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Safety in Schools – WHMIS 2015 Course

SWIFT Learning and well-known, highly respected industry professionals developed this FREE two-hour Safety in Schools course, WHMIS 2015.  Course Description: The Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) has aligned with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) to reflect elements of a United Nations initiative. The updated WHMIS program is Canadian […]

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Safety in Schools – Your Mental Health & Well-Being Course

Presenting our FREE, Your Mental Health & Well-Being Course developed in partnership with Safety in Schools. This online course is available to students in any school and in any province through the Safety in School’s online library. Mental health affects everything in a person’s life, including relationships, success in school, and even physical health. Everyone faces […]

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Safety in Schools Training – General Electrical Safety

SWIFT Learning and well-known, highly respected industry professionals developed this FREE two-hour Safety in Schools course on General Electrical Safety.  Course Description: Electricity is so widely used that it is easy to forget how dangerous it can be. Inadequate safety precautions while dealing with electricity may lead to a fatal electrical shock. Therefore, it is […]

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Safety in Schools Training – General Fire Safety

SWIFT Learning and well-known, highly respected industry professionals developed this FREE two-hour Safety in Schools course on General Fire Safety.  Course Description:  The risk of fire is one of the greatest threats to health, safety, property, and the delivery of services. Fire prevention and protection programs promote an approach to fire safety and prevention that […]

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Safety in Schools Training – Cyberbullying & Digital Citizenship

Know the facts: ( Source: we.org.ca) Almost 1 in 10 Canadian teens say they’ve experienced bullying through social networking sites. More than 1/3 of Canadian teens have seen mean or inappropriate comments about someone they know. Researchers say that bullying usually ends within 10 seconds of an intervention by peers. Course Description: We are all, […]

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