Coquitlam, Canada, February 01, 2019 --(PR.com
)-- Metro Safety is a training institute located in Canada that serves to protect the community. Founded in 2008, the training school hopes to provide professional health safety training to workers employed in risky jobs in Canada.
For the past 11 years, expert trainers and medics at Metro Safety have helped deliver practical and theoretical first-aid training courses in Coquitlam to help students mitigate workplace medical emergencies.
The training institute is now opening a new campus in Surrey that’ll help protect workers from all occupations, including construction workers, roofers, and steel welders to forklift drivers, scaffold workers, and on-site medics.
The new health training school strives to bring about a positive change in the working conditions of Surrey workers through the 3-level occupational first-aid courses ranging from 8-hour, 36-hour, and 72-hour long courses.
Speaking about the leading occupational first-aid courses, a representative of the company said, “We’ve designed a three-level program to help out workers who can’t commit to long hours of training. Each course offers significant information of first-aid that’s recognized by the Work Safe Organization in British Columbia. Our teachers train students to handle medical emergencies that arise in the workplace. Not only do they get basic training in CPR and RSI injuries, but they also learn how to provide first-aid for fractures, eye injuries, and burn management.”
Besides offering first-aid training, Metro Safety also provides comprehensive workplace safety courses that include fall protection training, forklift training, confined space safety courses, and traffic control person training.
Elaborating on the stellar workplace safety courses
, the representative said, “Our trainers teach workers on the proper way to manage forklift machines through theoretical and practical guidance. They’re taught how to secure body belts, anchor lanyards, and lock harnesses to protect them from falling from heights. Construction workers who work in confined areas are taught how to manoeuvre safely and stay away from hazardous places. They’ll also be taught a course on transportation and road safety which includes setting up and maintaining work zones in commercial areas.”
As responsible employees, contact the team of Metro Safety in Surrey and schedule workplace safety courses and first-aid training courses beginning in April 2019.
Not only are these courses geared to help save lives, but these courses will also help decrease the rate of workplace injuries in Surrey, Canada.
About Metro Safety
Established since 2008, Metro Safety Training has been part of the Coquitlam's Community providing needed education in the field of First-Aid Training and striving to be industry leaders.
They’re now opening a new training campus in Surrey which will offer certified First-Aid training and workplace courses including Forklift, Confined Space, and Fall Protection training. Areas they serve include Vancouver, Coquitlam, Burnaby, and Surrey in British Columbia.
Address: 914, Sherwood Avenue, Coquitlam, BC V3K 1A6, Canada.