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10-Hour OSHA Outreach Training Course for Construction Industry SSC001 (Note: Timed courses are billed separate from library)
Description | Coming March 2021
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. Who Should Take OSHA-10 Construction Online Industry Training? This course is for employees doing construction work. Examples of construction jobs include carpenters, electricians, laborers, masons, plumbers, sheet metal workers, tile workers, welders and more. 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. Immediately after you finish the course, you can download a certificate of completion. While you wait for your OSHA 10 DOL card to arrive in the mail, you can provide the certificate to your employer to prove you completed your training.
10-Hour OSHA Outreach Training Course for General Industry SSC0626 (Note: Timed courses are billed separate from library)
Description | Coming March 2021
OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Training is appropriate for workers in the following fields: healthcare, factory operations, warehousing, manufacturing, storage and more. Enrollment and completion of OSHA 10 General Industry Training will help educate workers to predict, prevent, identify and stop possible common worksite hazards. Typically, general employees are required to take the OSHA 10-Hour General Industry course. Immediately after you finish the course, you can download a certificate of completion. While you wait for your OSHA 10 DOL card to arrive in the mail, you can provide the certificate to your employer to prove you completed your training.
AB 1825 Supervisor Training on Sexual Harassment Course Training SS0626
Description | Coming January 2021
AB 1825 and SB 1343 are California bills mandating sexual harassment prevention training in the workplace. Under current statutes, employers in California that employ 5 or more employees must provide sexual harassment prevention training to both employees and supervisors located in California. Under SB 1343, California employers with at least five employees must provide a minimum of Two Hours of Sexual Harassment Prevention Training to all supervisory employees. Deadline: All employees must be trained by January 1, 2020. Employers affected: All employers with at least 5 employees. Who must be trained: All employees. Frequency: Every 2 years. Duration of the training: 2 hours of training to all supervisory employees.
Benzene Safety
Description | Coming January 2021
The liquid chemical benzene, which is found in gasoline and commonly used to manufacture plastics, pesticides and detergents, can cause serious health issues after significant exposures. This video explains how to work safely with benzene and prevent health complications related to overexposure. The primary goal of this video is to teach you how to stay safe while working with or around benzene. You will learn ways to prevent harmful benzene exposures and how to deliver first aid if an exposure occurs. Key topics covered in the course include: How benzene exposure occurs Immediate and long-term effects of benzene exposure How to work safely with benzene and avoid exposure First aid and emergency procedures for benzene exposure The Benzene Safety video is ideal for anyone who works in an industry that makes or uses benzene.
Filling Propane Tanks Safely SS0626
Description | Coming January 2021
Hazwoper 8 hour Annual Refresher Training SS0626 (Note: Timed courses are billed separate from library)
Description | Coming February 2021
Workers at uncontrolled hazardous waste operations and those involved in emergency response actions must receive eight hours of HAZWOPER refresher training each year. If you completed 40-hour HAZWOPER training or 24-hour HAZWOPER training, you must take the 8-Hour HAZWOPER Refresher course annually as required by OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.120. Roles at HAZWOPER sites that require refresher training include: Equipment operators General laborers Hazardous materials technicians Hazardous materials specialists Hazardous materials supervisors On-scene incident commanders Other general site workers On-site management and supervisory personnel Workers must complete eight hours of HAZWOPER Refresher training within 12 months of the anniversary date of their previous HAZWOPER training. Employees who fail to meet this requirement may need to repeat their initial training. Course Features This 100% online course satisfies OSHA's 8-hour HAZWOPER refresher training requirement at a low price. Students can instantly download a Certificate of Completion upon successful completion of their training. The eight-module course takes at least eight hours to complete, and students have 365 days to finish the course after purchase. Modules end with a brief quiz, and there is a 20-question final exam. You have an unlimited number of attempts to pass quizzes and the final exam, which require a score of at least 70%. How Long Does HAZWOPER 8 Certification Last? The certification from an 8-hour HAZWOPER course is valid for up to 12 months. You’ll be required to retake the HAZWOPER Refresher course every 12 months to keep your certification. If you miss the deadline, you may be required to complete your original 40-hour or 24-hour HAZWOPER training again
Hospital Series: Bloodborne Pathogens SS707AE
Description | Coming April 2021
Bloodborne Pathogens. These viruses can cause diseases that can lead to death. They’re called Bloodborne Pathogens because exposure usually occurs from contact with blood; but not always. Other body fluids can contain these viruses as well. Bloodborne pathogens can be transmitted through accidental punctures and cuts with contaminated sharp materials like needles or contact between mucous membranes or broken skin and infected body fluids. But, by following the procedures outlined in this program, you’ll dramatically reduce your chances of being exposed to or infected with these deadly viruses.
Hospital Series: Injury Prevention The Basics SS708AE
Description | Coming April 2021
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
Hospital Series: Safe Patient Handling SS709AE
Description | Coming April 2021
Safe Patient handling and mobility is a combination of Teamwork and Technology. By working together, with the patient being an active/integral part of the Team, we can minimize the risk of injury to the staff and patient and enhance the progressive mobility of the patient. How, exactly do we do this? This video examines how.
Hospital Series: Safety Orientation-Best Practices SS712AE
Description | Coming April 2021
There are many hazards in the healthcare environment. Many of them aren't directly related to the care of patients. But, they are potential hazards nonetheless and need to be addressed in order to minimize risk to workers in this environment. This video takes a look at Slips & Falls, Safe Lifting, Bumps & Bruises, Chemicals, Equipment Use and others.
Hospital Series: Slips Trips Falls SS710AE
Description | Coming April 2021
Slips, Trips & Falls are a potential hazard in the healthcare environment. But they are only POTENTIAL hazards. That’s right, slips trips & falls are preventable and that’s what this program is all about…some common sense tips and safe practices you can use to help make your environment safer for you, your co-workers, our patients and visitors.
Hospital Series: Violence In The Workplace SS711AE
Description | Coming April 2021
With civility seemingly on the decline across all social sectors, healthcare staff need to be more prepared than ever to deal with hostility directed at them and it needs to be dealt with. This video takes a look at what you can do to minimize these events in your hospital.
Race & Discrimination in the Workplace for Managers SS2350AE
Description | Coming January 2021
CEOs and business leaders have been expressing a commitment to address the problem of systemic racism. But how can we effectively do that? Your business should actively and strategically address racial inequity in the workplace and this video is a great starting point.
Return To Work Procedures SS9019AE
Description | Coming January 2021
Overview of what an employer should do to help an injured worker return to work
Sharpening Knives Correctly SS6061AE
Description | Coming February 2021
A sharp knife is actually safer than a slightly dull knife. But, either way, a knife is a potential cut hazard. But, it' not just during use, during the sharpening process there can be hazards as well. This video describes how to safely and effectively sharpen a knife on a wheel, with a whetstone or with a sharpening machine.