logo

practical solutions
for a safer workplace

ONLINE TRAINING - POWERED MOBILE EQUIPMENT COURSES


Aerial Lifts

For certification this course must be combined with a practical evaluation.

Raise safety awareness with this course. It trains workers on the ins and outs of aerial lift operation: types, design, hazards, maintenance, and safety. The course examines the visual inspection process, the physics of stability, the role of gravity, and the use of outriggers, stabilizers, and extendable axles.

Aerial Lift Platform training requires both a theory and practical component. This online training course will cover the theory part, but the practical component must be done by your employer. Your supervisor or an authorized representative of your employer MUST also evaluate your competency to operate the specific aerial lift you will be using. To view our mobile elevated work platform evaluation form, click here.

As per legislation, ONLY your employer can issue you a certificate of competency.

Crane Inspection

Show employees how to conduct and/prepare for daily, monthly, or annual inspections. This course covers roles and responsibilities, post-inspection, logs, and corrective measures.

Forklifts: Inspect, Recharge, and Refuel

For certification this course must be combined with a practical evaluation.

Performing the job safely on a forklift not only requires lifting, lowering, and travelling safely, but also inspecting your forklift before every shift and knowing the correct procedures for refueling and recharging. Go beyond operational forklift training to give employees an in-depth look at forklift inspections, recharging a forklift battery and refueling a gas, diesel, or LPG engine.

Forklift Certification requires both a theory and practical component. This online training course will cover the theory part, but the practical component will be done by your employer. Your supervisor or an authorized representative of your employer MUST also evaluate your competency (Forklift Evaluation form) to operate the specific forklift you will be using. Once the practical evaluation is complete, your supervisor or authorized employer representative can issue a certificate, such as the one available here.

As per legislation, ONLY your Employer can issue you a certificate of competency.

Forklifts: Understanding the Risks

For certification this course must be combined with a practical evaluation.

Forklifts: Understanding The Risks describes the common hazards of operating forklifts. It reviews the importance of understanding how to correctly operate forklifts, factors that can lead to incidents, and the importance of inspecting vehicles before and during operation.

Forklift Certification requires both a theory and practical component. This online training course will cover the theory part, but the practical component will be done by your employer. Your supervisor or an authorized representative of your employer MUST also evaluate your competency (Forklift Evaluation form) to operate the specific forklift you will be using. Once the practical evaluation is complete, your supervisor or authorized employer representative can issue a certificate, such as the one available here.

As per legislation, ONLY your Employer can issue you a certificate of competency.

Indoor Cranes

Help protect employees from the hazards of crane work. The program shows the dos and don’ts of inspections, testing, rigging, and operations.

Rigging: Equipment Basics

Learn the basics of rigging: equipment ratings, slings, hitches, wire ropes, web slings, rigging process, and attachments like shackles and eyebolts. The course takes your employees through rigging procedures, offering safety advice every step of the way.

Rigging Operations

If you’re at a loss of what should be in a rigging plan and how to use a lifting plan for your rigging operations, then this course is for you. Train your workers on equipment requirements, load characteristics, and environmental factors. Ensure that they follow inspection procedures and heed safety advice on load lifting and equipment maintenance. This course also discusses the equipment requirements, environmental factors, and safe lift preparation.

Scissor and Boom Lift Safety

Train lift operators and help protect employees. The program tackles hazards, pre-operation inspections, work zone safety, and operational dos and don’ts.

TDG – Transportation of Dangerous Goods

This is an awareness course for the transportation of dangerous goods.

Following the completion of Transportation of Dangerous Goods training, employers must issue a training certificate that meets the TDG Regulations, such as the one available here.