- Accident Investigation
Accident Investigation is a reactive measure to try to determine why the event took place. Only by understanding the root cause of an accident, will you be able to implement mitigations to prevent recurrence. Identifying contributing factors along the way is an opportunity for companies to continuously improve their health and safety program.
- Chainsaw Safety Awareness
Chainsaws are powerful and valuable tools. They can be found on most farms and in homes where wood is used for heating systems. They are also widely used for property maintenance and are the principal cutting tool for nearly half of commercial timber production. Despite the benefits, potential accidents are high and injuries sustained are usually severe or even fatal. Proper maintenance and use reduces the risk when using these tools. Proper felling, removal of limbs and bucking techniques also reduces the chance of injury.
- Confined Space Awareness
Death lurks in confined spaces.
Our Confined Space Awareness training will provide supervisors, entrants and attending workers with the information needed to understand the potential hazards of working in these spaces and the requirements necessary to control those hazards prior to entry.
- Working at Heights MOL Approved
NEW PROGRAM MINISTRY OF LABOUR APPROVED
Falls are killing us. Falls are among the highest incidents of accidental injury and death in Ontario. Surprisingly, it is not always a fall from substantial height. This full day Ministry of Labour Approved certification session will educate participants how to recognize, assess, and control fall hazards; how to identify and use the appropriate fall prevention/protection methods and learn the legislated requirements for working at heights in Ontario. This training is mandatory for the Construction Sector but recommended for all workplace sectors.
- Forklift Operator Safety
This full day training consists of a classroom theory session and practical hands-on training. The theory is presented in an interactive format which covers all aspects of forklift safety and operation. The practical training session includes pre-shift inspection procedures while safe operating techniques are evaluated as participants maneuver their way through an obstacle course.
- Health and Safety Rep Training
Participants will gain the knowledge required to understand their role and responsibility as a Health and Safety Representative under the Occupational Health and Safety Act. They will learn how to conduct workplace inspections through the effective recognition, assessment, and control of workplace hazards. It is now mandatory that Health and Safety Representatives receive specific health and safety training.
- Lockout / Tagout
Energy sources including electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, pneumatic, chemical, thermal or other sources in machines and equipment can be hazardous to workers. During the servicing and maintenance of machines and equipment, the unexpected startup or release of stored energy could cause serious injury to employees. Lockout/Tagout identifies the various sources of energy, legislative requirements, isolation techniques and Industries best practices when performing intrusive work on equipment.
- Mobile Elevated Work Platforms
There are many types of mobile elevating equipment increasingly in use in both manufacturing and construction project environments. This course covers hazards common to all MEWP types. Participants will learn how to conduct a pre-job risk assessment, choose the correct type of MEWP for the task at hand, complete a thorough pre-operational check, and how use of this equipment is defined by legislation. This session consists of a morning of classroom instruction, followed by a hands on segment pertaining to safe -lift operation in the afternoon.
- Scaffold Safety
There are many different types of scaffolds and various components. Various hazards exist depending on the type of scaffold selected and the scope of work. Understanding the legislated requirements and various hazards associated with the use of this equipment is paramount. Pre-use inspections, erection, safe access and egress, tips for working on these devices and dismantling are covered in the classroom portion of this training. The practical component allows participants a chance to erect, inspect and dismantle scaffolding.
- Supervisor Health and Safety Awareness
The supervisor is one of the most accountable persons specifically mentioned in the Occupational Health and Safety Act. The success of any health and safety program hinges on the abilities and health and safety knowledge of the supervisor. This full day session will bring the supervisor up to speed on the roles and responsibilities of the various workplace parties under health and safety legislation. We will also discuss effective workplace inspections , identifying and managing risk along with accident investigation. This program is mandatory for Supervisors within one week of taking on this role as defined in Ontario Regulation 297/13.
- Traffic Control Person OTM Book 7
The Ontario Traffic Manual is instruction aimed at providing protection for both construction workers and the general public using the affected roadways through proper regulation of traffic flow and creation of the traffic control plan 67(4).
Under Section 69(4) of the Construction Regulation, all Traffic Control Persons must be given written and oral instructions regarding their duties. This course is designed to help you meet this requirement which has been revised as of 2014.
“By educating your workers you will ensure traffic is kept moving at a safe speed to avoid traffic backlog resulting in public and worker safety”
- Transportation of Dangerous Goods
Transportation of Dangerous Goods Training is required for anyone who packs, unpacks, loads, unloads, transports or handles Dangerous Goods.
SHIPPERS – Need an understanding of Shipping Document requirements and placarding guidelines.
DRIVERS – Need to understand appropriate segregation of Dangerous Goods, Shipping Documents and Placarding Guidelines.
HANDLERS – Need to understand appropriate segregation of Dangerous Goods as well as Safe Handling Measures and PPE Requirements
PACKERS/UNPACKERS – Need to understand appropriate Safety Marks, Documentation Requirements, Container Selection, appropriate Segregation as well as labeling requirements under WHMIS once in the workplace.
ALL PARTIES – Need to be aware of Emergency Actions, Reporting Requirements and of course Safety Marks and the Hazards Associated with them and be able to provide proof of training when involved with Dangerous Goods.
- Worker Health and Safety Awareness
Our worker health and safety awareness training program will educate and prepare individuals on what can be expected when entering the workforce. Our program will make workers aware of the rights and obligations of all parties in the workplace under the Occupational Health & Safety Act, cover the types of hazards that may be encountered, and how to stay safe at work. This is mandatory training in Ontario as identified in Ontario Regulation 297/13.
- WHMIS 2015
WHMIS 1988 & Transition to WHMIS 2015 – Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System. It’s the law. Ensure that you and your staff are adequately trained on this piece of federal legislation. We also offer WHMIS training specific to your workplace. Acute and chronic illness is to be considered when working with any controlled product. Real life stories of people who have experienced issues with these hazardous substances opens the eyes of the participant ensuring they will respect their “Right to Know”. The focus of this training is to ensure they understand what hazardous properties exist, how they protect themselves and what to do if something goes wrong. Transition to WHMIS 2015 is also being offered and combines both WHMIS 1988 and WHMIS 2015. This course will be offered until WHMIS 2015 comes into force December 1st, 2018. At that time WHMIS 1988 will be archived and WHMIS 2015 will be the only course offered.
Bayshore Occupational Health & Safety Solutions employs skilled and experienced program developers and trainers to deliver training that is consistent with Legislation and recognized Industry Best Practices. We can develop programs that are workplace specific and tailored to each company’s particular needs.
Additional Programs available:
Telehandler Operator Training, Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act Awareness, Environmental Spills Awareness, Hazard Identification and Management (job hazard analysis), Occupational Health and Safety Act Awareness, OTM (Ontario Traffic Manual) Book 7 2014 Revision, Oil Sands Safety Awareness (provided by RB Global), JHSC Part 1 and Part 2 Certification Training (provided by WSPS) and Ontario Regulation 851 Industrial Establishments.
Call us for details. 613-938-1691