June 21 - LOTO & WHMIS
LOTO Program Overview: This program consists of a comprehensive in - class theory program covering Isolation of Hazardous Energy. Participants will have the opportunity to handle an assortment of lockout devices and components while learning how to safety and eﬀectively apply them to prevent accidents and damage caused by the unexpected movement of machinery and equipment due to the release of hazardous energy.
Training Content: • Ontario Isolation of Hazardous Energy (lock out/tag out) legislation – Regulation 851 • Hazard Recognition – Risk Assessments • “Zero Energy State” • Lock Out Devices • Disconnects • What is an Emergency Stop • Energizing and De-energizing Equipment • The Lock Out Tag Out Program Requirements and Procedures • Serious Mistakes
WHMIS Program Overview: The Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) is a Canada-wide system designed to give employers and workers information about hazardous materials used in the workplace. The original WHMIS 1988 was updated in 2015. WHMIS 2015 is based on the Global Harmonized System (GHS) and uses pictograms, labelling and safety data sheets that are signiﬁcantly diﬀerent from the original WHMIS of 1988. WHMIS was founded on a worker’s right to know what hazards they [you] are working with in the workplace! Education is fundamental to WHMIS – workers need training on a regular basis.
Training Content: • Legislation -Regulation 860 • What is WHMIS (2015) • What is GHS and why the changes? • Training and Education • Hazard Classiﬁcation, Symbols, Signal Words, etc • Labels – Supplier and Workplace • Safety Data Sheets (SDS) • Special Situations and Exemptions
June 22 - Emergency First Aid / CPR Program Overview: Basic one-day course oﬀering an overview of ﬁrst aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) skills for the workplace or home. Includes the latest ﬁrst aid and CPR guidelines. Meets OHS regulations for Basic First Aid. Exceeds competitors’ standards by including injury prevention content, CPR and AED.
Training Content: • Preparing to respond • The EMS system • Check, Call, Care • Airway emergencies • Breathing and circulation emergencies • First aid for respiratory and cardiac arrest • Wound care • Includes any other content required by speciﬁc legislation • Certiﬁcation: 3-year certiﬁcation in Emergency First Aid, CPR level A, C, or HCP and AED • Recertiﬁcation: Where provincial/territorial legislation allows; 5–6 hours; includes CPR Level A, C, or HCP