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Course Description This seven-hour environmental awareness training course, based on Environment Canada's "Code of Practice for Elimination of Fluorocarbon Emissions in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning Systems," deals with environmentally-correct equipment design, proper handling of refrigerants, and will prepare you to comply with provincial regulations covering refrigeration and air conditioning systems.  During Ozone Layer Protection Awareness you will learn about the science of ozone depletion, isolation valving, recommended components, leak detection methods, system charging procedures, special maintenance provisions, refrigerant recovery, and reclamation equipment. This course is strictly theory and does not incorporate hands-on training. Participants who attend the course and successfully achieve a mark of 75% or higher on the exam will receive certification in the form of an Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS) card. Outcomes Upon successful completion of Ozone Layer Protection Awareness, you will: understand the science of ozone depletion. be able to detect leaks in refrigeration and air conditioning systems . receive certification in the form of an Ozone Depletion Substances (ODS) card. Prerequisites This course has no prerequisites. Notes Course materials are included.



Start date: 03/27/18

3 sessions.

Days of the Week : Weekly - Tue, Wed, Thu .

Tuition $230.00

Location : Trades & Technologies (TT) Location : 
  Trades & Technologies (TT).

Instructor : Ryan Kaupp 

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Course Description A company’s Safety Plan shows that Owners and/or Senior Management takes the commitment to worker health and safety seriously. The safety plan provides a system of policies, procedures and practices to help prevent accidents/incidents, gives workers the knowledge to help them create a safe working environment and outlines a consistent methodology for the company’s approach to Health and Safety. It is one of the more important safety documents that a company can produce. This workshop will give you the foundation to develop your Organizational Safety Plan and take the next step in building your safety culture. Outcomes Upon successful Planning for Workplace Safety, you will: know what a safety plan will include know how to understand and write an Organizational Safety Policy know the importance of the Introduction to the Safety Plan be able to develop a basic Communications Plan for a specific accident/incident occurrence know ways to decide on training solutions to common accidents/incidents understand and explain the importance and structure of Incident Response Plans and Critical Incident Response Plans understand Safety Inspections and Safety Audits as methods to identify unsafe conditions and apply corrective action use a 6S Inspection Checklist to conduct a 6S Inspection brainstorm policies and procedures that you might find in the Appendix of a Safety Plan help your organization write, implement, and review a safety plan Prerequisites No prerequisites required. Notes Course materials are included.  



Start date: 04/18/18

2 sessions.

Days of the Week : Weekly - Wed .

Tuition $195.00

Location : Instructional Building (IB) Location : 
  Instructional Building (IB).

Instructor : Variety of Instructors 

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