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Training

We are now offering three different modes of training:

  • In-class training (instructor-led);
  • Distance learning (instructor-led, via Zoom);
  • E-courses, which are completed on-line without an instructor present.

Please contact us through email for registration details.


RPM E-COURSES

Courses available:

Incident Reporting & Investigations

Slips, Trips, Falls, Sprains and Strains

Train the Trainer

Please visit our e-courses page to register



RPM IN-CLASS & DISTANCE LEARNING


Some items to note:

  • Lunch is provided for all full day courses
  • Parking is free at our location and you will be required to park at the back of the building. Please use the back door for the duration of the course.
  • Upon entry, you will be asked to fill out a Covid-19 pre-screening questionnaire and you will be given one hand sanitizer to be used throughout the day. Please use the hand sanitizer upon entry of the building.
  • Please review the attached Covid-19 protocol to be followed at all times in the building.



Certification Courses

To meet the training requirements for RPM - Safe Work Certification, you must complete certain training modules based on the size of your company.

Trucking companies with 20 or more employees must complete four mandatory courses. They are:

  • Safety & Health Leadership,
  • Principles of Safety & Health Management,
  • Maintenance Auditor, and
  • Safety & Health Committee.

Trucking companies with 2 to 19 employees must also complete four mandatory courses. They are

  • Safety & Health Leadership,
  • Principles of Safety & Health Management,
  • Maintenance Auditor, and
  • Safety Representative.

We are pleased to also offer a Small Employer Path to Certification. The definition of a small employer is less than 4 employees. Please contact RPM to set up a meeting with one of our advisors.


Program Development Courses

Program Development courses reflect the varied elements of a safety and health program as outlined in the Manitoba Workplace Safety and Health Act and Regulation and Canada Labour Code Part II. Each course focuses on a separate element and includes templates and materials to make them easily adaptable to an individual workplace. All of our courses are listed down the right side of the screen. Click on any of them for more information. Our courses are being updated regularly and new training dates are scheduled monthly.

Please note that a minimum of 4 participants are required for in-class learning.

These courses are also available as e-courses for individual learning.

If you see something that interests you, but we don't have an upcoming date for it, please email or call our office. 204.632.6600