Flag Person Online
WHMIS GHS 2015 Online
Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) Online
**If you are an R-Code Member, contact the HCSAS office to obtain your MEMBER ID which is required during online registration. Email your MEMBER ID Request to: firstname.lastname@example.org**
Flag Person Online (Temporary Certificate)
This online Flag Person course (2019) is designed to teach the student how to control traffic safely on Saskatchewan roadways. The course will walk you through Modules 1-6 discussing relevant information that a Flag Person will need in order to ensure the safety of both the drivers and the workers. Once successfully completed, the individual will be equipped to flag on provincial highways, rural municipal roadways and urban settings.
Please Note: This course may not be compatible with Internet Explorer 10 or higher, if you experience any technical difficulties, please download either Google Chrome or Mozilla Firefox to access.
Course Content Includes:
- Saskatchewan Legislation – The Traffic Safety Act/ Occupational Health and Safety Regulations
- Responsibilities of the flag person
- Personal protective equipment and apparel requirements
- Flag person station, position and signals
- How to safely direct traffic through a work zone
- Safe work practices and procedures for the flag person
- Understanding the motorist
A Saskatchewan Flag Person Manual is available for download (PDF) within this course.
Once the course is completed, there will be an option to print and save a certificate. This temporary certificate is valid for 30 days.
In order to receive a permanent certificate, the individual must undergo a practical evaluation by a valid “Flag Person Instructor” using the HCSAS Flag Person Evaluation Form and Guidelines.
To receive a permanent Saskatchewan Flag Person card:
A permanent Saskatchewan Flag Person card will be issued from date of evaluation and is valid for 5 years.
Duration: 3 hours
WHMIS 2015 GHS
WHMIS 2015 now has the best of both WHMIS training and Global Harmonized System (GHS) standards. This online course will help ensure that workers understand the hazards posed by chemicals they work with and other essential information regarding hazardous materials.
Course Content Includes:
- Supplier Labels – How to read a supplier label and what information is on the labels
- Workplace Labels – When to use a workplace label and re-labelling hazardous products
- Pictograms – Learn to identify what pictograms mean and the types of hazards present in the product
- Hazard Groups – Discusses physical and health hazards that products can cause
- Hazard Classes – Products that are grouped together that have similar properties
- Safety Data Sheets (SDS) – Where to find an SDS for a product, how to read a SDS, and what important information is found within the 16 categories of the SDS
- Responsibilities for suppliers, employers and workers
Duration: 2 hours
TDG Online Training
The Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) online course is structured in a way to provide participants with a clear understanding of the hazards and regulatory requirements associated with dangerous goods and controlled products. There are many interactive exercises throughout the course to test your knowledge and helpful links to regulations, charts and other information regarding the transportation of dangerous goods. This TDG course meets all of Transport Canada’s training requirements under the TDG Regulations and was created for all persons involved in the Transportation of Dangerous Goods by ground such as shippers, receivers and drivers.
Course Content Includes:
- An overview of TDG Requirements and Regulations
- Classification – Nine classes of dangerous goods including primary and subsidiary classification
- Packing Groups – How to identify the level of danger of certain products
- Placards, Labels and Safety Marks – Requirements for labelling packages, tanks and vehicles and how to identify mixed loads
- Shipping Documentation
- Responsibilities of the shipper, receiver and transporter
- Different Means of Containment
- Exemptions and special provisions that apply to certain products and quantity restrictions
- Emergency Response Plans (ERAP) and actions
- Incident Reporting – What to do when there has been a spill or leak
A printable TDG certificate is valid for 3 years upon completion and is non-transferable.
Duration: 3 Hours
R-Code Member: $20.00
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