Manufacturing SHSM Sector

The SHSM–Manufacturing enables students to build a foundation of sector-focused knowledge and skills before graduating and entering apprenticeship training, college, university, or an entry-level position in the workplace. Students are exposed to a wide variety of careers in the manufacturing sector, from broad areas such as programming, operation, service, and repair to more specific areas such as robotics and advanced manufacturing.

Compulsory

CPR – C with AED
Compass/map global positioning system (GPS)
Standard First Aid
WHMIS – generic (i.e., not site-specific) instruction

Electives

first aid/CPR/AED awareness advanced training in a technology portfolio development advanced training in a technique health and safety – basic basic electrical safety propane safety anti-oppression and allyship training infection control Canadian Welding Bureau (CWB) – flat scaffold safety Basic Safety Orientation (BSO Plus) Lean Manufacturing confined space awareness sector-specific vehicle operation and safety computer-aided design and computer-aided manufacturing CAD/CAM) personal protective equipment – manufacturing elevated work platforms transportation of danger customer service project management fire safety and fire extinguisher use fall protection safe lifting handling dangerous substances sector-specific software 1 hoisting and rigging specialized skills training program/competition (e.g., Skills Canada provincial level) leadership skills Working at Heights lockout/tagging

Flashpoint Certifications

Customer Service
Leadership
Portfolio Development
Project Management
Ergonomics and Safe Lifting
CPR Level C/AED
Standard First Aid
WHMIS

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