Our Training Programs
Achieving a complete safe work environment is always our focus, and to that end we are able to effectively train clients across North America.
Our success is not measured by the training process but by what is achieved.
top quality safety programs
The most qualified and recognized safety trainers
To ensure a continuance of the safe-work practices taught to the workers, ACTi trains all personnel who have a responsibility for monitoring workers.
Annual engineer audits ensure compliance with the most current published applicable national and international standards, reducing responsibility of liability in the event of injury accidents for ACTi, our instructors, and our clients.
Training records, operator logbooks, maintenance inspections, internal audits, corrective action records… All are part of the required documentation in the event of an injury accident investigation.
ACTi has designed safety training programs that teach how to develop, document and implement processes for continuously monitoring workers.
Standardization is fast becoming a major factor when considering safety training for multiple site organizations.
We offer various safety products and services including:
On-site safety training
Various crane safety training courses:
- Overhead travelling crane operator safety
- Overhead crane supervisor safety
- Basic Rigging and Material Handling (for those who do not operate the crane)
- Train the trainer programs
ACTi licensing packages:
- Site Licencees for internal training
Safety News Center
End users have a responsibility to meet compliance requirements of the most current revision of the CSA B167 standard The Canadian Standards Association’s B167 standard — for overhead cranes, gantry cranes, monorails, hoists, and jib cranes — has come a long way since its inception in 1964. As a participating member on this standard, I
The Canadian Standards Association has recently published a new version of its B167 standard for overhead cranes, gantry cranes, monorails, hoists, and jib cranes. CSA B167 -16 standard replaces 2008 version and covers overhead cranes and related lifting equipment. B167-16 – the 16 stands for 2016 – replaces the B167-08 version published in 2008. Among
The chief executive oﬃcer of an Edmonton-based crane training company has won an Award of Merit from the Canadian Standards Association Group. Judy Mellott-Green, CEO of All-Canadian Training Institute Inc., received the award during a special ceremony at the CSA Group’s annual conference this June in Vancouver. “It just sort of knocked me right over. I couldn’t believe”, Mellott-Green said in
Very informative and useful tips concerning practical operation & rigging.
Hands on experience - I like the in depth information on key points.
Gave us a better perspective of the big picture of rigging and what to watch for.
The depth of information and instructors willingness to explain/answer questions helped learn how to operate a crane in a safe manner and use it at work.
I worked on cranes years ago and I wish we had training then. Thinking back on how we operated is scary.
Feel lucky to have taken this course. It was important in providing me with more technical and knowledgeable information. Trainer was great and explained everything!