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Fall Protection Training

A company’s greatest asset is their workers. As an employer, you want to do all you can to protect them. The best way to achieve this is to give employees the means to protect themselves. Working at heights can be dangerous, but most of these dangers can be mitigated or avoided altogether. MI Safety is there to help you make your employees safeSee More >

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Myths About First Aid Courses That You Need to Know

MI Safety - Friday, March 31, 2017

Myths About First Aid Courses
As a business owner or safety manager in Edmonton you are likely bombarded with fliers and emails about first aid courses. Some may look like great deals when in fact, they are anything but. To help ensure you don't face penalties for non-qualified first aid or worse, suffer a fatality because of improper training, it is important to understand a few myths about first aid courses. See More >

safety training edmonton

Exemplary safety training is the best way to reduce workplace incidents. This benefits the worker and employer by reducing the number of days lost in injury For maximum benefit, a comprehensive approach is recommended – combining the indispensable experience of a hands-on course with the accessible knowledge imparted through an online course. For a two-pronged approach to workplace safety training in Edmonton, consider the expertise of MI Safety. See More >

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Four Deadly Accidents and How to Prevent Them

MI Safety - Thursday, March 09, 2017

Safety Training in Edmonton from MI Safety
According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the four leading causes of construction zone fatalities are falls, struck-by an object, caught-in/between an object, and electrocutions. See More >

CPR Courses in Edmonton from MI Safety
First aid and CPR is required by law for a set number of employees according to the size and structure of your company in Edmonton. While this is a step in the right direction, having the minimum number of qualified personnel is not as beneficial as having all of your employees trained. The following are some benefits you may not have realized and they will help you make the right decision to enroll your employees in Edmonton CPR courses sooner than later. See More >


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