Online Training Courses
We know your schedule might be hectic, so we’ve got your back… with online training options. You can access and interact with our courses anywhere, at anytime, on your computer. We blend video, high-end graphics, real-life situations and online testing to deliver the info you need in a format that’s a lot more exciting than reading a textbook.
When you pass the final course test with 70% or higher, you’ll receive a certificate of awareness to verify your successful completion.
Train today to save your company time and money and increase trainee retention and production.
Cost per course: $26.25 ($25.00 + GST)
- You will have 90 days to complete the course
- Passing mark is 70%. You will have THREE (3) Attempts at the final test until it will be disabled and the course will need to be re-purchased
- Once the course has been completed you will need to re-purchase the course in order refresh training or to retake the course again
- There are NO REFUNDS or switching courses once an online training course has been purchased
PLEASE NOTE: Online user accounts will remain online and be accessible for two years. After two years all profiles will be deleted and no longer accessible. Once deleted, to complete more training, you will need to recreate a new user profile. After the two years if you need training records you will need to contact the office of CSAM and we will be able to provide you with records of completed courses.
** The Construction Safety Association of Manitoba always suggests you print your certificate off at the time of completion for your records.**
Available Online Courses
Currently, we offer more than 30 courses online.
- Aerial Lift – For certification this course must be combined with a practical evaluation.
This course describes the four common types of aerial lifts, safety equipment found on the platforms, pre-operation procedures that you should follow, and safe work practices that will reduce your risk while using an aerial work platform.
- Arc Flash: Live to Tell
This course helps those who work with high voltage equipment to protect themselves and others against an arc flash occurrence. This course explains the causes of an arc flash and the dangers of an arc flash explosion. It also discusses the safety precautions and PPE guidelines that can help prevent arc flash related injuries.
- Asbestos Awareness: Understand The Risks
This course explains asbestos forms, its uses, hazards, and preventive measures both in house and industrial work areas
- Asbestos in Construction
This course applies to asbestos exposure covered by OSHA in construction work. The course describes the OSHA asbestos standard, respiratory protection requirements, and methods used to comply with controlling exposure (in accordance with OSHA standard (29 CFR §1926.1101).
- Back Safety: Lift Well, Live Well
This course provides information on the structure of the back as well as methods to follow in maintaining a healthy back.
- Basics of Fall Protection – This course must be combined with a practical training component and evaluation.
Fall Protection: The Right Connection is created to introduce employees to fall protection systems and heighten their awareness of fall hazards in their work place. It covers fall protection systems and the components that make up these systems. It also covers rescue from heights and the proper way to care for and maintain fall protection equipment.
- Confined Space Awareness – Confined Space Awareness online training is theory only. It does not allow a person to man, resucue or enter a confined space. It is the responsibility of the participant to ensure training requirements are met with online training. This course outlines how to properly identify confined spaces, confined space hazards and confined space entry protocol, including the important use of confined space entry permits. This course also reviews managing and controlling confined space hazards as well as understanding the role of each member of the confined space entry team.
- Construction Fall Protection: Get Arrested
This course helps you to understand some of the rules about fall protection. This course deals with the different types of fall protection systems used in construction.
- Crane Inspection
Would you bet your life that your crane is up to its job? Did your last lift stress your crane almost to the breaking point? To stay alive and keep co-workers safe, you need to make sure your crane is ready to do the job – and the best way to do that is with a crane inspection.
- Distracted Driving: Rewind
In this course we’ll review the common causes of distracted driving and the reasons to drive without distraction. It also explains the myths surrounding multitasking while driving and lists the safety checks for performing pre-ride inspection.
- Electrical Safety: Beware of the Bite
Electrical Safety: Beware The Bite is designed to inform workers about the hazards of an electrical shock at work. The program examines how electricity can harm you and what steps you should take to protect yourself and others from electrical hazards. It also covers what to do to protect yourself in emergency situations and the steps to take when aiding a victim that needs emergency medical help.
- Fire Extinguishers: Protecting People and Property
Each year, many people are killed or injured from fires and smoke inhalation in the workplace. If a small fire broke out in your workplace, would you know what to do? Do you know where the nearest fire extinguisher is or how to use it? This course explains the elements needed to start a fire and the various classes of fire. It identifies the various types of portable fire extinguishers and how to properly use them on the right types of fires. Most importantly, it identifies ways to evaluate whether or not it is safe to fight a fire. It also outlines a method to remember how to properly use a fire extinguisher when you’re faced with a fire. Important maintenance and inspection issues are also addressed.
- Forklifts: Understanding the Risks – For certification this course must be combined with a practical evaluation.
This course will help review the importance of understanding how to correctly operate a forklift, discuss common hazards that can lead to incidents with forklifts and recognize the importance of inspecting forklifts before and during operation.
- H2S Awareness (Hydrogen Sulfide/Sulfur Dioxide) – H2S Awareness online training is theory only. It is the responsibility of the participant to ensure training requirements are met with online training.
This program will help change the attitudes of workers by increasing their safety awareness of hydrogen sulfide on the topics of production and properties, health and safety hazards and hazard prevention strategies.
- Hazard Recognition and Control
This course will help you to recognize workplace hazards and control them before they become accidents. It examines how to identify unsafe conditions and acts that can lead to accidents. It also discusses some scenarios to give you a chance to put these hazard recognition and control techniques into practice.
- Hearing Protection: Sounds Good to Me
This course explains how noise exposure affects your hearing and the importance of personal protective equipment. It also details the methods that can be used to reduce and eliminate harmful noise and outlines audiometric testing.
- Incident Investigation
This course helps to understand the importance of conducting an incident investigation. It discusses the benefits of incident investigation. The course explains the roles and responsibilities of the managers in investigating incidents. It briefly explains the eight step process to conduct a thorough incident investigation. It also explains about the first step, “Make Initial Response and Report” in the eight step process.
- Indoor Cranes
This course describes the different indoor cranes, inspections required before using the cranes, how to properly and safely rig and lift a load with indoor cranes and safety practices for indoor crane operation.
- Lockout/Tagout: Make No Mistake
In this program we’ll identify the Seven Steps to avoid fatal mistakes and the right way to complete each one. These are the lifesaving steps of lockout/tagout, your road map to safety. We will describe safe practices for controlling hazardous energy as well as the different forms of energy and why it’s so crucial to control all forms of power. We will also identify the steps in lockout/tagout and the limitations of using tagout only in your company.
- Mold Awareness
This course is designed to teach employees the different facts of mold. It deals with the awareness of molds, explains the life cycle of molds, outlines the possible ways of entry into the indoor environment, points out its hazardous effects, suggests whom to contact when molds are seen, and instructs in the various preventive measures to efface their infestations.
- Personal Protective Equipment (PPE): The Right Choice!
Personal Protective Equipment: The Right Choice! acknowledges that people have different reasons for not wanting to wear PPE. The course makes it clear that wearing PPE reduces or eliminates injuries. The responsibilities of the employer and the employee are covered, including the worker’s responsibility to wear the right PPE and wear it correctly. The different types of PPE available are explained, including head, eye and face, hearing, respiratory, hand and arm, leg and foot, and body protection.
- Rigging: Equipment Basics
This course describes the basics of rigging for a lift, including equipment and the lift process.
- Roadway Worker Safety: In The Zone
This course focuses on crucial safety issues of importance to workers whose job may place them in proximity to passing traffic. The course discusses common risks these workers face and outlines ways to avoid injuries.
- Safety Matters: Strains and Sprains
Strains and sprains are some of the most commonly reported workplace injuries affecting most people at one point or another during their lifetime. However, knowing how to avoid risky behavior and engaging in safe work practices can prevent these injuries.
- Scaffold Safety
This course covers the basics of scaffold safety. Upon completion of this course, students should be able to recognize scaffold hazards, understand the hazards associated with various types of scaffolds, how to control those hazards, and how to use scaffolds properly. Students will also learn safe assembly and inspection of scaffolds, how to avoid scaffold damage, and how to follow safe work practices.
- Stairways and Ladders: A Safe Step
To educate workers on how to choose, use, inspect, and maintain the ladders and stairways in the workplace.
- Stationary Scaffolds in Construction
Stationary Scaffolds in Construction emphasizes the importance of proper scaffold use. The course focuses on how to recognize hazards associated with stationary scaffolds and also outlines the role of the competent person, how to perform inspections and properly handle materials, as well as safe work practices.
- TDG – Transportation of Dangerous Goods
TDG Awareness Course
- Trenching and Shoring
This course covers the basics of trench safety. Upon completion, students should be able to understand what a trench is, how to classify soil types, how to make a trench safe, the proper use of benching, sloping, and trench boxes, and what to do in case of an emergency.
- Welding Safety: Safe Work with Hotwork
This course presents information on safety cautions for various types of hotwork.
- WHMIS: In Sync with GHS (Global Harmonized System)
WHMIS: In Sync with GHS: What is the Globally Harmonized System (GHS)? GHS stands for the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals. GHS defines and classifies the hazards of chemical products, and communicates health and safety information on labels and safety data sheets.
- Working Safely with Power Tools
This course explains safety precautions to follow when using saws, drills, pneumatic, and powder-actuated tools.
The following courses require an additional performance evaluation.
Aerial Lifts – Two-Part Process
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 (Aerial Lift Evaluation form) to operate the specific aerial lift you will be using.
As per legislation, ONLY your Employer can issue you a certificate of competency.
Forklift Certification – Two-Part Process
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.
As per legislation, ONLY your Employer can issue you a certificate of competency.
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