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10-Hour OSHA Outreach Training Course for Construction Industry (Note: Timed courses are not included in Video On Demand Subscription) SSOSHA10CE
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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 (Note: Timed courses are not included in Video On Demand Subscription) SSOSHA10GE
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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.
Accidents: The People Factor SS2302AE (9 Min.)
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We talk a lot about safety. We have training programs, safety audits, governmental agencies, the list goes on and on. With all of this attention to safety, you'd think workplace accidents would be a thing of the past. They're not. Why do they keep happening? The simple answer is People. This video examines the role people play in workplace injuries
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.
Back Injury Prevention: Safe Material Handling in an Industrial Environment - 1024DE (10 Min.)
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Back injuries caused by improper lifting are the most common disabling injuries in the workplace. A person can injure their back in virtually any type of occupation, often to the point they can no longer work in their chosen field, along with having a devastating impact on their overall quality of life. Many of the causes of back injury can be prevented by teaching employees how the back operates and the basics of proper lifting techniques. This video does just that. Great for new or experienced employees.
Compressed Gas Cylinders: Safety Basics - SSC0031AE (10 Min.)
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Stored compressed gases are essential components in all areas of American industry. Compressed gas cylinders hold fuel, breathable air and chemicals that can produce devastating results if they are accidentally released or leak. This program shows the viewer the types of hazards associated with the gases, how the gases are compressed and stored and how the cylinders should be handled. The viewer will also learn how to connect gas cylinders to service lines and fixtures and how to control gas leaks.
Crane Signal Person: Safety Basics C0032AE (10 Min.)
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This video discusses the basics of Crane Signal Person Safety; Proper Hand Signals, Communication and some things the signal person can do to help increase safety on the job site. Video outlines each crane signal and helps everyone be on the same page.
De-escalation Techniques - SS2213AE (6 Min.)
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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.
DOT Drugs & Alcohol Testing: What Employees Need to Know SS17041AE (27 Min.)
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You may have many questions about DOT Drug and Alcohol testing. This video answers them. Who is subject to DOT testing? Why are safety-sensitive employees tested? What information must employers provide when I first begin performing DOT safety-sensitive functions ? What conduct is prohibited by the regulations? What drugs does DOT test for? Can I use prescribed medications & Over-the-counter (OTC) drugs and perform safety-sensitive functions? When will I be tested? How is a urine drug test administered? What are Medical Review Officers (MROs)? If I disclose my prescribed medication use/medical information to the MRO during my interview, will the MRO report that information to a third party? How is an alcohol test administered? Should I refuse a test if I believe I was unfairly selected for testing? What is considered a refusal to test? What happens if I test positive, refuse a test, or violate an agency-specific drug & alcohol rule? What are Substance Abuse Professionals (SAPs)? How do I find a SAP? Will I lose my job if I violate drug & alcohol regulations? Will my results be confidential? Will the results follow me to different employers? What should I do if I have a drug or alcohol abuse problem?
DOT Reasonable Suspicion Training SS17042AE (17 Min.)
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Referring someone for drug or alcohol testing is never an easy decision to make. easy to make. Why? Because this decision affects someone’s livelihood, but it also affects the safety of many others. Referring someone for drug or alcohol testing is not to be taken lightly, but it’s not to be ignored either. This video gives you the tools and information you need to do what you need to do, legally, sensitively, and effectively. It defines reasonable suspicion and dewcribes the standards for making reasonable suspicion determinations and provide guidance regarding employee interviews and a reasonable suspicion situation. The bottom line here is safety and saving lives.
Drugs & Alcohol: The Harmful Effects SS17040AE
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It should come as no surprise that drugs and alcohol can have negative effects on your life. Although sometimes it may be difficult to imagine, the abuse of these substances can change everything from your body to your bank account. Howow much do you really know? Understanding the full effects that these substances can have could change your life for the better. This video will help you do just that.
Fatigue In the Workplace: Employee Version SS2302AE (7 Min.)
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Occupational fatigue is an increasingly dangerous yet commonly overlooked health condition that affects a majority of the labor force in North America. Because it’s so common, people may think of it as a normal part of working and underestimate the effects. They think, “Everybody’s tired. What’s the big deal?” But, there’s more to workplace fatigue than just being tired. This video examines the impact of workplace fatigue and provides tips for employees to help combat that dangerous condition.
Fatigue In the Workplace: Management Version SS2301AE (14 Min.)
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Occupational fatigue is an increasingly dangerous yet commonly overlooked health condition that affects a majority of the labor force in North America. Because it’s so common, people may think of it as a normal part of working and underestimate the effects. They think, “Everybody’s tired. What’s the big deal?” But, there’s more to workplace fatigue than just being tired. This video examines the impact of workplace fatigue and provides tips for employees and Supervisors to help combat that dangerous condition.
Filling Propane Tanks Safely SS1040GE (6 Min.)
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Propane has a variety of uses, including fueling forklifts. It is highly flammable in gas and liquid forms but it can be used safely by following a few simple safety procedures. This video shows you how.
Forklift Battery Charging: Safety Basics - SS1044GE (6 Min.)
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Charging batteries of forklifts and other material handling equipment can present safety hazards. These programs outlines the potential hazards, personal protective equipment, proper charging techniques and emergency procedures.
Hazwoper 8 hour Annual Refresher Training SS0626 (Note: Timed courses are billed separate from library)
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Workers at uncontrolled hazardous waste operations and those involved in emergency response actions must receive eight hours of HAZWOPER refresher training each year. 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. This 100% online course is based on 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 50-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%.
Heat Stress: Tips for a Cool Summer - SS2223AE
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Are you ready for summer? Who isn't? With summer fun comes the summer heat and that can create a safety concern for workers subjected to hot environments. Whether you work outdoors or inside, this video will help you stay safe and cool this summer.
Injury and Illness Prevention Programs: I2P2 - SS1101IE (15 Min.)
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This program provides employees with important information on how this organized approach to workplace safety can significantly reduce accidents and injuries, and how the workers themselves can play a major role in making the program work. Every day 12 workers die on the job, and more than 10,000 workers suffer serious job-related injuries. But the real tragedy is that most of these incidents could be prevented. Employers and employees can work together to find and fix the hazards in their workplace, before people get sick, injured or even killed. Areas covered in the program include what is I2P2, management responsibilities and employees’ participation, hazard identification, assessment, prevention and control, education and training, program evaluation and improvement and more.
Ladder Safety – SS8019AE (10 mins)
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This video deals with the safe way to use stepladders, straight ladders and platform ladders, as well as common hazards associated with improper ladder use. Explains the 4:1 rule when placing straight ladders, the belt buckle rule, 36″ requirement for straight ladders above landings and more. A great program for new or experienced workers.
Legal Hiring for an Inclusive Workplace - SS2305AE (13 Min.)
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When you are hiring in your workplace, do YOU consider if the process is proper, legal and free of discrimination? According to the laws enforced by EEOC, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission, it is illegal to discriminate against someone (applicant or employee) because of that person's race, color, religion, sex (including gender identity, sexual orientation, and pregnancy), national origin, age (40 or older), disability or genetic information. It is also illegal to retaliate against a person because he or she complained about discrimination, filed a charge of discrimination, or participated in an employment discrimination investigation or lawsuit. To put it simply, the law forbids ALL discrimination in EVERY aspect of employment.
Lockout/Tagout: The Basics – SS1037AE (9 mins)
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It is estimated that over 100 workers are seriously injured every day Lockout/Tagout procedures may be necessary for many pieces of equipment in your facility during maintenance or repair. This program is a great tool for training “affected” and “authorized” employees in lockout/tagout procedures. This includes workers in kitchens, laundry rooms, and maintenance. A lack of knowledge pertaining to proper lockout/tagout procedures can have tragic results.
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.
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.
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.
Retail Cut Prevention - SS11026AE (5 Min.)
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Any type of box cutter can cause an injury if used improperly. Box cutters are so common, they are often taken for granted and their danger ignored. This program is designed to provide employees information, that, if followed, will reduce their risk of a box cutter injury.
Retail Emergency Procedures/Fire Prevention SS11024AE (5 Min.)
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Fires, emergencies and natural disasters are unpredictable, but the risks associated with them can be minimized by proper planning and preparedness. This video helps employees understand the need to be prepared, what they need to do to be prepared and how to respond calmly and effectively in an emergency situation.
Retail GHS HazCom SS11023AE
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Everyone needs training on hazardous substances. Every workplace environment has materials classified as hazardous. This video explains the GHS system and outlines how to use, store and dispose of chemicals properly.
Retail Ladder Safety SS11025AE (6 Min.)
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Each year there are more than 164,000 emergency room-treated injuries in the U.S. relating to ladders. The unfortunate truth is that all of these injuries are preventable. By following a few simple guidelines and procedures you can work safely on ladders and avoid becoming a statistic. This video outlines ways to use different ladders safely in a variety of situations.
Retail Safety Orientation SS11020AE (14 Min.)
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This video gives a general overview retail safety and provides employees with simple concepts that help reduce injuries. Topics include, safe lifting, ladder safety, chemicals, slips and falls and more.
Safely Sharpening Knives SS6061AE (9 Min.)
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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.
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.
Terminal Tractor Safety SS17038AE (8 Min.)
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The Terminal Tractor (also known as a shunt truck, spotter truck, spotting tractor, yard truck, yard shifter, yard dog, yard goat, yard horse, yard bird, yard jockey, hostler, or mule) is a semi-tractor intended to move semi trailers within a cargo yard, warehouse facility, or intermodal facility, much like a switcher locomotive is used to position railcars. Operators are required to inspect equipment, communicating with dispatch, log all trailer moves, completing manifests and paperwork, and above all, focus on safety at all times. That's just what this video is all about.
Tree Felling Safety - SS3046AE (8 Min.)
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Cutting a tree down seems easy enough, right? Felling a tree may seem like an easy task but it can have severe consequences when there is not a concern for safety. That is what this program is all about, safety advice on how to properly cut down a tree. Whether you need a quick refresher or you have never cut a tree before, this video is for you.
Working Safely with Benzene SS1053FE (10 Min.)
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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.