Course Description

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OSSA Elevated Work Platform (Honeywell)

COURSE OBJECTIVES
On completion of this elevated work platform course you will know:
Legislation and Standards Relating to Elevated Work Platforms
Employer and Employee responsibilities
Elevated Work Platform StatisticsDetails

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ACTI Elevated Work Platform

Virtual Reality Simulation and Competency Assessments. (VRC Calgary)

This training course is 8 hrs. and is an end user course complying with CSA standards. The course consists of 4hrs of classroom instruction and 4 hrs of training in our simulators. During this course we will use a JLG  450 AJDetails

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Fall Protection

(energy safety canada)

COURSE OBJECTIVES

On completion of this course you will know:
The Legislative Regulations pertaining to working from heights
How to define Employer and Employee responsibilities
How to differentiate between the types of Fall ProtectionDetails

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OSSA Confined Space Entry & Monitor (Honeywell & Astec )

COURSE OBJECTIVES

On completion of this course you will know:
Basic knowledge and proficiency in the identification and classification of confined spaces and in theDetails

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ACTI Confined Space

VR practical coming soon! (VRC Calgary)

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ACTI Wildlife Awarness Level 2

(Practical components with inert spray and virtual reality simulation. )

This training session is 4 hrs of instructor lead material on wildlife in Alberta and British Columbia. The purpose of this training session is to present industry training requirements to minimize the interaction with wildlife and to ensure correct utilization, safe and efficient operation of animal deterrent Caspian sprays and other nuisance animal deterrents in order to reduce incidents in the field with wildlife.

Successful completion of this training material should ensure that participants have sufficient knowledge of the different animals they may encounter and to safely operate a deterrent Spray (bear spray) and meet the employers obligation as per Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) concerning hazards we may encounter on work sites both remote and local.  This course meets the requirements of OH&S with regards to the identification and control of hazards on various worksites in Canada.

OSSA Fire watch (Honeywell)

FIRE WATCH COURSE OBJECTIVES
On completion of this course you will know:
Classification of Fires
Rescue and Escape PlanningDetails

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ACTI Fire Extinguisher.

(Practical components are completed with virtual reality simulations developed by VRC Calgary. )

This simulator has multiple scenes for different themes, such as industrial fires and  residential fires. With in each simulator you are asked to pick a fire from 3 different types in industrial or residentialDetails

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H2S Alive

H2S Alive is a one day workshop for anyone who works in an environment that H2S may be present.

H2S Alive certification training follows the Energy Safety Canada standards and will be given by a certified H2S Alive instructor. You will be issued an H2S AliveDetails

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ACTI Telescopic Forklift

The Alberta Construction Training Institute’s Telescopic ForkLift course is 6 to 8 hours and involves instruction-led information, utilizing various methods of delivery, including, but not limited to, group discussions, individual exercises, interactive lectures, videos, slides, utilizing props (models), case studies, brainstorming, discussion groups, and workshopsDetails

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ACTI Sit Down Fork Lift

This course is 6 to 8 hrs in length and The purpose of this training session is to present industry training requirements to ensure correct utilization, safe and efficient operation of Forklift in order to reduce incidents in the field. After successful completion of this training material should ensure that participants have sufficient knowledge to safely operate a Forklift and meet Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) requirements and CSA standards regarding Forklift operations. This training will be broken up into the following learning objectives:

INTRODUCTION

Types of Forklifts, Standards and Inspections

ANATOMY AND COMPONENTS

Interior, Operator’s Manual, Capacity, Labels, Cab Floor, Seat, Belt, Controls, Brakes, Exterior, Chassis, Frame, ROPS/FOPS, Tires, Lights, Mast, Forks, Attachments, Counterweight, Engine Check, Liquid Propane, Gas, Diesel and Batteries

STABILITY

Center of Gravity, Stability Pyramid/ Stability Triangle, Dynamic Conditions and Attachments

SAFE OPERATIONS

Know Your Forklift, Training, Operator’s Manual, Forklift Handling, Steering, Seatbelts, Safe Driving, Load Handling, Use the Right Forklift, Cargo Type, Fuel Type, Free Lift, Transporting Personnel, Work Platforms, Know Your Worksite, Pedestrians, Surroundings, Ramps, Trailers, Parking, Attended Parking, and Unattended Parking

COMMON HAZARDS

  1. Critical Lifts
  2. Struck by a Forklift, Accident Profile #1
  3. Hit by Falling Load, Accident Profile #2
  4. Tip Over, Accident Profile #3
  5. Elevating Personnel, Accident Profile #4
  6. Run Off Dock, Accident Profile #5
  7. Maintenance Related, Accident Profile #6
  8. Distractions
  9. Fatigue
  10. Weather: Heat and Cold
  11. Emotions/Physical Health

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First Aid

Standard First Aid is the most commonly required training course in the workplace and is 16 Hrs in length. In addition to CPRDetails

Defensive Driving

Defensive Driving M-DDC is a one day interactive course geared towards employers who require their people to operate Company vehicles or to the general public who are unsure about the rules of the road and would like to improve their defensive driving skills or need to reduce their driving demeritsDetails

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Ground Disturbance 201 (Astec)

This course is designed for planners, managers, supervisors and employees who are or will be required to develop, plan and implement any kind of ground disturbance. Topics presented will include: identifying and defining ground disturbanceDetails

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IRATA Rope Access

TISI Canada is a exclusive training provider with ACTI and we are proud to offer the IRATA Industrial Rope Access Training in Edmonton at TISI Canada Facilities. Please see attached outline of the program. We have all levels of training and can provide you or your contractors with the necessary level 3 personnel for each project to proceed as per the IRATA standard. Our Calendar will be up and running in the next few days. Training will be 2 times per month, so hurry to book in. There are medical forms and liability forms to be signed off Details

 

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ACTI Mini Backhoe and Excavator

The Alberta Construction Training Institute’s (ACTI) course is 6-8 Hr depending on experience. Compact or Mini Excavators are tracked or wheeled vehicles that are mostly used for digging and lifting but can also be used with a wide variety of attachments. They normally come with an independent swing boom and a backfill blade. Operators must develop a good understandingDetails

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Safe Trenching and Excavating Awareness

This course is 6 to 8 hours and is to ensure the participant understands the OH&S requirements and CSA standards required for safe excavation and trenching. The participant will know what a safe excavation looks like and the safe work practices required to safely work in excavations or trenches.

Below are the objectives of the course.

  • Excavation laws, regulations, standards
  • Soil classification
  • Soil testing
  • Competent person responsibilities
  • Hazards associated with trenches
  • Protective systems

This course will have a practical component through virtual reality simulation and will be incorporated in the near future. Coming soon!

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ACTI Overhead Crane.

Virtual Reality Simulation Training and Competency Assessment.

The Alberta Construction Training Institute’s (ACTI) Overhead Crane training is 8 hours in duration and is designed for hoist operators. The training material is designed to give operators the necessary knowledge of equipment, safety principles, and operation, along with an understanding of relevant standards
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ACTI Critical Lift Training.

 Virtual Reality Simulation (VRC Calgary)

This course is 8hr with 4 hours of classroom instruction on critical lift procedures and management of the critical lift.  Practical’sDetails

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ACTI Hydraulic Torque Simulation.

(VRC Calgary)

This is a 4 hr course with 2 hrs of hydraulic torque simulation in Virtual Reality. You will be instructed how to use the machine to torque up 2 – 6″ 150lb raised face flanges in a exchanger structure simulation.  There is a vertical flange and a horizontal flange to simulate the real life experiences, trades personnel Details

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ACTI Construction Heaters

The Construction Heaters and Propane Cylinders At Construction Site is a 4 hour course with a classroom and practical portion to the training.  This training course has been created to instruct you on how to safely operate propane construction heaters and ensure the proper use and storage of propane cylinders and tanks at the construction site. After completing this course you will have an understanding of the following:

  •  What you need to know about propane including characteristics, safety, first aid and fire prevention;
  •  What you need to know about the types of construction heaters you will be using;
  • What you need to know about how propane cylinders and tanks systems are used and stored at the construction site
  • What you need to know about how construction heaters are installed and how to safely operate them.

Learning Objectives Lesson 1

After completing this lesson, you will have an understanding of the following:

  • What you need to know about propane;
  • What you need to know about propane safety, first aid, fire prevention and ignition control; and
  • The types of construction heaters you will be working with.

Learning Objectives Lesson 2

After completing this lesson, you will have an understanding of the following:

  • The types of containers used for propane;
  • The primary components of propane cylinders you must be aware of;
  • What to look for when receiving propane cylinders at the construction site;
  • The regulations related to how propane cylinders are to be installed, stored and used;
  • How to safely move propane cylinders;
  • What you need to know about stationary tank systems on a construction site; and
  • The effects of propane vapourization rates on the supply of propane.

Learning Objectives Lesson 3

After completing this lesson, you will have an understanding of the following:

  • The requirements related to the installation and use of propane construction heaters; and
  • How to operate propane construction heaters.

ACTI Advanced Work Packaging ( AWP )

The Alberta Construction Training Institute’s (ACTI) Advanced Work Packaging Training Course has been developed using is COAA & CII Best Practices

The ACTI Course is a 5 day/40-hour course

Advanced Work Packaging is the overall process flow of all the detailed work packages (construction, engineering, and installation work packages). AWP is a planned, executable process that encompasses the work on an EPC project, beginning with initial planning and continuing through detailed design and construction execution. AWP provides Details

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ACTI Basic Rigging

This training course is  8 hrs long. The purpose of this training session is to present industry training requirements to ensure correct utilization, safe and efficient operation of Rigging in order to reduce incidents in the field. After successful completion of this training course the participant will have sufficient knowledge to safely use/operate rigging and meet Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) requirements and CSA standards regarding rigging operations. This training will be broken up into the following learning objectives:

  • Introduction to OH&S Legislation and CSA Standards, Why the need for training, Employer Responsibilities, Operator or Worker Responsibilities.
  • Introduction to Rigging, Requirements, Regulations, Rigger Qualifications, Calculating Weights
  • Determining the Weight of the Load
  • Sling Angles and Stresses
  • Center of Gravity
  • Basic Hitches
  • Types of Slings
  • Lifting Hardware
  • Below-the-Hook Lifting Devices
  • Communication
  • Crane Dynamics

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ACTI Advanced Rigging

This training course is 2 days of instruction, 12 hrs of classroom instruction and 4 hrs of Practical exercises using our Virtual Reality Overhead crane and Hydraulic crane simulator.  The purpose of this training session is to present industry training requirements to ensure correct utilization, safe and efficient operation of Rigging in order to reduce incidents in the field. After successful completion of this training course the participant will have sufficient knowledge to safely use/operate rigging and meet Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) requirements and CSA standards regarding rigging operations. This training course will be broken up into the following learning Objectives :

  • Introduction to OH&S Legislation and CSA Standards, Why the need for training, Employer Responsibilities, Operator or Worker Responsibilities.
  • Introduction to Rigging, Requirements, Regulations, Rigger Qualifications, Calculating Weights
  • Determining the Weight of the Load
  • Sling Angle and Stresses
  • Center of Gravity
  • Basic Hitches
  • Types of Slings
  • Lifting Hardware
  • Below-the-Hook Devices
  • Communication
  • Crane Dynamics
  • Discover the Center of Gravity (CG): Overview
    • CG: Trial and Error Method
    • CG: Inverse Proportion to Distance Formula
    • CG: Rigging to the Center of Gravity
    • CG: Equal Loading of Slings
    • CG: Unequal Loading of Slings
  • Hitches Used for Rigging – Overview (Discuss and Identify)
  • Vertical Hitches: Single Vertical / 2,3,4-Leg Bridles
  • Choker Hitches: Single-Wrap, Double-Wrap
  • Basket Hitches: True Basket, Reduced Basket, Double-Wrap Basket
  • Hitches Used for Rigging – Overview (Discuss and Identify)
  • Vertical Hitches: Single Vertical / 2,3,4-Leg Bridles
  • Slings Used for Rigging: Itemized discussion, idenitification, inspection
  • Synthetic, Wire Rope, and Chain Slings
  • Rigging Hardware and Cards: Overview, Identification, Inspection, Considerations
  • Shackles, Eye Bolts
  • Swivel Hoist Rings, Swivel Eye Bolts
  • Turnbuckles, Come-alongs
  • Wire Rope Clips, Wedge Sockets
  • Master Rings, Links, Hooks
  • Rigging Blocks
  • Below-the-Hook Devices: Overview, Identification, Inspection, Considerations
  • Lifting Beams, Spreader Bars
  • Plate Clamps, Lifters
  • Pipe Clamps, I-Beam Clamps
  • Barrel Clamps, Hooks
  • Pallet Forks, Wall Board Forks
  • Lever Hoists, Come-Alongs
  • Crane Communication: Overview
  • Mobile Crane Hand Signals
  • Overhead and Tower Crane Signals
  • Voice Communication
  • Audible Vehicle Travel Signals
  • Crane Limits & Hazards: Overview
  • Crane Set-Up
  • Load Charts
  • Working Around Power Lines
  • Hoisting Personnel