Safety Training & Courses

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Safety Management Supervisor Training – May 9th and 10th, 2013

Fall Protection Training Registration – TBA

St. Johns Standard First Aid Training -TBA


At Safety Ahead we consider that safety is a “state of mind”, an emotion, or an attitude where workers that “think safe” are safe.  We also believe that safety is an instinctual behaviour and the old practice of providing workers with “rules and tools” is not enough. Workers must also “think safety” for any safety training to be effective. As a result we have developed our courses to achieve maximum results.

“Creating practical safety sense accessible to all workers.”

Our training programs are constructed in convenient modules to minimize business disruptions and to gain maximum participant involvement. Our health and safety specialists make the issues of health and safety in the workplace relevant to your operation.

Some of the programs we are currently running are:

  • Pre-Qualification Certificate Program
  • Safety Management Supervisor Training Program
  • First Aid Training
  • Arial Lift from TouchBack Safety
  • WHMIS Training
” I took the two day Safety Ahead Ltd. course in Edmonton. I was asked to take the course because as the manager of Ochiese Construction Division, I would have numerous dealings with oil companies in pursuit of construction opportunities in the oil patch. I entered the course with some reluctance but the presentation by Allan Head peaked my interest in safety issues. Although crammed into only two days, the course material was well laid out and Mr. Head answered all questions that were presented to him during classes. The program opened my eyes to the perils that workers face daily in all aspects of the construction industry. This course contains a wealth of useful and necessary information for construction superintendents and foremen and I strongly believe that  managers can also benefit from it as I have. The only problem I found with the course is the amount of information that should be absorbed over two days. The course should  be lengthened to three or four days. Four days is a very small investment when dealing with the safety and perhaps the lives of employees as we all know that employees are a companies greatest asset. “



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