The Electrical Utilities Suite provides dozens of courses covering general OHS topics to ensure your compliance is optimized. With the capability to host your own utility specific training courses or outcomes, InFuse is an ideal asset for utilities. Ontario based electrical utilities and their sub-contractors have access to the IHSA 2014 Electrical Utilities Safety Rules (EUSR 2014) course and reference guide, a fully mobile tool that can ensure proper interpretation of the rules on site.
Critical knowledge for anyone who manages or supervises others in the workplace. Learn the effects of an accident and investigating procedures that must be followed.
Required training for Ontario workers who interact with the public. Learn to serve people with disabilities.
Required training for owners, managers and employees in Ontario. Learn to comply with the Human Rights Code and AODA.
Designed for non-certified or non-qualified personnel who may work near energized electrical equipment.
For building maintenance and construction workers who may be exposed to Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM).
Learn how to prepare for and execute lifts to reduce back injuries.
Learn about common hazards associated with the use of compressed air.
Designed for all employees and critical for managers and supervisors. Learn to understand your role in due diligence as it relates to workplace health & safety.
The Electrical Utility Safety Rules training course is applicable to all personnel working on or in proximity to the Ontario electricity distribution system. It details each of the EUSR rules from the 2014 version with explanations of each rule to ensure consistency in interpretation and implementation.
Learn to relieve the stress of the work environment and improve overall health and productivity at work.
Learn to recognize an unsafe worksite and to maintain safety with fall prevention and fall arrest techniques.
Learn the classes and nature of fires and how to safely extinguish them.
In workplaces where temperatures exceed normal, learn to recognize and reduce risk, and treat heat-related symptoms.
Managers and supervisors learn to create a plan to rollout an effective workplace safety program and follow up with documentation, training and communication.
Learn the nature and risk of isocyanate emissions. Learn proper handling and storage and what to do in case of an accidental release.
Essential information on the responsibilities of H&S committees and the tools they can use to effectively carry out their roles.
Recommended for all personal. Learn the different types of ladders and how to safely use them.
Designed for workers responsible for the loading of materials and heavy equipment for transport. Learn about the forces associated with loads in transport and proper loading and securement procedures.
For personnel who work with or in proximity to devices that have the potential to release energy during use, maintenance or repair.
This course provides operational safety fundamentals for motorized pallet truck operators. Learn about the hazards associated with these devices and how to effectively and properly operate one safely.
Essential learning on the legal responsibilities of managers and supervisors regarding worker safety under the OHSA.
Learn OH&S laws and how they apply to workers’ rights. Recognize and remedy unsafe situations. Designed for all Canadian jurisdictions outside Ontario.
Learn to organize workstations and correct practices to reduce strain and potential injuries.
Understanding federal legislation that establishes legal duties and serious penalties, including criminal liability, for violations of workplace safety that result in serious injury or fatality.
For both operators and those working near forklifts. Learn rules, practical procedures and communication techniques.
Safety theory as outlined by the Canadian Standards Association. Required material for certification of lift truck operators.
The PPE course is designed for personnel who work in and around hazardous materials and/or physical hazards and require specific clothing and device protection
Also know as Cumulative Trauma Disorder. Training to prevent CTD for anyone who performs repetitive tasks.
French language Workplace Hazardous Materials Information Safety. Learn to recognize, handle and safely store hazardous materials, and to reduce exposure and risk.
Designed for all workers. Learn to recognize and prevent the most frequent causes of workplace injuries.
General knowledge as well as specific modules for consigners, handlers and drivers of dangerous goods as defined by the TDG act.
French language TMD. General knowledge as well as specific modules for consigners, handlers and drivers of dangerous goods as defined by the TDG act.
Learn about the dangers of these tools and how to properly use them to reduce or eliminate injuries and lost time.
For personnel who work with or in proximity to vehicle hoists in the automotive maintenance and repair industry.
Designed for all Ontario workers. Defines and differentiates violence and harassment, how to recognize each and what to do in the event of an occurrence.
Designed for all Ontario workers who have previously taken Violence & Harassment training.
Designed for all workers. Defines and differentiates violence and harassment, how to recognize each and what to do in the event of an occurrence. Designed for all Canadian jurisdictions outside Ontario.
Canada's new WHMIS 2015 with GHS - Globally Harmonized System communication requirements. Learn to recognize, handle and safely store hazardous materials, and to reduce exposure and risk.
Mandatory training for all Ontario workers. Learn the rights and responsibilities of workers, supervisors and management.
Designed to outline Workplace Impairments including use of cannabis in the workplace and how employers and employees can react to such impairments.
Learn the responsibilities of such committees and the tools they can use to carry out their roles. Designed for all Canadian jurisdictions outside Ontario.
Learn what to expect and do during a workplace inspection and recognize roles in responding to the inspection report.