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Working at Heights - A major cause of injuries and fatalities…

In 2013, 10 workers died in fall-related incidents on construction projects and falls were responsible for 25% of lost-time injuries in construction related industries.As of April 1st, 2015 the Ontario Ministry of Labour (MOL) implemented changes to Regulation 297/13 Occupational Health and Safety Awareness Training that requires workers that are working at heights complete training from a training provider approved by the MOL. Training is required for workers on construction projects who use any of the following methods of fall protection:

EFI (through Lowe, Gravelle & Associates) is an approved Working At Heights Training Partner with Infrastructure Health & Safety Association (IHSA). IHSA is funded by WSIB to represent companies in Construction, Transportation and Electrical and Utilities sectors and is the leading provider in health and safety training for these sectors in Ontario. Our partnership with IHSA allows us to provide participants with the most up-to-date information with hands-on instruction from industry experts.

A Partnership with IHSA:

We can train at your facility or at ours. Contact us today to book a course and see how we can help you to train your workers to comply with the Regulations.

Need Working at Heights Training?

Call 613-936-0148
or email

Working At Heights refresher course now available! Contact us for details.

Call us for details - new courses added as needed

Price per person for training at EFI is $130 plus HST for the full course and $100 plus HST for the ½ day refresher.