Edmonton, Alberta is home to a growing economy with diversified industries including Oil and Gas, Manufacturing, Agriculture, and Construction. Many Albertans work in hands-on environments that are dangerous without the proper safety training. MI Safety Inc. offers safety training courses including the OSSA (Oil Sands Safety Association) Fall Protection course.
The OSSA Fall Protection course is currently available at MI Safety’s Edmonton and Devon locations. The course creates realistic workplace experience with extensive simulator training. It also includes a high quality video that will show students a variety of different drop and equipment failure scenarios that they may experience at any given work site.
For only $165 per person, participants learn about the safety precautions they should be taking when working at heights. This course is offered four times per week, which is more than any other training school in the Edmonton region. It can also be taught at any customer site in Alberta. Call us to arrange training at your site. 780-987-3465.
From H2S, Standard First Aid, Fall Protection, Global Ground Disturbance and Confined Space Safety Training, MI Safety Inc. offers a large number of safety training for Edmonton workers. To find out more about the OSSA Fall Protection course or to register for any of MI Safety’s courses click here.
If you are currently looking for job opportunities in Alberta it may be difficult without the proper safety training qualifications required by provincial legislation. Fortunately, MI Safety Inc. offers a large range of safety courses like the Enform H2S Alive which is offered at both their Edmonton and Devon locations.
Participants who are looking to get a hands-on experience are encouraged to book a safety training course at the Devon location with its working drill rig, service rig, and production battery. In addition to receiving hands-on safety training with all of this live equipment, participants will also be given a tour of the 20,000 square foot Energy Interpretive Center.
H2S Alive is an important course for workers in the Oil and Gas industry who may be exposed to hydrogen sulphide. To learn more about the course call MI Safety Inc. at 780-987-3465. The course is offered every Wednesday in Devon and every second Friday in Edmonton.
From H2S, Standard First Aid & CPR, Fall Protection, Global Ground Disturbance and Confined Space Safety Training, MI Safety Inc. offers a wide variety of safety training courses for Edmonton, Devon, and Alberta workers. To find out more about the H2S Alive Edmonton course or to register for any of MI Safety’s courses click here.
Edmonton and Devon residents who require a first aid certification course will be happy to know that MI Safety offers a hands-on Standard First Aid training class that is offered every Monday and Tuesday from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm at their Devon location or by group booking in Edmonton or at a customer location.
Our Standard First Aid and CPR Level C Training Certification Course is a two day (16 hour) course including training on:
- Preparing to respond
- Barriers to Action
- Disease Prevention
- Emergency Scene Management
- First Aid ABC's
- CPR and AED's
- Breathing and Cardiac Emergencies
- Primary and Secondary Survey
- Head and Spine Injuries
- Soft Tissue Injuries
- Bone Injuries
At MI Safety, our Standard First Aid course includes CPR and AED training. While first aid is necessary for many jobs in Alberta, most of the time that CPR is performed it is on a close friend or family member. That is why it is important for everyone, and not just workers, to be able to know how to perform CPR.
To learn more or to register for first aid training, contact MI Safety today. The cost for the course is $145 plus GST per student.
From H2S, Standard First Aid & CPR, Fall Protection, Global Ground Disturbance and Confined Space Safety Training, MI Safety Inc. offers a wide variety of safety training courses for Edmonton, Devon, and Alberta workers. To find out more about to register for any of MI Safety’s courses or to learn more about first aid training, click here or call 780-987-3465.
Safety training courses are not only an essential part of preventing accidents and saving lives, but are also mandatory by many employers across Alberta. That is why MI Safety offers all individuals who are seeking to receive OSSA Confined Space Entry and Monitor training the opportunity to do so in a unique, hands-on environment.
Whether students choose to take the OSSA Confined Space Entry and Monitor training course in Edmonton or Devon, MI Safety has an extensive simulator for realistic training at both locations. Moreover, MI Safety is also able to offer this safety training at any customer site anywhere in Alberta. MI Safety Inc. is also able to provide extensive rescue training for confined space rescue.
At only $165 per person, the pricing of this course is the best in the industry. To register for or to learn more about MI Safety’s OSSA Confined Space Entry and Monitor training course contact MI Safety today.
From H2S, Global Ground Disturbance, Fall Protection, Standard First Aid and CPR and Confined Space Safety Training, MI Safety has a large number of different Edmonton safety training courses that workers across Alberta can benefit from. To find out more about the OSSA Confined Space Entry and Monitor training course or to register for any of MI Safety’s courses visit their website today at http://www.misafety.ca/ or call them by telephone directly at 780 987 3465.
Edmonton and Devon residents know that safety training is important because it will not only help further their careers but can also save lives and prevent avoidable accidents. Alberta’s economy is largely focused on jobs that can often be dangerous, like working with oil sands. That is why MI Safety Inc. offers a diverse variety of courses that ensure the risk of accidents is lowered. One such course is the Global Ground Disturbance Level I and Level II.
What is the Global Ground Disturbance Level I and Level II Training Course?
As the name suggests, the Global Ground Disturbance Level I and Level II training course is intended to educate students who will be working under the ground. More specifically, workers and supervisors alike who are working in trenching and excavating will learn all they need to know about Global Ground Disturbance.
Some of the topics that are included in the course are:
- What is Ground Disturbance?
- Occupational Health and Safety Legislation and the Pipeline Act regarding excavation planning
- Preparation checklist for excavation planning
- How to create a site and plot plan
- Techniques for excavation as well as advantages/disadvantages
- Responsibilities of workers and supervisors in Ground Disturbances
- Crossing Facilities right of ways
- How to complete a backfill inspection
- Contacting and working with stakeholders involved in ground disturbances
- And more!
The Global Ground Disturbance Level I and Level II course is offered from MI Safety every second Friday in Edmonton, but MI Safety Inc. is also able to offer on-site training to Devon residents or individuals who cannot attend the Edmonton classes. Moreover, not only is MI Safety’s Global Ground Disturbance Level I and Level II recognized in the industry, but it also has one of the best prices (only $140 per person).
MI Safety Inc. has a number of different options for safety training. Edmonton and Devon residents can choose from including the Global Ground Disturbance Level I and Level II. Whether individuals are looking for fall protection, first aid, H2S, or confined space training, MI Safety has it all. To register for any of MI Safety’s courses click here or call 780 987 3465.
Edmonton and Devon residents will be pleased to learn that MI Safety offers a 5 hour CPR and AED (Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation and Automated External Defibrillator) course to give students a quick hands-on grasp of what to do when there is an emergency and somebody has stopped breathing.
CPR is an important skill that everybody should learn, even if they aren’t working in a dangerous environment. Although it is important to know CPR just in case something goes wrong at the work place, more times than not, CPR is performed on close family and friends. Being prepared may enable you to save your loved ones’ life.
Depending on each student’s individual needs and previous skill sets, MI Safety’s CPR and AED training course will be tailored accordingly. Some of the course topics that will be covered in MI Safety’s CPR and AED training course include:
- Emergency Scene Management
- Anatomy of heart and lungs
- Angina, Heart Attack and Cardiac Arrest
- Cardiopulmonary resuscitation CPR
- Aspirin Nitro-glycerine and Heart Attack
- Automated External Defibrillation
- And more!
Upon completion of the CPR and AED training course, students receive a certification card to prove that they are qualified to perform CPR. For only $100 + GST per person, Edmonton and Devon participants will learn foundational skills to help save lives. This CPR certification program is offered in Devon every Monday from 8:00 am to 1:00 pm. Edmonton participants are welcome to visit the Devon location or arrange a group booking for their team at the Edmonton location or on their work site. To learn more about MI Safety’s full selection of safety training courses or to register, click here or call 780-987-3465.
Edmonton, Alberta is known for its thriving oil sands industry as well as other industrial sectors such as manufacturing, construction, and agriculture. If you are currently looking for confined entry safety training courses, Edmonton’s MI Safety has two different options that you can choose from: the OSSA Confined Space Entry and Monitoring course or the online Confined Space Entry and Monitoring course.
Determining which of the two courses is right for you involves knowing what each entails. The Confined Space Entry and Monitoring safety training course focuses primarily on the basics of what you need to know when working in a confined space environment; it does not include monitor training.
The Oil Sands Safety Association course, on the other hand, prepares individuals with all the technical and legislative information required for working on OSSA member sites. However, the OSSA accredited course does not provide training on rescue plans, equipment, and hazards because OSSA member sites already have their own rescue teams.
MI Safety Inc. offer a number of different safety training courses in Edmonton and Devon including Fall Protection, First Aid & CPR, Ground Disturbance, Enform H2S Alive, OSSA Confined Space training and OSSA Regional Orientation. To get certified for any of MI Safety’s on-site courses visit http://misafety.ca/pages/training-courses to register or for online courses visit http://misafety.ca/pages/online-training-courses. For more information on any of our courses (780) 987-3465.
This most recent weekend was an interesting one for us at MI Safety Inc. A film crew with the movie "40 Below and Falling"
used our office, training classrooms and fall arrest safety equipment for the set in one the scenes of the movie. 40 Below and Falling stars Jewel Staite
who has starred in numerous Hollywood films and TV shows. Jewel Staite plays a teacher who has taken a job in the north, but must return home for her wedding. Unfortunately a storm closes the airport, and she must take an adventure by snowmobile to get home. The movie will likely be in theaters in late 2015 or early 2016.
Primary industries that drive Edmonton’s economy include the oil, gas, agriculture, and forestry sectors. These industries as well as countless others like them require an adherence to the proper safety procedures that can be learned through safety training. Edmonton-based MI Safety offers residents the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) – the national standard in hazard communication for this exact reason.
Available in online, in class, or as a self-study, the WHMIS course manual teaches students the basic information on the history of chemicals in the workplace, common terminology, workplace labels, supplier labels, and Material Safety Data Sheets. To make sure students understand the material, the WHMIS course is set up to review all the chemicals that may be in the workplace, classes/divisions of chemicals, WHMIS symbols, handling procedures, storage, and the use of PPE.
Suppliers, manufacturers, employers, and workers all have a responsibility to educate themselves on WHMIS. Not only is WHMIS necessary to ensure that workplaces remains safe, but workers have a right to know about hazardous materials they might be exposed to.
To learn more about all of MI Safety’s safety courses, Edmonton residents can call 780-987-3465. The manual costs $22.50+GST and can be purchased in person, on the MI Safety website, or by phone. The classroom version is available for group of no less than 8 people. Upon completing any training option, MI Safety issues a WHMIS training certificate within 30 days.
Whether you are working with children, the elderly, or in hazardous environments first aid training is an essential skill that many employers look for. Moreover, first aid certifications expire every 3 years and without re-certification you may be unqualified to continue working in your sector.
This is why, at MI Safety, we offer individuals first aid courses on a weekly basis. Our courses are regularly offered on Mondays and Tuesdays, and in the case of a long weekend on Tuesday or Wednesday. In addition, our first aid courses are certified by the Canadian Red Cross, but we can also offer the St. John’s Ambulance format for students requesting it.
At MI Safety we try to accommodate the requirements of all of our students which is why we currently offer two versions of first aid training. Edmonton residents have the option of taking two distinctly different courses: standard first aid or emergency first aid.
The first of our 2 available courses is the 2-day standard course which covers both life threatening injuries and non-life threatening injuries that can progress into something more severe. The emergency course teaches students what to do when faced with life threatening injuries exclusively. By the end of either of these training courses students can expect to learn all of the necessary theoretical principles of first aid along with a hands-on portion that they must participate in.
It is important to remember that although first aid & CPR training is mandatory for employees in certain occupational settings. The majority of the time that first aid is performed is when a family member or a loved one is in trouble. Individuals can help ensure the safety of those around them by regularly re-certifying themselves through first aid courses. To learn more about first aid or CPR training, Edmonton residents can call 780 987 3465.