Industrial courses in Canada

We offer training for Confined Space Entry & Rescue, Fall Protection, High Angle / Rope Rescue, Gas Detection, H2S Alive, & more. Our Industrial services division also provides rescue standby, rescue planning & equipment.

Contact our training locations for bookings.  

RelyOn Nutec Canada - Locations

RelyOn Nutec Canada (Formerly Falck Safety Services Canada) provides a full range of Industrial services including Training, Rescue Standby Teams, and Advisory Services.

Our Industrial Services Division is experienced in multiple operations including Offshore Oil & Gas, Refineries, Water/Sewage Treatment facilities, Tank Cleaning, Pulp & Paper Mills, Movie Shoots, and more.

 

Industrial Training Courses:

  • Fall Protection Rescue (1 day FPR)
  • High Angle / Technical Rope Rescue (4 day TRR)
  • Confined Space Entry / Attendant (1 day CSE)
  • Confined Space Hazardous Entry (2 day CSHE)
  • Confined Space Rescue (3 day CSR)
  • Confined Space Technical Rescue (5 day CSTR)
  • Atmospheric Gas Testing (1 day AGT)
  • Fire Extinguisher Familiarization
  • Joint Occupational Health & Safety Committee (JOHSC)
  • Work Permit Training
  • SCBA / SABA Training
  • Respiratory Fit Testing (3M, Scott, Drager, MSA, Avon, etc.)
  • Lockout / Tagout Awareness
  • Fall Protection Equipment Inspection (User Level)
  • Emergency First Aid + CPR
  • Standard First Aid + CPR

 

Industrial Services:

  • Rescue Standby Teams (Confined Space or High Angle)
  • Rescue Planning
  • Rescue Equipment Advisory Services

 

RelyOn Nutec Canada works with our clients to ensure they are prepared for any situation at their worksite by assisting with everything from training to documentation and equipment recommendations.

 

Our Industrial Training Approach:

We believe in creating training that is relevant and useful to our clients.

Our team has years of experience in adult education and our program delivery takes into consideration the maturity of the workforce taking our training.

We understand that training should reflect our client’s specific operations, processes, equipment and emergency procedures while providing enough new information and advice on how to improve overall efficiency and safety of operations.

If requested we will review relevant client procedures and conduct site visits to review equipment used at worksites.

This information is used to customize our theoretical and practical exercises prior to the course.

Our training addresses provincial legislation, industry best practice and client specific procedures and requests.

At RelyOn Nutec Canada we go above and beyond for our clients with a safety focused, flexible approach.

We are always open for training whether it is needed on evenings, weekends, or holidays.

Our team believes in minimizing traditional classroom lectures by incorporating scenario based practical training to improve learning outcomes.

Industrial Training Course Descriptions:

Fall Protection Rescue (FPR)


Training Overview
This program is designed to provide training for all personnel required to safely perform work at heights. The course and will provide an understanding of the hazards and mitigation controls associated with working at height, equipment requirements and inspection protocols as well as emergency response procedures and rescue techniques.

Training Duration and Timings
Approximately 8 hours of training completed over 1 day.

Classes run from 0800 to 1630 (time can be altered if necessary). Trainees absent from any component of the program will not be issued a certification until they have completed all requirements.

Pre-requisites
No

For a list of current course dates view our calendar here: Newfoundland or Nova Scotia


Confined Space Entry (CSE)


Training Overview
This course will provide training for confined space supervisors, safety attendants, and entry personnel required to work in a non-Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health (IDLH) or low hazard confined space. Topics include: review of applicable regulations and codes, program / permit / entry checklist requirements, confined space hazards and control measures, atmospheric monitoring principles, ventilation principals, and non-entry rescue options.

Training Duration and Timings
Approximately 8 hours of training completed over 1 day.

Classes run from 0800 to 1600 (time can be altered if necessary). Trainees absent from any component of the program will not be issued a certification until they have completed all requirements.

Pre-requisites
No

For a list of current course dates view our calendar here: Newfoundland or Nova Scotia


Confined Space Hazardous Entry (CSHE)


Training Overview
This course will provide training for safety attendants and entry personnel required to work in both non-IDLH and IDLH confined spaces (Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health). This course includes all topics covered under the Awareness level training course plus additional training for hazardous entry conditions Topics include: review of applicable regulations and codes; program / permit / entry checklist requirements; confined space hazards and control measures; atmospheric monitoring principles; ventilation principals; non-entry rescue options. Practical components include: respiratory protection (SCBA and SABA); PPE; and entry and retrieval systems. Practical training will be conducted at our space simulator on site.


Training Duration and Timings
Approximately 16 hours of training completed over 2 days.

Classes run from 0800 to 1600 (time can be altered if necessary). Trainees absent from any component of the program will not be issued a certification until they have completed all requirements.


Pre-requisites
No

For a list of current course dates view our calendar here: Newfoundland or Nova Scotia

 

 Confined Space Rescue (CSR)


Training Overview
This course will provide basic training for Rescue Team personnel and will provide rescue training for both non-IDLH and IDLH confined spaces (Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health). Classroom topics include: review of applicable regulations and codes including rescue team training standards; rescue permit / rescue checklist requirements; confined space hazards and control measures; atmospheric monitoring principles; ventilation principals; non-entry rescue options; respiratory protection; PPE; entry and retrieval systems; patient packaging and extrication principals. Practical components include: scene assessment, body manipulation and movement in confined spaces, SCBA and SABA rescues; SKED / patient packaging; lifting systems and multiple rescue exercises in various roles (rescuer, supervisor, and support). Practical training will be conducted at the Falck Safety Services confined space simulator on site.

Training Duration and Timings
Approximately 24 hours of training completed over 3 days.

Classes run from 0800 to 1600 (time can be altered if necessary). Trainees absent from any component of the program will not be issued a certification until they have completed all requirements.

Pre-requisites
No

For a list of current course dates view our calendar here: Newfoundland or Nova Scotia

 

Confined Space Technical Rescue (CSTR)


Training Overview
The Confined Space Technical Rescue course has been developed provide confined space and high angle rescue training for industrial rescue team personnel in both non-IDLH and IDLH confined spaces (Immediately Dangerous to Life and Health). This course will focus on instructing the required techniques and equipment to safely perform rescue from both confined spaces and heights.

Practical training will be conducted at our confined space simulator onsite

Training Duration and Timings
Approximately 40 hours of training completed over 5 days.

Classes run from 0800 to 1600 (time can be altered if necessary). Trainees absent from any component of the program will not be issued a certification until they have completed all requirements.


Pre-requisites
No

For a list of current course dates view our calendar here: Newfoundland or Nova Scotia

 

Technical Rope Rescue (TRR)


Training Overview
The Technical Rope / High Angle Rescue course has been developed to provide high angle rescue training for industrial rescue team personnel. This course will focus on instructing the required techniques and explaining the equipment to safely rig various rescue systems and perform a variety of rescues at height.

Topics include: review of applicable regulations & codes; knots and anchor rigging techniques; rappelling and rope climbing; pick-off rescue techniques; raising and lowering systems rigging; and patient packaging using a basket litter.

Training Duration & Timings
Approximately 32 hours of training completed over 4 days. Classes run from 0800 to 1600 (time can be altered if necessary). 


Pre-requisites
No


For a list of current course dates view our calendar  here: Newfoundland or Nova Scotia


Atmospheric Gas Testing (AGT)


Training Overview
This training program is designed to provide all offshore and shore-based personnel with the knowledge and skills required to perform the role of Authorized Gas Tester.  The training is focused on the basics of atmospheric monitoring and usage of the various gas detectors employed at Canadian oil & gas facilities.

Training Duration & Timings
Approximately 8 hours of training completed over 1 day. Classes run from 0800 to 1600 (time can be altered if necessary). 


Pre-requisites
No


For a list of course dates view our calendar: Newfoundland or Nova Scotia