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Properties of H2S

MI Safety - Friday, March 15, 2013

H2S is an invisible gas that is odorless at most concentrations, it is extremely toxic, and extremely flammable, it is also slightly heavier than air. See More >

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Quantitative and Qualitative Fit Testing

MI Safety - Friday, March 15, 2013

You are required to have mask fit testing completed prior to wearing a respirator. A mask fit test will measure the sealing ability of the mask and if it there are any leaks on the seal to your face. Your are fit tested for a specific mask size and model, the test must be completed on other types and sizes of masks. If you undergo any changes to your face size/shape due to weight changes, scars, surgery, dental work you may need to complete another fit test. Fit tests are generally valid for one year. Fit testing relies on you being clean shaven. The Alberta OHS code says at a minimum no hair can be between the mask seal and the skin the seal contacts. See More >

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OHS Employer and Employee Responsibilities

MI Safety - Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Occupational Health and Safety Legislation is becoming increasingly clear on the responsibilities of the employer, and the employee.  See More >

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OHS Supervisor and the Law

MI Safety - Tuesday, March 12, 2013

Check out our OHS Supervisor and the Law online training course. This course is designed for supervisors who whether they are aware of it or not, are acting on behalf of the employer. The conversations they have with employees, and the orders they give in their role, may have legal implications for them. This course gives them an awareness of their responsibilities the the potential ramifications. See More >

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Rope Rescue Training Courses

MI Safety - Saturday, March 02, 2013

What is the required topics in a rope rescue training course? To answer the questions, lets start in the Alberta Occupational Health and Safety Code Part 7 Section 117  See More >


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