Monday, February 8, 2016
The Ironworker Job Steward program is a comprehensive communications and training tool. It is intended to advance the knowledge, abilities and skills of Job Stewards and to enhance their effectiveness and value in representing their union.
Tuesday, July 7, 2015
The Oilsands Orientation is 4.5 hour instructor led course that is a pre-site access requirements for the four OSSA member sites. Honeywell Safety services is offering this course on behalf of Ironworkers Local 720
Monday, April 20, 2015
Our 1 day (8:00am to 4:30pm) course consists of classroom theory, a written test and practical hands on experience. Course content is delivered through multimedia presentations and interactive discussion, then reinforced through workbooks and supplementa
Learning is designed so that both new and experienced supervisors will find the learning valuable. New supervisors will find a core foundation of skills that will propel them to success. Experienced supervisors will find new solutions to issues.
Was established by AIT to encourage and recognize the study of business by persons who are certified in an Alberta designated trade or occupation. The Blue Seal is issued to eligible individuals once the program standard has been fulfilled.
The ACSA has released a new version of Construction Safety Training System (CSTS-09) with new video, graphics and new and updated course content. An upgrade is being made available for those interested in upgrading their certification to the new version.
The course is approximately eight hours in duration and includes an instructor led presentation, practical exercises, class discussion, DVD presentation, written knowledge test, and practical exam.
Fall Protection is an 8-hour course designed to familiarize the Ironworker in the proper use and inspection of a full body harness and means of connection between harness and a qualified anchorage point or anchorage connector in conjunction with legislati
This two-day course will teach you to recognize and provide intervention for life-threatening emergencies until medical aid arrives. This course will include practical instruction on how to:
Foreman Training for Ironworkers is a 24-hour course designed to develop skilled Ironworker foremen. During this course the participants will learn the roles and responsibilities of the foreman.
The Industrial Construction Crew Supervisor is the immediate supervisor of a crew of skilled construction workers on heavy industrial sites. Commonly used titles for this occupation include foreman, forewoman, foreperson, first line supervisor...
Blueprint Reading for Ironworkers is a 24-hour course designed to provide the Iron Worker student with training in the elements of construction drawing, steel frame construction drawings, types of drawings, architectural and engineering drawings...
Pre-Apprentice Training for Ironworkers is a 40-hour course designed to provide the Iron Worker student with the initial knowledge and skills required for his or her first day on the job site.
Layout Instruments is a 4 hour course designed to provide the Iron Worker student with training in using basic layout tools, using automatic levels, and Laser/Electronic Tape Measures.
The primary objective of this program is to combine formal training with the individual's personal field experience. An NCSO provides a valuable resource to management in the administration and implementation of the company's Health & Safety Program.
For Ironworkers course is designed to develop skilled Ironworker superintendents. During this blended learning course (combination of self-study, online exercises, and group-based training) the participants will learn the roles and responsibilities...
Survival of the Fittest/Standards of Excellence course requires 8 classroom hours and provides apprentices and journeymen with useful information about the challenges facing our union and provides thought provoking questions and suggestions for...
WorkFace Planning is the creation of small, well defined, Field Installation Work Packages (FIWP) for the construction workforce. A typical FIWP is one rotation of work (5 or 10 days) for one crew in one discipline.