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This course is designed to provide comprehensive first aid training for workplace requirements. Students will learn life saving skills, adult, infant and child CPR along with Automated External Defibrillator (AED) training. This course meets the regulations of WorkSafe NB.

This is a 6 hour practice session designed to meet the WorkSafe NB requirements for those holding an existing Workplace Standard First Aid certification to have 6 hours of practice each year. The entire Workplace Standard First Aid course must be repeated every 3 years.

The General Construction program introduces participants to a wide variety of concepts, tools, and skills that are important to successfully begin a career as a Construction Craft Worker. Participants receive instruction on the work and role of a Construction Craft Worker, commonly encountered safety issues, measurement in construction, safe hand and power tool operation, and material frequently used in construction. Special emphasis is placed on following proper procedures and developing safe work habits.

The Hoisting and Rigging program is designed to education the Construction Craft Worker in the rules, processes and procedures to safely rig, signal, and hoist loads on construction projects. The program incorporates regulatory requirements as well as equipment manufacturers’ standards. Knowledge of the regulations, as well as an in-depth understanding of equipment, work procedures, techniques, and safety considerations is essential for Construction Craft Worker to function in a zero-accident environment. The program combines classroom instruction with hands-on exercises to ensure competency.

The Mason Tending program provides instruction on the mason tender’s duties, proper job task performance, and details health and safety issues associated with mason tending. Participants use mathematical and scientific concepts to achieve an understanding of working with masonry units, mortars, and admixtures. In addition, the fundamentals of cutting and cleaning masonry, tending plasterers, and operating a rough terrain forklift are also covered. The program emphasizes the need for executing each job task safely and correctly. Knowledge of basic construction math is required for participants in this program.

The Scaffold program is designed to address the needs of Construction Craft Workers that are responsible for building scaffold on the job site or are required to perform job tasks while using scaffolding. The program also includes participant discussion, interactive exercises, and extensive hands-on training. Topics such as building Frame Scaffold, Tubes and Clamps Scaffold and Systems Scaffold will be covered.

The Asbestos Abatement Worker program prepares the Construction Craft Worker to work safely and productively on asbestos abatement projects. The program will cover regulation requirements. Participants receive extensive instruction and hands-on training on work area preparation, decontamination facility construction and use, abatement techniques, and cleanup procedures. Special emphasis is placed on following proper procedures and developing safe work habits.

The NBCSA Confined Space Awareness program provides Construction Craft Worker with an understanding of the hazards related to working in a confined space environment.

The program looks at the proper safe work practice and procedures for confined spaces as well as rescue considerations. The course meets the minimum requirements for workers and supervisors who enter into confined space areas. Federal and provincial regulations are examined.

The program is designed to instruct workers in the basics of fall protection, including how to do proper hazard assessment and the basics of personal fall arrest systems.

The focus of this program is on regulation awareness and compliance.

Using the NBCSA class study workbook, participants learn the “nuts and bolts” of the WHMIS program.

Instruction on labels, Material Safety Data Sheets and worker education will alert workers to the potential hazards of controlled products.

Traditional classroom study introduces workers on their rights and responsibilities according to the guidelines of the New Brunswick Occupational Health & Safety Act.

Instruction concentrates on topics including joint occupational health and safety committees, personal protective equipment, accident reporting, awareness, electrical hazards, and safety rules and regulations.

This program is a general awareness of Lockout Regulations as per the New Brunswick Occupational Health & Safety Act and Regulations.

The NBCSA Trenching Awareness course will give workers who work on trenching projects or must enter trenches in the course of other work an introduction to Trenching Hazards. This information will help these workers identify trenching hazards and recognize the protection required.

This course is designed to offer the participants the proper manner in which to become a highway signaler in the Province of New Brunswick. It has been accepted by the DOT and WHSCC as meeting their requirements.

This course is designed to offer the students a general understanding of working with scissor lifts and boom lifts. They will still be required to have hands on training for the equipment that they are going to be working with, but they will have the theory training required for the operation of this ever growing piece of equipment.

This course is designed for experienced forklift operators. It will review the safety regulation and safe work practices. The course combines classroom instruction with hands-on exercises to ensure competency.