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[wptabtitle]10-Hour OSHA Construction Safety[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

  • Employees, contractors and other personnel who have responsibilities and/or work assignments on constructions sites, especially construction workers who are actively engaged in construction activities should take this course prior to entering a construction site.
  • Entry-level personnel with little or no experience on construction sites.
  • Personnel with previous construction experience who work in states that now have a requirement for OSHA Construction Safety.
    • Connecticut
    • Massachusetts
    • Missouri
    • Nevada
    • New Hampshire
    • New York
    • Rhode Island
  • OSHA advises that all workers should receive additional site and function specific training based on the specific hazards of their jobs.

Overview

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recommends Outreach Training as an orientation for workers employed in the construction industry. This OSHA-online 10-Hour Construction Industry Outreach Training program is designed for entry-level construction workers and will help individuals gain critical knowledge on a variety of OSHA-regulated safety and health topics.

This course provides construction personnel and entry level workers an overview of the basic hazards that will be encountered on a construction site, how site safety is organized and implemented as well as which areas fall under the umbrella of OSHA’s jurisdiction. Students will gain a basic understanding of how regulations and OSHA safeguards operate to protect both workers and employers, and how they can benefit personally from a better understanding of OSHA standards.

Course Objectives

Upon successful completion of the 10-Hour training program, Students will be able to:

  • Explain OSHA’s purpose and how its standards serve to make the workplace safer for construction workers
  • Discuss the major areas in construction to which OSHA standards apply, and what those standards mandate
  • Recall what employer/employee issues OSHA covers, how and when to contact OSHA , and what protections OSHA may provide
  • Name overall safety practices relevant to the construction industry, and explain what precautions to take against hazards on the job
  • Obtain your OSHA 10 Card

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 10-12 Hours – Minimum 10 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Cranes
Demolition
Electrical Safety
Excavations
Fall Protection, Struck-By & Caught-Between Accidents
Hazards in Communication
Materials Storage
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
Power Tools
Scaffolds

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[wptabtitle]Accident and Recordkeeping Guidelines[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

All plant managers and individuals responsible for recordkeeping

Applicable Regulation/s

OSHA 300 and 301

Overview

If you are responsible for maintenance of records, it is important that you are familiar with the revised recordkeeping rules. Failure to record and reported injuries or illnesses can result in citations and penalties.

Some facilities may be exempt, but even if your establishment qualifies for exemption, it must still respond to OSHA or Bureau of Labor Statistic (BLS) surveys when requested. You must also report any occupational fatality or the hospitalization of three or more employees.

OSHA revised its rules for Occupational Injury and Illness Recording and Reporting Requirements. The purpose of the revision is to produce more useful injury and illness records, collect better information about the incidence of injuries and illnesses nationally, promote improved employee awareness and involvement in reporting and recording occupational injuries and illness, simplify the recordkeeping system, and permit increased use of computers and technology for recordkeeping.

Course Objectives

In this course, you will be able to:

  • Determine whether a work-related injury, or illness is recordable under the OSHA requirements.
  • Complete the OSHA Forms correctly.
  • Report incidents to OSHA as required.

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: None, though management/supervisory skill training is beneficial.

Download the Letter of Accreditation

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Costs Of Accidents
Getting Started
Interview Guidelines
Investigation For Prevention
Successful Investigations
What Really Happened?
When An Accident Occurs
Why Do Accidents Happen?

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[wptabtitle]Accident Investigation[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Primary Users: Supervisory and management personnel with safety responsibilities for accident prevention. It is assumed that those taking this course have had some management/supervisory skill training.

Secondary Users: Lead employees or others who may be required to conduct accident investigations.

Overview

Accidents occur every day in workplaces all over the United States. Discovering the causes of accidents can help prevent their recurrence. A systematic and thorough accident investigation is the best means to discover causes of accidents.

Course Objectives

Supervisors and managers will gain a basic understanding of the many benefits of accident investigation- most importantly accident prevention. They will also learn the basic causes of accidents and how to conduct an accident investigation. At the end of this course, the student will be able to identify:

  • The goal of accident investigation.
  • The differences between a major and minor accident.
  • The direct, indirect, and root causes of accidents.
  • Basic steps in accident investigation.

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Final Exam on completion of the course. 70% or better is a passing grade.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: None, though management/supervisory skill training is beneficial.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Costs Of Accidents
Getting Started
Interview Guidelines
Investigation For Prevention
Successful Investigations
What Really Happened?
When An Accident Occurs
Why Do Accidents Happen?

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[wptabtitle]Bloodborne Pathogens for Emergency Responders[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Emergency responders in office and manufacturing environments.

Applicable Regulation/s

per 29 CFR 1910.1 030(9)(2)(I)

Overview

Exposure to blood and other potentially infectious materials is a major concern to organizations and employees, particularly for those who respond to medical incidents. This course provides an overview of the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens standard requirements applicable to emergency response personnel in office and manufacturing environments.

Course Objectives

You will learn how to control exposure to bloodborne pathogens, procedures to follow in the event of exposure, and how to minimize the chances of contracting HIV, HCV, and HBV by using appropriate exposure controls.

At the conclusion of the training, the student will be able to:

  • Describe bloodborne pathogens and how they are transmitted
  • Control your exposure to bloodborne pathogens
  • Apply appropriate procedures in the event of an exposure incident

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Credit Education Units: This course qualifies for 0.5 American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH) Credit Education Units (CEU’s).

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Download the Letter of Accreditation

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Bloodborne Pathogens And Diseases
Exposure Control
Exposure Control Plan
Post-Incident Actions

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[wptabtitle]Bloodborne Pathogens for General Industry[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Course Information

Who Should Take This Course?

With increase of the likelihood of transmission of a bloodborne diseases in today’s workplace many positions that would have never given a thought to taking this type of training are now required. Bloodborne Pathogens training is required for employees such as housekeepers, lab tech, nurses, physicians, maintenance personnel or any other employee who may come in contact with infections materials, blood or bloodborne diseases.

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1910.1 030(9)(2)(I)

Overview

Bloodborne Pathogens as per 29 CFR 1910.1030-Online

This course meets the training requirements for OSHA Standard (29 CFR 1910.1030). The purpose of this course is to ensure awareness and promote safety among employees who may be exposed to bloodborne pathogens. The objective is to ensure that employees operate in the safest possible manner in situations where contact with potentially infectious materials is likely.

Through appropriate training and awareness, lives can be saved and needless injuries to personnel can be avoided. This training includes information on the prevention, transmission and recording of occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens. It includes information intended for all employees that are at risk for accidental exposure.

The assumptions concerning various pathogens are described:

  • Methods of transmission for hepatitis virus (HBV or HCV) are similar to those of HIV,
  • the potential for hepatitis virus is greater than for HIV,
  • there is more experience relating to controlling transmission of hepatitis in the workplace,
  • therefore, general practices to prevent the transmission of hepatitis will reduce the risk for transmission of HIV.

Course Objectives

Per OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29 CFR 1910.1030), the purpose of this course is to ensure awareness and promote safety among employees who may be exposed to bloodborne pathogens. The objective is to ensure that employees operate in the safest possible manner in situations where contact with potentially infectious materials is likely.

At the conclusion of this module, students will:

  • Understand bloodborne pathogens and how they are spread
  • Learn the importance of the Exposure Control Plan
  • Incorporate the knowledge of what to do in case of accidental exposure
  • Use appropriate safety methods and work practice controls
  • Recognize signs and labels that are used to alert personnel of danger involving infectious material

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Completion Requirements: Students will be allowed to proceed at their own pace in this interactive, on-line training program. Students must pass a graded final exam with a score of 70% or better.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Credit Education Units: This course qualifies for 0.5 American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH) Credit Education Units (CEU’s).

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: None

Download the Letter of Accreditation

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Employee Information & Training
Engineering Controls
Exposure Control Plan
Exposure, Evaluation and Follow-up
Housekeeping
Inspections
Personal Protective Equipment
Recording Incidents and Record-keeping
Universal Precautions
Work Practice Controls
Worksite Responsibility

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[wptabtitle]Bloodborne Pathogens for the Healthcare Industry[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

This course is designed for healthcare workers who handle human blood, tissues, and other potentially infectious materials, or waste that may come in contact with these substances.

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1910. 1030

Overview

Bloodborne pathogens (BBP) are disease-causing microorganisms present in human blood, tissues, and organs. Three common BBP’s are human immunodeficiency virus (H IV), hepatitis B virus (HBV), and hepatitis C virus (HCV). This course discusses how BBP come in contact with Healthcare workers and techniques to minimize contact. Also discussed are housekeeping issues and clean up related to wastes contaminated with potentially infectious material.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe blood borne pathogens and how they are transmitted
  • Control your exposure to bloodborne pathogens
  • Apply appropriate procedures in the event of an exposure incident

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Credit Education Units: This course qualifies for 0.5 American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH) Credit Education Units (CEU’s).

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Bloodborne Pathogens And Diseases
Emergency Response
Exposure Control
Exposure Control Plan
Self-Check
Sharps Exposure And Control
Sterilization And Disinfection

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[wptabtitle]Chemical Safety[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

This online training course is intended for employees covered under the OSHA Hazard Communication (29 CFR 1910.1200) and Laboratory Safety (29 CFR 1910.1450) Standards.

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1910.1200 and 1910.1450(f)

Overview

This module provides the employee with an overview of the requirements of OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) and chemical safety information covered under the OSHA Laboratory Safety Standard (29 CFR 1910.1450). The employee will learn the basic issues that will serve as a foundation for job-specific chemical safety that should be provided by the worker’s supervisor.

Course Objectives

Once completed, students will be able to recognize the hazards associated with chemical substances as well as hazard communication techniques, procedures for safe handling, and storage of chemicals.

Elements covered in the course include:

  • Chemical hazards
  • Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
  • Hazard labels
  • Chemical storage use handling, and emergency procedures

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: None

Details

Specific elements covered include: chemical hazards, use of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) and hazard labels, chemical storage, use and handling, and emergency procedures.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Chemical Hazards
Health & Physical Hazards
Communication & Labels
Protective Equipment
Handling & Storage
Emergency Procedures

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[wptabtitle]Defensive Driving[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Employees who must drive automobiles (cars, vans, pickups) as part of their job. Positions like field sales personnel, field technicians, or personnel visiting offsite locations including delivery of small parts or equipment, will benefit from this course. Large delivery trucks are beyond the scope of this course.

Overview

When driving, we sometimes take on a different personality. Unfortunately that personality is often a reckless risk taker, or someone that is overly aggressive. The Safe and Defensive Driving training course discusses tips and techniques for avoiding risks and aggression. The course also identifies numerous factors that appear as innocent actions, but have the potential to cause accidents and injuries.

This course, designed for commercial as well as “pleasure” drivers, teaches the techniques to be a safe driver. Check with your insurance company after receiving your Certificate of Completion. Many Insurers offer premium discounts from 5% to 20% for completing a defensive driving course.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

  • Recognize external factors that inhibit drivers ability to concentrate
  • Apply techniques for focusing attention to the task of driving
  • Detect behaviors and situations that may weaken driving ability
  • Employ stress-reducing actions to avoid unsafe driving
  • Complete a pre-trip checklist to ensure vehicle safety
  • Recall procedures for contingency plans, in case of emergency situations

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Assessment & Statistics
Defensive Driving
Emergencies
How Does A Safe Driver Behave?
International Driving
What Does A Safe Driver Do?
What Makes A Safe Driver?

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[wptabtitle]Design for Environment[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Product development managers, design engineers, material specifiers, marketing and sales managers or others involved in the building or design of manufactured products.

Overview

This course takes a life-cycle perspective of product based environmental requirements from the selection of materials, manufacturing, distribution, use, and final disposal. This module also provides a self-assessment system to review existing designs and design practices.

Course Objectives

The knowledge gained from this course includes:

  • Understanding the impact that products have on the environment
  • Developing products that have a reduced impact on the environment
  • Learning how to integrate design for environment into the product design process

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Importance Of Dfe
Life Cycle Thinking
Products And The Environment
Product Design Process

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[wptabtitle]Electrical Safety Awareness[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Workers that are potentially exposed to electrical energy during daily performance of their jobs. Almost any occupation is potentially at risk, including painters, truck drivers, construction workers, engineers, farm workers, and firefighters.

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1910.33 1-335

Overview

This class is designed to present an overview of electrical energy and the hazards of systems operating at 50-600 Volts, as well as workplace practices to prevent injuries, fires, and arc flashes. Recognizing and understanding the nature of electrical hazards, and taking proper precautions to prevent related injuries can be a matter of life or death.

Course Objectives

After taking this course, the student will be able to:

  • Recognize and understand the nature of electrical hazards
  • Recognize and understand proper precautions to prevent related injuries
  • Give a general description of electrical energy and the hazards of systems operating at 50-600 Volts
  • Recognize and understand workplace practices to prevent injuries, fires, and arc flashes

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

De-Energized Vs. Energized
Effects Of Electricity
Fundamentals Of Electricity
Preparing To Work Safely
Qualified Person
Recognizing Hazards
Safe Work Practices

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[wptabtitle]Ergonomics for Manufacturing[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Employees in a manufacturing setting, who are at risk of suffering from ergonomic injuries.

Overview

This course is an overview of musculoskeletal disorders, their signs and symptoms, and ergonomic risk factors. You will learn how to apply ergonomic principles in the workplace to reduce injury and increase human performance.

Course Objectives

After taking this course, the student will be able to:

  • Apply simple principles to improve the ergonomics of the workplace
  • Recognize common work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs)
  • Successfully communicate any health challenges to a health care provider.

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Ergonomics Basics
Minimizing Risk To Back, Arms And Hands
MSDS Of The Back, Arms And Hands
Your Ergonomic Role

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[wptabtitle]Ergonomics in the Office[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Anyone who works in an office environment

Overview

Ergonomics has become an important issue for computer users as companies strive to maximize employee comfort while minimizing work-related injuries. This course teaches you simple, practical methods to make your office work for you, and to he lp you understand how small changes can optimize the ergonomics of your work environment. After taking this course, you will be able to improve the ergonomics of your work environment, communicate potential ergonomic issues and solutions in your office environment to management, and describe different types of work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs) and their signs and symptoms.

Course Objectives

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Describe different types of work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDs) and their signs and symptoms.
  • Identify potential ergonomic issues in your office environment and communicate a clear definition to management
  • Identify potential ergonomic solutions to control the issues in your office environment and communicate them to management
  • Optimize your existing work environment
  • Optimize your work habits

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Ergonomic Issues In Office Environment
Ergonomic Solutions In Office Environment
Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSDS)
Optimizing Work Environment And Work Habits

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[wptabtitle]Environmental Health and Safety @ Work – Office Edition[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

New employees in Office Setting

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1910

Overview

This course gives an overview of the environmental, safety, and health topics that may be of concern to the new employee.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, you will be able to:

  • Explain ESH and how it applies to you
  • Describe your company’s ESH policy and philosophy, as well as your role and responsibilities related to ESH
  • Follow general safety precautions for your work environment
  • Know what to do in case of an emergency
  • Properly report an accident

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Company specific Policies
Emergencies
General Office Safety and Ergonomics
Material Handling and Storage
Personal Protective Equipment
Security
Training
Working Alone

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[wptabtitle]Fall Protection[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Workers that are required to be working above a height of 4 feet need to be aware of fall hazards and fall protection in order to prevent serious injury.

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 19 10.146

Overview

Working safely at elevations can be a matter of life or death. Falls are the 4th leading cause of workplace fatalities in general industry. This course we enable you to identify hazards associated with working at heights or on a roof, and introduce you to the procedures in case of an emergency.

Course Objectives

After completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Know when and how to use fall protection equipment such as fall restraint and fall arrest systems
  • Identify the hazards associated with elevating work equipment
  • Identify the hazards associated with working on a roof
  • Follow procedures in case of an emergency

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Anatomy Of A Fall
Elevated Work
Emergency Situations
Environmental Hazards
Fall Restraint And Arrest Systems
Inspecting Fall Protection Equipment
Pre-Job Planning
Training

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[wptabtitle]Fire Extinguisher Safety[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Employees selected by employer as a “designated person” to take action in the event of a workplace fire.

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR subpart L. and 1910.157

Overview

This course covers fire, and when and how to use fire extinguishers. Details include the elements of fire (the “fire triangle”) and its stages to better understand fire prevention. Should a fire occur, this course describes the types of fire, which should determines the type of fire extinguisher to select and use. After taking this course, you should have a good idea of how to operate an extinguisher, and your company’s policy on what to do before, during and after a fire emergency.

Course Objectives

After taking this course, the student will:

  • Be familiar with the general principles of fire extinguisher use,
  • Understand hazards involved in fighting incipient-stage fires,
  • Understand company policy regarding fire extinguishers, and
  • List steps of expected role in an emergency.

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Anatomy Of A Fire Extinguisher
Causes Of A Fire
Fire Prevention
Safe Operation Of A Fire Extinguisher
Types Of Fire Extinguishers

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[wptabtitle]Forklift Safety[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Primary Audience: Potential operators of Powered Industrial Trucks, whether first-time users or experienced operators in need of a safety review.

Secondary Audience: Supervisors, company safety personnel, and maintenance personnel.

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1910.178(l)

Overview

As required by 29 CFR 1910.178, operators of Powered Industrial Trucks must complete a specific program of training (including formal instruction, practical training and an evaluation of performance). This course assists in meeting training requirements by providing principles and procedures involved in the safe operation of these vehicles.

Course Objectives

At the completion of this course the student should understand the following as they apply to powered industrial trucks:

  • Safety practices in preparing a forklift/powered-truck for use
  • Principles of stability
  • Inspection protocol
  • Safe driving practices

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Driving A Load
Fueling And Charging
Pre-Use Inspections
Regulations
Safe Driving Practices
Types Of Industrial Trucks

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[wptabtitle]H2S (Hydrogen Sulfide) Training[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

H2S training is recommended for all employees who have the potential for exposure, to aid in identifying and dealing with H2S in the workplace.

Overview

In 1983 OSHA introduced its Federal Hazard Communications Standard, 29 CFR 1910.1200, referred to as HazCom. Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) is en extremely dangerous chemical that is found in many workplaces in both identified and unidentified environments. Because of the extreme risk to life this chemical causes, Compliance Solutions has developed this training course to aid employers and workers in identifying and more importantly, dealing with the hazards associated with H2S. The HAZCOM standard requires employers to provide information and appropriate worker training for hazardous materials and chemicals employees may be exposed to in the work environment.

Course Objectives

Upon successful completion of the H2S training, the student will:

  • Be able to incorporate the use of an H2S Material Safety Data Sheet into routine procedures.
  • Determine the relevance of appropriate labeling used on containers containing Hydrogen Sulfide.
  • Identify the hazards of working with dangerous atmospheres and mitigate exposure to Hydrogen Sulfide.
  • Apply the use of the MSDS, material’s inventory, labeling systems, and the hazardous materials written program into a daily routine in order to have a safer workplace.

The Federal Hazard Communication Standard, HazCom, establishes requirements for H2S training in the following four areas:

  • Determination of the H2S hazards found in a workplace.
  • Labeling H2S.
  • Maintaining H2S Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
  • Providing a written H2S training program.

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Credit Education Units: This course qualifies for 0.5 American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH) Credit Education Units (CEU’s).

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Download the Letter of Accreditation

Details

H2S is an extremely dangerous, highly flammable gas found in both identified and unidentified environments in the workplace. Worker exposure to H2S is extremely dangerous. Even minimal exposure can be fatal. Hydrogen Sulfide primarily affects the respiratory system and even short term worker exposure can cause asphyxiation. OSHA estimates indicate that 85 percent of accidents involving asphyxiating and flammable gases can be prevented by proper employee training and by implementing proper safety precautions at job sites.

Because of the extreme risk to life this chemical presents, H2S training is recommended for all employees who have the potential for exposure, to aid in identifying and dealing with H2S in the workplace.

The Federal Hazard Communication Standard (HAZCOM) establishes requirements for H2S training in the following four areas:

  • Determination of H2S hazards found in a workplace.
  • Labeling of H2S.
  • Maintaining H2S Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
  • Providing a written H2S training program.

This training course satisfies OSHA training requirements and will provide a basis for establishing an effective HAZCOM program for H2S.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Chemical Hazards in the Workplace
Labeling Requirements
Written Programs
HAZCOM Identification System
NFPA (National Fire Protection Association) Guide and Labels
HMIS (Hazardous Materials Identification System) Labels
DOT (Department of Transportation) Labels
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
H2S Labeling Table
H2S Facts Table
Hydrogen Sulfide and OSHA
H2S Explosiveness
H2S Poisoning: True Stories
H2S and the Definition of a Confined Space
Play it Smart

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[wptabtitle]Hazard Communications (HAZCOM)[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Anyone who comes in contact with Hazardous Materials in the workplace.

Overview

Hazardous materials (chemical products) are used in practically every workplace. There are approximately 600,000 chemical products in the world today. Hundreds of new chemicals are introduced every year. These numbers place 32 million workers in situations of potential exposure to one or more chemical hazards everyday. Some of these chemical products pose little danger to you, while others are deadly. Modern manufacturing would not be possible without chemicals. However, like machinery or electrical equipment, you must know how to use chemicals safely. The first step in using chemicals safely is to recognize those materials that may be hazardous to your health or physical safety.

This course will acquaint you with the requirements of HAZCOM including Material Safety Data Sheets, hazardous materials inventories, labeling requirements, and information you will find on a written hazardous materials program.

Course Objectives

Upon successful completion of this course for Hazard Communication training, the student will:

  • Incorporate the use of Material Safety Data Sheets into the routine procedures of working in or around hazardous materials.
  • Determine the relevance of appropriate labeling used on containers of hazardous materials.
  • Differentiate between various labeling systems used for hazardous materials.
  • Apply the use of the MSDS, material’s inventory, labeling systems, and the hazardous materials written program into a daily routine in order to have a safer workplace.

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Credit Education Units: This course qualifies for 1.0 American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH) Credit Education Units (CEU’s)

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

HAZCOM
Labeling Requirements
Materials Inventory
Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS)
Training Requirements
Written Program

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[wptabtitle]Hazardous Energy Control[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Primary audience is affected workers: those who operate or work in the area of equipment on which service or maintenance is being performed under lockout/tagout.

Secondary audience is authorized workers: those who perform maintenance and repair activities and need to practice lockout/tagout procedures.

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1910.147c(7)(I)

Overview

This course describes the features and implementation of OSHA’s Control of Hazardous Energy standard (29 CFR 1910.147). The material is intended for all “affected workers” and provides the essential information for “authorized workers” to safely perform work on both electrical and non-electrical (moving/rotating, hydraulic, pneumatic, chemical, or thermal) energy sources.

Course Objectives

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

  • Identify the main types of hazardous energy and recognize which ones apply to you.
  • Describe the purpose of a lockout/tagout program.
  • Define the responsibilities of the individuals that are affected by a lockout/tagout program.
  • Apply methods and procedures involved in an effective lockout/tagout program.

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Definition Of Lockout/Tagout And When It Applies
Hazardous Energy
Individual Responsibilities And Procedures
Regulatory Requirements

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[wptabtitle]Hearing Conservation: Protecting yourself from hearing loss[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Audience includes employees exposed to potentially harmful levels of noise on a regular basis.

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1910.95

Overview

This course covers how excessive noise in the workplace effects or even damages hearing, and what measures can be taken to reduce noise, or alternatively, what devices can be worn to protect one’s ears against excessive noise. Also discussed is the measurement and monitoring of noise, audiometric testing, and your company’s Hearing Conservation Program.

Course Objectives

By taking this course you will learn:

  • what noise is and sources of noise.
  • about the harmful effects of noise and how to measure noise levels and hearing damage.
  • how to choose and properly wear hearing protection.

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Additional Protection
Audiometric Testing
Effects Of Noise
Exposure Monitoring
Hearing Conservation Program
Hearing Protection
What Is Noise?

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[wptabtitle]Incident Commander[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Employees who are new to the Incident Command System or those that are looking for a general overview and refresher of the Incident Command System. Personnel this course will benefit:

  • Emergency Response Team members
  • Crisis management personnel
  • Security personnel
  • Company executive officers
  • Environmental Safety and Health personnel
  • Facilities managers
  • General staff

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1910.120(a)

Overview

During most emergency situations, the use of a scene management system has been shown to improve coordination between responders, reduce confusion and panic, and diminish negative impact to the organization. Whether the event is a chemical spill, earthquake, tornado, gunman, bomb threat, fire, or other emergency, there are common event management and command tools that will make a difference. In addition, the desire for good public and media relations, threat of liability, genuine concern for employee welfare during an emergency, and some Federal and State laws all require that pre-emergency planning and incident command systems be put in place and followed.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, students will be able to:

  • Identify positions within the ICS
  • Describe roles and responsibilities of each ICS position
  • Demonstrate how the ICS can be used in different types of emergency scenarios

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Emergency Scenario
ICS
ICS In Action
Incident Command System
Organization
Pre-Event Planning

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[wptabtitle]Introduction to OSHA[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Anyone who needs to abide by OSHA regulations.

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1910.120

Overview

The Introduction to OSHA Course is designed to provide the student with an understanding of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and how to locate published OSHA information.

OSHA’s mission is to send every worker home whole and healthy every day. Since the agency was created in 1971, workplace fatalities have been cut in half and occupational injury and illness rates have declined 40 percent. At the same time, U.S. employment has nearly doubled from 56 million workers at 3.5 million work-sites to 105 million workers at nearly 6.9 million sites.

Course Objectives

At the conclusion of this course, students will:

  • Understand OSHA’s history, purpose, and regulations
  • Incorporate the OSH Act and OSHA mission into everyday work practice
  • Learn how the CFR is organized on the Web and in the book
  • Understand OSHA programs, inspections, and penalties
  • Evaluate employer and employee rights and responsibilities

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Completion Requirements: Students will be allowed to proceed at their own pace in this interactive, on-line training program. Students must pass a graded final exam with a score of 70% or better.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Chapter 1 – History, Purpose & Organization
Chapter 2 – Rights and Responsibilities
Chapter 3 – OSHA Standards; Code of Federal Regulations (CFR)
Chapter 4 – Voluntary Protection Program (VPP)
Chapter 5 – Inspections

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[wptabtitle]Laboratory Safety[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Research laboratory personnel

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1910.1450

Overview

This course, designed for research laboratory personnel, examines workplace safety in laboratory environments, including health hazards, exposures, physical hazards, hazard recognition, exposure controls, and emergency procedures. Since many laboratory personnel use biological materials in addition to chemicals, the course includes optional sections on biological hazards. The course does not cover radioactive isotopes or equipment.

Course Objectives

Completion of this online training course will:

  • Assist in complying with the training requirements of 29 CFR 1910.1450
  • Understand the physical and health hazards of materials commonly used in laboratories
  • Understand methods and observations that may be used to detect the presence or release of a hazardous material
  • Understand exposure control measures

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Download the Letter of Accreditation

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Emergency Procedures
Exposure Control
Exposures
Hazard Recognition
Health Hazards
Physical Hazards
Summary And Conclusion

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[wptabtitle]Laser Safety[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

This course is intended for employees that work with lasers, or with equipment containing lasers, or work in areas where lasers are used.

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1926.54

Overview

With the advent of a wider variety of more powerful lasers integrated into many areas of modern life, the issues involving laser safety are of even greater importance. People working with lasers, or with equipment containing lasers, need to understand the hazards associated with laser light, and know what precautions are in place to control these hazards. After taking this course, laser operators, and those working with equipment containing lasers, will be able to identify the nature and hazards of laser radiation, describe safety issues associated with the use of lasers in industrial and research environments, become familiar with standards and guidelines in order to control laser hazards, and identify and follow exposure controls and emergency procedures.

Course Objectives

In this course, students will:

    • Identify the nature and hazards of laser radiation
    • Describe safety issues associated with the use of lasers in industrial and research environments
    • Become familiar with standards and guidelines in order to control laser hazards
    • Identify and follow exposure controls and emergency procedures

 

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Characteristics Of Laser Light
Classification Of Lasers
Electromagnetic Radiation
Exposure Controls
Guidelines And Standards
Laser Components
Laser Hazards
Laser Safety Program
Types Of Lasers

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[wptabtitle]Lockout/Tagout and Hazardous Energy Control[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Primary audience is affected workers: those who operate or work in the area of equipment on which service or maintenance is being performed under lockout/tagout.

Secondary audience is authorized workers: those who perform maintenance and repair activities and need to practice lockout/tagout procedures.

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1910.147c(7)(I)

Overview

This course describes the features and implementation of OSHA’s Control of Hazardous Energy standard (29 CFR 1910.147). The material is intended for all “affected workers” and provides the essential information for “authorized workers” to safely perform work on both electrical and non-electrical (moving/rotating, hydraulic, pneumatic, chemical, or thermal) energy sources.

Course Objectives

Upon completing this course, you will be able to:

      • Identify the main types of hazardous energy and recognize which ones apply to you.
      • Describe the purpose of a lockout/tagout program.
      • Define the responsibilities of the individuals that are affected by a lockout/tagout program.
      • Apply methods and procedures involved in an effective lockout/tagout program.

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Definition Of Lockout/Tagout And When It Applies
Hazardous Energy
Individual Responsibilities And Procedures
Regulatory Requirements

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[wptabtitle]Machine Guarding General Industry[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Persons working with machinery in the U.S. – General Industry

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1910.212-219,243

Overview

This course introduces you to the hazards created from machinery. This course discusses how to protect yourself against these hazards and what devices and/or equipment are in place to aid in your overall safe operation of machinery.

Course Objectives

In this course, you will be able to:

      • Recognize the mechanical hazards associated with machines
      • Recognize, for the machines worked with, where the safeguards are located, how they provide protection, and what hazards they protect against
      • Explain how and under what circumstances guards can be removed
      • Explain what to if guards are missing, damaged, or inadequate

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Feeding And Ejection
Hazardous Actions & Motions
Safeguard By Location
Safeguard Removal
Safeguards
Safety Devices
Training & PPE
Types Of Guards

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[wptabtitle]Managing Workplace Safety and Health[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Primary Readers: Supervisors and managers

Secondary Readers: EHS professionals, employees

Overview

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

Course Objectives

After completing this course, the learner should be able to:

      • identify responsibilities for safety implementation.
      • use job safety analysis for hazard assessments.
      • conduct a safety inspection of work areas and observe employee behaviors.
      • conduct a basic accident investigation.
      • identify safety-training needs for worker populations.
      • correctly report and record occupational injuries and illnesses.

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Accident Investigation And Reporting
Communication And Employee Involvement
EHS Training
Emergency Procedures
Inspections
Job Safety Analysis
Osha Inspections
Rate Yourself As A Manager
Safety Implementation Responsibilities

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[wptabtitle]Medical Emergency Response in Industrial Environments[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Trained Medical Emergency Response Personnel

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1926.50 (c)

Overview

This course provides medical emergency response team (MERT) personnel with detailed information on how to respond to medical emergencies in the workplace. The course is designed to provide the learner with key information on the initial medical response skills necessary to evaluate and stabilize the patient prior to arrival of local EMS. Most often, this will only cover the first 15 minutes of the medical emergency, with EMS then arriving to take over patient management and transport. However, the first 15 minutes can be critical.

Course Objectives

In this course, you will be able to:

      • Control an accident scene while preventing further injury to rescuer or patient
      • Conduct initial and secondary assessment of patients
      • Give proper care for common injuries and illnesses

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: This course is limited to trained medical emergency response personnel and is intended to supplement existing knowledge on proper response to emergency incidents. People taking this course should have current certification in First Aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR).

Details

The course is divided into 10 units:

      • Unit 1: Scene Management
      • Unit 2: The ABCs
      • Unit 3: Management of Shock
      • Unit 4: Secondary Survey
      • Unit 5: Industrial Illnesses: Heat & Cold
      • Unit 6: Industrial Injuries: Burns
      • Unit 7: Industrial Injuries: Chemical Exposure
      • Unit 8: Cardiac Illnesses
      • Unit 9: Other Industrial Illnesses
      • Unit 10: Summary & Conclusion

Throughout this course you will be asked to participate in a variety of interactive exercises. Each exercise tests your knowledge on the course content. In addition, you will find links to additional information or resources that support the content presented.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

The Abc’s
Industrial Injuries: Burns
Industrial Injuries: Chemical Exposure
Industrial Illnesses: Cardiopulmonary Diseases
Industrial Illnesses: Heat & Cold
Management Of Shock
Other Industrial Illnesses
Scene Management
Secondary Survey

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[wptabtitle]Personal Protective Equipment[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Employees who are new to a company or who need a refresher in Personal Protective Equipment training.

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1910.132-133,136-138

Overview

This course identifies the types of PPE available, proper use and maintenance of PPE, as well as manager and employee responsibilities.

Course Objectives

After completing this course, students will be able to:

      • Explain the importance of wearing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
      • Identify PPE Responsibilities:
        • Management: To select PPE appropriately to task and to require its use
        • Employees: To use selected PPE consistently and correctly
      • Identify some of the uses and limitations of protection provided by specific types of PPE focusing on common examples of eye/face, head, body, foot, and hand protection
      • Explain the importance of assuring good fit and how to inspect, clean, and maintain PPE

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the course.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Body Protection
Eye & Face Protection
Hand Protection
Head Protection
Other Kinds Of PPE
PPE Responsibilities
Protective Footwear

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[wptabtitle]Powered Industrial Truck Safety[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Primary Audience: Potential operators of Powered Industrial Trucks, whether first-time users or experienced operators in need of a safety review.

Secondary Audience: Supervisors, company safety personnel, and maintenance personnel.

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1910.178(l)

Overview

As required by 29 CFR 1910.178, operators of Powered Industrial Trucks must complete a specific program of training (including formal instruction, practical training and an evaluation of performance). This course assists in meeting training requirements by providing principles and procedures involved in the safe operation of these vehicles.

Course Objectives

At the completion of this course the student should understand the following as they apply to powered industrial trucks:

      • Safety practices in preparing a forklift/powered-truck for use
      • Principles of stability
      • Inspection protocol
      • Safe driving practices

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Driving A Load
Fueling And Charging
Pre-Use Inspections
Regulations
Safe Driving Practices
Types Of Industrial Trucks

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[wptabtitle]Radiation Safety[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Workers using ionizing or non-ionizing radiation-producing equipment, not including radioisotopes or lasers.

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1926.53(b)

Overview

This online training course describes ionizing and non-ionizing radiation, potential health hazards of radiation-producing industrial equipment, and how to control workplace exposure to radiation through engineering controls and safe handling procedures.

Course Objectives

At the end of this course the student will understand:

      • Basic definitions of ionizing and non-ionizing radiation, and sample sources for each
      • Potential health hazards of radiation-producing industrial equipment
      • How to control workplace exposure to radiation

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Download the Letter of Accreditation

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Exposure Controls
Health Hazards
Radiation Basics
Regulations And Exposure Limits
Survey Requirements

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[wptabtitle]Radioisotope Safety in the Laboratory[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Employees that are in a research environment, and/or laboratory environment

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1926.53(b)

Overview

Radiation exposure from use of radioactive materials can cause adverse health effects. Using exposure controls and following safe work practices help minimize radiation exposures and prevent radiation contamination of work areas and equipment. After completing this course, learners will be able to identify safety issues associated with radioisotopes commonly used in the laboratory environment, describe health hazards associated with radiation, identify exposure control methods and monitoring techniques, and follow appropriate emergency procedures.

Course Objectives

After completing this course, students will be able to:

      • Identify safety issues associated with radioisotopes commonly used in the laboratory environment
      • Describe health hazards associated with radiation
      • Identify exposure control methods and monitoring techniques
      • Follow appropriate emergency procedures

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Emergency Response
Exposure Controls
Health Effects
Program Elements
Radiation Basics
Radioactive Waste Handling
Survey Requirements

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[wptabtitle]Respiratory Protection[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Primary Readers: Respirator users

Secondary Readers: Supervisors, ESH personnel

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 19 10.134(c) (l)(vii)(viii)

Overview

As part of a complete Respiratory Program ALL employees who wear respirators are required to have instruction in the use and proper care of respirators.

Course Objectives

This course provides coverage of the training required by OSHA including: Types of respirators and when to use them, capabilities and limitations of respirators, medical requirements for using respirators, how to fit-test and leak-test respirators, care and maintenance of respirators, and the typical contents of a written respiratory protection program. After taking this course, you will be aware of:

      • Types of respirators and when to use them
      • Capabilities and limitations of respirators
      • Medical requirements for using respirators
      • How to fit test and leak test respirators
      • Care and maintenance of respirators

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Upon successful completion of the online exam, students will receive a certification (suitable for framing) as well as a wallet card for training documentation as required by OSHA standards.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Credit Education Units: This course qualifies for 0.5 American Board of Industrial Hygiene (ABIH) Credit Education Units (CEU’s).

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Download the Letter of Accreditation

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Emergencies
Exposure Assessment
Fit Testing
Leak Testing
Medical Requirements
Respirator Care And Maintenance
Respirator Selection
Types Of Respirators
Written Program

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[wptabtitle]Safe and Defensive Driving[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Employees who must drive automobiles (cars, vans, pickups) as part of their job. Positions like field sales personnel, field technicians, or personnel visiting offsite locations including delivery of small parts or equipment, will benefit from this course. Large delivery trucks are beyond the scope of this course.

Overview

When driving, we sometimes take on a different personality. Unfortunately that personality is often a reckless risk taker, or someone that is overly aggressive. The Safe and Defensive Driving training course discusses tips and techniques for avoiding risks and aggression. The course also identifies numerous factors that appear as innocent actions, but have the potential to cause accidents and injuries.

This course, designed for commercial as well as “pleasure” drivers, teaches the techniques to be a safe driver. Check with your insurance company after receiving your Certificate of Completion. Many Insurers offer premium discounts from 5% to 20% for completing a defensive driving course.

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this course, the student will be able to:

      • Recognize external factors that inhibit drivers ability to concentrate
      • Apply techniques for focusing attention to the task of driving
      • Detect behaviors and situations that may weaken driving ability
      • Employ stress-reducing actions to avoid unsafe driving
      • Complete a pre-trip checklist to ensure vehicle safety
      • Recall procedures for contingency plans, in case of emergency situations

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Assessment & Statistics
Defensive Driving
Emergencies
How Does A Safe Driver Behave?
International Driving
What Does A Safe Driver Do?
What Makes A Safe Driver?

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[wptabtitle]Semiconductor Hazardous Energy Control[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Employees that:

      • Perform maintenance on machines or equipment
      • Use machines or equipment on which servicing is performed
      • Work around machinery or equipment, which use hazardous energy
      • Need training in hazardous energy control.

Applicable Regulation/s

29 CFR 1910.147c(7)(I)

Overview

Hazardous energy is any energy that if released in an uncontrolled manner has the potential to cause harm or potentially fatal injuries. Semiconductor fabrication facilities (fabs) and semiconductor equipment manufacturing facilities are complex work places containing nearly every type of hazardous energy. This course will teach you to understand and follow established procedures to help safeguard you from such harm. This course also discusses the practices and procedures used to control hazardous energy, referred to as lockout/tagout.

Course Objectives

Upon completing this course, students will be able to:

      • Identify the main types of hazardous energy and recognize which ones apply to you
      • Describe the purpose of a lockout/tagout program
      • Define the responsibilities of the individuals that are affected by a lockout/tagout program
      • Apply methods and procedures involved in an effective lockout/tagout program

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of course.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No Prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Lockout/Tagout
Methods Of Controlling Energy
Procedures & Requirements
Regulations
Types Of Hazardous Energy

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[wptabtitle]Semiconductor Process Chemical Safety (Part Two)[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Employees working in semiconductor fabrication manufacturing, research, and maintenance operations, as well as semiconductor equipment manufacturing.

Overview

This course is intended to provide you with specific information about chemical hazards in semiconductor (and related) operations and provide them with additional knowledge about engineering, administrative, and personal protective equipment controls. This is the second training course in a series of two and does require that the student has successfully completed Process Chemical Safety for the Semiconductor Industry (Initial Training).

Course Objectives

Upon completion of this advanced training course, students will be able to:

      • Identify the main chemicals and processes used in semiconductor manufacture
      • Identify chemical hazards in semiconductor (and related) operations
      • Explain the use of engineering, administrative, and personal protective equipment controls to reduce the risks associated with chemicals
      • Follow key emergency procedures and practices for semiconductor operations

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the course.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: Process Chemical Safety for the Semiconductor Industry (Initial Training).

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Administrative Controls
Categories Of Semiconductor Chemicals
Chemical By-Products
Emergency Procedures In Semiconductor Operations
Engineering Controls
Personal Protective Equipment
Semiconductor Process Steps
Special Hazards For Compound Semiconductor Operations

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[wptabtitle]Semiconductor Process Chemical Safety (Part One)[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Employees who are new to a company or who need a refresher in semiconductor chemical safety training.

Overview

This course is intended to provide you with knowledge and information about the hazards associated with chemical substances, hazard communication techniques, procedures for safe handling, and storage of chemicals.

Course Objectives

After completing this course, students will be able to:

      • Recognize the hazards associated with chemical substances
      • Identify hazard communication techniques, and
      • Identify procedures for safe handling, and storage of chemicals

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the course.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No Prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Chemical Hazards
Communication & Labels
Emergency Procedures
Handling & Storage
Health & Physical Hazards
Protective Equipment

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[wptabtitle]Semiconductor Electrical Safety Awareness[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

This course online training course is developed specifically for employees of the Semiconductor industry that have exposure or responsibilities where electrical safety is a concern.

Overview

The course is divided into nine units:

      • Unit 1: Qualified Persons
      • Unit 2: Fundamentals of Electricity
      • Unit 3: Effects of Electricity
      • Unit 4: Preparing to Work Safely
      • Unit 5: Recognizing Hazards
      • Unit 6: Safe Work Practices
      • Unit 7: Other Electrical Devices
      • Unit 8: Emergency Response
      • Unit 9: Summary & Conclusion

Throughout the course you will be asked to participate in a variety of interactive exercises. Each exercise tests your knowledge on the course content. At the end of the course, you will need to take a final exam to quantify your understanding of the course materials. The course duration is approximately 1 hour and can be completed at your convenience in multiple sessions.

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No Prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Unit 1: Qualified Persons
Unit 2: Fundamentals of Electricity
Unit 3: Effects of Electricity
Unit 4: Preparing to Work Safely
Unit 5: Recognizing Hazards
Unit 6: Safe Work Practices
Unit 7: Other Electrical Devices
Unit 8: Emergency Response
Unit 9: Summary & Conclusion

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[wptabtitle]Vacuum Technology (Part Two)[/wptabtitle][wptabcontent]

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Who Should Take This Course?

Personnel new to the vacuum industry, such as process, development, sales, service, research and scientific staff.

Overview

This online training course is the second in a series of two trainings and requires the student to have successfully completed Vacuum Technology Part 1 (Initial Training). This course provides an overview of vacuum technology, its applications, a review of the equipment used for vacuum production and measurement, couplings and valves, and leak detection.

Course Objectives

After completing part two of this course, you will be able to:

      • Describe the instruments used to measure the degree of vacuum reached
      • Explain how connections between components are made and describe the choice of vacuum valves available
      • Explain how air leaks into vacuum systems are detected
      • Review in more detail some vacuum applications

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: Vacuum Technology Initial Training, Part 1

Details

The Vacuum Technology course is divided into ten units:

      • Unit 1: Pressure Measurement
      • Unit 2: Vacuum Pipeline Couplings
      • Unit 3: Vacuum System Valves
      • Unit 4: Vacuum Leak Detection
      • Unit 5: Vacuum Applications
      • Unit 6: Chemical & Pharmaceuticals
      • Unit 7: TV Tube Manufacture
      • Unit 8: Metallurgy & Coating
      • Unit 9: Laboratory & Research Development
      • Unit 10: Summary & Conclusion

Throughout the course you will be asked to participate in a variety of interactive exercises. Each exercise tests your knowledge on the course content. In addition, you will find links to additional information or resources that support the content presented. Please feel free to print these resources for your files. Completion of the course requires you pass a final exam to validate your learning retention. The course should take approximately 45 minutes to complete.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Chemical & Pharmaceuticals
Laboratory & Research Development
Metallurgy & Coating
Pressure Measurement
TV Tube Manufacture
Vacuum Applications
Vacuum Leak Detection
Vacuum Pipeline Couplings
Vacuum System Valves

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Who Should Take This Course?

This course is intended for newcomers involved in the vacuum industry, as operators, specialist engineers, or in technical roles.

Overview

Vacuum technology is important for industry, science, and society at large. In industry, vacuum is extensively used in the manufacturing of a wide variety of products including microchips, pharmaceuticals, bio-chemicals, metallurgical components, and scientific instruments. In this online training, the first in a series of two, the Vacuum Technology course introduces learners to topics like vacuum definition, units that measure vacuums, how a vacuum is produced and vacuum applications.

Course Objectives

After completing this course students will be able to:

      • Define vacuum and apply the pressure units used to measure it
      • Explain how vacuum is produced
      • Give examples of vacuum applications

Completion Instructions, Requirements, and Checklist

Assessment Quiz on completion of the module.

CEU’s, Duration, Prerequisites

Duration: 1-2 Hours

Prerequisites: No Prerequisites are assigned to this course.

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Dry Pump
Main Vacuum Pump Types
Mechanical Booster Pump
Oil-Sealed Rotary-Vane Pump
On-Tool Pumping
Turbomolecular Pump
Units Of Measurement And Altitude
Vacuum Applications
Vacuum Pumps

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Who Should Take This Course?

Most workers in industrial, manufacturing, field, sports, and even offices will benefit from this course. If tolerance is running low in your work environment, or if there have been instances of confrontational behavior, verbal threats, and even leering (staring), then this course can introduce and emphasize the importance of tolerance and understanding worker differences.

Overview

Workplace violence is an important issue that impacts every working environment. Homicide is now the second leading cause of all work-related deaths. Moreover, other forms of violence, such as verbal threats, physical confrontations, and harassing phone calls, are on the rise. This course defines workplace violence, presents indicators for identifying it, and discusses example scenarios for dealing with it.

Course Objectives

At the end of this course the student will understand:

      • what workplace violence is
      • indicators of the potential for violence
      • preventive measures
      • techniques for diffusing a violent situation
      • what to do following a workplace violence incident

Course Topics – Contact Us for a Detailed Outline

Topics in this course include:

      • Workplace Violence
      • Indicators
      • Prevention
      • Examining Workplace Violence
      • Follow Up
      • Workplace Stress
      • Conclusion

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