Safety Training

Certified safety training in Regina and Saskatoon, available in-class and on-site. Haztech sets the new standard in safety training by providing the highest quality course content and learning experience.

First Aid CPR-C & AED (Blended)

This online + classroom course will prepare you to calmly and confidently handle emergency first-aid situations. Receive a Canadian Red Cross certification.

8 hours (1 day) | $150 + tax
Weekly

H2S Alive (ESC)

Learn how to work safely in and around hydrogen sulphide (H2S) environments in this Energy Safety Canada 3-Year Certification.

8 hours (1 day) | $175 + tax

Fall Protection (ESC)

Learn the planning, use, care and implementation of common fall protection systems in this Energy Safety Canada 3-Year Certification.

8 hours (1 day) | $165 + tax

Confine Space Entry Monitor & Rescue (CSSTA)

Understand industry best practices for confined spaces in this hands-on course. Receive a 3-Year CSSTA Certification.

8 hours (1 day) | $165 + tax

Find a Course

Register online for regularly scheduled courses in Regina and Saskatoon. Email or call (306) 352-9114 ext. 1 for specialized courses. Read our Cancellation Policies here.

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Cancellations & Refunds

Cancellations more than 24 hours prior to the start time are eligible for a full refund, training credit, or transfer to another course date.  Contact us to cancel or makes changes your registration.

Private & Specialized Training

We offer on-site and private courses for many of our training certifications. If you don’t see a course that you’re interested in, let us know. Contact us to book private courses.

Certified Safety Training in Saskatchewan

At any one or our safety training centers you will receive courses that are certified by national training organizations including Energy Safety Canada; Sask, BC, Alberta Common Ground Alliance,  Canadian Safety Council, Canadian Safety Standards Training Alliance, and Canadian Red Cross.

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Safety training saves lives.