Edmonton, Canada, December 06, 2014 --(PR.com
)-- Fortunately, with the right training and proper adherence to safety protocol, individuals can prevent potential risks before they ever happen. To ensure that all load management work environments are safe MI Safety (http://www.misafety.ca/) is now offering comprehensive online slinging and rigging safety training.
Edmonton residents who are interested in a career in load management can rely on the crane slinging and ringing safety course to teach them all about how the different types of equipment they will be working with, how to use them, and when to use them. The in-depth training involved in the course sets students up for success with a wealth of knowledge that will ultimately advance them in their careers.
According to MI Safety, the slinging and rigging course covers a variety of different topics including “Hoisting and Rigging Hazards, Typical Procedures and Precautions for safe work and [how] to mitigate these hazards.” More specifically, a wide range of information including hardware, crane operator responsibilities, Working Load Limits, and Maximum Breaking Strength will also be covered.
Individuals who are interested in enrolling into the slinging and rigging course or other safety training courses can visit the MI Safety website at http://www.misafety.ca/ to learn more.
About MI Safety
Today, MI Safety Inc. offers OSSA Fall Protection, Enform H2S Alive, OSSA Confined Space Entry and Monitoring, Global Ground Disturbance Level I and II, Standard First Aid Training with CPR, OSSA Regional Orientation, as well as a number of other safety training courses.