Supervisor Safety Series

As a Supervisor, you have an elevated responsibility and a legal obligation to ensure your operators are properly trained and directed to operate their equipment in a safe manner and in compliance with all regulations.

“ Networking and knowing what other communities do in certain situations was valuable to know. I learned some tips that will help make my department more efficient. Both instructors gave clear, concise instruction…well done.” – Town of Marathon

Supervisor Due Diligence
Unravel the mystery of due diligence in this 1/2 day course developed and taught by a former MOL inspector peer trainer.

Operator Supervisor ‘Boot Camp’ Level 1
This one day course is designed for Municipal/Private sector Supervisors of heavy-to-light duty construction and agricultural equipment.

Operator Supervisor ‘Boot Camp’ Level 2
This course is designed for the Operator Supervisor, and begins by covering safe productivity focusing on components and control identification, safety and warning symbols, pre-start procedures, starting procedures and after starting checks.

Manager of Landfill Operations (MOLO)

The Manager of Landfill Operations course provides a comprehensive study of efficient landfill operations, including site design, regulations, health and safety, cost controls and other issues to consider when planning, operating, and closing landfills. The course includes lecture, activities, and a facility tour. The course helps to prepare for the Manager of Landfill Operations Certification exam.

Air-Brake Review
This 1/2 day program covers all aspects of compliance with the Highway Traffic Act Regulation 575.

Collision Reporting Awareness
The information collected at the scene of a collision can be critical to the defense of your company’s liability!

Landfill Fire Safety – New
This one-day educational seminar is designed to assist landfill personnel, firefighting professionals, and landfill inspectors in better understanding the challenges and impacts of landfill fires.

Summer Road Patrol – New
Summer maintenance patrollers have many unique responsibilities and require a comprehensive knowledge of specific subjects (e.g. legislation, policies, procedures) to effectively do their job.