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Courses

Education for a safer workplace

1 Day Fall Protection Re-Certification

This program is intended for both supervisory and non-supervisory personnel that may be exposed to fall hazards in the workplace.  According to the Fall Protection certification...

2 Day Fall Protection Training

The Newfoundland and Labrador Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, section 139 states, "a person shall not use fall protection equipment after January 1, 2012 unless he...

Accident/Incident Investigation

This workshop will teach you the basic skills necessary to conduct an effective accident/incident investigation at your workplace. Time and experience will help you define the...

Advanced Medical First Responder Level I

This is a comprehensive, skills-oriented training program designed for individuals providing emergency pre-hospital care such as safety personnel, police, fire, and emergency...

Aerial Work Platform Training

An aerial work platform is a mobile device that has an adjustable position platform supported from ground level by a structure that is power operated with primary functions, including...

Asbestos Awareness

The objective of this training is to provide the participant with awareness and information of all aspects of asbestos abatement. After completion of this course, the participant...

Back Injury Prevention

Back injuries are one of the most common workplace related injuries. Upon completion of the Back Injury Prevention Course participants will will be familiarized with the dangers...

Confined Space (Off-Shore)

DMC's training program is intended to provide the knowledge necessary to reduce the risk of accidents, which result from the lack of knowledge and compliance with standard safe...

Confined Space Entry (CSE) Training

The Newfoundland and Labrador Occupational Health and Safety Regulations, section 511(3) states, "a person shall not work in a confined space after January 1, 2013 unless he or...

Emergency First Aid with AED/CPR Level C

According to the Occupational Health and Safety First Aid Regulations, section 4. (4) " Where more than one but less than 15 workers are engaged on one shift an employer shall...

Fall Protection (Off-Shore)

DMC's training program is intended to provide the knowledge necessary to reduce the risk of accidents, which result from the lack of knowledge and compliance with standard safe...

Forklift Operator Safety Training

The forklift can be one of the most dangerous pieces of equipment in the workplace. A medium sized forklift weighs about the same as your average dump truck and can cause just...

Marine Advanced First Aid

Marine Advanced First Aid covers many of the same topics as Advanced Medical First Responder Level I (AMFR). with the addition of modules such as oxygen use, advanced first aid...

Marine Basic First Aid

Marine Basic First Aid covers many of the same topics as Standard First Aid with CPR, with the addition of a Marine Supplement for marine-related topics.  This course meets the...

OH&S Committee Training

As per the certification training standard from the Workplace, Health, Safety and Compensation Commission (WHSCC), "the aim of the training is to give OH&S committees/WH&S...

Power Line Hazards

Under Section 483 of the Occupational Health & Safety (OH&S) Regulations, "Power Line Hazards Training" states, "A person shall not operate a mobile crane, boom truck...

Respectful Workplace Training

Harassment is a form of discrimination. It involves any unwanted physical or verbal behavior that offends or humiliates you. Generally, harassment is a behavior that persists...

Respiratory Protection Awareness

This workshop will provide you with an awareness of respiratory protection equipment, programs, etc. Who Should Attend? This course is designed for anyone required to wear respiratory protection or anyone that performs respiratory fit testing. Duration Half (1/2) Day Curriculum Respiratory Protection Program Legislation & CSA Standards Responsibilities Evaluating Respiratory Hazards Respiratory User Screening Forms Selecting Respiratory Protective Equipment Selecting Cartridges and Filters Factors Affecting the Correct Fit Respiratory Fit tests:  Qualitative vs. Quantitative Inspecting the Equipment Donning and Removing the Equipment Changing Cartridges and Filters Maintenance & Care of Equipment Proper Storage of Equipment Expiry While there is no official expiry date, DMC recommends that participants refresh their training every three (3) years to remain up-to-date on practices, procedures and standards.

Rigging & Slinging

Rigging is the process of lifting and moving heavy loads with ropes, chains, and mechanical devices, while a sling is a loop of material that connects the load to the lifting...

Safety Training for Managers and Supervisors

This course is designed to raise awareness with Managers and Supervisors about their roles and responsibilities in the implementation of safety within their own organization....

Skid Steer Operator

DMC's training program is intended to provide the knowledge necessary to reduce the risk of accidents, which result from the lack of knowledge and compliance with standard safe...

Standard First Aid

According to the Occupational Health and Safety First Aid Regulations, section 4. (5) " Where 15 or more but less than 200 workers are engaged on one shift an employer shall ensure...

Traffic Control Person

Proper traffic control is critical for the safety of workers, drivers and the general public. Traffic control is required when traffic must be moved through or around highway or street construction, maintenance operations or utility work on or adjacent to a roadway. Under certain conditions, construction or maintenance activity on or along a roadway may require the use of a traffic control person (TCP). Participants will learn uniform and consistent methods for installing traffic control procedures, to ensure safety and minimize the inconvenience to both motorists and workers. DMC’s course curriculum and instructors are certified/approved by WorkPlaceNL. See attached resumes for confirmation of staff qualifications. Who Should Attend? In Newfoundland and Labrador, all persons working as Flag person’s or Traffic Control Persons are required to complete a TCP course approved by WorkPlaceNL. Duration - Half (1⁄2) day – Four (4) hours Class Size - Maximum Sixteen (16) Participants Cirriculum Module 1: Importance of TCP Training Module 2: Legislative Roles & Responsibilities Module 3: Traffic Control Legislation Module 4: Roles & Responsibilities of TCP’s Module 5: Traffic Control Devices Module 6: Work Site Set-Up and Removal Module 7: Hazards Associated With Working Around Heavy Equipment Module 8: Emergency Reporting & Response Module 9: Accident/Incident Investigation Quiz and Practical Evaluation Expiry - Three (3) years

Transportation of Dangerous Goods (Road) Training

The objective of this training program is to create a greater awareness of the potential dangers associated with the Transportation of Dangerous Goods. It also provides an understanding...

Trenching and Excavation

The objective of this course is to provide the participant with the knowledge and awareness that surrounds all aspects trenching and excavation. Who Should Attend? This program is intended for all personnel that may be exposed to trenching and excavation hazards in the workplace. Duration Half (1/2) Day Curriculum Module 1:    Introduction to Trenching and Excavation Module 2:    Hazards and Risks Module 3:    Trenching and Excavation Legislation Module 4:    Pre-Excavation Requirements Module 5:    Inspections Module 6:    Stability Module 7:    Worker Protection Module 8:    Soil Conditions and Types Module 9:    Slope Failures Module 10:    Emergency Responses Module 11:    Accident Investigation Expiry Three (3) years

Workplace Hazardous Materials Information Systems (WHMIS)

WHMIS training is designed to protect you from immediate and long-term hazards associated with hazardous materials such as compressed gases, paints, cleaning products, fuels or...