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Seminar Programs

Both public and customized in-house training courses provided in modular format from over 100 related subjects to control risks. All S.P.I. training use quality visual aides, syndicate discussions and other participative methods of learning.

Please contact us for customized course content.

Occupational Health and Safety Management System Auditing

Strategic Thinking & Effective Planning

Summer Safety Covering Some of the Hazards of the Summer Months

Swine Flu H1N1Emergency Preparedness

Transportation of Dangerous Goods

Special Industries – Telecommunications

Top Six Reasons why Chemical Inventory Processes Fail

Toxic Talks

Train the Trainer

Safe Walking-Working Surfaces

WORK PERMIT Systems

Preventing and Defusing Violence

WORKPLACE HAZARD MANAGEMENT

WORKPLACE DESIGN GOING BEYOND COMPUTERS

Safety, Health & Environment Orientation For Construction Volunteers

How to Wash Your Hands

Water Disaster

ABRASIVE WHEELSAFETY MACHINERY

Welding, Cutting and Brazing

Work Environment, Measuring and Monitoring

Falls from Height SUSPENSION TRAUMA

Emergency Response and Two-Way Radio Etiquette

Food Delivery and Storage

Telling the Safety Performance Story: Using a Needs-Results Hierarchy for Planning and Measuring Progress in System Safety

Security Risk Management

Amendments to the Criminal Code C45

ALLERGENS An Introduction

Executive Briefing

COACH: CONSTRUCTIVE OBSERVATION • AND • COACHING • HABITS

OFFICE OF THE WORKER ADVISER

Blood borne Pathogens

Automated External Defibrillators

Behaviour Based Safety an Introduction

CHEMICAL CARCINOGENS

Air Contaminants

The Cause, Effect and Control of Accidental Loss (CECAL) Luck or Control

DR Resiliency Planning for Information Lifecycle Management

Safe Handling & Use of Benzene

Supervisory Control of Absenteeism

SAFETY THE CONTROL OF ACCIDENTAL LOSS

Challenges To Improving OH&S in Canada.

Chemical Protection

BUSINESS CONTINUITY PLANNING

Risk Communication

Electrical Safety in Construction

DESIGNING & IMPLEMENTING EFFECTIVE MANAGEMENT SYSTEMS TO MITIGATE RISKS

Principles of Adult learning

STRESS MANAGEMENT

Ergonomics for Dentists

Overhead Crane Safety in Construction

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