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RPM is now offering a number of Program Development courses as E-courses. These courses can be done on your own time, at your own pace. If you are registered in the RPM program, you can register for these E-courses.

Courses available:

Incident Reporting & Investigations -Online Module

A workplace must have a process to report workplace related injuries, illnesses and dangerous occurrences. Upon receipt of these reports, a process must also be in place to ensure investigations are completed to prevent re-occurrence. If you would like to register for this online course please click HERE.

Slips, Trips, Falls, Sprains and Strains -Online Module

Slip, trips and falls are some of the leading causes of injuries in the trucking industry. This course provides information on some of the causes and preventive measures relevant to trucking and applicable in the workplace or in daily life. We also talk about sprains and strains as a cause or effect of slips, trips, and falls. If you would like to register for this online course please click HERE.

Train the Trainer -Online Module

If your organization plans to delegate training to supervisors or designates, our Train the Trainer course will provide them the necessary tools and resources to implement your training in-house. If you would like to register for this online course please click HERE


RPM has partnered with SAFE Work Manitoba and the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety (CCOHS) to offer the following e-learning courses. You can register as a single user or register multiple users (please click on the Facilitator manual link once at the CCOHS website for multi-user registration). A membership is not required and the courses are free of charge. Click on the course links below to learn more and signup:

SAFE Work Manitoba has also introduced a new course, COVID-19: Best Practices for a Safe Workplace. This interactive online course provides simple instruction to help prepare workers on how to reduce the risk of catching or spreading COVID-19 in the workplace, keeping themselves, their co-workers and their customers safe. The 40-minute course complies with provincial health guidelines and teaches workers how to apply the 4 Ps of COVID-19 workplace safety:

  • Physical distancing - Limit close contact with others
  • Personal hygiene - Ensure hands and objects are clean
  • Physical environment - Steps you take to reduce the risk
  • PPE - Personal Protective Equipment use