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Our Snow Removal Standards Committee was formed in 2021 when many years of discussion regarding the challenges faced by contractors turned into viable solutions that a dedicated group of industry experts could work to improve. Over multiple meetings with a variety of our contractor members, we came up with the following ideas to assist members: 


The Heavy Equipment & Aggregate Truckers Association of Manitoba Inc. is pleased to have partnered with the City of Winnipeg Streets & Maintenance Department to present 2 online orientations which prepare operators for the work their companies have been hired to do for the City of Winnipeg.  These courses were developed to ensure consistency in cleaning and as an attempt to minimize damages to both city and private property.

Foreman, Management and Contractors sat down together to provide basic, yet detailed information to assist operators understand the scope of the work. Narration along with visual animations will assist learners of many styles in performing consistently with minimal damage. 

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The Trucking Safety Council’s objective is to provide employers and workers in the Manitoba Trucking Industry with health & safety expertise, training and support within an accessible framework. The goal is to assist your company to create a healthy, safe and productive workplace with an integrated culture of safety. HEAT is proud to be a part of this objective as it allows our members access to a COR equivalent safety certification. This safety program provides initiatives to complete programming, more specific to trucking that allows our member companies to work on Provincial projects without getting COR certified.

HEAT contributes to this initiative by sitting on the RPM Safety Council and providing input and feedback on the programs offered.

Click here to view all courses offered through RPM website


The Safe Roads Campaign is a community initiative led by key public/private stakeholders committed to educating and encouraging motorists to engage in respectful and safe driving practices. HEAT is proud to be a part of this initiative, alongside:

  • Construction Association of Rural Manitoba
  • City of Winnipeg Public Works
  • City of Brandon
  • Construction Safety Association of Manitoba (CSAM)
  • Manitoba Government Employees Union (MGEU)
  • Manitoba Heavy Construction Association (MHCA)
  • Manitoba Hydro
  • Manitoba Infrastructure and Transportation (MIT)
  • Manitoba Public Insurance (MPI)
  • Manitoba Trucking Association (MTA)
  • Office of the Fire Commissioner
  • SAFE Work Manitoba
  • Winnipeg Fire & Paramedics Service (WFPS)
  • Winnipeg Police Service (WPS)

Over 95 percent of our members conduct their work on the roads in some way through snow removal, road construction or everyday travel. HEAT, alongside its partners, are committed to reducing road related incidents that may keep us from arriving home safely to our families each night. By combining our budget with the budgets of the above partners, SAFE Roads Manitoba is able to produce an impactful campaign! Research has shown that 86% of people polled, were aware of the campaign and were more considerate and understanding of workers and their designated work zones.

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