In News
    During severe weather conditions, Roadmasters Safety Group may make the decision to cancel or reschedule classes based on transportation and safety issues. If this occurs, our staff will communicate the cancellation through our Facebook page and/or call the telephone number provided at the time of registration for rescheduling classes:  We encourage you to call our office to check before travelling to the class 250-383-6041. […]
  • Air Brake & Traffic Control Courses 2023
    In News
    January 14 & 15 / February 11 & 12  / March 11 & 12 / April 15 & 16 / May 6 & 7 / June 10 & 11 / July 8 & 9 / September 23 & 24 / October 14 & 15 / November 18 & 19 / December 9 & 10 To Register please call 250-383-6041 or email info@roadmasters.ca […]
  • Annual Holiday Closure
    In News
    Each year our office is closed from August 1 – September 15 to allow all our staff to enjoy family vacations. please refer to the course calendar for upcoming dates and we’ll be happy to take your registration when we return […]


about-picTerry Fiorin demonstrated his passion for sharing his knowledge first as Volunteer Instructor and Instructor Trainer with the Canada Safety Council, BC Safety Council and Vancouver Island Safety Council starting in 1983. He then Volunteered as Driver Training with Langford Fire Department from 1989 – 1999.

Terry and Sheila Fiorin formed Roadmasters Safety Group in 1997 when they recognized a growing need for Air Brake Training and Commercial driver training. Because they had both come from Emergency Services where Volunteer Fire Departments were often in remote locations, they made it they’re goal to meet those needs and go to the client by developing a mobile Air Brake Training Facility that could go anywhere. In 2006 ICBC approved a license for Instructor Training Certification Facility to train Air Brake Instructors.

As the demand grew, RSG brought on Gerry Wellman for his expertise to Instruct Air Brakes and the Defensive Driving Course. In 2002 they developed and introduced Safe Operation of Fire Apparatus. In 2005 they upgraded their Traffic Control Instruction to meet the provincial standards for both the Construction industry and Emergency Scene creating a well-rounded area of skill and expertise to now offer a range of services that could benefit employers from trouble shooting driver/equipment issues to providing new training open to the public or corporate fleet.