Pricing

The online membership includes unlimited access to our online learning management system. Customize your online training program with our innovative tools and features, with access to new courses released monthly. Online training is portable and accessible, allowing your staff to train whenever and wherever they are, even on their tablet or mobile devices. No need to worry about downloading any new software either; simply sign in and begin learning!

1 Year Commitment Billed Monthly

$6

PER USER PER MONTH

  • 20 Users Minimum

  • 100+ Courses

  • No Setup Fee

1 Year Commitment Billed Annually

$5

PER USER PER MONTH

  • 20 Users Minimum

  • 100+ Courses

  • No Setup Fee

3 Year Commitment Billed Monthly

$4.80

PER USER PER MONTH

  • 20 Users Minimum

  • 100+ Courses

  • No Setup Fee

3 Year Commitment Billed Annually

$4

PER USER PER MONTH

  • 20 Users Minimum

  • 100+ Courses

  • No Setup Fee

Our Top Online Training Courses

For a full list, visit the course library.

English

Absenteeism Training
Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities Act (AODA)
Accident Investigation
Aerial Lift
Agricultural Worker Training
Anhydrous Ammonia Awareness
Arc Flash Awareness
Asbestos Awareness
ATV Safety Awareness
Automotive Hoists Training
Bear Awareness
Behaviour Based Safety
Blood Borne Pathogens
Box Cutter & Utility Knife Safety
Building an Engaged Work Team
Canada Labour Code Part II
Cargo Securement
Cash Handling
Chainsaw Safety
Chemical Spills Response
Coaching for Better Job Performance
Combustible Dust Awareness
Compressed Gas
Conducting a Performance Review
Confined Space
Conflict Resolution
Contractor Health & Safety
Conveyor Systems Safety
Customer Service Excellence
Daily Log Training
Defensive Driving
Due Diligence
Effective Workplace Communication Training
Electrical Safety
Electrocution Hazards
External Theft Prevention
Federal Health & Safety Committee Training
Fire Extinguisher Safety
Fire Safety
First Aid Awareness
Food Safety
Fork Lift/Lift Truck
Gas Detection
Globally Harmonized System
Ground Disturbance
Hoist and Rigging Safety
How to Conduct a Job Interview
Hand Tool Safety
Hydrogen Sulphide (H2S) Awareness
Job Hazard Analysis
Keep it Professional
Ladder Safety
Lifting Loads Safety
Lockout Tagout
Loading Dock Safety
Lone Worker Safety
Manual Material Handling
Mobile Equipment and Pedestrians
Motorcycle Safety
Mold Prevention
New Employee Safety Orientation
Newcomers Worker Awareness
Non-Certified Health and Safety Committee Member Training
NORM Awareness
Occupational Health & Safety Management Systems
Office Ergonomics
Organizational Culture
Overhead Cranes Training
Pallet Truck Safety
Patient Handling
Personal Hygiene
Personal Protective Equipment
Propane Safety
Provincial Safety Committee Training
Radiation Safety Awareness
Respirable Dust Awareness
Respirator Protection
Safe Operation of Order Pickers
Safe Operation of Telehandlers
Scaffold Safety
Shift Work and Fatigue Awareness
Skid Steer Training
Slips, Trips and Falls
Steam Safety Awareness Training
Struck By Hazards
Substance Abuse in the Workplace
Supervisor Safety Awareness
Tractor Safety
Transportation of Dangerous Goods
Use of Cell Phones at Work
Welding and Allied Processes
WHMIS
WHMIS Refresher
WHMIS 2015 based on the Globally Harmonized System
Wildlife Awareness
Work Area Protection
Worker Safety Awareness
Workplace Mental Health Awareness
Workplace Violence & Harassment
Workplace Inspection
Working at Heights
Working at Temperatures
Working Safely with Silica
Workplace Bullying
Workplace Diversity
Workplace Stress
Young Worker Awareness

French

Analyse de la sécurité des tâches
Code Canadien du Travail – Partie II
Cours d’initiation à la sécurité à l’intention des nouveau
Enquête sur les incidents
Équipement de protection individuelle (L’ÉPI)
Formation en ligne sur L’Ergonomie au Bureau
Formation en ligne sur la Diligence Raisonnable
Formation En Ligne Sur Les Dangers Et La Prévention Dincendie
Formation en Ligne sur la Manutention Manuelle des Materiaux
Formation en Ligne sur la Sécurité des échelle
Inspection des lieux de travail
l’accessibilité pour les personnes handicapées de l’Ontario (LAPHO)
La chariots des élévateurs
Le Cadenassage, Protection Contre Les Énergies Dangereuse
Les techniques de levage sécuritaires
Prévention des glissades, des trébuchements et des chutes de hauteur
Risques de collision
SIMDUT
Transport des merchandises dangereuses
Violence et harcèlement en milieu de travail
Formation attention aux ours
Rappel sur le SIMDUT
Formation Protection contre les chutes
Travail Par Quarts et Sensibilisationla a la Fatigue