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C.R.I.S.I.S TRAINING   


Critical Response Intervention Strategies and Incident Safety

 

Construction Worker

Would Your Employees Know What To Do?

 

When Employees go to work they don’t expect to witness a violent incident. Their place of employment should be one of safety and comfort. A tragic incident can not only cause physical harm, but it can have a devastating mental and emotional impact on Employees, their families and, ultimately, the business itself. 

 

Under the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA), Employers have a legal obligation to provide all Employees with a Workplace Violence Policy and training.  This includes an effective Emergency Response Plan (ERP) that ensures Employees act quickly and confidently to any potential threat.  

 

Employees and supervisors need to be able to recognize the warning signs and be given the skills to respond to any emergency. Getting Employees actively involved in the development of an EAP training program not only promotes a healthy and safe work environment but equally important, it fosters a productive one.

 
Course Overview            

 

C.R.I.S.I.S training provides your staff with the skills to mentally and physically prepare them to handle a critical situation or threat of workplace violence. Through classroom instruction and scenario-based training and testing, this course provides participants with the confidence and tools to respond to situations including:

  • Emergency Response Plans (ERP)
  • Business Continuity Planning
  • Emergency Communication Plans
  • Active Shooter/Hostile Intruder
  • Bomb Threats
  • Robbery Prevention and Awareness
  • Fire Prevention and Awareness
  • Natural Disasters
  • Lockdown Procedures
  • Incident Management and Investigation
  • Media Relations
Prerequisites

 

This course is open to all security personnel, including Senior Management, Supervisors, Security Guards, as well as administrative and operational Support staff.  All applicants must complete a Student Application Form (available online) and full payment is required at the time of Registration. 

 

Equipment Required

 

There is no training equipment required for this course.  Student training manuals and all required reading materials are included in the cost of the course.  Mandatory student dress code is business casual.

 

CLICK here to download the C.R.I.S.I.S E-Brochure


 

For more information call 519-428-9493       Register Today

C.R.I.S.I.S TRAINING   


Critical Response Intervention Strategies and Incident Safety

 

Construction Worker

Would Your Employees Know What To Do?

 

Under the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA), security company owners are legally required to ensure all employees have completed mandatory Health and Safety training by an approved Training Provider.  This includes Hazard Awareness, WHMIS, Workplace Violence and Harassment and Accessibility for Ontarians With Disabilities (AODA).

 

Onboard training and orientation can present a significant challenge.  Canadian Security Training is proud to introduce the C.O.R.E Health and Safety education and training program.  

 

 
Course Overview            

 

Cost-effective and conveniently designed, this unique course is separated into five modules with a full C.O.R.E Health and Safety training course running each month.  Allowing employers to schedule employee training without interfering with operational scheduling or        in-service orientation training.  If required, due to an emergency or a scheduling conflict, new employees can be easily moved to the next available course.  Best of all, it affords employers the opportunity to more comfortably budget mandatory Health and Safety training.  Ensuring your staff are properly trained, safe and job ready!

 

Through classroom instruction and scenario-based training and testing this course will cover:

  • Health and Safety Legislation
  • Workplace Violence and Harassment (WPVH)
  • Hazard Awareness
  • Materials Handling
  • Accessibility For Ontarians With Disabilities (AODA)
  • Emergency First Aid/CPR
  • Smart Serve
  • Traffic Control Person (TCP)
  • Emergency Response Planning (ERP)
Prerequisites

 

This course is open to applicants who currently hold a valid Ontario Security Guard Licence. All applicants must complete a Student Application Form (available online) and full payment is required at the time of Registration.

 

Equipment Required

 

There is no training equipment required for this course.  Student training manuals and all required reading materials are included in the cost of the course.  Mandatory student dress code is business casual.

 

CLICK here to download the C.O.R.E Health and Safety E-Flyer


 

For more information call 519-428-9493       Register Today