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                  Email: admin@safetybuzzcampus.ca

 

Training Courses

All courses start at 8:30am unless otherwise noted.

ESC H2S Alive (8hrs) H2S Alive®

Gas Detection 

Red Cross First Aid

Red Cross Babysitting & Stay Safe

Global Ground Disturbance I & II (1day)

Emergency Response Preparedness

Transportation of Dangerous Goods (Self Study & In Class)

WHMIS 2015 (Self Study & In Class)

Confined Space I & II (1day)

Fall Protection (4 hours)

ESC Fall Protection

Fire Extinguisher Training (4hrs)

Defensive Driving (8hrs)

Hours of Service and Log Book

Mobile Elevated Work Platform (MEWP) (8 hrs)

 

When would I need this Training?

1. To refresh your skills sets.
It's easy to get accustomed to doing things "a certain way“—but  sometimes "a certain way" is no longer applicable. Keep sharp by refreshing your skills.

2. To learn new skills.
We can't all be good at everything, but we can all learn.

3. To see and hear ideas from different angles.
Especially if you are an independent contractor, it can be hard to hear new ideas. Taking a new training gives you the opportunity to get new ideas and new perspectives, to see new markets—and hopefully, to win new business.

4. To increase your marketability.
Many educational courses offer you the opportunity to promote your specialty and expertise and to elevate your marketability with your clients.

5. Knowledge is power!
Every educational program is designed to help you increase your efficiency, and grow professional and personally. Once you have the knowledge, no one can take it from you.

Where can I Get this Training?

Of course this is a simple question as the Safety Buzz Campus provides a safe, large, positive learning environment where the student is placed at the forefront not profit. 

 

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