WORKPLACE SAFETY COURSES

Workplace health and safety doesn’t cost. It pays. Through transforming your workplace into a culture of safety where learning is valued above training, your organization can achieve: increased productivity, a better informed and prepared workforce and fewer accidents and injuries.

Workplace Safety Courses shown below can be hosted on your LMS or our eLearnDepot.com LMS at no extra charge. Other Safety/OSHA libraries include Hazwoper 8 Hour, OSHA 30 Construction, OSHA 10 Construction, and OSHA 10 General Industry.

fall protection

Fall Protection

Covers systems and procedures to prevent falls off, onto or through working levels.

hazard communication

Hazard Communication

The HazCom Standard and how to use Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) and chemical labels.

first aid basics

First Aid Basics

Ways to respond to basic first aid situations until the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) personnel arrive.

fire extinguisher safety

Fire Extinguisher Safety

Take this course to learn when to fight or flee a fire and how to choose and use fire extinguishers. 

hearing conservation

Hearing Conservation

In this course, you will learn about the noise risks in your workplace and what you need to do to protect your hearing.

respiratory protection

Respirator Protection

Presents the basic requirements of respiratory protection and on the types and limitations of respirators.

hand and power tool safety

Hand and Power Tool Safety

Hand and power tool safety, hazards that lead to injuries, and the precautions needed to work safely.

bloodborne pathogens

Bloodborne Pathogens

Take this course to learn what bloodborne pathogens are and how you can protect yourself from them.

industrial ergonomics

Industrial Ergonomics

Introduces common risk factors and methods to prevent musculoskeletal injury. 

confined spaces

Confined Spaces

Helps you understand hazards associated with confined spaces and procedures employer has in place to protect you.

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Course Title
Description
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15-Passenger Van Safety (US) Driving a van is not like driving a car. 15-passenger vans are more susceptible to rollovers, blind spots, weight distribution issues and special handling requirements. Take this course to learn the things you need to know about driving a 15-passenger van so you can prevent avoidable collisions and injuries. Make sure you and your passengers reach your destination. Learners include 15-passenger van drivers. 31
Access to Medical and Exposure Records for Employees (US) The law requires your employer to provide you with access to your medical and exposure records. Why should you care? How do you get access? Take this course to find out! This course is ideal for all employees. 5
Access to Medical and Exposure Records for Managers (US) Federal law provides employees with the basic right to know the extent and consequences of their exposure to the harmful substances with which they work. They are entitled to access to all the medical and exposure records generated for them while working for a given employer. Take this course to learn about employee rights, how to provide access to records and what information is exempt from employee access. This course is ideal for supervisors and other employees who receive and process record requests in the United States. 14
Accident and Breakdown Procedures (US) Breakdowns and accidents are unplanned events. You never know if, when, where, or how they will happen. But every time you get behind the wheel, you need to be prepared for the worst. The purpose of this course is to make you more prepared in the event of an accident or breakdown. 18
Active Shooter: Law Enforcement (US) When an active shooter is in a workplace, people depend on law enforcement to stop the threat. Take this course to learn what to expect from law enforcement officers and what YOU can do to ensure they can do their jobs. This course is ideal for all employees. 9
Active Shooter: Prevention and Preparation (US) Sadly, we have all seen news reports about people who have entered a place of business or school and started shooting others. Do you know the signs that someone may become violent? Do you have a plan in case there is a shooting at your workplace? Take this course to learn how to prevent and prepare for active shooters. This course is ideal for all employees. 12
Active Shooter: Run, Hide, Fight (US) If an active shooter came into YOUR workplace, would you know what to do to survive? Take this course to learn how to make life-or-death decisions about running, hiding or fighting to survive. This course is ideal for all employees. 17
Active Shooter: Victims (US) If there is an active shooter in your workplace, emergency response professionals may not be able to get to victims immediately. In these cases, you may be able to help keep people alive until help arrives. Take this course to learn what YOU can do! This course is ideal for all employees. 9
Aerial and Scissor Lifts Not everything we have to work on is within reach. There are times we need a little help. Sometimes ladders are chosen, other times fixed scaffolds, and still other times mobile equipment like aerial lifts (also referred to as an articulating boom/bucket lifts) and scissor lifts. Working safely with this last category will be the focus of this course. Ideal learners include employees who work on or around aerial lifts and scissor lifts. 23
Aerial and Scissor Lifts Awareness Not everything we have to work on is within reach. There are times we need a little help. Sometimes ladders are chosen, other times fixed scaffolds, and still other times mobile equipment like aerial lifts (also referred to as an articulating boom or bucket lifts) and scissor lifts. Working safely with this last category will be the focus of this course. Ideal learners include employees who work on or around aerial lifts and scissor lifts. 12
Ammonia Awareness Ammonia can cause blindness, lung damage and death, but the good news is you can control your exposure to it. Take this course to learn how to safely identify, store and handle ammonia. You will also learn what to do in the event of an ammonia exposure or leak. This course is ideal for anyone who works with or near ammonia. 11
Applying Electrical Standards (US) Electrical standards do not just help you comply with the law, they keep you safe! You are already familiar with electrical terms and hazards. Take this course to learn about NFPA 70E and what it means for you. Stay compliant and stay safe! Ideal learners are people in all industries, particularly supervisors, electrical workers and safety managers. 25
Arsenic Awareness (US) OSHA requires inorganic arsenic training whenever employees are exposed to arsenic at or above a certain level. This course explains the possible health effects related to inorganic arsenic and how to reduce and/or eliminate the exposures that can lead to these health effects. 12
Asbestos Hazards Introduction (US) This introductory course will provide Class III and Class IV asbestos workers with an introduction to a three-part series of courses that will teach asbestos hazards and applicable federal regulations for each asbestos work classification. This introductory course will demonstrate how to identify asbestos hazards as well as how to prevent and control asbestos exposure. 4
Asbestos Hazards Part 1 (US) This is Part 1 and a continuation of Asbestos Hazards Introduction and will provide Class III and Class IV asbestos workers with the knowledge and skills necessary to identify asbestos hazards, the nature of operations that could result in exposure to asbestos, and the importance of necessary protective controls. This course describes the health effects of asbestos and where it is commonly found. In addition, workers will learn ways to prevent exposure and the importance of respiratory protection. 38
Asbestos Hazards Part 2 (US) This is Part 2 of a three-part training course designed to provide Class III and Class IV asbestos workers with the knowledge and skills necessary to identify asbestos hazards, the nature of operations that could result in exposure to asbestos, and the importance of necessary protective controls. Part 2 will outline the precautionary measures to take to reduce or eliminate asbestos exposure. 28
Asbestos Hazards Part 3 (US) This is Part 3 of a three-part training course designed to provide Class III and Class IV asbestos workers with the knowledge and skills necessary to identify asbestos hazards, the nature of operations that could result in exposure to asbestos, and the importance of necessary protective controls. Part 3 will provide an overview of various types of respirators, their limitations, and how to properly put on and take off a respirator. 19
Avoiding Rear-End Collisions – Large Vehicles (US) Rear-end collisions can be very serious since the vehicle that is struck from behind is usually stopped or moving very slowly. The potential for catastrophe is even greater when the vehicle in motion is a large truck and the vehicle that is struck is a smaller vehicle such as an automobile. This course focuses on the common causes of rear-end collisions and what drivers of large vehicles can do to reduce the risk of being involved in such a collision. 26
Avoiding Rear-End Collisions – Light Vehicles (US) Rear-end collisions can be very serious since the vehicle that is struck from behind is usually stopped or moving very slowly while the other vehicle is in motion. The potential for catastrophe is amplified when the vehicle in motion is a van or truck and the vehicle that is struck is a smaller vehicle such as an automobile. This course focuses on the common causes of rear-end collisions and what drivers of light commercial vehicles can do to reduce their risk of being involved in such a collision. 25
Back Injury Awareness Back ailments are painful. They can be debilitating, and may prevent you from working and enjoying activities outside of work. This course will help you become aware of what you can do to prevent back injuries. Ideal learners include all employees. 12
Basic Rigging Awareness This basic rigging awareness module addresses the core elements that workers need to understand to conduct their rigging operations in a safe manner. Employers can use this course to ingrain fundamental terms and employee responsibilities. This course is an excellent tool for organizations who want to bolster or supplement their current rigging training program. 9
Basic Rigging Principles Part 1 (US) Rigging is a process used to secure materials to be moved by cranes, hoists or other lifting equipment. There are many factors to consider when applying slings and chains to secure a load. Improper rigging can lead to dropped loads and catastrophic failure of lifting equipment, which can cost lives. This course will describe rigging equipment and how to care for, inspect and store it. 43
Basic Rigging Principles Part 2 (US) Rigging is a process used to secure materials to be moved by cranes, hoists or other lifting equipment. There are many factors to consider when applying slings and chains to secure a load. Improper rigging can lead to dropped loads and catastrophic failure of lifting equipment, which can cost lives. This course will cover the steps required to prepare for safe rigging. 20
Battery and Charger Safety (US) Batteries provide electric power for equipment like forklifts, narrow-aisle trucks, airport vehicles, electric buses, autos and golf carts. When used properly, batteries are a safe and reliable source of power. As with any power source, there are some hazards. This lesson covers these hazards, including electrical shock, corrosive chemical exposure and battery handling. 20
Bench Grinder Safety A jagged wheel fragment can fly fast enough to penetrate the soft tissue of your neck, eyes and face. Bench grinders are powerful tools that require precision and precaution. This course will explain the steps you must take to stay safe when working with these commonly used pieces of equipment. Ideal learners are maintenance employees in general industry, employees in the construction industry, and supervisors of those employees. 19
Benzene Safety (US) Benzene is an aromatic hydrocarbon which is produced by the burning of natural products. It is found in gasoline and other fuels, and is used in the manufacture of plastics, detergents, pesticides, and other chemicals. Benzene is a clear, colorless liquid with a pleasant, sweet odor. The odor of benzene does not provide adequate warning of its hazard. In fact, benzene can cause serious health problems that you must understand if you work with it. This module covers the hazards of benzene and how to work safely with benzene. 16
Biosafety Hazardous Waste Handling and Disposal (US) If you work with biological materials, it is quite possible that you will produce hazardous waste. What types of hazardous waste might you produce? The obvious answer is biohazardous, or medical, waste. But if you are like a lot of people who work with biological materials, you may also work with or around other hazardous chemicals and radioactive materials, which wind up as waste too. Ideal learners are workers who may be exposed to biohazardous waste. 31
Blasting Area Safety (US) Blasting Area Safety creates an awareness of the activities that occur in a blasting area and describes the procedures of a typical blast sequence. This course is not designed for blasters or their crew, but is aimed at the other personnel that might be near a blasting site. The hazards of the site are discussed with the emphasis placed on flyrock, which is any material that travels beyond the boundary of the established blast area. The balance of the course discusses precautions taken at the site by the blaster-in-charge and the blasting crew, as well as precautions that non-blasting personnel should take. 21
Blocking and Cribbing A lot of work requires the use of lifting tools such as hydraulic jacks, cranes and truck hoists. Because these lifting tools are used so frequently and are usually reliable, you may forget that any lifting tool can potentially fail. However, if you happened to be under a load during such a failure, chances are you would be injured or killed. That is why raised equipment must be properly blocked or cribbed. This course is designed to teach general blocking and cribbing safety principles and demonstrate how those principles are applied. This course is ideal for anyone who works with heavy equipment or who performs blocking and cribbing. 13
Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP) If your job duties include even occasional contact with blood or other infectious materials, you are at risk for contracting potentially deadly, incurable diseases. Take this course to learn what bloodborne pathogens are and how you can protect yourself from them. Ideal learners include anyone who may be exposed to blood or other potentially infectious materials, including healthcare workers, custodians, maintenance staff, research personnel and construction workers. 17
Bloodborne Pathogens Awareness If your job duties include even occasional contact with blood or other infectious materials, you are at risk for contracting potentially deadly, incurable diseases. Take this course to learn what bloodborne pathogens are and how you can protect yourself from them. Ideal learners include anyone who may be exposed to blood or other potentially infectious materials, including healthcare workers, custodians, maintenance staff, research personnel and construction workers. 8
Bloodborne Pathogens Awareness Contact with blood or other infectious materials puts you at risk for contracting potentially deadly, incurable diseases. Take this course to learn what bloodborne pathogens are, the risk they present, and general steps you should take to ensure your protection after potential exposure. This course is not intended to teach universal precautions. You need additional information, vaccinations/immunizations, and PPE to provide first aid or handle/clean up BBP and OPIM. Ideal learners include all workers. 8
Cannabis Awareness Are the effects of cannabis different than other controlled substances? What do I need to know about cannabis as it relates to workplace safety? Take this course to learn the answers to these and other questions you may have about cannabis. We will talk about the properties of cannabis, its effects and strategies you can use at your workplace to keep everyone safe. This course is ideal for all learners. 15
Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Training (US) Incidents requiring CPR can happen anywhere and at any time. The first response to such an incident is the most important. CPR given at the scene can improve the chances of survival and recovery of a victim. This course will demonstrate how to recognize and respond to a severe life-threatening emergency until the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) personnel arrive. 22
Chemical Facility Security Awareness Training (US) What would happen if criminals or terrorists got their hands on potentially dangerous chemicals at your facility? What if they planted a bomb at your workplace? No one wants to experience the answers to these questions. Take this course to find out what you need to watch out for and what to do if you discover a security threat. Ideal learners are workers and managers in any facilities that use bulk quantities of highly hazardous chemicals. 20
Chlorine Awareness Chlorine has a huge variety of uses. Its chemical properties make it an extremely effective disinfectant and an essential component in the chemical manufacture of literally thousands of vital products used every day. However, there are some hazards associated with chlorine and you need to know about them and how to protect yourself against them. This course presents information about the hazards of chlorine and how to handle it safely. 9
Cleaning Up Small Chemical Spills Spills in the workplace are almost inevitable. Because of the range and quantity of substances used in laboratories, manufacturing facilities and other work areas, preplanning is needed to respond safely to chemical spills. Spills should be cleaned up only by knowledgeable and experienced staff. This training will provide the information needed to handle small chemical spills in the workplace. Ideal learners are those who work around chemicals. 14
Cleaning Up Small Chemical Spills Spills in the workplace are almost inevitable. Because of the range and quantity of substances used in laboratories, manufacturing facilities and other work areas, preplanning is needed to respond safely to chemical spills. Spills should be cleaned up only by knowledgeable and experienced staff. This training will provide the information needed to handle small chemical spills in the workplace. Ideal learners are anyone who works around chemicals. 13
Cold Stress Cold stress is the loss of body heat to the environment. Low temperature, wind and wetness have a combined effect on the body to create cold stress, injuries and illness. Cold-related disorders such as hypothermia and frostbite can kill or injure workers. Employers and employees should be aware of cold stress hazards, cold-related disorders and how to treat and prevent them. Ideal learners are employees who may be exposed to cold temperatures. 19
Combustible Dust (US) Combustible dust is a very serious danger, and one that many people have never heard of. Any material that burns in a solid form can be explosive when in a finely divided form. This course provides a general understanding of the hazards, precautions, and potential consequences associated with combustible dust in the workplace. It will help learners recognize combustible dust hazards at their location and provide good housekeeping practices that will help minimize the likelihood of a fire or explosion in the workplace. This course does not provide technical information suitable to engineers who design, build, and maintain equipment and facilities. Ideal learners are all employees. 25
Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) Overview for Drivers (US) In 2010, the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA) introduced new measures to improve the effectiveness of its compliance and enforcement program. The goal of the Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) program is to reduce large truck and bus crashes, injuries and fatalities. This overview course will provide commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers with important high-level information about the new CSA program. 21
Compressed Air Safety Awareness On its own, air is not necessarily dangerous. However, when you compress it, it creates hazards like noise, flying objects and static electricity. Take this course to review the hazards associated with compressed air and what you can do to avoid them. This course is ideal for people who use pneumatic tools or supervise those who do. 8
Compressed Gas Cylinder Safety You do not want to be near a rocket or fragmentation bomb when it goes off. Well, that is what a compressed gas cylinder may become if used improperly. The course will teach you about the hazards of these highly pressurized containers, how they must be labeled, and how they must be stored, handled and transported to prevent leaks, burns and explosions. Ideal learners are employees who work with or around compressed gas cylinders. 21
Compressed Gas Cylinder Safety (US) You do not want to be near a rocket or fragmentation bomb when it goes off. Well, that is what a compressed gas cylinder may become if used improperly. The course will teach you about the hazards of these highly pressurized containers, how they must be labeled, and how they must be stored, handled and transported to prevent leaks, burns and explosions. Ideal learners include employees who work with or around compressed gas cylinders. 19
Compressed Gas Cylinder Safety Awareness You do not want to be near a rocket or fragmentation bomb when it goes off. Well, that is what a compressed gas cylinder may become if used improperly. The course will teach you about the hazards of these highly pressurized containers, and how they must be stored, handled and transported to prevent leaks, burns and explosions. Ideal learners are employees who work with or around compressed gas cylinders. 10
Concrete and Masonry Awareness In the construction industry, many accidents, injuries and even fatalities result from formwork collapse and bracing failure during concrete and masonry construction. These incidents are preventable. Take this course to learn how to remain safe during concrete and masonry construction. This course is ideal for all construction workers. 15
Confined Space Awareness for Construction If one of your co-workers passed out in a confined space, would you go in to rescue him? Can you be sure the air in the space is safe? This training will help you understand the risks associated with confined spaces and the procedures your employer has in place to protect you and those around you. Do not take this information lightly. It can make the difference between life and death! Ideal learners are anyone who works in or around confined spaces on construction sites. 10
Confined Space Hazards If one of your co-workers passed out in a confined space, would you go in to rescue him? Can you be sure the air in the space is safe? This training will help you understand the risks associated with confined spaces and the procedures your employer has in place to protect you and those around you. Do not take this information lightly as it can make the difference between life and death! Ideal learners include anyone who works in or around confined spaces. 22
Confined Space Hazards (US) If one of your co-workers passed out in a confined space, would you go in to rescue him? Can you be sure the air in the space is safe? This training will help you understand the risks associated with confined spaces and the procedures your employer has in place to protect you and those around you. Do not take this information lightly. It can make the difference between life and death! Learners include anyone who works in or around confined spaces. 21
Confined Space Hazards Awareness If one of your co-workers passed out in a confined space, would you go in to rescue him? Can you be sure the air in the space is safe? This training will help you understand the risks associated with confined spaces. Do not take this information lightly. It can mean the difference between life and death! Ideal learners are all employees. 8
Confined Space Hazards for Canada If one of your co-workers passed out in a confined space would you go in to rescue him? Can you be sure the air in the space is safe? This training will help you understand the risks associated with confined spaces and the procedures your employer has in place to protect you and those around you. Do not take this information lightly. It can make the difference between life and death! Ideal learners include anyone who works in or around confined spaces. 26
Confined Space Hazards for Construction (US) If one of your co-workers passed out in a confined space, would you go in to rescue him? Can you be sure the air in the space is safe? This training will help you understand the risks associated with confined spaces and the procedures your employer has in place to protect you and those around you. Do not take this information lightly. It can make the difference between life and death! Learners include anyone who works in or around confined spaces on construction sites. 20
Confined Spaces: Permit-Required You may be able to enter an enclosed space, but could you get back out safely? If it is a permit-required confined space, you know there is a risk of a flammable, asphyxiating, corrosive or toxic atmosphere. This training will help you understand the hazards associated with confined spaces and the procedures your employer has in place to protect you and those around you. Do not take this information lightly. It can make the difference between life and death! Ideal learners are anyone who works in or around confined spaces. 45
Confined Spaces: Permit-Required (US) You may be able to enter an enclosed space, but could you get back out safely? If it is a permit-required confined space, you know there is a risk of a flammable, asphyxiating, corrosive or toxic atmosphere. This training will help you understand the hazards associated with confined spaces and the procedures your employer has in place to protect you and those around you. Do not take this information lightly as it can make the difference between life and death! Ideal learners include anyone who works in or around confined spaces. 35
Construction Safety Orientation You should expect to go home unhurt at the end of your work day. Accidents and injuries are preventable and occur because of unsafe conditions and unsafe acts. Take this orientation course to learn some basic safety rules you can use to help prevent injuries. This course is ideal for construction workers. 20
Continuously Improve for Safety Excellence No matter how safe an organization is or how high-quality its service and products are, there is always room for improvement. Take this training to learn more about the concept of continuous improvement. Ideal learners are managers, supervisors and safety committee members. 18
Contractor Safety (US) OSHA requires that companies provide a safe workplace for all workers. In order to provide a safe workplace, rules must be in place. Accidents occur as a result of an unsafe condition or an unsafe act, or both. Both are the result of the actions of people. All accidents and injuries are preventable. This orientation will explain the rules in place to prevent accidents and provide a safe workplace. 31
Crane Hand Signaling Part 1 (US) Cranes can be very dangerous when used in an unsafe manner. The signal person provides vital instructions to the crane operator to ensure operations are conducted safely. Part 1 of this two-part course on crane hand signaling covers basic skills and knowledge needed to use hand or voice signals to direct the movements of mobile and tower cranes. 23
Crane Hand Signaling Part 2 (US) Cranes can be very dangerous when used in an unsafe manner. The signal person provides vital instructions to the crane operator to ensure operations are conducted safely. Part 2 of this two-part course on using hand signals to direct the movements of mobile and tower cranes demonstrates standard hand signals. In addition, guidelines for using voice signals are provided. 23
Crane Operator Safety You can avoid accidents involving cranes by ensuring safe setup and operation. Take this course to learn some basic information about safe crane operating procedures. This course provides safety information that supplements crane operator training. Crane operators must receive hands-on instruction for the cranes they will be operating. Ideal learners are all workers involved in the operation of cranes. 20
Crystalline Silica Awareness Breathing is an act we often take for granted. Sometimes, what we breathe in can harm our bodies and cause lasting damage. That is definitely true of crystalline silica. In this course, you will learn what it is, where it is, how to avoid exposure and what to do if you are exposed. This course is intended for anyone who may be exposed to crystalline silica in their work. 13
Culture of Early Reporting The more people watching out for the safety of your company, the better! Take this course to learn how your company can create a culture of early reporting to improve safety performance. Ideal learners include managers, supervisors, safety committee members. 16
Cyber Security People, information, operations and systems are critical assets of an organization. Protecting the safety, confidentiality, integrity and availability of these assets is essential to maintaining profitability, compliance, public image and a competitive edge. Cyber security is the responsibility of everyone. This course will explain what the dangers are and what you can do to help. Ideal learners include all employees. 23
Defensive Driving – Large Vehicles (US) Most vehicle accidents are actually the result of human error. If an error is made at the wrong moment, an accident or collision will result. A consistent, defensive approach to driving is the best way to reduce the likelihood of driver error. The goal of this course is to provide drivers of large vehicles with the knowledge and safe driving techniques they need to prevent collisions and violations. 47
Defensive Driving – Small Vehicles A split-second decision can change your life, especially when you are behind the wheel of a fast-moving, heavy vehicle. Take this course to refresh your memory about safe driving practices, particularly what you need to do before you drive, while you drive and in the event of an accident. Ideal learners include anyone who drives cars or small vehicles. 24
Defensive Driving Awareness A split-second decision can change your life, especially when you are behind the wheel of a fast-moving, heavy vehicle. Take this course to refresh your memory about safe driving practices – particularly what you need to do before and during your drive. Ideal learners are anyone who drives cars or small vehicles. 12
Distracted Driving When you are driving, taking your eyes and mind off the road for even a few seconds can result in an accident. By failing to give full attention to the road, distracted drivers put themselves, their passengers and everyone else on the road at risk. This course presents strategies drivers can use to remain focused on the road. It is ideal for all drivers. 16
Domestic Preparedness Awareness Overview (US) The purpose of this course is to provide training for Domestic Preparedness Awareness Level instruction. The presentation is designed to increase knowledge about nuclear, biological, and chemical agents, often called NBC agents. 40
DOT Driver Compliance (US) This training covers some important U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) rules that all Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) drivers are required to follow. The purpose of all of these rules is to keep CMV drivers and everyone else on the road safe. 31
Driver Fatigue (US) Fatigue impairs a driver’s ability to safely operate a large truck or other types of equipment. It leads to accidents that cause vehicle damage, property damage, injury and even death. 26
Driver Wellness (US) This awareness-level course is intended to provide commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers with information about how to improve and maintain their health. It will cover some common health concerns for drivers as well as things they can do to improve their physical condition. 25
Drug and Alcohol Awareness Substance abuse causes harm to more people than just the abuser. This course teaches workers what substance abuse is and it outlines the costs of substance abuse to employers. It also provides facts about commonly abused substances and how to reduce the risks of substance abuse. Ideal learners are all employees, including managers and supervisors. 16
Drugs and Alcohol: The Facts Substance abuse causes harm to more people than just the abuser. This course teaches workers what drug and alcohol abuse is and it outlines the costs of substance abuse to employers. It also provides facts about commonly abused substances and how to reduce the risks of substance abuse. Ideal learners are all employees, including managers and supervisors. 44
Drugs and Alcohol: The Facts (US) Substance abuse causes harm to more people than just the abuser. This course teaches workers what substance abuse is and it outlines the costs of substance abuse to employers and co-workers. It also provides facts about commonly abused substances and how to reduce the risks of substance abuse. Ideal learners are all employees, including managers and supervisors. 50
Dust Mask – Voluntary Use Guidelines You are probably exposed to some level of dust in your workplace, dust that may pose a variety of health hazards. If those hazards are significant enough, your employer will require that you use respiratory protection. If the hazards are minor and protection is not mandated, you can choose to wear a dust mask. This course will explain how to select, use and care for dust masks. Ideal learners are employees in the heavy equipment, manufacturing (production and maintenance), construction and mining industries, and their supervisors. 14
Effective Supervision (US) In the increasingly competitive marketplace of today, people are the most valuable resource in an organization. Effectively supervising this resource is crucial to success. This course presents the tools needed to be an effective supervisor. The course will help those new to the supervisory role transition to their new responsibilities, while providing a good review for more seasoned supervisors. Ideal learners are supervisors and managers. 33
Egress and Emergency Action Plans Fires injure or kill thousands of workers annually. Those are the losses due to fires, but there are other hazardous situations that can threaten the life of a worker and health. These situations include severe weather, medical emergencies, chemical releases, and bomb threats. We cannot completely eliminate dangerous workplace situations, but we can reduce the number of associated injuries and deaths. This course will focus on two important aspects of this effort. Ideal learners are all employees. 28
Egress and Emergency Action Plans (US) Each year, more than 200 deaths and 5,000 injuries result from fires and explosions in the workplace. The National Fire Protection Association reported over 115,000 non-residential structural fires in a recent year, accounting for $2.4 billion in direct property damage. Those are the losses due to fires, but there are other hazardous situations that can threaten a worker's life and limb. These include severe weather, medical emergencies, chemical release, and bomb threats. We can't completely eliminate dangerous workplace situations, but we can reduce the number of associated injuries and deaths attributable to these incidents. This course will focus on two important aspects of this effort: egress and emergency action plans. 27
Egress and Emergency Action Plans Awareness (US) Each year, more than 200 deaths and 5,000 injuries result from fires and explosions in the workplace. The National Fire Protection Association reported over 115,000 non-residential structural fires in a recent year, accounting for $2.4 billion in direct property damage. Those are the losses due to fires, but there are other hazardous situations that can threaten the life of a worker. These include severe weather, medical emergencies, chemical release and bomb threats. We cannot completely eliminate dangerous workplace situations, but we can reduce the number of associated injuries and deaths attributable to these incidents. This course will focus on two important aspects of this effort: egress and emergency action plans. 14
Electrical Arc Flash Awareness An arc flash can generate a temperature of up to 19,000 degrees Celsius (35,000 degrees Fahrenheit)! Working in or near electrical panels and systems increases your chance of exposure to an arc flash. It requires that you take extreme precautions. This course will provide information to help protect you from this deadly hazard that cannot be seen or heard, until is too late. Ideal learners are unqualified electrical personnel and their managers in a variety of industries with an emphasis on general industry maintenance and fabrication settings. 13
Electrical Arc Flash Awareness (US) An arc flash can generate a temperature of up to 35,000 degrees Fahrenheit (19,000 degrees Celsius)! Working in or near electrical panels and systems increases your chance of exposure to an arc flash. It requires that you take extreme precautions. This course will provide information to help protect you from this deadly hazard that cannot be seen or heard until it is too late. Ideal learners include unqualified electrical personnel (employees and managers) in a variety of industries with an emphasis on general industry maintenance and fabrication settings. 13
Electrical Safety and Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) Working with electricity can be dangerous. Workers performing service or maintenance on machinery and equipment may be injured by the unexpected startup of the machinery or equipment, or release of stored electrical energy in the equipment. In fact, failure to lock out machinery before working on it is a major cause of injury and death. These deaths and injuries can be prevented by establishing and following an effective lockout/tagout program. This training will tell you more about electrical hazards, safe practices when working with electricity, and the lockout/tagout program and how it can save your life. Ideal learners are any employee who works on or around electrical machinery. 41
Electrical Safety and Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) (US) Working with electricity can be dangerous. Every year, between 300 and 500 people in the U.S. are killed by electrocutions at work. To handle electricity safely, you need to know how it acts, how it can be controlled, and its hazards. Workers performing service or maintenance on machinery and equipment may be injured by the unexpected startup of the machinery or equipment, or release of stored electrical energy in the equipment. In fact, failure to lock out machinery before working on it is a major cause of injury and death in the United States. These deaths and injuries can be prevented by establishing and following an effective lockout/tagout program. This training will tell you more about electrical hazards, safe practices when working with electricity, and the lockout tagout program and how it can save your life. 46
Electrical Safety for Construction: Cord and Plug Connected Equipment (US) Construction workers use cord- and plug-connected electrical equipment every day. Because the equipment is so common, it is easy to forget that it can be dangerous. Take this course to refresh your memory about electrical hazards and how to protect yourself. Ideal learners are construction workers. 19
Electrical Safety for Construction: Power Lines and Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) (US) Workers who contact power lines or perform work on electrical equipment may be injured or even killed by the unexpected startup or release of electrical energy. You can prevent these incidents by following some basic best practices. This course will tell you about electrical hazards in construction work, safe practices when working with electricity and how a lockout/tagout program can save your life. Ideal learners are construction workers. 16
Emergency Response for Multi-Story Buildings (US) In the event of an emergency in a multi-story building, all occupants need to know what to do, where to go and who is in charge. This course will provide you with the information you need to safely evacuate a multi-story building in case of an emergency. 25
Environmental Overview (US) This course provides a general understanding of how our daily work activities can potentially alter environmental balances. By being more aware of this, we can act responsibly to protect our communities, air, water, land and ourselves. Ideal learners are all employees. 12
Environmental Responsibility Part 1 (US) – Environmental and Waste Management What if your company mishandled hazardous wastes or dangerous chemicals, leading to environmental damage and worker injury? The implications for the company, your job, or even your life, would be enormous. The purpose of this 3-part series is to help you work in an environmentally responsible manner and in compliance with all applicable environmental laws and regulations. Part 1 outlines environmental goals, the purpose of environmental management systems, environmental issues such as hazardous waste and stormwater, and management practices when dealing with industrial waste. The ideal learner is anyone who must comply with environmental regulations on the job. 27
Environmental Responsibility Part 2 (US) – Air, Tanks, Oil and Waste This is Part 2 of a three-part course designed to promote working in an environmentally responsible manner and in compliance with all applicable environmental laws and regulations. This second part identifies EPA-regulated environmental issues concerning air emissions, stationary storage tank management, used oil and universal waste, and the best management practices for dealing with these issues. Ideal learner: Anyone who must comply with environmental regulations on the job. 22
Environmental Responsibility Part 3 (US) – Storage, Handling and Response This is Part 3 of a three-part course designed to promote working in an environmentally responsible manner and in compliance with all applicable environmental laws and regulations. This, the third part, outlines OSHA-regulated environmental issues, the elements of an Emergency Action Plan, major steps in spill and fire response, storage requirements for hazardous chemicals, and issues related to handling chemicals. Ideal learners are all employees. 26
Excavation and Trenching Safety Excavation and trenching work is performed thousands of times daily, in all types of conditions. Unfortunately, many fatalities and work-related injuries are associated with excavation and trenching incidents. Cave-ins can occur suddenly, without warning, giving you little time to react. But their signs are present when proper safety precautions are not taken. This program has been created to increase your awareness and provide you with a better understanding of the safety procedures associated with your work. Ideal learners are employees who work in or near excavations and trenches. 30
Excavation and Trenching Safety (US) Excavation and trenching work is performed thousands of times daily in all types of conditions. Unfortunately, cave-ins can occur suddenly, without warning, giving little time to react. But their signs are present when proper safety precautions are not taken. This program has been created to increase your awareness and provide you with a better understanding of the laws, regulations, and company safety policies and procedures associated with your work. Ideal learners are workers who may work in or around excavations and trenches. 27
Excavation and Trenching Safety Awareness Excavation and trenching work is performed thousands of times daily, in all types of conditions. Unfortunately, many fatalities and work-related injuries are associated with excavation and trenching incidents. Cave-ins can occur suddenly, without warning, giving you little time to react. But their signs are present when proper safety precautions are not taken. This program has been created to increase your awareness and provide you with a better understanding of the safety procedures associated with your work. Ideal learners are employees who work in or near excavations and trenches. 13
Extreme Driving Conditions (US) Extreme weather driving includes every adverse weather condition that could cause a hazardous driving situation, such as rain, snow, ice, fog, or extremely cold or hot weather. The purpose of this training is to show drivers how to handle extreme weather conditions on the road so they can stay safe in rain, snow or shine. Ideal learners are all employees. 22
Fall Protection Each year, many workers are hurt or killed as a result of falls in the workplace. Falls are usually complex events that involve a variety of factors. This training will cover systems and procedures designed to prevent falls off, onto or through working levels and to protect workers from being struck by falling objects. Ideal learners include all workers. 48
Fall Protection (US) Each year, many workers are hurt or killed as a result of falls in the workplace. Falls are usually complex events that involve a variety of factors. For that reason, the OSHA fall protection standard deals with both human- and equipment-related issues for protecting workers from fall hazards. This training will cover systems and procedures designed to prevent falls off, onto or through working levels and to protect workers from being struck by falling objects. Ideal learners are workers who work at heights, including on ladders and aerial lifts. 45
Fall Protection Awareness Each year, many workers are hurt or killed as a result of falls in the workplace. Falls are usually complex events that involve a variety of factors. This training will cover systems and procedures designed to prevent falls off, onto or through working levels. Ideal learners are workers who work at heights. 15
Fire Extinguisher Safety If you were confronted with a fire in your workplace, would you know whether to fight or flee? If you decide to fight the fire, do you know what to do? Take this course to learn when to fight or flee a fire and how to choose and use fire extinguishers. Knowing what to do can save lives! Ideal learners include all employees. 15
Fire Extinguisher Safety Awareness If you were confronted with a fire in your workplace, would you know whether to fight or flee? If you decide to fight the fire, do you know what to do? Take this course to learn when to fight or flee a fire and how to choose and use fire extinguishers. Knowing what to do can save lives! Ideal learners are all employees. 14
Fire Extinguisher Safety for Canada If you were confronted with a fire in your workplace, would you know whether to fight or flee? If you decide to fight the fire, do you know what to do? Take this course to learn when to fight or flee a fire and how to choose and use fire extinguishers. Knowing what to do can save lives! Ideal learners include all employees. 17
Fire Extinguisher Safety for Construction: Part 1 – Fight or Flee (US) It is dangerous to fight a large fire with the wrong equipment. Take this course to learn when to fight or flee a fire. Knowing what to do can save lives! Ideal learners are all employees. 6
Fire Extinguisher Safety for Construction: Part 2 – Using Extinguishers (US) To effectively put out small fires, you need to CHOOSE and USE the right extinguishers. Take this course to learn about the types of extinguishers, how they work, and how to use and maintain them. This course is ideal for anyone who works in the construction industry. 12
Fire Extinguisher Safety: Part 1 – Fight or Flee (US) If there were a fire in your area, would you know whether to fight or flee? You need to be able to make the right decision and act safely. Take this course to learn how to make safe choices. This course is ideal for anyone who works in general industry. 10
Fire Extinguisher Safety: Part 2 – Using Extinguishers (US) To effectively put out small fires, you need to CHOOSE and USE the right extinguishers. Take this course to learn about the types of extinguishers, how they work, and how to use and maintain them. This course is ideal for anyone who works in general industry. 11
Fire Prevention Fire is a terrible way to die or be injured. You cannot assume that having a fire department keeps you safe. Most workplace fires are completely preventable. Take this course to find out how to reduce the risk of fires in your workplace. Ideal learners are all employees. 20
Fire Prevention (US) Fire is a terrible way to die or be injured. You cannot assume that having a fire department keeps you safe. Most workplace fires are completely preventable. Take this course to find out how to reduce the risk of fires in your workplace. Ideal learners are all employees. 20
Fire Prevention Awareness Fire is a terrible way to die or be injured. You cannot assume that having a fire department keeps you safe. Most workplace fires are completely preventable. Take this course to find out how to reduce the risk of fires in your workplace. Ideal learners are all employees. 12
Fire Watch Every year, many workplace fires occur as a result of hot work including cutting, welding and other work that generates heat and sparks. Hot work is often being done without an adequate fire watch in place. Most, if not all, hot work incidents are completely preventable. A fire watch, conducted properly, is one of the most important ways to keep workers safe during hot work and prevent damage and destruction to property. This course covers the role and responsibilities of the fire watcher. Ideal learners are all employees. 17
First Aid – Basics Incidents requiring first aid can happen anywhere and at any time. The first response to such an incident is the most important. First aid given at the scene can improve the chances of survival and recovery of a victim. This course presents ways to respond to basic first aid situations until the emergency medical services (EMS) personnel arrive. Ideal learners are all employees. 37
First Aid – Basics (US) Incidents requiring first aid can happen anywhere and at any time. The first response to such an incident is the most important. First aid given at the scene can improve the chances of survival and recovery of a victim. This course presents ways to respond to basic first aid situations until the Emergency Medical Services (EMS) personnel arrive. 38
First Aid – Medical Emergencies Injuries, both on and off the job, represent a significant health problem. The outcome of injuries depends on not only the severity of the injury, but also on the rendering of first aid care. Prompt, properly administered first aid care can mean the difference between life and death. This course will cover a variety of emergency scenarios and the appropriate first aid care. Ideal learners are all employees. 33
First Aid – Medical Emergencies Injuries, both on and off the job, represent a significant health problem. The outcome of injuries depends on not only the severity of the injury, but also on the rendering of first aid care. Prompt, properly administered first aid care can mean the difference between life and death. This course will cover a variety of emergency scenarios and the appropriate first aid care. 33
First Aid – Module 01 – Introduction (US) When you provide first aid, it is important that you help both the victim and yourself. Take this module to find out how to avoid legal liability, prevent disease transmission and determine how and when to move victims. Ideal learners are employees who have already taken in-depth first-aid training. 9
First Aid – Module 02 – Finding Out What Is Wrong (US) You cannot begin to offer first aid to a victim until you know what is wrong. This module will remind you how to assess the scene and the victim and gather information that may be helpful to you and to emergency responders when they arrive. Ideal learners are employees who have already taken in-depth first aid training. 7
First Aid – Module 03 – Basic Life Support (US) When victims are not breathing or their hearts are not beating, every second counts! This module will refresh your memory about how to recognize cardiac incidents, perform CPR, treat choking and put victims in the recovery position. Learners include employees who have already taken in-depth first aid training. 11
First Aid – Module 04 – Bleeding and Wound Care (US) Getting bleeding under control quickly, and dressing wounds correctly, is imperative. Take this course to find out how to control bleeding, care for minor wounds, and offer first aid to victims with more severe injuries such as amputations and head or facial wounds. Ideal learners are employees who have already taken in-depth first aid training. 13
First Aid – Module 05 – Shock and Anaphylaxis Care (US) Do you know what it looks like when someone experiences shock and anaphylaxis? Do you know what to do? Take this course to find out what the signs and symptoms are and what first aid treatment you need to administer. Ideal learners are employees who have already taken in-depth first aid training. 10
First Aid – Module 06 – Burns and Electrical Shock (US) When someone has experienced a serious burn or electrical shock, the pain may make it impossible to think clearly. The victim is counting on you to know what to do. Take this training to refresh your memory about types of burns and how to administer first aid for them as well as first aid for electrical shock. Ideal learners are employees who have already taken in-depth first aid training. 12
First Aid – Module 07 – Serious Injuries (US) Serious injuries are those that can lead to disability or death if improperly treated. Take this module to refresh your memory about how to treat brain, spine, chest, abdominal and pelvic injuries. Ideal learners are employees who have already taken in-depth first aid training. 14
First Aid – Module 08 – Bone, Joint and Muscle Injuries (US) Bone, joint and muscle injuries can be very painful. Victims are counting on you to do everything you can to minimize the risk of further injury and help alleviate pain. Take this course to refresh your memory about what to do for various bone, joint and muscle injuries. Ideal learners are employees who have already taken in-depth first aid training. 10
First Aid – Module 09 – Sudden Illness (US) If someone were suddenly to become ill, would you know what was wrong and what to do? Take this module to refresh your memory about general and specific sudden illnesses and treatments. Ideal learners are employees who have already taken in-depth first aid training. 13
First Aid – Module 10 – Poisoning (US) If you are like most people, you have experienced some type of poisoning or bite in your lifetime, whether it is a mosquito bite or something more serious. Because they are so common, it is important that you are prepared to properly treat them. Take this module to find out how! Ideal learners are employees who have already taken in-depth first aid training. 12
First Aid – Module 11 – Cold and Heat Emergencies (US) Cold and heat are conditions we all encounter at some point. Take this module to learn how to prevent cold- and heat-related injuries and illnesses. You will also learn how to recognize symptoms of these emergencies and treat victims. Ideal learners are employees who have already taken in-depth first aid training. 8
First Aid Awareness Incidents requiring first aid can happen anywhere and at any time. The first response to such an incident is the most important. First aid given at the scene can improve the chances of survival and recovery of a victim. This course presents ways to respond to basic first aid situations until the emergency medical services (EMS) personnel arrive. Ideal learners are all employees. 15
First Aid Awareness Incidents requiring first aid can happen anywhere and at any time. The first response to such an incident is the most important. First aid given at the scene can improve the chances of survival and recovery of a victim. This course presents ways to respond to basic first aid situations until the emergency medical services (EMS) personnel arrive. Ideal learners are all employees. 15
Flammable and Combustible Liquids Petroleum is a flammable liquid, and practically everyone uses it to fuel their cars. But flammable and combustible liquids are dangerous. Something as simple as whether or not you promptly put a liquid in a flammable liquid storage cabinet can be a matter of life or death. This course covers risks associated with flammable and combustible liquids, and general safety procedures such as proper storage and use. Ideal learners are all employees. 20
Flammable and Combustible Liquids Awareness Petroleum is a flammable liquid, and practically everyone uses it to fuel their cars. But flammable and combustible liquids are dangerous. Something as simple as whether or not you promptly put a liquid in a flammable liquid storage cabinet can be a matter of life or death. This course covers risks associated with flammable and combustible liquids, and general safety procedures such as proper storage and use. Ideal learners are all employees. 11
Food Service and Distribution – HACCP Overview (US) Every year, millions of people in the United States become ill from pathogens in food. The number of illnesses would be even higher if the Food and Drug Administration had not adopted a food safety program focused on preventing hazards that cause foodborne illnesses by applying science-based controls at every critical point in the process, from raw materials to finished products. This program is appropriately called Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points, or HACCP. This training provides an overview of the HACCP process. Ideal learners are anyone who works in food service and distribution. 26
Forklift Awareness Powered industrial trucks like forklifts are used every day to lift and move equipment or materials. Because of the high risk of injury and even death while operating a powered industrial truck, some use and training recommendations have been developed to improve safety. This training is ideal for all workers who operate or supervise the operation of forklifts. 12
Formaldehyde (US) Formaldehyde is commonly used in anatomy labs, medical research and teaching facilities as a tissue preservative or as an organic chemical reagent. This course will inform you of the health risks, precautions and handling procedures you need to know when working with formaldehyde. 16
Giving and Receiving Feedback No one likes to be told they are doing something the wrong way. But there are ways you can both give and receive feedback that will make such conversations productive instead of emotional. Take this course to learn best practices for giving and receiving feedback effectively. Ideal learners are managers, supervisors, safety committee members. 15
Grounding Fundamentals (US) What makes a good line or cable worker? It is not just their knowledge of electrical principles or their experience. A good line worker or cable worker is one that is committed to taking the time and the steps necessary to work safely. In this course we will cover the reasons for grounding, planning your approach, and discuss details around the grounding procedure. 23
Guarding Floor Holes and Wall Openings (US) No one wants to fall through a floor hole or wall opening! Take this course to find out what you can do to avoid falling and protect others on your site from falling, too. You will learn to recognize floor holes and wall openings and select the right covers and guards for them. Ideal learners are all employees. 18
Hand and Power Tool Safety Most of us use tools in our daily work. But do you realize how dangerous tools can be if they are not handled correctly? This training focuses on the importance of hand and power tool safety, the hazards that can lead to injuries and deaths, and the precautions needed to work safely with these tools. Ideal learners include anyone who works with tools. 28
Hand and Power Tool Safety Awareness Most of us use tools in our daily work. But do you realize how dangerous tools can be if they are not handled correctly? This training focuses on the importance of hand and power tool safety, the hazards that can lead to injuries and deaths, and the precautions needed to work safely with these tools. Ideal learners are anyone who works with hand or power tools. 15
Hand Tool Safety for Construction Using the correct hand tools in a safe way can help you avoid injuries. Take this course to find out about both general and specific hand tool hazards and precautions. This course is ideal for all construction workers. 15
Hand, Wrist and Finger Safety Enjoying your hobbies. Checking your phone. Getting ready in the morning. Your hands help you do a remarkable variety of tasks. Throughout the workday, your hands can encounter any number of hazards. Fortunately, many hand and wrist injuries are preventable. This course will present potential hand, wrist and finger hazards, as well as the steps to take to avoid them. Ideal learners include all employees. 20
Hand, Wrist and Finger Safety Awareness Your hands help you do a remarkable variety of tasks. Throughout the workday, your hands can encounter any number of hazards. Fortunately, many hand and wrist injuries are preventable. This course will present potential hand, wrist and finger hazards, as well as the steps to take to avoid them. Ideal learners include all employees. 11
Hazard Communication – Labels (US) Labels keep us in the know all the time – they inform our diet decisions, they ensure we take the right medicines in the right amounts, and they keep us safe at heights and in tight spaces. The purpose of the GHS is to increase the quality and consistency of information provided to workers, employers and chemical users by adopting a standardized approach to hazard classification, labels and Safety Data Sheets. 9
Hazard Communication – Pictograms (US) Hazards are universal and languages are not. To keep individuals safe in workplaces throughout the world, regulators are working to standardize symbols, called pictograms, to communicate hazards in a consistent manner from workplace to workplace and from country to country. This mini-module covers pictograms and the hazards associated with them, as encountered on labels and Safety Data Sheets (SDSs). 5
Hazard Communication – Safety Data Sheets (US) When you are working with a hazardous chemical, you need to know what it is, what it does and how to stay safe around it. Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) explain the necessary information to keep you safe around hazardous substances. This course explains SDSs to managers and front-line workers in industries and environments that require the use of hazardous substances. 9
Hazard Communication (US) Workers are exposed to hazardous chemical products every day. This poses serious problems for exposed workers and their employers. Hazard Communication (HazCom) training is designed to provide workers with the information they need to recognize and avoid hazardous chemicals. This course will introduce learners to everything from the content of the HazCom Standard to how to use Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) and chemical labels to prepare for hazards or react to exposures. Ideal learners are employees who work with or around hazardous chemicals. 26
Hazard Communication Awareness (US) Workers are near hazardous chemical products every day. This poses serious problems for workers and their employers. Hazard Communication (HazCom) training is designed to provide workers with the information they need to recognize and avoid exposure to hazardous chemicals. This course will introduce learners to the HazCom Standard as well as demonstrate how Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) and chemical labels help workers to prepare for hazards and react to exposures. 14
Hazard Communication Awareness (US) Workers are near hazardous chemical products every day. This poses serious problems for workers and their employers. Hazard Communication (HazCom) training is designed to provide workers with the information they need to recognize and avoid exposure to hazardous chemicals. This course will introduce learners to the HazCom Standard as well as demonstrate how Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) and chemical labels help workers to prepare for hazards and react to exposures. 16
Hazard Communication for California (US) Workers are exposed to hazardous chemical products every day. This poses serious problems for exposed workers and their employers. Hazard Communication (HazCom) training is designed to provide workers in California with the information they need to recognize and avoid hazardous chemicals. This course will introduce learners to the content of Proposition 65 and the federal and California HazCom Standards. It will also explain how to use Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) and chemical labels to prepare for hazards or react to exposures. This course is ideal for all employees in California. 29
Hazard Communication for Construction: How to Use Safety Data Sheets (US) Hazardous chemicals are present on most construction sites and put the workers who use them or who work around them at risk. This Hazard Communication (HazCom) training will provide you with the information you need to understand the hazardous nature of chemicals as well as precautions for safe use, storage, cleanup, first aid and much more. Your company may enhance this online course with additional company, jobsite and chemical-specific information. This course is ideal for all construction workers. 12
Hazard Communication for Construction: Written Program (US) Every jobsite is unique, but how we communicate about hazards should be the same no matter where you work. That is why OSHA has a Hazard Communication Standard! In this course, you will learn about what is included in every written program and what you should expect in terms of responsibilities and training. This course is ideal for all construction workers. 12
Hazardous Chemical Information Workers are near hazardous chemical products every day. This poses serious problems for potentially exposed workers and their employers. Hazard identification and classification training is designed to provide workers with the information they need to recognize and avoid hazardous chemicals. This course will introduce learners to everything from the content of a hazardous chemical information program to how to use Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) and chemical labels to prepare for hazards or react to exposures. Ideal learners are all employees who may be exposed to hazardous chemicals. 21
Hazardous Chemical Information – Labels Labels keep us informed all the time. Labels inform our diet decisions, ensure we take the right medicines in the right amounts, and keep us safe at heights and in tight spaces. In the workplace, labels communicate hazards, precautions and exposure treatment for hazardous substances. 7
Hazardous Chemical Information – Pictograms Hazards are universal and languages are not. To keep individuals safe in workplaces throughout the world, regulators are working to standardize symbols, called pictograms, to communicate hazards in a consistent manner from workplace to workplace and from country to country. This mini-module covers pictograms and the hazards associated with them, as encountered on labels and Safety Data Sheets (SDSs). 5
Hazardous Chemical Information – Safety Data Sheets When you are working with a hazardous chemical, you need to know what it is, what it does and how to stay safe around it. Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) are being harmonized throughout the world to maintain a consistent and thorough explanation of necessary information to keep you safe around hazardous substances. This course explains SDSs to managers and front line workers in industries and environments that require the use of hazardous substances. 10
Hazardous Chemical Information Awareness Workers are exposed to hazardous chemical products every day, and this poses serious problems for exposed workers and their employers. Hazard identification and classification training is designed to provide workers with the information they need to recognize and avoid hazardous chemicals. This awareness course will introduce learners to everything from the content of a hazardous chemical information program to the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) to how to use Safety Data Sheets (SDSs) and chemical labels to prepare for hazards or react to exposures. Ideal learners are all employees who may be exposed to hazardous chemicals. 12
Hazardous Waste Minimization and Disposal The decisions we make about how to minimize and dispose of hazardous waste can affect our environment, our profitability, and our health and safety. Take this course to learn how you can help reduce waste and handle it appropriately. This course is ideal for all workers. 14
Hazards of Changing Lanes – Large Vehicles (US) Anytime a driver changes position in the flow of traffic with a large vehicle, whether passing other vehicles, merging or exiting roadways, the chances of a mishap increase. This course helps drivers become aware of safe, professional maneuvering techniques to apply when they are on the road. Ideal learners are drivers of large vehicles. 8
Hazards of Changing Lanes – Light Commercial Vehicles (US) Anytime a driver changes position in the flow of traffic with a commercial vehicle, whether passing other vehicles, merging or exiting roadways, the chances of a mishap increase. This course helps drivers become aware of safe, professional maneuvering techniques to apply when they are on the road. 10
Hazards of Speeding – Large Vehicles (US) The vast majority of speeders realize the potential consequences of their actions. Yet many motorists continue to put themselves and others at risk when they refuse to adopt a common sense approach to driving. In this course, we will examine the hazards of speeding. We will also explore reasons why speeding just does not make good sense, even when you are rushing to meet a deadline. 10
Hazards of Speeding – Light Commercial Vehicles (US) Chances are you have been instructed on the dangers of speeding at some point;and as the operator of a light commercial vehicle, you carry the responsibility of protecting not only company assets, but also the lives of others as well as your own. In this course, we will examine the hazards of speeding. We will also explore reasons why speeding just does not make good sense, even when you’re rushing to meet a deadline. 10
Hazards of Tailgating – Large Vehicles (US) Professional drivers need to be able to react swiftly to events that may happen farther along the roadway. Tailgating limits the reaction time of professional drivers, significantly increasing the chance of an accident. This course explains the consequences of tailgating and lists strategies to overcome the impulse to tailgate. 12
Hazards of Tailgating – Light Commercial Vehicles (US) Professional drivers need to be able to react swiftly to events that may happen farther along the roadway. Tailgating limits the reaction time of professional drivers, significantly increasing the chance of an accident. This course explains the consequences of tailgating and lists strategies to overcome the impulse to tailgate. 11
HAZMAT Transportation – Part 1 – The Hazardous Materials Table (US) Because of the risks and dangers associated with shipping hazardous materials, the U.S. Department of Transportation’s Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration and its supporting agencies regulate the transport of these materials within the US and ensure we comply with the Hazardous Materials Regulations (or the HMR). 28
HAZMAT Transportation – Part 2 – Shipping Papers (US) Shippers are responsible for documenting information about hazardous materials before offering them for transport. This module covers the components of a properly prepared shipping paper. 23
HAZMAT Transportation – Part 3 – Packaging (US) If given the task of packaging or inspecting and accepting hazardous materials for transportation, could you do so in compliance with HMR (Hazardous Materials Regulations) packaging requirements? Your employer wants to make sure you can, since the DOT and its designated agencies regulate the packaging and transportation of hazardous materials. These agencies also have the authority to inspect hazardous materials packages and fine or penalize you as well as your employer for any HMR violations. Module 3 covers general packaging requirements. 27
HAZMAT Transportation – Part 4 – Marking (US) This series of Hazardous Materials Transportation e-Lessons provides general awareness training for the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) Hazardous Materials Regulations. Module 4 covers the marking and labeling of hazardous materials. 23
HAZMAT Transportation – Part 5 – Labeling and Placarding (US) This series of Hazardous Materials Transportation e-Lessons provides general awareness training for the U.S. Department of Transportation (USDOT) Hazardous Materials Regulations. Module 5 covers Placarding. 29
HAZMAT Transportation – Part 6a – Carrier Requirements – Highway (US) This series of Hazardous Materials Transportation e-Lessons provides general awareness training for the U.S. Department of Transportation's (USDOT) Hazardous Materials Regulations. Module 6 is composed of four parts: Module 6a covers Highway Carrier Requirements. 22
HAZMAT Transportation – Part 6b – Carrier Requirements – Air (US) When it comes to transporting hazardous materials by air, Part 175 of the Hazardous Materials Regulations or HMR provides air carriers with the specific requirements they need to accept, handle and transport hazardous materials. 30
HAZMAT Transportation – Part 6c – Carrier Requirements – Rail (US) The DOT (Department of Transportation) identifies requirements for transporting hazardous materials by rail in Part 174 of the HMR (Hazardous Materials Regulations). 21
HAZMAT Transportation – Part 6d – Carrier Requirements – Water (IMDG) (US) In this module, we will focus on the actions we can take to protect our waters and marine life when transporting hazardous materials by any type of vessel or ship. 28
HAZMAT Transportation – Part 7 – Security Awareness (US) Hazardous materials are vulnerable when they are in transit. Imagine what would happen if criminals or terrorists were able to obtain dangerous chemicals and materials! Take this course to find out what you can do to prevent that from happening. Ideal learners include people who work at companies involved in the packaging, shipment, transportation and distribution of hazardous materials. 27
HAZMAT Transportation Awareness (US) In the United States, we ship millions of tons of hazardous materials (HAZMAT) every day. These materials can be poisonous, toxic, flammable, explosive or corrosive by nature. Take this course to learn basic information about how to identify and safely handle hazardous materials, all while complying with federal laws and regulations. This course may be taken for general familiarization and is also ideal for employees who are involved in shipping, packaging or transporting hazardous materials. 10
HAZWOPER Refresher Training – Module 1 – Scope, Application and Training Requirements (US) This course is designed for professionals who engage in hazardous waste/substance operations and/or hazardous materials emergency response, and who have previously completed the 24-hour or 40-hour HAZWOPER certification course. The 13 parts in this suite address annual refresher training topics required by OSHA with 5.5 hours of instructional time in support of the overall 8-hour annual refresher requirement. 34
HAZWOPER Refresher Training – Module 10 – Spill Prevention (US) This is Part Ten of a 13-part series of modules on HAZWOPER designed to provide the annual refresher training as required by OSHA for all employees affected by this regulation. Part Ten covers spill prevention. Those working in hazardous waste operations and emergency response need to know how to prevent spills or leaks of hazardous materials and how to respond if or when they do occur. Prompt and proper action can mean the difference between an emergency and a disaster. 25
HAZWOPER Refresher Training – Module 11 – Site Control (US) This is Part 11 of a 13-part series of modules on HAZWOPER designed to provide the annual refresher training as required by OSHA for all employees affected by this regulation. Part 11 covers site control. If uncontrolled, a spill or release of hazardous waste could spread rapidly, leading to contamination on a large scale. For this reason, site control is required on a hazardous waste site. Site control helps limit the spread of contamination in the event of a spill or release of a hazardous substance and is a critical component of the HAZWOPER standard. The site control program is designed to reduce the spread of hazardous substances from contaminated areas to clean areas, to identify and isolate contaminated areas of the site, to facilitate emergency evacuation and medical care, to prevent unauthorized entry to the site, and to deter vandalism and theft. This module examines the elements of a site control program and how they can be implemented. 17
HAZWOPER Refresher Training – Module 12 – Decontamination (US) This is Part 12 of a 13-part series of modules on HAZWOPER designed to provide the annual refresher training as required by OSHA for all employees affected by this regulation. Part 12 covers decontamination, an important set of procedures designed to protect the environment, emergency responders, and other people from exposures or contamination resulting from a hazardous materials incident. This module presents the basics of decontamination to prevent the spread of hazardous materials to people and the environment. 17
HAZWOPER Refresher Training – Module 13 – Emergency Response (US) This is Part 13 of a 13-part series of modules on HAZWOPER designed to provide the annual refresher training as required by OSHA for all employees affected by this regulation. This final module of our HAZWOPER training deals with emergency response. Emergency incidents are actual or potential spills or releases of hazardous materials into the environment. Because the possibility of damage to people, property and the environment is so serious, prompt and proper emergency response is critical. Training in safe emergency response practices will reduce the chances of harm to people or property. All organizations must plan for emergencies. Depending on operations, formal HAZWOPER emergency response planning may be required and that is covered in this module. 21
HAZWOPER Refresher Training – Module 2 – Environmental Issues for HAZWOPER (US) Hazardous waste operations and emergency response need to be conducted in an environmentally responsible manner and in compliance with all applicable environmental laws and regulations. This is Part Two of a 13-part series of modules on HAZWOPER designed to provide the annual refresher training as required by OSHA for all employees affected by this regulation. Part Two covers operations that are regulated by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and reviews environmentally responsible ways of dealing with industrial waste to prevent pollution from hazardous waste. 25
HAZWOPER Refresher Training – Module 3 – Hazard Communication: Your Right to Know (US) This is Part Three of a 13-part series of modules on HAZWOPER designed to provide the annual refresher training as required by OSHA for all employees affected by this regulation. Part Three covers Hazard Communication (HazCom), which provides workers with the information they need to know in order to understand the hazards and identities of the chemicals they may be exposed to when working. 27
HAZWOPER Refresher Training – Module 4 – Hazard and Risk Assessment Techniques (US) This is Part Four of a 13-part series of modules on HAZWOPER designed to provide the annual refresher training as required by OSHA for all employees affected by this regulation. Part Four covers hazard and risk assessment. Individuals involved in hazardous waste operations and emergency response need to know and understand what hazards they may encounter in their work environment. They must be trained to identify hazards so that they can first assess them, and then take steps to control them whenever possible. This module examines the different types of hazards, their properties, and systems available for identifying them. It also discusses risk and how to assess the scene of an emergency involving hazardous waste. 37
HAZWOPER Refresher Training – Module 5 – Toxicology (US) This is Part Five of a 13-part series of modules on HAZWOPER designed to provide the annual refresher training as required by OSHA for all employees affected by this regulation. Part Five covers toxicology. Everyone is exposed on and off the job to a variety of chemical substances. Most are not hazardous under ordinary circumstances, but they all have the potential to cause injury at some concentration. How a material is used is the major factor for determining its hazard potential. The module provides an overview of toxicology to help trainees understand the potential effects of the hazardous substances they work with. 28
HAZWOPER Refresher Training – Module 6 – Monitoring and Medical Surveillance (US) This is Part Six of a 13-part series of modules on HAZWOPER designed to provide the annual refresher training as required by OSHA for all employees affected by this regulation. Part Six covers monitoring and medical surveillance. Monitoring helps to determine what protection is needed before exposure to hazardous materials. Medical surveillance allows for the early detection of diseases or conditions caused by exposure to hazardous materials so treatment can be given to prevent further illness. 30
HAZWOPER Refresher Training – Module 7 – Respiratory Protection (US) This is Part Seven of a 13-part series of modules on HAZWOPER designed to provide the annual refresher training as required by OSHA for all employees affected by this regulation. Part Seven covers respiratory protection. Respirators provide vital protection against chemicals and oxygen-deficient atmospheres. For this reason it is critical to know how to select and use the appropriate respirator for the job. All respirators are not created equal: not all of them will provide protection in atmospheres with low oxygen or certain other atmospheric hazards. In this module, those with a role in hazardous waste operations and emergency response will learn how to protect themselves from the breathing hazards they may face. 17
HAZWOPER Refresher Training – Module 8 – Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) (US) This is Part Eight of a 13-part series of modules on HAZWOPER designed to provide the annual refresher training as required by OSHA for all employees affected by this regulation. Part Eight covers PPE, personal protective equipment, your last line of defense against hazardous materials in your work environment. Although PPE cannot provide protection from all exposure, when properly selected and worn it can prevent unnecessary harmful exposures. For this reason it is critical to select the appropriate protective equipment for the job. 13
HAZWOPER Refresher Training – Module 9 – Confined Spaces (US) This is Part Nine of a 13-part series of modules on HAZWOPER designed to provide the annual refresher training as required by OSHA for all employees affected by this regulation. Part Nine covers confined spaces. Many work environments contain spaces that are considered confined because their shape and size make conditions difficult for employees who must enter, work in, and exit them. There are many instances where employees who work in confined spaces face increased risk of exposure to serious hazards that could result in serious injury or death. For this reason, special procedures must be followed when working in confined spaces and they are reviewed in this module. 25
Health Hazards in Construction: Asbestos Awareness Asbestos can cause serious illness and affect the health of a worker in the long term. This course is designed to provide an awareness of the potential dangers of asbestos and how to control them. Ideal learners are all construction employees. 6
Health Hazards in Construction: Crystalline Silica Awareness Crystalline silica is present in the sand, stone, concrete, brick and mortar that construction workers may be around every day. It can cause serious illness and affect the health of a worker in the long term. This course was designed to provide an awareness of the potential dangers of silica and how to control them. Ideal learners are all construction employees. 6
Health Hazards in Construction: Introduction Workers in the construction industry face a number of health and safety hazards in their worksites every day, including exposure to materials that can cause serious illness and affect the health of a worker in the long term. This course was designed to provide an awareness of the potential dangers of some common materials to which construction workers may be exposed. Ideal learners are all construction employees. 3
Health Hazards in Construction: Lead Awareness Lead can cause serious illness and affect the health of a worker in the long term. This course was designed to provide an awareness of the potential dangers of lead and how to control them. Ideal learners are all construction employees. 7
Health Hazards in Construction: Special Concerns Workers in the construction industry face health and safety hazards in their worksites every day, including exposure to wood dust, solvents and welding or cutting operations. These exposures can cause serious long-term health effects. This course was designed to provide awareness of the potential dangers and how to control them. Ideal learners are all construction employees. 7
Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) Overview (US) Think about the last time you heard news about an information security breach. Chances are that you heard about company embarrassment, outraged consumers and even legal actions and fines. No one wants private information released to people who could misuse or abuse it! That is why the government enacted the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act, or HIPAA. This course will provide you with important information about what HIPAA is, how it applies to your job and what happens when there is an information breach. The course is intended for general industry employees. 23
Hearing Conservation Did you know that most noise-related hearing loss is completely preventable? In this course you will learn about the noise risks in your workplace and what you need to do to protect your hearing. Ideal learners include all employees who work with noisy tools or equipment or in loud environments. 20
Hearing Conservation (US) Did you know that most noise-related hearing loss is completely preventable? In this course, you will learn about the noise risks in your workplace and what you need to do to protect your hearing. Ideal learners include all employees who work with noisy tools or equipment or in loud environments. 20
Hearing Conservation Awareness Did you know that most noise-related hearing loss is completely preventable? In this course you will learn about the noise risks in your workplace and what you need to do to protect your hearing. Ideal learners include all employees who work with noisy tools or equipment or in loud environments. 11
Heat Stress It is easy to forget the danger that heat poses to the body, from sunburn and heat rash to heat stroke and death. Whether you work outside on hot days or in a foundry, mine, bakery or any other hot or humid environment, the key to preventing excessive heat stress is knowing the hazards of working in heat and the benefits of implementing proper controls and work practices. You will learn about all of these in this training. Ideal learners include all employees, managers and supervisors. 19
Heat Stress Awareness It is easy to forget the danger that heat poses to the body, from sunburn and dehydration to heat stroke and death. Whether you work outside on hot days or in a foundry, mine, bakery, or any other hot or humid environment, the key to preventing excessive heat stress is knowing the hazards of working in heat and the benefits of implementing proper controls and work practices. You will learn about all of these in this training. Ideal learners include all employees. 13
Hexavalent Chromium This course will inform learners about the risks associated with hexavalent chromium as well as steps they can take to protect themselves. Ideal learners are all employees. 15
Hexavalent Chromium (US) This course will inform learners about the risks associated with hexavalent chromium as well as steps they can take to protect themselves. 15
Hot Work Many destructive fires are caused by hot work, or cutting, welding and other work that generates heat and sparks. When you follow them properly, various recommendations for hot work can help ensure that you and your co-workers stay safe. This course covers hazards, safety precautions, responsibilities and emergency procedures associated with this dangerous work. Ideal learners are all employees. 24
Hot Work (US) Many destructive fires are caused by hot work or the cutting, welding and other work that generates heat and sparks. Various regulations and codes cover hot work and, when followed properly, help ensure you and your co-workers stay safe. This course covers hazards, safety precautions, responsibilities and emergency procedures associated with this dangerous work. Ideal learners include all employees. 30
Hot Work Awareness Many destructive fires are caused by hot work, which is cutting, welding and other work that generates heat and sparks. Various best practices, company policies, regulations and codes govern hot work and, when followed properly, help ensure you and your co-workers stay safe. This course covers hazards, safety precautions, responsibilities and emergency procedures associated with this dangerous but necessary work. Ideal learners include all employees who perform, supervise or work near hot work. 11
Hot Work for Construction Many destructive fires are caused by hot work, which is cutting, welding and other work that generates heat and sparks. Various best practices, company policies, regulations and codes govern hot work and, when followed properly, help ensure you and your co-workers stay safe. This course covers hazards, safety precautions, responsibilities and emergency procedures associated with this dangerous but necessary work. Ideal learners include all construction employees who perform, supervise or work near hot work. 16
Housekeeping Awareness Good housekeeping makes your job easier, more efficient and, most importantly, safer. This training provides key information to eliminating and controlling clutter, chemicals and other hazards when practicing good housekeeping on the job. This training is ideal for all learners. 17
Housekeeping on the Job Good housekeeping makes your job easier, more efficient and, most importantly, safer. This training provides key information to eliminating and controlling clutter, chemicals and other hazards when practicing good housekeeping on the job. 31
Hydraulic Safety (US) Hydraulic systems are extraordinarily powerful. They can lift and crush cars, houses and giant boulders. That kind of force requires strict safety measures to keep people working on or near hydraulic systems safe. Take this course so that you will be aware of the hazards, how to prevent accidents and how to protect yourself. Ideal learners are employees who work on or around hydraulic equipment. Note that while this course may be used as part of an overall training plan for qualified employees who build, dismantle, maintain and repair hydraulic systems, these audiences need additional in-depth and machine-specific training that is beyond the scope of this general awareness course. 19
Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Awareness You notice the faint smell of rotten eggs and see a co-worker collapse. Do you know what could be happening? How will you get help for your co-worker and avoid becoming another victim? In this course, you will get the answers to these questions. You will learn about the characteristics and dangers of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) and what to do if you suspect it is present. This training is ideal for workers in general industry, manufacturing and construction. 9
Hydrogen Sulfide Safety Part 1 (US) Part 1 of this two-part course describes hydrogen sulfide (known as H2S) and emphasizes the critical rules of H2S safety. Any worker who has the potential to be exposed to H2S at or above the exposure limit must receive this training prior to working in that environment and on an annual basis thereafter. 21
Hydrogen Sulfide Safety Part 2 (US) Part 2 of this two-part course identifies how you can detect, monitor and protect yourself from hydrogen sulfide (H2S). This course also addresses H2S contingency and emergency response plans. 18
Incident Investigation Have you ever heard the old expression that the definition of insanity is doing the same thing over and over and expecting different results? We can apply that expression to safety in the case of companies that keep doing the same things over and over but somehow expect that their workplaces will somehow become safer. The bottom line is that we have to look at what we are doing and figure out how we can improve. That is why we have incident investigation and causal analysis! This course will explain how you can turn safety incidents into opportunities for continuous improvement. You will learn about how to gather information, find underlying causes and take corrective actions. This course is intended for all industries and construction employees, including managers 26
Incident Investigation Awareness We have to look at what we are doing and figure out how we can improve. That is why we have incident investigation and causal analysis! This course will explain how you can turn safety incidents into opportunities. You will learn about how to gather information, find underlying causes and take corrective actions. This course is intended for all industries and employees, including managers. 15
Industrial Ergonomics Jobs in an industrial environment can be physically demanding. Preventing work-related musculoskeletal problems rests on an ergonomically sound work environment, good work practices and employee awareness. This course will introduce common risk factors and methods to prevent musculoskeletal injury. Ideal learners include all industrial employees. 24
Industrial Ergonomics Awareness Jobs in an industrial environment can be physically demanding. Preventing work-related musculoskeletal problems depends on an ergonomically sound work environment, good work practices and employee awareness. This course will introduce common risk factors and methods to prevent musculoskeletal injury. Ideal learners include all industrial employees. 12
Industrial Ergonomics for California (US) Jobs in an industrial environment can be physically demanding. Preventing work-related musculoskeletal problems rests on an ergonomically sound work environment, good work practices and employee awareness. This course will introduce common risk factors and methods to prevent musculoskeletal injury. Ideal learners include all industrial employees. 26
Industrial Ergonomics for Canada Jobs in an industrial environment can be physically demanding. Preventing work-related musculoskeletal problems rests on an ergonomically sound work environment, good work practices and employee awareness. This course will introduce common risk factors and methods to prevent musculoskeletal injury. Ideal learners include all industrial employees. 26
Infection Control – Handwashing This course provides learners with basic information about handwashing as it relates to infection control principles. This course is intended for all healthcare workers. 7
Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) Many employers have written Injury and Illness Prevention Programs (IIPPs or I2P2s) to help protect their workers from health and safety hazards on the job. This training describes IIPP program elements so employees know where to go with questions, concerns and ideas about safety and health issues. Ideal learners are all employees. 18
Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) (US) Many employers have written Injury and Illness Prevention Programs (IIPPs or I2P2s) to help protect their workers from health and safety hazards on the job, thanks to Cal/OSHA and the California Occupational Safety and Health Act. This training describes IIPP program elements so employees know where to go with questions, concerns and ideas about safety and health issues. Many states have requirements or voluntary guidelines for workplace injury and illness prevention programs. While this training course is based on Cal/OSHA requirements, many of the guidelines and best practices apply to other state programs. Ideal learners are all employees. 24
Inspections and Observations If you saw an unsafe condition at work, would you know what to do? If you were performing a safety inspection, would you know how to make the most of your time? In this course, you will learn how you can use inspections and observations to promote safety in your workplace. Ideal learners include managers, supervisors, safety committee members. 27
Integrated Systems – Achieving Organizational Excellence How can you integrate compliance, risk management, leadership and culture systems to make your workplace safe? Take this course to find out how and what benefits you will see as a result! Ideal learners include managers, supervisors, safety committee members. 18
Introduction to Industrial Hygiene (US) Industrial hygiene is a science that benefits everyone. It helps employers and industrial hygienists anticipate, recognize, evaluate and control environmental and physical hazards, which can affect the health and well-being of workers and community members. 28
Introduction to OSHA (US) After the Occupational Safety and Health Act was passed in 1970, OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) was established to help make our workplaces safer. This course examines the role of OSHA in promoting the health and safety of American workers as well as the rights and responsibilities of the employer and the employee. 54
Ionizing Radiation Although radiation offers many benefits, exposure to it can also threaten our health and the quality of our environment. We cannot eliminate radiation, but this training shows how we can reduce our risk by controlling our exposure to it. Ideal learners include for workers whose job duties require them to work or spend time in any portion of an area where harmful radiation may be present. 27
Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) What if you could eliminate or minimize risks before an incident occurs? You can. In fact, a job hazard analysis provides a systematic way to identify potential hazards for a task so you can take measures to remove or control the risks. There are also additional benefits to conducting a job hazard analysis, which you will learn about in this course. 23
Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) Awareness What if you could eliminate or minimize risks before an incident occurs? You can. In fact, a job hazard analysis provides a systematic way to identify potential hazards for a task so you can take measures to remove or control the risks. There are also additional benefits to conducting a job hazard analysis, which you will learn about in this course. Target includes all construction and manufacturing workers. 15
Lab Safety A laboratory safety program depends on participation and cooperation from every employee. This course describes common hazards associated with laboratory environments and introduces ways to control and limit chemical exposure. Ideal learners are any employees who work in a laboratory environment. 21
Lab Safety Awareness A laboratory safety program depends on participation and cooperation from every employee. This course describes common hazards associated with laboratory environments and introduces ways to control and limit chemical exposure. Ideal learners are any employee who works in a laboratory environment. 9
Laboratory Biosafety Part 1: Understanding Risk (US) Do you know how exposure to potentially infectious materials can occur in your laboratory? Take this course to find out. You will learn about common biosafety hazard classification systems and the steps used to assess and manage the risks associated with potentially infectious biological materials. This course is ideal for anyone who works in a laboratory setting. 17
Laboratory Biosafety Part 2: Controlling Risk (US) Laboratory biosafety incidents are often preventable. Take this course to learn about the engineering and work practice controls you should follow, the appropriate personal protective equipment to wear in lab settings, and what to do in the event of a spill or other emergency. This course is ideal for anyone who works in a laboratory setting. 27
Ladder Safety Obviously, falling off a ladder can injure you. But did you know that falling just 4 feet (or 1 meter) can actually kill you? If there is ever a chance you will use a ladder at work, you need to use it safely. This program covers the consequences of unsafe ladder use, the types of ladders and how to use each type, and ladder safety, inspection and storage. Ideal learners include all employees who use ladders. 28
Ladder Safety Awareness Obviously, falling off a ladder can injure you. But did you know that falling just 4 feet (or 1 meter) can actually kill you? If there is ever a chance you will use a ladder at work, you need to use it safely. This program covers the types of ladders as well as guidelines for proper ladder safety and inspection. Ideal learners include all employees who use ladders. 12
Ladder Safety for Construction: Selection and Inspection Can you imagine what would happen if you were on a metal ladder and it touched a live wire? You could be electrocuted! What if a tall ladder was not secured properly while you were climbing it? You could fall! Different types of ladders have different uses and safety practices. Take this course to learn how to select and inspect ladders so that you can work safely. This course is ideal for all construction workers. 9
Ladder Safety for Construction: Setup and Use Workers use ladders so frequently on construction sites that they often forget or underestimate how dangerous they can be. Take this course to review how to safely set up and use ladders. This course is ideal for anyone who works in construction. 12
Laser Safety Awareness Lasers can present a variety of potentially serious hazards, including hazardous biological or chemical fumes given off by materials being lased and injury to the eyes and the skin from laser radiation. Lethal electrical and fire hazards can also be present with high-powered lasers. This course outlines the hazards that lasers present as well as how to work safely with and around them. 14
Latex Allergy Awareness Many workers routinely use latex products in their everyday work. Even people who have never had a reaction before could begin to develop symptoms. By reducing your exposure to latex and detecting latex allergy symptoms early, you can prevent long-term health effects. Take this course to learn what natural rubber latex is, where you may find it and how to recognize reactions to it. This course is ideal for all learners. 8
Lead Poisoning (US) Exposure to lead can cause serious health effects, so it is important that you understand what the effects are and how you can avoid them as well as the responsibility your employer has to notify you of potential lead exposure. By taking this training, you will gain the knowledge you need to protect yourself from lead poisoning. 31
Line Breaking (US) Line breaking is an extremely hazardous task that can cause chemical exposure and injuries due to the extreme pressure in lines. It is important that you know what safety guidelines you can follow to minimize your risk. Take this course to learn more! Ideal learners are any employees in an industrial work environment who manage, use or process chemicals, particularly those with hazardous chemical operations. 17
Lithium-Ion Battery Awareness Lithium-ion batteries, like the ones that power your portable electronics, are finding favor over traditional lead-acid batteries. These batteries offer many advantages but pose huge risks if not handled correctly. Take this course to make yourself aware of how to safely use lithium-ion batteries on and off the job. This course is ideal for everyone and all industries. 14
Load Securement and Distribution (US) The North American Cargo Standard forms the basis for the cargo securement and distribution regulations in the United States and Canada. The regulations are designed to ensure cargo stays in place, keeping drivers and other motorists safe. This training details the securement regulations for most types of cargo. 41
Load Securement for Heavy Equipment (US) The North American Cargo Securement Standard forms the basis for the cargo securement and distribution regulations in the United States and Canada. The regulations are designed to ensure cargo stays in place, keeping drivers and other motorists safe. This training covers the regulations and best practices for loading, securing and unloading heavy equipment. 25
Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) Would you stick your hand into a machine and hope no one turns it on? You can guarantee the machine stays off by locking and tagging it out. Failure to lock out machinery before servicing it is a major cause of injury and death. These deaths and injuries can be prevented by establishing and following an effective lockout/tagout program. Ideal learners are all employees. 32
Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) (US) Would you stick your hand into a machine and hope no one turns it on? You can guarantee the machine stays off by locking and tagging it out. Failure to lock out machinery before servicing it is a major cause of injury and death. These deaths and injuries can be prevented by establishing and following an effective lockout and tagout program. Ideal learners include all employees. 32
Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) Awareness Energy powers machines and industrial systems. Lockout/tagout procedures neutralize hazardous energy and prevent equipment startup during servicing, maintenance and installation activities. Take this course to learn how lockout/tagout helps ensure workplace safety. Ideal learners are personnel working where lockout/tagout occurs. Those who work under lockout protections also benefit from refresher information provided in this course. 10
Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) Awareness Energy powers machines and industrial systems. Lockout/tagout procedures neutralize hazardous energy and prevent equipment startup during servicing, maintenance and installation activities. Take this course to learn how lockout/tagout helps ensure workplace safety. Ideal learners are personnel working where lockout/tagout occurs. Those who work under lockout protections also benefit from refresher information provided in this course. 11
Logging & Chainsaw Safety (US) Logging is one of the most hazardous industries in the U.S. Medical costs for chainsaw injuries amount to about $350 million per year in the U.S and every year, a number of loggers are fatally injured on the job. This course addresses the hazards of logging with chainsaws and safety precautions workers need to take to reduce their risk of injury on the job. 29
Low-Speed and Utility Vehicle Safety When it comes to utility vehicles, such as golf carts, low speed doesn't mean low risk. Take this course to learn about the unique hazards you should consider before getting behind the wheel and learn how you can safely operate low-speed and utility vehicles. This course is ideal for anyone who operates or rides in low-speed and utility vehicles. 11
Machine Guarding Cutting. Shearing. Rotation. Pinch points. All of these threaten your fingers and hands. Machine guards are designed to protect you from the hazards of moving machinery parts. This training describes common hazards associated with moving machinery parts and the requirements and safeguards that should be used to minimize your risk of injury. Ideal learners are those who work with machinery. 18
Machine Guarding Awareness Cutting. Shearing. Rotation. Pinch points. All of these threaten your fingers and hands. Machine guards are designed to protect you from the hazards of moving machinery parts. This training describes common hazards associated with moving machinery parts and the requirements and safeguards that should be used to minimize your risk of injury. Ideal learners are those who work with machinery. 13
Materials Handling and Storage By taking proper precautions when handling materials, you can prevent accidents ranging from small splinters, cuts or scrapes, to crushed fingers, hands and feet and even death. Take this course to learn about methods and equipment you can use to handle materials safely. You will also learn about basic ergonomic safety and health principles. This course is ideal for all employees. 17
Materials Handling and Storage Awareness There are hundreds of thousands of materials handling accidents every year, ranging from small splinters, cuts or scrapes, to crushed fingers, hands and feet and even deaths. Through proper precautions, you can help prevent these incidents. Ideal learners are all employees. 9
Materials Handling Practices for Construction (US) Knowing how to use materials handling equipment properly and ergonomically can help you avoid injuries. In this course, you will learn about types of equipment and associated safe practices. You will also learn safety and health principles that you can apply to your work. This course is ideal for all employees in the construction industry. 9
MDROs: MRSA This course provides learners with an in-depth overview of MDRO and MRSA development, risk factors and prevention techniques. This course is intended for a broad spectrum of healthcare workers. 12
Mercury Exposure (US) This course provides learners with a basic understanding of the health hazards associated with mercury exposure as well as prevention and post-spill procedures. This course is intended for a broad spectrum of healthcare workers. 9
Microlearning: Ignoring Lockout/Tagout Locks and tags are in place to protect you from electrical shocks and electrocution. What happens if you ignore the lockout/tagout process your company uses? Take this training to find out. 2
Office Ergonomics We have all felt aches and pains from bad posture, repetitive work, and sitting or standing in one position for extended periods. Working in an office can take a toll on your muscles, but proper ergonomics can make you more comfortable and efficient. The goal of this course is to assist you in evaluating and modifying your office work environment to reduce ergonomic risk. Ideal learners include office workers. 26
Office Ergonomics Awareness We have all felt aches and pains from bad posture, repetitive work, and sitting or standing in one position for extended periods. Working in an office can take a toll on your muscles, but proper ergonomics can make you more comfortable and efficient. The goal of this course is to assist you in evaluating and modifying your office work environment to reduce ergonomic risk. Ideal learners include office workers. 13
Office Ergonomics for California (US) We have all felt aches and pains from bad posture, repetitive work, and sitting or standing in one position for extended periods. Working in an office can take a toll on your muscles, but proper ergonomics can make you more comfortable and efficient. The goal of this course is to assist you in evaluating and modifying your office work environment to reduce ergonomic risk. Ideal learners are office workers or anyone who works at a desk. 28
Office Ergonomics for Canada We have all felt it, aches and pains from bad posture, repetitive work, and sitting or standing in one position for extended periods. Working in an office can take a toll on your muscles, but proper ergonomics can make you more comfortable and efficient. The goal of this course is to assist you in evaluating and modifying your office work environment to reduce ergonomic risk. Ideal learners and all office workers. 30
Office Safety Although accidents involving office personnel generally occur less frequently than mishaps to industrial workers, they do still occur and can result in serious injuries and even death. Office safety is the responsibility of everyone. You must understand what you can do to stay safe on the job, and you need to be aware of how to correct unsafe conditions. This course provides the information you need to work safer in your office environment. Ideal learners include office workers. 27
Office Safety (US) Although accidents involving office personnel generally occur less frequently than mishaps to industrial workers, they do still occur and can result in serious injuries and even death. Everyone is responsible for office safety. You must understand what you can do to stay safe on the job, and you need to be aware of how to correct unsafe conditions. This course provides the information you need to work safer in your office environment. Ideal learners are all office workers. 23
Office Safety Awareness Although accidents involving office personnel generally occur less frequently than mishaps to industrial workers, they do still occur and can result in serious injuries and even death. Everyone is responsible for office safety. This awareness course provides information you need to work safer in your office environment. Ideal learners are all office workers. 13
Office Safety Awareness Although accidents involving office personnel generally occur less frequently than mishaps to industrial workers, they do still occur and can result in serious injuries and even death. Everyone is responsible for office safety. This awareness course provides information you need to work safer in your office environment. Ideal learners are all office workers. 14
Order Picker Safety Order pickers can make your job easier, but they also present unique hazards. Take this course to learn about the features of order pickers, how to prepare to safely use them, and what you can do to prevent accidents that could injure people or damage property. This course is ideal for learners who use or supervise people who use order pickers. 11
OSHA 300 Recordkeeping Requirements (US) OSHA has a set of rules for recordkeeping. 29 CFR 1904 requires employers to record certain work-related injuries and illnesses. The rules also require that employers notify OSHA of severe incidents, such as fatalities. This training summarizes the key provisions of this rule, including explanations of OSHA forms 300, 301 and 300A. Ideal learners are managers and employers. 28
OSHA Inspections for Construction and Multi-Employer Worksites (US) OSHA is tasked with keeping American workers safe, and for that reason OSHA conducts workplace inspections. Employers and their employees need to be prepared. This training provides an overview of the OSHA inspection process for construction and multi-employer worksites. Ideal learners are all employees. 46
Overhead and Gantry Crane Safety Anyone who works with cranes knows not to underestimate the daily risk of collapse, electrical accidents, falls and other serious incidents. The power that makes overhead, gantry and similar cranes so useful also makes them dangerous. By properly maintaining and operating the cranes with which you work, you can protect yourself and your co-workers. Ideal learners are crane operators and their supervisors. 25
Overhead and Gantry Crane Safety Awareness Anyone who works with cranes knows not to underestimate the daily risk of collapse, electrical accidents, falls and other serious incidents. The power that makes overhead, gantry and similar cranes so useful also makes them dangerous. By properly operating the cranes with which you work, you can protect yourself and your co-workers. Ideal learners are crane operators. 12
Pallet Truck Safety Operating a pallet truck is different than operating a forklift or other industrial truck. Take this course to learn how you can help eliminate or reduce injuries and incidents associated with this equipment. This course will give you the basic information you need to inspect and safely operate pallet trucks in a variety of situations. Ideal learners are all employees who operate or supervise the operation of pallet trucks in industrial settings. 13
Pandemic Awareness When an outbreak or pandemic is in the news, there is no need to panic. There are specific things you can do to protect yourself and those around you from infection. Take this course to learn about what to look for and what to do during outbreaks and pandemics. This course is ideal for all learners. 16
Performing Safety Inspections Safety inspections help employers identify unsafe work conditions and practices, eliminate any barriers to safe, efficient production, recognize and share safer, more efficient ways to get the job done, demonstrate their commitment to employee safety, raise safety awareness, meet regulatory requirements and avoid liability and prevent injuries and incidents. This training focuses on the general techniques and approaches that can be used to conduct efficient and effective safety inspections. 28
Personal Factors in Safety How do we make safe decisions? Knowledge alone is not enough. Take this course to learn about factors that influence the actions we decide to take and how you can improve personal factors in safety. Ideal learners include all employees. 14
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Awareness Workplaces are designed to be relatively free from hazards. Hazards that cannot be eliminated are guarded to keep workers away. Workers wear their own form of guarding, or personal protective equipment (PPE), as a final layer of protection against workplace hazards. This course is ideal for all workers who use PPE. 13
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Awareness Workplaces are designed to be relatively free from hazards. Hazards that cannot be eliminated are guarded to keep workers away. Workers wear their own form of guarding, or personal protective equipment (PPE), as a final layer of protection against workplace hazards. This course is ideal for all workers who use PPE. 13
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Overview Workplaces can be very dangerous and unpredictable places with loud noises, falling objects, flying sparks, toxic chemicals, whirling blades and belts, you name it. So what is one way to keep yourself safe? By wearing personal protective equipment, commonly known as PPE, you can protect yourself against hazards and reduce your chances of getting hurt or even killed. 32
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Overview (US) Workplaces can be very dangerous and unpredictable places with loud noises, falling objects, flying sparks, toxic chemicals, whirling blades and belts, you name it. So what is one way to keep yourself safe? By wearing personal protective equipment, commonly known as PPE, you can protect yourself against hazards and reduce your chances of getting hurt or even killed. 33
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Overview for Construction (US) Worksites can be very dangerous and unpredictable places with loud noises, falling objects, flying sparks, toxic chemicals, whirling blades and belts, and more. So what is one way to keep yourself safe? By wearing personal protective equipment, commonly known as PPE, you can protect yourself against hazards and reduce your chances of getting hurt or even killed. Ideal learners are construction workers. 32
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Overview for Construction: Protective Characteristics (US) Worksites can be very dangerous and unpredictable places with loud noises, falling objects, flying sparks, toxic chemicals, whirling blades and belts, and more. So what is one way to keep yourself safe? By wearing personal protective equipment, commonly known as PPE, you can protect yourselfagainst hazards and reduce your chances of getting hurt or even killed. Ideal learners are construction workers. 17
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Overview for Construction: Using and Maintaining PPE (US) Worksites can be very dangerous and unpredictable places with loud noises, falling objects, flying sparks, toxic chemicals, whirling blades and belts, and more. So what is one way to keep yourself safe? By wearing personal protective equipment, commonly known as PPE, you can protect yourselfagainst hazards and reduce your chances of getting hurt or even killed. Ideal learners are construction workers. 10
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Part 1 – Introduction (US) This course introduces the 10-part training suite on personal protective equipment (PPE). In this introduction, you will learn about PPE standards outlined by OSHA and how employers determine PPE requirements. 9
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Part 10 – Levels of Protection and Protective Gear (US) When faced with hazards, you must select the appropriate level of protection based on the severity of the hazard. This course examines personal protective equipment (PPE) selection factors and levels of protection. 11
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Part 2 – Head Protection (US) Head injuries can turn fatal. Therefore, it is important to be aware of potential hazards and always wear the proper head protection. This course presents head protection basics guiding you on selecting the right class of protection. 8
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Part 3 – Eye and Face Protection (US) You increase your risk of eye and face injuries when you do not wear personal protective equipment (PPE) or select the right kind of protection for the hazard. Learn how to select hazard-specific eye and face protection in this course. 10
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Part 4 – Hand and Arm Protection (US) When engineering, work practice or administrative controls do not eliminate hand and arm hazards, you must wear the appropriate type of protection. This portion of the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) training suite helps you guard against hand and arm injuries. 9
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Part 5 – Body Protection (US) Body protection is available to protect you against specific hazards. Learn more about hazard-specific body protection in this portion of the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) training suite. 6
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Part 6 – Foot and Leg Protection (US) How would your job change if you had a foot injury? Does it not make sense to wear foot protection when you need it? This course examines types of foot and leg protection. 10
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Part 7 – Hearing Conservation (US) Protection against excessive noise exposure is the only way to avoid permanent hearing damage. In this course, you will learn about types of hearing protection as well as how to select, wear and maintain hearing protection. 8
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Part 8 – Respiratory Protection (US) Hazardous materials can enter your body by ingestion, absorption or inhalation. Proper respirator usage can protect you from inhalation hazards. Learn more about respiratory protection in this portion of the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) training suite. 9
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Part 9 – Electrical Protective Devices (US) When working around electricity you always follow proper safety precautions and choose the right tools for the job. This includes wearing the right type of personal protective equipment (PPE). This portion of the PPE training suite explores the types of electrical protective devices as well as their classes and ratings. 11
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Part Eight Hazardous materials can enter your body by ingestion, absorption or inhalation. Proper respirator usage can protect you from inhalation hazards. Learn more about respiratory protection in this portion of the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) training suite. 10
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Part Five Body protection is available to protect you against specific hazards. Learn more about hazard-specific body protection in this portion of the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) training suite. 7
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Part Four When engineering, work practice or administrative controls do not eliminate hand and arm hazards, you must wear the appropriate type of protection. This portion of the Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) training suite helps you guard against hand and arm injuries. 10
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Part Nine When working around electricity, always follow proper safety precautions and choose the right tools for the job. This includes wearing the right type of personal protective equipment (PPE). This portion of the PPE training suite explores the types of electrical protective devices as well as their classes and ratings. 8
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Part One This course introduces the 10-part training suite on personal protective equipment (PPE). In this introduction, you will learn about PPE and how employers determine PPE requirements. Ideal learners are all employees. 7
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Part Seven Protection against excessive noise exposure is the only way to avoid permanent hearing damage. In this course, you will learn about types of hearing protection as well as how to select, wear and maintain hearing protection. Ideal learners are all employees. 8
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Part Six How would your job change if you had a foot injury? Does it not make sense to wear foot protection when you need it? This course examines types of foot and leg protection. 9
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Part Ten When faced with hazards, you must select the appropriate level of protection based on the severity of the hazard. This course examines personal protective equipment (PPE) selection factors and levels of protection. 13
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Part Three You increase your risk of eye and face injuries when you do not wear personal protective equipment (PPE) or select the right kind of protection for the potential hazards you may encounter at work. Learn how to select hazard-specific eye and face protection in this course. 10
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Part Two Head injuries can turn fatal. Therefore, it is important to be aware of potential hazards and always wear the proper head protection. This course presents head protection basics guiding you on selecting the right class of protection. Ideal learners are all employees. 8
Power Tool Safety for Construction Power tools can be dangerous. Fortunately, there are things you can do to make sure you use them in a safe way. Take this course to find out about both general and specific power tool hazards and precautions. This course is ideal for all construction workers. 11
Powered Industrial Trucks – Operators Overview Powered industrial trucks like forklifts, motorized pallet jacks, tuggers, tow motors and other powered equipment are used every day to lift and move equipment or materials. Because of the high risk of injury and even death while operating a powered industrial truck, some use and training recommendations have been developed to improve safety. Specifically, it is recommended that powered industrial truck operators receive comprehensive initial training, including facility specifics, a hands-on skill demonstration in the workplace and an evaluation. Employers are also encouraged to provide refresher training on powered industrial trucks under certain circumstances. 32
Powered Industrial Trucks Module 1 – Introduction to Powered Industrial Trucks Powered industrial trucks like forklifts, motorized pallet jacks, tuggers, tow motors and other powered equipment are used every day to lift and move equipment or materials. Every year, powered industrial trucks are involved in tens of thousands of accidents and injuries, some of which are fatal. If you are going to operate a powered industrial truck, you need to be trained and tested to make sure you know how to do it safely. Module 1 is an introduction to powered industrial trucks and their safe operation. Ideal learners are employees who operate powered industrial trucks. 19
Powered Industrial Trucks Module 2 – Pre-Operation Inspection and Maintenance Powered industrial trucks like forklifts, motorized pallet jacks, tuggers, tow motors and other powered equipment are used every day to lift and move equipment or materials. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, every year powered industrial trucks are involved in approximately 68,400 accidents, 34,000 injuries and 85 fatalities. Because of this high risk of injury and even death while operating a powered industrial truck, OSHA regulates their operation. This course covers OSHA-required information that needs to be communicated to operators during the classroom portion of their training. Module 2 covers pre-use inspections, maintenance and refueling/recharging. 20
Powered Industrial Trucks Module 3 – Stability and Handling Loads Powered industrial trucks like forklifts, motorized pallet jacks, tuggers, tow motors and other powered equipment are used every day to lift and move equipment or materials. Every year, powered industrial trucks are involved in tens of thousands of accidents and injuries, some of which are fatal. If you are going to operate a powered industrial truck, you need to be trained and tested to make sure you know how to do it safely. Module 3 covers stability and handling loads. 17
Pre-Job Briefings There are many risks associated with work, and many different safety precautions are required depending on what is being done, as well as where and by whom it is carried out. Pre-job briefings make sure workers know about current hazards, any changes that will affect how they work, and the safety precautions they need to take. This course covers how to conduct a pre-job briefing. Ideal learners are all employees. 6
Preparing Buildings for Occupancy Following a Prolonged Shutdown: HVAC This course describes the process for preparing buildings for occupants following a prolonged shutdown such as an environmental disaster, pandemic, or other catastrophic event. This course specifically looks at the heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) systems and explains what to evaluate in order to minimize the risk of any hazard exposure to occupants. After completing this course, learners will be able to recognize the steps to take to reduce the chances building ventilation systems cause problems upon the return of occupants after a prolonged closure. 5
Preparing Buildings for Occupancy Following a Prolonged Shutdown: Sanitation/Janitorial This course describes the process for preparing buildings for occupants following a prolonged shutdown such as an environmental disaster, pandemic, or other catastrophic event. This course specifically looks at the sanitation/janitorial processes and explains what to evaluate in order to prepare the building for occupancy. After completing this course, learners will be able to recognize how to evaluate a building’s sanitation/janitorial systems to prepare for occupancy following a prolonged shutdown. This course is part of a series on preparing buildings for occupancy following a prolonged shutdown. 7
Preparing Buildings for Occupancy Following a Prolonged Shutdown: Walk-Through of Buildings This course describes the process for preparing buildings for occupants following a prolonged shutdown such as an environmental disaster, pandemic, or other catastrophic event. This course specifically looks at the process of walking through a building to prepare it for occupancy. After completing this course, learners will be able to recognize how to perform a walk-through of a building to prepare it for occupancy. This course is part of a series on preparing buildings for occupancy following a prolonged shutdown. 4
Preparing Buildings for Occupancy Following a Prolonged Shutdown: Water Systems This course describes the process for preparing buildings for occupants following a prolonged shutdown such as an environmental disaster, pandemic, or other catastrophic event. This course specifically looks at the water systems and explains what to evaluate in order to prepare the building for occupancy. After completing this course, learners will be able to recognize how to prepare building water systems following a prolonged shutdown. 6
Preparing for Pandemic Influenza An influenza pandemic occurs when a virus starts spreading worldwide or across a large number of international borders. Pandemics can result in fatalities and major disruptions of society, but their effects can be mitigated. That is why companies, governments and citizens around the world are undertaking preparations to delay viral spread. 25
Pressure Vessel Safety (US) We use pressure vessels in a variety of residential and industrial applications. Yet we must respect the dangers associated with them. The release of stored or potential energy and hazardous materials can cause personal injury, loss of life and catastrophic property damage. In this course, you will explore how pressure vessels are categorized and regulated, what safety measures you can take to stay safe and prevent pressure vessel failures, and what to look for when visually inspecting pressure vessels. 22
Preventing and Addressing Electrical Violations (US) This course focuses on how to troubleshoot electrical hazard issues. It is intended for all employees and has particular value for electricians and safety managers. 25
Preventing Back Injury Life is hard when your back hurts. Back ailments are painful. They can be debilitating. And they may prevent you from working and enjoying activities outside of work. This course helps you understand how the back works and what you can do to prevent back injuries. Ideal learners include all employees. 21
Preventing Cuts and Puncture Wounds When someone gets a cut or suffers a puncture wound, precautions should be taken to prevent infection in order to help prevent serious or even life-threatening injuries. This course provides guidance on using machinery, knives and other sharp objects in a safe manner as well as treating cuts and puncture wounds. Ideal learners are all employees. 19
Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls At best, slipping and tripping is embarrassing. Often, it leads to strains and sprains. At worst, it causes serious injury or even death. Preventing slips, trips and falls is fairly inexpensive and easy, but often ignored in the daily routine of trying to get work done quickly and efficiently. This course defines slips, trips and falls and details how you can avoid them. Ideal learners include all employees. 13
Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls Awareness At best, slipping and tripping is embarrassing. Often, it leads to strains and sprains. At worst, it causes serious injury or even death. Preventing slips, trips and falls is easy, but often ignored in the daily routine of trying to get work done quickly and efficiently. This course defines slips, trips and falls and details how you can avoid them. Ideal learners include all employees. 10
Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls: Causes You can eliminate the causes of slips, trips and falls in your workplace. Take this course to learn how! This course is ideal for all employees. 5
Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls: Definitions and Precautions By knowing how slips, trips and falls occur, you can take appropriate actions to prevent them. Take this course to learn about hazards and precautions. This course is ideal for all employees. 5
Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls: In the Event of a Fall Are there right and wrong ways to fall down? The answer is yes. Take this course to learn how you can make the best of a bad situation and minimize your injuries. This course is ideal for all employees. 4
Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls: Keeping Work Areas Safe Slips, trips and falls can cause numerous, sometimes severe, injuries. Take this course to learn ways you can make your workplace safer to prevent these accidents. This course is ideal for all employees. 4
Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls: Using Equipment Correctly Using the wrong equipment, or using the right equipment in the wrong way, can cause you to slip, trip and fall. Take this course to learn how to make safe choices at work. This course is ideal for all employees. 4
Preventing Workplace Harassment – Employees (US) This program addresses a crucial issue in the workplace, respect. Respect is reflected in a broad range of behavior. The opposite, disrespectful behavior, encompasses behavior that includes racial and sexual harassment, and discrimination. The consequences of disrespectful behavior for employees and the company can be devastating. Everyone deserves a respectful workplace, and this program will help you be able to do your part in creating one. 30
Preventing Workplace Harassment – Managers (US) Victims of harassment have well-established rights under federal law and, in many cases, under state and local law, too. And as a Manager or Supervisor, you have an important responsibility to both prevent harassment from taking place and to address it whenever it occurs in your organization. In order to meet that responsibility, you need to know what harassment and discrimination are, what laws prohibit discrimination and harassment in the workplace, what you must do to prevent and act upon workplace harassment, and how the anti-discrimination policy of your organization helps you do this. That is what you are going to learn in this course. 36
Prevention and Control of TB Part 1 (US) This course provides learners with an overview of methods to prevent and control tuberculosis, or TB, in the healthcare environment. This course is intended for a broad range of workers in the healthcare industry and is appropriate for all job descriptions, including non-healthcare workers as well as hands-on caregivers. 12
Prevention and Control of TB Part 2 (US) This course provides learners with an in-depth overview of abatement methods for the control of tuberculosis (TB), including early identification, medical surveillance and case management. This course also includes information about employer recordkeeping requirements. This course is intended for a broad range of workers in the healthcare industry and is appropriate for all job descriptions, including non-healthcare workers as well as hands-on caregivers. 10
Process Safety Management (PSM) (US) When managing hazards associated with work processes using highly hazardous chemicals, Process Safety Management, or PSM, programs require active participation by both the employer and the employee to prevent harm from coming to hundreds and thousands of people. In this course, you will learn about proactive identification, evaluation and either prevention or mitigation of chemical releases that result from failures in processes, procedures or equipment. This course is ideal for supervisors, managers and other employees who are unfamiliar with the purpose and general requirements of PSM programs. 22
Process Safety Management: Compliance Audits (US) Process Safety Management (PSM) is a regulation that requires companies to comply with 14 elements to reduce the risk associated with highly hazardous chemicals in process facilities. Compliance auditing is one of the 14 elements and provides a way for companies to self-evaluate their implementation efforts. This course emphasizes the importance of performing a compliance audit to ensure they are meeting company standards. Topics in this course include: Compliance Audit, Elements, Preparation, and Conducting an Audit. After completing this course, learners will recognize what a compliance audit is, what PSM elements are included in a compliance audit, and what steps should be taken to perform an effective audit. 15
Process Safety Management: Contractors (US) The Process Safety Management (PSM) regulation requires host employers and contractors to work together to manage process safety. This course defines different types of contractors and reviews special safety requirements for employers at multi-employer work sites. Topics in this course include: Types of Employers, Host Employers, Contract Employers, Responsible Parties, and Working Together. After completing this course, learners will be able to identify the different types of employers on a multi-employer work site, recognize the responsibilities of host and contract employers, identify which party is responsible for safety, and identify how employers work together to protect their workers. 20
Process Safety Management: Incident Investigation (US) Companies that are subject to the Process Safety Management (PSM) regulations are required to investigate each incident that resulted in, or could have resulted in, a catastrophic release of highly hazardous chemicals in the workplace. This course illustrates the importance of investigating incidents and communicating incident reports internally to ensure that similar incidents do not occur in the future. Topics in this course include: Types of Incidents, Investigation Plan, Investigations, Collecting Data, Causes, Corrective Actions, and Incident Report. In this course, learners will learn about the different types of incidents that must be investigated, when incidents should be reported, how to prepare incident reports, how to uncover root causes, and how to establish an effective system to implement corrective actions. 24
Process Safety Management: Management of Change (US) Management of Change (MOC) is a program designed to identify, evaluate, and prevent chemical releases that could result from changes in processes, procedures, or equipment. This course discusses MOC requirements that are part of the Process Safety Management (PSM) regulations. Topics in this course include: Change, Purpose, MOC Procedure, Change Request Form, and Implementation. After completing this course, learners will be able to recognize how and when they must use an MOC procedure, identify the components of a successful MOC procedure, and identify how companies use implementation to make sure their MOC procedure is adequate. 15
Process Safety Management: Mechanical Integrity (US) Inadequate mechanical integrity caused by unsafe process equipment can cause catastrophic events in chemical processing facilities. This course illustrates the importance of a Mechanical Integrity Program (MIP) that companies are required to follow in compliance with Process Safety Management (PSM) regulations to help prevent catastrophic events. Topics in this course include: Mechanical Integrity Program, Preparation, Written Procedures, and Quality Assurance. After completing this course, learners will be able to recognize why a good MIP is important. They will also be able to identify the required elements of an MIP and recognize how to maintain the mechanical integrity of a process. 16
Process Safety Management: Operating Procedures (US) Operating procedures are written instructions employees follow to safely perform their jobs in process operations. This course discusses the operating procedure requirements that are part of the PSM regulations. Topics in this course include: Operating Procedures, Scope, Reviewing Procedures, New Procedures, and Proper Format. After completing this course, learners will be able to identify operating procedures, identify how operating procedures manage the risks and hazards associated with covered processes, and recognize how to develop operating procedures. 16
Process Safety Management: Overview (US) Unexpected releases of toxic, reactive, and flammable liquids and gases have caused great harm and numerous deaths. Such events underscore the need for better industry practices and safety management controls. This course introduces the structure of a process safety management (PSM) program for processes involving highly hazardous chemicals. Topics in this course include: Application of PSM, Elements of a PSM Program, and Employee Involvement. After completing this course, learners will be able to recognize the components of a PSM program, the companies and processes that fall under PSM regulations, and the importance of employee involvement in a PSM program. This is the first in a series of courses on process safety management. 13
Process Safety Management: Pre-Startup Safety Review (US) In many organizations today, companies have been cited for noncompliance with Process Safety Management violations. One of the most frequently cited is the lack of a Pre-Startup Safety Review (PSSR) when a new or modified system is introduced into a process. This course outlines the purpose of a startup, PSSR, and the process of arranging, planning and implementing PSSRs. Topics in this course include: Pre-Startup Safety Review (PSSR), Startup Types, and Performing a PSSR. After completing this course, learners will be able to define a PSSR, differentiate the two types of startups, and identify how companies perform PSSRs. 11
Process Safety Management: Process Hazard Analysis (US) Employers should perform appropriate Process Hazard Analysis (PHA) techniques in their workplace to ensure employee safety. This course describes Process Hazard Analysis techniques as part of the Process Safety Management (PSM) series. Topics in this course include: Controlling Process Hazards, Risk Assessment, PHA Methods, HAZOP Method, FMEA Method, FTA Method, PHA Reports, and Implementation. After completing this course, learners will be able to identify what a PHA is and recognize the different types of PHAs a company can perform. 45
Process Safety Management: Process Safety Information (US) In order to understand the hazards associated with a chemical process, documentation relating to the process must be gathered. This data provides the basis for developing process hazard analyses, preparing operating and maintenance procedures, training, performing incident investigations, and managing changes as they occur. This course discusses process safety information (PSI) that is part of the Process Safety Management (PSM) regulations. Topics in this course include: Process Safety Information, Chemicals, Technology, Flow Diagrams, Equipment, and Participation. After completing this course, learners will be able to identify PSI, and recognize the three main PSI categories along with the specific data gathered within them. 14
Process Safety Management: Training (US) The root cause of many accidents can be traced back to inadequate communication and employee training. This course discusses training as part of the Process Safety Management (PSM) series and presents information on the training requirements for employees working in process industries. Topics in this course include: Requirements, Responsibilities, Training Types, and Refresher Training. After completing this course, learners will be able to recognize the training requirements of the PSM regulations, identify what kind of training employers should provide, recognize the different training methods that might be used, and identify training documentation requirements. 11
Radiofrequency (RF) Training Radiofrequency (RF) is an invisible energy that we use in most wireless equipment and devices, such as those for communication and heating. Although it has many important uses, RF energy also has risks that you need to understand and avoid. Take this course to learn what RF energy is, where you may find it, its hazards, how to avoid them and what to do if you've been overexposed. This course is ideal for anyone who may be exposed to RF energy. 11
Reasonable Suspicion Training for Alcohol and Substance Abuse (US) This course provides information about drug and alcohol policies in the workplace. It is specifically designed to cover requirements for drivers as specified by the DOT Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA). It educates learners about the process of identifying potential drug and alcohol users, including spotting the indicators of substance abuse, conducting testing, and following up once results are available. This training is intended for people who manage or supervise commercial drivers. 53
Recognizing Electrical Hazards Awareness This course explains how and why electricity is dangerous so that employees may recognize when hazards are present. It is intended for workers in all industries. 13
Reporting (Data Entry) How do you document details about what you discover during observations and incident investigations? One effective way is reports! Take this course to learn about report benefits as well as the characteristics of good reports. Ideal learners include managers, supervisors, safety committee members. 13
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Part 1 (US) The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) places controls on the management of hazardous waste from its generation to its ultimate disposal. This course provides you with important information on RCRA, hazardous waste and your role in staying safe if your facility or organization produces, disposes of or accumulates hazardous waste. 33
Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Part 2 (US) Whenever you generate hazardous waste and accumulate it on-site, you must take the necessary precautions and steps to prevent any sudden or accidental release into the environment. This course explores the actions you must take to carefully operate and maintain your facility and therefore reduce the possibility of fire, explosion and release of hazardous waste. 15
Respiratory Protection A single exposure to an airborne chemical can cause health effects that may last for the rest of your life. If your workplace contains dangerous chemicals or hazardous atmospheres, you need to know when and how to wear a respirator. This training will present the basic requirements of respiratory protection and will focus on the types and limitations of respirators. Ideal learners include all employees. 24
Respiratory Protection (US) A single exposure to an airborne chemical can cause health effects that may last for the rest of your life. If your workplace contains dangerous chemicals or hazardous atmospheres, you need to know when and how to wear a respirator. This training will present the basic requirements of respiratory protection and will focus on the types and limitations of respirators. Learners include all employees. 25
Respiratory Protection Awareness A single exposure to an airborne chemical can cause health effects that last for the rest of your life. If your workplace contains dangerous chemicals, you may need to know about respirator use. This training will present the basic requirements of respiratory protection and will focus on the types and limitations of respirators. Ideal learners include all employees. 9
Respiratory Protection Awareness A single exposure to an airborne chemical can cause health effects that last for the rest of your life. If your workplace contains dangerous chemicals, you may need to know about respirator use. This training will present the basic requirements of respiratory protection and will focus on the types and limitations of respirators. Ideal learners include all employees. 9
Respiratory Protection Awareness (US) Inhalation is the most common way chemicals enter the body. Therefore, understanding and complying with the OSHA Respiratory Protection Standard could prevent hundreds of deaths and thousands of illnesses annually. This training will present the basic requirements of the respiratory protection program and will focus on the types and limitations of respirators. 13
Road Rage Awareness In our fast-paced world, it seems that many drivers carry their frustrations and impatience into their vehicles with them. Road rage is something you must be aware of and control as a driver. This training is designed to give you the information you need to avoid becoming the victim of road rage or succumbing to it. Ideal learners are all drivers. 9
Rough Terrain Forklift Safety – Part 1: Readiness The steps you take before operating a rough terrain forklift can make a huge difference in your safety during operation. Take this course to learn what rough terrain forklifts and their components are and how to make sure operators, areas, equipment and loads are properly prepared. This course is ideal for workers who will use rough terrain forklifts and their supervisors. 14
Rough Terrain Forklift Safety – Part 2: Operation Before you complete vital hands-on training about how to operate rough terrain forklifts, it's helpful to understand some basic safe practices. Take this course for tips on safely starting the forklift and avoiding collisions and tip-overs. You will also learn about lifting and parking safely. This course is ideal for workers who will use rough terrain forklifts and their supervisors. 9
Rough Terrain Forklift Safety, Parts 1-2 Hands-on training about the equipment and areas in which you will operate rough terrain forklifts is vital to workplace safety. To prepare for your hands-on instruction, you can take these courses to learn about important practices for avoiding site and equipment hazards and operating errors. These courses are ideal for workers who will use rough terrain forklifts and their supervisors. 23
Safe Backing and Turning (US) Backing is our weakest skill because we spend 99% of our time driving forward. A consistent defensive approach to backing and turning can reduce the likelihood of driver error. This training is designed to serve as a training tool for new drivers as well as veteran drivers. 29
Safe Return to the Workspace: Preparing Your Workspace When it is time to return to the workspace, there are changes you and your employer can make to improve health and safety. This course specifically looks at cleaning and sanitizing workspaces, encouraging regular housekeeping, evaluating and separating workspaces, adjusting communal areas like bathrooms and break rooms, and preventing congregations and gatherings. 5
Safe Return to the Workspace: Preparing Yourself When employers determine it is safe to return to workspaces, it is important to remember that aspects of the threat may still be present. This course specifically looks at evaluating personal wellness before returning, reporting illnesses, using transmission mitigation equipment (TME) like face coverings and gloves, and anticipating entry checkpoints. 5
Safe Return to the Workspace: Sharing Workspaces As we return to shared workspaces, we must all look out for and protect each other. This course specifically looks at practicing safe hygiene and using universal precautions like avoiding commonly touched surfaces and washing hands frequently and properly, limiting travel, avoiding close contact, and being an advocate for health and safety. 5
Safe Return to Work for Construction Recently the COVID-19 pandemic has affected your life at home and on the jobsite. This training is part of your employer's efforts to ensure a safe and healthy jobsite. In it, you will learn about evaluating your health and taking precautions to prevent the spread of disease. This course is ideal for construction workers. 10
Safe Vehicle Operations (US) This course educates commercial vehicle operators and other personnel at trucking companies about how to avoid accidents caused by speeding, following other vehicles too closely and executing turns incorrectly. 10
Safe Workspaces: Telecommuting Some employees might not return to the workspace after an environmental disaster, catastrophic event or pandemic, such as the COVID-19 pandemic. If you continue working from home, you may need to adjust your workspace setup, communications software, security measures and daily routine. You’ll also need to learn the best ways to connect and collaborate with your work team while reducing distractions. This course is ideal for all employees. 4
Safety and You As a supervisor, your actions directly impact the employees you supervise. How you handle yourself, what you say and even what you do not say impact how employees behave. Therefore, we will examine several safety management approaches and help you build an enhanced climate for safety in your workplace. Ideal learners are supervisors and managers. 46
Safety and You Awareness We make choices that affect jobsite safety every day. What motivates these choices? Are there ways to influence others and create a safer workplace? Take this course to find out! Ideal learners are all employees. 8
Safety and You for Construction: Encouraging Safe Work Every day, the employees you supervise make choices that affect their safety and the safety of everyone on your jobsite. What motivates their choices? Are there ways you can influence them to act safely? Take this course to find out! Ideal learners are construction supervisors and managers. 20
Safety and You for Construction: Supervisor Role As a supervisor, your actions directly impact the employees you supervise. How you handle yourself, what you say and even what you do not say can influence the choices employees make. Therefore, we will examine several safety management approaches and help you build an enhanced climate for safety at your jobsite. Ideal learners are construction supervisors and managers. 13
Safety Everywhere: Carbon Monoxide Did you know there is a potentially deadly gas in most homes? It has no odor or color, so it is hard to detect. This dangerous gas is carbon monoxide. The good news is, there are ways you can keep yourself and your family safe. Take this course to refresh your memory about the sources of carbon monoxide, symptoms of exposure and prevention. This course is intended for everyone. 5
Safety Everywhere: Coping with Cold Did you know that extreme cold can seriously hurt you? Take this course to find out how you can stay warm and avoid the dangers of becoming too cold. This course is intended for everyone. 6
Safety Everywhere: Dealing with Heat Hot temperatures can quickly go from uncomfortable to dangerous. Take this course to find out how you can stay safe in the heat. This course is intended for everyone. 5
Safety Everywhere: Fire Safety Fires can destroy property, homes and lives. No one wants to have to deal with a fire. Fortunately, there are things you can do that will help you stop fires from happening and ensure you can stay safe if there is a fire. Take this course to learn how! This course is intended for everyone. 5
Safety Everywhere: Staying Safe on Two Wheels When you operate a two-wheeled vehicle, whether it is a bicycle or a motorized vehicle, you are vulnerable. You do not have the same protections as you do when you are inside a car or bus. That means you need to take extra care to remain safe. In this course, we will review some basic safety advice you can use to avoid accidents and injuries. This course is ideal for operators of bicycles and motorized two-wheeled vehicles. 4
Safety Orientation This employee safety program is much more than an examination of set rules. It is a common sense approach to training employees in order to prevent injuries and illness. Ideal learners are new employees. 10
Safety Signs (US) You can tell a great deal about the hazardous conditions in a work area by looking at the safety signs that are posted there. Take this course to find out why we have safety signs, what they mean and what you need to know about them. This course is ideal for all workers who visit or perform work at factories, construction jobsites or healthcare facilities. 9
Scaffold Safety Awareness Working on scaffolding can be one of the most dangerous jobs on a construction site. It does not need to be. When they are used and maintained correctly, scaffolds are safe. This awareness-level course provides employees with vital information to help them recognize unsafe practices and to work safely on and with scaffolds. Ideal learners are employees who perform work while on scaffolds. 21
Servicing Tires and Rims (US) This course provides those who take it with a high-level overview of general tire and rim servicing best practices. The intended audience includes anyone who services tires and rims or manages or supervises those who do. 8
Sexual Harassment and Abusive Conduct Prevention for Managers (California AB 1825 and 2053) (US) When taken with Sexual Harassment Prevention for Managers, this course fulfills the California AB 1825 and AB 2053 requirements that employers of five or more employees educate supervisors about sexual harassment, discrimination, retaliation and abusive conduct every two years. Senate Bill (SB) 396 amends California’s Fair Employment and Housing Act (FEHA) to include prevention of harassment based on gender identity, gender expression and sexual orientation. Potential harassment, discrimination, retaliation or abusive conduct can appear anywhere in the work environment and in many different forms. As a manager, you need to be on constant alert as to what is going on in the workplace and know how to deal with inappropriate and illegal behaviors. This course provides practical examples designed to raise management awareness of the potential employee issues and the legal liabilities associated with such conduct. 71
Sexual Harassment Prevention for Managers (US) Potential sexual harassment entanglements can appear anywhere in the work environment and in many different forms. As a manager, you need to be on constant alert about what goes on in your workplace and know how to deal with inappropriate and unlawful behaviors. This course provides practical examples designed to raise management awareness of potential employee issues and the legal liabilities associated with sexual harassment. To fulfill the two-hour sexual harassment training requirements of California AB 1825, this course should be taken in conjunction with Sexual Harassment and Abusive Conduct Prevention for Managers (California AB 1825 and 2053). 61
Slips, Trips and Falls for Construction At best, slipping and tripping is embarrassing. Often, it leads to strains and sprains. At worst, it causes serious injury or even death. Preventing slips, trips and falls from walking and working surfaces is easy, but often ignored in the daily routine of trying to get work done quickly and efficiently. This course defines slips, trips and falls and details how you can avoid them. Ideal learners are all employees who work construction. 20
Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasure (SPCC) (US) You have seen media reports about the catastrophic effects an oil spill has on wildlife, the environment, and the livelihood of affected communities. The SPCC regulation was developed to prevent oil releases at facilities from polluting navigable waters of the United States. This course gives employees a general overview of SPCC requirements. Ideal learners are any employee involved in oil handling, transfer, storage, spill response or maintenance of oil equipment. 22
Spray Finishing (US) Spray operations can present both physical and health hazards to those involved. This module covers flammable and combustible finishing materials when applied as a spray by compressed air in indoor spray applications. 15
Stacking and Storage Practices for Construction (US) You can avoid materials handling accidents such as cuts, back injuries, crushed hands and even death by using general safety principles like the ones you will learn about in this course. This course is ideal for everyone who works in the construction industry. 12
Stop Signs and Signals – Large Vehicles (US) The time you save by rolling past a stop sign or blazing past a yellow or red light will never justify the potential harm you might do to yourself and to other motorists. That is the central message of this course. Ideal learners are drivers of large commercial vehicles. 10
Stop Signs and Signals – Light Commercial Vehicles (US) The time you save by rolling past a stop sign or blazing past a yellow or red light will never justify the potential harm you might do to yourself and to other motorists. That is the central message of this course. 11
Stormwater and Erosion Control for Construction Runoff from rainstorms and snowmelt picks up pollutants like sediment, oil, grease and other chemicals. Contaminated runoff may flow into storm drains or it may flow directly into lakes, rivers and streams. Preventing stormwater contamination ensures clean water for swimming, fishing and drinking. U.S. Federal law requires construction sites to obtain stormwater permits any time an acre or more of land will be disturbed. As part of the permitting process, companies implement stormwater pollution prevention programs, or SWPPPs. This course covers Best Management Practices (BMPs) for stormwater and erosion control. Ideal employees are those in the construction industry. 10
Stormwater Pollution Prevention (US) Laws require us to regulate stormwater in order to reduce the pollution of rivers and lakes. Identifying sources of storm water pollution and keeping them from coming in contact with runoff is one of the best and most economical ways of protecting the quality of our waters. This course presents best management practices to prevent stormwater pollution. 25
Struck By, Caught Between – Staying Out of the Line of Fire (US) According to OSHA, two of the most frequently severe types of construction incidents are being either struck by or caught in or between materials and equipment. This course focuses on the steps workers can take to stay out of the line of fire and avoid being struck by or caught in or between hazards at work, including hazard awareness, prevention and control, with an emphasis on taking personal responsibility for safety. Ideal learners are construction workers. 28
Tasks and Corrective Actions Tasks and corrective actions give you a chance to put everything you learned during inspections and observations to work so that you can improve safety. Take this course to learn about factors that should influence the corrective actions you choose and best practices you should follow. This course is intended for all industries and construction employees, including managers. 16
Towing Trailers (US) Trailers towed by motor vehicles provide an efficient, convenient way to carry heavy loads but they present challenges to drivers. To avoid accidents, you should understand exactly how towing a trailer affects the vehicle you are driving and what you can do as a driver to stay safe as you tow your load. 17
Transportation of Dangerous Goods (Canada) The dangers associated with hazardous goods are magnified when people transport them since they are in motion and may be exposed to dangerous conditions. The Canadian government enacted the Transportation of Dangerous Goods (TDG) Act to promote public safety. Everyone who transports hazardous goods needs to know what they are handling, what the dangers are and what to do in case of an emergency. Take this course as an overview to TDG regulations. Ideal learners include anyone who is involved in shipping or receiving dangerous goods. 18
Tree Trimming Safety (US) Tree trimming operations require climbing, pruning and felling trees. Hand and portable power tools such as loppers, trimmers and chainsaws make the necessary cuts. Aerial lifts and chippers bring workers to the right height and clean up the worksite. All of these activities have the potential to be extremely hazardous. This course covers safety precautions for tree trimming. Ideal learners are employees who participate in tree trimming operations. 25
Trending and Analysis You cannot continuously improve unless you constantly evaluate your performance. The best way to improve safety is to follow through on your plans and then analyze the results to see if there is room for improvement. Take this course to learn about the data you should analyze, what it can tell you and how you can follow up. Ideal learners are managers, supervisors, safety committee members. 16
Using Electrical Safety Programs (US) Electricity can kill. That is why NFPA 70E® was created. It requires employers to develop and implement an electrical safety program. This course explains basic electrical safety practices that apply to electrical work. These practices include wearing personal protective equipment and completing arc-flash hazard analyses. Ideal learners include people in all industries, particularly supervisors, electrical maintenance and installation workers, and safety managers. 25
Using Eyewashes and Emergency Showers This awareness-level course provides anyone who may need to use an eyewash or emergency shower with important information including how to spot neglect, resolve potential problems and use eyewashes and emergency showers safely and effectively. Ideal learners are any employees who may be exposed to chemicals. 15
Vector-Borne Disease Awareness: Mosquitoes, Ticks and Other Pests Mosquitoes, ticks and other pests are more than just an annoyance. They can carry serious diseases. Take this course to learn what environments they prefer and what you can do to protect yourself and others from them. This course is ideal for everyone, but especially people who work outdoors. 15
Vehicle and Roadside Inspections (US) This course educates commercial big-rig truck drivers and other personnel at trucking companies about the importance of vehicle and roadside inspections. This course will provide information about the items for which drivers or enforcement officers will check during an inspection. 9
Vehicle Inspection for Heavy Equipment (US) When driving to service calls or various worksites, you do not have time to waste with a flat tire, overheated engine or some other maintenance problem that could possibly cause a motor vehicle incident. That is why it is essential to maintain your work vehicle and perform pre-trip inspections. Inspections help you identify and address problems before getting on the road. And ultimately, they help save you and your company time and money. 18
Walking/Working Surfaces Slips, trips and falls remain one of the most common causes of employee injury in the workplace. Understanding the actions you can take to prevent these incidents will help keep you and your co-workers safe and productive. This course provides a clear understanding of general guidelines for staying safe on walking and working surfaces. Ideal learners are all employees. 13
Warehouse Safety You do not think of warehouses as dangerous places, but materials, equipment and vehicles can be harmful if you do not practice safe work procedures, monitor your surroundings and correct unsafe conditions. This training will help you create a safe warehouse environment. Ideal learners are employees and supervisors who work in or visit warehouses. 37
Warehouse Safety Awareness You do not think of warehouses as dangerous places, but materials, equipment and vehicles can be harmful if you do not practice safe work procedures, monitor your surroundings and correct unsafe conditions. This training will help you create a safe warehouse environment. Ideal learners are employees and supervisors who work in or visit warehouses. 13
Welding, Cutting and Brazing Welding, cutting, brazing and other hot work are common, and inherently dangerous, activities on many jobsites. Care must be taken to ensure that work is performed safely. This course introduces common hazards associated with welding, cutting and brazing and ways to prevent injury and damage. Ideal learners are workers who perform welding, cutting and brazing. 38
Welding, Cutting and Brazing Awareness Workers must take steps to prevent injury and damage when welding, cutting and brazing. The risk from fatal injuries alone is more than four deaths per thousand workers over a working lifetime. Therefore, care must be taken to ensure that work is performed safely. This course introduces common hazards associated with welding, cutting, and brazing and ways to prevent injury and damage. Ideal learners are employees who perform hot work. 10
Welding, Cutting and Brazing for Construction: Health Concerns It is not surprising that welding, cutting, brazing and other hot work can cause fires, burns or explosions. But did you know that hot work also has health hazards associated with welding fumes and light exposure? Take this course to find out about chemical, radiation and light hazards and how to control them. Ideal learners are workers who perform welding, cutting and brazing in construction settings. 12
Welding, Cutting and Brazing for Construction: Methods Different types of welding, cutting and brazing methods have different safety considerations. Take this course to learn about these considerations. Ideal learners are workers who perform welding, cutting and brazing in construction settings. 10
Welding, Cutting and Brazing for Construction: Safety Concerns Welding, cutting, brazing and other hot work can cause fires and injure workers. Take this course to learn about welder safety and fire prevention. Ideal learners are workers who perform welding, cutting and brazing in construction settings. 8
Welding, Cutting and Brazing: Health Concerns It is not surprising that welding, cutting, brazing and other hot work can cause fires, burns or explosions. But did you know that hot work also has health hazards associated with welding fumes and light exposure? Take this course to find out about chemical, radiation and light hazards and how to control them. Ideal learners are workers who perform welding, cutting and brazing. 12
Welding, Cutting and Brazing: Methods Different types of welding, cutting and brazing methods have different safety considerations. Take this course to learn about these considerations. Ideal learners are workers who perform welding, cutting and brazing. 10
Welding, Cutting and Brazing: Safety Concerns Welding, cutting, brazing and other hot work can cause fires and injure welders. Take this course to learn about welder safety and fire prevention. Ideal learners are workers who perform welding, cutting and brazing. 6
What If? Mentality You do not have to be psychic to predict how things may go wrong. Take this course to find out how to adopt a WHAT IF? mentality that will help you avoid near-misses and serious incidents. Learners include managers, supervisors, safety committee members. 7
Why Incident Management Matters Introduction Find out how our incident management suite can help you make your workplace safer for EVERYONE. 2
Work Zone Safety (US) The objective of this course is to help you understand the dangers associated with highway and road construction, as well as how to protect yourself. With the number of traffic fatalities in highway work zones rising, it is imperative workers understand the unique problems associated with working with live traffic. 30
Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) Part 1: What Is WHMIS? The Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) makes chemical information uniformly available to all Canadian workers. This course explains how WHMIS works, who is responsible for various tasks under WHMIS, and how everyone can take full advantage of the hazardous material information available to them. Ideal learners are all employees. 20
Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) Part 2: How WHMIS Works The Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) makes hazardous material information uniformly available to all Canadian workers. Given the amount of information and number of parties involved, this can be a complex undertaking. This course explains how WHMIS works, how the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling (GHS) is aligned with WHMIS, who is responsible for various tasks under WHMIS, and how everyone can take full advantage of the hazardous material information available to them. This course covers the most recent WHMIS 2015 regulations. Ideal learners are all employees. 18
Workplace Safety Awareness This employee safety program is much more than an examination of set rules. It is a common sense approach to training employees in order to prevent injuries and illness. Ideal learners are new employees. 7
Workplace Violence Prevention You or someone you know could be involved in workplace violence anytime, anywhere. This course will give you a basic understanding of what constitutes workplace violence, the warning signs to watch for, and what you and others around you can do to prevent it. Ideal learners include all employees. 45
Workplace Violence Prevention Awareness You or someone you know could be involved in workplace violence anytime, anywhere. Take this course to learn about the warning signs, how to react to active shooters, and ways you can help prevent violent incidents. Ideal learners include all employees. 14
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