Slip, trips and falls are some of the leading causes of injuries in the trucking industry. This course provides information on some of the causes and preventive measures relevant to trucking and applicable in the workplace or in daily life. We also talk about sprains and strains as a cause or effect of slips, trips, and falls.
Who should take this course? This course is designed for professional, experienced truck drivers looking to fine-tune their skills. It is not for new or inexperienced drivers; it is recommended that participants have at least one year of professional driving completed before taking this course.
This Canadian Trucking Alliance course for experienced professional drivers is a professional development course in Manitoba. This course meets the regulatory requirements for LCV drivers in Alberta, BC, and Saskatchewan, as well. This course consists of four hours in the classroom and a three hour road test**. There is a manual supplied by the MTA that participants can keep upon completion of the LCV course.
This first-aid and cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) course provides the skills needed to recognize and respond to cardiovascular emergencies and choking for Adults, Children and Infants. This course, provided by St. John Ambulance, is suitable for workplace requirements. RPM’s Emergency First Aid with CPR Level C & AED training is a member benefit only. In order to register, your company must be registered with RPM and currently working towards, or have achieved SAFE Work Certification.
This training will provide Safety Managers the understanding of the tasks associated to Fleet Safety Management. They will develop the skills for data gathering and analysis for evidence-based decisions. They will learn how to identify, assess, and mitigate Fleet Safety Management risks as well as how to recognize connections between organizational units and influence positive safety outcomes. This training will provide the skills to develop and implement policy and procedure and an understanding of the methods of developing adult learning and delivery models.
Join us on Thursday, June 2nd to learn more about how RPM: Trucking Industry Safety can help your trucking company! RPM is the Certifying Partner with SAFE Work Manitoba for the trucking industry. The RPM Trucking Industry Safety Program was established in 2015 to provide workplace health and safety services to the trucking industry in Manitoba. The program is hosted by the Manitoba Trucking Association, and funded by a levy paid by the industry and administered by SAFE Work Manitoba.