Safety Ahead promotes safety through program development and education. The objective of our Health and Safety program is to build practical, productive, and purposeful strategies.
phone: (780) 473-4772
fax: (780) 473-4717
8327 Roper Road NW
We moved November 23, 2018! Please update our address for your records.
Safety Ahead helps clients create training, retraining, and easy-to-follow processes that make your Safety Plan powerful, practicable and available for any size project. Whether your current plan needs to be updated or you require a custom designed safety plan, we’ll help you every step of the way!
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Event date: 3/7/2019 - 3/8/2019 Export event
2 DAY TRAINING COURSE – NEXT TRAINING DATES:
March 7-8, 2019
In today’s demanding construction labour market, a well-run, efficient, safe worksite is critical to ensuring projects are completed on time and on budget.
You know that better supervisors produce better results, so giving your supervisors the tools to effectively manage site operations is key to your business and your clients’ satisfaction.
Recently this course has been awarded 1.0 Maintenance Points towards the Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals Certification.
The Site Supervisor/ Representative Safety Management Program is a two day training program covering all aspects of construction safety through two concentrated days. This program gives supervisors the systems-based foundation, leadership, confidence and skills required to effectively manage their sites. Lunch will be provided on both days to all participants.
Health and Safety Manual
Safety Management Program
Demonstrating Safety Leadership
Module 1: Legislation
Module 2: Health and Safety Manual
The Health and Safety Manual
Company Image – Policies Corporate Structure and Responsibilities
Module 3: Safety Management System
Site Supervisor – Job Description, Leadership Skills
Managing Safety at a Work Site
Identify the Danger – Hazard Assessment
P.P.E. – Personal Protective Equipment
Safe Work Practices and Procedures
The Importance of Site Inspections and Safety Meetings
Effective Emergency Preparedness
Reporting an Incident – Best Practices
Resources – COR and SECOR
Selecting a Trade Partner
SMS Training, Safety, course, Supervisor Training, Leadership Training,
Safety Ahead Ltd.
8327 Roper Road NW Edmonton, Alberta
Canada T6E 6S4