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Talus Safety Inc is a full-service health and safety consulting company based in the Kootenay region of British Columbia.  Our team has extensive experience and education operating in a wide range of industries, with clients throughout Canada we possess a firm understanding of the regulatory environment and hazards companies face on a daily basis.  We possess advanced knowledge in health and safety program development, risk management, hazard analysis and emergency response.

With over twenty years experience we have the skills, knowledge, and training to provide comprehensive safety services to a wide range of clients. Contact us today to see what our team of professionals can do for you.

Safety work is today recognized as an economic necessity. It is the study of the right way to do things.

Lastest Articles

10 February 2018 By admin in Online Training Courses

The Bottom Line Impact of Health and Safety Training

The Alcoa Story In his book The Power of Habit, author Charles Duhigg writes about Alcoa’s president, Paul O’Neill, and how he transformed the aluminum manufacturing giant into one of the safest, and most profitable, companies in America. This excerpt from Duhigg’s book describes O’Neill’s plan. On a blustery October day in 1987, a herd of
10 February 2018 By admin in Online Training Courses

Different Learning Activities for Different Learning Styles

Different Learning Styles Everyone learns in different ways. Some people like to jump in and get their hands dirty, learning by doing. Others like to sit back and listen to someone more experienced explain how a thing is done. Finally, there are others who prefer to read up on a topic. There are three main
10 February 2018 By admin in Online Training Courses

Finding the Best Online Safety Training Programs

Under Occupational Health and Safety (OHS) Regulations, all employers have an obligation to ensure the workplace is safe. To make sure employees know how to stay safe on the job, employers must provide training to teach workers how to recognize potential hazards and how to safely use, handle, store, and dispose of hazardous substances. Employees