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This Confined Space Entry Training is based on the OSHA 1910.146 permit-required confined space standards for general industry. Click Learn More button for course objectives.
Who should take this course?All industries that conduct confined space entry activities.
Assessments/Final exam/Post-completion Instructions:
Students completing the course are eligible to take the final exam online. A score of 80% on the final exam is necessary to print your personalized certificate of completion. The student gets three attempts to pass the course.
What does it mean for your business?Employers must have their employees trained to comply with OSHA regulations before entering a confined space. Employers can get [Group Discounts] by enrolling four or more employees by filling out the [Group Enrollment] form or calling (888) 360-8764.
This Confined Space Entry Training is based on the OSHA 1910.146 permit-required confined space standards for general industry. Objectives of this course are for the student to:
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Great strides have been made in promoting knowledge about blood-borne pathogens. Training programs are designed to educate and provide awareness of the protective measures used to avoid exposure to blood-borne pathogens.
This program provides information about blood-borne pathogens and related diseases. Proper methods of infection and exposure control to avoid the risk of contamination of potentially infections materials are addressed.
The purpose of lockout/tagout is to prevent machinery or equipment from unexpected startup or release of hazardous energy while machinery is being serviced. The lockout/tagout program does not include cord and plug connected equipment. This program can also be called Control of Hazardous Energy because when you lockout/tagout,the purpose is to control all hazardous energy of the machine or equipment.
This program focuses on procedures for lockout/tagout with emphasis on safety.
With today’s technology, our work environment has changed. Workers must be efficient and well-trained. There are responsibilities associated with our jobs which will include safety. Safety applies to everyone in all departments including those in the office. Worker compensation costs are eroding profitability and business are faced with greater challenges. Safety laws and regulations are becoming more stringent and demanding.
Management has the responsibility to provide safety training and information for each job. Training and authorization must be given in order to operate machinery. If you are an expert in your field, the company may want to provide some guidelines to meet the company standards. There are new safety standards that may require job specific training. For example, a forklift operator must be trained in proper operations and all the potential hazards associated with operating a forklift.
This program touches on all areas of safety within the work environment.
This program concentrates on the risks of blood-borne pathogens and the precautions necessary. This course is directed at occupational exposures of blood-borne pathogens.
This program discusses the meaning of the four sections of the diamond-shaped warning symbol and their ratings.
This program touches on safety within the work environment.
This program is designed to provide up-to-date information about HAZCOM and identify areas that need more attention.
This program is an overview of your safety responsibilities to help perform your job safely.
This program will discuss the types of diseases and how to protect yourself in a safe manner if exposed.
According to the National Safety Council and medical research, 70% of back problems result from degeneration of spinal discs; 20% of backaches are attributed to inflammation; 10% are due to actual back injuries and other miscellaneous causes. Practicing safe lifting at home and work and having the right attitude about safety can be effective in preventing back injuries.
This program explains how the back works. We discuss how strains and muscles work so back injuries can be prevented.
The main purpose of inspections is accident prevention. The most effective inspector is one who actually works in the specific work area. Checklists are only guidelines. It is up to workers’ experience, expertise and knowledge in identifying potential safety hazards.
This program covers housekeeping, hazardous material, machinery inspections, and fire prevention.
This program covers risks in the workplace, exposure, disposing biohazards and the 14 elements of information to meet OSHA standards.
Course DescriptionAccidents can happen anywhere. We should be prepared to assist in an emergency but take precautions to protect ourselves from potential hazards such as blood-borne pathogens. Persons working in the healthcare field and rescue operations are at risk for being exposed to these hazards. Wearing personal protective equipment will reduce these hazards.
The company is responsible for developing a blood-borne pathogen policy and procedure according to local, state, and Federal regulations and standards. Advice from medical and legal professionals must be obtained when developing a blood-borne pathogen policy and procedure.
This program focuses on the potential hazards of blood-borne pathogens and the precautions to take in protecting yourself.
This program will review the types of protective protection equipment that are available and their use with an emphasis on safety.
Even though the 145 articles contained in the Code can be confusing and may contain what appears to be contradictory requirements, the authority having jurisdiction (AHJ) will be the fundamental decision maker. You will need to understand and follow their interpretation as to the significance of information contained in a particular article, section, or subsection.
During this course, particular emphasis will be provided when this situation is known to have occurred and some of the different perspectives will be presented to permit you to see several sides of a particular topic.
This course is made for drivers to improve their driving skills and learn something new. Death, injuries, and property damage in the U.S. must be reduced. It is extremely important to the citizens of this country to identify and implement all reasonable means to reduce human suffering and property loss that result from vehicle crashes. The attitudes and skills of drivers must be improved, and through effective driving safety programs, this can be accomplished.
1. Introduction2. Traffic Safety Problems3. Factors Influencing Driver Performance4. Traffic Laws and Procedures5. Alcohol, Drugs, and Traffic Safety6. Physical Forces That Influence Driver Control7. Perceptual Skills Needed For Driving8. Defensive Driving Strategies9. Emergency Driving Procedures10. Occupant Restraint and Protective Equipment11. Special Skills for Difficult Driving Situations12. Backing Basics
-Each Session is followed by a short session quiz. These quizzes vary in length and are scored at 80%.
Final Exam – 115 questions @ 70%
This course is ideal for small business owners, individual supervisors, and corporate enterprise-wide implementation.
Sexual harassment consists of unwanted, unwelcome sexual advances or sexual conduct in the workplace that has the effect of unreasonably interfering with a person’s work performance. This type of behavior can create an intimidating or hostile work environment.
The goal of eliminating sexual harassment in the workplace must begin with prevention. To accomplish this goal, our online Sexual Harassment Prevention training will:
This training will provide both workers and supervisors with the following concepts:
SPECIFIC LEARNING OBJECTIVESCourse participants will:
CATEGORY: General Industry
This training course is designed to provide a basic understanding of blood-borne pathogens, common modes of their transmission, methods of prevention, and other pertinent information. Through this course, students will able to meet the requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration’s (OSHA’s) Blood-borne Pathogen Standard.
- Understand the blood-borne pathogens
- Identify the types of diseases which can be transmitted through the blood-borne pathogens
- Recognize the symptoms of blood-borne diseases
- Understand how blood-borne pathogens may be transmitted in the workplace
- Understand the prevention measures and what to do if exposed to blood-borne pathogens
REGULATORY REQUIREMENT:Please see the state/regulatory requirement from the course catalog page.
SEAT TIME:This course has been approved for one hour.
TESTING: Quizzes – All quizzes must be passed with a 100% to proceed forward to the next lesson.Final Exam- Final Exam must be passed with a 70% to pass the course. The final exam can be taken three times if necessary.
This course is based on the recognized assessment specification OHSAS 18000. Taking this course can reduce risk, help you and your company stay in compliance with legal requirements, and improve overall performance.
This course has been designed to provide basic knowledge about the environment, environment management systems (EMS), ISO 14000, the relation between ISO 9000 and 14000, the integration of ISO 14001 and 9001, and the requirements of ISO 14001. The primary purpose of ISO 14000 series is to prevent pollution, protect the environment and improve the environmental performance of all kinds of organizations.
SEAT TIME:This course has been approved for 1 hour.
TESTING: Final Exam- All module quizzes require a 70% score to proceed forward in the course. The final exam must be passed with a 70% to receive a certificate of completion.
The Gory Story -Another motivating training program that uses photographs and program to illustrate dramatically the need for hand safety. Follows an injured person from his injury through surgery and recovery. This program contains extremely gruesome photos of people who were severely burned from electrical energy, crushing injuries, failure to lockout/tagout, and much more.
As the title implies, this is an extremely comprehensive program relating to Bloodborne Pathogens. This program covers all aspects of an EXPOSURE CONTROL PLAN, information relating to BBP diseases, including Hepatitis B, C, and HIV, as well as modes of transmission, PPE and acceptable work practices, emergency procedures, and recordkeeping requirements. Dr. Jeffery Kahn, Liver Transplant Surgeon from the University of Southern California discusses the different types of viruses and Bloodborne Pathogens in general. Excellent program for both medical and industrial applications.
Back injuries are responsible to the more lost time and injury related costs than any other injury. In addition, the vast majority of injuries are the result of improper lifting techniques and job set up. The variety of lifting tasks necessary in most industries require specific procedures, training and proper lifting techniques to prevent back injuries. This program is a ‘must see’ for all employees to learn techniques to prevent a life changing injury. This is also excellent refresher training for anyone who has experienced a back injury.
This is the most comprehensive and up-to-date back injury prevention video on the market. Back injury prevention and using ‘SYSTEM LIFTING’ means employees must have an understanding of their back anatomy and lifting techniques to ensure that they are lifting properly using the entire SYSTEM. An importan video for any organizations back injury prevention program.
This program explains the prime principles of safe lifting techniques, 10:1 lifting ratio, safe lifting zones, and much more. Use this video to compliment your back injury prevention program.
One of our BEST SELLERS! A fire extinguisher is a simple and effective piece of emergency equipment. This program explains the various classes of fires, different types of fire extinguishers, the key word PASS, and other tips for emergency use of fire extinguishers.
This program provides a good general overview of basic fire prevention techniques with emphasis on employee responsibilities for housekeeping; avoid blocking of emergency exits, fire prevention and fire extinguisher use.
This program provides important information for employees who use, handle, store, and dispose of chemicals in the workplace. Helps meet general training requirements for employees who use small amounts of chemicals on a daily basis.
This program details important safety procedures as they relate to static electricity, bonding and grounding of flammable liquids as well as how to reduce the effects of potential ignition and explosions by reducing static electricity while transferring flammables.
A new program that meets the academic training requirements for employees who work in areas with potential hydrogen sulfide exposures. Explains new exposure levels and other important safety consideration relating to hydrogen sulfide.
Employees must have a solid safety awareness when working with flammable and/or combustible materials. This program demonstrates how to store, use, handle, labeling, and disposal of these materials.
This program is designed to meet the training requirements of anyone involved in the shipment of hazardous materials, which includes shipping/receiving personnel. Explains CFR 49, Parts 100-185 and discusses the North American Emergency Response Guidebook, HAZMAT training requirements for shippers, and teaches viewers how to use 49 CFR HAZMAT tables, and special provisions. An excellent basic course for shippers of hazardous materials.
“OSHA requires that all forklift operators must be fully trained prior to being released to operate. This is a comprehensive program for forklift operators in the manufacturing environment. This program reviews OSHA safe operating rules, engineering principles, forklift maintenance and more.”
Aerials lifts have become common in many companies needed to safely reach elevated locations. This program addresses the importance of regular equipment inspections as well as maintenance, fall protection and general safety requirements related to the use of aerial lifts.
“Three short programs covering: Engineering Principles, OSHA Operating Rules, and Equipment Maintenance all designed for instructors to help develop and teach their own forklift operator program.”
This program examines proper safety procedures for operating and maintaining powered pallet jacks. Topics include operator safety rules, daily maintenance procedures, and general safety procedures when operating this equipment. This program can also used to train manual pallet jack operators.
This program highlights the relationship of forklift operators and other workers for their equal responsibility in providing a safe working environment. Stresses the responsibility of safety for every employee, not just equipment operators.
Propane is often used to fuel forklifts and other equipment, but also carry a number of risks and hazards. This program reviews the important safety procedures, personal protection equipment, handling and storage and fire prevention when refueling.
This program meets the new OSHA academic standards for training forklift operators in the new rules. Covers: engineering principles, automobile/forklift differences, load centers, technical information for lateral/longitudinal engineering, turnovers/tipovers, forklift operating rules, and operator maintenance.
One of our most “Famous” Videos from our “What’s Wrong with This Picture” series, viewers are asked to identify the safety hazards in video clips. The clips are played back with narration and graphics depicting the errors. We get phone calls praising us for this one!
This program is designed for companies who have experienced, trained and certified forklift operators. This program updates the new engineering principles and technical information of the new OSHA standards that these employees need.
This new training program is designed to educate and reinforce crane and hoist operator responsibilities. Program includes a range of safety tips, including lifting/lowering loads, signaling, crane and hoist inspections, rigging requirements, sling angles and generally, how to avoid accidents with cranes and hoists.
Under new OSHA requirements, NFPA 70E places additional requirements on all organizations, to properly identify hazards and provide training for anyone who may work with, near or around electrical equipment. Some of the specific requirements discussed in this program include understanding and reducing arc flash hazards, arc flash protection, arc flash personal protective equipment requirements, required signs and labeling, training, documentation, work permits and more. This program is designed to provide information to train employees in arc flash safety, meet OSHA requirements of the new NFPA 70E and help reduce the hazards associated with electrical arc flash and blasts.
Employees operating cranes and hoists must be trained and this program meets OSHA training requirements for this equipment. In additional to general hoist and crane safety this program addresses sling angles, rigging, equipment inspection procedures, and more.
Confined spaces are responsible for many deaths every year primarily due to lack of training and following procedures. This program addresses the risks and operational safety standards for confined spaces commonly found in public works, general industry and construction. Important topics include standards and regulations, instrumentation, atmospheric hazards, ventilation, and rescue considerations.
Provides a thorough look at issues associated with electrical safety. Good training for all types of workers, contractors, and electricians. Topics include: electrical shock, hazards, protective devices/equipment, general electrical rules, working on energized and de-energized systems, work/equipment above 600 volts, and related hazards like fires and toxic fumes. Proper tool use, first aid, and rescue are also important topics covered as they relate to electricity.
An excellent program to help eliminate hand and power tool injuries. Emphasizing safety behavior and attitudes, this program explains electric tool safety, impact tools, wrenches, screw drivers, cheater bars, tool inspection and maintenance when using hand and power tools
Portable Grinders and Abrasive Wheels 1008HEmployees need to understand that if used improperly, grinders can explode like a hand grenade causing major injuries and blindness. This important video explains safe use, inspection, procedures, and maintenance of grinders and abrasive wheels.
Machine guarding is never fool proof. This program emphasizes employee responsibility when working with machinery, moving parts and guarding considerations. This program also addresses safety concerns regarding employees who work with or near conveyor systems.
Provides an overview of the types of hazards associated with confined spaces, basic atmospheric testing requirements and information relating to confined spaces. The major emphasis for this program is attendant responsibilities as generally, this person is not properly trained, yet has the life and death responsibility for those entering confined spaces. This program helps the attendant understand his/her safety responsibilities.
Emphasizes an individual’s responsibility when working with machines and equipment. Discusses control of hazardous energy source (lockout/ tagout), machine guarding requirements, and personal responsibility when working around moving parts of machinery.
This program explains how to deal with sexual harassment issues and offers tips in avoiding/eliminating sexual harassment without infringing on your current policies. This program is directed at employee-employee relationships, but also addresses supervisor-employee relations.
Outlines the legal definition of sexual harassment. Provides employees with information regarding the recognition and reporting of sexual harassment.
Chemical dependence continues to cost organizations in many ways. This program emphasizes symptom recognition, evaluation, and how to handle employees whose work behavior is below performance standards associated with substance abuse. This program is designed to interface with any company’s existing policies on drug/alcohol abuse in the workplace.
This program explains what the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPPA) are and what measures can be used to protect client’s sensitive information.
This program covers the general safety rules to follow when operating mowers, cutters, knives, trimmers, and weed eaters. It also covers safety when dealing with chemicals and hazardous materials associated with this industry.
Public works and many other occupations often use chain saws in tree trimming, landscape maintenance and brush control, not to mention home use. The risks of injury demonstrate the need for training.
This course explains the safety and maintenance considerations for working with chain saws, chippers, high-lift trucks, and general tree trimming safety.
This program addresses all the safety consideration of working with mowers, including maintenance safety, fire prevention, PPE, and general safety rules for working with commercial mowers.
Meets training requirements for persons working in hotel/motel/restaurant and service industries. Designed for workers identified as first aid/CPR providers orwhose jobs may expose them to blood or blood contaminated body fluids, linens, orclothing. Explains how to reduce exposure to HIV/HBV BBP for employees in thisindustry.
The vast majority of accidents in the workplace are caused by unsafe acts of employees. The emphasis for accident reduction should be on reducing unsafe acts by employees.
There are many safety considerations in a laundry facility such asmachine guarding, safe lifting, heat related concerns, and others.Provides laundry workers with a basic overview of their safetyresponsibilities.
Great tool for training ‘affected’ and ‘authorized’ employees in lockout/tagout procedures. This includes workers in kitchens, laundry rooms, and maintenance.
“Illustrates the use of fire extinguishers, classes of fire, PASS, and important information for training persons on fire extinguisher basics, and improving fire prevention awareness.”
“Back Injury Prevention Updated 5006A – Addresses lifting hazards and demonstrates how to lift safely. Specific techniques are required in the wide variety of lifting tasks in the hotel/motel industry.”
Designed for health care providers but is an excellent program for engineering, custodial, security administration, and other personnel who provide services in the health care environment. Excellent refresher for nursing, lab, and other providers who normally receive additional universal precautions training.
Excellent program for all employees. Explains how the back works, body mechanics, and how each employee can make the proper decision when lifting anything, even in awkward or unusual situations.
This program designed to provide basic safety orientation information to nurses. The program includes safe lifting techniques, needle stick prevention, basic infection control procedures, electrical safety, and other important topics.
This is an excellent program for making employees aware of slip and fall dangers and how to prevent those often serious injuries. This course covers floors, waxes, runners, and other aspects of slip/fall prevention.
This course meets OSHA training requirements, explains MSDS, labeling requirements, chemical safety, and accident prevention when using hazardous materials and chemicals in this industry.
This course meets OSHA training requirements for exposure to general hazards. This course also covers basic safety information suitable for training new and experienced employees.
A must see program for anyone in this industry. This course explains basic sanitation, cleanliness, how bacteria can beharmful, and prevention. Excellent for all janitors/custodians.
This course is aimed at training janitors/custodians in proper care and treatment of expensive equipment, and how to conserve supplies and chemicals. Cost savings can be realized and work accomplished in a productive manner when employees are properly trained and motivated to take care of equipment and materials.
The individuals working in this industry are exposed to electricity on a daily basis. Electrical equipment, water, and chemicals are ingredients that can cause a serious injury or fatality. This program explains electrical safety and how employees can reduce the risk of injury.
Not all employees know how to clean floors. This program is designed to improve theappearance of the floor while maintaining safety. Employees will learn techniques that will help save time, money and labor.
“General safety practices and operating rules for anyone assigned the job of operating a backhoe loader. Explains basic operator maintenance procedures.”
This training program is designed for anyone who works on or near scaffolding. Included in this course are the basic safety rules, operating procedures, and points on how to use scaffolds safely.
This course is designed primarily for step ladders and straight ladders. This training goes on to explains safety requirements, belt buckle rule, 4:1 ratio of straight ladders and how to reduce ladder injuries from using incorrect procedures and unsafe behavior.
This course meets the training requirements for those employees who use hand and power tools. The emphasis in this training is on individual responsibility, taking care of the equipment and general safety rules relating to these tools.
This program designed to meet mandatory training requirements for anyone operating forklifts on the jobsite. This training details forklift engineering principles, safe operating rules, and operator maintenance.This is an excellent program to improve forklift performance and safety.
This safety awareness program that emphasizing job site safety and procedures for anyone operating dump trucks. This program focuses heavily on reminders on dailymaintenance inspections, loading/unloading procedures.
This is an excellent program for anyone using or handling portable grinders and abrasivewheels. The training covers general safety rules, ring testing, handling of abrasive wheels, and how to prevent injuries associated with this equipment.
This program outlines basic job responsibilities, safe work practices such as housekeeping, safe lifting, and personal protective equipment. This training meets therequirements for training in exposure to ‘general hazards.’
This is another program to increase safety awareness and improve personal accountability for behavior on the job site. This is an excellent program to improve awareness and responsibility in the company’s safety efforts.
Back injury is a major concern in the construction industry and is one of the most common. This program demonstrates how the back functions, safest method of lifting, and the overall prevention of back injury.
This training meets mandatory training in electrical safety. This course explains how to avoid specific electrical hazards. This is excellent training for individuals exposed to electricity on the job site.
Slips and falls are costly and a common injury in this industry. This course highlights individual’s responsibility for injury prevention through a proactive approach.