Public Course Registration

November 30 - December 1

- Mental Health First Aid, Orillia (Nov. 30 – Dec. 1)

In any given year, one if five people in Canada are living with a mental illness. By 2020, it’s estimated that 20% of all time off from work in Canada will be due to depression.

MHFA Canada is an evidence based program of The Mental Health Commission of Canada.

Taking MHFA provides skills to use with others as well as oneself. It was designed and reviewed by experts, and is intended ideally as an early intervention strategy.

More Information Learn More

Who should take this course? This course is for everyone and is not targeted to a specific place of business, industry, walk of life, or experience. Many  workplaces are looking at MHFA as they do physical first aid and are having their First Aiders, Joint Health and Safety Committee members, Supervisors and Managers, and any concerned employee as possible attendants. MHFA is a valuable tool for workplaces that are also at a high risk of workplace violence and harassment.

Mental Health issues and concerns are not restricted to any work environment or industry. The general public, those in the Health Care, Community service, Police and Emergency Services, and places of higher education where personal interaction and “stressful” situations occur would also find this training invaluable.

MHFA is a 2 day course. The participants will get a manual, and will have a certificate sent to them from the Mental Health Commission of Canada upon successful completion.

Type: Mental Health First Aid Training (2 days):
Time: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM:
Cost: $225.00/person plus HST ; includes all training materials:
Location:

14 Matchedash Street North

Orillia, ON

L3V 4T5

  1. Mental Health and Stigma

    • What is Mental Health First Aid?
    • Common mental health problems
    • Five basic actions of mental health first aid
    • Stigma and discrimination
  2. Substance-related Disorde

    • What is a substance-related disorder?
    • Signs and symptoms
    • Risk factors
    • MHFA for substance-related problems
    • Crisis first aid for overdose
    • Treatment and resources
  3. Mood-related Disorders

    • Types of mood-related disorders
    • Signs and symptoms
    • Risk factors
    • Substance use and mood disorders
    • Suicide in Canada
    • MHFA for mood-related problems
    • Crisis first aid for suicidal behaviour
    • Treatment and resources

    What is a mood-related disorder?

  4. Anxiety and Trauma-related Disorders

    • What are anxiety and trauma related disorders?
    • Types of anxiety and trauma related disorders
    • Signs and symptoms
    • Risk factors
    • Substance use and anxiety disorders
    • MHFA for anxiety and trauma related problems
    • Crisis first aid for panic attacks
    • Crisis first aid for acute stress reactions
    • Treatment and resources
  5. Psychotic Disorders

    • What is a psychotic disorder?
    • Types of psychotic disorders
    • Signs and symptoms
    • Risk factors
    • Substance use and psychotic disorders
    • MHFA for psychotic disorders
    • Crisis first aid for psychotic episodes
Please Note:

Program is subject to change based on bookings. Non-attendance without written notification received prior to five days before course start date will incur costs.


December 4 - December 5

- Standard First Aid Training (Level C), Orillia (December 4-5)

Standard First Aid Training and CPR Training (Level C) in Orillia (December 4-5). Recognized provider by WSIB. This program has been developed by CBHM and is taught by Health Care Professionals/Emergency First Responders. CBHM has been providing quality training since 1997 to make a difference.

More Information Learn More

**New ILCOR Guidelines** Program updated September 2011 – “All For Safety – Handling Emergency Situations” continues to set the standard. Taught by dynamic Health Care Professionals/Emergency First Responders.

Type: Standard First Aid Certification (2-day program):
Level C: Adult, Child, Infant CPR:
Time: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM:
Cost: $120.00/person plus HST ; includes all training materials:
Location:

14 Matchedash Street North

Orillia, ON

L3V 4T5

ALL FOR SAFETY™ – Handling Emergency Situations

Standard First Aid (Ontario) Outline

  • Legal Responsibilities (understanding consent, implied consent, abandonment)
  • Safeguarding Your Health; Communicable Diseases
  • Personal Protective Equipment; Glove Removal; Decontamination Protocols
  • Scene Survey; Primary Survey; Secondary Survey; Ongoing Casualty Care

SFA Core Content – signs, symptoms & treatment for:

  • Emergency Scene Management (ESM)
  • Shock, Unconsciousness, Fainting
  • Choking (mild and severe airway obstruction adult/child, special circumstances)
  • Severe Bleeding (internal & external); Wound Care; Burns
  • Cardiovascular Emergencies
  • One and Two Rescuer CPR/AED
  • Medical Conditions – Diabetes, Seizures, Allergic Reactions, Asthma

SFA Elective Modules (minimum of eight modules)

  • Bone Muscle and Joint Injuries
  • Head and Spinal Injuries
  • Pelvic, Abdominal and Crush Injuries
  • Environmental Illnesses, Medical Conditions and Injuries
  • Multiple Injury Management
  • Child Resuscitation (choking, CPR/AED)
  • Infant Resuscitation (choking, CPR)
  • Secondary Survey
  • Rescue Carries

Upon Completion of the Program

  • Participants/Companies receive certificates
  • Record of training
Please Note:

Program is subject to change based on bookings. Non-attendance without written notification received prior to five days before course start date will incur costs.


December 4 - December 4

- Working at Heights Training, Barrie (December 4)

Working at Heights Training, Barrie (December 4). Recognized and Approved Provider by the Ministry of Labour.

More Information Learn More

Register for your Working at Heights training now. MOL approved training provider. This training requirement is in addition to existing training requirements* for workers who use fall protection systems on construction projects, as set out in the Construction Projects Regulation (O. Reg. 213/91).

Type: Working at Heights:
Time: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM:
Cost: $135.00/person plus HST; includes all training materials:
Location:

The Creative Space

12 Dunlop St. E.

Barrie, ON

L4M 1A3

Theory Agenda:

  • Rights and responsibilities related to working at heights under the Occupational Health and Safety Act
  • Identification of the Hazards
  • Eliminating or Controlling the Hazards
  • Warning Methods and Physical Barriers
  • Ladders and Similar Equipment
  • Personal Fall Protection Equipment

Practical Agenda:

  • Barriers and Other Fixed Equipment
  • Personal Fall Protection Equipment
  • Anchor points
  • Work Positioning, Access Equipment and Platforms
  • Rescue planning
Please Note:

Program subject to change based on bookings. Non-attendance without written notification received prior to five days before course start date, will incur costs.

Photo identification required at course registration per attending participant.


December 4 - December 4

- Emergency First Aid Training and CPR Training (Level B), Orillia (December 4)

Emergency First Aid and CPR Training (Level B), Orillia (December 4). Recognized provider by WSIB. This program has been developed by CBHM and is taught by Health Care Professionals/Emergency First Responders. CBHM has been providing quality training since 1997 to make a difference.

More Information Learn More

**New ILCOR Guidelines** Program updated September 2011 – “All For Safety – Handling Emergency Situations” continues to set the standard. Taught by dynamic Health Care Professionals/Emergency First Responders.

Type: Emergency First Aid Certification (1-day):
Level B: Adult/Child CPR:
Time: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM:
Cost: $75.00/person plus HST; includes all training materials:
Location:

Venue TBD

ALL FOR SAFETY™ – Handling Emergency Situations

Emergency First Aid (Ontario) Outline

  • Legal Responsibilities (understanding consent, implied consent, abandonment)
  • Safeguarding Your Health; Communicable Diseases
  • Personal Protective Equipment; Glove Removal; Decontamination Protocols
  • Scene Survey; Primary Survey; Secondary Survey; Ongoing Casualty Care

EFA Core Content – Signs, symptoms & treatment for:

  • Emergency Scene Management (ESM)
  • Shock, Unconsciousness, Fainting
  • Choking (mild and severe airway obstruction adult/child, special circumstances)
  • Severe Bleeding (internal & external); Wound Care; Burns
  • Cardiovascular Emergencies
  • One and Two Rescuer CPR/AED
  • Medical Conditions – Diabetes, Seizures, Allergic Reactions, Asthma
Please Note:

Program is subject to change based on bookings. Non-attendance without written notification received prior to five days before course start date will incur costs.


December 6 - December 8

- Part One Basic Certification Training (JHSC), Orillia (December 6-8)

Part One Basic Certification  Training (JHSC), Orillia (December 6-8) . MOL New Standards. Recognized Provider by the Ministry of Labour. CBHM has been providing Expert consultation and training since 1997.

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CBHM’s Part One Basic Certification program (All For Safety™) is an approved provider by the Ministry of Labour. This is a 3-day program.

  • Consider registering now for your Part Two Certification. Part Two must be completed within six months of Part One completion.
Type: Part One Basic Certification (3-day program):
Time: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM:
Cost: $499.00/person plus HST; includes all training materials:
Location:

Agilec Training Room
50 Andrew Street South,
Suite 102, Orillia, Ontario, L3V 7T5
(Orillia City Hall Building)

CBHM’s Part One Basic Certification program (All For Safety™) is an approved provider by the Ministry of Labour. This is a 3-day program.

NEW MOL STANDARDS IN EFFECT AS OF MARCH 1, 2016. 

Canadian Business Health Management Inc. has been providing quality health and safety training to thousands of participants since 1997.

CBHM is a recognized provider by the Ministry of Labour (MOL) for Part One Basic Certification training and Part Two Certification (Workplace Specific Hazards Training) which focuses on a variety of topics including health and safety law, Rights Duties and Responsibilities of Workplace Parties, RACE (Hazard Recognition, Assessment, Control, Controls Evaluation) and investigation techniques.

The Part One Basic Certification (Joint Health and Safety Certification) course is taught by seasoned experts who have extensive industry and managerial experiences from a variety of industry sectors. Participants receive all of the mandatory requirements for certification and come away with the knowledge and skill sets to successfully handle their new responsibilities.

Program Topics:

  • Occupational Health and Safety Law
  • Rights, Duties and Responsibilities of the Workplace Parties
  • Hazard Recognition, Assessment and Control; Evaluation of Hazard Controls
  • Joint Health and Safety Committees
  • Duties and Responsibilities of JHSC Members and Certified Members
  • Health and Safety Resources
Please Note:

Program subject to change based on bookings. Non-attendance without written notification received prior to five days before course start date will incur costs.

Photo identification required at course registration per attending participant.


December 11 - December 12

- Part Two Certification Training, Barrie (December 11-12)

Part Two Certification Training (Workplace Specific Hazards), Barrie (December 11-12). MOL New Standards. Canadian Business Health Management Inc. is a Recognized Provider by the Ministry of Labour. All programs are taught by industry experts.

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Register for your Part Two Certification now. Part Two must be completed within six months of Part One completion. If more than six months have passed, participants must either take a JHSC Refresher course before taking Part Two OR apply to the MOL for an extension.

Type: Part Two Certification (Workplace Specific Hazards) Training:
Time: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM:
Cost: $399.00/person plus HST; includes all training materials:
Location:

12 Dunlop St E.

Barrie, ON

L4M 1A3

Day 1 Modules

Part One Review (RACE) and The Provincial Hazard Priorities, Violence and Harassment, Housekeeping (slips, trips, falls), Manual Material Handling, Ergonomics.

Day 2 Modules*

Emergency Preparedness, Indoor Air Quality, Noise, Flammables/Combustibles, Equipment/Machinery Hazards, Personal Protective Equipment.

*Day 2 Modules subject to change based on attending company requirements (please contact our office for more information).

** Day 3 – please note, at this time CBHM has developed 20 specific hazard modules that reflect the requirements for many sectors. When contacting our office to schedule your Part Two, please identify your workplace specific hazards in order for us to schedule your training dates accordingly.

Please Note:

Program subject to change based on bookings. Non-attendance without written notification received prior to five days before course start date will incur costs.

Photo identification required at course registration per attending participant.


December 14 - December 14

- Working at Heights Training, Orillia (December 14)

Working at Heights Training, Orillia (December 14) . Recognized and Approved Provider by the Ministry of Labour.

More Information Learn More

Register for your Working at Heights training now. MOL approved training provider. This training requirement is in addition to existing training requirements* for workers who use fall protection systems on construction projects, as set out in the Construction Projects Regulation (O. Reg. 213/91).

Type: Working at Heights:
Time: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM:
Cost: $135.00/person plus HST; includes all training materials:
Location:

14 Matchedash Street North

Orillia, ON

L3V 4T5

Theory Agenda:

  • Rights and responsibilities related to working at heights under the Occupational Health and Safety Act
  • Identification of the Hazards
  • Eliminating or Controlling the Hazards
  • Warning Methods and Physical Barriers
  • Ladders and Similar Equipment
  • Personal Fall Protection Equipment

Practical Agenda:

  • Barriers and Other Fixed Equipment
  • Personal Fall Protection Equipment
  • Anchor points
  • Work Positioning, Access Equipment and Platforms
  • Rescue planning
Please Note:

Program subject to change based on bookings. Non-attendance without written notification received prior to five days before course start date will incur costs.

Photo identification required at course registration per attending participant.


January 4 - January 4

- Working at Heights Training, Barrie (January 4)

Working at Heights Training, Barrie (January 4). Recognized and Approved Provider by the Ministry of Labour.

More Information Learn More

Register for your Working at Heights training now. MOL approved training provider. This training requirement is in addition to existing training
requirements* for workers who use fall protection systems on construction projects, as set out in the Construction Projects Regulation (O. Reg. 213/91).

Type: Working at Heights:
Time: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm:
Cost: $135.00/person plus HST; includes all training materials:
Location:

The Creative Space

12 Dunlop St. E.

Barrie, ON

L4M 1A3

Theory Agenda:

  • Rights and responsibilities related to working at heights under the Occupational Health and Safety Act
  • Identification of the Hazards
  • Eliminating or Controlling the Hazards
  • Warning Methods and Physical Barriers
  • Ladders and Similar Equipment
  • Personal Fall Protection Equipment

Practical Agenda:

  • Barriers and Other Fixed Equipment
  • Personal Fall Protection Equipment
  • Anchor points
  • Work Positioning, Access Equipment and Platforms
  • Rescue planning
Please Note:

Program subject to change based on bookings. Non-attendance without written notification received prior to five days before course start date, will incur costs.

Photo identification required at course registration per attending participant.


January 11 - January 11

- Working at Heights Training, Orillia (January 11)

Working at Heights Training, Orillia (January 11). Recognized and Approved Provider by the Ministry of Labour.

More Information Learn More

Register for your Working at Heights training now. MOL approved training provider. This training requirement is in addition to existing training requirements* for workers who use fall protection systems on construction projects, as set out in the Construction Projects Regulation (O. Reg. 213/91).

Type: Working at Heights:
Time: 8:00 am - 4:30 pm:
Cost: $135.00/person plus HST; includes all training materials:
Location:
14 Matchedash St. N.
Orillia, ON
L3V 4T4

 

Theory Agenda

  • Rights and responsibilities related to working at heights under the Occupational Health
    and Safety Act
  • Identification of the Hazards
  • Eliminating or Controlling the Hazards
  • Warning Methods and Physical Barriers
  • Ladders and Similar Equipment
  • Personal Fall Protection Equipment

Practical Agenda

  • Barriers and Other Fixed Equipment
  • Personal Fall Protection Equipment
  • Anchor points
  • Work Positioning, Access Equipment and Platforms
  • Rescue planning
Please Note:

Program subject to change based on bookings. Non-attendance without written notification received prior to five days before course start date, will incur costs.

Photo identification required at course registration per attending participant.


January 22 - January 23

- Standard First Aid Training (Level C), Barrie (January 22-23)

Standard First Aid Training and CPR Training (Level C) in Barrie (January 22-23). Recognized provider by WSIB. This program has been developed by CBHM and is taught by Health Care Professionals/Emergency First Responders. CBHM has been providing quality training since 1997 to make a difference.

More Information Learn More

**New ILCOR Guidelines** Program updated September 2011 – “All For Safety – Handling Emergency Situations” continues to set the standard. Taught by dynamic Health Care Professionals/Emergency First Responders.

Type: Standard First Aid Certification (2-day program):
Level C: Adult, Child, Infant CPR:
Time: 8:00 AM - 4:30 PM:
Cost: $120.00/person plus HST ; includes all training materials:
Location:

12 Dunlop St. E.

Barrie, ON

L4M 1A3

ALL FOR SAFETY™ – Handling Emergency Situations

Standard First Aid (Ontario) Outline

  • Legal Responsibilities (understanding consent, implied consent, abandonment)
  • Safeguarding Your Health; Communicable Diseases
  • Personal Protective Equipment; Glove Removal; Decontamination Protocols
  • Scene Survey; Primary Survey; Secondary Survey; Ongoing Casualty Care

SFA Core Content – signs, symptoms & treatment for:

  • Emergency Scene Management (ESM)
  • Shock, Unconsciousness, Fainting
  • Choking (mild and severe airway obstruction adult/child, special circumstances)
  • Severe Bleeding (internal & external); Wound Care; Burns
  • Cardiovascular Emergencies
  • One and Two Rescuer CPR/AED
  • Medical Conditions – Diabetes, Seizures, Allergic Reactions, Asthma

SFA Elective Modules (minimum of eight modules)

  • Bone Muscle and Joint Injuries
  • Head and Spinal Injuries
  • Pelvic, Abdominal and Crush Injuries
  • Environmental Illnesses, Medical Conditions and Injuries
  • Multiple Injury Management
  • Child Resuscitation (choking, CPR/AED)
  • Infant Resuscitation (choking, CPR)
  • Secondary Survey
  • Rescue Carries

Upon Completion of the Program

  • Participants/Companies receive certificates
  • Record of training
Please Note:

Program is subject to change based on bookings. Non-attendance without written notification received prior to five days before course start date will incur costs.


January 22 - January 22

- Emergency First Aid Training and CPR Training (Level B), Barrie (January 22)

Emergency First Aid and CPR Training (Level B), Barrie (January 22). Recognized provider by WSIB. This program has been developed by CBHM and is taught by Health Care Professionals/Emergency First Responders. CBHM has been providing quality training since 1997 to make a difference.

More Information Learn More

**New ILCOR Guidelines** Program updated September 2011 – “All For Safety – Handling Emergency Situations” continues to set the standard. Taught by dynamic Health Care Professionals/Emergency First Responders.

Type: Emergency First Aid Certification (1-day):
Level B: Adult/Child CPR:
Time: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM:
Cost: $75.00/person plus HST; includes all training materials:
Location:

12 Dunlop St. E.

Barrie, ON

L4M 1A3

ALL FOR SAFETY™ – Handling Emergency Situations

Emergency First Aid (Ontario) Outline

  • Legal Responsibilities (understanding consent, implied consent, abandonment)
  • Safeguarding Your Health; Communicable Diseases
  • Personal Protective Equipment; Glove Removal; Decontamination Protocols
  • Scene Survey; Primary Survey; Secondary Survey; Ongoing Casualty Care

EFA Core Content – Signs, symptoms & treatment for:

  • Emergency Scene Management (ESM)
  • Shock, Unconsciousness, Fainting
  • Choking (mild and severe airway obstruction adult/child, special circumstances)
  • Severe Bleeding (internal & external); Wound Care; Burns
  • Cardiovascular Emergencies
  • One and Two Rescuer CPR/AED
  • Medical Conditions – Diabetes, Seizures, Allergic Reactions, Asthma
Please Note:

Program is subject to change based on bookings. Non-attendance without written notification received prior to five days before course start date will incur costs.


January 29 - January 30

- Mental Health First Aid, Barrie (January 29-30)

In any given year, one if five people in Canada are living with a mental illness. By 2020, it’s estimated that 20% of all time off from work in Canada will be due to depression.

MHFA Canada is an evidence based program of The Mental Health Commission of Canada.

Taking MHFA provides skills to use with others as well as oneself. It was designed and reviewed by experts, and is intended ideally as an early intervention strategy.

More Information Learn More

Who should take this course? This course is for everyone and is not targeted to a specific place of business, industry, walk of life, or experience. Many  workplaces are looking at MHFA as they do physical first aid and are having their First Aiders, Joint Health and Safety Committee members, Supervisors and Managers, and any concerned employee as possible attendants. MHFA is a valuable tool for workplaces that are also at a high risk of workplace violence and harassment.

Mental Health issues and concerns are not restricted to any work environment or industry. The general public, those in the Health Care, Community service, Police and Emergency Services, and places of higher education where personal interaction and “stressful” situations occur would also find this training invaluable.

MHFA is a 2 day course. The participants will get a manual, and will have a certificate sent to them from the Mental Health Commission of Canada upon successful completion.

Type: Mental Health First Aid Training (2 days):
Time: 8:00 AM - 4:00 PM:
Cost: $225.00/person plus HST; includes all training materials:
Location:

12 Dunlop St. E.

Barrie, ON
L4M 1A3

  1. Mental Health and Stigma

    • What is Mental Health First Aid?
    • Common mental health problems
    • Five basic actions of mental health first aid
    • Stigma and discrimination
  2. Substance-related Disorde

    • What is a substance-related disorder?
    • Signs and symptoms
    • Risk factors
    • MHFA for substance-related problems
    • Crisis first aid for overdose
    • Treatment and resources
  3. Mood-related Disorders

    • Types of mood-related disorders
    • Signs and symptoms
    • Risk factors
    • Substance use and mood disorders
    • Suicide in Canada
    • MHFA for mood-related problems
    • Crisis first aid for suicidal behaviour
    • Treatment and resources

    What is a mood-related disorder?

  4. Anxiety and Trauma-related Disorders

    • What are anxiety and trauma related disorders?
    • Types of anxiety and trauma related disorders
    • Signs and symptoms
    • Risk factors
    • Substance use and anxiety disorders
    • MHFA for anxiety and trauma related problems
    • Crisis first aid for panic attacks
    • Crisis first aid for acute stress reactions
    • Treatment and resources
  5. Psychotic Disorders

    • What is a psychotic disorder?
    • Types of psychotic disorders
    • Signs and symptoms
    • Risk factors
    • Substance use and psychotic disorders
    • MHFA for psychotic disorders
    • Crisis first aid for psychotic episodes
Please Note:

Program subject to change based on bookings. Non-attendance without written notification received prior to five days before course start date will incur costs.