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OUR SERVICES

Oilfield Safety

Farm Safety

Safety Training

Babysitter Training

Drug/Alcohol/Fit Testing

Equipment Safety Awareness

COURSES ARE OPEN TO EVERYONE REQUIRING SAFETY KNOWLEDGE

 

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10038-99 ST

Peace River, Albetra T8S 1S3

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OPENING HOURS

Mon - Fri: 8am - 4:30pm

Sat - Sun: By Appointment

COURSES WE OFFER

OILFIELD DRIVER AWARENESS (ODA) **NEW**

$190

*does not include online booking fee or GST

Driving in general is extremely dangerous.  Following too close, improperly secured loads, driver fatigue, and much more are all hazards to any driving job.  This course is designed to give participants guidelines to driving in the oilfield setting.  This is a beneficial course for ALL drivers, not just those in industry.

 

COMMON SAFETY ORIENTATION (CSO) **NEW**

$80.00

*does not include online booking fee or GST

Energy Safety Canada's Common Safety Orientation is a mandatory course for oilfield workers.  A half day course where participants will go through subjects from Personal accountability, Common hazards and hazard assessments, Emergency preparedness and response, Near misses and reporting, to respectful work environments.  

H2S ALIVE

$190

*does not include online booking fee or GST

Who is the course for? This course is intended for all workers in the petroleum industry employed in environments with the risk of potential H2S exposure. The primary focus is to help people work safely in and around H2S environments.  H2S gas is present during oil and gas exploration but can also be found in the pulp and paper industry, sewage treatment facilities, landfills and in farming operations where manure is stored. 

 

Topics include:

 

  • Risk evaluation and control measures

  • Orientation and use of self-contained breathing apparatus

  • H2S detection equipment

  • Initial response strategy, rescue, and medical aid

  • Operation of a self-contained breathing apparatus

FIRST AID

$185

*does not include online booking fee or GST

Who is the course for?  First Aid is a course for everybody. This course is required by OH&S for all those working in the oil industry. Red Cross and St John first aid courses are suitable for anyone in the workplace looking to meet the required Occupational Health and safety standards or those interested in understanding the basics of emergency response.  The primary focus is preparation and response to medical emergencies whether it be in the workplace at home or out in the field.

Topics Include:

  • Basic First Aid

  • Automated External Defibrillation (AED)

  • CPR for adult, child, and infant (A, C or HP)

  • Airway emergencies

  • Sudden medical emergencies

  • Wound care

  • Choking

 

 

Legislation:

The Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Code requires employers to provide first aid and have designated first aiders at all work sites.  The code defines the minimum standards in services, the level of first aid required and specifies equipment required based on the hazard level of the work performed. 

FALL PROTECTION/OSSA FALL PROTECTION

$190

*does not include online booking fee or GST

Anyone who is required, by policy or legislative standards, to utilize a fall arrest or fall protection equipment in the workplace, must be certified to work at heights. This covers a broad spectrum of job titles based on the type of environments they work in. Examples would be roofers, electricians, construction workers, Arborists, boilermakers, scaffolder’s, power engineers and millwrights.

 

Topics Include:

 

  • Provincial legislation

  • Equipment; inspection, usage, and maintenance

  • Fall protection systems

  • Fall protection planning

  • Documentation

  • Hazards

 

Legislation:

As stated in the OH&S code part 9, a worker must be using fall protection if he/she is at risk of falling:

 

  • A vertical distance of 10ft (3m) or more

  • A vertical distance of less than 10 ft. (3m) if there is an unusual possibility of injury

  • Into a hazardous substance, object, or through an opening in a work surface

CONFINED SPACE WITH BASIC RESCUE

$190

*does not include online booking fee or GST

Confined spaces can be above or below ground, and can be found in almost any workplace. A confined space, despite its name, is not necessarily small. Examples of confined space include silos, vats, hoppers, utility vaults, tanks, sewers, pipes, access shafts, tank trucks, rail tank cars, boilers, manholes, manure pits and storage bins. Ditches and trenches may also be confined space when access or egress is limited.

 

Topics include:

 

  • Legislation

  • Roles & Responsibilities

  • Hazards & Controls

  • Emergency Planning & Preparedness

 

GROUND DISTURBANCE

$190

*does not include online booking fee or GST

This is a supervisory course that is approved by the Alberta Common Ground Alliance.  The ABCGA is the industry recognized certification body for ground disturbances.  No matter where you take your ground disturbance training, be sure it is ABCGA approved!

Topics Include:

  • Ground Disturbance

  • Call before you dig, Guidelines for Safe Excavations

  • Due diligence and how it affects you

  • Soil Terminology/Classifications

  • Hazard Assessments and Controls

  • Overhead power lines, Construction safe limits

  • Confined Space Entry and Code of Practice

  • Shoring systems

  • Environmental Protection

  • Emergency Response Planning

ATV/UTV SAFETY

$150

*does not include online booking fee or GST

This course allows participants to learn the rules of off-road riding. They will learn pre-trip safety, inspection, safe riding skills, and safe winching. At the conclusion of the course, students will have learned a myriad of safety skills.

WHMIS

$80

*does not include online booking fee or GST

WHMIS stands for Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System. It is a Canada-wide system that provides employers and workers with information on the hazardous products that are stored and used on work sites. This WHMIS course covers the key elements of WHMIS, including WHMIS symbols and labels, material safety data sheets, and worker training.

We offer self-study as well as in-class options

**SAVE $10 BY ORDERING WITH TDG in office only**

TRANSPORTATION OF DANGEROUS GOODS (TDG)

$80

*does not include online booking fee or GST

The Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) Act sets important standards for the movement of harmful materials and chemicals within Canada. These regulations protect the public and all individuals involved in transporting the dangerous goods by defining dangerous goods and setting specific rules for their transport.

This Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) course covers crucial information pertaining to the legal transportation of dangerous goods on Canadian roads. After completing this course, participants should know the regulations governing the transportation of dangerous goods in Canada; the 9 classifications of dangerous goods; the placards, labels, and accompanying TDG symbols required on vehicles and containers; requirements surrounding appropriate emergency response in the event of an accidental product release or spill; and documentation requirements when transporting dangerous goods.

**SAVE $10 BY ORDERING WITH WHMIS in office only** 

We offer both a self-study and in-class option.

FORK LIFT/SKID STEER SAFETY

$250.00

*does not include online booking fee or GST

This all-in-one training course makes it easy to train your forklift/skid steer operators as it covers safety topics that are critical to avoiding accidents and injuries including general safety, pre-operation, operation, load handling, fuel/battery maintenance, and specialized units. Price is per student.

CHAIN SAW SAFETY

$850

*does not include online booking fee or GST

CURRENTLY UNAVAILABLE DUE TO LACK OF INSTRUCTORS

Who is the course for? Anyone required to work with or around chainsaws either at their place of work or at home: Loggers, firefighters, arborists, trail or pipeline crews, etc. 

 

Topics Include:

 

  • Safe falling and logging practice and procedures

  • Safe seismic falling and slashing practice and procedures

  • Review of applicable regulations

  • Fire protection and management

  • Environmental impact and awareness

  • Safe bucking and limbing techniques

  • Personal protective equipment

  • Mental and physical well being

  • Chainsaw maintenance and filing

  • Emergency response procedures

 

Hands on experience portion:

  • Daily hazard assessments and safety pre-job meetings

  • Falling, slashing, bucking, limbing and dangerous tree control practice

  • This will be done under the direct supervision of the instructor

  • Successful participants will receive both chainsaw safety certifications which will allow them to obtain work in any industry requiring chainsaw operation in Western Canada 

SNOWMOBILE TRAINING

$150.00

*does not include online booking fee or GST

Whether a snowmobile is used for work or recreational purposes, safe-riding practices should be followed.


The Snowmobile Operator's courses are nationally recognized programs developed by the Canada Safety Council, for the benefit of both industrial and recreational snowmobile operators.

Completion of a Snowmobile Operator's course has become mandatory on many job sites for employees and sub-contracted personnel. In addition to our scheduled courses, the ASC offers custom corporate training - we can bring our course to your facility.

All students must provide their own mechanically sound snowmobile and appropriate riding gear, regardless of whether the training is at our facility or yours.

MOBILE ELEVATED WORK PLATFORM/AERIAL WORK PLATFORM (MEWP/AWP)

$250.00

*does not include online booking fee or GST

Who is the course for?

 

A one day course designed to orient personnel on the safe operation of Mobile Elevated Work Platforms.  Within the classroom training, the end-user will be introduced to the design, purpose and function of AWP equipment as well as an overview of provincial legislation, equipment pre-use inspections, work space awareness, safety hazards, and safe operation. Participants will then be able to utilize their classroom instruction and demonstrate their ability to complete a pre-use inspection and skills assessment in the practical component of this course. 

 

Training can be done on-site or is available at our training facility.

Topics Include:

  • Pre-use inspections

  • Theory of machine operations

  • Practical machine operations

  • Site awareness

  • Ground conditions

  • Safe work practices

  • Load movement

  • Stance and stability

  • Load security

  • Safety awareness

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