When do cpr certifications expire

when do cpr certifications expire

Hydrogen Sulphide Training

The Ticket - Call Valhalla Safety at 1-877-220-4073 for complete information. Valid for 3 years. Industry-recognised. Upon successful completion of course, a person receives a temporary ticket (valid for 90 days); the permanent one is mailed within that time.

The Course - No previous experience or training in the Petroleum Industry necessary. The course is designed to help workers become familiar with H2S/sour gas. Course length is 8 hours.

Description - While H2S is produced by other industries (Pulp & Paper, Agriculture) and in nature, the Oil and Gas Industry is the largest producer of H2S/sour gas. Oilfield companies require job applicants to have H2S training even before applying. The course covers:

An Interactive Computer-based Training Program

  1. Regulations
  2. Personal Protective Equipment
  3. Hazard Recognition and Control
  4. Common Workplace Hazards and Control
  5. Oil and Gas Industry Hazards and Control
  6. Gas Hazards and Control Measures
  7. Work Procedures
  8. Communications

Four Industry Specific Optional Lessons

  1. Exploration Hazards and Control
  2. Rig Hazards and Control
  3. Oilfield Trucking Hazards and Control
  4. Production and Plant Hazards and Control

Interactive Training

This Online training program is interactive and enables users to work at their own pace. It takes about 4 hours to complete. This program has been designed so students do not need significant computer skills. After completing each individual lesson, students are challenged with a short competency test.

Upon completion, students receive a ticket which reads: PST 2.0. As of July 2009, these tickets never expire.

- $150.00 plus GST -

Industrial/Commercial End-User Fall Protection Program

OSSA Approved/ACSA Course #6116

The program was developed in accordance

with the Alberta Construction Safety Association (ACSA) requirements and Oil Sands Safety Association (OSSA) guidelines. This Fall Protection Group Inc. program is recognized by the ACSA and is fully accredited by OSSA. And is valid in BC as well. 8 Hours.

During this workshop you will learn the basics of fall protection systems.

Topics include:

  • Fall Protection Basics: Fall accident statistics, Dynamics of falling,
Governing bodies and regulations
  • Fall Protection Systems: Guardrails, Travel restraint system,

    Personal fall arrest system, Safety nets, Control zones,

    Procedure based fall protection systems,

    System selection, Fall protection plan
  • Travel Restraint and Fall Arrest: System components & Terminology
  • Anchor Points: Strength requirements, Permanent anchor points,

    Temporary anchor points, Anchorage connectors
  • Connectors Part I: Snap hooks and carabiners, Lanyards, Energy absorbers,

    Self-retracting lanyards (SRLs)
  • Connectors Part II: Vertical lifelines (VLLs) and fall arresters, Free fall distance,

    Clearance requirements, Calculating FFD TFD CR, Horizontal lifelines (HLLs)
  • Body Holding Devices: Safety belts vs. full body harnesses,

    Harness types, Harness fitting / Partner check
  • Specialty Solutions/Situations: Work positioning, Descent control devices, Aerial lifts, Ladders, Scaffolds
  • Equipment Care: Inspection, Maintenance, Storage
  • Rescue: Rescue concepts, principles and planning, Suspension trauma, Working alone
  • Fall Arrest System Workshop: Harness donning and partner check, Harness suspension, Fall arrest system selection & set-up / video analysis
  • Question & answer period, Theory test, Wrap-up
  • Class maximum is 16 students.

    - $200.00 plus GST -

    Emergency First Aid & CPR Course

    Includes the latest First Aid and CPR Guidelines. Meets OHS regulations for Basic First Aid. Exceeds competitors' standards by including injury prevention content, CPR and AED.

    Source: www.valhallasafety.com

    Category: Forex

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