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  1. First Aid Training Centre (FATC) located at Suite 156 Millbourne Market Mall, 3697 Mill Woods Rd NW, Edmonton hosts the following courses:
    – Confined Space Entry
    – Ground Disturbance (Global)
    – Standard First Aid Re certification (1 Day)
    – Emergency First Aid (1 Day)
    Call our Edmonton Safety Training registrars at 780-469-4887
    or visit:
    https://www.appointment.com/westerncanadafirefirstaid

  2. Industrial Training Centre ( ITC) located at 9519 – 58 Ave, NW, Edmonton hosts the following courses:
    – Elevated (Aerial) Work Platform
    – Fall Protection
    – Fire Safety (Extinguisher) – AM Class ONLY
    – H2S Alive (ESC)
    New & Skilled Operator Certification for:
    – Lift Truck (Forklift)
    – Skid Steer
    – Variable Reach Lift Truck (Zoom Boom)
    – Wheel Loader
    Call our Edmonton Safety Training registrars at 780-469-4887
    or visit:
    https://www.appointment.com/westerncanadafirefirstaid

  3. Any workplace that utilizes fall protection systems must ensure they have a means to quickly rescue a worker that is suspended from their harness.

    Register today for the FALL PROTECTION BASIC RESCUE course.
    This 8 hour course includes both classroom and practical components to provide both the knowledge, and practical skills required to safely rescue a co-worker. The processes taught utilize a simple standardized rescue system, effective and efficient for fall protection rescue. Call 780-469-4887 to register.

  4. NEWS:
    Oil Sands Site specific information will no longer be included in the Fall Protection, Elevated Work Platforms and Confined Space courses.  As of October 31, 2019 the OSSA Fall  Protection Course will no longer be offered.

    If becoming a trainer to teach the above courses is of interest to you, our sister company, Saga Universal Training Corp. offers training to those who are subject matter experts in the topics they’re interested in teaching. Simply go to sagatraining.ca and click the “Become a Trainer” button to learn more about these and other courses available.

    Oil Sands Site specific information is now offered as a separate course called the  Common Safety Orientation (CSO).

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