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OSHA 10 General Industry
This OSHA 10 course teaches recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of safety and health hazards in workplaces and provides information regarding workers’ rights, employer responsibilities, how to file a complaint and is designed for workers to stay up-to-date with their OSHA safety requirements. Completion results in a valid OSHA 10-hour card. A variety of health and safety workplace topics are covered in the OSHA 10 General Industry Training course.
Any worker that wants to acquire knowledge on workplace safety.
Workers using machinery may be exposed to several hazards that can lead to injury or even death. In the process of removing or avoiding hazards, workers must learn to recognize the hazards associated with the different types of equipment and safety precautions necessary to prevent those hazards. In this machine guarding course, participants will learn the purpose and importance of machine guarding in preventing injuries.
Any worker who works in an environment where machines are present.
Ergonomics is the science of a full range of tasks including, but not limited to, lifting, holding, pushing, walking and reaching. Many ergonomic problems result from technological changes such as increased assembly line speeds, adding specialized tasks and increased repetition. In this ergonomics compliance course, you will learn the importance of ergonomics in the workplace and how to avoid ergonomic injuries by following OSHA guidelines.
Any worker in either an office or non-office environment.
Workers servicing or maintaining machines or equipment may obtain serious or fatal injuries if hazardous energy is not properly controlled. In this training, participants will learn the OSHA Lock, Tag, Try standards which require the adoption and implementation of practices and procedures to shut down equipment, isolate it from its energy source(s), and prevent the release of potentially hazardous energy while maintenance and servicing activities are being performed.
This course is designed to be delivered as 2 modules, consecutively. Module I introduces Lock, Tag, Try to any employee whose job is affected when equipment is locked out and Module II, for authorized employees only, covers the details of roles & responsibilities to ensure safe procedures are being adhered to.
HAZWOPER is a set of standards that was designed and implemented by OSHA (Occupational Safety and Health Administration) to protect workers and companies that deal with hazardous waste operations. Being exposed to hazardous substances can inflict a wide range of negative health effects, some of which can lead to death. In this training, participants will be shown how to comply with hazard management and hazardous waste regulations as required by OSHA and other federal safety agencies. Training topics include decontamination, hazardous chemicals, and more.
Any worker who works in an environment where hazardous materials are present.
Understand industrial hygiene practices along with OSHA regulations and procedures. Participants will learn about OSHA health standards, respiratory protection, exposure limits, engineering controls, hazard communication, hearing protections, and other related topics as well as practice using scenarios to describe the hazards present and decide which OSHA standards apply.
Safety, health, environmental and management personnel who have industrial hygiene responsibilities.
The main goal of safety and health programs is to prevent workplace injuries, illnesses, and deaths, as well as the suffering and financial hardship these events can cause for workers, their families, and employers. A clear, written policy helps you communicate that safety and health is a primary organizational value – as important as productivity, profitability, product or service quality, and customer satisfaction. Learn the core elements of a Safety & Health program, how to define the goals of your plan and effectively communicate them and how to allocate resources to implement the plan.
Hand and power tools can be very hazardous in industry and have the potential for causing severe injuries when used or maintained improperly. This course is designed to present a summary of the basic procedures and safeguards associated with hand and portable power tools. After completing this course, participants will be able to recognize the hazards associated with different types of tools and understand the necessary safety precautions that should be taken for each.
Any worker who uses hand and power tools on their job and wants to become educated on the safety of those tools.
The efficient handling and storing of materials are vital to industry. Unfortunately, the improper handling and storing of these materials often result in costly injuries. This materials handling training teaches employees what they should know before moving, handling and storing materials and also what the potential hazards are for workers.
Any worker who is engaged in material handling activities.
OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogens standard is a federal OSHA regulation that prescribes safeguards to protect workers against the health hazards from exposure to blood and other potentially infectious materials, and to reduce their risk from this exposure. After completing this course, participants will have the knowledge to comply with OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogens Standard and CDC directives regarding risks and precautions associated with exposure to blood and other potentially infectious materials.
Any worker who is at risk for occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens on their job.
The US Department of Labor (DOL) lists falls as one of the leading causes of traumatic occupational death, accounting for a high percentage rate of all occupational fatalities from trauma. In this fall protection training, participants will be provided with the tools to identify fall hazards and decide how to best protect themselves by reducing or eliminating these hazards.
Any worker whose job requires them to work on any type of elevated surface in which a fall could occur.
Exposure to heat can cause illness and death. While the most serious heat illness is heat stroke, other heat illnesses such as heat exhaustion, heat cramps and heat rash, should also be avoided. There are precautions that can be taken any time temperatures are high and the job involves physical work. In this course, participants will learn the risk factors and symptoms of heat illness and how to protect themselves and other workers from developing such illness.
Any worker who is exposed to heat on the job, in either an indoor or outdoor setting.