About MI Safety Rescue & Safety Training Courses in Edmonton

MI SAFETY TRAINING

MI Safety Rescue & Safety Training was founded in 2003 to provide safety training courses to the Oil & Gas, Industrial and Construction business sectors. Since our inception, we have also become recognized for our fall protection system installations and inspections.

All of our instructors are field experienced, and are able to deliver their courses based on both knowledge and experience. They are very specialized according to their past work histories and aptitudes. Our instructors are qualified as safety officers, rescue technicians, and fall protection system installers.


Our History

We believe in providing hands on training, which is why our Devon location is a perfect setting. Our facility includes drilling rigs, service rigs, production batteries and other various industrial displays. We have three classrooms for training and an extensive list of top notch equipment and training material. In addition to the classrooms, there is a 20,000 sq ft museum ( The Leduc #1 Energy Discovery Centre) that simulates and highlights the oil and gas industry since the early 1940's. It is a great education tool for visitors and customers alike.

Our Edmonton facility, just off of the Yellowhead Trail and 149 St, has been in operation since February of 2014, and is a convenient location and excellent training centre.

Meet the Owner, Robin Postnikoff

After completing various rescue and first aid certifications Robin Postnikoff, long-term employee of the Oil and Gas industry and the Mountain Rescue Team in Nordegg, noticed that most courses were primarily theory-based in classroom settings and lacked the hands‐on training necessary for creating competent workers. Not only did these classes fail to engage students, but the lack of first‐hand experiences left students unprepared for real world situations.

Seeing an opportunity to branch into the industrial, first aid, safety, and rescue sector, Robin founded MI Safety Rescue & Safety Training in Edmonton and began running first aid, rescue services, and H2S training.