What makes MyOTF different than the "big" names in the online training industry? Here are some of our Differentiators.
Hours of Service (HoS) regulations are a set of standards developed through the National Safety Code to govern and track the working hours of any driver operating a commercial motor vehicle.
HoS regulations are designed to help improve public road safety by reducing the risks of driver fatigue, in order to reduce the amount and severity of automotive collisions involving commercial motor vehicles.
In this module, you will learn about the HoS Regulations for commercial vehicle drivers and carriers who operate within the province of Alberta, along with what you'll need to know to maintain a proper Daily Log to track your hours.
The average student will require approximately 30 minutes to complete both the course and quiz.
Employers are responsible for the health, safety, and welfare of everyone within the workplace. Therefore, a company can be found liable for the irresponsible and negligent actions of any employee who is not fit for work if the situation is not addressed and corrected.
Although it’s a delicate situation, there are steps you can take to confirm your suspicions, confront the employee, offer help, and protect the safety of the rest of your team. This course will teach you the proper techniques for recognizing the problem signs associated with unfit workers, so they can be minimized or eliminated before they present any potential harm to the workplace.
The average student requires 20 minutes to complete this training.
Bullying and harassment are issues of growing concern in today’s workplace. This conduct exists in many forms and is often confused with other less threatening behaviour, making it difficult to identify and isolate.
The best approach to handling this issue is through the development of a comprehensive policy, which firmly explains that workplace bullying and harassment is unacceptable and will not be tolerated.
In this presentation, we will review the methods of identifying and managing bullying and harassment behaviours within your workplace. The average student will require approximately 20 minutes to complete both the course and quiz.
WHMIS (The Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System) is designed to classify and provide information for any hazardous product found and used within the Canadian workplace.
Stepladders are useful tools that serve as an efficient system for climbing when used properly. However, people are commonly injured, sometimes fatally, by falls from stepladders due to improper use and failure to follow standard stepladder safety precautions.
Making a mistake while using a stepladder can change your life. This presentation will prepare you for the proper use and maintenance of stepladders.
Lockout is the process of physically neutralizing all energy sources on a piece of machinery or equipment, in order to render it inoperable before any maintenance or repair work is performed on it.
If a piece of equipment or machinery can accidentally or unexpectedly start up during maintenance, then its energy source must be isolated and controlled through an established lockout procedure.
Without proper knowledge and awareness of lockout procedures, workers could be severely injured or killed. It is important for all employees, including those not performing the lockout, to be familiar with procedures in order for everyone to stay safe.
Compressed air serves as a convenient power source for various types of tools and machinery, and is commonly found and used in many areas of work.
Compressed air is not just ordinary air. It is a concentrated stream of highly pressurized air, which can cause serious injury to the operator and the people around him in several ways.
Every worker on the jobsite needs to be aware of the hazards associated with compressed air. Although the consequences of compressed air can vary, they can be severe.
Aerial work platforms are extremely useful and beneficial in performing work from heights. They are designed to quickly and easily move workers within an enclosed metal platform to heights difficult to attain by conventional means. However, as with any other piece of equipment, improper or careless use of an aerial work platform can lead to a hazardous situation.
This refresher level course is intended for those who have already completed a basic level of hands-on aerial work platform training, and does not replace in-depth aerial work platform training courses that meet regulatory requirements.
Learning how to safely operate a lift truck is a somewhat involved process that goes beyond this e-Learning presentation. In fact, this course is just the beginning. This overall training program is broken down into 3 major components: knowledge, on-the-job training, and competency demonstration.
The knowledge component of this training, which is covered in whole within this presentation, is designed to provide you with the necessary information required prior to any hands-on application. This course contains seven general sections, three progress quizzes, and a final mastery quiz. Once completed, you can proceed onward to your on-the-job training.
This course will provide you with an overview of confined spaces and how to manage confined space entries safely. This awareness module is compliant to the CSA Z1006-10 Management of Work in Confined Spaces Standard.
This average student will require approximately 1 hour to complete both the course and quiz. Upon successful completion of the course, the candidate will be awarded a downloadable and printable certificate for their employment records.
Four out of five adults will experience back pain at least once in their life, whether it be at work, home, or play. Back pain can be caused by one incident or accumulate over time, and occurs most commonly between the ages of 30 - 50.
Working from heights exposes a worker to the constant risk of fall hazards. Without adequate fall protection, an accident could occur and result in serious injury or death. Statistics show that 20% of all workplace injury claims occur from falls, and more than 10,000 claims in 2010 were directly related to falls in the workplace.
We've added a nice little training program for people who choose to venture into the wilderness with bear spay and/or bear bangers. This brief training program takes about 10 minutes to complete and costs just 2 credits.
We’ve taken a good course and made it better. The training program has been re-written and visually enhanced. We’ve also supplemented the content to include more types of “Critters”, along with a bunch of best practices for dealing with all of those nasty bugs out there! With that said, the bulk of this course is still largely about woking in bear country.
In keeping with being the low cost alternative, how does $10 sound?
This is one of our flagship training programs from the "Consulting End" of our business and we hope you enjoy the updates.
It should be noted that if you have taken our training program in the past, and you want to take a look at the new program, you can do this without any charges if your training has not expired.
In our minds, this is "Must Have" training for all Supervisory Staff, Managers, and Safety Committee Members and we are happy to be sharing it for the industry-smashing price of $20. The cheat sheet alone is worth the price of admission.
If you like the look of our training programs, and if you don't already have a stellar Learning Management System (LMS), you may want to check out our flagship product - Digital Action Tracking System (DATS).
DATS offers all of the e-learning programs found on MyOTF, and a vast expanse of other functionality for companies that are looking to formalize their various management systems. Buzzwords include: Tasks, Investigations, Inspections, Hazard Reports, and Safety Observations.