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

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

How the sun sees you – effects of UV exposure

Artist and author Thomas Leveritt recently captured footage of a series of people with an ultraviolet camera. According to Leveritt, “an ultraviolet camera can show not-yet-visible changes” on people’s skin — which means lots of freckles. Leveritt then had subjects put on sunscreen to demonstrate how it protects their skin. Continue reading

Standard Confined Space Entry & Tending Worker

Class information $150 per participant The KG Safety Services Inc. Confined Space Entry & Tending Worker course is a combined one-day course and will teach participants basic knowledge and proficiency with respect to confined space entry procedures as well as applicable Alberta Occupational Health and Safety legislation. Confined Space Entry Continue reading

CSA Z1001-13 – What does it mean for Safety Training?

The Canadian Standards Association released Z1001-13 in April of 2013. An integral part of the Z1000 management series, Z1001-13 Occupational Health and Safety Training, sheds light on what Health and Safety Training is intended to achieve, what it means to be competent when managing, creating and presenting health and safety Continue reading

Training Program Copyright’

KG Safety Services had requested an official copyright on unique training materials that has since been granted by Industry Canada, a division of the Canadian Government. This copyright applies to all unique material associated with out Confined Space and Fall Protection programs and does not include other copy written materials Continue reading

Training for Competency

In the Alberta Occupational Health & Safety Code, the word “competent” appears quite often. In many sections, the OH&S Code requires employers to provide competent workers to perform tasks which are potentially hazardous to unskilled persons. So what does “competent” mean? Alberta’s OH&S code states; “competent” in relation to a Continue reading