Frequently asked questions

See our answers to all of the most common questions we receive about our OHS courses and on-site safety services.

Our most common questions

Yes, we have both online and in-person courses to help you or your team build practical, workplace-ready knowledge and skills.

Our experience and knowledge lets us develop safe procedures and documentation for practically any industry. We’ve successfully created safer workplaces for clients in:

  • Construction
  • Finance
  • Education
  • Health Care
  • Manufacturing
  • Mining
  • Oil & Gas
  • Power & Utilities
  • Property Management
Absolutely. We’ll help you understand what your new business needs, make sure it’s compliant with all regulations, and create processes that follow your industry’s OHS best practices.

We do! As a Vancouver-based business, many of our clients come from Western Canada, but we can - and have - supported businesses across the country.

Questions about our services

A safety program is a set of procedures, guidelines, and checklists that should be followed to create a safer work environment and prevent accidental or long-term injuries.

We help you create a safer, healthier workplace at every level of your business. That includes identifying risks, creating solutions, providing training, and establishing accountability.

Ideally, your business should be getting a workplace safety assessment every year. It’ll help you maintain higher safety standards and find out about cost or time-saving safety improvements.

By combining leading safety systems like ISO 45001:2018 with the expertise of your critical stakeholders and our knowledge of provincial and federal regulations.
Yes. With our experience and credentials, we can help you create or adjust certified safety processes and documents.
We absolutely can. Our past experience working with government regulators gives us a unique perspective into what you need to do to be recognized for maintaining high safety standards.

Questions about our courses

The government doesn’t require workers to have a WHMIS certificate to work, but it’s something that many employers look for - and expect to see - when they’re hiring.
It depends on your industry. OHS regulations change over time, so some industries require members of an organization to take “refresher” courses every few years.
Both! Safety isn’t just for one group of employees in an organization. Everyone should be familiar with the risks and corresponding protective measures in their workplace.

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