilities are taught along with Hazard Assessments, Safety Toolbox Tailgate meetings, and other forms that are required to be filled out on the job. We gear the program to cover a variety of safety issues that present itself and the challenges in day to day work zones. We instruct on problem solving, and safe work procedures to give an overall understanding of what is required as a Traffic Control Supervisor.
This course is highly recommended for those who are planning on working with large long term projects.
The Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) has aligned with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS). GHS is a worldwide system. With a common set of rules for classifying hazardous products, common rules for labels, and a standard format for safety data sheets (SDSs). As of December 1, 2018, there must be WHMIS 2015 labels and safety data sheets for all hazardous products in the workplace.
Occupational First Aid Level 2 (OFA2):
The Occupational First Aid Level 2 (OFA2) course covers all medical techniques within the responsibility of the attendant at a workplace.
Candidates must be at least 16 years of age. Students need to be able to understand and perform the first aid skills required to complete the learning tasks. No previous first aid training is required. This means you can take this course, and not having to take any other level of first aid.
Occupational First Aid Level 3 (OFA3):
Occupational First Aid Level 3 (OFA 3) is a program designed for remote worksites or employers with large workforces more than 20 minutes from medical aid. Successful participants will be qualified to work as a WorkSafeBC OFA Level 3 first aid attendant. Initial certification requires full participation and course attendance, plus successful completion of both written and practical exams (held on the last day of the course). OFA Level 3 meets the requirements for the Canada Labour Code (Advanced First Aid).
WorkSafeBC requires that fall protection be provided at elevations of 10 feet. In addition, WorkSafeBC requires that fall protection be provided when working over dangerous equipment and machinery, regardless of the fall distance. View WorkSafeBC Regulations Section Part 11. Our fall protection training course engages and instructs workers, who use fall arrest and fall restraint equipment and systems, on the proper methods to ensure safety. Topics covered will be WorkSafeBC regulations and legislation, introduction, fall protection hierarchy, guardrail systems, control zone systems, fall restraint systems, fall arrest systems, inspections of equipment, anchor criteria, full body harness and fitting, lanyards, shock absorber, connectors, carabiners, donning practice and partner check.
When there is a confined space in the workplace, ALL workers in that workplace require Confined Space Awareness training as well as workplace specific training.
This online course identifies the characteristics of a confined space, describes the risks associated with working in a confined space and the prescribed methods for controlling those risks, and explains the documentation requirements pertaining to confined space work.
The objective of this course is to adequately protect the health of all workers coming into contact with hazardous atmospheres, where there is no possibility of implementing engineering or work practice controls. In addition, this course is meant to increase the awareness of respiratory hazards in the workplace and to inform employees of means available to protect themselves and others from those hazards.