OSHA Slip, Trip, and Fall Prevention

Slip, Trip, and Fall Prevention

Slip, Trip, and Fall Prevention are serious business. Millions of these accidents occur each year, resulting in billions of dollars in lost-production, medical, legal, and insurance costs. This course teaches practical steps that can be taken to identify, correct, and mitigate slip, trip, and fall hazards. It also provides information to help prevent falls from… Read More »

OSHA Respiratory Protection DOT

Respiratory Protection DOT

Respiratory Protection DOT, or the use of respirators, can protect employees from a multitude of respiratory hazards that include chemical, biological and radio logical agents as well as oxygen-deficient atmospheres. After taking this Respiratory Protection DOT course, employees will be aware of the types of respirators and when to use them, the capabilities and limitations of… Read More »

OSHA Radioisotope Safety

Radioisotope Safety

Radiation exposure from use of radioactive materials can cause adverse health effects. Using exposure controls and following safe work practices help minimize radiation exposures and prevent radiation contamination of work areas and equipment. After completing this Radioisotope Safety  course, learners will be able to identify safety issues associated with radioisotopes commonly used in the laboratory… Read More »

OSHA Radiation Safety

Radiation Safety

New employees will learn about ionizing and non-ionizing radiation in the workplace. This Radiation Safety module teaches the health hazards that may be presented by radiation producing industrial equipment and how to control workplace exposure to radiation through safe handling. Note that this Radiation Safety course does not cover radioactive isotope usage. Radiation Safety Course Objectives At the… Read More »

OSHA Privacy Laws and Practices

Privacy Laws and Practices

This Privacy Laws and Practices course provides an overview of the Gramm-Leach-Bliley Act (GLBA) and other privacy regulations relevant to insurance companies. It defines key privacy terms and concepts, and identifies best practices with regard to consumer concerns. Privacy Laws and Practices Course Objectives At the conclusion of this course, you will be able to: Get… Read More »

OSHA Preventing Workplace Violence

Preventing Workplace Violence

Unfortunately, workplace violence has become an important safety and health issue in the workplace today. Homicide is the second leading cause of fatal occupational injury in the United States and is the leading cause of occupational fatalities among women. This Preventing Workplace Violence course uses OSHA guidelines and recommendations to reduce worker exposures to this… Read More »

OSHA Powered Industrial Truck Safety

Powered Industrial Truck Safety

This Powered Industrial Truck Safety module teaches prospective operators how to safely use a powered industrial truck in accordance to the OSHA training requirements. Employees will learn the principles and procedures for safe operation of these vehicles, safety practices to prepare a truck for use, principles of stability when operating a powered industrial truck, inspection protocols,… Read More »

OSHA Personal Protective Equipment: Head Protection

Personal Protective Equipment: Head Protection

Injuries to the head can be devastating. In many instances, they are permanent, even fatal. Without head protection, chances of surviving a serious accident are slim. This Personal Protective Equipment: Head Protection course is about the proper use and maintenance of head personal protective equipment (PPE). By understanding the role and limitations of head PPE in… Read More »

OSHA Personal Protective Equipment: General Overview

Personal Protective Equipment: General Overview

This course provides a general overview on the use of personal protective equipment (PPE). By taking this course, you will understand what PPE is and the laws surrounding protection systems. This Personal Protective Equipment: General Overview provides an introduction to the different types of PPE’s, their proper fit and limitations. This course is intended for… Read More »

OSHA Personal Protective Equipment: Foot Protection

Personal Protective Equipment: Foot Protection

This course is about the proper use and maintenance of personal protective equipment (PPE) for the foot. Upon completion of this course, workers will be able to describe types of foot protection and recognize potential hazards. This course will help employees understand their responsibilities with respect to foot protection and the importance of ensuring proper… Read More »

OSHA New Employee Training for School and College Districts

New Employee Training for School and College Districts

This New Employee Training for School and College Districts program is designed to provide new employees working in school and college districts with very important information about how to respond to emergencies, their special duties relating to students, and their job related rights/benefits. New Employee Training for School and College Districts Course Objectives At the conclusion of… Read More »

OSHA Managing Workplace Safety and Health

Managing Workplace Safety and Health

Supervisors are responsible for the safety of their employees. Besides their legal and moral responsibilities, supervisors also have an obligation to protect their company from expensive workplace accidents. This Managing Workplace Safety and Health course will teach supervisors how they can protect their employees while supporting the company’s Environmental, Health and Safety polices. Managing Workplace… Read More »

OSHA Laboratory Safety

Laboratory Safety

This Laboratory Safety course examines workplace safety in laboratory environments, including health hazards, exposures, physical hazards, hazard recognition, exposure controls and emergency procedures. This course also includes optional sections on biological hazards. The course will assist employers in meeting the training requirements of 29 CFR 1910.1450, Occupational Exposure to Hazardous Chemicals in Laboratories. When employees… Read More »

OSHA Introduction to Laser Safety

Introduction to Laser Safety

With the advent of a wider variety of more powerful lasers integrated into many areas of modern life, the issues involving Introduction to Laser Safety are of even greater importance. People working with lasers, or with equipment containing lasers, need to understand the hazards associated with laser light, and know what precautions are in place… Read More »

OSHA Introduction to Accident Investigation

Introduction to Accident Investigation

Accidents occur every day in workplaces all over the United States. This Introduction to Accident Investigation course teaches those responsible how to prevent the recurrence of accidents by discovering not only what happened in an accident, but how and why it happened. Upon completion of this course, learners will be able to identify 1) the goal… Read More »

OSHA Incident Command

Incident Command

Emergencies are typically very chaotic and in order to control an emergency, an Incident Command System should be in place. This course introduces members of an Emergency Response Team to the Incident Command System (ICS) so they can quickly and consistently organize emergency responders, and resources to minimize chaos and confusion. The ICS also improves… Read More »

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