SCHEDULED OUTAGE NOTICE | June 21, 4:30PM - June 23, 11:59PM (MDT)

Online Training, Certificate Validation, Audit Submissions, Audit Portal, Instructor/Provider Portal, Evaluator Portal, H2S Alive Blended Assessor Portal, Online Course Submissions will not be available. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Wildlife Awareness (includes Bear Awareness)

Please note: required training for access to Suncor site and facilities is  Wood Buffalo Wildlife Awareness 

The Wildlife Awareness Online (includes Bear Awareness) course provides novice, intermediate and supervisory level workers with the basic knowledge to work safely in remote areas and wilderness habitats while promoting the safe co-existence with wildlife.  

Equipment Requirements for Online Class

  • A currently supported version of your operating System for Windows or Apple
  • Stable internet connection with a supported web browser
  • Speakers / Microphone (headset recommended)
  • Printer to print the certificate after successfully completing the course

Upon Completion

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

Topics Covered

  • Regulations for wildlife protection
  • Large ungulates
  • Noxious plants and insects
  • Spiders and reptiles
  • Transmissible diseases associated with wildlife contact
  • Bear types and behaviours
  • Other carnivores


  • The course can be accessed at anytime through your online account, for 90 days from initial registration. Our Energy Safety Canada offices are available to support during regular business hours
  • For the online course, participants are given five attempts; if a second attempt is required, it is strongly recommended to review all the course material before trying again
  • All registrations are booked through Energy Safety Canada
  • This course is endorsed by the Canadian Association of Geophysical Contractors (CAGC), Canadian Association Petroleum Producers (CAPP), Petroleum Services Association of Canada (PSAC), and Sustainable Resource Development (SRD)