Is it Toxic? It’s all about dose.

Both in class and in the field, we often hear people tossing around the word ‘toxic’ when talking about compounds or chemicals found on site. Failing to differentiate between a substance that is ‘hazardous’ and one that is ‘toxic’ is dangerous, and may even indicate that the staff are being Continue reading

Partnership: True Link Safety – your connection to exceptional Rescue Services

KG Safety Services is excited to let you know about our newest partnership with True Link Safety. In the past we have received numerous requests for our staff to become involved in on site emergency responses activities, and while the KGSS staff enjoys the challenges of on site response we Continue reading

Health Services Offerings Expanded

The gear is here! We’re all set to offer Audiometric (hearing) and Spirometry (lung function) testing. Imagine the convenience of being able to get these basic tests done while you’re at our offices taking a course, or with no wait time any other day. We have the staff! University of Continue reading

Wilderness & Wildlife Training course available

KG Safety Services has offered our Wilderness & Wildlife training course onsite to clients for years and now you can take it in class at our Edmonton locations. This one day program provides the basics in; wilderness survival pre-trip planning hazard recognition and avoidance emergency survival survival psychology navigation skills, Continue reading

Holiday Training Schedule

KG Safety Services understands the demands of the industry on you and your organization; as such we have instructors available to you through the holiday season for on and off-site training. The only day we will be closed is  December 25th. We can accommodate next day or even same day Continue reading

Canada-Alberta Job Grant

What is the Canada-Alberta Job Grant? The Canada-Alberta Job Grant is an employer-driven training program. This means that employers decide on who gets training and what type of training may be needed for new and existing employees. Employers must use a third-party training provider to deliver the formal training either Continue reading