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2500 48th Avenue NE  Calgary  Alberta  T3J 4V8  Canada 

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Visitor's Guide: Calgary

Calgary

Mountains and Prairies
  • Calgary 
  • Calgary,  AB 
  • Phone: +1 403 268 2489(Tour
  • Fax: +1 403 538 6111(Toll
  • Web: http://www.calgary.ca  
  • Category: Attractions & Landmarks
  • Accessible for persons with disabilities: yes

Description

Calgary's proximity to the Rocky Mountains provides various options for a host of outdoor activities. The local museums and historical places are worth a visit. Check for the concerts and events which occur through out the year. The weather is moderate and it is pleasant to travel around.

    Events

  • Hazard Assessment And Control - Train The Trainer >>
  • 2014-11-18
  • 2014-11-18
  • Course Length: 1 day

    Course Description:

    Participants receive classroom based instruction on the assessment and control of general workplace hazards. We provide comprehensive overviews of the methods of hazard identification and assessment. This includes the provision of tools required to implement an effect method of hazard management/control.

    Purpose:

    Training in Hazard Assessment and Control is beneficial to employees at all organizational levels, as it aides in the reduction of workplace injuries and incidents. Protection of the employee and the client is of the utmost importance.

    Benefits:

    Improved work environmentHigher morale Lower staff turnover Fewer grievances Improved quality control Less equipment damage Higher facility reliability Savings in both direct (WCB costs) and indirect costs (e.g. property and equipment damage, poor

    Exercises:

    Throughout the workshop, you will be challenged to think analytically and abstractly regarding potential workplace hazards. In this way we hope to help you make this course personal to your situation and thus, facilitate the application of Hazard Assessment and Control mechanisms.

    Train the Trainer:

    For the second half of the course, participants present material to the facilitator, who provides feedback.  The presentation strengths will be highlighted to encourage those who may not have had prior facilitation experience.  This allows the participant to confidently deliver the material to co-workers.

  • Whmis Train-the-trainer >>
  • 2014-09-16
  • 2014-09-16
  • Course Length: full day

    Course Description

    This course instructs participants on facilitation basics including: Instructor preparation, introductory comments, how to set up the workshop exercises and key points to introduce.

     In addition, this course provides an opportunity to review the workshop content which includes: the identification, handling, and use of hazardous and potentially dangerous materials in the workplace.

     Finally, this course provides an opportunity for participants to present some of the workshop content in a safe learning environment and receive peer feedback. We hope to provide the participants with the knowledge and confidence required to deliver the workshop content to co-workers in their facilities.

     Additionally, participants are provided with the tools required to deliver the workshop content, including: the participant manual, the workshop PowerPoint presentation, and sample forms and policies.

    Purpose

     WHMIS Train-the-Trainer is beneficial to those individuals who are responsible for delivering health and safety training programs in your facility.

    Exercises

     By providing a combination of class-room instruction, student participation, course work and presentation practice, we are able to provide a complete understanding of the requirements for delivering an effective WHMIS training program.

  • Workplace Inspections - Train The Trainer >>
  • 2014-11-19
  • 2014-11-19
  • Course Length: one day

    Course Description

    Workplace inspections are a follow-up to the processes of hazard identification, assessment and control, and should be performed on a regular basis.  This course will illustrate how an effective inspection program is essential to workplace health and safety.  We provide comprehensive overviews of the methods if conducting workplace inspections, and provide any tools required to implement regular workplace inspections.

    Purpose

    A work place inspection is a "fact finding mission", rather than a fault finding exercise.  The purpose of this workshop is to identify and correct unsafe acts and conditions to protect the health and safety of workers and prevent equipment and property damage.

    Topics Covered

    Inspection definition Types of inspections Inspection preparation     Conducting a workplace inspection Inspection findings reporting Corrective action and follow-up

    Exercises

    You will be challenged to think analytically and abstractly regarding various aspects of the work environment that may lead to potential hazard, harm or loss.

    Train the Trainer

    For the second half of the course, participants present material to the facilitator, who provides feedback.  The presentation strengths will be highlighted to encourage those who may not have had prior facilitation experience.  This allows the participant to confidently deliver the material to co-workers.

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