Practical 

Safety

Management

The ongoing challenges of a competitive market require companies to manage their production and performance in the most effective ways possible. 

Safety Training is a critical, legislative function of every employer in order to create a safe, confident and productive workplace and Practical Safety Management can deliver the safety training courses required by your business/association. All training provided by Practical Safety Management is done so in accordance with the Regulations of your jurisdiction, and conforms to the requirements set for by Provincial, State or Federal Regulators.

At Practical Safety Management, we provide general safety training (see below), Industry Specific Safety and Compliance training (link here) and custom safety training courses tailored to for your environment and needs (link here).  All of our courses and programs are designed and delivered to exceed expectations.  If there is something you need but do not see on our site please contact us directly, as we are always developing and improving our training offerings.

With a completely mobile approach, Practical Safety Management can provide training to your employees at the location of your choice – in the office or at the worksite, from the boardroom to the tailgate!

Hazardous Materials Compliance Training

Please contact us at 250-301-8088 or info@practicalsafetymanagement.com for booking your training today!  

The following courses can be booked individually or as a bundle.

Course Title    
Course Description
Silica Awareness
Overview of the hazards associated with Silica dust in the work environment, as well as best practice review for working around silica dust and silica containing materials.
Blood borne Pathogens
Overview of the hazards associated with blood borne pathogens in the work environment, as well as best practice review for working around BBP's
Lead Awareness
Overview of the hazards associated with Lead in the work environment, as well as best practice review for working around lead and lead products
Mercury Awareness
Overview of the hazards associated with Mercury in the work environment, as well as best practice review for working around Mercury and Mercury products
Asbestos Awareness
Overview of the hazards associated with Asbestos in the work environment, as well as best practice review for working around asbestos and asbestos containing materials (ACM)
Respiratory Protection
Overview of with in poor air quality situations, where the use of Respiratory protection would be required. Review of types of protection and best practices









General Safety Training

Please contact us at 250-301-8088 or info@practicalsafetymanagement.com for booking your training today!

Course TitleCourse Description                                                                                 Additional Information
Load Securement
Current requirements and best practices for the securement of loads being transported via roadways in Canada.  From the requirements for Tie-downs, and straps to the required checks and log book info for the transport driver.
Classroom and field
Ergonomics – Office and video display terminal
Review of Ergonomic principles for work in an office environment, includes vital stats and best practices for Office workers.  Also includes setting up an office station to avoid MSI's and other aliments.
Classroom 
Ergonomics – Field and Industrial
Review of Ergonomic principles for work in the field or construction sites, includes vital stats and best practices for field/shop workers.
Classroom and field
Hearing Conservation
Overview of the principles of sounds and how the ear works, including how damage is done to the ear resulting in hearing loss. Review of noise mitigation and hearing protection (PPE) as well as selection criteria
Classroom
Fire & Extinguisher Awareness
Review of the principles of fire and fire extinguishers, as well as selection and maintenance of extinguishers as per local regulations.
Classroom
WHMISComprehensive overview of the regulatory requirements of WHMIS (2015 GHS)
Classroom
Working Alone or in Isolation
Overview of the regulatory requirements for working alone or in isolation, and best practices from various industries.  Includes coverage of methods and devices available for compliance.
Classroom
Violence in the Workplace
Overview of the regulatory requirements for the prevention of violence in the workplace, and best practices
Classroom
Occupational Safety and Health Regulations
Overview of provincial OSH Regulations, the Workers Compensation Act and other jurisdictional requirements (Canadian based)
Classroom
Job Site Roles and Responsibilities
Overview of the roles and responsibilities of persons on the worksite for best effectiveness and productivity
Classroom
Roles and Responsibilities – Legislative
Overview of the roles and responsibilities of all persons employed from the CEO to the delivery person, we all have a role to play and we all have legal responsibilities.
Classroom
Incident Investigations - The basics
Overview of the process of incident investigation, including the basics of fact finding, interviewing and reports, as well as equipment needed
Classroom
Key Safety Person– Roles and Responsibilities
Overview of the regulatory requirements for Key Safety People, the effective implementation of KSP’s and the joint health and safety committee.  Also includes best practices from various work environments and industries as well as common pitfalls
Classroom
Job Planning – Hazards and Barriers
Overview of effective job planning, including the understanding of job induced hazards and the effective barriers to prevent incidents
Classroom
Job Site Safety Awareness – Working around construction sites
Overview of construction sites and the hazards typically associated with work on those sites
Classroom
Multi-Employer WorksitesReview of the legal requirements regarding Multi-Employer worksites and the hazards that can be present
Classroom
Fatigue Awareness
Overview of the effects of fatigue in the workplace
Classroom
Emergency Preparation
Review of standard emergency preparation in the workplace, includes earthquake, storms and other major events
Classroom
Construction Safety Leadership
Detailed overview of what makes good safety leadership on the worksite. Includes review of inspections, audits, incident reporting and effective communications
Classroom
Site Safety Coordination
Overview of the legal requirements for site safety coordination and the role of the Site Safety Coordinator on the worksite
Classroom

Risk Assessment –

Pre-work and on going

Overview of risk assessment understanding, the techniques and practices for both pre-job and during work.  Includes items like the "Take 5", risk registers and other pulse checks on the job
Classroom