Safety is always a priority
We make sure that all of our duct cleaning specialists are operating under the highest safety standards. Being safe has benefits both to us a company and to our customers. This means wearing the proper boots, the proper helmet, and in using proper equipment at the job site.
We want to make sure that no ever gets hurt. Each member of our team is a family member – and as a family business, we know that we always want to make sure that they come home safe and sound. In order to achieve this commitment, we have made our own standards and procedures to make sure risk is minimised. It is because of this commitment that many HVAC companies and Property Managers continue to select us as their “Duct Cleaning Partner and Provider.”
National Air Duct Cleaners Association (NADCA)
The National Air Duct Cleaners Association is a not-for-profit trade association that serves the HVAC inspection, maintenance and restoration industry. With more than 1,000 member companies from more than 20 countries, NADCA serves as the focal point of the global industry.
Workplace Safety and Insurance Board (WSIB)
The Workplace Safety and Insurance Board is an independent trust agency that administers compensation and no-fault insurance for Ontario workplaces.
ASCS – AIR System Cleaning Specialist
This certificate holder is qualified to serve as a project manager for residential and commercial HVAC cleaning and restoration projects, including remediation of microbial contaminants within HVAC systems.
Working at Heights
Successfully completed training program for WORKING AT HEIGHTS at Canadian Forklift Safety Group Inc.
Gas Technician 3
The starting point in Gas Technician training is to complete a G3 certification training program. The Gas Technician 3 program is the first level of licensing and is required to continue to the Gas Technician 2 license. During your 5-week program, should you choose the intensive, hands-on training provided by the Skilled Trades Academy, you will learn all of the skills that will be essential when you enter the workforce. This includes safety, tools and testing instruments, the properties of fuel gases, codes, acts and regulations, an intro to electricity, customer relations and more.
All of the safety, ease and performance you’ve come to expect from OmegaFlex’s flexible gas piping – only better.
Since 1975, OmegaFlex has led the piping industry with its high-quality construction and commitment to exceed the industry’s product and safety standards. With over 200 patents and counting, the Company’s philosophy is not to wait for mandates, but to lead the industry by introducing the best products. In 1997, the Company introduced TracPipe®, the finest CSST system on the market that when properly installed makes the likelihood of damage to the system from natural occurrences very slight. In 2004, the Company developed CounterStrike®, which contains all of the innovative features of TracPipe® plus a built-in solution to lightning damage that eliminates the need for additional bonding.