Trinity Safety & Training Participates in Saskatoons Santa Clause Parade

 Despite -20′C weather outside the staff and family members from Trinity Safety & Training once again participated in Saskatoon’s Annual Santa Claus Christmas parade. Trinity Safety and Training providers of H2S Alive, Red Cross First Aid CPR C and AED, Confined Space and Fall Protection training.

 Trinity Safety and Trainings float was centered on safe snowmobiling through rider training. The front of the float displayed a rider who was enjoying snowmobiling safely after completing a Safe Snowmobile Riders course while the back of the float showed a rider crashed into a tree from not following safe riding guidelines.


 Trinity Safety and Training would like to extend a special thanks to all the spectators that braved the cold to come out and watch the parade. We would also like to thank all of those people who complimented our float.

Trinity Safety and Training attends Saskatoon 2011 Snowmobile Show

Trinity Safety & Training attended the 2011 Saskatoon Snowmobile show promoting snowmobile safety and safety training. Trinity Safety & Training offers H2S Alive, Red Cross First Aid, Confined Space, Fall Protection and ATV & Snowmobile rider training in Saskatoon and area. To register in of our course please check our schedule.

 

Trinity Safety & Training Provides Volunteer First Aid Services for Saskatoon Ovarian Cancer Walk of Hope

For the third year in a row Trinity Safety & Training, providers of safety training that includes Enform H2S Alive, Red Cross First Aid / CPR, Confined Space, Fall Protection, WHMIS / TDG. Defensive Driving, Ground Disturbance, and Fire Extinguisher training has provided First Aid services for Saskatoon’s Ovarian Cancer Walk of Hope.

Utilizing Trinity Safety & Trainings mobile first aid unit, there were two first aiders on hand to deal with any first aid situations that might arise. The walk was held on Sunday September 11 and we were fortunate to have beautiful weather for the walk.

Trinity Safety and Training is please to support Saskatoon’s Ovarian Cancer Walk of Hope.