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MI Safety Answers 5 Common Questions about GHS

MI Safety - Monday, December 22, 2014

What is GHS? That is the most common questions that individuals ask when learning about the Globally Harmonized System of Classifying and Labelling Chemicals (GHS). As its expanded name explains, GHS is a universal safety data sheet that makes the classifying and labelling of hazardous products easy to understand for people across the globe, even if they read in a different language or are illiterate. See More >

Edmonton’s MI Safety knows that saving the lives of individuals from deadly fires begins with properly trained firefighters. Unfortunately, many firefighting courses in Alberta are offered in classroom-based settings and focus primarily on theory with no regard for the hands-on element of training. This is why, in 2003, Robin Postnikoff created MI Safety to provide a more experiential learning environment for all types of courses. These courses include fire fighting and fire extinguishing safety training. Edmonton residents interested in taking the fire fighting and extinguishing course have the option of taking the course in two different formats if they have a preferred way of learning. See More >

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Fall onto Life Line That Fails Worker Falls to Ground

MI Safety - Sunday, December 07, 2014

This is some video we shot that will be included in our online fall protection course, and on in class materials for end user fall protection and instructor training.  It shows the devastating consequence of what happens when a self retracting life line cable is caught on the structure, and a workers falls.  To prevent this, always make sure your self retracting life line is unobstructed above you, and use a shock absorber in the fall arrest system. See More >

Purchasing fall protection safety equipment can be a daunting task, especially if you’re not completely sure of what you should be looking for. Prior to making a purchase it is essential to do some research beforehand, but in order to do so you will need a comprehensive understanding of what equipment to use in a number of specific situations. See More >

Load management can be an extremely dangerous environment, especially if there are workers that are not properly trained in slinging and rigging procedures. As a crane operator it is your responsibility to make sure that everything is properly secured before it is hoisted; otherwise you will be responsible for any injuries that may occur as a result of your negligence. See More >

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