RUSafe Three-Day Workshop

At work, safety should always come first.

But what are your responsibilities under the law?  How can you help maintain a safe working environment?

RUSafe Inc. is a provider of quality occupational health and safety management, hazard training and safety education.  It has performed safety management audits for several companies across North America with “a variety of regulations and standards”, providing a wide array of knowledge in safety requirements and hazard controls.

Dates and Times:

Lunenburg Fire Department Building
25 Medway St., Lunenburg, NS

Day 1 – Tuesday, May 25th, 2010
8:00 am – 5:00 pm
Due Diligence and Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)

Day 2 – Wednesday, May 26th, 2010
8:00 am – 4:30pm
Safety Programming / Occupational Health & Safety

Day 3 – Thursday, May 27th, 2010
9:00 am – 4:00 pm
CPR / First Aid

Refreshments will be provided for all registered participants and there is no charge to attend but you will be responsible for providing your own lunch during a one-hour lunch period.

Note: Participants can attend one, two or three days (you don’t have to attend all days but please specify to Chip or Toba which you will be attending).

Note: If you are attending DAY 3, you must attend the whole day because it is being taught by a separate provider – St. John’s Ambulance.

About the Instructor:

Among other things, Arleigh Robar has provided fall protection and safety through several projects, including the Exxon Mobile Refinery in Dartmouth, the refit of two Russian fishing trawlers into offshore supply vessels, and many other container ships and pipe-laying vessels for Nova Scotia’s offshore oil and gas.  He has worked on confined space entry with Exxon, Nova Scotia Power, and several paper and lumber mills.  Visit their website to learn more about Arleigh and RUSafe Inc.

If you wish to attend, please contact Chip or Toba and register no later than Friday, May 21st!.

Phone: 902.423.2378     Fax: 902.423.2379   Chip’s cell: 902.401.2442

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