Automotive and Manufacturing
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Automotive and Manufacturing – An Industry That Could Be Fatal
Alongside Health and Social Services, the Manufacturing industry has the highest number of recorded lost time claims. Although the two are roughly on par in terms of the adjusted, total amount of injuries per total number of workers, the bulk of accidents in Manufacturing are of a different nature than the ones in Health.
According to the AWCBC, over one third of all accidents that happen in a Canadian manufacturing setting are traumas, likely due to falls or improper handling of equipment and/or tools. Given these circumstances, it is vital that both current and future employees in the Manufacturing sector receive appropriate safety training.
The following list includes several of the most common manufacturing jobs and the safety courses associated with each.
Do you know that?
Manufacturing industry has the second highest number of recorded lost time claims out of all industries.
of all incidents that happen in a Canadian manufacturing setting are traumas.
The most common cause of incidents are falls and improper use of equipment and tools.
The injury rate in manufacturing from 2010 to 2014 was consistently higher than the injury rate for all sectors combined.
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To achieve the best pricing for volume orders, eSafetyFirst Canada has developed a dynamic discount system which take into count not only which courses you will order but also the quantity of them.
The way it works is that rather focusing on discounting just a specific product, as all our competitors are doing, we are taking into account your entire shopping cart quantity.
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Courses Recommended for Automotive and Manufacturing
The Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System or WHMIS course is mandatory for people working in the automotive and manufacturing sector. This course helps workers identify the various classes of WHMIS materials, from volatile organic compounds to key gases and other dangerous chemicals, and teaches them to work safely with the latter.
While fall-related injuries and deaths are not as prevalent in manufacturing as they are in construction, where they are a leading cause of death, they still rank in the top three overall workplace accidents. This course focuses on the importance of fall protection, fall protection systems and components, calculations and fall protection planning and procedures.
Manufacturing has a diverse set of material handling needs. Order pickers are needed for picking parts, tuggers for moving them throughout the facility, and forklifts for moving pallets of product. However, maneuvering a forklift correctly requires training and experience. This Forklift Training program is following the latest CSA Standard, B335-15 (R2020), addressed to employees who operate forklifts or who are required to work around these vehicles on a daily basis.
Manufacturing plants rely on extensive equipment and complex machinery to hasten production lines. The Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) course includes practical procedures and information that helps employees avoid unexpected energy discharges. This is particularly important for maintenance and repair personnel.
New technologies are introduced to industrial facilities on a regular basis, which is why electrical safety has become a pressing concern. This program helps workers identify potential sources of electrical discharge at their workplace – such as cords, installations, or machineries – and understand what steps they must take to avoid unnecessary exposure to electric hazards.
Since fire hazards are particularly frequent in Manufacturing, employees must be prepared to not prevent, but also deal with fires when they take place. This course provides practical information in terms of when, how, and which fire extinguisher should be use in case of an outbreak.
Due to its hazardous consequences on the human body, the use of asbestos has been restricted in many jurisdictions. This course helps employees understand the risks of working with and/or around asbestos, while also offering practical knowledge on how the substance can be avoided.
Workers in Manufacturing are at higher risk of fire-related injury than in other industries, which is why it is therefore imperative for workers in this sector to undergo Fire Safety training. The course covers prevention methods, safety protocols, and procedures that must be carried out in case of an outbreak.
The increasing incidence of arc flash events in the automotive and manufacturing facilities has led to the demand for better training and awareness. Arc Flash Safety is a course designed to help employees, who work on or near electrical assemblies, understand key terms related to arc flashes and basic electrical concepts.
All industrial manufacturers must wear one form or another of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). This program covers the reasons why PPE is necessary, information on how the latter must be maintained, as well as other related protocols.
Due to their widespread use in building and loading, cranes are employed by manufacturers in order to ship goods. The risks associated with these machineries can be life-threatening for both the operator and other employees. This course covers basic aspects of safely working with or around cranes and is dedicated both to operators and non-operators.
Automotive and Manufacturing industry involves a tremendous variety of hazards that can put workers' health and/or safety at risk, such as slips, falls, chemicals, heat, noise, radiation, etc. This program provides information on how to identify hazards, as well as how to report them or refuse work if hazards have not been correctly controlled or work conditions are deemed unsafe.
The automotive and Manufacturing industry involves a tremendous variety of hazards which can put workers' health and safety at risk. Incident investigation is a tool for identifying hazards in the workplace and exploring ways to control them. This course provides essential information needed in order to complete a practical workplace incident investigation by emphasizing how to find the root cause(s) and make effective recommendations to prevent similar occurrences from ever happening again.
Whether due to harmful chemicals from painting or dangerous minerals that can easily become airborne, Respiratory Protection is often a critical aspect of working in Manufacturing. This course covers essential information about respirators, such as appropriate usage, maintenance, and procedures in case of breached containment.
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Frequently Asked Questions
All our courses are compliant with OHS and the CSA Standards which the Worker Compensation Boards follow. However, there are some courses which also require the hands-on practice and evaluation, on top of the theoretical training and evaluation which is offered by the online training.
For these courses, we have included, in our training modules and in their respective resources section, an operator evaluation checklist which you can use to assist you with this hands-on practice and evaluation. This part of the training is done offline and has to be workplace specific and as such, it is not something that we are able to offer.
Once you finish with your checkout process, you will immediately be credited with the courses that you have purchased. You can then use the “Invite New Users” function or the “Group Training” option, depending on your preferred method of training, to assign the courses to your workers.
No. Each email used in the invitational process has to be unique for each person taking the course.
If your workers do not have an email address, you can use the invitation function for workers without an email address, by clicking “Yes” in the checkbox near the question “DO YOU HAVE WORKERS WITHOUT EMAIL ADDRESS?”. This will open a different invitation process that does not use email addresses for.
Yes. Please note that you do, however, have to log out after each session so the next worker can login using his personal details.
To log out from an account, you will have to click “My Account” from the top right corner of the website and once you are in your user control panel, click the “Log out” button.
Workers invited to take a course will have up to one year to complete their training so this should offer them plenty of time to do it.
Yes. When you pause a course, a bookmark will be left to that slide / module. You can later resume from there or chose to start from the beginning of the module.
If your workers are invited in an individual training system (they do the training from their own account), they will have unlimited exam attempts.
If your workers are participating in a group training, they will have one re-attempt per module. This is to prevent the entire group from waiting for certain individuals that are not paying attention to the training session.
Not at this moment. All our courses are online.