Professional development and security training programs designed to conquer the challenges of today's complex world
Hundreds of chemicals are used in the workplace. How do you know which are hazardous and how to protect yourself and others from them? By learning the WHMIS, participants will be able to identify hazardous materials and know how to safely use them.
A transition from WHMIS to GHS, implemented by public authorities in 2015, will also be taught during this training.
With the rise of the terrorist threat globally, security guards must be more vigilant than ever. When patrolling clients’ sites, they must identify suspicious objects or behaviours and act accordingly without unduly alarming the public if possible.
This training provides basic knowledge and understanding of explosive devices, hazardous materials and emergency procedures (search, evacuation, cooperation with public forces, etc.).
The term “active shooter” describes someone engaged in killing or attempting to kill people, most often with firearms. It is one of the most traumatic events someone can experience, whether it occurs in the workplace, at school or in public places like malls or movie theatres.
As shown in the news, active-shooter incidents can happen at any given time, anywhere. Security guards have to know how to react and adjust swiftly to help shield as many people as possible from harm.