Safety Services Manitoba is committed to being a leader in making Manitoba the safest place to live and work — and that means the whole province.
To accomplish this goal, the agency is extending its reach to rural communities such as Brandon by providing training in those centres.
Safety Services Manitoba will be offering three executive training courses in Brandon this spring, including its Aerial Work Platform on March 5, Fall Protection March 6-7 and Forklift Train the Trainer program on April 5.
SSM’s expert instructors go beyond the training materials to provide a valuable refresher and prep session for experienced and new trainers.
“To reach our goal of making Manitoba the safest province in which to live and work, we need to be committed to providing training and consulting services to all communities. That means reaching out to rural areas and helping them make safety a priority,” said Judy Murphy, president and CEO at SSM.
All courses will take place at the Workers Compensation Board, 1-457 Ninth Street, in Brandon.
Republished from the Brandon Sun print edition February 26, 2013