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					Course Offerings                   2009-2010
Manitoba Ontario




888.767.3330   pinchin.com   Engineering Environmental and
                               Health & Safety Solutions
Pinchin Environmental’s Points for Courses
Certification Maintenance (CM) points and hours earned are noted beside each course as follows.
If you need an approval number for the course that you have registered for, please contact the
Training Coordinator assigned to that course.

     ABIH              BCRSP                 RIBO                ICM            CRBOH
 CM Points Issued   CM Points Issued Hours    Category   Hours    Category   CM Points Issued

       3.0               1.0         N/A        N/A       12      General          3.0



Organization and Web site:
ABIH                                                                                            ICM
American Board of Industrial Hygiene                                                            Insurance Council of Manitoba
www.abih.org                                                                                    www.icm.mb.ca

BCRSP                                                                                           CRBOH
Board of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals                                               Canadian Registration Board of Occupational Hygienists
www.bcrsp.ca                                                                                    www.crboh.ca

RIBO
Registered Insurance Brokers of Ontario
www.ribo.com


General Information
Presenters                                                                                        Contact Information
Pinchin Environmental speakers are consultants and engineers                                      For directions, registration information, additional details on
working in their respective areas and are selected from our                                       courses, or to make arrangements for an on-site presentation,
staff for their knowledge and presentation skills. Each speaker                                   please contact:
offers over 10 years of experience. These courses have been
                                                                                                  ONTARIO: Liza Hernandez
presented numerous times, with favourable response.
                                                                                                  Tel: 1.888.767.3330 x1335
On-Site Courses                                                                                   Fax: 905.363.0681
On-site courses are also available on clients’ premises.                                          Email: courses@pinchin.com
These sessions are frequently more cost-effective, and                                            MANITOBA: Kim Lao
when well planned and delivered, can provide best possible                                        Tel: 204.452.0983
training results. Pinchin consultants always perform a needs                                      Fax: 204.453.0788
assessment to ensure the training will meet the organization’s                                    Email: coursesmb@pinchin.com
true objectives. The effectiveness of the training is evaluated
by a combination of in-class and workplace methods, to ensure                                     Schedule information, maps, and registration forms are
effectiveness and value.                                                                          available at our web site (www.pinchin.com)


Fee Guide
Our course fees vary. Please refer to the course calendar or contact us.



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 Building Science                                              Hazardous Materials
Building Component Replacement . . . . . .       .   .   .6   Asbestos Awareness . . . . . . . . . . . . . 11
Building Maintenance Costs Demystified . . .     .   .   .6   Asbestos Awareness Course . . . . . . . . . . 11
Building Science Breakfast . . . . . . . . .     .   .   .6   Asbestos Control in Buildings & Industry. . . . . . 12
Effective Moisture Management for Construction   .   .   .6    Manitoba Regulation . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Introduction to Building Science . . . . . . .   .   .   .7    Ontario Regulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
Reserve Fund Studies . . . . . . . . . . .       .   .   .7   Asbestos O.Reg 278/05 . . . . . . . . . . . . 12
                                                              Asbestos Sampling and Lab Analysis . . . . . . . 12
 Climate Change GHG                                           Asbestos Training for Maintenance Workers . . . . 13
Carbon Offset Breakfast . . . . . . . . . . . . . 7             Manitoba Regulation . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
Climate Change GHG Planning & Management . . . . 7              Ontario Regulation . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
                                                              Asbestos Update . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 13
 Environmental Air & Noise                                    Control of Lead Contamination in
Certificate of Approval (CofA) .   . . . . . . . . . .8       Buildings and Construction . . . . . . . . . . . 13
 Commercial . . . . . . .          . . . . . . . . . .8       Supervisor Asbestos Abatement (MTCU Program 253 S) 14
 Industrial . . . . . . . .        . . . . . . . . . .8       Update on Asbestos and Mould in Buildings . . . . 14
EH & S Compliance Workshop    . . . . . . . . . .8            Update on Lead . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 14
Odour Compliance in Ontario . . . . . . . . . . . 8           Worker Asbestos Abatement (MTCU Program 253 W) . 14
VOC & Odour Abatement for Industrial
Manufacturing Processes . . . . . . . . . . . . 8              Indoor Air Quality & Microbial Contamination
                                                              Construction Related Infection Control in
 Environmental Due Diligence & Remediation                    MB Health Care Facilities . . . . . . . . . .        . 14
Brownfield Regulation O.Reg.153/04 . . . . . . .         .9   Construction/Maintenance – Related Infection
Contaminated Land – Tips & Traps of Managing,                 Control in Healthcare Facilities . . . . . . . .     . 15
Leasing and Selling! . . . . . . . . . . . . .           .9   Due Diligence in the Prevention & Control of Mould
Contaminated Land – Tips, Traps & Closing Deals . .      .9   Growth in Buildings . . . . . . . . . . . . .        .   15
Environmental Awareness for the                               Effective Moisture Management for Construction .     .   15
Construction Manager . . . . . . . . . . . . .           10   Hazards and Control of Mould in Buildings . . . .    .   15
Environmental Regulation and Compliance in Ontario       10   Hazards and Control of Mould in Buildings . . . .    .   16
Solutions for Contaminated Site Management . . .         10   Indoor Air Quality in Buildings . . . . . . . . .    .   16
                                                              Indoor Air Quality . . . . . . . . . . . . . .       .   16
 Environmental Laboratory Services                            Infection Control for Construction and Maintenance   .   16
Asbestos Sampling and Lab Analysis . . . . . . . 11           Legionella Update . . . . . . . . . . . . .          .   17
Testing for Mould in Buildings . . . . . . . . . . 11         Mould Awareness . . . . . . . . . . . . .            .   17
                                                              Mould Management & Abatement . . . . . . .           .   17
                                                              Testing for Mould in Buildings . . . . . . . . .     .   18
                                                              Update on Mould in Buildings . . . . . . . . .       .   18



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Occupational Health & Safety                             Occupational Health & Safety – Overview
Accident Investigation . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18
Basic Spills Training . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19     2009-2010 Complimentary Breakfast Seminars
Confined Space . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Confined Space . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19          2009-2010 Course Calendar
Confined Space Entry . . . . . . . . . . . . . 19
Effective Fire Safety Compliance Strategies . . . . 20   Registration Information
EH & S Compliance Workshop . . . . . . . . . 20
Fall Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20       Registration Form
Fire & Life Safety Evacuation Planning . . . . . . 20
Health and Safety Responsibilities for Managers &
Supervisors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21
Incident Command and Control . . . . . . . . . 21
Introduction to Emergency Response Operations . . 21
Joint Health & Safety Committees . . . . . . . . 22
Occupational Noise Exposure . . . . . . . . . . 22
Ontario Fire Code O.Reg. 213/07 . . . . . . . . 22
Respiratory Protection . . . . . . . . . . . . . 22
The Occupational Hygiene Review: An Important Part of
a Legal Prevention Plan . . . . . . . . . . . . 23
The Workplace Safety & Health Act Review . . . . 23
Transportation of Dangerous Goods . . . . . . . 23
WHMIS . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24
WHMIS Train the Trainer . . . . . . . . . . . . 24




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 Building Science                                                  Building Science Breakfast
                                                                   Complimentary Breakfast Seminar

Building Component Replacement                                     In the complexity of today’s building technology, there
                                                                   is a growing need to understand the building dynamics
Complimentary Breakfast Seminar
                                                                   between mechanical systems and building envelopes
You’ve weighed the costs carefully and have made the               and their impact on indoor air quality and durability.
decision to replace your facility’s roofing, windows, or HVAC
                                                                   Pinchin’s focus is to resolve problems related to the source of
system. But do you simply replace “like-with-like?” Given the
                                                                   mould growth and to prevent water accumulation from exterior
fact that energy costs are skyrocketing, and there’s a whole
                                                                   water leakage or condensation within the building enclosures.
new range of building and building component technologies
(such as HVAC), plus innovative design options, a straight         Highlights of this breakfast seminar include investigation
replacement may not be your best solution.                         of air and/or moisture leakage within the building envelope,
                                                                   problems related to the source of mould growth, and how to
Our building science expert will discuss the latest options
                                                                   improve building performance to help reduce costs associated
available in building component technology and give you the
                                                                   with remedial work.
tools to help you make the right purchasing decision.
                                                                   This complimentary seminar will provide an overview of these
Click here for details                     Manitoba & Ontario      building dynamics for property managers, building owners,
                                                                   financial and government institutions, health care facilities, and
                                                                   investors as well as offer an opportunity for you to ask questions.
Building Maintenance Costs Demystified
Complimentary Breakfast Seminar                                    Click here for details                       Manitoba & Ontario

Repairs to extend the life of a building component can be
the most sensible option when compared to disruptive and
expensive replacement. On old or new buildings, whether
                                                                   Effective Moisture Management for Construction
it is deteriorated or leaking roofs, cracked foundations,          Complimentary Breakfast Seminar
failed underground parking waterproofing, visible wall             Mould, attributable to moisture damage during construction or
deterioration, problem windows or structural issues, the           renovation activities is now well established as a health hazard
repair versus replace decision is an important first step          and liability for builders.
in the planning and execution of a capital budget.
                                                                   In addition, as more and more clients are interested in having
This “Building Maintenance Costs Demystified” Free
                                                                   their projects LEED Certified, consideration must also be
Breakfast Seminar will outline the common myths and
                                                                   given to managing other Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) issues over
misconceptions about the art and science of reducing
                                                                   the course of the construction process.
building maintenance costs. You’ll learn about the true costs
of “emergency” repairs and the hidden benefits of proper           This breakfast seminar will provide an update on Federal
investigations and regular maintenance.                            and Provincial regulations and guidelines, general liabilities,
                                                                   advice on how best to manage moisture and mould issues,
And, we’ll tackle the “Repair vs. Replace” conundrum that
                                                                   other IAQ concerns in general.
will give you the tools to make a smart, cost-effective decision
on whether to repair or replace roofing, windows, skylights        The presenter will also review issues surrounding any pre-
and other components.                                              existing mould or IAQ concerns during renovations and the
                                                                   importance of documentation existing conditions before the
Click here for details                                  Ontario    work gets underway.

                                                                   Practical action steps will be reviewed to help manage this
                                                                   issue and mitigate you liabilities.

                                                                   Click here for details                                   Manitoba



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Introduction to Building Science                                 Climate Change GHG
Complimentary Breakfast Seminar
This Building Science Breakfast Seminar is designed to          Carbon Offset Breakfast
provide a brief introduction of critical components involved
                                                                Complimentary Breakfast Seminar
within the Building Science discipline, and the consulting
services provided by Pinchin Environmental.                     Complimentary breakfast hosted by Hicham Elhalaby of
                                                                Pinchin’s Climate Change Group discussing global issues
Items discussed during the seminar will include: Building       (Kyoto, GHG gases, sources, impact of global warming),
Condition Assessments, Reserve Fund Studies, Building           corporate GHG management (carbon footprint, strategy,
Envelope Assessments and Roof Consulting.                       mitigations, monitoring), Carbon Footprint Standards (ISO &
                                                                GHG protocol), the concept of Carbon Offset Projects (project
This breakfast seminar is designed to provide building owners
                                                                vs. corporate), what makes a carbon offset? and examples of
and management teams with a basic understanding of Building
                                                                carbon footprint for organizations and offset projects.
Science services, and the cost savings involved in overall
building maintenance and prevention programs.
                                                                Click here for details                                   Ontario
Click here for details                               Manitoba

                                                                Climate Change GHG Planning & Management
Reserve Fund Studies                                            1 Day Course
Complimentary Breakfast Seminar                                 Many companies are not aware of the impact of their business
                                                                on climate change. Pinchin Environmental offers a 1-day
Nothing could be more certain for condominium owners
                                                                course on how to measure an organization’s Carbon Footprint.
in Manitoba. Reserve Funds, and the studies utilized to
ensure their proper usage/planning, are more important to       This course does not have a pre-requisite and is intended for
condominium owners than ever, given our current economic        property managers, SMEs, environmental and health & safety
state nationwide.                                               managers, corporate risk managers, and energy engineers to
                                                                assist and prepare them to independently assess their carbon
To learn more about this valuable tool designed to protect
                                                                footprint and develop their own GHG management plan.
condominium owners and their assets, contact Leo Camirand,
                                                                The course is not intended for attendees from the Large Final
in Winnipeg, at 204-452-0983 to set up an informative evening
                                                                Emitters (LFEs) who will be negotiating specific details with the
seminar at your condo.
                                                                Canadian Government and are likely well along in producing
Click here for details                               Manitoba   there own carbon quantification and reduction programs.

                                                                The course will focus on the most widely used international
                                                                accounting protocols (the GHG Protocol and ISO14064-1)
                                                                for quantifying and managing GHG emissions.

                                                                You will also learn about greenhouse gases and their effect
                                                                on the environment and international efforts to reduce GHG
                                                                emissions. The course will specifically outline the Canadian
                                                                Government’s current activities in this area and assist businesses
                                                                in preparing for potential mandatory and voluntary programs.

                                                                At the end of this course, you will be able to develop your
                                                                company’s GHG management plan, quantify, report and verify
                                                                your total greenhouse gas emissions.

                                                                Click here for details                                   Ontario




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 Environmental Air & Noise                                        EH & S Compliance Workshop
                                                                  Complimentary Breakfast Seminar

Certificate of Approval (CofA)                                    This complimentary breakfast offers up to date, educational
                                                                  sessions of interest to individuals tasked with Environmental
Complimentary Breakfast Seminar
                                                                  Health & Safety (EH&S) compliance responsibilities.
Commercial
                                                                  It can be challenging to manage your EH&S compliance
Many building owners and property managers are not aware
                                                                  responsibilities in a tough economy. Ensuring you are fully
that in accordance with the Environmental Protection Act of
                                                                  aware of your EH&S regulatory requirements is an important
Ontario, a Certificate of Approval (CofA) is required before
                                                                  step in making solid, cost-effective decisions regarding your
you install or operate HVAC equipment, cooling towers,
                                                                  EH&S initiatives for 2009/2010.
boilers or power generators. In addition, depending on your
approval, it might have to be amended BEFORE you add or           Click here for details                                   Ontario
replace equipment.

There are also specific air and noise compliance limits for
emergency power generators.                                       Odour Compliance in Ontario
                                                                  Complimentary Breakfast Seminar
We’ve designed the Commercial CofA Seminar specifically
                                                                  This breakfast seminar is intended for owners, plant managers,
for commercial building owners and property managers. We’ll
                                                                  maintenance managers, EHS managers, operators or those
lead you through the approval process so you can map out
                                                                  responsible for industrial facilities with processes that generate
your compliance strategy. We’ll answer all your questions,
                                                                  continuous or intermittent odour or that have the potential to
inform you of the cost implications, and help you decide
                                                                  generate off-property odour complaints.
which approval is best suited for your business.
                                                                  Pinchin has particular expertise with odour assessment, control
Click here for details                                  Ontario
                                                                  strategy development and implementation. This seminar will
                                                                  show you why you need specialists on your team.

Industrial                                                        Click here for details                                   Ontario
In accordance with the Environmental Protection Act of
Ontario, you must have approval from the Ministry of the
Environment before you operate, install or modify equipment       VOC & Odour Abatement for Industrial
or processes that may discharge contaminants to the natural       Manufacturing Processes
environment.
                                                                  Complimentary Breakfast Seminar
Our CofA Industrial Breakfast is designed to help you through     This breakfast seminar is intended for owners, plant managers,
the approval process so you can map out your compliance           maintenance managers, EHS managers, operators or those
strategy. We’ll answer all your questions, inform you of the      responsible for industrial facilities with processes that
cost implications, and help you decide which approval is best     generate continuous or intermittent odour or VOCs that have
suited for your business.                                         the potential to generate off-property complaints or that are
                                                                  pushing the environmental compliance limits.
Click here for details                                  Ontario
                                                                  Pinchin has particular expertise with VOC & odour
                                                                  assessment, abatement strategy development and
                                                                  implementation. This seminar will show you why you need
                                                                  specialists on your team.

                                                                  Click here for details                                   Ontario




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 Environmental Due Diligence & Remediation                        Contaminated Land – Tips & Traps of
                                                                  Managing, Leasing and Selling!
                                                                  Complimentary Breakfast Seminar
Brownfield Regulation O.Reg.153/04
Complimentary Breakfast Seminar                                   Pinchin Environmental offers this complimentary breakfast
                                                                  to help you understand how contaminated land issues affect
This seminar will be presented by Vico Paloschi, Vice             property transactions and leases. Environmental liabilities can
President, Environmental Due Diligence and Remediation.           have severe financial, and legal implications for all concerned
It will provide a summary of the proposed changes to              in any type of leasing or purchase transaction.
O.Reg. 153/04 and how these reforms will affect stakeholders
involved in the assessment, remediation, development and          This seminar will assist portfolio and property managers
financing of real estate in Ontario.                              and others involved in property sales and leasing to: identify
                                                                  environmental concerns relating to former and present land use,
In the fall of 2008, the Ontario Ministry of the Environment      interpret environmental site assessments and audits, assess clean-
(MOE) released proposed regulatory amendments to                  up options and registration on title and identify who to call and
O.Reg. 153/04, (also known as the Brownfield Regulation).         what to do when contamination stands in the way of a deal.
Brownfield sites are former industrial or commercial
                                                                  Click here for details                                                            Manitoba
properties, contaminated or derelict from their former use,
which have redevelopment potential.

The current Brownfield Regulation (promulgated in 2004)           Contaminated Land – Tips,
represents an initial attempt by the Ontario Government to        Traps & Closing Deals
reach their environmental and economic objectives to build
                                                                  ½ Day Course
sustainable communities. The proposed MOE reforms to the
Brownfield Regulation are the government’s attempt to tackle      Pinchin Environmental offers a ½-day course on how
some of the current constraints in the legislation preventing     contaminated land issues affect real estate transactions
full and timely use of these opportunities.                       and leases. In any type of leasing or purchase transaction,
                                                                  environmental liabilities can have severe financial and legal
The proposed reforms include Enhance Record of Site               implications for all concerned.
Condition (RSC) Integrity, Off-Site liability protection,
Strengthened soil, sediment and groundwater standards,            This course will assist portfolio and property managers and
A Streamlined Risk Assessment process.                            others involved in property sales and leasing to: minimize
                                                                  claims in contaminated land transactions; understand the
Although many of the proposed reforms are welcomed,               duty to disclose; avoid pitfalls in drafting the offer; identify
stakeholders have identified some significant concerns with       environmental concerns relating to former and present land
regards to the MOE’s proposed regulatory amendments.              use; interpret environmental site assessments and audits;
                                                                  assess clean-up options and registration on title; identify who
Click here for details                                  Ontario   to call and what to do when contamination stands in the way
                                                                  of a deal.
                                                                       ABIH               BCRSP                 RIBO                 ICM            CRBOH
                                                                   CM Points Issued    CM Points Issued Hours    Category    Hours    Category   CM Points Issued

                                                                         0.5                N/A          3.5     Technical    3.0     General          0.5



                                                                  Click here for details                                                            Manitoba




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Environmental Awareness for                                       Participants will leave the course having a good understanding
                                                                  of which regulations impact their industry and what is required
the Construction Manager
                                                                  to achieve and maintain compliance.
Complimentary Breakfast Seminar
                                                                       ABIH               BCRSP                 RIBO                ICM            CRBOH
The potential of encountering hazardous materials is almost        CM Points Issued    CM Points Issued Hours    Category   Hours    Category   CM Points Issued
a certainty in any renovation or demolition involving older              1.0                0.5         N/A        N/A      N/A        N/A            N/A
buildings. In many instances these matters have not been
considered in the planning or design stages - which results       Click here for details                                                              Ontario
in an unexpected exposure to hazardous materials such as
asbestos, mould and PCBs. In addition to the health and
safety concerns, poorly planned work may result in possible
                                                                  Solutions for Contaminated Site Management
contamination of surrounding areas and large clean-up costs
and project delays.                                               Complimentary Breakfast Seminar
                                                                  In order to obtain a Record of Site Condition based on a Risk
This breakfast seminar will provide an excellent overview of
                                                                  Assessment (RA), the Qualified Person (QPRA) must certify
the most common environmental issues facing contractors
                                                                  that he or she has conducted or supervised a risk assessment or
today. The identification, health risks and management of
                                                                  remediation (QPESA) according to the regulation.
asbestos, mould and PCBs will be the primary focus. Special
precautions regarding work in health care facilities will also    This presentation is intended to be a primer for applications of
be discussed. This “to the point” seminar is a must for anyone    remediation or risk assessment and in some cases both. Course
working in older buildings.                                       instructors are recognized experts in the remediation and risk
                                                                  assessment fields who have been involved with selecting site
Click here for details                                Manitoba    management solutions at sites contaminated with:
                                                                  •	 chlorinated	solvents
                                                                  •	 petroleum	hydrocarbons
Environmental Regulation and
                                                                  •	 nutrients
Compliance in Ontario
                                                                  •	 petroleum	products	and	additives
1 Day Course
                                                                  •	 metals
Pinchin Environmental offers a 1-day course in Environmental
Regulation and Compliance in Ontario, for Managers, EH&S          •	 PAHs
Representatives, Supervisors and other interested participants.   •	 all	across	North	America.	

This course is also very beneficial for Ontario companies         This breakfast presentation will briefly cover the
seeking to understand the legal requirements for the              fundamentals of science and application of risk assessment
environmental aspects of their industry. Regulations are          and remediation including case study examples of how
changing to address the environmental concerns of the             the approaches can be implemented individually or in a
province and companies need to be aware of how these              combination, to provide a solution.
changes impact them.
                                                                  Click here for details                                                              Ontario
The course offers an overview of pertinent regulations that
impact industry and discusses requirements for compliance,
using an interactive approach to learning. The material covers
important general environmental regulations, then focuses on
areas of specific interest to participants. Pinchin provides an
up-to-date regulatory overview, and will highlight potential
areas of change for the future.




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 Environmental Laboratory Services                                   Hazardous Materials

Asbestos Sampling and Lab Analysis                                  Asbestos Awareness
Complimentary Breakfast Seminar                                     Complimentary Breakfast Seminar
This breakfast seminar is to assist those responsible for health    Current Manitoba Labour regulations place specific
and safety regarding appropriate asbestos testing methods and       obligations on employers with regard to the management of
laboratory support. It presents options for materials testing and   asbestos in buildings. Employers and building owners have
air sampling and offers tips for interpretation of results.         several options for managing asbestos and minimizing the risk
                                                                    to employees and building tenants.
The seminar discusses certain precautions when taking
samples of bulk materials and the recommended procedure for         This seminar will provide information on identification of
the safe handling of potentially hazardous bulk samples.            asbestos in the workplace, health hazards and how to manage
                                                                    any asbestos work safely. The key elements of an effective
It includes demonstrations of the more common testing and           Asbestos Management Program will be discussed.
analytical methods and equipment, and concludes with a tour
of the Pinchin NVLAP accredited laboratory.                         The course is not intended for maintenance workers or contractors
                                                                    who will undertake or supervise asbestos work personally.
Click here for details                                  Ontario
                                                                    Click here for details                                                          Manitoba

Testing for Mould in Buildings
Complimentary Breakfast Seminar                                     Asbestos Awareness Course
Many property managers and environmental professionals are          ½ Day Course ON
now responsible to investigate potential mould concerns in          Current Ontario Ministry of Labour regulations require all
buildings. Unlike most other hazardous materials, there are         owners of older buildings, as well as tenants and contractors
few published procedures for mould testing.                         who perform work in these buildings, to control work which
                                                                    may disturb asbestos building materials. This ensures the
This Complimentary Breakfast will assist those responsible          safety of building occupants, maintenance workers and
for health and safety in the selection of appropriate testing       construction workers who may disturb the asbestos in the
methods and laboratory support. Dr. Rafic Dulymamode,               course of their work.
Director of Pinchin Environmental Microbiology Laboratory,
will present options for materials testing and air sampling,        This ½-day course will prepare property and construction
discuss advantages of direct microscope examination versus          managers to fulfill their responsibilities to manage this
culture analysis, and offer tips for interpretation of results.     work safely and in compliance with Ministry of Labour and
                                                                    Ministry of Environment. The course is not intended for
The Breakfast will include demonstrations of the more               maintenance workers or contractors who will undertake or
common testing and analytical methods and equipment,                supervise asbestos work personally.
and will conclude with a tour of the Pinchin AIHA
                                                                         ABIH              BCRSP                 RIBO                ICM            CRBOH
accredited laboratory.
                                                                     CM Points Issued   CM Points Issued Hours    Category   Hours    Category   CM Points Issued

Click here for details                                  Ontario            N/A               N/A          3.5    Management N/A         N/A            0.5



                                                                    Click here for details                                                             Ontario




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Asbestos Control in Buildings & Industry                                                        Asbestos O.Reg 278/05
3 Day Course                                                                                    Complimentary Breakfast Seminar
Manitoba Regulation                                                                             This seminar provides attendees with a brief overview of
                                                                                                asbestos, where it is used and in what era as well as an
In light of the new Manitoba Safety and Health Regulation
                                                                                                overview of the regulation. The changes to the regulation will
217/2006, which took effect February 1, 2007, this 3-day
                                                                                                be specifically highlighted as it affects building owners and
course will outline specific requirements regarding asbestos
                                                                                                managers. Attendees will receive a handout which will be of
and instruct attendees why asbestos needs to be managed in
                                                                                                value in implementing the regulation or in evaluating your
workplaces. It also provides practical issues to consider when
                                                                                                compliance status.
developing an asbestos control plan.
                                                                                                Ontario Regulation 278/05 under the Occupational Health and
This 3-day course covers theoretical principles but stresses
                                                                                                Safety Act (“Designated Substance – Asbestos on Construction
practical field experience of asbestos control. The course is
                                                                                                Projects and in Buildings and Repair Operations”) became
based on the Pinchin Environmental course model developed
                                                                                                largely effective November 1, 2005 and was fully implemented
and presented by Dr. Don Pinchin over the past 25 years for
                                                                                                on November 1, 2007. This Regulation replaced a similarly
hundreds of attendees.
                                                                                                named regulation which had been in place since 1985
     ABIH              BCRSP                 RIBO                ICM            CRBOH           (O. Reg. 654/85 subsequently re-named 838/90).
 CM Points Issued   CM Points Issued Hours    Category   Hours    Category   CM Points Issued

       3.0               1.0         N/A        N/A       12      General          3.0          Replacement of the existing regulation was necessary in order to
                                                                                                incorporate new technology in asbestos abatement and to improve
                                                                                                worker protection. The new regulation accomplished these goals
Click here for details                                                          Manitoba
                                                                                                but has several major and even controversial changes, which will
                                                                                                have very substantial operational and cost impacts on building
                                                                                                owners and managers who must comply with it.
Ontario Regulation
This course covers all phases of asbestos control, including                                    While some owners of commercial, industrial and residential
identifying a potential hazard, selecting or specifying the                                     building have complied, the regulation is complex and many
appropriate control measure, performing routine maintenance                                     other owners have remained unaware of the impact on normal
or minor asbestos work, and performing and inspecting major                                     building operations, renovations and property values. This
(Type 3) abatement projects to meet the requirements of the                                     recently lead to some significant charges and fines of building
new O.Reg. 278/05.                                                                              owners and contractors.

The final test protocol which workers and supervisors must                                      Click here for details                                  Ontario
complete to prove training under the Asbestos Worker
and Supervisor Training Program of O. Reg. 278/05 has
recently been finalized by the Ministry of Training Colleges                                    Asbestos Sampling and Lab Analysis
and Universities. The content of the Pinchin 3-day course                                       Complimentary Breakfast Seminar
(combined with manufacturer-specific respirator training) is
                                                                                                This breakfast seminar is to assist those responsible for health
anticipated to meet these in-school training requirements.
                                                                                                and safety regarding appropriate asbestos testing methods and
Workers and supervisors who wish to become registered                                           laboratory support. It presents options for materials testing and
will have to challenge a test subsequent to the course. Please                                  air sampling and offers tips for interpretation of results.
contact Pinchin for details on this process in advance prior to
                                                                                                The seminar discusses certain precautions when taking samples
the course.
                                                                                                of bulk materials and the recommended procedure for the safe
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       3.0               1.0          18     Management N/A         N/A            3.0          It includes demonstrations of the more common testing and
                                                                                                analytical methods and equipment, and concludes with a tour
                                                                                                of the Pinchin NVLAP accredited laboratory.
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Asbestos Training for Maintenance Workers                                                       Asbestos Update
1 Day Course                                                                                    Complimentary Breakfast Seminar
Manitoba Regulation                                                                             This breakfast seminar provides information on the
                                                                                                identification of asbestos in the workplace, health hazards and
Pinchin Environmental offers this training course in Winnipeg
                                                                                                how to manage any asbestos work safely. The key elements of
to teach maintenance workers and supervisors how to work
                                                                                                an effective Asbestos Management Program will be discussed.
safely around asbestos materials. The course meets the
requirements of the Workplace Safety and Health Regulation,                                     The breakfast is not intended for maintenance workers or
Manitoba Regulation 217-2006, Part 37 Asbestos to provide                                       contractors who will undertake or supervise asbestos work
training to workers working with asbestos.                                                      personally.
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                                                                                                Click here for details                                                              Ontario
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Click here for details                                                          Manitoba        Control of Lead Contamination in
                                                                                                Buildings and Construction
                                                                                                1 Day Course
Ontario Regulation
                                                                                                Lead is a Designated Substance under the Occupational
This 1-day course teaches maintenance workers and                                               Health and Safety Act and must be reported where present
supervisors how to work safely around asbestos materials and                                    on any construction project. The Ministry of Labour requires
to recognize when work will require specialized contractors.                                    employers and constructors to take every reasonable
                                                                                                precaution necessary to protect workers from lead exposure
The course meets the training guidelines of the Ontario
                                                                                                and in 2004 issued guidelines for construction disturbance of
Asbestos in Buildings Regulation, the Manitoba Department
                                                                                                lead. Lead can be present in a wide variety of materials and
of Labour as well as the proposed Ministry of Labour Level 2
                                                                                                finishes on construction projects (e.g., corrosion-resistant
training guidelines for worker(s) responsible for minor repair
                                                                                                or architectural paint, pointing mortar, sheet and other alloy
or removal of asbestos.
                                                                                                products or residual contamination in factories where lead
Each participant will receive a course manual that includes                                     products were produced or used). The presence of lead
detailed notes on: working procedures, respirator use and                                       in mortar joints has become a major cost consideration in
maintenance, supplies and regulations. In addition, attendees                                   building envelope rehabilitation due to recent Ministry of
receive and are fit-tested with half-face respirators.                                          Labour actions.

     ABIH              BCRSP                 RIBO                ICM            CRBOH           This course will help owners, managers, consultants
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       1.0               N/A          6.5    Management N/A         N/A            1.0          contamination that may impact on a building or construction
                                                                                                project, possible health hazards, regulatory responsibilities,
Click here for details                                                             Ontario      and appropriate abatement options and work practices.
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                                                                                                Click here for details                                                              Ontario




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Supervisor Asbestos Abatement                                       Worker Asbestos Abatement
(MTCU Program 253 S)                                                (MTCU Program 253 W)
1 Day Course                                                        2 Day Course ON
This course is specifically designed only for persons who           This course is specifically designed only for workers who
will supervise Type 3 abatement operations in Ontario. As of        will perform Type 3 abatement operations in Ontario. As of
November 1, 2007 all persons in Ontario who supervise Type 3        November 1, 2007 all workers in Ontario who perform Type
asbestos abatement work (and do not have 1000 hours of Type 3       3 Asbestos Abatement work (and do not have 1000 hours of
experience by that date) will have to become a certified worker     Type 3 experience by that date) will have to take this course
(Course 253 W) and then take this course (Course 253 S) and         and pass an examination set by the Ministry of Training
pass an examination set by the Ministry of Training Colleges        Colleges and Universities (MTCU). Prior to registering for this
and Universities (MTCU). Prior to registering for this course,      course, employeers (or the local joint union/employer training
employers (or the local joint union/employer training committee)    committee) must register as a Signing Authority with MTCU
must register as a Signing Authority with MTCU (contact your        (contact your local MTCU office for details). This course will
local MTCU office for details). This course will include writing    include writing of a practice examination to prepare attendees
of a practice examination to prepare attendees for the MTCU test    for the MTCU test which will be administered at local
which will be administered at local Community Colleges.             Community Colleges.

Click here for details                                    Ontario   Click here for details                                          Ontario


Update on Asbestos and Mould in Buildings                            Indoor Air Quality & Microbial Contamination
Complimentary Breakfast Seminar
All buildings built in the 1980s and earlier can contain            Construction Related Infection Control
potentially hazardous asbestos materials. In addition, even         in MB Health Care Facilities
newer buildings can develop environmental hazards if water
                                                                    Complimentary Breakfast Seminar
damage leads to mould growth.
                                                                    The breakfast will discuss the risks and present the necessary
Learn about the current status of regulations and guidelines on     control measures, drawing on both Health Canada’s
asbestos and mould in buildings including steps employers,          documentation and Pinchin’s field experience in these projects.
property managers and owners can take to limit their liabilities
for these issues.                                                   Construction and maintenance activities can cause potentially
                                                                    fatal infections in patients near the project area. Even relatively
Click here for details                                    Ontario   minor work can cause serious infections, if performed near
                                                                    susceptible patients. To control this risk, Health Canada
                                                                    has issued extensive guidelines for construction work near
Update on Lead                                                      hospitalized patients.

Complimentary Breakfast Seminar                                     *1-day course suitable for above attendees and contractors
                                                                    working in health care facilities is available upon request.
Lead may be present in many forms in buildings or
construction projects, as paint, dust, or contamination from
                                                                    Click here for details                                         Manitoba
previous operations. The improper disturbance can endanger
workers or occupants in buildings.

This seminar introduces the major concerns with lead today.
Recent Ministry of Labour guidelines and policies that
employers must follow to satisfy their obligations will
be discussed.

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Construction/Maintenance – Related                                                              Effective Moisture Management
Infection Control in Healthcare Facilities                                                      for Construction
1 Day Course                                                                                    Complimentary Breakfast Seminar
Construction and maintenance activities can cause potentially                                   Mould, attributable to moisture damage during construction or
fatal infections in patients near the project area in any                                       renovation activities is now well established as a health hazard
health care setting. Even relatively minor work can cause                                       and liability for builders.
serious infections, if performed near susceptible patients. To
                                                                                                In addition, as more and more clients are interested in having
control this risk, Health Canada and the Canadian Standards
                                                                                                their projects LEED Certified, consideration must also be
Association have issued extensive guidelines for the conduct
                                                                                                given to managing other Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) issues over
of construction or maintenance activities near patients or other
                                                                                                the course of the construction process.
high risk areas.
                                                                                                This breakfast seminar will provide an update:
This course is designed for construction managers, architects,
                                                                                                •	 on	Federal	and	Provincial	regulations	and	guidelines,
infection control specialists and staff in health care facilities.
                                                                                                •	 general	liabilities,
The risks posed by the work and problems encountered will
                                                                                                •	 advice	on	how	best	to	manage	moisture	and	mould	issues,
be discussed as well as control measures for maintenance
                                                                                                •	 other	IAQ	concerns	in	general.	
operations and construction.
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                                                                                                The presenter will also review issues surrounding any pre-
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                                                                                                existing mould or IAQ concerns during renovations and the
       1.0               0.5          6.5    Management N/A         N/A            1.0          importance of documentation existing conditions before the
                                                                                                work gets underway.
Click here for details                                           Manitoba & Ontario             Practical action steps will be reviewed to help manage this
                                                                                                issue and mitigate you liabilities.

Due Diligence in the Prevention &                                                               Click here for details                                                          Manitoba
Control of Mould Growth in Buildings
1 Day Course
                                                                                                Hazards and Control of Mould in Buildings
The Ontario Ministry of Labour and public health departments                                    2 Day Course
across the province acknowledge mould growth in general
use buildings to be a risk factor for adverse health effects.                                   The Manitoba Department of Labour and public health agencies
                                                                                                require building owners and employers to survey for mould if a
Employers and property managers face both regulatory actions
                                                                                                concern is noted, and to remove the mould growth using appropriate
and civil litigation if they do not effectively prevent or manage
                                                                                                methods. This issue presents a significant liability risk to building
situations of potential mould growth.
                                                                                                owners and operators, contractors and insurance professionals.
This comprehensive seminar will present background on
                                                                                                This seminar is designed to provide information for building
the mould in building concern, discuss current regulations,
                                                                                                managers, health and safety staff, abatement contractors, and
guidelines and standards, and give concrete advice on the
                                                                                                insurance professionals to meet their responsibilities on this
prevention of mould growth, protection of occupants and
                                                                                                issue. The seminar will address factors for mould growth in
compliance with current regulations and guidelines.
                                                                                                buildings, health effects, regulations and guidelines, testing
     ABIH              BCRSP                 RIBO                ICM            CRBOH           methods and interpretation, abatement techniques, and the
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                                                                                                Click here for details                                                          Manitoba



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Hazards and Control of Mould in Buildings                                                        Indoor Air Quality
3 Day Course                                                                                     Complimentary Breakfast Seminar
Mould contamination is now recognized as a potential cause                                       The impact of poor air quality on comfort, health and occupant
of a range of adverse health effects in general use buildings                                    attitudes often results in occupant dissatisfaction and loss of
such as schools, offices, or homes. Authorities at all levels                                    productivity and revenue. The Pinchin Environmental Indoor
require assessment and remediation of potential mould growth                                     Air Quality (IAQ) seminar will provide information to owners,
and appropriate precautions to protect remediation workers                                       managers and Health and Safety representatives to help meet
and building occupants. The Ontario Ministry of Labour and                                       occupants’ increasing expectations for satisfactory air quality
public health agencies require building owners and employers                                     in the indoor environment.
to survey for mould if a concern is noted, and to remove the
mould growth using appropriate methods. This issue presents                                      This breakfast seminar will assist attendees in achieving an
a significant liability risk to building owners and operators,                                   understanding of IAQ problems and knowing how to conduct
contractors and insurance professionals.                                                         IAQ investigations, identifying indoor air pollution sources
                                                                                                 and developing solutions to improve
This seminar is designed to provide information for building                                     the working environment.
managers, health and safety staff, abatement contractors, and
                                                                                                      ABIH              BCRSP                 RIBO                ICM            CRBOH
insurance professionals to meet their responsibilities on this
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issue. The seminar will address factors for mould growth in
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buildings, health effects, regulations and guidelines, testing
methods and interpretation, abatement techniques, and the
prevention of future mould growth.                                                               Click here for details                                                          Manitoba

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                                             Management
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                                                                                                 Infection Control for Construction
                                                                                                 and Maintenance
Click here for details                                                              Ontario      Complimentary Breakfast Seminar
                                                                                                 Changes to “Prevention and Control Measures” in the Revised
                                                                                                 CSA Standard Z317.13-07 for Construction/Maintenance
Indoor Air Quality in Buildings
                                                                                                 This Breakfast Presentation will focus on changes contained
1 Day Course
                                                                                                 in the revised CSA Standard (Z317.13-07) “Infection Control
The impact of poor indoor air quality on comfort and health                                      During Construction, Renovation and Maintenance of Health
often results in occupant dissatisfaction, loss of productivity                                  Care Facilities”.
and revenue. The Pinchin Environmental Indoor Air Quality
(IAQ) course will provide information to owners, managers                                        Construction and maintenance activities can cause potentially
and Health & Safety representatives to help meet occupants’                                      fatal infections in patients near the project area in any health
increasing expectations for satisfactory air quality in the                                      care setting. Even relatively minor work can cause serious
indoor environment.                                                                              infections, if performed near susceptible patients.

This course will present an overview to achieve an                                               The risks posed by the work and problems encountered will be
understanding of IAQ problems, describe how to arrange                                           discussed as well as the new control measures for maintenance
for or conduct IAQ investigations, identify indoor air                                           operations and construction.
pollution sources and develop solutions to improve the
working environment.                                                                             Click here for details                                                             Ontario

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Legionella Update                                                                               Mould Management & Abatement
Complimentary Breakfast Seminar                                                                 1 Day Course
The disease caused by Legionella bacteria is currently                                          Mould contamination is now recognized as a significant factor
recognized as Legionnaires disease. It is serious with possible                                 in indoor air quality in homes, schools, offices, and other types
fatalities, particularly to immune compromised persons,                                         of general use buildings. Indoor exposure to moulds can cause
the elderly, smokers, etc. caused by the inhalation of water                                    a range of symptoms due to allergic and toxic responses.
aerosols containing Legionella pneumophila.
                                                                                                Authorities at all levels of government require assessment
Contaminated water aerosols can typically be generated from                                     and remediation of potential mould growth and appropriate
poorly maintained cooling towers, water storage vessels, spas,                                  precautions to protect remediation workers. Renovation of
hot tubs, faucet aerators or shower heads.                                                      buildings with mould contamination can cause significant
                                                                                                worker exposure and such operations have been subject to
This breakfast seminar presents a summary understanding                                         Department of Labour stop work orders.
of Legionella, typical sources, current guidelines and control
measures to minimize liability.                                                                 This seminar is designed to provide comprehensive coverage
                                                                                                for building managers, health and safety staff, abatement
Click here for details                                                             Ontario      contractors, and others with an interest in this issue.

                                                                                                This seminar is designed to provide information for building
Mould Awareness                                                                                 managers, health and safety staff, abatement contractors,
                                                                                                and others with an interest in this issue. The seminar will
Complimentary Breakfast Seminar
                                                                                                address where mould can grow in buildings, health effects,
Mould contamination is now recognized as a significant factor                                   regulations and guidelines, testing methods and interpretation,
in indoor air quality in homes, schools, offices, and other types                               abatement techniques, and the prevention of future mould
of general use buildings. Indoor exposure to moulds can cause                                   growth. Abatement techniques will be demonstrated but not in
a range of symptoms due to allergic and toxic responses.                                        sufficient detail to serve as contractor training

Authorities at all levels of government have already begun                                           ABIH              BCRSP                 RIBO                 ICM            CRBOH
to issue and enforce regulations and guidelines to assess and                                    CM Points Issued   CM Points Issued Hours    Category    Hours    Category   CM Points Issued

                                                                                                       1.0               0.5          6.5    Management    6.5     General          1.0
control exposure to mould contamination.

This breakfast seminar is designed to provide an overview                                       Click here for details                                                           Manitoba
of the mould issues for building managers, health and safety
staff, abatement contractors, insurance adjusters and others
with an interest in this issue.

The seminar will address where mould can grow in buildings,
health effects, regulations and guidelines, testing methods and
interpretation, abatement techniques, and steps the building
owner can take to prevent future mould growth.
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Testing for Mould in Buildings                                        Occupational Health & Safety
Complimentary Breakfast Seminar
Many property managers and environmental professionals               Accident Investigation
are now responsible to investigate potential mould concerns
                                                                     1 Day Course
in buildings. Unlike most other hazardous materials, there are
few published procedures for mould testing. This breakfast           For managers, supervisors, and members of Joint Health & Safety
seminar will assist those responsible for health and safety in the   Committees, we know the best way to prevent reoccurrence of
selection of appropriate testing methods and laboratory support.     an accident is a full investigation that reveals root causes and
Dr. Rafic Dulymamode, Director of the Pinchin Environmental          identifies corrective actions. This full day course details the theory
Microbiology Laboratory, will present options for materials          and procedures to perform effective accident investigations.
testing and air sampling, discuss advantages and disadvantages       Employing CAN/CSA-Z796 “Accident Information” standard;
of direct microscope examination versus culture analysis, and        these procedures are reinforced through practical tabletop
offer tips for interpretation of results. The seminar will include   exercises and a walkthrough accident training scenario where
demonstrations of the more common testing and analytical             participants will employ the skills learned in the classroom.
methods and equipment, and will conclude with a tour of the
                                                                     Legislative requirements and due diligence practices are
Pinchin AIHA accredited laboratory.
                                                                     also covered in depth. A checklist for Accident Investigation
Click here for details                                    Ontario    procedures will be given to all participating students to assist
                                                                     in the site specific requirements of each unique workplace.
                                                                     The main teaching points in this program are: Goals of an
                                                                     accident investigation, securing an accident scene, root-cause
Update on Mould in Buildings
                                                                     analysis, the importance of investigative interviews, and the
Complimentary Breakfast Seminar                                      required reporting procedures.
Mould can grow in any building with a history of water
                                                                          ABIH              BCRSP                 RIBO                 ICM            CRBOH
damage and is now recognized as a hazard to health. In the            CM Points Issued   CM Points Issued Hours    Category    Hours    Category   CM Points Issued
past few years, Health Canada, the Ministry of Labour and                   1.0               0.5          6.5    Management   N/A        N/A            1.0
the US Environmental Protection Agency have all issued
guidelines on the assessment and control of mould. This
                                                                     Click here for details                                            Manitoba & Ontario
seminar will present a summary of the key recommendations
of these authorities, and the steps necessary to protect your
workers and tenants. Learn how you can minimize your
liability for this growing problem.

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Basic Spills Training                                                                           Confined Space
1 Day Course                                                                                    1 Day Course
An unplanned release of any hazardous materials can have                                        Confined spaces are found in most workplaces. Tanks, pits,
a significant impact on personal safety and site production.                                    and trenches, among hundreds of other spaces, may present
Statistics have shown that well trained internal resources can limit                            atmospheric and safety hazards that must be identified and
the severity of a spill and the impact it has on the workplace.                                 controlled prior to and during entry into these environments. On
                                                                                                Sept 30, 2006, new and amended regulations regarding confined
This training course is designed for management, supervisors                                    spaces took effect. These changes will significantly affect how
and any members of a spill response team, or emergency                                          employers manage confined space entries in their workplaces.
organization. Employing accepted industry standards such as
OSHA CFR 1910.120, and CAN/CSA-Z731-03, the training                                            This one-day workshop provides the attendees with the
will describe the required procedures for safe and effective                                    knowledge and skills needed to:
spill response operations.                                                                      •	 understand	and	comply	with	new	regulatory	requirements	
                                                                                                   effective Sept 30, 2006
Participants in this 1-day program will learn how to establish
                                                                                                •	 identify	confined	spaces	and	associated	hazards
a mandate, limitations, personal protective equipment,
leadership, as well as the use of emergency response                                            •	 conduct	hazard	assessments
checklists. Further training may be done on the client’s site to                                •	 develop	confined	space	programs,	plans,	permits	and	
produce an effective and competent response capability.                                            procedures
                                                                                                •	 identify	appropriate	hazard	controls	(e.g.	atmospheric	
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                                                                                                   monitoring, ventilation, retrieval methods)
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                                                                                                A variety of safety equipment is demonstrated.
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Click here for details                                           Manitoba & Ontario
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Confined Space                                                                                  Click here for details                                           Manitoba & Ontario
Complimentary Breakfast Seminar
Amendments to the Industrial Establishments Regulation
(as well as three other sector regulations and a new generic                                    Confined Space Entry
confined space regulation) came into effect Sept. 30, 2006.                                     1 Day Course

Having the expertise to assist companies to achieve                                             Effective September 30, 2006 the Ontario Ministry of Labour
compliance with these regulations, Pinchin Environmental                                        rolled out amendments to the Confined Space Regulations.
has designed Complimentary Breakfast Seminars to provide                                        The significant changes to the definitions of a confined space,
                                                                                                as well as the requirement for a more detailed and action based
attendees with:
                                                                                                response plan for Confined Space Rescue.
   i
•	 	nformation	regarding	the	specific	changes	to	the	regulation
•	 	he	potential	impact	on	industry	
   t                                                                                            For managers, supervisors and workers, this 1-day course will
                                                                                                detail the requirements for comprehensive and site-specific
   t
•	 	he	measures	that	need	to	be	taken	in	order	to	ensure	
                                                                                                Confined Space, Programs, Entry Plans, Permit and Rescue
   compliance.
                                                                                                Procedures. Main teaching points include definitions, hazard
Click here for details                                                             Ontario      assessments, hazard control, rescue procedures and the roles
                                                                                                and responsibilities.
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                                                                                                       1.0               0.5         N/A        N/A      N/A        N/A            1.0



                                                                                                Click here for details                                                             Ontario


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Effective Fire Safety Compliance Strategies                       Fall Protection
Complimentary Breakfast Seminar                                   ½ Day Course
When fire strikes a workplace it can have devastating impacts     This ½-day training course will benefit supervisors and
on the business and its employees. Even small fires will result   workers, who may, in the normal course of their duties,
in significant production losses.                                 employ Fall Arrest procedures and equipment. This
                                                                  combination of theory and hands on demonstrations
Of course, prevention is the key to managing fire safety          will include the following main teaching points: legal
risks. Complying with the requirements for storing and            requirements for fall protection, identification of hazardous
using flammable liquids only starts with the provisions of        situations, the levels of fall protection controls, components
the Regulations respecting Industrial Establishments and the      of a fall arrest system, methods for rescue operations, and
Regulations respecting Health Care and Residential Facilities.    a hands-on opportunity with fall arrest equipment to assist
The Fire Code has many more requirements that provide             in identification, placement and proper use, and proper
for a complete approach to preventing fire-related losses in      maintenance and care for fall arrest equipment.
your facility.                                                         ABIH              BCRSP                 RIBO                ICM            CRBOH
                                                                   CM Points Issued   CM Points Issued Hours    Category   Hours    Category   CM Points Issued
This breakfast seminar is designed for business owners,                  0.5               N/A         N/A        N/A      N/A        N/A            0.5
managers, supervisors, employee reps and/or those tasked with
fire safety responsibilities within healthcare, commercial and
                                                                  Click here for details                                                             Ontario
industrial sectors.

Attendees will learn about the various regulations, standards
and codes respecting fire safety in the workplace, and the        Fire & Life Safety Evacuation Planning
steps that should be taken to develop an effective fire safety
                                                                  1 Day Course
program. Actual case studies will be used to illustrate good
(and bad) practices.                                              Fire is one of the major hazards at any workplace regardless of
                                                                  activities being performed. This risk can be mitigated through
Click here for details                                  Ontario   proper fire safety training.

                                                                  Ontario Fire Code Section 2.8 and Ontario Reg. 388/97 are the
                                                                  standards that will be employed for training.
EH & S Compliance Workshop
Complimentary Breakfast Seminar                                   This 1 day course will assist property managers, supervisors
                                                                  and building emergency coordinators, fire wardens and fire
This complimentary breakfast offers up to date, educational
                                                                  marshals, to increase their knowledge for Fire Safety Planning
sessions of interest to individuals tasked with Environmental
                                                                  and Emergency Evacuation Procedures.
Health & Safety (EH&S) compliance responsibilities.
                                                                  Participants will learn the basic principles of the anatomy
It can be challenging to manage your EH&S compliance
                                                                  and behavior of fire, methods of controlling hazards and the
responsibilities in a tough economy. Ensuring you are fully
                                                                  benefits of regular inspections.
aware of your EH&S regulatory requirements is an important
step in making solid, cost-effective decisions regarding your     Participants will also gain a better understanding of Fire Safety
EH&S initiatives for 2009/2010.                                   Management and how pertinent safety programs for their
                                                                  workplace can be made more effective. The communication
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                                                                  and training of a Fire Safety Plan, including the establishment
                                                                  of Fire Wardens and alternates, as well as the requirements for
                                                                  annual fire drills will be covered in detail.

                                                                  This course is presented Onsite only. Please contact us for
                                                                  pricing and further details.

                                                                  Click here for details                                                             Ontario


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Health and Safety Responsibilities                               An Incident Commander must have knowledge of all other
                                                                 positions within the command structure, exclusive of specialist
for Managers & Supervisors
                                                                 roles. The levels of training discussed in this course are designed
1 Day Course                                                     to stimulate creative thinking and contingency planning as well as
Pinchin Environmental offers a 1-day workshop for managers       leadership values and skills that are paramount to effective control
and supervisors to assist them in meeting their Health and       and ultimate mitigation of any emergency.
Safety (H&S) obligations. The Ontario Occupational Health
                                                                 This course is presented Onsite only. Please contact us for
and Safety Act (OHSA) requires employers to prepare an
                                                                 pricing and further details.
H&S policy, develop and implement an H&S program, and
to appoint “competent” supervisors. “Competent” means that            ABIH              BCRSP                 RIBO                 ICM            CRBOH
supervisors must have knowledge of the health and safety          CM Points Issued   CM Points Issued Hours    Category    Hours    Category   CM Points Issued

hazards in the workplace, and must be familiar with the OHSA            1.0               0.5          6.5    Management   N/A        N/A            1.0

and the regulations that apply to their work.
                                                                 Click here for details                                            Manitoba & Ontario
This seminar will include a practical introduction to the OHSA
and regulations; present a proven approach to H&S policy and
program development; discuss effective H&S management
and auditing the H&S program. Each participant will receive a
                                                                 Introduction to Emergency Response Operations
handout package including the most recent copy of the OHSA       1 Day Course
and regulations.                                                 Directors, managers and supervisors who are contemplating
                                                                 building an effective response capability within their company
Click here for details                                 Ontario   will want to attend this 1-day training course.

                                                                 Whether it is fire, spill response, medical emergencies, or
Incident Command and Control                                     a combination of priorities, today’s workplace is becoming
                                                                 a diverse and challenging environment. Reducing risk and
1 Day Course
                                                                 employing loss control options are key factors in determining
Effective training for an Emergency Response Incident            just what emergency response levels should be undertaken by
Commander is required by the Occupational Safety & Health        a company when planning such a program.
Administration (OSHA) and is recommended by the National
Fire Protection Association (NFPA) as well                       Risk factors often include likely occurrences and the severity
as CAN/CSA-Z731-03.                                              of each, including the consequences, and these must be
                                                                 considered when planning response operations. This training
Incident Commanders are responsible for managing the entire      course will detail these factors.
response operations. Effective decision making and critical
analysis must allow an Incident Commander to evaluate and        Training, equipment, competencies and maintenance of both
                                                                 personnel and equipment will be addressed in detail. CAN/
select proper courses of action during an emergency incident.
                                                                 CSA-Z731-03, Emergency Planning for Industry will be one of
Coordinating an effective response to emergency situations
                                                                 several standards that will be examined during the training course.
involving chemical, fire or medical emergencies is essential
in order to protect the environment, the general public and      The use of realistic training scenarios to establish confidence
emergency response personnel.                                    and competence, and the objective evaluation of these
                                                                 scenarios will be covered as well.
This 1-day workshop is directed towards those who may
be called upon to coordinate or lead an effective and safe       This course is presented Onsite only. Please contact us for
response to an emergency at their facility. A combination of     pricing and further details.
theory and table top exercises will be employed to facilitate
                                                                      ABIH              BCRSP                 RIBO                 ICM            CRBOH
the learning process.
                                                                  CM Points Issued   CM Points Issued Hours    Category    Hours    Category   CM Points Issued

                                                                        1.0               0.5          6.5    Management   N/A        N/A            1.0



                                                                 Click here for details                                            Manitoba & Ontario


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Joint Health & Safety Committees                                                                 Ontario Fire Code O.Reg. 213/07
1 Day Course                                                                                     Complimentary Breakfast Seminar
For managers, supervisors and current members of a Joint                                         Don’t Get Burned ! As a building owner, you are legally
Health & Safety Committee, this course will outline the steps                                    responsible for the implementation of all aspects of the
required in forming a Committee and the duties and functions                                     Ontario Fire Code, recently updated in November 2007.
of committee members under the Ontario Occupational Health                                       Find out if you’re compliant:
and Safety Act. This informative one day training course will
                                                                                                 •	 Has	your	Fire	Safety	Plan	been	completed	and	approved	by	
also address the development of Environmental Health &
                                                                                                    your local Fire Department?
Safety Policies and Procedures, making recommendations,
                                                                                                 •	 Have	you	trained	and	instructed	your	supervisory	staff	on	
meeting requirements, as well as workplace inspections.
                                                                                                    the plan and the actions to be taken in the event of an alarm?
     ABIH              BCRSP                 RIBO                 ICM            CRBOH
                                                                                                 •	 Have	you	conducted	your	annual	fire	evacuation	drill	and	
 CM Points Issued   CM Points Issued Hours    Category    Hours    Category   CM Points Issued
                                                                                                    documented the results?
       1.0               0.5          6.5    Management   N/A        N/A            1.0
                                                                                                 •	 Does	your	company	have	a	Business	Resumption	Plan?
Click here for details                                                              Ontario      It’s crucial for occupant safety and protection of your property
                                                                                                 that all regulations are followed.

Occupational Noise Exposure                                                                      Leslie Saltel, our Fire and Safety expert will tell you what
                                                                                                 you need to know to be compliant with a special focus on
Complimentary Breakfast Seminar ON
                                                                                                 emergency planning. Come prepared with your questions!
The Ontario Ministry of Labour has amended the Industrial
Regulations for establishments to update the occupational limits                                 Click here for details                                  Ontario
for noise and provide greater worker protection against noise,
including hearing loss. These changes are effective July 1, 2007.

This 2 hour breakfast seminar will cover:
                                                                                                 Respiratory Protection
•	 What	needs	to	be	done	to	comply	with	the	new	limits
                                                                                                 ½ Day Course

•	 Conducting	Noise	Surveys                                                                      Whenever a respirator is worn, all managers and supervisors
                                                                                                 have a legal obligation to have a written Policy in place and be
•	 Developing	Exposure	Control	Strategies
                                                                                                 familiar with CAN/CSA-Z94.4-02.
•	 Signage
•	 	 nd	other	“Good	Practice	Guidelines”	for	Noise	Control
   A                                                                                             This 4 hour course will introduce participants to the selection,
                                                                                                 use, and care of respiratory protection equipment.
If you are concerned about insufficient separation distance
between your noise generating equipment and a noise                                              Beginning with policy statements on how the type of
sensitive receptor, please review our breakfast which includes                                   protection is determined, Air Purifying Respirators (APR’s),
Environmental Noise.                                                                             Supplied Air and Self Contained Breathing Apparatus will
                                                                                                 be addressed in detail. As well, the limitations of all types
Click here for details                                                              Ontario      of respiratory equipment, the limitations of the user and the
                                                                                                 requirements for fit testing.

                                                                                                 Participants will understand the methods for determining the
                                                                                                 correct cartridge types for APR’s and basic care, maintenance
                                                                                                 and testing of the equipment.

                                                                                                 This course is presented Onsite only. Please contact us for
                                                                                                 pricing and further details.

                                                                                                 Click here for details                     Manitoba & Ontario




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The Occupational Hygiene Review: An                                These changes can be confusing for people who do not work
                                                                   full-time in the occupational safety and health field. In this
Important Part of a Legal Prevention Plan
                                                                   breakfast seminar, Pinchin staff who are experienced in the
Complimentary Breakfast Seminar                                    field of safety and health will explain these changes in user-
Most workplaces in Manitoba use some hazardous chemicals           friendly terms. The contents of the new law will be discussed,
in their facilities. The law in Manitoba requires that any         and practical methods for compliance will be described.
workplaces that use such chemicals have a document called a
                                                                   Click here for details                                                           Manitoba
Prevention Plan prepared. One of the most important parts of
the Prevention Plan is the evaluation of chemicals to determine
which ones could cause a health hazard to workers.
                                                                   Transportation of Dangerous Goods
Workplace chemical evaluations are very difficult for persons      1 Day Course
who are not experts in the field of Occupational Hygiene.
                                                                   Existing Transportation of Dangerous Goods legislation
Pinchin Environmental has Occupational Hygienists available
                                                                   in Canada (Part 6 of the Transportation of Dangerous
who have experience in conducting chemical evaluations. Not
                                                                   Goods Regulations) requires training in the handling and
only does Pinchin have these resources, but Pinchin also has a
                                                                   transportation of hazardous materials for all workers involved
procedure for conducting the chemical evaluation itself. This
                                                                   in these activities. Safe and efficient handling of hazardous
procedure is called the Occupational Hygiene Review.
                                                                   materials during shipping in any mode of transport is a basic
In this breakfast seminar, participants will learn about           requirement to continued, safe operations. The frequency
the requirements of the Prevention Plan and the chemical           with which shipping of Dangerous Goods occurs makes this
evaluation. They will learn how an Occupational Hygiene            training relevant and required learning. Safe transportation
Review can satisfy many of the legal requirements associated       of dangerous goods is essential in order to protect the
with the use of hazardous chemicals. The presentation of the       environment, the general public as well as response personnel.
program will be delivered in a user-friendly style.
                                                                   This 1-day training program is directed towards those who
Click here for details                                Manitoba     may be called upon to coordinate the transfer and shipping
                                                                   of hazardous materials in any environment. The levels
                                                                   of training discussed in the workshop directly pertain to
The Workplace Safety & Health Act Review                           managers and supervisors responsible for coordinating these
                                                                   activities. It will prepare participants to coordinate and direct
Complimentary Breakfast Seminar                                    the operational response the overall direction of an on-scene
You may be aware that in Manitoba there have been recent           commander. Also, TDG Act and Regulations mandate training
changes to the law regarding the responsibilities of workplace     requirements for shippers, and personnel directly transporting
parties. In the past, the law required that the employer be the    or receiving dangerous goods.
person who was mainly responsible for protecting worker
                                                                   This course is presented Onsite only. Please contact us for
safety and health. There were also some duties required for
                                                                   pricing and further details.
workers and self-employed persons, as well.
                                                                        ABIH              BCRSP                 RIBO                 ICM            CRBOH
In 2002 and 2005, the Act was amended with a number of              CM Points Issued   CM Points Issued Hours    Category    Hours    Category   CM Points Issued
changes. Most of the new changes set new requirements into                1.0               0.5          6.5    Management   N/A        N/A            1.0

law for all workplace parties. Not only are there now increased
responsibilities for employers, workers and self employed          Click here for details                                            Manitoba & Ontario
persons; but there are now new responsibilities for supervisors,
owners, suppliers, and contractors.




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WHMIS                                                                                            WHMIS Train the Trainer
½ Day Course                                                                                     1 Day Course
The Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System                                             This dynamic and challenging 1-day course will provide
(WHMIS) ensures that employers and workers have access                                           all the essentials for effective “on-site” training of the
to information regarding the hazards and safe use of products                                    Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System
used in their facilities.                                                                        (W.H.M.I.S.). Beginning with a review of current WHMIS
                                                                                                 regulatory requirements, and a threshold knowledge test,
This ½-day, client on-site workshop provides the attendees with                                  participants will then begin to develop effective and well
an understanding of the elements of WHMIS regulations (e.g.                                      documented course training plans. Methods of Adult
MSDS, product labeling), chemical hazards and the control of                                     Instruction including, training needs, analysis, lesson plans,
these hazards, and with the knowledge needed to implement and                                    testing criteria, use of audio visual and training aids will be
maintain an effective WHMIS program. Focus is placed on the                                      addressed in detail. The factors which affect how adults learn
practical management of a WHMIS program in the workplace.                                        and the different techniques for information delivery are also
A variety of teaching techniques, including group discussion,                                    key items that will be covered. The use of “micro topics”
group assignments, and self-audits, ensure a successful                                          and objective evaluation of training methods will be detailed
training experience.                                                                             as well. Participants will be given a CD containing valuable
                                                                                                 information that they may take back to their worksites in
     ABIH              BCRSP                 RIBO                 ICM            CRBOH
                                                                                                 preparation for WHMIS training.
 CM Points Issued   CM Points Issued Hours    Category    Hours    Category   CM Points Issued

       0.5               N/A          4.0     Technical    4.0     General          0.5               ABIH              BCRSP                 RIBO                 ICM            CRBOH
                                                                                                  CM Points Issued   CM Points Issued Hours    Category    Hours    Category   CM Points Issued

                                                                                                        1.0               0.5          6.5    Management   N/A        N/A            1.0
Click here for details                                            Manitoba & Ontario

                                                                                                 Click here for details                                                              Ontario




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 Occupational Health & Safety – Overview

OH&S Management courses are presented by safety professionals who have demonstrated success in
OH&S management positions. All Pinchin OH&S courses are delivered by professionally accredited,
experienced trainers, including Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (CRSP),
Certified Industrial Hygienists (CIH) and Chartered Chemists.
Types of courses available are:

Occupational Hygiene (and Chemical Safety)
  Respiratory Protection                       Confined Space Gas Testing                Occupational Hygiene                Beryllium Safety
  Respirator Fit-Testing                       Designated Substances                     Sampling (Air, Noise and            Personal Protective Equipment
  WHMIS                                        (e.g. Lead, Silica,                       Surface Sampling)                   (PPE): Selection, Use and
  Confined Space Entry                         Isocyanates)                              Hearing Conservation                Management
  Confined Space Rescue                                                                  Heat Stress                         Blood Borne Pathogens


Occupational Safety
  Hot Work                                     Fire Safety                               Accident/Incident Investigation     Part II JHSC Certification
  Fall Protection                              Ladders and Scaffolds                     Workplace Inspections               Laser Safety Awareness
  Lock-Out/Tag-Out                             Slips, Trips and Falls                    Transportation of Dangerous         Manual Materials Handling
  Lift Truck                                   Incident Command                          Goods                               Grounding and Bonding
  Hazard Identification                        and Control
  Indoor Cranes and Rigging


Building-Related Hazardous Materials
  Asbestos                                     Lead (and other Designated                Construction/Maintenance
  Mould                                        Substances)                               Related Infection Control in
                                               Office Air Quality                        Health Care Facilities


OH&S Management
  Effective Safety Committees                  OH&S for Managers and                     Introduction to the                 Introduction to the Canada
  Developing a Practical OH&S                  Supervisors (“Competency                  Occupational Health and             Labour Code (Part II) and the
  Program                                      Training”)                                Safety Act and Regulations          Canada Occupational Health
                                           ■   Introduction to Emergency                                                     and Safety Regulations
                                               Response

Flexibility: Pinchin staff is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week, to help you meet your
training objectives on time and cost-effectively.

Workplace-Specific Training: Pinchin specializes in workplace-specific training. Our consultants are
available to conduct pre-training needs assessments of your workplace and assist in the development
of written programs and procedures, when required. This information is incorporated into the
training materials to ensure that our courses are truly workplace-specific.

Train-the-Trainer: Pinchin is also available to deliver train-the-trainer sessions on all topics.

Course Duration: Course durations vary depending on the topic and the needs of the attendees.
Durations range from 1-hour awareness sessions to 3-day intensive courses. Pinchin’s staff work
with the client during a pre-training meeting to determine the most appropriate program.

Pinchin Packages: Have a need for a number of training courses? Bundle them together and save!
Our OH&S staff would be pleased to meet with you to discuss your training needs and are available
to assist you in conducting a Training Needs Assessment.




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