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Danatec Releases 12 New Online Safety Courses


Danatec Educational Services Ltd.

Electrical Safety and Joint Health and Safety Committee lead new material charge

Calgary, Alberta: Danatec Educational Services Ltd., is proud to announce the release of 12 brand new online safety courses to the public. This breaks the record for new materials released in Danatec’s 33-year history. With online learning at an all-time high, Danatec meets the demand for online learning with interactive, engaging and compliant safety training.

The Electrical Safety Training System now features updated graphics, illustrations, 3D animations and videos.

“This is truly unprecedented for us to release this much material within one year and to think that we’re not even done 2018,” Alina Martin, COO and president of Danatec Educational Services Ltd. said about the announcement. “I have to thank our dedicated teams that have been able to deliver this amount of content in such a short amount of time.”

The 12 new courses include:

  • Electrical SafetyElectrical Safety Training System (ESTS) Electrical Worker – Canada, Arc Flash & Shock

    The all-new ESTS courses feature responsive digital design, custom scenario illustrations, LearnerVerified compatible and an interactive Virtual Electrical Workplace. There are significant changes to the Arc Flash Risk Assessment content including two individual risk assessments and upgraded use of video and 3D animations to enhance practical in the field learning and application.

    It is an updated course from a technical view to a more immersive first-person perspective with the Work Flow Process, focusing on employee and supervisor interactions. These new courses will guide Electrical Workers and Non-Electrical Workers through an updated electrical safety Standard that will allow them to implement and develop an Electrical Safety Program in their workplace.

  • Joint Health and Safety Committee– With Bill 30 legislated and wholly in place in Alberta as of June 1, 2018, all companies are mandated and must comply with the creation of a Joint Work Site Health & Safety Committee for businesses with 20 or more employees. Businesses with employees between 5 – 19 will be required to appoint a Health and Safety Representative.

    With Danatec’s new Joint Health & Safety Committee and Representative Online Training the learner will learn: how to effectively plan, establish and carry out the functions of a JHSC, legislation pertaining to the functioning of an HSC, the duties required of HSCs/H&S representatives, hazard recognition, assessment, control, and evaluation. 

    Also available with LearnerVerified

  • Wilderness Awareness and Wood Tick Safety– Every Canadian enjoys the great outdoors, but there are also inherent dangers with the wildlife and insects we may encounter.Developed by Martin Lesperance with Safety Health Publishing, they have set out to address two critical issues for the nature lover beyond bear awareness of reducing the risks with wood ticks and other wildlife. These courses are essential before heading out on your next hiking or camping trip.

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About Danatec Educational Services Ltd.: Danatec is a world-leading provider of occupational health and safety training and education. From award-winning materials that are easily customizable, to personalized consulting services and training programs tailored to diverse needs, Danatec has everything needed to keep your organization safe and compliant.

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