Below is a full list of individual courses we offer. They are organized into ENTRY LEVEL CORE & SKILLS courses, ROPE ACCESS, EMERGENCY RESPONSE and INSTRUCTOR TRAINING.
Many courses get grouped together into industry or activity specific collections. Click here to view our "Industry Ready" Course Packages.
If you don't see a course or collection of courses you are looking for, or would like to create Customized Courses & Programs, please contact us to discuss.
Working on scaffolding can be one of the most dangerous jobs on a construction site. It doesn't need to be. When they are used and maintained correctly, scaffolds are safe. This awareness-level course provides employees with vital information to help them recognize unsafe practices and to work safely on and with scaffolds. Ideal learners are employees who perform work while on scaffolds.
Traffic Control Training is a specialized Entry-Level Skills Training course for trainees pursuing specific work as a Traffic Control Person. There are no prerequisites besides some very basic familiarity with traffic laws. However, Wilderness Awareness may be a useful companion course.
The focus is on confined space and high angle rope rescue. The participants leaving this course will be professionally capable of protecting themselves in rescue situations, will be able to employ advanced safe and efficient rescue techniques, and can provide rescues in survival situations.
Rope Rescue Operations training will provide you with technical knowledge and experience with high angle and confined space rescue techniques. The Level 1 Operations course provides individuals with a limited ability to identify hazards, use equipment, and perform technical rescue operations as per NFPA 1006 standards.
This course is designed for students working in industrial or commercial environments with towers, such as high-rise buildings, cell phone towers, or tower cranes. It offers students with a strong knowledge of rope equipment, climbing, and mechanical advantage systems new techniques for operations on towers less than 300 ft. high.
This course is designed for students working in industrial or commercial environments with towers such as high-rise buildings, cell phone towers, or tower cranes. It offers students with a strong knowledge of rope equipment, climbing, and mechanical advantage systems new techniques for operations on towers less than 300 ft. high.
This course is designed for operators working at a facility with 1 confined space or a series of similar confined spaces with vertical access. This course is modified based on the confined space type in question, and is designed to be taught to a group of coworkers at the facility where the confined space exists.
This bridging program provides the Occupational First Aid or First Responder extra skills and medications to become a licensed Emergency Medical Responder. People pursuing a career as a Level 1 Paramedic, oil rig medics, mining medics, firefighters and occupational first aiders will be interested in this course.
Train-the-Trainer courses certify you as an IRWIN'S Safety instructor. They can be any of our in-house developed training courses and they will give your management the opportunity to offer up-to-date training courses developed by educational and industrial professionals.