Finding time and arranging training for a group of people can result in scheduling nightmares and result in reduced productivity due to on-site downtime. Our online training courses help to ensure that your workers have access to up-to-date, consistent health and safety training. These online courses can be completed at any time, as long as the learner has access to a computer connected to the internet. Learners that take courses purchased on our site have access to certificates of completion, which are kept in our system for five years. They can login at any time to access and print their certificates of completion at no cost.
Below is a list of our most popular online courses:
This online BC Safe Driving course is a comprehensive defensive driving program designed to teach responsible driving practices and to help drivers of all experience levels become better drivers. This course covers the rules of the road and the obligations of drivers.
This course provides important information that workers and supervisors can use to protect themselves from being exposed to blood or blood-containing materials in the workplace.
This online CSA course provides an overview of CSA, the specific ways that CSA affects your job and the jobs of other non-driving personnel, and how you and others can have an impact on your company’s CSA score.
This online Drowsy Driving: Taking Responsibility course reviews the dangers of drowsy driving and provides strategies that work to prevent it.
This online Electrical Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment course focuses on aspects of hazard identification and risk assessment as outlined in Canadian Standards Association CSA Z462-12 Workplace Electrical Safety.
This comprehensive online Fall Protection course is designed for individuals who plan, supervise, or perform work at heights. This course covers many aspects of fall protection including fall protection planning, equipment, safety measures, and controls.
This online GHS Awareness course is aimed at the worker or handler of hazardous chemicals and introduces general awareness under OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1200. Learners will gain an understanding of Hazcom requirements and their role and responsibilities in the workplace.
This online Hydraulic Safety course is designed for personnel who regularly perform maintenance procedures that expose them to hazards related to hydraulic equipment.
This course identifies hazards inherent with ladder work, provides safe practices to reduce or eliminate these hazards, reviews techniques for determining fall protection requirements and provides strategies for determining how and when to inspect ladders.
Personal protective equipment (PPE) protects workers and their livelihood when hazards are present in the workplace. This course teaches employees and their managers how to properly choose, use, and maintain PPE in the workplace.
This program examines techniques, equipment and legal requirements for traffic control people in construction environments.
This online Transportation of Dangerous Goods course provides detailed information on regulations for transporting dangerous goods on Canadian roads.
New online safety courses are added regularly. Looking for a particular course not on the list? Let us know what you’d like to see.