LEVEL 4: COVID-19 FILM & TELEVISION TRAINING FOR SUPERVISORS

COMING SOON. This course is geared towards Producers, Production Managers, Coordinators, Department Managers/heads and COVID Supervisors, to develop a greater understanding of their roles and responsibilities when it comes to Ontario Health and Safety legislation. Certificate upon completion. Topics to include:

  • New MOL Film Guidelines specific

  • Supervisors roles and responsibilities as per The Occupational Health & Safety Act (OHSA); Ontario legislation based

  • Hazard and Risk Assessments

  • The Internal Responsibility System (IRS)

  • And more

FUTURE COURSES

Here is a list of future courses to be released

  • A Guide to Section 21 - Safety Guidelines for the Film and Television Industry in Ontario

  • A Guide to The Occupational Health & Safety Act

  • How To Create Daily Safety Briefings

  • Fire Safety Training

  • First Aid & CPR

  • Set Orientation

  • WHMIS (Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System)

  • Workplace Violence & Harassment

HEALTH & SAFETY SERVICES

How can we help your Production?

  • COVID-19 Workplace Safety Plans

  • Onsite COVID-19 Supervisor Training in addition to our e-learning course

  • Studio Hazard & Risk Assessments

  • Policy & Procedure Implementation

  • Provide Onsite Certified Paramedics (Set Medics)

  • Production Health & Safety Consulting

CUSTOM E-LEARNING COURSES

Have a course in mind you would like to create? Or perhaps you want to offer your crew or members something specific? We can create and publish your course on our website at no cost to you. Contact us for more details.

CERTIFICATIONS

C.R.S.P Association of Canadian Registered Safety Professionals (Charter Member #14-5205 CM)

Advanced Emergency Medical Care Assistant (Certificate # 2007-11552)

TESTIMONIALS

Kenneth G, Wilkes

K.G. Wilkes & Associates Canada Inc.

"I have been working with Project First Aid Services for several years and I would trust my life in their hands any day” It is with sadness that Ken passed away peacefully on April 2, 2020 at Lakeridge Health Oshawa, Ontario, after a courageous battle with COVID-19. This is for you Ken!

Layton Morrison

Stunt Coordinator

“I have worked with Meagan and her team of medics for many years now, they are very professional and set friendly. They are the only team I recommend to Production when asked who I want on set for stunt sequences.”

Moe Rai

Producer/Production Manager

"More than 4 years ago I switched vendors and started using Project First Aid. The moment I met and started dealing with Meagan Aarts is the moment that I felt relieved and that I am in safe hands. Meagan is great in establishing a professional relationship, in being involved with the project from A to Z, superbe in communication on all levels, transparent with her needs to give us the best result, and always takes front seat response to any challenges or problems. I have used her services for all medical needs for film projects that ranges from recruiting set medics to advising on health and safety protocols".