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Health and Safety for Fire Prevention Officers
Length: 1 day
PSHSA’s Health and Safety for Fire Prevention Officers training program is aimed at keeping Fire Prevention Officers safe on the job. This training covers the legislation and hazards which they may come across while performing their inspections. These hazards include trenching, falls, asbestos, mould, confined space, post fire exposures and driving. By the end of the course, participants will be able to recognize hazards and establish various types of controls to ensure their safety.
Now that most FPO's don't come from operations they don't have the ops training. This program equips the FPO with the knowledge to identify hazards that they might encounter while working alone.
Onsite sessions are available contact your local consultant to arrange this.
Asbestos AwarenessThis interactive eLearning course is designed so participants can learn at their own pace, in their own environment and at their own convenience. There is a quiz at the end that tests the complete knowledge and solidifies the participant’s level of understanding. By the end of this eLearning module, learners will be able to:
- Describe asbestos and its properties
- Identify the difference between friable and non-friable asbestos
- Describe the health effects that may results from exposure
- Identify Type 1, 2 and 3 operations
- State who to call when you suspect uncontrolled asbestos activities
- Describe general asbestos procedures
Building a PTSD Prevention Community of Practice Workshop
Length: 1 day
For the single price of $150 two people from your organization can attend this one day workshop where you will be able to work with a PSHSA expert to develop a basic PTSD Prevention Plan. This workshop will help you establish your organizational goals, roles and responsibilities.
It will also help you identify the mechanisms you will use to recognize exposures, understand intervention options and establish crisis intervention management process.
At the end of this session, you will have draft policies and procedures as well as key messages for communications plan.
According to Statistics Canada more than 3,400,000 Canadian workers feel burned out. Burnout is a psychological response to hazards. This webinar will explore the workplace factors which have the potential to cause the mental harm leading to burnout. Additionally, we will be discussing what we can do to eliminate or control the hazards which have the potential to result in burnout.
Protected: Certification Part 2 Emergency Services Sector POLICE Specific Hazards Training, November 22 & 23, 2018 from 8:30am to 4:30pm NORTH BAY
Certification Part 2 Emergency Services Sector POLICE Specific Hazards TrainingLength: 2 days Continuing Education Credits: Certificate, 1.3 CEU Points As the second part of the JHSC certification process, Sector Specific Certification assists JHSC members with issues particular to their work environment. To complete Certification Part Two, both management and worker members of the JHSC must receive training in the significant hazards found in their workplace. Upon completion of Certification Part Two, participants will be able to identify the hazards commonly found in the Emergency Services POLICE settings, and describe how they may cause injury or illness. The program will enable participants to effectively recognize and assess these sector specific hazards, as well as outline methods for controlling them. Participants will also learn about relevant legislation, standards and guidelines. Who's This Course for? Appropriate for the Emergency Services POLICE sector, this program is the second part of the training process for individuals to be certified under guidelines established and enforced by the Ministry of Labour. Workplaces that regularly have 20 or more employees must have at least two personnel that have completed the certification training. To complete the Certification program, you must receive training in the significant hazards found in their workplace. Sector Specific Certification assists JHSC members with issues particular to their work environment. Prerequisite Certification Part One Training Part Two is a continuation of what you have learned in Cert One. You must take Part One before Part Two according to the new Training Standard which took effect March 1, 2016.What hazards are covered?
- Recognizing, Assessing, Controlling and Evaluating Hazards
- Musculoskeletal Disorders
- Chemical Agents
- Biological Agents
- Workplace Violence and Harassment
- Slips Trips and Falls
- Shoreline Rescue
- Traffic Protection
- Fire Range
- Action Planning