Friday, September 20, 2019

Safety Training & Consulting Services | Bright Group

We specialize in occupational health and safety training courses for the corporate workplace. Bright Safety Training has over 35 years experience in managing safety programs for hundreds of companies over the years, with thousands of training hours. We offer driver operator courses to workplace safety training courses.  For those supervisors that want train the trainer, we offer that for forklift training, overhead crane training and aerial platform training.  Need a safety consultant onsite? No problem, we have been consulting for years.

We can help develop solutions for even the most unique workplace situations. Some of our services include:
  • Workplace Inspections
  • Noise Testing/Monitoring
  • Program Development
  • Monthly Compliance Checks
  • More

We work in both Canada and the United States. We cover all of Ontario including Hamilton, Toronto and the Ottawa region. Across the border we service Buffalo, New York and Detroit area.

Online Safety Training


We also provide online safety training, we have trained thousands of people since 2003. Our online courses set us apart from all the rest.  The online training and certification is valid and recognized throughout Canada and the United States.  These course were also developed to assist employees in the workplace that struggle with illiteracy.. We provide workplace safety courses such as online WHMIS training, to popular industrial operator courses such as online forklift training, mobile aerial work platform, online overhead crane and more. Please review all courses and pricing.

Monday, February 23, 2009

Lifting Device Inspections

Lifting Equipment Inspections:

Lifting equipment inspections now offered. BRight Safety Training can now hook you up with another valuable safety service for our clients. We can now help make sure your industrial lifting equipment will run smoothly and meets the required standards.

What types of lifting devices do you inspect?

We will inspect forklifts, overhead cranes, aerial platforms and other lifting devices. Please refer to the list below.
  • Winches & Cable Pullers
  • Jib Cranes & Work Stations
  • Forklift (Mast Forward)
  • Eyebolts & Hardware
  • Crane / Hoist inspections
  • Sling Inspections
  • Access Ladders
  • Elevated Platforms Inspections
  • Bleacher Systems
  • Much More...

I'm I required by law to have my equipment inspected?
Answer: Yes, depending on the lifting device your inspection may be required monthly, yearly or even more frequently.

Visit our Annual lifting device inspections page and read more..

Thursday, December 18, 2008

Brampton Company Fined $70,000

BRAMPTON, ON, Dec. 10 /CNW/ - A Brampton company pleaded guilty and was fined $70,000 in the Ontario Court of Justice on December 9, 2008, after a worker was injured. Justice of the Peace M. Eustaquio-Syme heard that on August 23, 2007. A temporary help agency employee supplied to the Brampton company was driving a "stand up" forklift with inadequate training and collided with a concrete-filled steel post. The worker, who suffered fractures to one leg, required surgery. The Brampton company was fined for failing, as an employer, to provide information, instruction and supervision to a worker to protect the health and safety of that worker. This was contrary to section 25(2)(a) of the Occupational Health and Safety Act. In addition to the fine, the court imposed a 25-per-cent victim fine surcharge on the total, as required by the Provincial Offences Act. The surcharge is credited to a special provincial government fund to assist victims of crime.

Monday, August 28, 2006

Recruiting Services

Recruitment services are now being offered through BRight Training. We are very pleased to offer the small and corporate business world another valuable service. We now have the capabilities to offer employers professional employee recruiting services. Here’s just a brief outline of what we have to offer your company / agency. A complete profile will be added to our website shortly.
Our professional staff of recruiters has the knowledge, experience and contacts throughout the various industries to help you fill your positions with the qualified employees you require.

Here is just a few of our professional recruiting services:

Pharmaceutical recruitment
Safety Industry
Biotechnology and healthcare
Corporate executives
Chartered Accountant
Computer Programmers
Airline Industry

Plus a wide range of other human resources departments.

Give are consultants a call today so we can help you get the process of recruitment and selection started. We are a North American recruiter with local clients in cities such as Toronto, Hamilton, Burlington, London, and Windsor Ontario area.

Monday, March 13, 2006

Confined Space Training Update

Protecting All Workers in Workplaces with Confined Spaces

The confined space training updated and harmonized regulation would balance safety, technology and current best practices for confined space entry, while ensuring the protection of all workers in confined space workplaces. It would create a level playing field and remove inconsistencies.

Many sectors and workplaces currently not covered by any of the sector regulations, including the transportation industry, sewer services, etc., are required to take precautions to protect their workers in confined spaces. The harmonized regulation would set out clear, defined requirements for all workplaces with confined spaces. It would expand the protection throughout Ontario to all workers, not just those in the industrial, construction, mining and health care sectors - working in or outside of a confined space.

It will contain strict procedures for entry, and clarifies requirements for worker training and for the posting of atmospheric test results. This would give the workers in confined spaces the knowledge and information they need to identify confined space hazards and to protect themselves. Visit confined entry space page.

MOL Inspectors will start enforcing the revised regulation beginning September 30, 2006.