IMPORTANT TRAINING UPDATE: COVID-19

As COVID-19 continues to impact areas across the country, we are closely monitoring new developments. The health and safety of our customers and employees at Cervus is our top priority.
 
Recently, the provincial governments of Alberta, Saskatchewan and Manitoba have announced multi-phase plans to reopen businesses and public venues. We are now accepting in-person and jobsite training requests for ALL branches. Classes are currently being scheduled with safety precautions and restrictions.

Effective May 19:
  • We will restrict the size of our classes to a maximum of 9 students to avoid crowding and maintain physical distancing.
  • All large student groups will be moved to digital/online format for the theory portion of the training with small groups of 9 students for the practical portion.
  • We will supply students with protective gloves while operating the equipment.
  • We will completely clean and wipe the classroom and training equipment for each class to minimize any contamination.
  • We ask the students and/or employers who are registering for training to be honest and if they are not feeling well to stay home or consult with a doctor. 
Online training courses are still available as an alternative to regular in-person and jobsite classroom training.
 
We remain open and ready to support your parts, service and sales needs. Please contact your local Cervus Equipment branch for further information.

Fall Protection Training

This course provides students a basic understanding of fall protection systems and equipment regarding fit, selection and maintenance. It will cover relevant federal and provincial legislative requirements. Any person performing work over 3 meters high requires fall protection certification. Our fall protection training includes:
 
  • Understanding safety regulations: federal, provincial and company in addition to employer, superintendent and co-worker responsibilities
  • Fall protection systems: fall arrest systems, fall protection planning and systems, travel restraint systems, fall prevention techniques and systems, fall hazards and ladder safety
  • Major types of fall hazards: unprotected roof edges, improper scaffold construction, unsafe portable ladders and working near electricity
  • Fall protection systems: control and safe zones, anchorage (temporary and permanent), body harness fitment and donning, connected devices, shock absorbing lanyard, self-retracting lanyard, lifelines (horizontal and vertical), rescue plan, equipment inspection, care and maintenance

Cervus Equipment Operator Safety Training Centers are located in Calgary, Edmonton, Lethbridge, Medicine Hat, Red Deer and Fort McMurray, Alberta; Regina and Saskatoon, Saskatchewan; and Winnipeg, Manitoba.

Download the October 2020 Training Calendar
 

COURSE OPTIONS

IN-CLASS FALL PROTECTION TRAINING

The in-class training program offers a morning classroom session focused on theory. This is followed by an afternoon session for hands-on practical training and ends with an evaluation session on the same day. 

Benefits:

  • Classroom environment for better understanding
  • Certified in a day; depending on skillset
  • Instructor available to answer questions

ON-SITE FALL PROTECTION TRAINING

For convenience, our certified trainers can train YOUR operators on YOUR equipment at YOUR facility. On-site training begins with a morning session of classroom theory and a written examination followed by an afternoon of practical hands-on training.

Benefits:

  • Employees are trained on-site reducing travel cost and time
  • Multiple employees can be trained together in your work environment
  • Employees get trained on the equipment they use on a daily basis