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Helping You Comply with Safety Regulations in London, ON

If you’re wondering, “Are there safety instructors near me?” you’ve come to the right place. At Canadian Safety Consultants, we offer a range of programs designed to keep employees throughout Ontario safe. Contact us today to learn more.

Aerial Work Platform

Our aerial work platform program is perfect for workers who will be working on or in the vicinity of a scissor or boom lift. This program is also very beneficial to all supervisors, as it covers the CSA standard as well as all relevant legislation from the Occupational Health & Safety Act. The program gives all participants the opportunity to gain knowledge through the theory component, but it also goes through some practical exposure at their work site. By providing this program at your site, your workers and supervisors get a further look at potentially dangerous situations when it comes to working on or near an aerial work platform.

Who benefits from this program?

  • Workers Working On or In Close Proximity to AWPs
  • Supervisors

Arieal Platform

Fall Arrest

Fall arrest is an integral part of today's workplace, so it's extremely important that workers understand how to protect themselves. This program not only targets workers but supervisors and other levels of management as well. Our program not only covers the CSA standard but the Occupational Health & Safety Act and safety regulations in London, ON, that apply to the workplace. We make sure there is a clear understanding of how to properly wear and size a harness, how to use the many different types of anchors, and which ones work best for certain applications.

All workers who are using fall arrest must complete an inspection form to show their due diligence has been completed. We share inspection tips with all participants so that they are aware of what to look for. A defective harness should never be worn by anyone in the field.

Upon completion of this program, workers and supervisors will be able to return to the job site and know how to comply with the regulations and work safely.

Who benefits from this program?

  • Workers Who are Required to Wear Fall Arrest
  • Supervisors
  • JHSC Members

Teaching fall hazard safety in London, ON

Lift Truck

Our lift truck safety program consists of two parts: a theory component as well as a practical evaluation which should be completed on site with the operator driving the truck that he/she will be operating on a regular basis. The theory section covers both the CSA standard as well as the regulations that apply to the operator under the Occupational Health & Safety Act. We talk about several topics throughout the program, some of which include:

  • Current Legislation
  • Inspection
  • Safe Driving Habits
  • Centre of Gravity for Different Classes
  • Loading & Unloading
  • Dangerous Occurrences
  • Fuel Sources (Propane, Electric, Gasoline, & Diesel)
  • Confined Space Entry & Rescue Programs
  • Working at Height

Who benefits from this program?

  • Operators
  • Supervisors
  • JHSC Members

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On February 11, 2015, the Government of Canada published in the Canada Gazette, Part II the Hazardous Products Regulations (HPR), which, in addition to the amendments made to the Hazardous Products Act under the Economic Action Plan 2014 Act, No.1, modified the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) 1988 to incorporate the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) for workplace chemicals. This modified WHMIS is referred to as WHMIS 2015. The Controlled Products Regulations (CPR) and the Ingredient Disclosure List have been repealed.

While WHMIS 2015 includes new harmonized criteria for hazard classification and requirements for labels and safety data sheets (SDS), the roles and responsibilities for suppliers, employers and workers have not changed.

Who benefits from this program?

  • All Workers
  • Supervisors
  • Managers

WHMIS 2019 Training

Fall Protection Group | Certified Training Provider

Working at Heights

This course is designed for any workers performing duties where a fall hazard exists and is under the jurisdiction of the Occupational Health and Safety Act, Ontario Regulation 213/91 Construction Projects.

Transportation of Dangerous Goods

Clear language is a must for anyone who handles, offers for transport, or transports dangerous goods within Canada and the United States. This program covers the regulations which were developed by Transport Canada. The clear language program takes the regulations and simplifies them, allowing everyone to understand their responsibility whether they are handling, offering for transport, or transporting dangerous goods. Our safety program covers the following:

  • Classifications
  • Shipping Names
  • Use of Schedules 1, 2, and 3
  • Emergency Response Assistance Plans
  • Accidental Release and Imminent Accidental Release Reporting
  • Safe Handling
  • Emergency Measures
  • Overview of Ontario Waste Regulation 347 & 558
  • Shipping Documentation
  • TDGA Safety Marks
  • Means of Containment

Who benefits from the program?

Anyone Who Handles, Offers for Transport, or Transports Dangerous Goods

Transportation of Dangerous Goods

Spill Response

Chemical spills can be large or small, but dealing with them is a different story. If not handled properly, people can die from exposure — and no company wants that to happen. Our goal in the program is to cover the legislation involved as well as to discuss the proper equipment to be used for cleanup.

The workers who will be cleaning up or mitigating the situation must know the potential risks and protect themselves from them. The proper use of PPE is essential when mitigating a spill. We also talk about preventing spills. The final part of the program is to (where possible) create a mock spill for all participants to mitigate. This will also test your emergency response plan.

Who benefits from the program?

  • Those Working with Chemicals
  • Supervisors
  • Managers
  • JHSC Members
  • Emergency Response Teams

Spill Truck

Fire Extinguisher Training

This basic fire extinguisher training is not only a theoretical safety program but a hands-on one as well. We have the ability to light controlled outdoor fires where permitted under local authority. Simulator options are also available upon request. Through video simulation, we can even practice within the confines of an office with no mess. The program covers:

  • Emergency Response Plans
  • Classes of Fires
  • Process of Extinguishment
  • Types of Extinguishers
  • Extinguishing of a Controlled Fire (Hands-On)
  • Lockout/Tag Out
  • Overhead Crane
  • Scaffold Safety Awareness Programs
  • First Aid Programs
  • First Responders

Who benefits from this program?

  • Anyone Who Works in Proximity to a Fire Extinguisher
  • Supervisors
  • Emergency Response Team Members

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Lockout/Tag out

Our lockout/tag out program is a very important safety program that is required for manufacturing facilities or workplaces that have machinery working within the premises. The topics covered within our program are:

  • When Lockout/Tag Out is Required
  • Types of Energy Sources
  • Controlling Energy Sources
  • Zero Energy Concept and Accident Causes
  • Requirements for Proper Procedures
  • Equipment Certification (CSA & ESA)
  • Use of Checklists and PPE

Who benefits from this program?

  • Machine Operators
  • Maintenance Staff
  • Supervisors
  • JHSC Members

Lock Out Tags

Overhead Crane

Workplace cranes simplify the lifting process in many workplaces, and if used properly, they can be a very safe and beneficial piece of equipment. If they are not maintained properly, or if they are abused by the operator, they can send thousands of pounds crashing to the ground — potentially killing workers. Our safety program covers the Occupational Health & Safety Act of Ontario Reg 851 and CSA Standard B167-96. The topics covered in our Overhead Crane safety program are:

  • Legal Definition of a Lifting Device
  • Legal Definition of a Competent Person
  • Crane Components and Controls
  • Crane and Rigging Safety Rules
  • Material Weight Tables
  • Crane and Hoist Inspection
  • Safe Work Loads and Sling Angle Calculation

Who benefits from this program?

  • Operators
  • Supervisors
  • JHSC Members
  • Anyone Working in Close Proximity to a Hoisting Device

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Scaffold Safety Awareness Program

This awareness program draws attention to how important it is to erect and dismantle scaffolding correctly. If this is not done properly, the scaffolding could collapse, sending people tumbling to the ground. We discuss several topics throughout this program, showing the potential for accidents and putting the emphasis on safety. The topics covered throughout the program include:

  • Inspection Form & Tag System
  • Site Inspection
  • Types of Scaffold
  • Safety Standards
  • Assembly Components
  • Fall Arrest
  • Dismantling of the Scaffold

Who benefits from this program?

  • Anyone Who Erects, Dismantles, or Works On/In Proximity to Scaffold
  • Supervisors
  • JHSC Members

Scaffold Safety

First Response

This course is designed for individuals looking for a career as firefighters, ski patrollers, patient transfers, lifeguards, and disaster team members.

  • How to Sustain Life
  • Preventing Further Injuries
  • The Consequences of Further Injury Until More Advanced Medical Personnel Arrive

First Responders

Basic Life Support (B.L.S.)

Airway management, advanced airways (which include oxygen therapy supraglottic airways, nasal airways, Etc.)

Basic Life Support

First Aid/CPR/AED

Learn comprehensive first aid and CPR techniques when required for work or if you just want more knowledge when responding to emergencies in the home or workplace. The course covers airway, breathing, and cardiovascular emergencies (level "C" CPR, AED, prevention of disease transmission), sudden medical conditions including syncope, diabetes, epilepsy, and injuries to the head and spine.

These courses are designed to provide various levels of CPR training based on the participant's background, needs, and interest. 

First Aid