Hospital Series: Injury Prevention The Basics SS0626
Description | Coming October 2020
This basic training video will help prevent those careless injuries that happen within the healthcare setting. They may include slips, trips, and falls all the way to bumps and bruises or more serious injuries. This new Hospital Orientation overview is a great complement to your existing safety program. Topics covered also include: Preventing trips slips and falls Standard Precautions bumps bangs & bruises equipment use proper body mechanics, handling soiled linen, trash and much more
OSHA 10 Construction Certification SS0626
Description | Coming August 2020
What Is OSHA Certification? You may be surprised to hear that OSHA does not certify workers, meaning there's actually no such thing as an OSHA certification. Instead, OSHA requires employers to train their employees in the specific safety and health aspects of their jobs. That being said, the closest thing to OSHA certification is OSHA Outreach training, as passing their exam results in an official Department of Labor OSHA 10-Hour card. Who Should Take OSHA-10 Construction Online Industry Training? This course is for entry-level employees doing construction work. Examples of construction jobs include carpenters, electricians, laborers, masons, plumbers, sheet metal workers, tile workers, and welders. OSHA 10-hour training is the primary method used to train workers on hazard recognition and OSHA safety standards. Our training is 100% online and covers specific OSHA regulations and requirements as they apply to the construction industry. OSHA training is necessary for a safe and healthy work environment, and for certain states it is a requirement before work can begin. States that have recently made OSHA training a requirement for certain construction work contracts are: Connecticut, Massachusetts, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, New York and Rhode Island.
Service Animals In The Workplace SS0625
Description | Coming September 2020
Service animals do not have to be professionally trained and can be trained by their owners. This vide covers common questions about service animals in the workplace. The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) defines service animals as dogs that are individually trained to do work or perform specific tasks for an individual with a disability, including physical, sensory, psychiatric, intellectual, or other mental disability.