All fees are in Canadian currency and are exclusive of GST (Goods and Services Tax). Admission fees do not include accommodation, transportation.

Disclaimer: DL Safety Consulting reserves the right to cancel/reschedule courses or other offerings without notice, and to establish special regulations for admission to programs or courses.

If a course or offering is canceled/rescheduled, the liability of the DL SAFETY CONSULTING is limited to a refund of the course fee, or, if desired, transfer to another offering. All courses are non-refundable and non-transferable, no exceptions.-No shows or withdrawals forfeits registration, no exceptions.

The relevant law for all matters concerning this program shall be the law of the Province of British Columbia, Canada. The information you provide is used for the purposes of admission, registration, and other decisions relating to your program.

Safety Classroom Courses

OCCUPATIONAL SAFETY - MONTHLY COURSES

 
Fall Protection $70
Safety Personal $300
Electrical Safety $70
Confined Space $60
W.H.M.I.S. $40
Transportation of Dangerous Goods $70
Fork Lift Truck $200
The Heavy Equipment Operation $1600
Aerial Lifts Course (Boom and Scissor) $200
(All prices are in Canadian funds)  

Now also offering Instructor Courses

Fall Protection $70

(All prices are in Canadian funds)

Monday evening 4:00 - 4 hour

Group rates available at your Facility.
Contact us to arrange all your Safety Training for your organization.
The Fall Protection Basics course provides the student with a overview of WorkSafeBC Regulations, fall protection systems and industry standards. Ideal for person who are going to be using fall protection systems and for safety managers to gain a general understanding. Using multimedia presentations and fall protection equipment such as full body hardness, lanyards, self retracting lifelines, carabineers, anchors, horizontal lifelines. DL Safety consulting protection certificate award for all attendees. For a detailed agenda for each course call DL Safety Consulting 604 569-2005

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Safety Personal / 3 Day Course $300

(All prices are in Canadian funds)

Course Outline

Safety and Health Policy Statement
Safety Education and Training Program
Safety and Health Communication
Hazard Identification and Communication
MSDS Responsibilities
Safety Inspection Checklist
Employee Safety Handbook
Accident and Incident Reporting
First Aid and Medical Treatment
Personal Protective Equipment
Machinery Tag Out Program
Hazard Prevention and Control
Property Maintenance
Liability and Due Diligence
Emergency Action Plan
Inspection
Record Keeping and Posting Requirements
Municipal Bylaws
Common Bylaw Violations
Hazardous Material Spill Response

The Safety and Health Program will assist management and non-supervisory employees in controlling hazards and risks which will minimize employee and customer injuries, damage to customer’s property and damage or destruction of Company Property. . All employees will follow this program. This program is designed to encourage all Employees to promote the safety of their fellow employees and customers. To accomplish our safety and health goals, all members of management are responsible and accountable For implementing this policy, and to insure it is followed. . Company is sincerely interested in our employee’s safety. The policy of Company is to provide safe equipment, adequate tools and training, and the Necessary protective equipment. It is the employee’s responsibility to follow the rules of safety as established for their protection and the protection of others, and to use the Protective devices, which Company provides.

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Fork Lift Training $200

(All prices are in Canadian funds)

Offered for Groups

Lift truck training / forklift operator evaluation driver review will involve the following: All drivers completing the "driver evaluation" must have successfully completed "concepts of safe & efficient driving" training. Each driver of an industrial lift truck will be tested in the safe and efficient use of your equipment. Whenever possible, this will be done during production. This will allow for an evaluation under the the conditions drivers will be required to operate their industrial lift truck/reach truck. Upon successful completion of the driver operator training program, participants will be "Certified" as Industrial Lift Truck Drivers.

Tow Motor Content:
Each lift truck driver completes a Pre-shift inspection.
Observed Picking Up A Load
Forks at correct height
Smooth stopping
Forks level before entering
Load is centered
Load is stable for lifting and transporting
Load all way to heel of forks
Proper tilt for type of load
Looks before backing up
Stops at all blind corners
Proceeds with load at safe height
Proceeds at safe speed
How to deal with obstructed view
Observed Stacking A Load
Approach with load down
Looks behind before backing out
Raising load
Smooth operation
Levels load before putting in place
Gently places
Insures all people are at a safe distance
Aware of rear end swing
Propane Handling Observation if applicable:
Review physical characteristics of an on site propane tank.
Complete overview of tank condition ( O-ring, collar, dating, soap solution check, etc.)
Lift Truck Training will require all participants to change a propane tank on an Industrial Lift Truck, or propane heater (site specific) in a competent manner.
Review evaluation form with participant.
Parking
Forks flat
Tilt forward
Parking brake on

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The Heavy Equipment Operation (Hydraulic Excavators) $1600.00

(All prices are in Canadian funds)

Level one training by introducing additional equipment and training thereby allowing the student more employment opportunities. Equipment types used in Level one will learn heavy equipment rigging, grade reading, laser levels, safety procedures, and heavy equipment 14 Hours

The Heavy Equipment Operation Level Two is designed to build upon Level One training by introducing additional equipment and training thereby allowing the student more employment opportunities. Equipment used in Level II a hydraulic excavator, and advanced instruction in real world project planning and project completion. Graduates of these programs will receive a Certification from the DL Safety Consulting.

Following are course modules for each level. The Heavy Equipment Level Two program is designed for students who have completed Level One. 25 Hours

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Confined Space $60

(All prices are in Canadian funds)

Friday evenings 6:30 PM -

Group rates available at your Facility.
Contact us to arrange all your Safety Training for your organization.
What is a Confined Space Hazard Assessment and Control Program? To manage the risks associated with working in confined spaces, a Confined Space Hazard Assessment and Control Program should be developed and implemented. A Confined Space Hazard Assessment and Control Program, specific for the work being conducted, should be written for work in each and every confined space. A Confined Space Hazard Assessment and Control Program should include the following:
Advice on how to identify confined spaces.
The identification and assessment of all potential hazards that may exist at the beginning of the work as well as those that may develop because of the work activities.
A plan to eliminate or control all identified hazards.
Training program for all the workers that will enter into the confined spaces.
The establishment of an entry permit system for each entry into a confined space.
Development of an emergency plan complete with training and equipment in case an unforeseen situation occurs.
An emergency response system.
Program review whenever there is a change in circumstances or at least annually, to identify program weaknesses and make any necessary changes to the program.

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Electrical Safety $70

(All prices are in Canadian funds)

Tuesday evenings 6:00 Pm

Group rates available for at your Facility.
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Electricity kills and injures people. Around 1000 electrical accidents at work are reported. Each year and about 25 people die of their injuries.
Many deaths and injuries arise from:
Use of poorly maintained electrical equipment;
work near overhead power lines;
Contact with underground power cables during excavation work;
Mains electricity supplies
Use of unsuitable electrical equipment in explosive areas such as car paint spraying booths;
Fires started by poor electrical installations and faulty electrical appliances cause many additional deaths and injuries

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W.H.M.I.S Training $40

(All prices are in Canadian funds)

Thursday evening 6:00 pm or Self Paced On-Line at our Location ( Call to setup appointment

Group rates available at your Facility.
Contact us to arrange all your Safety Training for your organization..
W.H.M.I.S. training can reduce accidents at work sites where controlled product or hazardous materials are used. W.H.M.I.S. stands for:
Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System.

Learn the three main part of W.H.M.I.S. and how they contribute to supporting a safe workplace. Our course is taught in an easy to understand format.

W.H.M.I.S. is often presented as a short course with boring content needed before going to work. We change this by showing how valuable the system is. we provide examples and explanations to encourage the continual use of W.H.M.I.S. to protect yourself, employees and co-workers.

Knowing W.H.M.I.S. will make you a valuable employee, safe at work.

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Aerial Lifts Course (Boom and Scissor) $200

(All prices are in Canadian funds)

1 Day Course

Aerial Lifts Certification Program trainees receive in-depth instruction on the aerial equipment. WorkSafeBC Regulations requires operators to be trained in the operation of Self Elevating Work. Equipment: Aerial Boom lift and Scissor Lift.

The following topics are covered:
* Equipment pre-use inspection (hands-on)
* Inspection of Work Location
* Safe Operation
* Fall Protection, Precautions
* Hazards, Rescue Plan
* Practical training skills
* Driving course set-up
* Practical training exercises (hands-on)

**Upon successful completion candidates will receive an Aerial and Scissor certificate that is valid for 2 years.

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Transportation of Dangerous Goods Clear Language $70

(All prices are in Canadian funds)

3 Year Certificate

Group sessions or Self Paced On-Line at our Location ( Call to setup appointment)

Many products pose some danger while being transported, but dangerous goods are generally products that are inherently dangerous whether or not they are in transport. Special precautions are called for to ensure their safe transportation.
The regulations require that, with few exceptions, every person engaged in the handling, offering for transport or transporting of dangerous goods be trained in the aspects of these activities that are applicable to their assigned duties.

* Classification and Identification
* Packaging
* Documentation
* Safety Marks, Labels and Placards
* Loading
* Reporting, Spills and Accidental Release
* Special Cases, Exemptions
* Understanding Schedules and Appendices

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NOW OFFERING INSTRUCTOR COURSES

We place a great deal of importance on practical hands-on training. Our system provides the opportunity for trainers to practice, develop and demonstrate techniques and concepts learned in the classroom. DL training programs provide hands-on experience and evaluation on topics such as overall knowledge of equipment theory and instructional techniques, classroom and field communication skills, ability to effectively train and evaluate operator trainees, capability to consistently exhibit professional behaviour and the desirable traits of an effective trainer.

WHMIS Instructor Training Course - $600

Fall Protection Instructor Training - $1000

Confined Space Instructor Training - $600

Forklift Instructor Training - $600

(All prices are in Canadian funds)


WHMIS Instructor Training: $600

(All prices are in Canadian funds)

This comprehensive course covers important information following the "Federal Hazardous Products Act" for the training of personnel who manufacture, work with or are 'in proximity to' Controlled Products in the workplace. The Whmis Instructor Course comes with a Training Manual complete with an Instructor Exam and WHMIS Employee Handbook. Upon successful completion of the Instructor exam, a WHMIS Instructor Certificate will be issued. All training materials reflect the current Federal and Provincial legislative compliance requirements.

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Fall Protection Instructor Training: $1000

(All prices are in Canadian funds)

The Fall Protection Instructor Training program allows you to train your workers on fall protection requirements and the various systems designed to protect them on the job. This program facilitates fall protection training. It provides participants with an in-depth understanding and hands-on training in general fall protection principles as they relate safety standards in BC and the critical components of safe and effective fall protection systems. Upon completing the program, participants who meet requirements will be certified in one of the most recognized courses of its kind in the province. DL Safety will provide the instructor course materials and curriculum for each Fall Protection Instructor Training session.

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Confined Space Instructor Training: $600

(All prices are in Canadian funds)

In this course instructors gain the knowledge and skills to necessary to instruct a confined space entry class within your organization. The course will cover advanced confined space issues, teaching, resources and instructional methodology

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Fork Lift Instructor Training: $600

(All prices are in Canadian funds)

DL Safety Fork Lift Instructor Training will provide the instructor with the three most important aspects of equipment operation that they must convey to operators - WHAT, WHY and HOW it must be done. At DL Safety we delve deeply into the theory and workings of each piece of equipment and teach trainers the instructional techniques involved to best communicate these concepts in a classroom and/or field environment.

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