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New Training for Resolute Contractors

Resolute Forest Products
Contractor Orientation and Training Course Agenda

October 16 & 30
Nov 6 and 20
Dec 4 & 11

Resolute EMS Orientation
8am - 12pm
Health & Safety Awareness 4/5 steps
1pm - 2pm
WHMIS 2015
2pm - 4pm
8am – 4pm
Standard First Aid
8am – 4pm
Fire Centre
Standard First Aid
8am – 4pm
Fire Centre
Guided Field Tour (optional)
8am – 4pm
Field Operation
Please note the following:
 See the following pages for individual course details
 Breaks will be provided
 Agenda is subject to change pending the availability of public First Aid Courses
 Please contact SafetyFirst for information on sending other employees to all or part of the training listed here
Training Locations:
Safetyfirst – 227 Hwy 527 – first driveway on the left (LTL Yard) when heading north on Hwy 527 from Hwy 11/17. Stay left after second gate and training centre is in first white trailer.
Thunder Bay Fire Centre – 750 Hammond Ave – Take the first left over the Main St. bridge, and turn left into the parking lot just past Dutchak
Course Learning Outcomes
Resolute Orientation
 EMS Awareness
 Sustainable Forest Management Certification Commitments
 Best Management Practices
 Species at Risk
Worker / Supervisor Health and Safety Awareness in 4 / 5 steps
 Duties and rights of workers, supervisors and employers under OHSA
 Common workplace hazards and occupational illnesses
 Role of joint health and safety committees (JHSCs) and of health and safety representatives under OHSA
 Roles of the ministry, Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB), and Health and Safety Associations
 Information and instruction requirements set out in the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) Regulation
 How to identify, assess and manage workplace hazards, the role of JHSCs, and of health and safety representatives under OHSA
 Sources of information on occupational health and safety
Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System 2015 (WHMIS)
 Describe the purpose and intent of WHMIS
 Describe WHMIS hazard classes and symbols
 Describe supplier and workplace labels
 Describe the purpose, content and function of SDSs
 Key elements of WHMIS training and chemical safety
 Potential effects of exposure to hazardous materials and modes of Entry
 Examples of hazard controls
 Emergency procedure
MHEO / FPRCEO Common Core
 Recognize, assess and control hazards
 Understand the physical and mental requirements of the work
 Understand the work environment
 Personal Protective Equipment
 Pre-start checks
 Danger zones
 Work planning
 Basic safe work practices
Standard First Aid
 SFA Certificate
 Level C CPR
Participants will be placed in a public course closest to the date of the orientation training or in a private course if 8 or more participants.
Guided Field Trip
 Working environment
 Active worksite dynamics
 Introduction to standard equipment
The guided field trip provides attendees the opportunity to visit an active worksite and gain an understanding of the dynamics of an active logging operation. Participants shall have the opportunity to view the equipment and speak with operators

Hospitality and Tourism Skills Training

There are no scheduled sessions. Please check back again.

This Employment Ontario Service is funded by the Ontario Government.

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