Online Courses

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Fire Safety

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Fire Safety teaches participants the principles of fire prevention and fire safety and identifies appropriate responses in workplace situations involving fire. This course is designed for all employers and workers.

Course Objectives: Ultimately, the goal of this course is to provide basic workplace fire safety principles, recognize the importance of having a fire safety plan and evacuation procedures, know the appropriate way to respond if there is a fire in the workplace, and to show the proper way to use a fire extinguisher

Key Topics areas include: Health and safety, workplace hazards, basic workplace fire safety awareness, Fire Safety and Prevention, Fire Extinguishers, Using the Fire Extinguisher, injury prevention.

Time completion: 2 to 4 hours

Medical Terminology

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The purpose of the Medical Terminology course is to provide an introduction to the professional language used by those who are directly and indirectly involved with the art of healing. The course will also introduce those not currently involved in the health care environment to the language of medicine. In addition, the course will provide participants with the basics of human anatomy and physiology. Course is for those involved in medical billing, medical coding, medical administration, emergency responders, public safety professionals, and those who wish to gain a more thorough understanding of medical terms and/or enhance the knowledge base they already have.

Course Objectives: Upon completion of the Medical Terminology course, the participant will be able to analyze medical terms, correctly spell medical terms, pronounce medical terms and correctly read passages containing medical terms.

Key topic areas include: Introduction to Medical Terminology, Body Structures , Word Parts, Integumentary System, The Breast, Musculoskeletal System, Nervous System, The Sensory System, Cardiovascular System, Lymphatic and Immune System, Respiratory System, Digestive System, The Endocrine System, reproductive System, Urinary System

Time Completion: On average 12 to 24 hours

Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG)

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Course Purpose: Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) introduces participants to the TDG Act and regulations and explains the requirements for receiving, handling, transporting and shipping dangerous goods, as well as the appropriate response in emergency situations such as spills or accidents. TDG regulations require that, with few exceptions, all persons engaged in the handling, offering for transport or transporting of dangerous goods be trained in the aspects of handling such goods.  

Objectives:  By completing this course, participants should know how dangerous goods are classified; understand the regulations pertaining to proper documentation, safety marks, means of containment, forbidden goods, exemptions and special provisions; and know the immediate reporting and procedures to follow in the event of an emergency involving dangerous goods.

Key Topic Areas Include:  Health and safety, workplace hazards, poisons, toxic spills, blood borne pathogens, prevention of disease transmission, injury prevention, Occupational , Regulations and Training, Classification of Dangerous Goods, Safety Marks Used in Conjunction with Dangerous Goods, Means of Containment, Documentation, Forbidden Goods, Exemptions and Special Provisions, Immediate Reporting and ERAPs

Time completion: On average 5 to 9 hours

(WHMIS) Refresher

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Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) Refresher is a hazard communication system designed to ensure workers using hazardous materials, also known as controlled products, have the necessary information to safely handle, store and dispose of these materials.   This course meets the legislated worker training requirements for all federal workplaces and for provincial workplaces in all provinces and territories

Objectives: The primary objective of this course is to provide participants with the skills necessary to access and apply the information needed to protect their health and safety when working with, or in proximity to, WHMIS controlled products.  This is a short refresher for those who have take the full course.

Key Topic Areas Include:  Health and safety, workplace hazards, poisons, toxic spills, blood borne pathogens, prevention of disease transmission, injury prevention, Occupational , Regulations and Training, Safety Marks Used in Conjunction with Dangerous Goods, Means of Containment, Documentation, Exemptions and Special Provisions, Intro to WHMIS, Product Labels, Hazard Symbols, Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), Responsibilities and Roles, Exemptions and Restricted Applications

Time completion: On average 2 to 5 hours

Lockout/Tagout

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The term "lockout/tagout" refers to specific practices and procedures to safeguard workers from the unexpected energizing or start-up of machinery and equipment, or the release of hazardous energy during service or maintenance activities. Lockout/Tagout explains the importance of lockout/tagout in protecting the health and safety of workers. Employers should train ALL workers in the basic concepts of hazardous energy control, including energy isolation, locking and tagging of control devices, verifying de-energization, and clearing danger points before re-energizing equipment.

Course Objectives: Ultimately, the goal of this course is to educate participants as to what a lockout device is and when Lockout-Tagout should be used in the workplace. The course examines basic workplace safety tenets and examines the specific stages and procedures of the lockout/tagout process. This training should enable workers to identify tasks that might expose them to hazardous energy and the effective methods for its control.

Key topic areas include: Health and safety, injury prevention, equipment shutdown and isolation, the procedure of Lockout-Tagout

Time completion:  On average 1.5 to 2 hours

Concussion Education

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Sport and recreation activities are fun and healthy for children, youth, and young adults. However, if not played with respect and by the rules, sport and recreation can cause concussion. While most players should recover fully from a first concussion, those who continue to play while experiencing symptoms or who return to play too quickly following their injury, or have multiple concussions risk longer-term health problems and perhaps even permanent disability or death.

Course Objectives: Every young athlete should take this course so that they understand why players with suspected concussion must be removed from play immediately and so that they do not downplay their symptoms in order to remain in play or return to play too soon. Concussion Education teaches players to recognize concussion as a serious injury and make responsible choices to protect their long-term health.

Key topic areas:

  • Understand what happens to the brain when concussion occurs
  • Recognize the signs and symptoms of concussion
  • Identify the serious, long-term health risks associated with repeat concussion
  • Know that a player must stop playing right away if concussion is suspected
  • Explain the 6-steps of the Return to Play Protocol and know the rules that must be followed to fully recover from concussion

Course Duration: This online course is self-paced. Participants may leave the course at any time and resume where they left off. The duration will depend on the learning style, time restraints, and prior knowledge of individual participants. On average, the timeline for completion will 20-30 minutes.

WHMIS

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WHMIS is a hazard communication system designed to ensure workers using hazardous materials, also known as controlled products, have the necessary information to safely handle, store and dispose of these materials. Examples of hazardous materials can range from photocopy toner to cleaning supplies for our health equipment.

Objectives: The primary objective of this course is to provide participants with the skills necessary to access and apply the information needed to protect their health and safety when working with, or in proximity to, WHMIS controlled products.

Key Topic Areas Include:  Health and safety, workplace hazards, poisons, toxic spills, blood borne pathogens, prevention of disease transmission, injury prevention, Occupational , Regulations and Training, Safety Marks Used in Conjunction with Dangerous Goods, Means of Containment, Documentation, Exemptions and Special Provisions, Intro to WHMIS, Product Labels, Hazard Symbols, Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS), Responsibilities and Roles, Exemptions and Restricted Applications

Time completion: On average 3 to 6 hours

The following 4 courses are FREE through the Red Cross web page link.

Recommended Course: Introduction to RespectED - Click Here to take this free course. Enrolment key: free (Take approximately 30 minutes to complete).

Course Purpose: To learn how to create safe environments, free from violence and abuse

Key Topic Areas Include: Risk management; violence prevention Workplace safety; Beneficiary safety; Client safety; Organizational policies and procedures development; Safe environments; Workplace harassment/bullying; Employee training; Volunteer training; Cultural of non-violence and peace; and RespectED.

   

Pre-requisite Course: Introduction to RespectED - Click Here to take this free course. Enrolment key: free

Course Purpose: To educate adults on issues of youth relationships and the types of violence that can occur.

Key Topic Areas Include: Gender Socialization, Relationship Violence, Dating Violence, Gender Roles, Communication, Love, Intimacy, Sexual Minority, Youth, Dating Trends, Dating vs Marital Conflict, Sexuality, Sexual Assault, Physical Assault, Emotional Abuse, Cycle of Violence, Age of Consent, Male Victims, Etiology of Violence, Preconditions Alcohol/drugs and Assault, Date Rape Drugs, Peer Influence, Intervention, Responding to Disclosures, Criminal Proceedings, Legislation, Treatment, Prevention, and Intervention.

 

Pre-requisite Module: Introduction to RespectED - Click Here to take this free module. Enrolment key: free

Course Purpose: To provide information on bullying, abuse, harassment and neglect prevention for all school-based leaders.

Key Topic Areas Include: Power, Leadership, Emotional development, Child development, Bullying, Harassment,  Abuse and Neglect, Emotional Abuse, Physical Abuse, Neglect, Sexual Abuse, Hazing,  Disclosure, Intervention, Response.

 

Pre-requisite Course: Introduction to RespectED: Violence and Abuse Prevention - Click Here to take this free course. Enrolment key: free

Course Purpose: To promote safe and healthy environments for children and youth, free of bullying and harassment.

Key Topic Areas Include: Power, Violence, Misuse of Power, Peer Relationships, Bullying, Harassment, Physical Bullying, Verbal Bullying, Relational Bullying, Cyber Bullying, Aggressors, Targets/Victims, Bystanders, Cycle of Bullying, Impact,  Personal Harassment, Discrimination, Sexual Harassment, Flirting, Criminal Harassment, Abuse of Power Harassment,  Legislation, Intervention, Disclosures, Handling Complaints, Risk Management, and Safe Environments.