Quality Safety Services

Pointing Business & People in a Safe Direction

Providing quality safety services to your business. Mitigate your risk, add to your bottom line through reduced injuries and accidents.

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First Aid

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Working at Heights

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Fork Lift

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Robert Halfyard

Linda Frye

Rodney M. Orr

Allan Babin

Carolyn Burke

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Here’s what our happy clients had to say about our services:

“We had training provided by Alternative Safety Solutions and it was great. The instructor was knowledgeable and kept our employees engaged. Many of our employees feedback was that they were happy how the training was conducted and related to their jobs. I would recommend Alternative Safety Solutions to others!”

Nadia Saunders

“Instructor was wonderful and made the class fun while learning, which keeps you interested”

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“Amazing course, gets you involved and doing what is required in a real situation”

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“Casual environment, broke the tension from role playing”

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“Very friendly and personable instructor, communicated clearly and managed to hold everyone’s attention”

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Latest News

Working at heights

May 7th, 2020|0 Comments

Workers on construction projects who use fall protection devices must take a working at heights training program. The program must be: approved by the Ministry of Labour, Training and Skills Development's Chief Prevention Officer, delivered by a training provider who has been approved by the Chief Prevention Officer, taken before a worker can use fall protection

Protecting Your Employees During a Pandemic

May 5th, 2020|0 Comments

Ontario’s Occupational Health and Safety Act says that employers and supervisors should “take every precaution reasonable in the circumstances for the protection of a worker.” This is known as the general duty clause, but what it means in an uncertain period such as during a pandemic is a question many employers have been asking WSPS.

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