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Arc Flash


Arc Flash focuses on what arc flash is, its hazards and how employees can avoid it on the job. Using a powerful combination of audio, full-motion video, text and colorful graphics, this course provides the most cost-effective safety and regulatory compliance training available today. The course is divided into a number of logical sections so information is easily understood... and retained. Electricity is so common in our homes and workplaces that we normally don't think twice about using it. But electricity kills and injures thousands of people every year, so it's important to understand its hazards and know how to avoid them. Electricity poses two major hazards to people who work with it. The most intense is arc flash, a violent release of electrical energy that causes severe injuries and fatalities. The second is shock, which can cause burns, internal injuries, cardiac arrest? even be fatal.

Back Safety 101 - Orientation


Back pain is one of the leading causes of not only workplace injury, but general industry as well. It afflicts nearly 2/3 of the current workforce and is one of the most common reasons for missed work.

Back Safety 102 - Sitting and Lifting


Back pain is one of the leading causes of not only workplace injury, but general industry as well. It afflicts nearly 2/3 of the current workforce and is one of the most common reasons for missed work.

Back Safety 103 - Refresher


Back safety had become one of the leading causes of workplace injury and loss of worker productivity. Through repeated movements, improper lifting and the urgency to complete tasks, employers are hurting themselves every day.

Bloodborne Pathogens


Bloodborne Pathogens in Commercial and Industrial Facilities DVD Program provides essential information while assisting commercial and industrial organizations in fulfilling the training requirements contained in the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard. Bloodborne diseases continue to pose major health problems. Increasing infection rates for Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C are now making them as serious a concern as HIV, the virus which can often lead to AIDS. So it’s more important than ever for employees to understand the hazards of bloodborne pathogens, the policies and practices that can prevent their transmission, and the OSHA regulations that address them.

Caught In-between Hazards in Construction Environments


Caught-In/Between Hazards in Construction Environments Construction Safety provides the information employees need to recognize the caught-in/between hazards that are associated with construction tasks and avoid them before accidents happen. Caught-in/between accidents occur when a person is squeezed, caught, crushed, pinched or compressed between two or more objects. They are one of the four top causes of fatalities in construction work, and can result in serious injuries as well.

Confined Space


Confined Space Program provides employees with the information they need to stay safe in Permit Spaces and helps employers stay in compliance with OSHA requirements… whether they doing "general industry" or "construction" type work. OSHA's May 2015 Confined Spaces in Construction regulation (CFR 29 1926 Subpart AA) not only includes specific requirements for construction activities in confined spaces, it also clarifies many of the rules included in its Permit-Required Confined Spaces Standard for General Industry (29 CFR Part 1910.146) as well.

Crane Safety in Construction Environments


Crane Safety in Construction Environments points out to employees that over 90% of crane-related accidents are caused by human error... and that they are the key to preventing these incidents. While there are many different types of cranes, they all have the ability to make many jobs much easier by lifting enormous weight. But they also share the potential for disaster when they are not operated safely.
Crane-related accidents can often be deadly, due to the cumbersome and heavy loads that are lifted. A small miscalculation, or a brief moment of inattention, and tragedy could strike. Once a load falls, not much can be done to stop it, and there is little time for people to move safely out of the way. A coworker could be injured or killed, and expensive equipment or materials could be damaged or destroyed... even the crane itself.

Dealing with Drug Abuse with Employees


Dealing with Drug and Alcohol Abuse… for Employees in Construction Environments Construction discusses the hazards of substance abuse, how employees can avoid them and what they can do to help keep their workplace drug and alcohol-free. In the United States there are over 38 million binge drinkers, almost 25 million illegal drug users and more than 6 million people who abuse prescription drugs... and most of them have jobs. Substance abuse directly affects a construction worker's personality, health and ability to function safely on a worksite. It can also decrease productivity, create a hostile work environment and damage their company's reputation.

Dealing with Drug Abuse with Managers


Dealing with Drug and Alcohol Abuse… for Managers and Supervisors in Construction Environments Construction Safety discusses drug and alcohol abuse, the damage it causes to workers and the businesses that employ them, and what should be done to create and maintain a drug and alcohol-free job site. Most substance abusers have jobs. In fact, it is estimated that one out of every ten employees has a drug or alcohol problem. A construction worker's behavior "under the influence" can decrease productivity, create a hostile work environment and damage their company's reputation. Worst of all it can significantly increase the chances of worksite incidents and injuries.

Defensive Driver 101 - Orientation


Automobile accidents happen everyday. From fender benders to full on collisions, small distractions and poor judgment cause numerous accidents, many of them deadly. However, with the proper driving skills, and learning to drive defensively, you can go a long way to preventing many accidents from occurring.

Defensive Driver 102 - Distracted Driving


When many people think of car accidents, they often think they occur from bad weather, icy roads, or mechanical problems with the car, but many accidents are caused by simply not paying attention – being on your phone, listening to the radio, talking with passengers. Anything that distracts your attention from the road can quickly cause an accident.

Defensive Driver 103 - Refresher


Defensive Driving is something we all hear about, but few of us ever do. Yet, if we employed Defensive Driving techniques in our daily lives, many car accidents could be avoided. Defensive Driving not only refers to being aware of your own vehicle and surroundings, it refers to being aware of other people on the road and what they may or may not do.

Defensive Driver 104 - Speed Kills


Over one third of all fatal crashes are caused by speeding. On average, speeding costs more than $40 billion in damages and takes over 13,000 lives a year. Driving too fast for the road you are on (or the condition you are in) as well as going over the speed limit is dangerous and deadly. While the urgency of today's workplace requires one to constantly be on the go, this is no excuse for driving dangerously or putting yourself and others at risk.

Defensive Driver 105 - Hazardous Weather


Rain. Show. Ice. Fog. Wind. Hazardous weather takes on many forms and has a huge impact on one's ability to drive safely. Knowing how to react and respond in various types of weather will go a long way in keeping you, and other drivers, safe on the road.

Electrical Safety 101 - Orientation


The introduction to any new job can be confusing and overwhelming. As a new employee, you want to do a great job, impress your supervisor, and your coworkers. But extensive knowledge of your workplace, and it's operations, is critical to working safely. This begins by asking questions, being aware of your environment, and understanding the procedures in place. NEVER assume a task is completed the same way it was at a previous job.

Electrocution Hazards in Construction Part 1


The first in a two-part series on electrocution hazards, Electrocution Hazards In Construction Environments PART I… Types of Hazards and How You Can Protect Yourself Program discusses the major types of electrocution hazards, and how employees can protect themselves from electrical hazards and electrocution in construction environments. There are a number of causes of shock, electrical burns and electrocution. If the power to electrical equipment is not grounded, the grounding path has been broken, or there are live parts or bare wires, a fault current can travel through your body. Even when a piece of equipment or a tool is properly grounded, it can instantly change from safe to hazardous because of extreme conditions or rough treatment. So employees need to know what hazards to watch out for and how they can protect themselves. Topics covered in this program include electrical hazards and electrocution, major types of electrocution hazards, power lines and GFCI's, power tools and extension cords, lock-out/tag-out and more.

Electrocution Hazards in Construction Part 2


The second in a two-part series on electrocution hazards, Electrocution Hazards In Construction Environments PART II… Employer Requirements Interactive Course discusses the major types of electrocution hazards, and how employees can protect themselves from electrical hazards and electrocution in construction environments, as well as employers' responsibilities in these areas. Construction sites can contain a number of potential electrical hazards. OSHA defines four types of hazards that are associated with electricity, and three types of injuries that result from them. Direct contact with electricity, through a power source, cord or transmission line is the most common type of electrical hazard, and can occur in a number of ways. Employers are required to train workers regarding electrocution hazards and the measures that they should take to control the hazards. Employers must also put procedures into place so that workers can get answers to any questions that they have about working safely around electrocution hazards. Topics covered in this course include electrical hazards and electrocution, power lines and isolation, tools and equipment, Assured Equipment Grounding Conductor Programs, lock-out/tag-out, employee training and more. Using a powerful combination of audio, full-motion video, text and colorful graphics, this course provides the most cost-effective safety and regulatory compliance training available today.

Emergency Response


The Emergency Response Plan Program assists facilities in complying with the employee training requirements of OSHA's HAZWOPER regulation (29 CFR 1910.120), and instructs employees who deal with hazardous materials why planning for emergencies is critical for their safety. Hazardous materials and waste are part of many work situations, and can be found on many types of job sites. OSHA feels that it is so important for employees to know how to recognize these potentially dangerous substances (as well as how to handle and dispose of them properly) they have mandated that anyone working with these materials receive comprehensive training in this area. In 1976, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) to regulate the handling of hazardous waste from cradle to grave. Since then other regulations have followed, including OSHA's 29 CFR 1910.120, also known as HAZWOPER. As part of these regulations, there are varying requirements for employee training, depending on an employee's specific level of involvement with hazardous materials.

Eye Safety in Construction Environments


Eye Safety in Construction Environments Construction Safety provides employees with the information they need to recognize and avoid eye hazards that they can encounter on a job site. An estimated 24 million eye injuries occur in the U.S. each year. About 2,000 of them will occur today, and every day thereafter, while people are at work.All too many of them will cause the victim to lose some or all of their eyesight. But eye injuries can be prevented.

Excavator Safety 101 - Orientation


Construction projects center around the ability to demolish buildings, move earth, and carry heavy objects. The machine most often used for this is the excavator. An excavator saves countless hours at construction sites by quickly being able to move earth, dig, haul away debris, break ground, and many other things. But each of these tasks involves risk, and to work safely you must understand how the excavator operates and how to stay safe.

Excavator Safety 103 - Refresher


An excavator saves countless hours at construction sites by quickly being able to move earth, dig, haul away debris, break ground, and many other things. Each of these tasks involves risk, and to work safely you must understand how the excavator operates and how to stay safe. Because of its size, an excavator can be difficult to maneuver and can easily present a hazard, not only to the operator, but also to the workers around it.

Ergonomics 101 - Orientation


We are all different. How we sit, how we stand, how far we reach to use the keyboard. All of us are shaped differently but most furniture and equipment is not. Desks, chairs, counter tops...they are usually standardized. And although they may work for some, other find themselves contorted, putting unnecessary strain on their bodies, simply to do their daily tasks. This is why Ergonomics has become so important to health and safety.

Ergonomics 103 - Refresher


When people think of Ergonomics they think of a desk, chair, computer, all properly aligned to fit the individual. And although this is true, Ergonomics is also the adjustment of a workplace to improve worker comfort and performance.

Fall Protection 101 - Orientation


Falls are one of the leading causes of injury in the workplace, and every year workers are killed by falls. However they are also one of the mot preventable injuries, and knowing what safety equipment to use and how to use it can go a long way to keeping you safe.

Forklift Operator 101 - Orientation


While the forklift is one of the most important tools in many workplaces, it is also the cause of many accidents and injuries. Improper use of forklifts and lack of training are the major cause of these accidents. Yet, with proper training and certification, most of these accidents can be avoided.

Forklift Operator 102 - Operator Training


While the forklift is one of the most important tools in many workplaces, it is also the cause of many accidents and injuries. Forklift Operator Training is often overlooked or addressed quickly, but it is imperative to your safety. An In-depth, hands on training should be an integral part of forklift operations, along with several days practice before any employee should be allowed to operate this machine in their workplace tasks.

Forklift Operator 104 - Straddle Stackers


The forklift is one of the most common pieces of equipment in workplaces today. While commonly thought of something you drive, there is another class of forklifts specifically designed for compact warehouses and narrow spaces. These are the Electric Motor Hand Trucks, Narrow Aisle Trucks, and Hand/Rider Forklifts, and are often referred to as Straddle Stackers. These forklifts are smaller and have the ability to easily navigate tight spaces. They can also raise and lower a load above several feet. However, even though they are small, they can still be hazardous. Hazards include being run over, loads spilling, being crushed, and having the forklift tip over.

Forklift Operator 301 - Supervisor Orientation

Powered industrial trucks are one of the most accident prone tools in the workplace today. Accidents are very common, but almost all of them are due to improper training and lack of skill, This is why thorough and hands on training is critical to working safely.

Hand and Power Tools 101 - Orientation


From tightening a screw, to cutting wood, to mixing ingredients, tools are used in every major workplace today. Tools are an integral part of our lives and have become so commonplace they are almost an extension of us and our hands. We have tools for almost every task, tools specific to right and left handed workers and gadgets for tasks so easy, such as opening a pop can, they can often be overlooked, and their dangers forgotten.

Hand and Power Tools 103 - Refresher


Tools are one of the most important parts of our workplace. They help us perform tasks and finish work and we all use them daily. Yet these same tools can cause a serious injury when not used properly. Working safely around tools is centered around your knowledge of a tools design and function,along with awareness of your work environment and coworkers.

Hand and Wrist Injuries 101 - Orientation


Hands are one of the versatile and amazing parts of our bodies. It is used in almost every action and movement we take, and our hands are critical to completing tasks safely. Because we use our hands so often, hand injuries are one of the leading causes of accidents in the workplace. While most of us have experienced minor cuts and pain, severe hand injuries are very common.

Hand and Wrist Injuries 102 - Carpal Tunnel


The hands and the wrist are two of the most complex, yet critical parts of our bodies. through the course of our daily activities we put our hands through a gauntlet of activity. Without our hands and wrists the use of our hands would be vastly limited. One of the most common hand and wrist ailments today is Carpal Tunnel Syndrome. Yet it can easily be avoided by knowing what to look for and the actions you can take to avoid it.

Hand and Wrist Injuries 103 - Refresher


Every action you take in the workplace involves your hands and fingers. With the frequency of activities involving your hands, the rate of accident is much higher for hands than other parts of the body. Even minor cuts and sprains can affect overall performance and have a lasting effect.

Hazard Communications 101 - Orientation


Chemicals are used daily, in almost all workplace settings. Each type of chemical, regardless of its use has hazards. These hazards can lead to a variety of health issues from mild to severe and to work safely you must know and understand the chemicals you are using. Your Safety Data Sheets will provide this information, along with everything you need to know about the working with and around the chemical.

Hazard Communications 104 - Solvents


Solvents are everywhere. They are used daily in both the home and the workplace. They are so common, you may not know you are working with one. But solvents can be dangerous and to work
safely you must understand what you are working with and how to protect yourself.

Heat Awareness 101 - Orientation


Heat is a common issue in many workplaces, whether it is from direct sun exposure or operating equipment indoors in a hot surrounding, heat can easily make you sick and in some cases, even kill you. Heat exposure, exhaustion and even heat stroke can come suddenly and without warning.

Incident Investigation 101 - Orientation


In every workplace today, there are injuries, accidents, and near misses. Yet each of these factors can be prevented through awareness and training. The only way to continue to work safely is to implement corrective actions and to allow these to evolve to the changing landscape of your workplace.

Ladder Safety 101 - Orientation


The introduction to any new job can be confusing and overwhelming. As a new employee, you want to do a great job, impress your supervisor, and your coworkers. But extensive knowledge of your workplace, and it's operations, is critical to working safely. This begins by asking questions, being aware of your environment, and understanding the procedures in place. NEVER assume a task is completed the same way it was at a previous job.

Machine Guarding 101 - Orientation


We use machines in almost every operation we do. From using a screw driver, to driving a car, to operating a hand saw, every tool we use has an application, but also protective measures to keep us safe. All machines can be hazardous and machine guards keep us safe. Machine Guards are what stands between you and the tool you are using and they come in many forms.

Machine Guarding 103 - Refresher


Machines are everywhere. From helping us overcome the hardest workplace tasks to assisting us on the most simple, machines are an integral part of any job site today. However, any tool, no matter how simple can cause an accident. Every tool and machine you use will have guards in place to protect you and these guards come in many forms.

New Hire Construction 101 - Orientation


Safety is the foundation for every workplace task, action and operation. No single job is urgent enough that we can't take time to do it safely. every workplace will have its own sets of hazards and procedures and to work safely you must know them, understand them and follow them.

New Hire Construction 102 - Orientation


The introduction to any new job can be confusing and overwhelming. As a new employee, you want to do a great job, impress your supervisor, and your coworkers. But extensive knowledge of your workplace, and it's operations, is critical to working safely. This begins by asking questions, being aware of your environment, and understanding the procedures in place. NEVER assume a task is completed the same way it was at a previous job.

OSHA Right to Know 101


Safety. Its a daily task and requires constant maintenance. Walk though any workplace today and you will see all sorts of safety protocols, from fire extinguishers, to Personal Protective Equipment, to air purifying machines.These protocols, established by OSHA in 1970 have drastically reduced worker accidents. As a worker you have rights under OSHA and OSHA entitles you to protection and a safe workplace.

OSHA Recordkeeping & Recording 101


Proper Recordkeeping and Reporting is an important part of worker safety. This critical paperwork includes both the Training Records for all current employees as well as any OSHA 300 Forms. OSHA 300 Forms are what provide details and documentation of the incidents which occurred at a work place. These records are public information and all workers have the right to access them to learn about the safety of their work environment.

OSHA Recordkeeping & Recording 102


One of the key points to worker safety is understanding how and why accidents occur. OSHA 300 Forms are what provide this information. These forms document workplace accidents, incidents and injuries which required medical attention beyond first aid. This information helps businesses and OSHA to develop new compliance programs that stay up to date, and keep workers safe.

Personal Protective Equipment 101 - Orientation


In every workplace we face dangers. These can come from the tools we use, the environment we are in or the height we have to scale to. While many of these dangers exist, most, if not all, accidents can be avoided by the Personal Protective Equipment you wear and use on the job.

Rigging and Lifting 101 - Orientation


Material handling is constant in many workplace environments, from warehouses to construction sites to manufacturing. While many objects can quickly be moved by yourself or with a coworker, others, because of their weight and dimensions, may require a hoist connected to a crane. It is critical that you know how to rig and secure a load properly and understand the weight limits and capabilities of the
crane you are using. One mistake or miscalculation can lead to serious injury.

Skid Steer 101 - Orientation


The introduction to any new job can be confusing and overwhelming. As a new employee, you want to do a great job, impress your supervisor, and your coworkers. But extensive knowledge of your workplace, and it's operations, is critical to working safely. This begins by asking questions, being aware of your environment, and understanding the procedures in place. NEVER assume a task is completed the same way it was at a previous job.

Skid Steer 103 - Refresher


The introduction to any new job can be confusing and overwhelming. As a new employee, you want to do a great job, impress your supervisor, and your coworkers. But extensive knowledge of your workplace, and it's operations, is critical to working safely. This begins by asking questions, being aware of your environment, and understanding the procedures in place. NEVER assume a task is completed the same way it was at a previous job.

Slips, Trips, and Falls 101 - Orientation


Over 25,000 Slip,Trips and Falls happen everyday making it one of the leading causes of workplace injuries. Feeling your feet slip out from underneath you is not only unsettling, it can cause serious pain. However most slips are preventable through workplace awareness, upkeep and proper equipment.

Slips, Trips, and Falls 103 - Refresher


Workplace hazards are everywhere, yet the ones we most often miss are right underneath us. The smallest item can cause a slip and even a small slip can cause serious pain. Big spills and hazards are usually marked and easy to identify, but small slips often go unnoticed and unlabeled making them dangerous.

Struck by Hazards in Construction


Struck-By Hazards in Construction Environments Program provides the information employees need to recognize the struck-by hazards that are associated with construction tasks and take steps to avoid them before accidents happen. Struck-by accidents occur when a person is hit by a moving object. On construction sites this can include being hit on the head by a falling hammer, hit by particles being thrown from a grinder, hit by a truck that's backing up, or hit by a load of wallboard that's being hoisted. Struck-by accidents are one of the four top causes of fatalities in construction work, and can result in serious injuries as well. But they don't have to happen.

Supported Scaffolding in Construction


Supported Scaffolding Safety in Construction Environments Program assists facilities of all types in complying with OSHA's Scaffolding regulation (29 CFR 1926.451), and helps employees understand the dangers of working with scaffolds, and how these risks can be minimized by knowing the correct ways to erect, maintain and use scaffolding equipment. Whenever a worker leaves the ground, the risk of an accident occurring increases dramatically. With more than 10,000 scaffold related injuries reported each year, OSHA has mandated that workers be trained on how to safely erect and use these work platforms. This program will help employers meet the training requirements of OSHA's Scaffolding regulation.

Suspended Scaffolding in Contruction


Suspended Scaffolding Safety in Construction Environments Program assists facilities of all types in complying with OSHA's Scaffolding regulation (29 CFR 1926.451), and helps employees understand the dangers of working with scaffolds, and how these risks can be minimized by knowing the correct ways to erect, maintain and use scaffolding equipment. Whenever a worker leaves the ground, the risk of an accident occurring increases dramatically. With more than 10,000 scaffold related injuries reported each year, OSHA has mandated that workers be trained on how to safely erect and use these work platforms. This program will help employers meet the training requirements of OSHA's Scaffolding regulation.

Trenching and Shoring Safety in Construction


Trenching and Shoring Safety in Construction Environments Program helps employees understand the hazards that can be encountered in trenching work as well as the OSHA regulations and safe work practices that can prevent accidents from occurring. Twenty percent of workplace fatalities in the U.S. involve construction workers, but their chances of getting killed on the job more than double when they're working in a trench. An average of two employees are killed every month when the trench they're working in collapses on them. But many of these deaths and thousands of injuries can be prevented.

Using Fire Extinguisher


Using Fire Extinguishers Program looks at different types of fires, discuss how they should be put out, and explain how employees can use extinguishers effectively and safely if a fire emergency occurs. More than a million fire emergencies are reported in the U.S. every year. When a workplace fire occurs, an employee will often be the first to respond, and fire extinguishers become the first line of defense against it.

Walking and Working Surfaces


Walking and Working Surfaces in Construction Environments Program focuses on the unique slip, trip and fall hazards found on construction sites, including unfinished surfaces and structures… and provides employees with practical procedures to help them avoid these hazards.

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