780-987-3465 Edmonton & Devon, Alberta

Safety Training Course FAQs

Locations for First Aid and Safety Training Edmonton and Devon

Where are you located?

We are 2km south of Devon on HWY 60 at the Leduc #1 Energy Discovery Centre. 50339 HWY 60 is our physical address. Our Edmonton location is just off of the Yellowhead and 149 Street at 14827 Yellowhead Trail #201.

Safety Training Questions

Are your courses OSSA Certified?

Yes, three of our courses are OSSA Certified: Fall Protection, Confined Space, and Elevated Work Platform.

Is your online H2S course equivalent to H2S Alive?

Our online H2S course has all the same information as the Enform H2S Alive course. Many companies are now accepting the online version, and even I CAB (international competency assessment board) has certified the course. If you are a member of unions such as the Alberta Labours Training Trust Fund or CLAC, you can even take the course directly through their online training portal.

What time do your courses run?

Our courses start at 8:00 am, so arrive to register at 7:45 am. Training usually goes until 4:30 pm. You will be given a thirty minute lunch break, around noon.

I lost my Safety ticket!

If the course is an Enform course such as the H2S Alive, you MUST call Enform directly at 780 955 7770. If the course is a OSSA Confined Space or OSSA Fall Protection, call or email us (780 987 3465 or info@misafety.ca) and we can issue a replacement card for a small fee.

First Aid Training Questions

Does your standard and emergency first aid include CPR?

Yes, CPR is a required component of both Standard and Emergency First Aid.

Is the CPR,
 Level C CPR?

Yes, we do level C CPR. Level C CPR, simply means that training is included to cover adults, children, and infants. (This is handy, because 80% of the time first aiders use the training on family members and friends.

What is the difference between Standard First Aid and Emergency First Aid, and which do I need for my work?

Emergency First aid deals with immediate life threatening injuries, such as deadly bleeding, shock, and head injuries. Standard First aid includes the emergency first aid knowledge, and also deals with other less serious injuries like bone and muscle injuries, cuts, burns, poisoning, heat exhaustion, and hypothermia. Typically employers require you to take Standard First Aid. If you are uncertain, the best is to either ask your employer or simply take the higher standard.

I lost my First Aid ticket!

Call or email us (780-987-3465 or info@misafety.ca) and we can issue a replacement First Aid card for a small fee.

General First Aid and Safety Training Course Questions

What courses do you offer?

OSSA Fall Protection, OSSA Confined Space Entry and Monitor, OSSA Regional Orientation, H2S Alive, Global Ground Disturbance, Standard First Aid, Emergency First Aid, and CPR.

What method of payment do you accept?

Cash, Debit, Credit, and your company can apply for an account with us.

Can I get a refund, for any reason?

We have a customer first refund policy. We give you a full refund if you have purchased the wrong course, or the wrong date.

What do I need for class?

At a minimum you will need a pen and paper. If you are taking any of our H2S, Confined Space, or Fall Protection courses, there are outdoor components, so bring you coveralls, steel toe boots, and hard hat. (In some cases the outdoor component is weather permitting).

What if I don't own coveralls, steel toe boots, and a hard hat?

We will do our best to outfit you with extra gear we have.

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