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

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Fall Protection Level I provides students with a compehensive understanding of the risks and challenges associated with working at heights, and the best practices for reducing those risks.  It’s ideal for helping construction and maintenance understand the various fall protection systems, and ensure a safe working environment.

Fall Protection Level II builds on the knowledge acquired in Level I through various practical exercises that are designed to provide our students with  hands on experience in the fall protection systems and equipment that they will be using on their work site.

Working at Heights Ontario is designed for workers, supervisors, and health and safety committee members working in the province of Ontario.  It was developed to help workers recognize the risks and challenges that they will face on the job site, and helps them to stay in compliance with those regulations specific to Ontario.

Our Rope Access course is designed to prepare our students for the Society of Rope Access Technician’s (SPRAT) level I, II, or III certification exam.  It consists of five days of theory and practical instruction with the final exam taking place on the sixth day.  It’s designed to ensure that participants have a comprehensive understanding of all of the material, and to prepare them for the final exam.

The GWO (Global Wind Organization) Basic Safety Training is for people working in the wind energy industry.  It is tailored to help students identify those risks that are specific to the wind energy industry, and to help them eliminate or reduce those risks.

Our Tower Fall Protection and Rescue course is designed for people who work on a telecommunications antenna, aerial signal structure, or any other type of steel tower or structure  who are constantly exposed to the risk of falling. Existing protection systems are highly specialized and can ensure worker safety. Our course prepares students to work safely and intelligently with the safety systems they use at their work site, as well as how to rescue a co-worker in the event of a fall.

Working in the wind turbine industry presents a special set of risks and challenges.  Our Wind Turbine Fall Protection and Rescue course is geared to help those workers facing these risks and challenges on a daily basis, and to provide the necessary expertise required to work safely, and to rescue your co-workers in the event of a fall.

Our Introduction to Confined Spaces course is taught by experienced industry professionals who know the risks and challenges associated with working in confined spaces.  We will teach how to identfy key risks, and how to mitigate those risks with equipment and technology so you and your team can work safely and intelligently.

Our Confined Spaces Rescue course includes both theory and practical material allowing our students to identify the regulations regarding work in  confined spaces, and to identify the main risks to workers.  We also include instruction for our students on how to undergo confined space rescue operations, allowing them to put into practice the knowledge acquired in the introductory confined spaces 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.  Our Bridge Fall Protection and Rescue course is designed with those people in mind, enabling them to work safely using the various fall protection systems and components that are unique to bridge work.

Those who regularly work on wood poles understand that it involves its share of particular risks and challenges related to fall protection as well as other unique obstacles.  Our Wooden Pole Climbing and Rescue course enables students to practice in a real-world simulation where they can both practice climbing, as well as rescuing someone on a wooden pole.

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 conduct a self-rescue following a fall. This course is particularly relevant for police, fire and rescue personnel, and telecommunications workers who operate alone with some risk of falling on the job.

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.  With our simulated environment, we can help provide your workers with the knowledge necessary to rescue themselves from a bucket truck.

Our Tower and Bridge Crane Evacuation course covers the 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 relevant to anyone working at heights on a construction site. 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 in working at heights, the use of the proper safety equipment is crucial.  In order to ensure that your equipment is in good working order, it is imperative that a methodical evaluation of all of the equipment components is conducted at least once per year.