Training Programs2018-11-22T14:17:05+00:00

The Canadian reference in working at height training since 2003
Fall protection – Rescue – Rope Access – Confined space

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The GWO Basic Safety Training (Global Wind Organization) is for people working in the wind energy industry. This GWO Basic Safety Training is a training session where the participant becomes familiar with the risks and hazards of working in the wind industry.

The Fall Protection Level I course is ideal for construction workers and maintenance personnel required to work at a height and who need to have an adequate knowledge of fall protection systems.

Our course covers standards applicable in Quebec; mainly the criteria contained in the Safety code on mobile cranes (CSA Z150-98) and also in the Lifting Devices section of the Quebec Regulation respecting occupational health and safety.

This course is intended for workers, supervisors, joint health and safety committee members, health and safety representatives and anyone else who works at heights

People that need to work on a telecommunications antenna, aerial signal structure, or any other type of steel tower or structure are constantly exposed to the risk of falling. Current protection systems are highly specialized and can ensure worker safety, but that’s just one part of the equation.

People that need to work on a telecommunications antenna, aerial signal structure, or any other type of steel tower or structure are constantly exposed to the risk of falling. Current protection systems are highly specialized and can ensure worker safety, but that’s just one part of the equation.

This course is for all incoming , supervisors and rescuers in confined spaces as well as supervisors and managers whose employees are exposed to risks of enclosed spaces.

In addition to covering the course content Introduction to confined spaces , the course Rescue in confined spaces allows students to put into practice the knowledge acquired during the first day of the course.

The people working on the construction or maintenance of bridges are confronted to the dangers of work at a height on a daily basis. Fall protection is one of the core elements of their work.

Work at a height on wood pole involves its share of fall and accident risks. Even though the systems used are simpler than for other types of work at a height, falls are frequent and threaten the health and safety of workers. Many workers do not have the necessary training to ensure their own safety and avoid risks of falling and injury.

People that work alone or that don’t have access to an emergency service need to be able to evacuate a hazardous work environment or be able to carry out a self-rescue following a fall. This course is particularly relevant for police, fire, and rescue services.

This course is intended for people wishing to prepare for the SPRAT Level I, II, III certification exam. The course combines both theory and practical exercises in order to ensure that participants have a comprehensive understanding of the material.

Workers that use bucket trucks to access workspaces not only face dangers of falling, but also the possibility of having to evacuate from a basket that has become unusable.

Our course covers standards applicable in Quebec; mainly the criteria contained in the Safety code on mobile cranes (CSA Z150-98) and also in the Lifting Devices section of the Quebec Regulation respecting occupational health and safety.

This course allows the student to become familiar with rescue methods appropriate for construction sites at a height. The course focuses on learning rescue methods and on the implementation of safety measures to be deployed by the rescue team.

In order to ensure safety during work at a height, the use of adequate equipment is crucial, but this equipment must also be in good working order. Methodical annual inspection of equipment is therefore an unavoidable step in ensuring worker safety.