Clearline Safety is a full service safety management company. We support clients’ health and safety and operations programs by focusing on their needs and concerns. We assist in all areas of health and safety, including custom Health and Safety Programs, COR Certification, expert incident investigation and management services. We provide clients with the means to easily track and manage the implementation and effectiveness of safety and operations processes, either with internal processed or when there is a fit, with our online safety, training, and competency management platform.
Leaders and Businesses who work with us are completely confident that their company and their people are compliant when it comes to health and safety and their training programs. The management team, supervisors and administration get time back and can focus on managing their people, improving workplace and safety culture, and on growing and driving business forward.

Learning Management System

Our learning management system (LMS) allows organizations to implement and drive safety, training, and competency management forward. It allows leaders to be confident that their people are putting their safety program into practice. Their people are automatically provided with safety material and training that is meaningful and effective and which is tracked to ensure completion.

Clients that have implemented the learning management system can be sure that they and their organization are doing what is needed when it comes to safety, training, and competency.

Our clients vary from very small independent operators to very large enterprise level organizations. These clients are able to meet their needs by selecting LMS modules that fit their specific needs and the size of their organization.

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Featured Training

Ground Disturbance For Supervisors


This online Alberta Common Ground Alliance endorsed course is designed for planners, managers, supervisors, and employees who are or will be required to develop, plan, and implement any kind of ground disturbance.

Upon successful completion of this course you should be able to:

  • Identify and define ground disturbance
  • Describe the hazards of ground disturbance
  • Decide what permits and agreements will be required
  • Describe how to locate and identify underground facilities
  • Describe regulations associated with ground disturbance
  • Describe the responsibilities for owners and ground disturbers
  • Describe safety requirements

This Ground Disturbance for Supervisors course contains the same course content as a classroom delivered Ground Disturbance 201 course, and has been endorsed by the Alberta Common Ground Alliance (ABCGA).

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