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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. See More >

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MI Safety Inc equipment used to film movie production

MI Safety - Wednesday, January 21, 2015

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. See More >

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. See More >

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. See More >

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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 >

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