TSSA Accredited Training Provider, CWB & AWS Accredited Trainers.


Hogan Roy is an Accredited Training Provider by the Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA) in Ontario, Canada. The TSSA is responsible for enforcing compliance with the TSSA Act, regulations and codes related to the propane and natural gas industry. Our TSSA Trainer ID is #00084 Full TSSA Online ListingOur industry-leading accredited training programs help your employees not only be compliant, but succeed. With over three decades of experience, we are leading experts in Industrial Maintenance Technician (IMT), Energy, Welding and Safety TrainingLet us help you meet the highest standards in your field.

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About


Hogan Roy has decades of experience and is proudly one of Ontario's premier Accredited Training Providers by the Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA).We work with large corporations like Linamar and cities such as Ottawa and Toronto, plus many more.When you choose Hogan Roy, you can be confident that you're getting the best possible training.If you're looking for an accredited training provider that is professional, reliable, and trustworthy, look no further than Hogan Roy. We have been in the business of developing and delivering accredited programs for large organizations since 1990. We are proud to help employees gain the proper knowledge and skills to meet the highest technical standards.Our trainers are TSSA, CWB, and AWS accredited, and we offer courses in energy, welding, driving, plus health and safety.Our Fuel(s) Trainers are TSSA accredited and our welding instructors are CWB and AWS certified.We customize programs in energy, welding technology, driver assessment and or skill development, health and safety and industrial skills

Testimonials


"The services of Hogan Roy were invaluable and had a huge impact at Chrysler. Their training has been instrumental in the launch of many of our major new vehicles being produced in Canada. They have conducted over 50,000+ hours of employee training time across a myriad of topics to assist in our success plan. Outstanding service and follow through." - Jason Watson - Chrysler

Hogan Roy was beyond impeccable. They took the time to build out a first class training program and all their trainers were top notch. - Sam Green - Manager (Welding Division)

We had the pleasure of working with Hogan Roy to do our Safety Training. They were absolutely impeccable and well organized. The team was very happy will all the service and attention to detail from Fabian and team. - Jim A. Samual (Lead IMT Tech Management)

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Accredited Training


We've been providing cutting edge training for decades with our fully
accredited TSSA, CWB and AWS trainers, and certified driver, health, safety and industrial trainers.
Hogan Roy has the training and experience to give your team the necessary skills to succeed. Rest assured your training and education needs will be assessed quickly and our experienced professional trainers will deliver programs that are top notch, and ensure well educated employees. Applying proven principles of adult learning, our training is practical and interactive.  Flexible delivery and quick turnaround are provided on needs analysis, proposals, training design, and delivery.We offer certified energy (petroleum and natural gas) training, welding, driving, and health and safety training courses. Our trainers are TSSA, AWS, and CWB accredited, so you know you're getting the best quality training available.Let us help you take your company to the next level.

Energy Accreditated Programs


Hogan Roy is proud to offer the Industrial Maintenance Technician (IMT) Certificate which is a highly customized Gas Technician 1 (G.1) and Oil Burner Technician 1 (OBT-1) certificate along with Petroleum Mechanic Helper (PMT), Petroleum Mechanic 1(PM.1) and H2 Certification (Hydrogen) - Coming Soon.

IMT Certification


The Industrial Maintenance Technician (IMT) certificate issued by TSSA authorizes an employee of a specified company to conduct the work on fuel-fired appliances (including piping and venting systems) with any Btuh input located at the premise of their employer.The IMT certificate is essentially a highly customized Gas Technician 1 (G.1) and/or Oil Burner Technician 1 (OBT-1) certificate that focuses the training on the equipment and work activities at the specified company.We have the qualifications, experience, and resources to complete all phases of the IMT assessment, course development, and course delivery leading to IMT certification that will serve the training needs of your company and its employees. Our success rate is over 95%.

IMT Certification

Certification Phases

The first phase of the IMT Certification process is the assessment.We will create an assessment report that defines the scope of fuel-related work conducted by your employees and compares this scope to the skills and knowledge of the candidates along with the types and complexity of equipment on-site. The assessment procedure is essentially a gap analysis comparing the IMT certification requirements to the selected scope of certificate, candidates’ qualifications, and equipment to determine the hours and content for IMT certification. The procedure established by TSSA will be employed and is submitted to TSSA for review and approval.The second phase of the IMT certification process is the development and approval of the training plan to meet the requirements of the assessment report.Basic information on fuel properties, combustion, gas supply systems, appliance types, venting, controls, flame safeguards, burner/valve train components are compiled and focus on the site-specific needs and equipment. The training plan and course schedule are submitted to TSSA for review and approval.The last phase of the IMT certification process is course delivery.The training will be conducted at your site using our portable training labs that include equipment such as flame safeguards and valve trains. We will train on your appliances wherever feasible. PowerPoint slides are utilized for the classroom sessions but a significant portion of the training is hands-on. The theory and practical assessment examinations required by TSSA will be administered to measure the employee's competency and recommend them for licensing. We bring practical, effective training to you. A practical training simulator allows for hands-on training in troubleshooting and preventative maintenance. The simulator will be brought to the plant.

Certification Information

A person who is the holder of an IMT certificate may carry out work on the equipment for which the certificate is valid and perform
any of the functions of a G.1 or OBT-1 certificate holder on which they have been trained, except the following work:

  1. Install, service, remove or replace components and accessories that form part of a refrigerating or air-conditioning unit.

  2. Install, service, remove or replace tanks. O. Reg. 215/01, s. 30 (1).

Certification Requirements

  1. An applicant only qualifies for a certificate for which the applicant has successfully completed a program approved by the director that is conducted by an accredited training provider approved by the director and registered with the designated administrative authority. O. Reg. 215/01, s. 5 (1); O. Reg. 253/08, s. 5 (1).

  2. Subsection (1) does not apply where the director is satisfied that the applicant possesses knowledge and competence with respect to each designation sought by the applicant that is equivalent to the applicant having taken the program referred to in subsection (1). O. Reg. 215/01, s. 5 (2).

  3. An applicant referred to in subsection (1) may be issued a certificate only with respect to a designation sought by the applicant if the applicant first successfully completes an examination or a series of examinations conducted or approved by the director that demonstrates that the applicant possesses the necessary knowledge and competence for each designation sought by the applicant. O. Reg. 215/01, s. 5 (3).

  4. If the applicant fails the examination or series of examinations on three successive attempts, the applicant shall successfully complete the program described in subsection (1) after making the unsuccessful attempts and before taking the examination or series of examinations again, and subsection (5) does not apply. O. Reg. 253/08, s. 5 (2).

  5. An applicant is not required to comply with subsection (1) if the director is satisfied that the applicant possesses the necessary knowledge and competence with respect to each class of certificate sought by the applicant. O. Reg. 253/08, s. 5 (2).

* There are Additional requirements for IMT certification as outlined in section 10 of O.Reg 215

Certification Policies and Procedures

The Policies and Procedures were collectively developed by the Technical Standards & Safety Authority (TSSA) and the Industrial Maintenance Technician Training and Certification Advisory Board (TCAB) operating under the authority of the Director of the Technical Standards & Safety Act, 2000. The Policies and Procedures have been adopted by TSSA Training and Certification Services.The intent is to provide a set of reference points and guidelines for Accredited Training Providers, examination bodies and/or administrators involved in the training and certification process and for the Fuels Industry.

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PMH Certification


The Petroleum Mechanic Helper Training consists of a combination of theoretical and practical (on the job) training. Upon successful completion, a certificate from TSSA will issued, renewable every 2 years.

A person who holds a PMH certificate may, without supervision, replace nozzles, spouts, hoses, breakaways, filters and belts on pumps and dispensers related to petroleum equipment. O. Reg. 251/08, s. 10As well as assisting the holder of a PM.1, PM.2, PM.3 or PM.4 certificate to perform any of the functions he or she may perform if directly supervised by the holder of that certificate. O. Reg. 216/01, s. 14

Petroleum Mechanic Certification Policies and Procedures

The policies and procedures were developed and adopted by the Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA), operating under the authority of the Director, under the Technical Standards and Safety Act.
The intent is to provide a set of reference points and guidelines for the training delivery organizations, examiners and the petroleum industry in general.
The original policies and procedures took effect July 1997, under the Technical Standards and Safety Act, Ontario Regulation 216/01 & Ontario Regulation 217/01.

Certification Requirements

In order to obtain a certificate from the Technical Standards and Safety Authority as a Petroleum Mechanic Helper, the requirements outlined in this section must be met.

  1. Applicants must attend a training program delivered by a TSSA Accredited Training Provider.

  2. Applicants must successfully pass the TSSA certification examination(s) for the applicable class of certificate with a minimum score of 75%.

  3. Applicants must submit a completed Application for an Ontario Certificate of Qualification.

  4. The PMH (Petroleum Mechanic Helper) certificate is a pre-requisite requirement to all PM mechanic categories.

  5. A PMH is not a prerequisite for a Site Operator (SO) endorsement. A Site Operator endorsement is not a prerequisite for a PMH.

Certification Policies and Procedures

The policies and procedures were developed and adopted by the Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA), operating under the authority of the Director, under the Technical Standards and Safety Act.The intent is to provide a set of reference points and guidelines for the training delivery organizations, examiners and the petroleum industry in general.The original policies and procedures took effect July 1997, under the Technical Standards and Safety Act, Ontario Regulation 216/01 & Ontario Regulation 217/01.

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PM.1 Certification


The Petroleum Mechanic 1 Training consists of a combination of theoretical and practical (on the job) training. Upon successful completion, a certificate from TSSA will issued, renewable every 2 years.

Someone with a PM.1 Certification is a person that may, without supervision, service and maintain petroleum equipment and systems, and accessories essential to their operation and, in so doing, may,

  1. Install and remove suction pumps, submersible pumps and related systems in accordance with manufacturer specifications and the code adoption documents referred to in Ontario Regulation 217/01 (Liquid Fuels) made under the Act and Ontario Regulation 213/01 (Fuel Oil) made under the Act.

  2. Repair and maintain suction pumps and related systems, including troubleshooting, testing, repairing and replacing mechanical, hydraulic, electrical and electronic components.

  3. Repair and maintain submersible pumps, dispensers and related systems, including troubleshooting, testing, repairing and replacing mechanical, hydraulic, electrical and electronic devices. O. Reg. 216/01, s. 10; O. Reg. 251/08, s. 6 (1, 2). REVOKED: O. Reg. 251/08, s. 6 .

  4. The holder of a PM.1 certificate may, without supervision, service and maintain any type of petroleum equipment that falls within the scope of the certificate so long as the holder has the required experience and time on that type of equipment and that experience and time are documented in a form acceptable to the director. O. Reg. 216/01, s. 10; O. Reg. 251/08, s. 6.

Petroleum Mechanic Certification Policies and Procedures

The policies and procedures were developed and adopted by the Technical Standards and Safety Authority (TSSA), operating under the authority of the Director, under the Technical Standards and Safety Act.The intent is to provide a set of reference points and guidelines for the training delivery organizations, examiners and the petroleum industry in general.The original policies and procedures took effect July 1997, under the Technical Standards and Safety Act, Ontario Regulation 216/01 & Ontario Regulation 217/01.

Certification Requirements

In order to obtain a certificate from the Technical Standards and Safety Authority as a Petroleum Mechanic 1, the requirements outlined in this section must be met.

  1. Applicants must attend a training program delivered by a TSSA Accredited Training Provider.

  2. Applicants must successfully pass the TSSA certification examination(s) for the applicable class of certificate with a minimum score of 75%.

  3. Applicants must submit a completed Application for an Ontario Certificate of Qualification.

  4. Applicants for PM1 must submit completed Practical Skills/Experience Sign-Off Documentation for certification.

  5. The PMH (Petroleum Mechanic Helper) certificate is a pre-requisite requirement for P Mechanic 1 certification.

H2 Certification (Hydrogen - Coming Soon)


A person who holds an H2 certificate may do the following:

  1. Install, inspect, alter, purge, activate, repair, service or remove hydrogen appliances, equipment, tanks, components and accessories.

  2. Install, inspect, purge, activate, repair, service or remove hydrogen fuelling equipment and systems on industrial vehicles and stationary engines mounted on vehicles and motor vehicles, as those expressions are defined in the Highway Traffic Act.

  3. Install, alter, service, maintain or repair hydrogen vehicle refuelling stations.  O. Reg. 256/07, s. 8.

Welding Accreditated Program


Hogan Roy offers corporate welding courses and certifications in Canada focused on helping your workforce hone their welding techniques. Our team of experienced instructors works to keep up with the latest demands in the industry and help you understand the challenges your organization will face in the years ahead. The courses are designed to ensure that your team works as safely and productively as possible while achieving your working goals. Contact us today to learn more about our welding courses and how we can help your organization succeed.Training your staff in the latest welding processes can help ensure your organization remains competitive for the years to come. Our team offers comprehensive training and testing services designed to help your staff hone their welding skills, improve safety and enhance productivity for the years ahead.We work to keep up with the latest demands in the industry and to help you understand the challenges that your organization will face in the years ahead. Our team has decades of experience in welding training and we use this experience to guide you and your staff at each step in the process. From choosing courses to selecting the testing type, we’ll make sure that each element of our training work is customized according to the unique demands of your organization for the coming years.

Corporate Welding Course Objectives

When your workforce chooses a corporate welding course through our training team, they’ll benefit from comprehensive training focused on honing their welding techniques. The objective of the courses is to ensure that your team is working as safely and productively as possible while achieving your working goals.
We work to help you achieve your goals by only employing training staff with decades of experience in the industry and by ensuring that each of our students is trained according to their required focus areas. We meet with you before the training process so that we can understand more about your organization and your training goals. And we’re then able to build program and testing materials that correspond with your goals for the short-term and long-term. It’s a process that has helped companies across the region enhance their welding team performance.

The Content for Our Corporate Welding Course

We offer a number of unique courses, with content designed in response to your current training requirements. Our current selection of corporate welding courses includes the following:

  • Oxy-Acetylene Welding & Cutting – Health & Safety Seminar

  • Electric Arc Welding Safety

  • Technical Sales Course for the Welding Industry

  • F.C.A.W. (Flux-Core) Welding Program

  • G.T.A.W. (Tig) Welding Program

  • TSSA Pressure Vessel Pipe Welding Program (G.T.A.W. / S.M.A.W.)

  • G.T.A.W. (Tig) Stainless Welding Program

  • G.T.A.W. (Tig) Tool & Die Welding Program

  • G.M.A.W. (Mig) Welding ProgramGTAW (TIG) Maintenance Welding – Night Course

  • G.M.A.W. (Mig) Level 1

  • G.M.A.W. (Mig/Mag) CWB / TSSA Preparatory Course

  • GMAW (MIG) Maintenance Welding – Night Course

  • M.C.A.W. (Metal-Core)

  • Weld Quality Control

Driver TRaining


Hogan Roy's corporate vehicle management programs train your team in vehicle risk review and defensive driving. Our customized programs are tailored to your unique situation and incorporate your driving patterns, driver demographics, and business model.With our experience and expertise, we can help you develop a program that meets your specific needs and ensures the safety of your drivers and vehicles.

VEHICLE RISK REVIEW

CPD has a program to provide businesses with a review and assessment of the risks around their vehicle management programs.
CPD’s risk management model is based on building a detailed understanding of the various risks facing your drivers. Understanding the risks is critical to be able to effectively address them.
CPD’s Driver Safety Management Audit provides this needed understanding and is a powerful first step in creating a sustainable safe driving culture.

CUSTOMIZED PROGRAM DEVELOPMENT

CPD works with your team to develop a customized training program built around your unique situation and incorporates your driving patterns, your driver demographics and business model.

  • Do your drivers work in emergency vehicles (EVO), delivery vehicles or in a technical support capacity?

  • Are they called upon to find addresses, answer dispatch, work in confined areas, and park in difficult or congested areas like main streets?

  • Does your company have a history of collisions?

Once we complete an analysis of the job requirements and traveling environment of your drivers, we can customize a training methodology that will deliver the desired outcome for your company.

PROFESSIONAL DEFENSIVE DRIVER TRAINING

CPD has a corporate library of Professional Defensive Driver Training modules that can be taken individually or incorporated into a program to address the issues you face.This may include:

  • High Rate of Collisions

  • Distracted Driving

  • Excessive Speed

  • Problems Backing Up

Health & Safety Accreditated Programs


Hogan Roy is a leading provider of quality workplace health and safety training programs, products and consulting services in Canada. We offer a wide variety of first aid, CPR/AED, and other health and safety training to help employers be compliant with federal and provincial occupational health and safety legislation.We are dedicated to providing a comprehensive range of services that helps our clients create a safe and healthy workplace. Delivering quality programs, our experts have the knowledge and experience to meet your organization's needs. You can be confident that your employees will be prepared to handle any health and safety situation.

JOINT HEALTH AND SAFETY COMMITTEE


Our trainers have partnered with Industrial and Construction Safety Solutions (ICSS) to provide a CPO-approved JHSC training program.

PART 1: BASIC CERTIFICATION (3-DAY COURSE)

This certification provides an overall knowledge of health and safety that applies to all workplaces. This interactive course is a necessary component for Joint Health & Safety Committee members as it brings the Internal Responsibility System (IRS) into practice.COURSE CONTENT:

  • Introduction to Training

  • Health & Safety & The Law

  • Policies & Programs

  • The “Joint Health & Safety Committee”

  • The Certified Member

  • Identification & Hazards & Control Measures

  • Identification of Health & Safety Hazards

  • Assessment of Health & Safety Hazards

  • Control Measures for Health & Safety Hazards

  • Investigation Techniques

  • Health & Safety Resources

  • Communication

PART 2: WORKPLACE – SPECIFIC HAZARD TRAINING (2-DAY COURSE)

This certification is focused on the significant hazards in your workplace. An understanding of the recognition, assessment, control, and evaluation process in identifying these hazards provides certified members with the skills to apply their knowledge to a safe and healthy workplace.COURSE CONTENT:

  • Overview of The Workplace Health & Safety Program

  • Musculoskeletal Disorders

  • Workplace Violence & Harassment

  • Slips Trips & Falls

  • Air Quality & Ventilation

  • Work-Related Driving

  • Emergency Planning

In order to become a certified member of the Joint Health & Safety Committee (JHSC), members must successfully complete Part II of the certification training within six months of completing Part I.

REFRESHER TRAINING (1-DAY COURSE)

This training maintains your Joint Health & Safety certification within 3-years of being certified.COURSE CONTENT:

  • Workplace Roles & Responsibilities

  • JHSC – Rights, Duties & Functions

  • The Certified Member

  • Hazard Management

  • Changes in Legislation, Regulations, Codes of Practice

  • Your Workplace – Best Practices & Challenges

FIRST AID BLENDED PROGRAMS


Hogan Roy Safety Training & Equipment Program is a blended training programs successfully combine online multimedia instruction with instructor-led classes to offer the most effective training on the market for First Aid and CPR/AED Training. Blended learning combines online learning with an in-person skills session, which includes practice and an assessment.

EMERGENCY FIRST AID OPTIONS

  • Emergency First Aid with HeartSaver Adult CPR/AED

  • Emergency First Aid with HeartSaver Adult, Child, Infant CPR/AED

  • Emergency First Aid with BLS CPR/AED

STANDARD FIRST AID OPTIONS

  • Standard First Aid with HeartSaver Adult, Child, Infant CPR/AED

  • Standard First Aid with BLS CPR/AED

  • Standard First Aid Recertification

CPR/AED TRAINING OPTIONS

  • HeartSaver Adult CPR/AED

  • HeartSaver Adult, Child, Infant CPR/AED

  • Basic Life Support (BLS) CPR/AED

FIRST AID IN-CLASS


Hogan Roy Safety Training & Equipment Program provides in-class first aid courses covering CPR skills, management of choking, bleeding, shock, and fainting and more. We offer training 24/7 to corporate clients onsite at your facility. Courses include certification upon completion.

EMERGENCY FIRST AID OPTIONS

  • Emergency First Aid with HeartSaver Adult CPR/AED

  • Emergency First Aid with Heartsaver Adult, Child, Infant CPR/AED

  • Emergency First Aid with BLS CPR/AED

STANDARD FIRST AID OPTIONS

  • Standard First Aid with Heartsaver Adult CPR/AED

  • Standard First Aid with Heartsaver Adult, Child, Infant CPR/AED

  • Standard First Aid with BLS CPR/AED

  • Standard First Aid Recertification

CPR/AED TRAINING OPTIONS

  • Heartsaver Adult CPR/AED

  • Heartsaver Adult, Child, Infant CPR/AED

  • Basic Life Support (BLS) CPR/AED

HEALTH & SAFETY TRAINING ONLINE


Start training today with our award winning safety training materials. Begin training in minutes using our 24-hour portal. The portal includes access to printable certificates, printable resources and workplace-specific exercises.

List of courses

  • WHMIS (English)

  • SIMDUT 2015 en Ligne (French WHMIS)

  • Lift Truck

  • Electrical Safety Training System (ESTS) for Non-Electrical Workers

  • Work Place Violence & Harassment

  • Lockout/Tagout

  • Fire Safety Awareness

  • Fall Protection Awareness

  • TDG Class 7 – Type A PKG

  • TDG Class 7 – Type B PKG

  • H2S Awareness

  • Confined Space Pre-Entry

Working at Heights Blended Or In-Class Learning Program


This Chief Prevention Officer (CPO) approved WORKING AT HEIGHTS training program has been implemented to prevent injuries and deaths from falls, even from heights of no more than 2 meters. As of April 1, 2015, the MINISTRY OF LABOUR requires that all employers ensure that their workers complete an approved working at heights training program before they can work at heights.

Working at Heights Blended Learning Program

This is a Blended Learning course which is a combination of ‘online’ and ‘classroom’ training. Our training is fully certified by the CPO!We can also deliver training at your location for 6-12 employees…No travelling and no extra cost to you!This is Ontario’s first blended Working at Heights program!
Hogan Roy Training & Equipment a training partner for YOW Working at Heights (WAH) course complies with the Ontario Chief Prevention Officer’s (CPO) Working at Heights Program Standards. Hogan Roy Safety Training & Equipment is an approved CPO training provider.

Who Should Take this Course?

As of April 1, 2015, Ontario workers who are required to use fall protection equipment on ‘Construction Projects’, must complete a CPO approved Working at Heights (WAH) training program. If you don’t have the training you may be subjected to a ‘fine’ or could be ‘ineligible’ to work on the jobsite.

About This Training

Our training training partner YOW Canada developed Ontario’s first blended learning Working at Heights program. This comprehensive WAH program is an effective and interactive way to keep you and your employees up-to-date with Working at Heights training requirements for construction projects in Ontario. Our program delivers:Part 1 Theoretical (3.5hrs):
Basic Theory online (E-Learning) using multiple delivery methods (audio, text, video, interactive, etc.) to improve learner engagement (3.5 hours done online at the learner’s chosen pace).
This course is also compatible with most smart-phones and tablets!Part 2 Classroom Training (4.5 hrs):
Practical Training is delivered in the classroom to provide workers with the hands-on, practical experience for working safely at heights.
The Part 2 classroom date and location will be selected when activating the course. The Part 1 (Theoretical online) must be completed by the trainee before attending Part 2 (Practical Training).Runtime
Part 1 – Online: Approx. 3.5 hours
Part 2 – In-class: Approx. 4.5 hours

Working at Heights In-Class

We have partnered with Total Rescue to provide their Chief Prevention Officer (CPO) approved WORKING AT HEIGHTS training program. It has been implemented to prevent injuries and deaths from falls, even from heights of no more than 2 meters.As of April 1, 2015, the MINISTRY OF LABOUR requires that all employers ensure that their workers complete an approved working at heights training program before they can work at heights. The GOAL of this training is to provide the basic knowledge needed to recognize and avoid hazards associated with working at heights.

Course Details & Objectives

The Working at Heights Basic Theory Module and the Working at Heights Practical Equipment Modules are mandatory for workers in the construction industry who use travel restraint systems, fall arrest systems or safety nets as a source of protection against fall hazards.The GOAL of this training is to provide the basic knowledge needed to recognize and avoid hazards associated with working at heights.This training program will help prepare participants to:

  • Explain their rights and responsibilities when working at heights

  • Work at heights safely and in compliance with all required regulations

  • Select, inspect, and use industry-standard personal fall arrest equipment, including a harness and lanyard

Working at Heights Basic Theory Module

The Working at Heights Basic Theory module contains the following:

  • Rights and responsibilities related to working at heights under the Occupational Health and Safety Act in Ontario

  • General hazard recognition for working at heights

  • Hierarchy of controls

  • Safety procedures for warning methods and physical barriers

  • Safety procedures for ladders and similar equipment

  • Introduction to personal fall protection equipment

Working at Heights Practical Equipment

The Working at Heights Practical Equipment module contains the following:

  • Barriers and safety nets personal fall protection equipment

  • Anchor points

  • Work positioning systems

  • Work access and platforms

  • Rescue planning

Course Duration – 6.5 hours

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Office: 416-738-2348Address: 10-8550 Torbram Road, Suite 390
Brampton, ON,
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