Welcome to the Motor Safety Association’s Operating Powered Mobile Equipment Safely in Work Environments online training course. This course will examine some basic safety information that is important to know when operating powered mobile equipment in a congested work environment. All worksites have hazards that are specific to them, so proper planning and communication with everyone involved is an absolute must.
This course will be approximately 1.5 hours long, consisting of 7 modules. Each module will be followed by a short quiz and the final exam will follow the last module. A mark of 100% will be required to pass each of the quizzes and 80% needed to pass the final exam. Upon successful completion of the course, a printable certificate will be available for download. Links within each module are considered additional resources and are not mandatory for successful completion of this course.
Estimated program length: Varies based on student commitment
This course is designed to help companies integrate safety into their entire management system. The information in this manual is based on current (2020) legislation in the provinces of Saskatchewan.
Your organization’s safety manual and program need not follow the format and order used in this presentation & manual.
However, it is important to note that MSA’s published standard reflects the MINIMUM legal requirements and ACCEPTED management requirements for a safety management system.
This course was developed to provide the towing and recovery industry with information on their basic legal responsibilities and a consistent approach in identifying and safely controlling common workplace hazards. It is not intended to provide a “ready-made” health and safety program. While the hazards and controls described in this document may be common to many towing and recovery firms, employers — with input from their supervisors and workers — need to develop and implement an effective health and safety program that is specific to their operation.
This course will test your knowledge with short section quizzes that require a mark of 100% to progress through to the next section and a final examination of the information provided upon completion of this course, which will require a mark of 80% to achieve a passing grade and certificate.
Estimate program length: 1 hour
Contains Module(s): The following modules are just some of the topics and discussions covered in Towing a Trailer Safely. This is a program that is participant-based that will require an examination of the materials covered upon completion. Each module will be followed by a quick quiz and the final exam will follow module five. 80% will be required to pass the final exam and upon successful completion of the course a printable certificate will be available for download.
Please Note: You must reach 100% on each quick quiz to advance to the next module.
Welcome to the Tractor Safety online training workshop offered by the Motor Safety Association (MSA). In this workshop we will review some basic safety information that is important to know when operating a tractor. All tractors have hazards that are specific to each tractor. This is based on the type of tractor you are operating and the conditions you are operating in.
This course will be approximately 2 hours long and will go toward the necessary 16 hours of training that is required to be deemed a competent operator. The goal of this online course is to help educate employees regarding the safe use of a tractor.
Estimated program length: 2 to 4 Hours
This is a program that is participant based and will require an examination of the materials covered upon completion.
The information provided within this course is a guideline that is meant to inform and educate. The employee’s ability to perform the practices discussed will depend on his/her experience and the site specific training provided by the employer.
Please refer to the Occupational Health and Safety (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System) Regulations and your company’s health and safety manual/materials for additional information.
This course should take approximately 1.5 to 2 hrs to complete and is intended for informational and educational purposes. It is participation based, with section quizzes and a final exam of which 80% will be required to pass. All videos and links to documentation are for informational purposes and are not required to pass this course.