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Health & Safety Training for Industrial, Commercial & Property Management


Firehouse Training provides workplace safety programs for businesses, medical facilities, dental offices, retail, property management, and commercial manufacturing.


Workplace Online Training Programs

Accumulate workplace standardized training (CE) continuing education credits with our Firehouse Safety Training programs.

With fire safety training, fall protection, confined space, WHMIS and worker health and safety courses for your employees and management, we have an abundance of training programs to ensure your workplace is compliant with local health and safety requirements.

Health & Safety Training Programs

These Firehouse Training Occupational Health and Safety Awareness training programs provides a basic understanding of the Occupational Health and Safety Act (OHSA), and other various sector specific, hazard specific, and competency specific training. This is ideal for candidates looking for additional certifications in this area, to increase workplace health and safety competencies as a first responder. 

Supervisor Training

This Firehouse Training Due Diligence for Supervisors course is designed to help supervisors meet their obligations for safety in the workplace by defining due diligence and describing what employers and supervisors must do to meet due diligence requirements.

Personal Protective Equipment

This Firehouse Training online course teaches students about the basics of personal protective equipment (PPE). Students will learn about the hierarchy of hazard controls, their rights and responsibilities, head protection, eye and face protection, hearing protection, and hand and foot protection, among others.

Fire Prevention

These Firehouse Training online courses will enhance your knowledge in the areas of Fire Prevention, Fire Safety Practices, Fire Extinguishment methods and the Introduction to Fire & Life Safety Education. Courses include Fire Prevention training in Hazmat, Industrial and Office Environments.

Fire Safety

This Firehouse Training online course listing will provide online training certifications in the areas of Fire Safety, Fire Extinguisher Training, Basic Firefighting Tactics, Fire Inspections, Hazard Assessments and Emergency Procedures.

Coronavirus COVID-19 Training Courses

This Firehouse Training online Coronavirus: COVID-19 training courses discusses COVID-19 hazards and the safe practices for First Responders and Healthcare Workers that the World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control and other healthcare authorities recommend that you follow to avoid them.

Spill Response Training

The following Firehouse Training online courses highlight enhanced training in the areas of Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure. This includes Hazardous Spills, Hazard Communication, Chemical Safety and Stormwater Management that are very important components when dealing with the proper response and clean-up of chemical spills.

Confined Space Training

These Firehouse Training online courses will provide an overview of confined spaces and explains how to safely manage confined space entries. The courses will focus on general safety principles and provide information that will increase your recognition of potential confined spaces, and improve your knowledge of safe operations on a job-site or an emergency scene.


These Firehouse Training online trench rescue awareness and safety training programs are ideal for construction and industry personnel who would respond to emergency incidents in any area of technical rescues, involving trenches and confined spaces. 

Emergency Planning & PREPAREDNESS

These Firehouse Training courses deal in the areas of Emergency Planning and Preparedness, Emergency Response Plans, Egress and Emergency Action Plans, First Aid Basics, Construction Safety, Dealing with Active Shooter Response, and Emergency Response for Multi-Story Buildings and High-Rises.

WHMIS GHS 2015 Training

This Firehouse Training online GHS and WHMIS course is designed to fulfil the training for both the Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS) and the new Globally Harmonized System (GHS) training requirements. The course explains the old Workplace Hazardous Material Information System information, as well as how GHS will change WHMIS and what the new requirements are.

Fall Protection Training for Construction and industry personnel

This Firehouse Training online Fall Protection Training course for construction and industry personnel covers the basics of fall arrest, travel restraint, including fall protection definitions, calculations, and on-site response and emergency service basic rescue planning.

Transportation of Dangerous Goods

This Firehouse Training course has been designed to help educate the student on the Canadian TDG Act and its associated regulations. Participants will learn about their roles and responsibilities under this Act and the various aspects and requirements of safe and responsible dangerous good transportation, including proper handling, placarding, documentation, and emergency response and incident reporting procedures.  

Propane Handling & Exchange

This Firehouse online Propane Handling and Exchange course is designed to familiarize you with the dangers of propane, control methods to mitigate hazards, and the requirements for transporting, handling, exchanging, and storing propane cylinders.

Forklift Operator

This Firehouse online Forklift course is designed to help you meet OSHA forklift training requirements while keeping both operators and pedestrians around forklifts safe. This lesson is designed to provide workers with an awareness of the safety regulations for operating a forklift. The curriculum serves as the formal-instruction component of forklift operator training, and generally precedes hands-on operator training and site-specific training.

Defensive Driver Training Courses

These various online defensive driving training programs will provide a quick, simple and effective way to get workers Canada compliant. This course was built by professional safety trainers to meet and exceed the safety training and compliance standards set by the Canadian regulating bodies for various workplaces and employers.


This online Ladder Safety Online course covers the fundamentals for the safe use of portable self-supporting, portable non-self-supporting, fixed, specialty, and job-made ladders. This course satisfies Canada’s requirements for classroom training.

Aerial Lift Training: Ladder Truck Boom Familiarization

This Firehouse Training Online Vehicle Mounted Aerial Lift course covers important aspects of vehicle-mounted aerial lifts including inspections, hazards, safe operation, rigging, and components.

Lock Out Tag Out Safety Training

This Firehouse Training Online Lockout-Tagout (LOTO) Worker Safety course meets and exceeds the standards for lockout-tagout safety training set by Canada’s OHS and CSA regulatory bodies.

Chainsaw Safety Training

This Firehouse Training Chainsaw Safety course is designed to teach you how to operate and control your chainsaw both safely and effectively.

Electrical Safety

This Firehouse Training online course provides the knowledge needed for on-site construction and industry personnel to recognize and avoid electrical hazards to keep yourself and your crew safe.

Asbestos Training

This online Asbestos Awareness course is specifically designed to provide an understanding of the hazards associated with working around asbestos. This is a Canada-Compliant Training Class Online for Asbestos for the construction and general industry. This course satisfies Canada’s requirements for the classroom portion of safety training.

H2S Hydrogen Sulfide Hazmat Safety

This Firehouse Training lesson covers how workers and employees can correctly apply hazard recognition principles and safety practices when dealing with hydrogen sulfide on an emergency scene or in the workplace. This is a must-have for anyone interested in Hazardous Materials Response.

Flammable Liquid Emergency Response

These Firehouse Training lessons cover how to correctly apply hazard recognition principles and safety practices when using flammable liquids in the workplace and flammable liquid firefighting. This course covers risks associated with flammable and combustible liquids, and general safety procedures such as proper storage and use. 

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Interpersonal Skills Training

The following Firehouse Training interpersonal skills training programs will enhance employees’ knowledge and awareness when working with others individually or in groups. These courses will educate the employee on dealing with conflict, working in a diverse environment and enhancing the culture in the workplace.

Managing Conflict Training for EMPLOYEES

This Firehouse Training course identifies appropriate responses to conflict in the workplace. Topics in this course include Conflict Resolution Styles, Selecting Styles, Collaboration Guidelines, and Application. This is an ideal course for employees looking for training in management, conflict resolution and leadership skills.

Diversity Training

This Firehouse Training online Diversity in the Workplace course discusses diversity, the obstacles that can prevent people from accepting it, and what employees can do to embrace and encourage diversity in their workplace, including the fire station.

Aboriginal Awareness Training

This Firehouse Training online Aboriginal Awareness course introduces the concept of culture to set the foundation for discussion of Canada’s Aboriginal people, their values, concerns and history.

Workplace Culture & Ethics Training

This Firehouse Training online Workplace Culture & Ethics Training includes education on ethical conduct, the benefits of doing the right thing, and practical steps for making ethical and positive choices in the workplace.

Leadership Skills Training

Workplaces are actively looking for employees with training in leadership skills and development, and the following Firehouse Training online courses will provide just that. We have courses in the areas of Leadership Fundamentals, Leadership for Safety, Effective Communication, Accident Investigations and Organizational Roles & Supervisory Training.

Mental Health Training

Mental health training and awareness is a must have for any employee in the workplace. This section covers Firehouse Training certifications in Mental Health Prevention and Psychological Safety Training, First Responder Wellness and Dealing with Cannabis and Workplace Safety.


We also specialize in evacuation, fire drill and fire warden training, custom fire safety plan implementation as well as workplace fire prevention inspections and audits, when it comes to keeping your and employees safe from fire. We will work with your workplace to mitigate risk, provide hazard assessment and safety training and reduce your operational risks.




Workplace Fire Safety Programs & Consulting

The following training programs are available virtually or in a classroom or workplace setting with practical training evolutions for your employees.
We offer workplace training in the areas of:

  • Fire Safety and Prevention
  • Fire Extinguisher Training
  • WHMIS GHS 2015
  • Lock Out/Tag Out Programs
  • Confined Space Safety & Rescue
  • Trench Safety Awareness
  • Spill Response & Hazmat Safety Training
  • Occupational Health & Safety Programs
  • Transportation of Dangerous Goods Training
  • ERG Emergency Response Guidebook Training Program
  • Hot Work Training & Fire Prevention Programs for Staff
  • Personal Protective Equipment Training for Workers
  • Noise & Hearing Conservation Training

These courses are popular and highly sought after in the healthcare industry, manufacturing, oil and gas and for many private industry employers. Contact us today for a quote for your workplace today.

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Fire Warden Training

Is your staff adequately trained when it comes to dealing with a fire or emergency situation in your building? Does everyone know how to evacuate safely and the proper way to account for everyone in your workplace?

The Ontario Fire Code also states “that training must be provided to supervisory staff and building occupants for them to become aware of what to do in case of an emergency.”

This safety training teaches fire and emergency preparedness and how to properly evacuate a building safely. Staff and occupants must be familiar with your building’s safety features, fire alarms detection and suppression equipment and how you can use them to save lives and property. We will also discuss the duties and responsibilities of a building or company’s fire safety responsibilities and floor fire evacuation wardens.

If you would like to train your employees for emergencies like this in your building or workplace, then contact Firehouse Training today to find out what we can do to ensure your compliance with the Ontario Fire Code and Ministry of Labour safety requirements.

Fire Drill & Evacuation Training

When is the last time your company or occupants in your building have conducted a fire drill? Did you know that specific occupancies require a certain amount of fire drills each year? Have you been meeting the standard as laid out in the Ontario Fire Code? Did you know that most fire departments do not conduct fire drills for the private industry?

A fire drill is a rehearsed and planned evacuation. We will help train your building management staff, occupants and employees in fire drill safety. Participants will learn all about the duties of key personnel prior to a fire drill, within our custom training programs and seminars within Firehouse Training.

If your business or building needs some expertise in co-ordinating and running your annual, bi-annual and quarterly fire drills, then Firehouse Training can help you. We can assist in planning and running your fire drill training, contacting your local fire alarm monitoring company and providing a liaise with the local fire department and authority having jurisdiction.

We will also conduct a mock fire drill and provide or clients with an immediate on-site critique, followed by a written fire safety report.

Firehouse Training can provide the following:


  • Fire drill staff training in-class
  • A rehearsed mock fire drill
  • Communication with the local fire department and AHJ
  • Written fire safety report

Fire Extinguisher Training

We can help teach and provide on-site staff with fire extinguisher training and certification, to better help them deal with small fires and other issues that may occur in your workplace.

Becoming familiar with other fire safety systems, in addition to the use of a fire extinguisher is imperative throughout various buildings today. Understanding the locations and use of a standpipe hose cabinet, high rise and industrial hose reels, firefighter telephone use, pull station locations and accessing the fire alarm panels and equipment will all be included be our fire extinguisher training seminars as well. We also offer combined training in Spill Response as part of our seminar and course selection. Inquire for more details on this option.

Our fire extinguisher operation seminars will combine theory and hands-on training. You will learn how to identify the different types of fires, what fuels them, how to select the right extinguisher, and how to use an extinguisher properly.

Things to consider, before you even think about fighting a small fire:

  • Know how to use a fire extinguisher correctly and safely.
  • Stay at least two-three metres away from the fire. Being too close is not only dangerous, but also makes it harder to manipulate your extinguisher and be exposed to smoke.
  • Avoid direct smoke exposure. If smoke blocks your vision or can engulf your escape route, you must always leave the building immediately.
  • And, be sure your fire extinguisher fits the fire, based on its material and class type.

Fire Prevention & Life Safety Assessments And Audits

Is your building meeting the requirements, not only for staff training but fire alarm detection and suppression equipment in your workplace, including the correct amount of fire extinguishers on site, illuminated exit signs, proper control of combustibles and appropriate exits?

Firehouse can assist in providing consultations, checklists and audits to ensure your building is in compliance with the Ontario Fire Code, before you have to deal any issues that come up when dealing with your local fire departments fire prevention bureau and the authority having jurisdiction. Work with us to avoid the hassle of any unforeseen requests, or violation notices during your next surprise fire prevention visit.

Firehouse Training can provide you with:

  • On-site fire and life safety walkthroughs and audits
    Immediate critique of any violations, and education on proper compliance
  • Provide the training of an on-site fire safety checklist for staff for use in the future
  • Final Report of any potential issues, areas of concern and solutions to mitigate the problem to ensure compliance with Ontario Fire Code and Ministry of Labour

Fire Safety Plans

It is absolutely imperative to have a fire safety plan for your business. This is not only because it is a prerequisite and major requirement of the Ontario Fire Code, but because it protects the life of the people in your building and your property. Fire prevention and adequate protection must always be congruent with training, preparation and planning. We also include evacuation training, spill response training and spill protection as a component of our fire safety plan training needs.

Firehouse Training can work with business owners, managers and health and safety staff to ensure we create a fire safety plan that doesn’t only work for you, but can be easily implemented through training. All of Firehouse Trainings custom fire safety plans come with staff training and a sign-off sheet to ensure everyone is familiar with and understands the on-site fire safety plan. All fire safety plans must suit the resources and particular layout of each building in Ontario. We create fire plans according to user needs in any type of structure:

  • Low-rise, Mid-rise and small buildings (8 stories or less)
  • High-rise buildings (8 stories or more)
  • Industrial complexes, factories and plant facilities
  • Institutional and educational facilities
  • Vulnerable occupancies such as retirement facilities and long term care homes

We make sure that every fire plan is customized, created and reviewed in accordance with the Ontario Fire Code. According to the Ontario Fire Code Section 2.8, “the implementation of a Fire Safety Plan helps to assure effective utilization of life safety features in your building to protect people from fire.”

Firehouse Training offers the following fire safety planning services:


  • Current Fire Safety Plan reviews, audits, critique
  • Staff Training of your current Fire Safety Plan in place 
  • Coordination with local jurisdictions and fire department until final approval
  • Re-work of your current Fire Safety and Evacuation plans in place
  • Development of custom fire safety plans and evacuation drawings

Spill Response Training

Firehouse Training specializes in dealing with incidents involving hazardous materials and chemical spills in industry and commercial properties and factories. Is your company ready to handle or deal with an emergency like this? Does your building have a spill kit, that hasn’t been opened in years and the staff has not received proper training? 

Did you know that the Ontario Fire code and Ministry of Labour green book requires that all staff be familiar with spill response awareness, and that a spill response checklist must be posted in your workplace when dealing with various products and chemicals. 

We have training staff trained in the areas of hazardous materials technician, and specialist disciplines that can provide training in the notification, communication, mitigation and clean-up of basic workplace spills. We can provide spill response training, in conjunction with our fire safety training to better meet your business health and safety needs.

Firehouse Training can provide you with:

  • On-site spill response training seminars (2-4 hours in length)
  • Understanding of current workplace legislation and laws 
  • Familiarization with on-site spill kits
  • Selection of personal protective equipment if required
  • Isolation and Identification of products in your workplace
  • Building familiarization walkthroughs 
  • Mock spill training scenarios 
  • Proof of Training Certificates

Transportation of Dangerous Goods Practical Training

In our Transportation of Dangerous Goods In-Person Training Course, participants will learn various aspects of Dangerous Goods legislation, Hazards and Classes of Dangerous Goods, Packaging & Labeling, Shipping Documents & Vehicle Loading.

The purpose of the Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) Regulations is to promote public safety when dangerous goods are being handled, or transported. The regulations are a set of rules that prescribe safety standards and shipping requirements for thousands of different dangerous goods across the country.

ERG Emergency Response Guidebook Training In-Person Program

The Emergency Response Guidebook is used by emergency services personnel to provide guidance for initial response to hazardous material and dangerous goods incidents.

This publication helps to provide consistent emergency response procedures for hazardous materials in North America, and is an essential tool for preparedness, planning, and training. Firehouse Training provides online and in-person training on this guidebook in an interactive, case study driven educational program for industry staff or first responders.

Hot Work Training & Fire Safety Programs for Staff

Hot work is any work that has the potential to produce heat, spark, or flame. This may include welding, grinding, cutting, and even drilling. Industry employees who are assigned to perform hot work have the ability to identify and control potential hazards before completing the task.

This Firehouse Training in-person or virtual program will provide students with the ability to recognize the potential hazards and the appropriate controls when performing hot work and explain the different areas of a Hot Work Program, and Hot Work Permit system in industry. During this multi-hour program, participants will be able to:

  • Identify general requirements for hot work
  • Identify hot work hazards through a job-site risk assessment
  • Explain hot work program requirements and controls for the workplace
  • Fill out a hot work permit and utilize a hot work program

Personal Protective Equipment Training for Workers

This Firehouse Training course provides a hands-on introduction and overview to common types of personal protective equipment (PPE) used to protect against common workplace hazards, such as chemicals, noise and mechanical injury.

The basics of PPE are covered, including commercial and industrial training for safe use, understanding the limitations of various personal protective equipment and legal responsibilities in accordance with local jurisdiction and health and safety.

Various topics in this training program include hazard control, PPE familiarization,
responsibilities of workers, supervisors and employers. Most PPE training programs are between approximately 2-4 hours in duration, and can be paired with other training programs offered.

Noise & Hearing Conservation Training

The Firehouse Training employee training Occupational Hearing Conservation Program (HCP) can assist with the goal of preventing Noise-Induced Hearing Loss (NIHL) if the employees don’t know how excessive noise exposure can harm them or haven’t learned the behaviours that are necessary to reduce their risk.

Employers may be able to improve the success of their hearing loss prevention efforts by strengthening worker training program with this module presented in-class or online by firehouse Training. Most hearing conservation training programs are between 1-2 hours in duration and can be paired with other training programs offered.

Occupational Health & Safety Training Courses

Firehouse Training will cover the content required to meet the training requirements under the Occupational Health & Safety Act, complying with Federal and Provincial regulations. The following four mandatory training programs are required in the workplace in Ontario. This training can be provided virtually or in-person. These programs may include but not limited to:

  • Accessibility for Ontarians with Disabilities (AODA)
  • Workplace Hazardous Materials Information Systems (WHMIS)
  • Worker/Supervisor Health & Safety Awareness
  • Workplace Violence and Harassment

Contact Firehouse Training for more details regarding our Virtual Online Workplace Fire Safety and Occupational Health & Safety Training programs.

"Well Organized"

There virtual workplace safety courses were well organized on their website and was more interactive than anticipated for taking place in an online format. The printable certificates were available right away for our employees. 

– Andy D.

"Very Friendly and Knowledgeable"

The fire safety training was very informative and the instructors seemed very friendly and knowledgeable in the areas of fire safety and evacuations.

– John B.

"Conducted In A Professional Format"

The training was conducted in a professional format and was well received by our staff.

– Barb L.

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