New Online Safety Training Courses for Canadian Market Now Available

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As we always do, we spent the past month creating entirely new online workforce training courses for you as well as updating some existing courses.

What’s unique about this month, however, is we’re releasing a large series online safety training courses for the Canadian market. The courses are available in English and French, and of course they are aligned with Canadian safety and health regulations.

You can buy these new courses in multiple formats, including:

20 New Online EHS Training Courses for Canadian Market

Click any of the links below to see previews and learn more about the 20 new courses:

New “Canadian” Online Safety Training Courses:

In addition to these new courses, we’ve also updated the following existing courses, so check ’em out too:

And once you’re done checking out those course previews above, feel free to download our free Online Safety Training Buyer’s Guide Checklist, too.

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Jeffrey Dalto

Jeffrey Dalto

Jeffrey Dalto is an Instructional Designer and the Senior Learning & Development Specialist at Convergence Training. He's worked in training/learning & development for 20 years, in safety and safety training for more than 10, is an OSHA Authorized Outreach Trainer for General Industry OSHA 10 and 30, has completed a General Industry Safety and Health Specialist Certificate from the University of Washington/Pacific Northwest OSHA Education Center, and is a member of the committee creating the upcoming ANSI Z490.2 national standard on online environmental, health, and safety training.

2 thoughts on “New Online Safety Training Courses for Canadian Market Now Available

  1. Given that Canada has 13 sets of OHS legislation that specific different regulatory requirements how have you managed to align the training programs to meet regulatory requirements?

    1. Hi, Terrence,

      Good question. Sorry it took me a while to answer, I was trying to get some information for you.

      In many cases, the courses are based on Canadian Standards Association (CSA) Standards. For example, the two courses related to electrical issues are based on CSA Z462.

      In other cases, such as hearing protection, an effort was made to “generalize” the message to match as many different regulatory jurisdictions as possible while also referring the learner to their appropriate regulatory body. Here’s one example from one course: “The criterion level is the steady noise level permitted for a full eight-hour work shift. This is 85 dB(A) in most jurisdictions, but it is 90 dB(A) in Quebec and 87 dB(A) for organizations that follow the Canadian federal noise regulations…he regulations should also be consulted for information on requirements for hearing protective equipment and other control measures that may be prescribed for protecting the workers’ hearing. Please contact your local office of the occupational health and safety agency for your jurisdiction if you have specific questions that apply to your workplace.”

      In addition, statistics are for Canada (not US) and units of measurement have been changed to metric.

      Hope that helps. You can find additional information in the description of each of these courses–for example, those based on a CSA standard mention that in the description.

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