Below is a list and overview of our certifications:
A COR / SECOR shows that the employer’s Health and Safety Management System (HSMS) has been evaluated by a certified auditor and meets provincial standards established by Alberta Occupational Health and Safety.
Other benefits of COR / SECOR include:
- Creating a proactive workplace health and safety culture;
- Reducing the risks and costs associated with workplace incidents;
- Lowering WCB rates and qualifying a company for WCB PIR refunds; and
- Improving the overall efficiency at your work site.
Just as certified accountants, plumbers and mechanics project a higher level of competency in their fields, and just as members of the American Medical Association and American Bar Association set themselves apart through training, experience and comprehensive examination, IICRC certification helps to immediately identify the cleaning, restoration and inspection industries’ most skilled and dedicated technicians and businesses.
This is a two-day course divided into eight components:
- Asbestos and asbestos-containing materials;
- Health effects associated with exposure;
- Introduction to asbestos abatement methods;
- Asbestos abatement procedures;
- Personal protective equipment;
- Air monitoring and analysis; and
- Other health and safety hazards.
In addition to lectures and written exercises, there are hands-on activities designed to familiarize the students with the practical aspects of asbestos removal.
These include respirator inspections, glove-bag removal exercises, and the construction of a high-risk containment and a three-stage decontamination facility.
In this two-day course, students will learn to recognize and provide interventions for life-threatening emergencies until medical aid arrives. This course gives participants a hands-on approach to learning new lifesaving skills. The Standard First Aid course is geared towards educating citizens about the prevention of emergencies and how to react to an emergency should one arise.
MR 211 is a comprehensive course covering trauma scene cleanup and decontamination. Attendees will acquire the necessary skills and knowledge required to properly evaluate, clean and decontaminate a site following a human trauma event.