NORCAT is pleased to announce the official approval from the Chief Prevention Officer to deliver the new mandatory Working at Heights training program.
The Working at Heights, full day program is designed to provide instruction to any worker who is regularly, or on occasion, assigned work that may require working at heights criteria whereby fall arrest protection equipment and safeguards are required to be implemented.
With successful completion of the training, the trainee will know: the governing rules and regulations; the responsibilities of the worker, supervisor and employer; the various types of devices available and their use; how to inspect and use harnesses, lanyards and anchors and understand rescue plans. The training session will be a combination of theory and practical instruction. Read more ►
Seventeen-year-old Alexis Fuller, who won a $25,000 prize package from NORCAT’s Innovation Mill Pitch 2015 earlier this year for her business idea, is counting down the weeks before she launches an app that will not only make online shopping a more social experience but will, undoubtedly, increase her personal shopping budget.
For the most part, shopping is a source of entertainment for teens (and adults, too). Following style icons and getting tips on how to put together a smart outfit is something Fuller enjoys, although she wants to take this hobby to another level. Read more ►