Training and travel during a climate crisis and a pandemic

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It sounds like the opening chapter of a dystopian novel; the world is being affected by a climate crisis that makes it difficult or impossible for people to live outside, and a concurrent pandemic is making it dangerous to stay indoors with other people. This world exists today, and it’s not some dark vision about…

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RA101 – Introduction to Risk Assessment

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Learn Machinery Risk Assessment anytime and anywhere.  Introduction to Risk Assessment is our self-directed machinery risk assessment course, based on ISO 12100:2010 and ISO/TR 14121-2:2012 standards. Delivered online, this course features a widely accepted methodology that can be used without modification in Canada, the EU, and the USA.

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Free Safety Talks – May 2018

Free Machinery Safety Talks This May, we are again partnering with Schmersal Canada and Franklin Empire to provide free safety talks in Southern Ontario. If you are responsible for workers using machinery in Ontario, Canada, ensuring their safety is a key priority for you every day. Understanding your responsibilities is vital to maintaining and improving…

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Online Training Centre Opens

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Online Training Centre Opens You’ve been challenged to start doing risk assessments on your machine designs, but you don’t know where to start. Perhaps you’ve bought a few standards or a book or two, hoping to figure it all out, but you never seem to be able to stay focused long enough to get what…

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A Note about Our Travel Policy

We believe travel gives us a broad perspective both personally and professionally. Our focus is global. Our ethical position is clear; we believe in the health and safety of ALL people. We believe in the power of scientific data and in the power of connecting with others globally, so we might learn from one another.

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