Following the most recent orders from the Provincial Government and due to the fact that we have large amounts of staff and students pass through our doors daily, we will require proof of vaccinations. Effective September 13, 2021 we will require proof of 1 dose and as of October 24th we will require proof of 2 doses.
Proof will be required prior to the course date and will be checked again the day of the course prior to student admittance. The health and safety of our staff and students is of the utmost importance to us. These are unprecedented times and we appreciate your support and assistance with these changes.
Please email a copy of the QR code for each student registered to firstname.lastname@example.org. Vaccine cards and information can be found here: https://www2.gov.bc.ca/vaccinecard.html#card
If you have any concerns or questions about this please contact our office.
With the changing restrictions around COVID 19 we are doing our best to follow the provincial and local health requirements as well as WorkSafeBC's stance on running first aid courses. With the ever changing requirements and availability of PPE we reserve the right to cancel or reschedule courses in order to keep all participants and instructors safe. If your course is canceled or rescheduled your payment will transfer to a new course when it is available.
Starting in June we will be resuming operation with smaller class sizes and COVID19 precautions in place. Please be prepared before registering for a class that you will be asked to sign a declaration of good health before class, wear personal protective equipment and stick to your assigned groups and work space. For everyone's safety, anyone sick will not be permitted to attend the course and will be rescheduled to another available course date.
For additional questions and information please contact email@example.com.
We appreciate your understanding.
The company was founded in 1994 by Warren Turner, who has worked in the industry for over 25 years. A former Peace Officer with extensive training in both investigations and security, his scholastic background includes the fields of psychology, criminology and forensic science technologies. Since establishing Security and Safety Services of British Columbia, Warren has assembled the most comprehensive, qualified team of security professionals, medic personnel, investigators and other specialists available, to ensure his clientele receive the finest service in the industry.
Security & Safety Services of British Columbia is a proud Aboriginal company. The company is a member of the Canadian Council of Aboriginal Business (CCAB).
Our goal is well defined: Security and Safety. As our company’s coat-of-arm maintains, we consider our duty to be “Pro Patria” (For Country) and our mission is clear:
Safeguarding the lives of our clients.
Dorado Drilling has utilized the services of Turner First Aid for both Occupational First Aid and Transportation Endorsement certification. The crew found the training to be in depth, relatable and professional; Dorado feels our crew has been confidently certified by terrific trainers. We plan on using Turner First Aid for our future training needs, and appreciate their excellent administrative team who coordinate around our very fluid schedules.
Tina McDonagh, Human Resources
Dorado Drilling Ltd.
[Westbank First Nation] has used WT Security for many years and we are extremely happy with their service. They are professional, thorough and provide great feedback to our WFN Property Management and Security Teams contributing to keeping our buildings and properties safe and secure. WT Security is proactive in their thinking and always looking for advanced technologies to improve their service, they are a great fit for any organization that is fast growing and that wants the highest level of security.
Tina Marlow, Property Administrator
Westbank First Nation
"We sent our group of employees to Turner Group's Occupational First Aid Level 2 course. It's WorkSafe BC approved so we knew our employees would come away with the necessary job skills. We were very happy with the professional instruction and the results! Highly recommended!"
Mike Luini, Safety Coordinator
"We partnered with the Turner Group of Companies to train our First Nations members and have been very happy working with Warren and his group. Their understanding of Aboriginal issues has been an essential part of the programs success and the skills our members learn are invaluable for their career advancement."
Sherida Crane, Employment Services
Ki-Low-Na Friendship Society
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