Industrial & Construction Safety Solutions

Industrial & Construction Safety Solutions ICSS is a Safety Training and Consulting company dedicated to helping organizations improve Health & Safety results and build Organizational Effectiveness.

Our team of Human Resource and Occupational Health and Safety Environmental Professionals can assist your organization in reducing or eliminating injuries in three areas:
Occupational Health & Safety Training
Occupational Health & Safety Consulting
Human Resource Training

Our team of professionals will assist you in meeting all your workplace health and safety requirements. To book training or to find out more about our services contact us at:
613-498-2722 or email [email protected].

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Levac Supply Limited
06/25/2020

Levac Supply Limited

Check out our summer flyer for some great specials on PPE and more! Click here for the full 4 page flyer:https://levacsupply.com/photos/custom/Specials/flyer%20pdf/Summer%20Flyer%202020%20Final.pdf

03/12/2020
How to Obtain Your Certificate From Skills Pass/Bluedrop Upon Successful Completion of JHSC  Part 1 & 2 and JHSC Refresh...
02/14/2020

How to Obtain Your Certificate From Skills Pass/Bluedrop Upon Successful Completion of JHSC Part 1 & 2 and JHSC Refresher, Working at Heights and Working at Heights Refresher.

09/18/2019
September Brockville in house training
08/15/2019

September Brockville in house training

Extinguishing Kitchen FiresOil and Grease FiresPut a lid (or an upside down pan) over the pan to smother the fire and de...
07/02/2019

Extinguishing Kitchen Fires
Oil and Grease Fires

Put a lid (or an upside down pan) over the pan to smother the fire and deprive it of oxygen. Turn off the heat source.
– If that doesn’t do the trick, use a dry chemical fire extinguisher (not a water-based one).

– If you don’t have an extinguisher, tear the top off a box of baking soda and carefully dump the contents on the fire. Salt also works. DO NOT substitute flour, sugar, or baking powder! They can explode and make the fire much worse. According to the Ohio Fire Safety Board, one cup of flour or sugar potentially has the explosive power of two sticks of dynamite!

Never put water on a grease or oil fire—it will splatter and spread.
Don’t run with a burning pan; there’s too much danger of dripping and spreading the fire or burning yourself.
If you can’t put out the fire very quickly, yell and alert other people in the house to get out. Be sure you have an unobstructed path to an exit. Get out first, then call 911 if necessary.
Electrical and appliance fires

If your oven—or something in it, such as the element—catches fire, close the oven door and turn off the heat source. If it doesn’t go out in a short time, use a dry chemical fire extinguisher on it, or just call 911. Do not use water.
If a fire erupts in your microwave, keep the oven door shut and turn off the microwave. Unplug it—but only if you can do so safely.
Never blow on flames or fan them with a towel or apron! That feeds oxygen to the fire, makes it worse, and can cause it to spread.
If an appliance has caused a fire or burned at all because of a fire, replace it. Do not try to use it again.
DO NOT immerse a burning appliance in water! Use a dry chemical fire extinguisher, or get out of the house and call 911. If you safely can, unplug the appliance or turn off the breaker that cuts all power to the kitchen.

Flammable Object Fires

If a small object such as a hot pad or a dishcloth catches fire, you can use a pair of tongs to drop it into the sink and douse it with water. If it’s a larger object such as a tablecloth, use a fire extinguisher.
If a person’s clothing catches fire, employ the “stop, drop and roll” technique. You may be able to smother the fire with a fire blanket, a rug, a heavy towel or coat. Douse it with water. Call 911.
Know how to use your fire extinguisher and fire blanket ahead of time. Study manufacturer’s instructions. A fire blanket is a safety device, usually made of fiberglass or other synthetic material, used to extinguish small fires such as pan fires by smothering the fire and depriving it of oxygen. Keep one in a handy place in the kitchen.
Though most kitchen fires are preventable, when they do happen we can be prepared by having a good supply of baking soda on hand for pan fires, by having a kitchen-sized fire extinguisher and knowing how to use it, by having a fire blanket on hand to smother difficult fires, and by keeping [BurnFree Pain Relieving Gel] on hand for minor burns.

05/01/2019
Bluedrop Learning Networks

Working at Heights/Refresher & Joint Health and Safety Part 1 and 2 News!
WEDNESDAY, MAY 01, 2019
NEWS FOR WORKING AT HEIGHTS/REFRESHER & JOINT HEALTH AND SAFETY PART 1 AND 2 CERTIFICATES
Some important changes and information we would like to inform our learners about Working at Heights/Working at Heights Refresher, Joint Health & Safety Part 1 & 2 and Refresher


The Ministry of Labour has contracted Bluedrop Learning Networks to develop and maintain an online Certification Management System (CMS) for all mandatory training records.
CMS is powered by software known as SkillsPassTM.
The system will allow learners to access their training records online and on their smartphones 24/7.
As of March 4th, Learners will be able to set up and claim their accounts by visiting https://myskillspass.com/client/msp/skillspass/
To access and set up an account, learners will need their address, year of birth, email address and phone number
Only learners will be able to login and update their profile
Learners can give consent online for their employers to view their training record
Questions about setting up an account or technical issues can be resolved by contacting Bluedrop at [email protected]


Please click the link below to see a detailed video on how to use the new system.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?time_continue=61&v=5363d13lpN8

04/28/2019

Health & Safety Training Courses
ICSS offers the following Safety Training Courses that can be conducted at your location or our Brockville and Kingston training center. Check out our in-house training course calendar.

Accident Investigation
Arc Flash
Asbestos Awareness
Chainsaw
Confined Space
Crane and Rigging Awareness Training
Environmental Spill Control
Fall Protection/Ladder Safety
Fire Extinguisher
First Aid: Emergency
First Aid: Standard & CPR
Fit Testing & Training
Health & Safety at Work - Employee
Hot Work
Joint Health and Safety Committee Part 1
Joint Health and Safety Committee Part 2
Lift Truck
Load Securement
Lock & Tag out
Machine Guarding
Ma*****na Awareness
Mobile Elevating Work Platform
On the Job (Train the Trainer)
Propane Handling for Construction
Respirator
Rigging & Lifting
Robotics
Scaffold Safety Awareness
Supervisor and the Law
Surface Mining Common Core
Traffic Control Person
Transportation of Dangerous Goods
WHMIS/GHS
Working at Heights for Construction
Working at Heights REFRESHER
Workplace Violence & Harassment
Zero to Eight Ton

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01/10/2019

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12/17/2018

Training Expiry – What Courses expire and when?
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 27, 2018 Edit Posting
No Set Expiry
The majority of courses you will take do not have a set expiry date – but it is expected that the content be reviewed on an annual basis in-house, specific to your own hazards and needs. However if you have not used the skills learned in a period of time then due diligence suggests that you re-take the course to ensure the information is fresh and clear in your mind.

Examples of courses without an expiry date are WHMIS/GHS, Bill 168, Fall Protection, etc.

Set Expiry
There are a few courses where a set expiry term has been mandated:

Working at Heights (Construction): 3 years
Lift Truck: 3 years
Transportation of Dangerous Goods: 3 years
First Aid: 3 years


How can ICSS help?
ICSS tracks all training and will send updates prior to your training expiring to the Health and Safety contact for your company. In the month prior to your training expiring the contact will receive a notice and information regarding upcoming courses or booking training.

Is Your Workplace Ready???
12/13/2018

Is Your Workplace Ready???

Joint Health and Safety Part 2  on January 29th and 30th, 5 spots open.
12/13/2018

Joint Health and Safety Part 2 on January 29th and 30th, 5 spots open.

Joint Health and Safety Part 1  January 15th, 16th and 17th.  We have 8 spots opened
12/13/2018

Joint Health and Safety Part 1 January 15th, 16th and 17th. We have 8 spots opened

We are now approved for JHSC Part 1 Training - courses scheduled starting in September
08/01/2017

We are now approved for JHSC Part 1 Training - courses scheduled starting in September

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08/01/2017

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Industrial & Construction Safety Solutions
08/01/2017

Industrial & Construction Safety Solutions

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330 Laurier Blvd.
Brockville, ON
K6V 5V6

Opening Hours

Monday 07:30 - 16:30
Tuesday 07:30 - 16:30
Wednesday 07:30 - 16:30
Thursday 07:30 - 16:30
Friday 07:30 - 16:30

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