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This course provides workers with information on the three types of bears that live in North America and how to coexist with them.

Upon Completion

Upon successful completion of this course, a certificate of completion that does not expire will be available to print.

Topics Covered

  • Types of bears
  • Behaviours, ranges, habitats
  • Differences between defensive and predatory attacks
  • Handling and/or preventing encounters and deterrents

Notes:

  • Course can be accessed 90 days from initial registration
  • Please ensure you have the latest version of Chrome, Edge, Firefox or Safari to complete the course

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This course teaches field superintendents and rig managers, in the well servicing division of the CAODC, how to become an assessor and learn the guidelines for completing a competency assessment for a floorhand, derrickman or a driller.

Upon Completion

Upon successful completion of this course, you will be issued a CAODC Service Rig Competency Assessors Certificate. In order to maintain a valid certification, the assessor must complete at least one assessment every three years.

Topics Covered

  • Competency
  • Responsibilities of the assessor
  • Performing successful assessments

Prerequisites

  • Must be currently employed with a service rig contractor
  • Must be at the Field Superintendent or Rig Manager level

Notes

  • Students must be on time and present for all course content instruction. Students who miss any course content cannot be certified and registration fees will not be reimbursed as per the Cancellation Policy
  • Course duration may continue beyond 4:30 pm.

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This course teaches cathodic protection technicians how to safely work with a cathodic protection rectifier.

Upon completion

Upon successful course completion and examination with a minimum score of 70%, completion of the NACE International CP 1 Tester course and 1,000 hours of work experience, students can then apply for certification with AAIT. You will receive an Energy Safety Canada Certificate of Completion that does not expire..

Topics Covered

  • Basic electricity
  • Regulations
  • Codes and standards
  • Electrical hazards
  • Measurement
  • Lock out procedures
  • Rectifier construction
  • Installation
  • Maintenance
  • Troubleshooting
  • Reading and adjusting the rectifier

Equipment

  • Safety glasses
  • 100% leather gloves
  • Closed toe footwear
  • Digital multimeter rated CAT IV 600V (preferred) or CAT III 600 V or 1000V (minimum acceptable)
  • Calculator

Notes

  • Students must be on time and present for all course content instruction. Students who miss any course content cannot be certified and registration fees will not be reimbursed, as per the Cancellation Policy.
  • Course duration may continue beyond 4:30 pm

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This course instructs health and safety professionals who have management and/or supervisory experience, how to conduct safety management system audits.

Upon Completion

After the course, there will be a practicum that includes a full health and safety audit. Upon successful completion of this course and examination with a minimum score of 80%, you must submit a qualification audit within six months of the last day of class for review by Energy Safety Canada Audit Reviewers. A formal Energy Safety Canada certificate will not be provided for this course.

Topics Covered

  • Overview of the Certificate of Recognition (COR) program
  • Roles and responsibilities within the audit process
  • Review of Energy Safety Canada’s Auditor Code of Ethics
  • Overview of Energy Safety Canada’s COR audit protocol
  • Overview of the ten steps of auditing
  • Energy Safety Canada’s Audit Instrument will be reviewed in detail throughout the course

Prerequisites

Application Process

  • Participants must apply for one of the two auditor streams, Internal or External Auditor, as explained on the Certified Health and Safety Auditor Application Process:
  • Internal (maintenance) auditors are able to perform internal audits for the single company at which they are employed full-time.
  • External auditors are able to perform Certification audits, Renewal audits, and Maintenance audits for any company.

Notes

  • All registrations, at all locations, are booked through Energy Safety Canada.
  • Students must be on time and present for all course content instruction. Students who miss any course content cannot be certified and registration fees will not be reimbursed, as per the Cancellation Policy.
  • Course duration may continue beyond 4:30 pm

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This course provides an overview to Energy Safety Canada certified health and safety auditors who want to maintain their auditor certification or learn about updates to the audit process.

Upon Completion

Auditors will continue to be authorized to conduct audits on behalf of Energy Safety Canada. A formal Energy Safety Canada certificate will not be provided for this course.

Topics Covered

  • Develop and improve auditor skills
  • Review of the Quality Assurance process
  • Updates from the Safety and Certifications (SAC) department
  • Updates from government agencies related to the Certificate of Recognition (COR) program

Prerequisites

  • A current Energy Safety Canada Certified Health and Safety Auditor Certificate Note: If your certificate has expired, the standard allows up to six months from the expiry to complete the renewal program. The standard does not allow any new audit registrations until recertification is complete.
  • Maintenance of your auditor certification by having performed two audits or maintenance audit options in the previous three year certification cycle Note: If this requirement has not been met, the auditor will be required to conduct and submit a regular Certificate of Recognition (COR) audit within six months of the renewal program before recertification can be granted.
  • Your application must be approved prior to registering for this course. Apply Now
  • Once Energy Safety Canada approves your application, a confirmation email will be sent to you with the course registration contact information.

Equipment for Virtual Classroom and Online Courses

  • Web camera
  • Headphones or speakers
  • Internet access: latest version of Chrome, Edge Chromium, Firefox or Safari
  • Good internet connection
  • Printer (to print the certificate after successfully completing the course)

Notes

  • All course registrations are booked through Energy Safety Canada.
Virtual Classrooms
  • Virtual classrooms have a class schedule and students tune into instructor-led lectures at the same time.
  • Students must be on time and present for all virtual classroom course content instruction.
  • Students who miss any virtual classroom course content cannot be certified and registration fees will not be reimbursed, as per the Cancellation Policy.
  • Virtual classroom course duration may continue beyond 4:30 pm.
Online Courses
  • Online courses allow students to take the course at their own convenience. There is no instructor.
  • Online courses are accessible for 90 days from the registration/course purchase date.

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This course teaches drillers on a service rig and wellsite supervisors involved in well control operations how to use coil tubing equipment.

Upon Completion

Upon successful completion of this course and examination with a minimum score of 70%, you will receive a Coiled Tubing Certificate that will expire on the same date as your current Well Service Blowout Prevention Certificate.

Topics Covered

  • Coil tubing equipment
  • Coil tubing tools and accessories
  • Coil tubing blowout prevention
  • Wellhead equipment
  • Flowback systems
  • Well control responses

Prerequisites

  • Valid Energy Safety Canada Well Service Blowout Prevention Certificate

Certificate Renewal

  • The examination may be challenged every second renewal, provided your current certification has not expired. If the challenge exam is failed, the full one-day course must be completed. Full course fees apply.
  • Students have the option to challenge their Coiled Tubing certificate on the same day as their Well Service Blowout Prevention challenge.
  • To learn more about how to register for the challenge exam or how to access materials in preparation for the challenge exam, contact Energy Safety Canada: customerservice@energysafetycanada.com or 1.800.667.5557.

Equipment for Virtual Classroom and Online Courses

  • Web camera
  • Headphones or speakers
  • Internet access: latest version of Chrome, Edge Chromium, Firefox or Safari
  • Good internet connection
  • Printer (to print the certificate after successfully completing the course)

Notes

  • All course registrations are booked through Energy Safety Canada.
Virtual Classrooms
  • Virtual classrooms have a class schedule and students tune into instructor-led lectures at the same time.
  • Students must be on time and present for all virtual classroom course content instruction.
  • Students who miss any virtual classroom course content cannot be certified and registration fees will not be reimbursed, as per the Cancellation Policy.
  • Virtual classroom course duration may continue beyond 4:30 pm.
Online Courses
  • Online courses allow students to take the course at their own convenience. There is no instructor.
  • Online courses are accessible for 90 days from the registration/course purchase date.

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This course provides new workers with safety messaging that explains safe work practices and eliminates the need for redundant general orientation training. CSO is available online or in the classroom. The online version is available for access on any computer that has a webcam

Upon Completion

The online course ends with a proctored exam. Upon achieving a passing grade on the exam with a minimum score of 80 per cent a certificate of completion that does not expire will be available to print.

Topics Covered

  • Personal accountability for a safe work environment
  • Arriving ready to work
  • Major hazards
  • Life Saving Rules
  • Worksite maintenance
  • Emergency preparedness and response procedures
  • Reporting incidents and near misses
  • Safe work communications
  • Contributing to a respectful workplace

Equipment

  • Government issued picture ID is needed for either online or the classroom course.
For the online course you will need:
  • Internet Access - latest version of Chrome
  • Web Camera (used only during the final exam)
  • Headphones or Speakers (optional)
  • Printer to print the certificate after successfully completing the course (optional)

Notes

  • For the online course participants are given two attempts at the final exam; if a second attempt is required, it is strongly recommended to review all the course material before trying again.

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Confined space work involves some of the most critical hazards in the oil and gas industry, so it is critical to understand and plan for them before starting work. This online Confined Space Entry and Monitor course teaches participants to identify, understand and mitigate the potential hazards of working in restricted and confined spaces. Developed using the Canadian Standards Association’s Z1006-16 Management of Work in Confined Spaces and the Canadian Association of Oil and Gas Producers’ Code of Practice for Confined Space.

Upon Completion

Upon successful completion of the required proctored exam with a minimum score of 80% you will receive a Certificate that is valid for three years.

Designed For

Those responsible for the entry, planning and supervising of confined space activities; and for those administering employees and/or monitoring entry into restricted or confined spaces.

Topics Covered

  • Roles and responsibilities of workers, supervisors, managers and confined space monitors
  • OH&S legislated standards
  • Code of Practice and requirements for developing one
  • Identification and classification of restricted and confined spaces
  • Requirements for working in or around restricted and confined spaces
  • Hazard assessment and control methods for restricted and confined spaces
  • Entry planning and permitting
  • Atmospheric testing
  • Signage and tagging
  • Emergency response
  • Equipment

    • Web camera, headphones or speakers
    • Internet access using the latest version of Chrome
    • Strong internet connection
    • Printer (to print the certificate after successfully completing the course)

    COURSE DETAILS
    This course provides workers who need to monitor potentially hazardous atmospheres with the knowledge to safely monitor and assess hazards and control flammable substances.

    Upon Completion

    Upon successful completion of this course and examination with a minimum score of 70%, you will receive a Certificate of Completion that is valid for three years.

    Topics Covered

    • Introduction to flammable substances
    • Principles of flammable gas/vapour
    • Care and preparation of combustible gas monitors
    • Sampling strategies and interpretation of monitor readings
    • Control methods for high combustible gas readings

    Notes

    • Students must be on time and present for all course content instruction. Students who miss any course content cannot be certified and registration fees will not be reimbursed, as per the Cancellation Policy
    • Course duration may continue beyond 4:30 pm

    COURSE DETAILS
    This course teaches workers how to recognize and provide intervention for life-threatening emergencies until professional medical assistance arrives.

    Upon Completion

    Upon successful completion of this course, you will receive a Certificate of Completion that is valid for three years. This course is certified through St. John Ambulance.

    Topics Covered

    • Emergency scene management
    • Choking
    • Shock and unconsciousness
    • Severe bleeding
    • One and two rescuer CPR for an adult casualty
    • Automatic External Defibrillation (AED) training

    COURSE DETAILS