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Workers in the marine industry face a higher risk of fatality and injury than the average Canadian worker. The risks associated with the marine industry include the use of power tools, but also include challenges unique to the environment. Examples of these challenges include vessel disasters, water immersion, severe weather, working and living within restricted space. Below are some of the courses and trainings we offer to the marine industry.
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Counterbalanced Forklift [Class 1, 4, & 5]
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Traffic Control Person
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Aerial & Scissor Lift Safety
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Latest Updates
10 · 02 · 2023
Now Hiring: Safety Advisor / Industrial Hygiene Technician
Are you in search of an exciting career as a Safety Professional? We have an immediate opening for a Safety Advisor / Industrial Hygiene Technician.
26 · 01 · 2023
Bill Foote Appointed Chief Executive Officer
REL – The Safety Experts is pleased to announce the appointment of Bill Foote as our new Chief Executive Officer. As a CRSP certificant and 1st Vice President with NLOHSA, Bill brings over 25 years of health and safety experience in international oil & gas and construction industries. Under Bill’s leadership, with the support of …
09 · 12 · 2022
Ladder Safety in Construction
We use ladders so often that we usually don’t think about how to use them safely. But every time you climb a ladder there is potential for an accident. In most cases, falls from ladders can be easily prevented by following these steps: Plan your work and assess whether using a ladder is the best …