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10-Hour OSHA Outreach Training Course for Construction Industry SSC001
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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
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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.
ADA Americans with Disabilities Act SS9031A (8 Min.)
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The American Disabilities Act (ADA) was signed into law on July 26, 1990. The goal of ADA is to allow Americans with disabilities to lead productive lives by providing minor accommodations. It is designed as a federal anti-discrimination statute to make public and private entities accessible to people with disabilities. This program addresses the sections of this law and how employers, employment agencies and labor unions must not discriminate.
Benzene Safety
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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.
Bloodborne Pathogens: Know the Risk SS1027B (13 Min.) UPDATED
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Bloodborne Pathogens are a potential hazard in every workplace. Even minor first aid situations can present a potential risk. That's why training is so important. This prgram takes the mystery out of Bloodborne Pathogens by explaining, in simple terms: What Bloodborne Pathogens are What diseases they can cause and How to prevent exposure.
Civil Unrest: Being Prepared - SS2214AE (6 Min.)
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Civil unrest…Protests…Riots… they’re nothing new, but that doesn’t lessen their impact… Casualties…Property damage… Business interruption…Financial loss. They can occur anywhere. Sometimes they happen without warning, but there can be indications a threat is developing, and these signs offer an opportunity to prepare and be proactive in these challenging situations.
Construction Safety Orientation The Basics SSC0020E (28 Min.)
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Construction Safety...that's a very broad subject. This video covers a variety of topics and is designed as a basic overview of issues and hazards present on most construction sites. It is a great Orientation video for new employees or a refresher for experienced ones.
COVID-19: Proper Use of Facemasks - SS2212AE (6 Min.)
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When it comes to a COVID-19 face mask, there's more to it than just what you wear. It's how you wear it. With many Americans making their own masks during the pandemic, it's important to be sure you wear it properly. Topics include how to wear a face mask, how to care for a mask and important cautions. Applies to surgical masks, cloth masks, disposable and re-usable masks.
De-escalation Techniques Amid COVID-19 Restrictions SS2213AE
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Conflicts...sometimes they can't be avoided. But, they can be managed and their effects minimized. This video talks about techniques to de-escalate almost any situation and even ways that conflict can be turned into a benefit for both sides in the conflict.
Drug & Alcohol Abuse in the Workplace SS9201AE (10 Min.)
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Many employees suffer and struggle to perform to their full potential due to the effects of substance abuse. Employees with substance abuse issues are less productive, use more sick days, are more likely to injure themselves or file worker’s compensation claims. They’re also more likely to perceive their jobs negatively, have problems with superiors, and make mistakes. The worst part? It won’t just go away by itself. Most people understand that the abuse of alcohol and illicit drugs are persistent issues in society. What some may not fully understand is how this abuse affects the workplace and how the workplace may affect substance abuse. This program provides insight to this problem and what each individual can do to help.
Emergency Preparedness and Safe Evacuation SS1097IE (10 Min.)
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In any work environment, there is a chance of a natural disaster affecting employee safety. Preparedness and education can make the difference between safety and injury: action and panic. The time to find out about proper evacuation procedures is BEFORE an incident occurs. This program explains the essentials of evacuations, precautions to take, and what to do in case of an emergency. Although designed for large buildings, it can be adapted to any size facility.
Ergonomics: Working From Home - SS2210AE (7 Min.)
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When we mention the word Ergonomics, what comes to mind? Do you think of adjusting modern office workstations to better fit the individual? That IS ergonomics…but with telecommuting, home offices and ever changing portable technologies, it’s become so much more than that.
Fall Protection SSC0023AE (10 Min.)
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Even a short fall can cause serious injury or even death. This great training tool covers body harnesses, shock absorbing lanyards, swing effect, rope grabs, retractable lanyards, and more. Workers who work in any environment above 4 feet or 6 feet in construction need fall protection training and need to wear fall protection equipment in these circumstances. Physical Barriers as well as personal fall arrest systems are discussed.
Forklifts and the Pedestrians SS1038GE (8 Min.)
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The most common accident seen in forklifts is striking a pedestrian. This means as a pedestrian you need to be extremely vigilant when working around forklifts, and the same goes for the forklift operator too. This program focuses on the safety of pedestrians, and the things you can do to make sure you will have a safe workday.
GHS - Hazard Communications: Right To Know - SS1051FE (18 Min.)
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This video fully explains the (GHS) Globally Harmonized System and how it is to be integrated with your current HAZCOM program. The video fully explains the key points of the change, replacement of MSDS with the new SDS, new symbols and labels, plus new classification. This program trains employees, supervisors and management on the elements of the new system.
GHS: Hazardous Materials Labels SS2001FE (8 Min.)
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This GHS Container Labeling Training Video will help your employees understand the six types of information contained on a Globally Harmonized System (GHS) label as well as how to understand the 9 types of pictograms used in a GHS labeling program. This training DVD was created specifically to help you with the OSHA GHS compliance standard
GHS: Safety Data Sheets-The Basics SS2002FE (5 Min.)
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Explains the new GHS format for Safety Data Sheets (SDS's) adopted by OSHA when they revised their hazard communication standard. Available in English & Spanish
Grinding and Abrasive Wheels SS1097IE (10 Min.)
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Grinding and Abrasive Wheels program provides the viewer with information on the proper use and operation of grinders in a safe manner. There are a variety of jobs in foundry operations in industries requiring the use of grinders. They can be portable grinders or fixed bench grinders. It's a safe job if you follow the rules. If you ignore safety or ignore proper grinding procedures, it can be an extremely hazardous job. We don't intend to cover all the safety rules associated with grinding. We just want to provide some information to make you more aware of safety when operating grinders.
Hand & Power Tool Safety SS1094IE (10 Min.)
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Everyone uses Hand & Power tools. But, because they are common, people often forget about the hazards involved. Tool accidents result in thousands of serious injuries and hundreds of deaths each year… most of which could have been avoided by simply handling tools safely. To avoid these types of accidents employees need to know how to handle their tools safely. This program is a great place to start.
Indoor Heat Illness: Facts & Prevention - SS1099IE (9 Min.)
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Starting 1/1/2020 OSHA will required businesses to implement “Indoor Heat Illness” guidelines. Indoor heat and outdoor heat have similar effects on the body, but indoor heat stress is often overlooked. Heat Stress and resulting illness occurs every day in indoor environments. What can you do about it? This video is a great place to start.
IT Management "Don't Click That Link" SS1020EE
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This new video explains what to be aware of when online and looking at emails, such as malware, phishing, what links you can click on and what links you should not.
Jackknifing & Trailer Swing SS17036AE (7 Min.)
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Jackknifing is the simple but too often hazardous result of a chain of events that occur when the driver locks up the drive axle brakes on the tractor. If you lock up the steering axle brakes, the truck will move straight ahead regardless of the wheel angle. If you lock up the trailer axle brakes the law of physics takes over, and you'll experience the trailer swing, a kind of reverse jackknifing where the trailer moves around the tractor, pivoting on the fifth wheel or breaking away from the fifth wheel completely. This video takes a look at what jackknifing can cause and what drivers can do to prevent it.
Nail Gun Safety SSC0024A (11 Min.)
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Nail guns are commonly used on jobsites. But, just because they are common, doesn’t mean they don’t pose a potential safety hazard…they do. With that being said, anyone using one should be properly training on its usage and safety concerns. That’s what this video is all about.
Pandemic Flu: Facts & Prevention SS2204AE
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As defined by the CDC, An influenza pandemic is a global outbreak of a new influenza A virus. Pandemics happen when new or novel influenza A viruses infect people and spread quickly and efficiently. Most people will have little to no immunity to Pandemic flus because they have never before been exposed and there are no vaccines. Remember, education is the first step in prevention. Prevention is the key to reducing the threat of a pandemic.
PPE: It's Your Call – SS1021BE (12 min.) UPDATED
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This video addresses the most important part of Personal Protective Equipment: The responsibility of the individual to wear the equipment when it’s required. All the procedures and equipment in the world are useless if employees do not understand this one simple fact.
Pre-Trip Inspection SS17037AE (30 Min.)
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Pre-Trips inspection are vital to the safety of your vehicles, your drivers and the vehicles on the road around them. These inspections often become routine and drivers become complacent, just simply going through the motions, or just checking every box on the form. This video serves as a great training tool for new drivers or as a refresher for experienced drivers as it underlines the importance of these inspections and how to perform one properly.
Preventing Slips, Trips & Falls SS2222AE (14 Mins.)
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Slips, Trips and Falls are a common incidents in the workplace. But, they are preventable. This video examines why slips trips and falls happen and discusses what can be done to prevent them.
Proper Hand Washing Techniques SS2203AE (4 Min.)
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Hand washing is one of the best ways to protect yourself and your family from getting sick. But, if you are not doing it properly, then you are not effectively preventing yourself from getting sick. This video shows WHEN to wash your hands and HOW to wash your hands. Quick and to the point.
Reasonable Suspicion Training SS9202AE (25 Min.)
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Did you know that 60% of people who report difficulties with addictive substances are employed full-time? This means that up to 20 million U.S. employees are using substances in a way that likely impacts their work or workplace. But, when do you drug test? Good question. It’s important for you to know your rights. It’s important for you to know the law. If you know both, you are better equipped to make sound decisions. This video will help you to understand both.
Service Animals In The Workplace SS3045AE (10 MIn.)
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Service animals do not have to be professionally trained and can be trained by their owners. This video 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.
Sexual Harassment: What Employees Need To Know - Illinois Version – SS2018AE-IL (29 min.)
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This video educates employees about the types of sexual harassment including “Hostile Work Environments”. Scenarios are presented which depict subtle forms of discrimination and the negative effect they have on employees and company morale. Viewers are trained to recognize Sexual Harassment of any type and steps are outlined for effectively dealing with harassment.
Sexual Harassment: What Employees Need To Know UPDATED – SS2018AE (28 min.)
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This video educates employees about the types of sexual harassment including “Hostile Work Environments”. Scenarios are presented which depict subtle forms of discrimination and the negative effect they have on employees and company morale. Viewers are trained to recognize Sexual Harassment of any type and steps are outlined for effectively dealing with harassment.
Workplace Stress: The Basics - SS1098AE (10 Min.)
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In this fast-paced world, we are always encountering situations that can be stressful. Many of these occur at work. However employee stress, and its effects on their ability to do their jobs, is a subject that is often overlooked. This informative program trains your employees to identify potentially stressful situations and learn how to cope with them.