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Instructor-led Training Courses

Ensuring that workers are trained and competent before work is the key to a safe work environment. Danatec will help keep your organization current, relevant and safe through our various instructor-led training offerings. Ensuring that workers are trained and competent before work is the key to a safe work environment. Danatec will help keep your organization current, relevant and safe through our various instructor-led training offerings. Many of our courses are held in public at our state-of-the-art training centre in Cambridge, Ontario, or online via our virtual learning platforms. We also offer group or on-site private training to accommodate your needs.

If you are looking for on-site private training for your company, please contact our sales team for assistance.

Phone:
(519) 267-8600
(844) 267-8600
Email:
sales@danatec.com

Joint Health and Safety Committee Certification

Joint Health and Safety Committee (JHSC) Training

JHSC certification is valid for a period of three years and requires a one day recertification course for when the three year validity period is expiring.

Danatec offers the JHSC Part 1 and Part 2 courses as well as the JHSC Refresher course for recertification. These courses can be found in our Course catalog and are offered through:

  • Virtual Instructor Lead Distance Learning
  • In-Class training 
  • Online (COMING SOON for JHSC Part 1)

Supervisor OHS Familiarization Training

Supervisor OHS Familiarization Training (WSCC Approved, NT, NU)

Supervisor training is legally required by the Occupational Health & Safety Regulations of Northwest Territories and Nunavut. Employers are obligated to ensure supervisors understand their role and responsibilities to workplace health and safety and to provide supervisors with adequate training.

This two-day training course has been developed to familiarize participants with Safety Acts and Occupational Health and Safety Regulations of the Northwest Territories and Nunavut as well as industry best practices. Participants will gain significant knowledge regarding safety management systems and their roles and responsibilities in the workplace. This course has been approved by the WSCC Chief Safety Officer. This training will be instructor-led LIVE ONLINE. Participants require a stable internet connection, webcam and microphone to participate in the course, including live discussions.

If you are looking for on-site private training for your company, please contact our sales team for assistance.

Low Voltage / High Voltage Arc Flash & Shock Training

Low Voltage / High Voltage Arc Flash & Shock Training

This fully-compliant training course is based on the latest industry Standards and Regulations. It focuses on workplace electrical safety and the identification of the electrical hazards of arc flash and shock against an assigned energized electrical work task following a defined work flow process. Justification for energized electrical work is reviewed. Completing a Risk Assessment Procedure and the application of the Hierarchy of Risk Control Methods to reduce risk are emphasized. Additional protective measures including defining Approach Boundaries, the selection of appropriate Electrical Specific PPE, Tools & Equipment with proper pre-use checks/inspection, care, use and maintenance and content related to utilizing appropriate work practices/procedures are provided.

If you are looking for on-site private training for your company, please contact our sales team for assistance.

Working at Heights and Mobile Elevated Work Platforms

Working at Heights

Comprehensive one-day course offering basic fall prevention information required to work safely in areas where workers may be exposed to fall hazards. This course combines theoretical knowledge as well as practical, hands-on training and evaluation. Students will understand the risks of working near fall hazards, how to evaluate protective methods for different scenarios, and proper selection and use of personal protective equipment.

Additional training on the specific hazards faced, and types of equipment used on the job is required to provide additional information, instruction and training in workplace-specific policies, procedures, equipment and fall-protection systems used, including adequate oral and written instructions by a competent person.