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ADVANCED.fst®

ADVANCED.fst is TrainCan's Canadian management level food safety program. It centres on the role of foodservice and food retail leaders in measuring risks, setting policies, and training and supervising employees.

Please note that you have one month to complete this course from when you first start (not from the date of purchase).  Your PIN and PASSWORD will expire one month after your first login.

The course fee includes the invigilated exam that you must write after completing the online preparation course.

$ 149.00


BASICS.fst® 3rd Edition

This course will help you learn important information about food safety and how to do your job better. It has been designed to meet all of the recommended requirements of the Canadian Food Retail and Foodservices Code and Regulations.

Please note that you have one month to complete this course from when you first start (not from the date of purchase).  Your PIN and PASSWORD will expire one month after your first login.

The course fee includes the invigilated exam that you must write after completing the online preparation course.

$ 65.00


Fire Safety

Fire Safety is a basic awareness program for workplace environments that includes prevention techniques as well as information on how to use a fire extinguisher.

This course is designed to give the participant, the knowledge in fire safety and prevention, fighting a fire by recognizing user and equipment limitations, the fundamentals of fires, types of fire extinguishers, and the proper handling of the fire extinguisher.

$ 20.00


The Respectful Workplace (for Ontario Workplaces)

The Respectful Workplace (for Ontario Workers) introduces the concept of a respectful workplace and describes both appropriate and inappropriate workplace attitudes and behaviours. The course explains how Ontario’s recently amended Occupational Health & Safety Act (OHSA) addresses the issue of workplace violence, identifies behaviours that meet the OHSA definitions of workplace violence and workplace harassment and describes how to respond appropriately to situations involving violence or harassment.

This course is appropriate for all workers.  Employers and managers may also want to take Developing Workplace Violence and Harassment Policies (Ontario)

$ 35.00


Accessibility Standard for Customer Service

Ontario’s Accessibility Standards for Customer Service, Ontario Regulation 429/07 aims to give people with disabilities the best possible customer service. This course explains the laws relating to providing goods and services to people with disabilities, how to communicate with people that have various disabilities, as well as how to provide good customer service to people who use assistive devices, service animals, or support persons.

$ 25.00


Developing Workplace Violence & Harassment Policies (Ontario)

Bill 168 amended the OHS Act of Ontario to address the issue of workplace violence.  This course is designed to assist employers, managers, and supervisors in complying with these amendments.  Participants learn about workplace violence and harassment, prevention and intervention strategies, and the legal requirements pertaining to the development and implementation of appropriate policies and programs.

In Ontario, the amended OHS Act requires all workers to be educated on the issue of workplace violence.  This campus also features a course titled The Respectful Workplace (for Ontario Workplaces) which is an appropriate educational tool for all workers.



 



$ 35.00


Due Diligence for Supervisors

Due Diligence for Supervisors explains the philosophy of the Internal Responsibility System (IRS), which forms the basis of all occupational health and safety legislation in Canada, and examines the measures that must be taken to ensure compliance with OHS laws. The program defines due diligence as it applies to occupational health and safety and identifies specific measures that must be put in place to meet the requirements for due diligence.

$ 35.00


Incident Investigation

Incident Investigation examines the responsibilities of employers and workers when it comes to incident reporting and investigation and explains the steps that must be followed during an incident investigation.This course is designed for workplaces that must adhere to provincial/territorial occupational health and safety (OHS) laws and regulations. Although the general OHS rights and responsibilities of employers and workers are the same in each jurisdiction, the OHS legislation of each province and territory is unique.

$ 35.00


Workplace Hazards: Identification, Assessment and Control

Workplace Hazards: Identification, Assessment and Control is designed for workplaces that must adhere to provincial/territorial occupational health and safety (OHS) laws and regulations. The course describes workplace hazards, the health and safety risks posed by those hazards, and the step-by-step process which must be followed in order to identify, assess and control hazards in the workplace.

$ 35.00


Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Awareness

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Awareness is a single-module course which explains the importance of PPE as a means of protecting workers from workplace hazards and describes specific types of PPE which may be used in the workplace.

$ 25.00


Slip, Trip and Fall Prevention for the Hospitality Industry

Slips, trips and falls can occur in any workplace. Approximately 60,000 Canadian workers are injured each year due to slip, trip and fall injuries. This course will explain the common causes for these types of injuries and what preventative measure can be taken to reduce the risk of these kinds of injuries in the hospitality workplace.

$ 20.00


WHMIS 2015

WHMIS 2015 Online is based on the current 2015 legislation and meets the legislated requirement for general WHMIS training.  Employers must also provide workplace-specific training and instruction for each of the hazardous products in the workplace.

WHMIS 2015 has come into effect with a transition period that lasts several years (full implementation by December 1, 2018). During this time, suppliers must fully comply with either WHMIS 2015 or with the “old” WHMIS (WHMIS 1988).   This means that there may be hazardous products in the workplace that use WHMIS 2015 labels, classifications and Safety Data Sheets and there may be hazardous products that use WHMIS 1988 labels, classifications and (Material) Safety Data Sheets.

$ 30.00