Canadian Federal Carriers
Federal carriers operate outside their home province, they travel to other provinces, territories and the United States. Commercial vehicles they operate that is registered for more than 4500 KG is regulated federally.
If you leave your home province then you must be federally regulated. You cannot be a provincially regulated carrier and leave your home province on a permit as that puts you in violation of your Safety Fitness Certificate (SFC).
Canadian Federal Carriers
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Commercial Driver Training Program Bundle
This online Commercial Driver Training Program includes a variety of required and recommended courses that help commercial drivers meet legislated training requirements.
Many of the courses contained in this program meet National Safety Code (NSC) standards.
Federal Hours of Service Course - Canadian Regulations
This Canadian Hours of Service course covers the regulations that a driver must follow.
Canadian Heavy Truck Weight and Dimension Program
North American Cargo Securement Program covers the NSC Standard 10 Cargo Securement, which regulates weights and dimensions of commercial vehicles that traverse provinces and territories.
North American Cargo Securement
North American Cargo Securement Program is based on The NSC Standard 10 Cargo Securement approved by the Council of Ministers Responsible for Transportation and Highway Safety on June 8, 2013
Daily Trip Inspection Training
This online course provides instruction on how to complete a Daily trip Inspection that follows the National Safety Code (Standard 13) regulations.
WHMIS 2015 (GHS)
t is a Canada-wide system that provides employers and workers with information on the hazardous products that are stored and used on work sites.
TDG - Transportation of Dangerous Goods: Canada
This course has been designed to help learners transport dangerous goods safely and properly by educating them on the Canadian TDG Act and its associated regulations
Confined Space Entry and Monitor
Confined Space Entry and Monitor course defines confined and restricted spaces, explains the hazards associated with them, and provides methods for assessing, eliminating, controlling, and monitoring those hazards.
Ground Disturbance 201
This online Alberta Common Ground Alliance (ABCGA) endorsed course is designed for planners, managers, supervisors, and employees who are required to develop, plan, or undertake any kind of ground disturbance.
Hazard Assessment Training
This online course provides an understanding of the importance of hazard assessments, as well as their impact on the overall performance of health and safety management systems.
OH&S and the Law for Supervisors
OH&S and the Law for Supervisors course offers a comprehensive understanding of the Occupational Health & Safety Act and other key pieces of health and safety legislation for those in supervisory positions within the workplace.
Health & Safety Committees and Representatives
This online course is designed to give Health and Safety Committee (HSC) co-chairs and Health and Safety Representatives (HSRs) an understanding of their legislated duties and responsibilities under Alberta's OHS legislation.
Joint Health and Safety Committees (JHSC)
This online course introduces the fundamentals of Joint Health and Safety Committees and describes their role in keeping workplaces safe.
Canada Labour Code – Part II
Canada Labour Code – Part II course introduces participants to federal health and safety legislation, and explains the health and safety practices and processes that must be followed in order to comply with the Code’s legal requirements.
Drug and Alcohol Abuse for Managers and Supervisors
Dealing with Drug and Alcohol Abuse for Managers and Supervisors course discusses drug and alcohol abuse, the damage it causes to workers and the businesses that employ them, and what should be done to create and maintain a drug and alcohol free workplace.
Managing Medical Marijuana in the Workplace
Managing Medical Marijuana in the Workplace course is designed to explain regulations governing the transportation of dangerous goods within Canada.
Cannabis & the Workplace: Impairment Awareness for Employers
This comprehensive course is intended to provide employers, managers, supervisors, and any other professionals directly impacted with a basis for enhanced awareness and response to impairment.
Cannabis & the Workplace: Impairment Awareness for Employees
This course will provide employees and contractors with a basis of information to form good workplace awareness habits and an overall enhanced awareness to impairment in general, with a particular focus on impairment from cannabis use.
Reasonable Suspicion and Managing Impairment for Supervisors
Reasonable Suspicion and Managing Impairment for Supervisors course educates on proper tools and skills to recognize and handle possible substance abuse within the workplace.
Accident Procedures: Driver Training Series
This online Accident Procedures: Driver Training Series course is designed to help drivers understand what to do after being involved in (or witnessing) an accident. Specifically, it covers the procedures drivers should follow in order to safely and legally deal with the situation in a short period of time.