WORKING AT HEIGHTS FOR THE CONSTRUCTION TRADES
All workers who use fall protection on a construction project must complete an approved working at heights training program. The extension applies only to experienced workers - those who completed fall protection training prior to April 1, 2015 - who are enrolled in a Chief Prevention Officer-approved working at heights training program scheduled to be completed before October 1, 2017.
WINDSOR 150 6236 Sep 9, Sat, 9:00P–4:00P
WINDSOR 159 6239 Sep 9, Sat, 9:00P–4:00P (Register for this section # to have your company invoiced.)
WINDSOR 151 6238 Sep 30, Sat, 9:00P–4:00P
WINDSOR 158 6237 Sep 30, Sat, 9:00P–4:00P (Register for this section # to have your company invoiced.)
WINDSOR 150 1851 Jan 27, Sat, 9:00P–4:00P
WINDSOR 159 1850 Jan 27, Sat, 9:00P–4:00P (Register for this section # to have your company
WHSC BASIC CERTIFICATION – PART I (24 HOURS)
The Basic Certification Training (Part I) program is approved by the Ministry of Labour (MOL.) In fact, it exceeds the minimum training standards and is applicable to any Ontario-regulated workplace.
This program gives participants a full understanding of occupational health and safety legislation, including rights and responsibilities of all workplace parties and certified members in particular.
Just as important, participants learn to identify, assess and control, or better yet eliminate, workplace hazards. Participants will also learn how to effectively create workplace health and safety policies and programs, access prevention resources and develop internal communications—all important components to a comprehensive prevention program.
WHSC Basic Certification Training (Part I) consists of the following modules:
- Human Health
- The Internal Responsibility System
- Health & Safety Policy and Program
- Understanding the Law
- Hazard Identification
- Employer Responsibilities
- Hazard Assessment
- Worker Participation
- Hazard Control
- Workplace Inspection
- Joint Health & Safety Committees
- Workplace Investigation
- The Certified Member
- Policy and Program Review
24 hours. 425.00
WINDSOR 150 6250 Oct 5-Nov 23, Wed, 6:00P–9:00P
WINDSOR 159 6249 Oct 5-Nov 23, Wed, 6:00P–9:00P (Register for this section # to have your company invoiced.)
INTERNAL COMBUSTION ALTERNATE FUEL TECHNICIAN – PROPANE (ICE-P)
The Internal Combustion Alternate Fuel Technician (Propane ICE-P or ICE-IV-P) course equips you to write the certification exam qualifying you to convert, inspect and service propane-powered vehicles.
Through handouts and visuals as well as practical lab sessions, you will gain an understanding of:
- Proper test procedures
- Parts required to convert engines to run on Propane gas
- Rules and regulations
The course will conclude with an exam. On successfully completing the course, you will be able to confidently inspect and service Propane vehicles.
Note: MUST: Register 15 BUSINESS days before program start date. $932.25
WINDSOR 150 1450 Mar 27-29, Tue-Thu, 6:00P–9:00P
WINDSOR 159 1449 Mar 27-29, Tue-Thu, 6:00P–9:00P (Register for this section # to have your company invoiced.)
ICE – NG (INDUSTRIAL COMBUSTION ENGINE –NATURAL GAS)
This course is intended for certified mechanics (license or equivalent) who convert engines to natural gas or service natural gas powered engines. Training includes: Basics of Natural gas, product storage & transfer, ignition & natural gas, equipment for natural gas road and industrial vehicles. This course will prepare trainees to write the TSSA exam for ICE-NG which is given at the end of this course. $932.25
WINDSOR 150 1858 Mar 21-23, Wed-Fri, 8:00A–5:00P
WINDSOR 159 1857 Mar 21-23, Wed-Fri, 8:00A–5:00P (Register for this section # to have your company invoiced.)