Safety Training Byosha

Help reduce incidents, stay in compliance and transform safety culture with our safety training solutions featuring versatile delivery methods and backed by KRIAZ years of real-world experience.

Health and Safety Training

Our safety training solutions integrate proven programs, real-world experience, engaging training content and advanced learning technologies to help increase safety awareness and safe behaviours. From safety observations to instructor-led workshops to OSHA compliance training courses, KRIAZ Sustainable Solutions has the tools to help organizations of all sizes and needs improve workplace safety.

Industrial safety can be defined as the ability to manage the risks inherent to operations or related to the environment. Industrial safety is not a dislike of risks; rather it is a commitment to clearly identify them in relation to production operations, assess them in terms of quality and quantity, and manage them

Safety Workshops

Learn from our Experience: The knowledge we’ve gained from solving some of the world’s most complex safety challenges, including our own, is available to you in our portfolio of workplace safety training workshops. Choose from open sessions or arrange an interactive seminar or workshop at your site. Our knowledgeable instructors draw on their own extensive experience in safety, management and operations, offering real-life examples that drive home the importance of safety in the minds of your employees

Compelling Training Content

Bring Your Training to Life: In all our health and safety training materials, we offer compelling content designed to draw participants in and improve retention. Off-the-shelf safety topics include confined space entry, fall protection, fire and electrical safety training, hazard communication, forklift and crane safety, distracted driving, arc flash explosions and much more. Don’t see exactly what you need? Don’t fret. Our training professionals can help you create original learning and video content, customized to your unique needs.

The Golden Rules of Occupational Safety: Thoroughness and Vigilance. Everyone must understand the basic rules of prevention and comply with them. These golden rules reinforce and complete our procedures for identifying dangers and controlling risks.


These essential rules were established using records of accidents observed in our different businesses. They must be followed to the letter. Everyone should intervene as soon as a deviation is observed and stop work if the risk is not controlled. The twelve themes covered by these rules are summarized below and a detailed brochure can be downloaded by clicking on the Golden rules.



1. High-risk situations

Do not start up or shut down equipment or installations without using the appropriate written operating procedure.

Any situation where the risk level is temporarily increased is reported. Induced risks are identified and analyzed and compensatory measures are implemented.

2. Traffic: Machine/vehicle/cyclist/pedestrians

Do not exceed the speed limits.

Traffic rules apply inside and outside sites.

3. Body mechanics and tools

Do not carry out work if you do not have the right tools for the job and the environment.

Adopting an inappropriate posture when handling objects or using tools can cause physical harm.

4. Protective equipment

Do not access installations and perform work without wearing general or task-specific personal protective equipment (PPE).

Collective protection is preferred. Individual protection completes preventive measures already taken.

5. Work permits

Do not perform work without a valid work permit.

Any work performed on site requires a permit.

6. Lifting

Do not walk under a load while lifting is taking place.

For any work involving a crane, hoist or other mechanical system, a preliminary risk analysis is required. Equipment must be in good condition. Personnel must be qualified and access to the area must be restricted.

7. Work on powered systems

Do not perform work without checking that the power and product source supply has been rendered inoperative.

Some works require the energy to be safely discharge or the equipment to be purged and vented. In such cases a lockout system is set up to isolate the energy or product according to a specific method.

8. Confined spaces

Do not enter a confined space until isolation has been verified and the atmosphere checked.

Do not enter a confined space (container, tank, well, etc…) without supervision and only after the atmosphere and isolation have been checked.

9. Excavation work

Do not perform excavation work without a valid work permit comprising a map of all underground hazards.

Manual or mechanical excavation work, including dragging rivers and seabed’s, can only start after a risk analysis has been performed to identify all hazards in the zone and related precautions have been taken.

10. Working at heights

Do not work at heights without a safety harness when there is no collective protective equipment.

Work at heights is performed on fixed or mobile platforms with a guardrail designed for the task at hand.

Work on rooftops (buildings, reservoirs) is performed only after the roof’s solidity has been checked and appropriate protection has been set up.

Ladders are a means of access only; their use must remain exceptional.

11. Change management

Do not make any technical or organizational changes without prior authorization.

Any changes in technique or organization must be the subject of a risk analysis.

12. Simultaneous operations or co-activities

Do not perform simultaneous operations or co-activities without a prior visit.

All work or operations inside a unit in operation can increase risk levels. Interferences due to simultaneous operations or joint-activities must be identified and controlled.

Course Titles

Course # Course Name
OSHA #500 Trainer Course in OSHA Standards for Construction
OSHA #501 Trainer Course in OSHA Standards for General Industry
OSHA #502 Update for Construction Industry Outreach Trainers
OSHA #503 Update for General Industry Outreach Trainers
OSHA #510 Occupational Safety and Health Standards for the Construction Industry
OSHA #511 Occupational Safety and Health Standards for General Industry
OSHA #521 OSHA Guide to Industrial Hygiene
OSHA #2015 Hazardous Materials
OSHA #2045 Machinery and Machine Guarding Standards
OSHA #2055 Cranes in Construction
OSHA #2225 Respiratory Protection
OSHA #2255 Principles of Ergonomics (formerly OSHA #2250)
OSHA #2264 Permit-Required Confined Space Entry
OSHA #3015 Excavation, Trenching and Soil Mechanics (formerly OSHA #3010)
OSHA #3095 Electrical Standards
OSHA #3115 Fall Protection (formerly OSHA #3110 Fall Arrest Systems)
OSHA #5029 Cal/OSHA Update for Construction Industry Outreach Trainers
OSHA #5039 Cal/OSHA Update for General Industry Trainers
OSHA #5109 Cal/OSHA Standards for the Construction Industry
OSHA #5119 Cal/OSHA Standards for General Industry
OSHA #5400 Trainer Course in OSHA Standards for the Maritime Industry
OSHA #5402 Maritime Industry Trainer Update Course
OSHA #5410 Occupational Safety and Health Standards for the Maritime Industry
OSHA #5600 Disaster Site Worker Trainer Course
OSHA #5602 Update for Disaster Site Worker Trainer Course
OSHA #5810 Hazards Recognition and Standards for On-Shore Oil and Gas Exploration and Production
OSHA #6000 Collateral Duty Course for Other Federal Agencies
OSHA #6010 Occupational Safety and Health Course for Other Federal Agencies
OSHA #7000 OSHA Training Guidelines for Safe Patient Handling
OSHA #7005 Public Warehousing and Storage
OSHA #7100 Introduction to Machinery and Machine Safeguarding
OSHA #7105 Evacuation and Emergency Planning
OSHA #7110 Safe Bolting: Principles and Practices
OSHA #7115 Lockout/Tagout
OSHA #7120 Introduction to Combustible Dust Hazards
OSHA #7125 Seminar on Combustible Dust Hazards
OSHA #7200 Bloodborne Pathogens Exposure Control for Healthcare Facilities
OSHA #7205 Health Hazard Awareness
OSHA #7210 Pandemic Influenza Preparedness
OSHA #7300 Understanding OSHA’s Permit-Required Confined Space Standard
OSHA #7400 Noise Hazards in the Construction Industry
OSHA #7405 Fall Hazard Awareness for the Construction Industry
OSHA #7410 Managing Excavation Hazards
OSHA #7415 Construction Industry Hazards and Prevention Strategies
OSHA #7500 Introduction to Safety and Health Management
OSHA #7505 Introduction to Accident Investigation
OSHA #7510 Introduction to OSHA for Small Businesses
OSHA #7845 Recordkeeping Rule Seminar