AITI  specializes in safety management and training. Our industry experts can create cost-effective solutions that are tailored to meet our client's needs.


AITI can identify, develop and implement safety management solutions, which will help ensure that we meet or exceed all provincial, federal regulatory and legislative requirements. We provide our clients with the recommended standards required by the Act and the Regulations to reduce if not eliminate accidents in the workplace.



   Consulting Services

  1. Workplace Health and Safety Inspections and Audits
  2. Health and Safety Program Development
  3. Health and Safety Program Review
  4. Conduct Health and Safety Evaluations site specific
  5. Internal/External Health and Safety Training
  6. Contracting Service for Site Safety inspections construction projects and industrial sites
  7. Incident and Accident Investigation
  8. Review Company Insurance coverage for your organization


Industrial sector


Advanced Industrial Training Inc has been in business since 1998 serving Ontario providing health and safety training services. Our company has grown to provide a wide range of courses going beyond the minimum standards set by government and other regulatory bodies.


All courses can be designed to meet the specific needs of your organization to ensure job specific training for all tasks. Programs are design to have as much interaction as necessary along with hands-on training to ensure performance has been met.


Courses are provided either as a public course or delivered at one’s facility.


When preforming courses at one’s facility using equipment that is provided by the client to ensure job specific skillsets are met. Review of company policies and Standard Operating Procedures at time of training when provided by client for the course being taught. Reenforces Managements commitment to maximize workplace health and safety within the company to prevent incidents and accidents through knowledge, training and experience. Once policy or standard operating procedures have been reviewed participants can signoff that this has been completed. Due diligence can be verified having participant’s signature on file and date it was reviewed.


Site Audits


AITI conducts site audits to ensure contractors who are performing work at the invitation of our clients, do so following safe practices to complete the task during the length of the project. Reporting to client ensuring health and safety program is being followed and or corrective action is taken. Preventing accidents and injuries of workers during the life of the contract is our goal.



Site Audits for Construction Projects




Representing our clients to ensure that the constructor is held accountable for the health and safety of all contractors, the trades, union or non-union labourers. To ensure health and safety policy and procedures are followed using best work practices by all those working on sites up to the completion of the project. Working with the constructor and the trades giving assistance where required to ensure the best outcome for the wellbeing of all those who are on site.




Working with the Head Constructor, the trades, supervisors, health and safety representatives and committees with concerns due to the work being conducted on site to prevent incidents and accidents. Conducting audits to determine any deficiencies within the health and safety program of the site and have them brought to the attention of the head constructor. Working with the constructor providing solutions to ensure positive results for those who are on site.




Representing individual companies on construction projects to ensure safe work practices are followed and implemented when required on site. Help identify deficiencies in the workplace and have them resolved. Work with supervisors and workers, empowering them to think outside the box to reduce if not eliminate hazardous situations. Helping to ensure Field Level Risk Assessments are properly conducted and that all aspects of the assessment have been conducted and relayed to the workers. Help supervisors when incidents or accidents occur to ensure the right outcome has been achieved when conducting investigations.

NOTE: When it comes to the ending of a project the likelihood of having incidents and accidents increases. Complacency may take precedence over health and safety to achieve completion of the project. When this happens, we are more likely to have incidents and accidents in the workplace.




Review head constructors’ site-specific health and safety program to ensure all contractors and sub-trades, and suppliers are following the program for the site.