Safety Program Resources

In order to help you develop and maintain your Health & Safety Program, we have developed a number of resources for you to use as a guide. These include a comprehensive list of Safe Work Practices along with other relevant templates, checklists and forms.

For further information about these forms, how to use them or who they apply to, please contact our Client Services team at 1.800.661.ACSA or

Bulk Order Forms:

Please contact our Client Services team at 1.800.661.ACSA for inquiries related to purchasing bulk licenses for our online courses.

  • Construction Safety Training System (CSTS 2020)
  • Roadbuilder’s Safety Training System (RSTS)
  • Electrical Safety Training System (ESTS)
  • Load Securement Safety (LSS)

Alternatively, if you are approved as a registration facilitator, you can fill out the downloadable form using Adobe Reader and e-mail it to

List of Safe Work Practices:

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