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Safety Training

At Adriatica, our training courses are meticulously crafted to equip individuals with critical workplace knowledge and resources.

Elevate Your Safety Standards with Adriatica

Our objective goes beyond merely delivering essential instruction; we focus on ensuring participants can apply what they’ve learned to enhance safety and mitigate risks within their work environments effectively.

Utilizing real-life scenarios, hands-on demonstrations, visual aids, and a comprehensive overview of best practices, trade-specific insights, legal requirements, and governing legislation, we aim to foster a deep understanding and practical application of safety principles

Delivering practical solutions

Our training is designed to elevate participants' awareness and prevent accidents, offering an educational experience that surpasses conventional standards and truly empowers workers to contribute to a safer workplace.

Equipment used for the hands-on component of Adriatica training programs must meet the following standards:

  • CSA Approved
  • Manufacturer Specifications
  • TSSA Approval
  • Occupational Health and Safety Act
  • Application Regulation Requirements (industrial, construction, and other)
  • Any other legislative requirements

Adriatica Safety Courses Include:

As of April 1, 2017 anyone working in the construction industry in Ontario and who works at heights is required to have CPO approved training that meets the requirements of the Working at Heights Training Standard.

Adriatica is a CPO approved provider. The course is designed to provide participants with the knowledge and practical skills necessary to work safely at height.

This approved training course is divided into two parts. The theory modules introduce working at heights hazards, methods to control them and the basics of fall protection. The practical modules focus on the limitations, inspection and hands-on use of the equipment.

Target Audience

Workers, Supervisors, JHSC members, and Safety Representatives

LEARNING OUTCOMES

By the end of this course participants will be able to:

  • Recognize working at heights hazards
  • Explain the hierarchy of controls
  • Discuss safe work plans
  • Identify and assess when ladders are appropriate
  • Explain proper inspection, care, and use of ladders
  • Describe types of warning methods and physical barriers
  • Identify when warning methods and physical barriers are required
  • Discuss limitations, application, and storage of different fall protection systems
  • Calculate fall distances
  • Demonstrate how to inspect the equipment, don and doff a harness, and maintain 100% tie-off
  • Discuss the differences between permanent, temporary, and structural anchors
  • Select the appropriate fall protection equipment when working on a platform
  • Explain the purpose, roles, and responsibilities of workplace parties with respect to a rescue plan
LEGISLATIVE REFERENCES
  • Occupational Health & Safety Act
  • Construction Regulation 213/91

​Note: In order to successfully complete certification, participants must achieve a minimum of 75% on a written test and be able to successfully demonstrate the practical skills acquired in the course. Training certification is valid for 3 years from the time of successful completion.

Adriatica offers CPO approved Working at Heights Refresher training to participants who have previously taken a CPO approved Working at Heights training course and have been issued proof of training card with ID number from the CPO.

You must have a CPO Working at Heights ID to register for this course.

If you have lost your CPO issued Working at Heights proof of training card or it is not legible you can get a replacement card by phoning the Ministry of Labour Health and Safety Contact Centre at 1-877-202-0008.

The course is approximately 4 hours and includes a review of the theory previously learned in a CPO approved Working at Heights training program as well as a review of any changes to O. Reg. 213/91 for construction projects that have occurred within the last three years and affect those who work at heights.

Target Audience

Workers, Supervisors, JHSC members, and Safety Representatives (Must Have Previously CPO Approved WAH Training)

LEARNING OUTCOMES

Be aware of any updates to legislation and review previous theory and practical demonstration of equipment use.
Equipment inspection, donning and adjusting a fall arrest harness to fit properly, and maintaining 100% tie-off in a safe manner when changing anchor points will be reviewed and must be successfully demonstrated by each participant. In order to be re-certified participants must be able to achieve 75% on a written test as well as demonstrate the above learning outcomes.

LEGISLATIVE REFERENCES

Occupational Health & Safety Act
Construction Regulation 213/91
Note: Training certification is valid for 3 years from the time of successful completion.

Supervisors play a key role in promoting health and safety by identifying hazards and implementing methods of control, communicating safe work plans, observing the work, and ensuring company policies and procedures are followed.

This course is designed to give participants a comprehensive understanding of the roles and responsibilities of workplace parties under the Occupational Health & Safety Act with a focus on the duties of supervisors, communication, and safe job planning.

Target Audience

Managers, Supervisors, JHSC members, and Safety Representatives

LEARNING OUTCOMES

By the end of this course participants will be able to:

  • Identify the duties and rights of workers under the Occupational Health & Safety Act
  • Identify the duties of employers and supervisors under the OHSA
  • Explain the Roles of the Joint Health & Safety Committees (JHSC)
  • Explain the role of a Worker Health and Safety Representative under OSHA
  • Explain the roles of the Ministry of Labour and Workplace Safety and Insurance Board
  • Describe the roles of other entities under OHSA Section 22.5
  • Recognize, Assess, Control and Evaluate (RACE) workplace hazards
  • Site sources for information on health and safety issues
  • Explain the hazard pathway
  • Explain the hierarchy of controls
  • Explain the key elements of a Job Safety Analysis (JSA)
  • Identify when a written JSA would be appropriate
  • Identify appropriate controls to mitigate or eliminate risk factors
LEGISLATIVE REFERENCES

Occupational Health & Safety Act

Supervisors play a key role in promoting health and safety by identifying hazards and implementing methods of control, communicating safe work plans, observing the work, and ensuring company policies and procedures are followed.

This course is designed to give participants a comprehensive understanding of the roles and responsibilities of workplace parties under the Occupational Health & Safety Act with a focus on the duties of supervisors, communication, and safe job planning.

Target Audience

Managers, Supervisors, JHSC members, and Safety Representatives

LEARNING OUTCOMES

By the end of this course participants will be able to:

  • Identify the duties and rights of workers under the Occupational Health & Safety Act
  • Identify the duties of employers and supervisors under the OHSA
  • Explain the Roles of the Joint Health & Safety Committees (JHSC)
  • Explain the role of a Worker Health and Safety Representative under OSHA
  • Explain the roles of the Ministry of Labour and Workplace Safety and Insurance Board
  • Describe the roles of other entities under OHSA Section 22.5
  • Recognize, Assess, Control and Evaluate (RACE) workplace hazards
  • Site sources for information on health and safety issues
  • Explain the hazard pathway
  • Explain the hierarchy of controls
  • Explain the key elements of a Job Safety Analysis (JSA)
  • Identify when a written JSA would be appropriate
  • Identify appropriate controls to mitigate or eliminate risk factors
LEGISLATIVE REFERENCES

Occupational Health & Safety Act

Success Stories

Since completing the course, I feel more confident and secure when working at heights. I now have the knowledge to not only protect myself but also to contribute to a safer working environment for my colleagues. This course is a must for anyone in the construction industry. Thanks to Adriatica, I’m not just doing my job; I’m doing it safer and smarter.

James P.

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Worksplace Safety, Architecture, Engineering, Construction 

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