Safety Training is available for a wide variety of topics. Find each subject below to view more information and descriptions of the courses. Click on a link below to view more information regarding that subject.
|Confined Space Entry||Hazard Awareness||Personal Protection Equipment|
|Electrical||Hot Work Safety||Powered Industrial Truck Safety|
|Ergonomics||Lifts & Cranes||Tools & Equipment|
|Fall Protection||Lockout Tagout||Trucking|
Asbestos is one of the most talked about hazardous materials in the work place. This course will give you the background on what asbestos is, the places and products in which it can be found and the real dangers it may pose. It will also cover the composition, types, uses, health hazards and diseases associated with asbestos. It also includes a review of workplace programs, labeling requirements, and the OSHA standard.
Confined Space Entry
OSHA required training is provided in a manner that illustrates the potential dangers on entering a confined space. It covers identification of confined spaces, associated physical, chemical, and atmospheric hazards, as well as control procedures with a permit system.
Battery and Charger Safety
This program discusses industrial battery changing stations; battery charging; and safety rules and safety equipment that apply when working with industrial batteries. It includes requirements for personal protective equipment; emergency first aid; and commonly applied safe work practices. Hazards associated with changing or charging batteries used in industrial material moving equipment and how you can protect yourself from injury while performing your required work duties are also presented.
Electrical Safety - Related Work Practices
This program is designed to meet the OSHA compliance training requirements for "non-qualified" employees. It provides essential information to employees who work around electrical equipment in a way that is easy to understand. Methods of electrical hazard identification and control are covered.
This unique training program presents the subject of ergonomics in a way that is easy to understand and apply to the performance of work. A number of practical ergonomic goals, such as maximizing neutral body postures and avoiding awkward postures are covered.
The primary objective of this online course is to increase an employee's knowledge of ergonomics in order to recognize potential ergonomic problems in the office environment. The program explains a number of common ergonomic risk factors at a typical office workstation that are easily identified and recognized.
This training graphically demonstrates how to properly use fall protection equipment. It focuses on the identification of potential fall hazards, types of fall protection systems and proper use, care, and maintenance.
Guarding Floor and Wall Openings
The objectives of this course are to familiarize you with a variety of workplace floor and wall openings that may pose fall hazards; to train you to recognize where guarding is necessary; and how you can be proactive in reporting and correcting unsafe conditions where they exist.
This course reviews the OSHA General Industry requirements for portable ladders and focuses on how to properly select, inspect, and use various portable workplace ladders. In addition, recommended best practices are also discussed for the safe use of portable ladders. Applying the information learned in this training will help avoid injuries related to the use of ladders.
This course reviews OSHA regulations as they relate to the use and basic safety and management of various scaffolds in the work place. Standards and codes that apply to scaffold usage in the USA are presented. This course covers awareness level training only and is not intended to meet the operator certification or inspection requirements detailed under the standard.
Slips, Trips and Falls
Slips and trips leading to falls have injured an increasing number of people in the workplace and at home. This course reviews some common causes of slips, trips and falls and the methods that can be employed to avoid injuries resulting from falls from the same level. This training will assist users in identifying, avoiding, and correcting issues associated with slips, trips, and falls.
Walking – Working Surfaces discusses maintaining a clean workplace, providing safe aisles, passageways and stairways, and safety precautions for all walking - working surfaces.
Industrial Fire Prevention
This presentation covers the causes and contributing factors of fire in the workplace. The basic elements of fire prevention and protection are reviewed in a way that is easy to understand.
Portable Fire Extinguishers
This program teaches fire suppression through the use of portable fire extinguishers. Different classes of fires and the use of different fire extinguishers are taught in a unique manner to gain understanding. Most importantly, employees will understand what to do and not to do in case of fire in the workplace.
This course familiarizes you with effective measures of performing accident investigations to produce positive results. It will assist your company in developing adequate policies and procedures for “pre-accident planning” to assure that each event is thoroughly investigated. Pertinent policies and procedures; personal injuries, first aid injuries, near misses and property damage forms; authorized investigators; investigative techniques; OSHA reporting requirements and more are discussed.
Handling Compressed Gas Cylinders
This course familiarizes you with compressed gases, how compressed gas cylinders work, and trains on how to handle them safely. The characteristics and dangers of compressed gas cylinders; methods of inspection; as well as safe handling, storing and use; and selection of PPE are reviewed in this course.
This program covers both the physical and health hazard categories of chemicals, protective measures fundamental to employee protection, common labeling techniques used to communicate chemical hazards, how to read a Material Safety Data Sheet as well as the basic rules for safe chemical handling and use.
Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Awareness
This course provides a basic knowledge and understanding of the Characteristics & Physical Properties of Hydrogen Sulfide; Toxicity; Federal Requirements for H2S; Sources of Hydrogen Sulfide; Hazards of H2S; Effects on Metals; Detection Equipment; Respiratory Protection; and Basic First Aid.
Spill Response Awareness
This presentation discusses how employees should respond to spills of hazardous chemicals in the workplace. It focuses on the recognition of hazards associated with chemical releases and the initial steps to be taken to mitigate the release of the material and to assist in the protection of people, the environment and facilities. This information is based on a “defensive” response to situations that may arise in your workplace and the steps you can safely take to quickly respond to the release of a chemical.
Hot Work Safety
In this course, users learn what tasks are considered hot work; how to inspect the work area; best practices to set-up and prevent the risk of fire and explosion; and how to monitor hot work processes, as well as self-protection options when performing hot work.
Aerial Lift Safety
This presentation reviews the OSHA regulations related to the basic safety and management of various aerial lifts in the workplace.
Overhead and Gantry Cranes
Serious accidents can occur while working around or directly operating overhead cranes. This course looks at some of the basics of overhead crane operation, maintenance and management principles.
This program emphasizes not only the compliance requirements of OSHA 1910.147, but most importantly, covers in detail the various types of active and stored energies and controls necessary for employee protection.
This presentation provides information regarding screening, hiring, and monitoring the work of contractors. Sections of Hazard Communication; Permit Required Confined Spaces; Process Safety Management; General Requirements and the Control of Hazardous Energy standards were used in developing this training.
This course provides guidance to employers that need to set up an Emergency Response Plan and wish to have guidelines for creating a plan or to audit their existing plan. It will also improve employees’ knowledge and awareness of the basic information and pre-planning needs for which they must be accountable within their specific work areas to be properly prepared for an emergency.
Leadership in Safety
This course introduces users to the importance of safety in the workplace while discussing the basic leadership principles necessary to have a safe and healthful workplace. It includes a review of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and its role in workplace safety. Also discussed are accountabilities in developing, implementing, and reinforcing safety policies and procedures while defining success in safety.
Respect In the Workplace
This course presents the basic points of respect in the workplace and video examples of behavior that is and is not acceptable with emphasis on acceptance of the differences in fellow employees to create equality.
Safety Orientation: Commitment to Safety
This program presents the top 10 safety commitments for employees to follow that will lead to a safer workplace. Employees should be committed to working safely and proactively participating in the development and implementation of a safe culture. This presentation is an excellent safety orientation, whether it is an employee's first day on the job or whether they are a veteran of the workforce.
In 1980 the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission issued guidelines prohibiting unwelcome sexual advances or requests that are made as a condition of employment. These guidelines are explored and several situations are reviewed that describe what is / is not considered sexual harassment. This course is designed for adults in the workplace and is intended to make you think about what behaviors in your work setting may be considered sexual harassment so you can avoid and protech against any risky behaviors.
Violence In The Workplace
Although there is no specific OSHA regulation regarding violence in the workplace, this training is designed to improve the knowledge and increase the awareness of employers and employees about the prevention, recognition, and handling of workplace violence. This training also addresses the aspects of dangerous behavior, how to recognize it, and what should be done if it becomes a concern. types of active and stored energies and controls necessary for employee protection.
Access to Medical Records & Employee Exposure
This course explains that employers have significant obligations to retain exposure records for a specific period of time. It also explains the rights and obligations employers and employees have concerning access to workplace medical and exposure records.
The course provides knowledge of back safety to help reduce the risk of injury or aggravating a pre-existing back problem. The anatomy of the spine is covered to understand how injury occurs and can be prevented. The different categories of back problems are reviewed and their common causes, first aid techniques, proper back posture methods, and proper lifting procedures are presented.
Basic First Aid - Part 1
This course reviews information on basic first aid techniques for treating persons with injuries that are not life threatening. It explains how an injury assessment can help you determine what happened and how to provide assistance and treatment. Basic first aid techniques for treating shock, choking victims, bleeding and broken bones are reviewed in this part of the presentation.
Basic First Aid - Part 2
Basic first aid techniques for initial treatment of burns and scalds, head injuries, eye injuries, chemical exposure related illnesses, heat emergencies and sprains and strains are reviewed.
Bloodborne Pathogens Awareness
Training is provided in accordance to the requirements of OSHA for awareness and control. The program explains where bloodborne pathogens are found, what they are, how they are transmitted, and how employees are to protect themselves. Major misconceptions of bloodborne disease are covered. Protective equipment and the proper handling of sharps and spills are presented.
This program provides employees an understanding of the elements of a hearing conservation program by explaining how the human ear works, how it is potentially damaged by noise and how to protect it.
This program provides information to assist lab personnel in improving their knowledge of hazards and reduction of risk while working in a laboratory setting. This course will also review chemical hazards, chemical hygiene, personal protective equipment and ventilation in the laboratory.
This is a comprehensive training program that provides the academic training to meet OSHA requirements. The emphasis of this program is on respiratory hazards, respirator selection, fit, proper use, inspection, care, maintenance and their respective limitations.
The topic of medical personal protective equipment (PPE) is extremely important to the protection of everyone who provides medical treatment, handles medical waste, or has the potential to contact bodily fluids. This program covers the most important points of selecting, using, and maintaining medical personal protective equipment for the prevention of injury in a medical environment.
This program provides an informative overview of the various common types of personal protective equipment (PPE) used in industry. It gives employees information pertaining to when and where PPE is required, how to use it, and explanation of the limitations.
Powered Industrial Truck Safety
This training program is designed to meet the instructional requirements of OSHA It provides for understanding of operating responsibilities, operating parameters, stability, inspections, and safe driving skills as well as proper load handling and hazard identification.
Cut and Puncture Prevention
This program presents various causes of cuts and punctures in the workplace and methods of prevention that can be used to reduce or eliminate cut and puncture injuries. Hazard Assessments, engineering controls, risk controls, worker level controls, PPE selection, cutting tool selection and safety precautions are also presented.
Hand and Power Tool Safety
This presentation discusses various known hazards associated with the use of hand and power tools and methods to avoid disabling injuries, especially to the hands. Users will learn how to select, inspect, and properly maintain tools while using the tool in a manner consistent with its intended use. The recommended PPE for different types of hand and power tools is also discussed.
Unguarded or inadequately guarded machinery are a leading cause of these injuries. This presentation discusses the hazards of working around machinery, the types of mechanical motion that require safeguards and various methods of protection that may prevent injury or death.
The application of the information and principles presented in this program on Safe Driving will help users avoid situations on the road that could lead to a collision. Although most people consider themselves "excellent" drivers, nearly every time they drive they are exposed to a variety of risks. How those risks are handled could mean the difference between serious injuries or many years of "crash-free" driving.
DOT HAZMAT Awareness
This program is intended for employees who handle, package, or transfer hazardous materials as regulated under Title 49 of the Department of Transportation (DOT). It covers general awareness of the DOT requirements and familiarization for the recognition and identification of hazardous materials. The course also has a general safety training component including emergency response information, safe procedures, and control methods.
This course is designed to assist you in developing safe habits during travel and emphasizes the importance of planning safety into trips. It includes basic safety tips and information that can be applied to both business and personal travel. It focuses on air travel, hotel/motel safety and safe practices when driving a rental car.
Confined Space Entry
Hot Work Safety
Lifts and Cranes
Personal Protection Equipment
Powered Industrial Truck Safety
Tools and Equipment
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