Wildlife Awareness Training Online

Wildlife Awareness Training Online

Outdoor workers face hazards related to the plants and animals in the areas where they work. The types of hazards depend on the work, location, weather, and how much time workers spend outside.

Course Duration
30 minutes



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Wildlife Awareness training provides an overview of the wildlife hazards in northern Canada, including how workers can identify and prevent potentially dangerous situations.

Who Needs Wildlife Awareness Training?

Outdoor workers in mining, forestry, oil, and related industries in northern Canada. Supervisors and managers of outdoor workers in northern Canada.

Course Outline

Diseases from Animals

  • Rabies
  • Tick-borne diseases
  • Mosquito-borne diseases

Poisonous Plants

  • Death cup toadstool
  • Poisonous fly amanita
  • Poison Ivy
  • Poison Oak
  • Northern Water Hemlock
  • Red Baneberry and White Baneberry

Insects and Spiders

  • Black widow spider
  • Stinging/biting insects


  • Rattlesnakes
  • Desert nightshade CA
  • Massasauga CA

Large Animals

  • Bear
  • Moose
  • Wolverine
  • Wolf
  • Canadian Lynx
  • Cougar