Training Provider Members of MHCA
F&S Safety Buzz provides Safety Training, Equipment Training, Safety Services, Professional Development, Leadership & Team Building.
F&S Safety Buzz has the first rural safety training campus in the Cypress County with a focus on farm safety. Our 7000 ft2 facility is the largest in SE Alberta and 7 acre outdoor training space, we are the larges in SE Alberta. Watch a flick in the beehive while you are waiting your turn to run the equipment.
Safety Connections is a safety training and commercial driving school serving clients in Alberta and southwestern Saskatchewan. We are professionals who understand safety culture and can accurately convey that message in a constructive, results-oriented environment. From youth programs to industry-specific training and safety management services, we serve clients through our locations in Medicine Hat and Redcliff. Our clients’ safety will always be our first concern! Our motto Excellence without Compromise speaks to that fact.
In 2004, Fox began operations in Redcliff, Alberta. Its purpose was to offer safety-related products and services capable of helping its customers overcome their workplace safety challenges. Under the guidance of their simple mission; To create exceptional customer value and deliver an extraordinary experience, the company set out to introduce their new business model which provided its customers with a Help Desk vs. a traditional Order Desk. Through the years Fox has continued to expand its Safety Division capabilities while adding two complementary operating divisions; Training & Education, Industrial Signage.
Our Specialist Providers
More Effective Safety Monitoring
“What happens on the job site no longer stays on the job site.”
SiteDocs allows you to monitor in real-time whether the documentation is being filled out and to respond quickly to hazards, incidents, or disciplinary actions happening on site. This type of monitoring brings a new type of accountability to your supervisors or sub-trades and allows you to maintain a higher standard of safety company-wide.
Originally created in 2001 as the Construction Sector Council, BuildForce Canada is a national industry-led organization committed to working with the construction industry to provide information and resources to assist with its management of workforce requirements.
BuildForce Canada is a national organization committed to the development of a highly-skilled construction workforce. One of our ongoing programs is the development of online courses.
All of our online courses are administered through local distributors.
St. John Ambulance has been ensuring the health, safety and quality of life for Canadians for well over 135 years. St. John Ambulance offers the most comprehensive, state-of-the-art first aid and CPR training programs for the workplace, the home and the community.
Merit Contractors Association is a not-for-profit organization that elevates and represents industry partners and open shop construction workers across Alberta.
Like you, we’re proud to be part of this industry. We believe our members deserve to have access to the best construction training, group health benefits and HR tools, so they can achieve the highest level of growth. It’s our way of giving back to an industry we’ve been part of for more than 30 years.
Known for our focus on students -- and our innovative and collaborative nature -- Medicine Hat College proudly serves over 8,000 learners each year. We are committed to the communities of southeast Alberta, yet mindful of global opportunities, whether looking to study with us, partner on a new venture or idea or use our facilities to help make the most of your meetings or celebrations- we're here for you.
The Alberta Construction Safety Association (ACSA) is Alberta’s partner in construction safety. Through our training & certification programs, we work hard to connect a community of safety leaders in the province’s construction industry. Our members include all employers with a valid WCB account that falls under specified industry codes within the construction sector. With almost 40,000 active company-members, we are the largest safety association in the province.