Course Length: One full day of training (8 hours) A certificate will be issued upon successful completion of the course. Formerly Inspections and Safe Work Procedures, this interactive workshop is divided into three sections: Spot the Hazard (Hazard Identification), Assess the Risk (Risk Assessment), and Find a Safer Way Every day (Risk Control). The course will emphasize different control measures such as elimination, substitution and engineering, and focus on developing SAFE Work Procedures.
Course Length: One day (8 hours) A certificate from the Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba will be issued upon completion. The day will be spent focusing on key points of interaction between WCB, Employers and Workers including rate setting/managing costs, reporting injuries, decision-making, dispute resolution, claims management and the benefits of return to work programs.
Course Length: One day (8 hours) A certificate from the Workers Compensation Board of Manitoba will be issued upon completion.
Course Length: One half-day of training (4 hours) Attend this presentation for the practical interpretation of changes in the law and how they affect your workplace. Effective February 1st, 2007 the new ‘omnibus’ Regulation became effective and affects every person who works in Manitoba. If you are a worker, supervisor, contractor, employer, owner or supplier, you need to know the bottom line. With the current emphasis on the construction industry, now is the time to prepare yourself: ”In the eyes of the law, not knowing is not an excuse!” A current copy of the WSH Act and new Regulation will be detailed with practical solutions to implementation will be discussed. This is a must-attend session.
Course Length: One half-day of training (4 hours) A certificate will be issued upon successful completion of the course. If machinery could unexpectedly activate or if the unexpected release of an energy source could cause injury, the energy source must be isolated and controlled. This is done through a lockout/tagout procedure. Upon the successful completion of the program, students will be qualified to develop a company-approved lockout/tagout procedure. Lockout/tagout is one of three safe work procedures that Workplace Safety Legislation requires an employer to develop. Lockout/tagout systems are not only used when dealing with electricity, but also for hydraulic, pneumatic, steam and other systems. Employee training in your company’s lockout/tagout system is essential.
Course Length: One half-day of training (4 hours) A certificate will be issued upon successful completion of the course. ***We recommend that you bring a current copy of the WSH Act & Regulation to highlight and reference information. A classroom copy will be provided for in class use only.*** Workplace Safety and Health Legislation requires a Prime Contractor to be designated on all construction projects where more than one employer or self-employed person(s) are involved in work on site at the same time. The Prime Contractor is granted overall responsibility to ensure compliance with WSH regulations at the work site. Work site activities need to be coordinated so that the work of one employer does not create unsafe conditions for the workers of another employer on the site. CSAM’s Prime Contractor course will focus on providing companies with effective guidelines to assist them in fulfilling their responsibilities. This course will examine a Prime Contractor’s legislated requirements and focus on developing practical methods to meet these requirements.
Course Length: Half day (4 hours) A certificate will be issued upon course completion. This half-day seminar is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and skills to effectively manage and monitor a health and safety management system. This workshop will focus on the organization and maintenance of safety program documentation and how to implement and maintain a continuous improvement cycle.
Course Length: Half day (4 hours) This course comes complete with a certificate of training. ***We recommend that you bring a current copy of the WSH Act & Regulation to highlight and reference information. A classroom copy will be provided for in class use only.*** What’s happening on your work sites? What should you be doing? Legally, every employer must have on each of their job sites a designated safety representative who is familiar with their legal duties and responsibilities. This workshop is specifically tailored to the roles of the site worker safety representatives. Learn guidelines and practical solutions to your legislated responsibilities for safety and health concerns on the job site.
Course Length: Two full days of training (16 hours) This program is based on the requirements of Provincial legislation and competencies within NFPA 1006. The Confined Space Entry session thoroughly covers competencies required by those who intend to enter confined spaces as part of their work duties. The second day of training adds the responsibilities for Standby Workers and methods of Non-Entry Rescue. Confined Space Entry – Day One (8 hours)
Confined Space Entry Rescue (Non-IDLH) – Day Two (8 hours) PREREQUISITE: Confined Space Entry This second day of training helps to ensure that those tasked with the roles and responsibilities of rescue fully understand the importance and the legislated responsibilities of the role. Participants will be challenged with Entry Rescue skills, techniques and scenarios to removal entrants from non-IDLH confined spaces. Entry Rescue (Non-IDLH)
The passing mark on both the written test and practical evaluations is 80%.
|Start Date||Course Name||Location||Seats Left|
|Oct 28, 2020||Confined Space Entry and Entry Rescue |
Duration: 16.0 hours
|Nov 19, 2020||Confined Space Entry and Entry Rescue |
Duration: 16.0 hours
Course Length: 8 hours All participants receive a certificate of training and a wallet-sized card upon successful completion. Learn to think, react and improvise in emergency situations from the world leader in first aid, the Canadian Red Cross. The employer, owner, or general contractor is responsible for providing and maintaining first aid services, equipment and supplies in accordance with the first aid requirements stated in the Workplace Safety and Health Act and Regulations.
Course Length: 16 hours All participants receive a certificate of training and a wallet-sized card upon successful completion. Learn to think, react and improvise in emergency situations from the world leader in first aid, the Canadian Red Cross. Includes full content of First Aider I/CPR:
Course Length: One half-day of training (4 hours) A certificate will be issued upon successful completion of the course. Workplace Safety and Health Legislation addresses problems relating to occupational noise-induced hearing loss. Depending on the level of noise your employees are exposed to, the legislation imposed a legal duty on the employer to implement education, surveillance and noise control procedures. Employees are trained in the importance of selecting the right type, fit and proper use of hearing protection for the particular job they are doing.
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Course Length: One day (8 hours) A certificate will be issued upon course completion. This one day course is designed for anyone working in the construction or fabrication industry or anyone who works with cranes (indoor cranes or hoisting mobile cranes). This course emphasizes the importance of following Workplace Safety & Health Regulations 217/2006 and provides basic knowledge and competency when working with rigging equipment.
Training under the new Transportation of Dangerous Goods Clear Language Legislation is required for all who transport or handle dangerous goods. Learn to interpret and apply the Regulations, including provisions for: classification, scheduling, safety marks, documentation, packaging, reporting, protective equipment and safe handling.
Course Length: One half-day of training (4 hours) A certificate will be issued upon successful completion of the course. Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System 2015 (WHMIS 2015) is a globally harmonized communication system dealing with controlled products and includes three main components: labels, safety data sheets (SDS), and worker education. WHMIS 2015 provides employers and workers with information about the controlled products they work with on the job. Participants will earn a WHMIS 2015 certificate of training.http://youthwhmis.constructionsafety.ca
Course Length: One day (8 hours) The Working at Heights Training Program is designed to support consistent and quality training for workers in the Province of Manitoba, with respect to core competencies required for working at heights. The Working at Heights Course is built around this newly developed standard and can be customized to address the specific hazards of a sector, including common equipment and machinery used within that sector. This course is structured as a modular format that allows core theory training to be completed separately from practical training elements.
The Working at Heights Basic Theory module covers the following content:
The Working at Heights Practical module covers the following content:
The passing mark on both the written test and practical evaluations is 80%. Please contact Marla Warnick, Training and Program Coordinator, at 204-775-3171 for more information on how to obtain the Fall Protection portion of this course.
|Start Date||Course Name||Location||Seats Left|
|Sep 28, 2020||Working at Heights Training - Manitoba |
Duration: 8.0 hours
|Oct 22, 2020||Working at Heights Training - Manitoba |
Duration: 8.0 hours
|Nov 03, 2020||Working at Heights Training - Manitoba |
Duration: 8.0 hours
Course Length: 8 hours This workshop meets the requirements of WSH Legislation and is intended for workers with limited or no previous experience as flag persons. The course will provide information on employer and worker responsibilities while equipping trainees with practical procedures to control traffic: safe flagging, positioning and tools to communicate effectively with workers and the general public on Manitoba roadways.
|Confined Space Entry, Standby Worker & Non-Entry Rescue||$260||$320||$375|
|First Aider / CPR I||$85||$120||$160|
|First Aider / CPR II||$115||$155||$200|
|Hazard Identification and Risk Control||$60||$85||$160|
|Hearing Conservation & Sound Monitoring||$30||$45||$80|
|Leadership for Safety Excellence||$120||$170||$320|
|Lockout / Tagout||$30||$45||$80|
|Prime Contractors Course||$30||$45||$80|
|Principles of Safety Management||$200||$300||
|Return to Work Basics||$25||$25||
|Safety Auditor Training||$120||$170||$320|
|Train the Trainer – Hearing Conservation||$60||$85||$160|
|Train the Trainer – Lockout / Tagout||$60||$85||$160|
|Train the Trainer – WHMIS||$60||$85||$160|
|Transportation of Dangerous Goods||$30||$45||$80|
|Working at Heights in Manitoba||$130||$160||$190|
*Please note that the Construction Safety Association of Manitoba has a two-day cancellation policy. No-shows will be accountable for the full cost of the course and will have to re‑register. Classes cancelled within the two-day notice period will be eligible to receive a full refund. *The CSAM Construction Education Centre is compliant with The Accessibility for Manitobans Act.
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