2 Day Training Course
The Site Supervisor/ Representative Safety Training Program is a two day training program covering all aspects of construction safety through 2 concentrated days.
This program gives Supervisors/ Representatives the systems-based foundation, leadership, confidence and skills required to effectively manage their sites.
COR Audit Changes 2019
The Alberta Construction Safety Association has issued out the 2019 Audit Tool.
Visit our new location in December 2018!
Safety Ahead Ltd. is moving to a new location! But fear not, we are still in Edmonton.
Before you know it, winter will be here in full force in Alberta. The time has come to get ready for winter and ensure we are ready for the seasons to change. Here are a few things to work on before the snow hits to ensure your vehicle and your worksite will be ready.
A leading provider of positive, practical safety solutions!
Safety Ahead offers a wide variety of services designed to assist companies with developing and maintaining an effective health and safety management system.
A user-friendly, versatile way to manage your safety program with ease!
Safety Ahead has recently become the only Alberta distributor for Safety Admin! Safety Admin is a web based health and safety program used to streamline company safety documentation and processes.
British Columbia has declared a state of emergency due to the almost 600 wildfires that are plaguing the province. Hot, dry weather conditions have made the situation worse, along with lightning strikes causing even more fires to add to the problem.
The smoke from the BC fires has been pushing it's way into Alberta and is creating very poor air quality and air advisory warnings from Environment Canada to be issued. The Air Quality Health Index (AQHI) indicates that air quality is forecast as a 10 (High Risk) for Friday August 17, and 9 overnight and into Saturday. Moving into the weekend it should drop to a moderate risk of 5.
Proposed By-Laws to Public Smoking In Alberta
The City of Edmonton has until October 17, 2018 to finalize the smoking in public By-Law regarding changes to smoking in public places
The new by-law is currently under review by city councilors, as there are many factors that must be considered prior to the passing the by-law.
Alarming research behind 30km/hour speed limit postings
Recreational Marijuana Use to be legal on October 17, 2018.
On Tuesday June 19, 2018, Bill C-45 for cannabis legalization was passed in less than 4 hours with a final vote of 52 to 29. The Bill still requires Royal Assent, which is scheduled for July 21. The new legislation will allow adults in Canada to legally possess and use small amounts of recreational marijuana within the legislative guidelines. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau made the announcement on Wednesday that recreational marijuana will be legal across Canada on October 17, 2018.