Working at Heights MOL Approved

Training Deadline Fast Approaching


Special Rate $99.00* per person + HST

Limited Time Offer


Contact us at 1.866.366.2930 to register


Working at heights Course we discuss the proper way to wear a harness

Our trainer Alec Caldwell in the Working at Heights Course discussing the proper way to wear a harness

*Some Conditions Apply

Time is running out on the old fall protection cards. Workers, Supervisors and Employees that are exposed to a fall of 3 metres or more must take the new Working at Heights course before April 1, 2017

CARAHS is a Ministry of Labour Approved Training Provider #PRO-34609
Click Here for Working at Heights course description

If you need training immediately give us a call

The CARAHS Advantage

  • CARAHS has a flexible training schedule to minimize work disruption for your business
  • CARAHS has two trainers that can accommodate large classes up to 20
  • Translators may attend course at no extra fee for participants where English language is challenging.
  • Accommodations for those who require modified testing / learning is also available upon request

Our Trainer explaining the Differences in the types of Harnesses during the Working at Heights Course


  • Policy and Procedure Safety Manualsafety matters
  • Policy and Procedure Review
  • Fall Equipment Inspections
  • Tool Box Talks
  • Safety Consulting
  • In house training for Working at Heights, Lockout Tagout & WHMIS 2015
  • Over 150 online courses

Contact us at 1.866.366.2930 for more information


Who Really Needs Working at Heights Training In Ontario?

countdown-clock-just-scribbling-1mfb7w-clipart-370x323Most contractors in Ontario must have the Working at Heights card, proving you have taken the training, by March 31, 2017

It seems there’s some confusion on who needs the (new) Working at Heights training in Ontario.

Maybe the name “Working at Heights” is part of the problem. A lot of contractors I talk to tell me “I don’t climb ladders or I don’t work at heights.” So many people feel they don’t need this training.   Continue reading.



Due Diligence Awareness– This course covers the necessary roles and responsibilities of the workplace supervisor or manager. In this course the student will review the rights and responsibilities of workers, supervisors and employers, and learn how to deal with the appropriate provincial health and safety legislation.

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