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ONLINE TRAINING

COURSE CATALOG

Table of Contents
Series
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Industry........................................................................................................... 1-65
Colleges and Universities..................................................................................................................1-4
General Industry............................................................................................................................. 4-44
Healthcare Facilities..................................................................................................................... 45-47
Hospitality and Food Service....................................................................................................... 47-50
Off the Job.................................................................................................................................... 50-51
Oil and Gas....................................................................................................................................51-58
Retail and Grocery....................................................................................................................... 58-62
Utilities and Municipalities........................................................................................................... 62-65

Region.......................................................................................................... 66-84
California......................................................................................................................................66-68
Canada......................................................................................................................................... 68-75
International................................................................................................................................. 76-84

Spanish.........................................................................................................85-92
Topic........................................................................................................... 93-158

Customer Service.............................................................................................................................. 93
Driver Safety.................................................................................................................................93-96
Electrical Safety............................................................................................................................96-97
Emergency Response.................................................................................................................98-103
Employee Security.................................................................................................................... 103-105
Environmental Management..................................................................................................... 105-107
Equipment and Tool Safety........................................................................................................ 107-114
Fall Protection............................................................................................................................. 114-117
Forklift Operator..........................................................................................................................117-118
General Safety............................................................................................................................118-136
Hazardous Substances.............................................................................................................. 136-144
Hazmat Transportation..............................................................................................................144-146
HR Compliance...........................................................................................................................146-151
Laboratory and Research Safety................................................................................................151-153
Working Conditions................................................................................................................... 153-158

Industry
Colleges and Universities
Active Shooter On Campus (A.L.I.C.E.)
Active shooter incidents on campuses have become a growing source of
concern in recent years. This course is designed to help learners recognize
recommended actions to take in an active shooter event, as well as common
secondary hazards and recommended actions. This course focuses on the
A.L.I.C.E. program for reacting to an active shooter situation. It is intended for
all students, employees and volunteers in education settings.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes

Colleges and Universities


Bloodborne Pathogens for Research and Campus
Activities
Exposure to substances that could contain infectious agents is a common
hazard for laboratory and research workers. The Occupational Safety and
Health Administration (OSHA), recognizes that many employees come in
contact with human blood or other potentially infectious materials during daily
duties and thus are potentially exposed to this occupational hazard. OSHAs
bloodborne pathogen standard has served as the basis for implementing
policies and practices to minimize workers risk of exposure to BBP's,
specifically to the Hepatitis B virus (HBV), the Hepatitis C virus (HCV) and the
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). This course will teach employees about
the hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the workplace and the basic controls
required under OSHAs bloodborne pathogen standard. This course will teach
employees about the hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the workplace.
Employees will learn how to identify major bloodborne diseases and
symptoms, how pathogens are transmitted and the basics of exposure
prevention and incident response and cleanup. This awareness-level course is
intended for students and employees working in a university or other
educational setting who may be exposed to blood or other potentially
infectious materials (OPIM) at any time during the performance of their regular
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 31 minutes

Biological Safety On Campus

Campus Emergency Action Plans


Laboratories and research facilities that work with potentially infectious
biological materials can present a number of hazards to students and workers.
In order to prevent unintentional worker exposure to or accidental release of
biohazardous materials, laboratories must institute biosafety practices. During
this course, learners will be introduced to the basics of laboratory biosafety
and Laboratory Biosafety Levels (BSLs). The course also includes information
about common biological hazards, personal protective equipment,
housekeeping and decontamination, working after hours and common first aid
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes

Emergency events can happen any place, any time. Many colleges and
universities are required to have a written emergency action plan, and must
train employees over that plan. These plans, however, can often be long and
detailed, covering many different types of emergencies, which can make it
difficult for employees to understand the context of various policies and
procedures, and how their individual role fits into the larger plan. This
awareness-level course will provide a general overview of emergency action
plans and standard actions for employees to take during different types of
emergencies. The course includes information about different types of alarm
signals, common features of an emergency evacuation, and the proper
circumstances and methods for using a portable fire extinguisher. This course
is designed for all employees on college and university campuses. While this
course addressed OSHA training requirements, there may be a site-specific
training component required that must be fulfilled by an employer.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 32 minutes

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Industry
Colleges and Universities

Colleges and Universities

Campus Security Authorities

Driving On and Off Campus

The FBI reports there were around 2,700 violent crimes and 87,000 property
crimes completed or attempted on and around U.S. college and university
campuses in 2011 alone. Having accurate, complete and timely information
about crime and safety on and around campus empowers current and
prospective students and employees to make informed decisions about their
safety. The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus
Crime Statistics Act (known as simply the Clery Act) requires all postsecondary
institutions that participate in federal student aid programs to collect and
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 27 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 20 minutes

FERPA - Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

Chemical Hazards in Laboratories and Research Facilities


A lot of important scientific research and development is done in laboratories.
The healthcare, pharmaceutical, and oil and gas industries, and many others,
rely on lab results to create processes and products, and to save lives.
However, there can be hazards to laboratory workers. Not least among them
are chemical hazards. This course will teach the learner to recognize the
basics of chemical classification and safety, including safe handling and
storage, the correct use of PPE, and recommended emergency procedures.
This course is designed for all employees and students working with
chemicals in a laboratory or research setting. It is intended to assist the
employer in complying with OSHAs hazardous chemical training requirements
for laboratories and general industry.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 24 minutes

On average, 30,000-40,000 drivers are killed each year in the United States,
and more than 2 million are injured. Across all types of industries, vehicle
accidents are consistently one of the largest causes of on-the-job injuries and
fatalities. This risk can be amplified on college and university campuses if
young and inexperienced drivers are required to drive institution-owned
vehicles on the job. During this course, learners will find out about the general
requirements for work-related driving on/for colleges and universities, safety
requirements for work-related driving, recommended safe practices for driving
with various road hazards, and recommended techniques for avoiding
dangerous driving behaviors. This course is designed for all employees on
college and university campuses who may be expected to drive vehicles on or
off campus as part of their normal job duties. While this course addresses
OSHA training requirements, there may be a site-specific training component
required that must be fulfilled by an employer.

Colleges and Universities collect large amounts of information about their


students in order to serve them properly. Technology makes it easier to gather
and manage this information, but also makes it easier for third parties to
obtain private student records. In order to protect the privacy rights of
students and their families, Congress enacted the Family Educational Rights
and Privacy Act (FERPA). The act sets guidelines for what records can and
cannot be accessed by students, guardians, and the general public, and
outlines student rights regarding having records amended. In this course
learners will find out about the history and purpose of FERPA and learn to
identify the rights and responsibilities outlined under the law and how they
apply to operations on campus. This course is designed for any and all
employees working in federally-funded post-secondary education institutions
who may have access to student records or other information. This course is
intended to assist employers in training employees to understand their
responsibilities under FERPA.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 26 minutes

Fire Safety On Campus


Fire emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere, even on campus. Fires are
one of the most common emergencies to contend with in both homes and
workplaces, and can be one of the most harmful if not dealt with properly. This
course should give students and employees the knowledge to safely react and
respond to a fire emergency on campus. Learners will find out about their
responsibilities in a fire emergency, how to identify different alarm signals,
evacuation routes and procedures, and fire extinguisher use. This course is
intended for college and university employees, students and volunteers who
are required to understand their responsibilities in a fire emergency. This
course assists employers in meeting fire safety standards required by OSHA,
however there may also be a site-specific training component required that
must be fulfilled by an employer.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 31 minutes

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Industry
Colleges and Universities

Colleges and Universities

Formaldehyde Safety in Research and Education

Physical Hazards in Laboratories and Research Facilities

Formaldehyde is a versatile substance used in many industrial and laboratory


processes, as well as in other medical and research settings. When workers
must be exposed to formaldehyde while performing research or disinfecting
equipment, it's important that they understand the hazards associated with
formaldehyde. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able
to identify the chemical and physical properties of formaldehyde, the effects
and symptoms of formaldehyde on the body, and required and recommended
safe handling and storage of formaldehyde. Learners should also be able to
identify exposure controls and proper responses, as well as monitoring and
medical surveillance systems.

Laboratories and research facilities are an important aspect of many


institutions of higher learning. Unfortunately they can also pose a number of
hazards to students and laboratory workers. Chemical, biological and
radiological hazards all might come to mind, but in fact statistically the largest
category of hazards for laboratory workers is the same as for workers in all
other industries: physical hazards. Physical hazards are conditions or
situations that could cause physical forces to act on the body or the
environment in a harmful manner. This course will teach the learner to
recognize the most common types of physical hazards in laboratories and
their controls, including equipment hazards, environmental hazards such as
radiation and noise exposure, and glassware and sharps hazards. This course
is designed for all employees and students working in a laboratory or research
setting.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 32 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 44 minutes

Golf Cart Safety


Golf carts are increasingly popular on college and university campuses
because they are affordable, efficient, and clean. Unfortunately their sporty
origins and amusing depictions in television and movie comedies have given
them a reputation as fun, casual vehicles, causing many people to overlook
their inherent risks. The Consumer Products Safety Commission estimates that
there are approximately 15,000 emergency room visits each year for injuries
related to the use of a golf cart. This course will help the learner to identify
best practices for using a golf cart or low speed vehicle on the job. It is
designed for any university employees who will drive golf carts, utility carts, or
low speed vehicles in the course of their duties.

Safe Work Strategies and Procedures on Campus


College and university campuses are large communities with many varied
roles for students and employees. There are many hazards that can be
associated with the various jobs and responsibilities on campus, including
many unexpected hazards that are easily overlooked by inexperienced
workers. This course is designed to provide the learner with an overview of
the hierarchy of hazard controls and the purpose and importance of the
various hazard controls used on campus. This course is intended for all
employees, students and volunteers on college and university campuses.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 18 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 26 minutes

Suspicious Packages

Laboratory Safety in Research and Education


A lot of important scientific research and development is done in laboratories.
The healthcare, pharmaceutical, and oil and gas industries, and many others,
rely on lab results to create processes and products, and to save lives.
However, there can be hazards to laboratory workers. This course will teach
lab workers to identify common physical and chemical laboratory hazards and
related safe work practices required as recommended by OSHA. The course
also covers the use of personal protective equipment and standard
emergency response procedures for laboratory work. This course is designed
for all employees, students and volunteers operating in campus laboratories
and/or research facilities. This course assists employers in meeting safety
standards required by OSHA, however there may also be a site-specific
training component required that must be fulfilled by an employer.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 25 minutes

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College and university campuses handle and process a huge amount of mail
and packages. While the vast majority of these items will be harmless, they
may occasionally be dangerous. Hostile individuals might send malicious
packages intended to harm the recipient, and some individuals, particularly
students, may intentionally or unintentionally attempt to send or receive
packages containing hazardous or illegal substances. This course is designed
to teach learners to identify suspicious packages and respond to them
appropriately. It is intended for any personnel on college or university
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes

Industry
Colleges and Universities

Colleges and Universities

Title IX/Sexual Misconduct at Educational Facilities

Working With Lasers in Research and Education

Sexual assault and sexual misconduct are an ongoing and serious problem at
schools across the country. According to the National Institute of Justice,
about 1 in 5 women and 6% of men are victims of completed or attempted
sexual assault while in college. There are more than 3,000 reports of forcible
sex offences reported on college campuses every year. The U.S. Department
of Education and its Office for Civil Rights regard these crimes as a serious
violation Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, commonly referred to
as Title IX, which was designed to prevent sexual discrimination in
education. Since 1972 a number of additional, related laws have been passed
with the goal of preventing and addressing sexual misconduct on school
campuses, including most recently the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination
(SaVE) Act. Failure to comply with these laws is also considered a violation of
Title IX. These laws and regulations are important for protecting students, but
they have created new and sometimes confusing obligations for schools and
their employees. This course will help employees understand Title IX and its
companion laws regarding sexual misconduct in education, and their role in
helping to prevent and respond to sexual misconduct. This course is designed
for all employees at educational institutions that fall under the provisions of
Title IX, with particular focus on those designated Responsible Employees. It is
intended to assist the employer in fulfilling the training requirements for

Lasers are powerful tools that have many applications in scientific and medical
classrooms, laboratories and research facilities. They can also be extremely
hazardous if used incorrectly. This course is designed to provide the learner
with a basic overview of laser function and operation, their associated
hazards, and the safety measures that must be taken to control those hazards.
It is appropriate for all employees and students who will be working with or
around lasers in an educational or research environment. This course was
developed in accordance with the guidelines provided by the American
National Standards Institutes (ANSI) Safe Use of Lasers in Educational
Institutions standard.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes

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Duration 41 minutes

General Industry
Access to Medical Records

Working With Animals in Research


Using animals for scientific and medical research and testing is a longstanding practice that has saved countless lives and led to important
breakthroughs. Unfortunately these animals are sometimes subjected to
unethical or inhumane treatments at the hands of careless or ill-informed
researchers. In 1966 Congress passed the Animal Welfare Act in response to
growing public concerns about both the treatment of animals during the
research process, and a growing black-market in stolen animals being sold to
unsuspecting laboratories. The act regulates how research facilities treat
animals, as well as regulating the trade and transportation of animals. During
this course users will learn about the history and purpose of the Animal
Welfare act and its requirements for the care and handling of animals. This
course is designed for all employees and students working with animals in a
research setting. The course is designed to assist the employer in meeting the
training requirements of the Animal Welfare Act.

Some types of jobs may expose workers to toxic substances. When an


exposure incident happens, the Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA) requires employers to maintain records of what
workers were exposed to, and to maintain any medical records that result
from that exposure. This course will help workers understand the types of
records that must be kept and their individual rights to access those records.
After successfully completing the course, the learner will have displayed the
ability to recognize the different types of employee exposure and medical

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 26 minutes

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Duration 12 minutes

Industry
General Industry
Accident Prevention Signs and Tags

General Industry
Aerial Lift Safety
Aerial lifts are typically used to provide workers with access to a workspace
that is temporarily inaccessible, usually due to height restraints. They are used
in maintenance and construction work, but also by emergency rescue
personnel. Learners who successfully complete this course will be able to
identify the types of aerial lifts, their uses, the difference between a qualified
and unqualified person, and identify the hazards and safe work practices
associated with aerial lifts. This course is intended for workers in general
industry or construction who may need to work with or around aerial lifts and
can help employers comply with OSHA regulations on aerial lifts.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires the use of
signs and symbols to warn workers about specific hazards in the workplace
and tell them how to prevent these hazards from causing harm or injury to
employees. The design of these signs is standardized across all types of
workplaces so that workers can easily understand their meanings. Workers
need to understand the rules that govern safety signs and recognize the
meanings of common symbols and colors in order to protect themselves and
others from harm. This course is designed to provide the learner with an
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 16 minutes

Active Shooter (A.L.I.C.E.)

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 15 minutes

Asbestos Hazard Awareness


Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral with excellent heat- and fire-resistant
properties. Throughout the 20th century, asbestos was commonly used in
building materials, pipe coatings, flooring, paint and texturing, and many other
applications. Unfortunately, inhaling asbestos fibers can cause asbestosis, a
chronic and often fatal lung disease. Fortunately, U.S. manufacturing
began phasing out asbestos in the 1970s. However, there are still many
buildings, homes and commercial facilities that contain Asbestos-Containing
Building Materials (ACBMs). This course will give workers an overview of
asbestos safety, including how asbestos exposure can happen, the negative
health effects of asbestos exposure, and common safety practices they must
follow to avoid exposure. This course is appropriate for all workers in general,
construction, oil and gas, and other industrial settings. While this course is
designed to meet OSHA training requirements, there may be additional sitespecific training requirements for workers. Please refer to the regulation listed
on this page for more information. This course is presented in English and
Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 19 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Active shooter incidents have become a growing source of concern in recent


years. This course is designed to help learners in any industry recognize
recommended actions to take in an active shooter event, as well as common
secondary hazards and recommended actions. This course focuses on the
A.L.I.C.E. program (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, and Evacuate) for
reacting to an active shooter situation. While the A.L.I.C.E. program is a good
set of guidelines for active, healthy adults, it may not be suitable for all people
in all situations. SafetySkills assumes no liability for any injuries or damage
that could occur while attempting these techniques.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 27 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Asbestos Hazard Awareness - International


Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral with excellent heat- and fire-resistant
properties. Throughout the 20th century, asbestos was commonly used in
building materials, pipe coatings, flooring, paint and texturing, and many other
applications. Unfortunately, inhaling asbestos fibers can cause asbestosis, a
chronic and often fatal lung disease. Fortunately, manufacturing began
phasing out asbestos in the 1970s. However, there are still many buildings,
homes and commercial facilities that contain Asbestos-Containing Building
Materials (ACBMs). This course will give workers an overview of asbestos
safety, including how asbestos exposure can happen, the negative health
effects of asbestos exposure, and common safety practices they must follow
to avoid exposure. This course is appropriate for all workers in general,
construction, oil and gas, and other industrial settings.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 19 minutes

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Industry
General Industry

General Industry

Back Injury Prevention

Basic First Aid

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) estimates
that back injuries make up nearly twenty percent of all workplace injuries and
costs the nation an estimated twenty to fifty billion dollars a year. Learners
who complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of the major causes of
workplace back injuries and how to prevent them. Employees will learn about
hazards and the three major types of hazard controls. This course provides
ergonomic information to help employers comply with OSHAs General Duty
Clause. This course is intended for general industry employees who, during
their regular work duties, are required to lift and carry materials. This course is
presented in English and Spanish.

Emergencies can happen any time, any place. In any industry, on any given
day, there could be a situation that arises at work where a coworker is injured
and needs immediate medical help. When this happens, it is essential that
employees know how to respond appropriately, render aid, and obtain higher
levels of care. This course will teach employees the basics of first aid
procedures and how to apply them to real-world scenarios. Employees will
learn their legal responsibilities as a first aid provider, how to identify different
types of medical emergencies and the proper steps to take, and how to react
in specific environmental conditions like extreme heat and cold. This
awareness-level course is intended for general-industry and office employees
who, during the course of their usual work routine, may be required to provide
basic medical aid to co-workers or others. While this course addresses OSHA
training requirements, there may be a site-specific training component
required that must be fulfilled by an employer. This course is presented in
English and Spanish.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 13 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 32 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Back Injury Prevention - Canada


Back injuries are some of the most common workplace injuries, and are
common when lifting, lowering, carrying, pushing or pulling loads, or when
working in awkward positions. Learners who complete this course will
demonstrate knowledge of the major causes of workplace back injuries and
how to prevent them. Employees will learn about hazards and the three major
types of hazard controls. This course provides ergonomic information to help
employers comply with OHS requirements under provincial, territorial and
federal laws. This course is intended for general industry employees in
Canada who, during their regular work duties, are required to lift and carry
materials.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 13 minutes

Basic First Aid - Cal/OSHA


There may be a situation that arises at work where a coworker is injured and
needs immediate medical help. In California, if there is no hospital or health
clinic near your workplace, there must be a person who is properly trained to
render first aid. This course will teach employees the basics of first aid
procedures and how to apply them to real-world scenarios. Employees will
learn their legal responsibilities as a first aid provider, how to identify different
types of medical emergencies and the proper steps to take, and how to react
in specific environmental conditions like extreme heat and cold.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 35 minutes

Back Injury Prevention - International

Basic First Aid - Canada

Back injuries are some of the most common workplace injuries, and are
common when lifting, lowering, carrying, pushing or pulling loads, or when
working in awkward positions. Learners who complete this course will
demonstrate knowledge of the major causes of workplace back injuries and
how to prevent them. Employees will learn about hazards and the three major
types of hazard controls. This course provides ergonomic information to help
employers comply with local and national laws in their respective countries.

Emergencies can happen any time, any place. In any industry, on any given
day, there could be a situation that arises at work where a coworker is injured
and needs immediate medical help. When this happens, it is essential that
employees know how to respond appropriately, render aid, and obtain higher
levels of care. This course will teach employees the basics of first aid
procedures and how to apply them to real-world scenarios. Employees will
learn their legal responsibilities as a first aid provider, how to identify different
types of medical emergencies and the proper steps to take, and how to react
in specific environmental conditions like extreme heat and cold. This
awareness-level course is intended for Canadian general-industry and office
employees who, during the course of their usual work routine, may be
required to provide basic medical aid to co-workers or others. This course is
intended to assist the employer in meeting OHS requirements.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 13 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 32 minutes

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Industry
General Industry

General Industry

Basic First Aid - International

Bloodborne Pathogens

Emergencies can happen any time, any place. In any industry, on any given
day, there could be a situation that arises at work where a coworker is injured
and needs immediate medical help. When this happens, it is essential that
employees know how to respond appropriately, render aid, and obtain higher
levels of care. This course will teach employees the basics of first aid
procedures and how to apply them to real-world scenarios. Employees will
learn their responsibilities as a first aid provider, how to identify different types
of medical emergencies and the proper steps to take, and how to react in
specific environmental conditions like extreme heat and cold. This awarenesslevel course is intended for general-industry and office employees who, during
the course of their usual work routine, may be required to provide basic
medical aid to co-workers or others.

Exposure to substances that could contain infectious agents is a common


worker hazard in the United States and abroad. Healthcare workers such as
physicians, nurses and technicians are commonly thought of as being at-risk;
however, building maintenance workers, social workers, food service and
housekeeping workers, childcare workers and teachers, administrative
personnel, and many other job types may also be at risk for exposure. The
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), recognizes that many
employees come in contact with human blood or other potentially infectious
materials during daily duties and thus are potentially exposed to this
occupational hazard. OSHAs bloodborne pathogen standard has served as
the basis for implementing policies and practices to minimize workers risk of
exposure to BBP's, specifically to the Hepatitis B virus (HBV), the Hepatitis C
virus (HCV) and the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). This course will
teach employees about the hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the
workplace and the basic controls required under OSHAs bloodborne
pathogen standard. This course will teach employees about the hazards of
bloodborne pathogens in the workplace. Employees will learn how to identify
major bloodborne diseases and symptoms, how pathogens are transmitted
and the basics of exposure prevention and incident response and cleanup.
This awareness-level course is designed for all workers who may be exposed

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 32 minutes

Behavior Based Safety


Behavior-based safety is a new concept in the safety industry that focuses on
reducing at-risk behaviors in the workplace through observation and
feedback. Learners who successfully complete this course will be able to
identify the basic concepts behind behavior-based safety, the components of
the safety triad, and recognize the importance of identifying at-risk behaviors.
The learner should also be able to identify the steps of a behavior-based
analysis and identify how to implement a behavior-based system in the
workplace. This course is intended for all employees who may work in a
company that has a behavior-based safety program in the workplace.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 14 minutes

Benzene Awareness
Benzene is a sweet-smelling, colorless liquid that can be extracted from coal
and petroleum. Benzene is mostly used as a solvent in the manufacturing
processes of medicines, dyes, linoleum, oil cloth, pesticides, plastics, paints
and other coatings, varnishes, lacquers, explosives, and even gasoline.
However, benzene is an extremely flammable substance and a known
carcinogen that can cause other significant health problems. Employees who
complete this course will display the ability to recognize the hazards, common
sources and recommended safe work practices associated with benzene. This
course is designed for all employees working in occupations that are
associated with benzene hazards, and will help employers comply with
OSHAs regulations on benzene.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 40 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Bloodborne Pathogens - Cal/OSHA


Exposure to substances that could contain infectious agents is a common
worker hazard in the United States and abroad. Healthcare workers such as
physicians, nurses and technicians are commonly thought of as being at-risk;
however, building maintenance workers, social workers, food service and
housekeeping workers, childcare workers and teachers, administrative
personnel, and many other job types may also be at risk for exposure. The
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the California
Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA), recognize that many
employees come in contact with human blood or other potentially infectious
materials during daily duties and thus are potentially exposed to this
occupational hazard. Cal/OSHAs bloodborne pathogen standard has served
as the basis for implementing policies and practices to minimize workers risk
of exposure to BBP's, specifically to the Hepatitis B virus (HBV), the Hepatitis C
virus (HCV) and the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). This course will
teach employees about the hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the
workplace and the basic controls required under Cal/OSHAs bloodborne
pathogen standard. This course will teach employees about the hazards of
bloodborne pathogens in the workplace. Employees will learn how to identify
major bloodborne diseases and symptoms, how pathogens are transmitted
and the basics of exposure prevention and incident response and cleanup.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 40 minutes

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Duration 15 minutes

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Industry
General Industry

General Industry

Bloodborne Pathogens - Canada

Carcinogen Awareness
A carcinogen is, by definition, a substance that causes cancer. Carcinogens
cause cancer by causing unhealthy cell mutations or advancing mutated cell
replication. Many work processes or pieces of workplace equipment can
expose workers to carcinogens, and the potential health effects may not be
apparent for many years. Taking this course will help employees recognize the
hazards, characteristics, and safe work practices associated with workplace
carcinogens. This course is designed for all employees working in occupations
that are associated with carcinogenic substances, chemical or otherwise. This
course will help employers to comply with OSHAs standards on Toxic and
Hazardous Substances.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 14 minutes

Exposure to substances that could contain infectious agents is a common


worker hazard. Healthcare workers such as physicians, nurses and technicians
are commonly thought of as being at-risk; however, building maintenance
workers, social workers, food service and housekeeping workers, childcare
workers and teachers, administrative personnel, and many other job types
may also be at risk for exposure. This course will teach employees about the
hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the workplace and the basic controls
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 40 minutes

Chemical Hazards in Laboratories and Research Facilities


A lot of important scientific research and development is done in laboratories.
The healthcare, pharmaceutical, and oil and gas industries, and many others,
rely on lab results to create processes and products, and to save lives.
However, there can be hazards to laboratory workers. Not least among them
are chemical hazards. This course will teach the learner to recognize the
basics of chemical classification and safety, including safe handling and
storage, the correct use of PPE, and recommended emergency procedures.
This course is designed for all employees and students working with
chemicals in a laboratory or research setting. It is intended to assist the
employer in complying with OSHAs hazardous chemical training requirements
for laboratories and general industry.

Bloodborne Pathogens - International


Exposure to substances that could contain infectious agents is a common
worker hazard. Healthcare workers such as physicians, nurses and technicians
are commonly thought of as being at-risk; however, building maintenance
workers, social workers, food service and housekeeping workers, childcare
workers and teachers, administrative personnel, and many other job types
may also be at risk for exposure. This course will teach employees about the
hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the workplace and the basic controls.
This course will teach employees about the hazards of bloodborne pathogens
in the workplace. Employees will learn how to identify major bloodborne
diseases and symptoms, how pathogens are transmitted and the basics of
exposure prevention and incident response and cleanup. This awareness-level
course is designed for all workers who may be exposed to blood or other
potentially infectious materials (OPIM) at any time during the performance of
their regular job duties.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 40 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 24 minutes

Chemical Hygiene Plan


A lot of important scientific research and development is done in laboratories,
and a lot of people depend on their work. However, there can be several
hazards to lab workers, particularly chemical hazards. The Occupational Safety
and Health Administration (OSHA) requires labs to create a formalized
chemical hygiene plan to help protect lab employees from chemical hazards.
Learners who successfully complete this course will display the ability to
recognize the purpose and components of a chemical hygiene plan, and
identify his/her responsibilities in the continued implementation of such a plan.
This course is designed for all workers, students or other personnel who will
work in a laboratory.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 18 minutes

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Chemical Safety

Cold Stress in the Workplace - Canada

There are nearly six hundred and fifty thousand chemical products available
today, and hundreds more introduced every year. OSHA estimates about
thirty-two million employees work with at least one chemical hazard every
day. Employees who take this course will learn how to identify hazards
associated with different chemicals, how to identify those hazards based on
container labeling, how to properly use personal protective equipment, and
safe storage and cleanup procedures. This course is intended for generalindustry employees who work with or around hazardous chemicals on a
regular basis. It will also aid employers in meeting several standards found
under OSHAs Hazardous Materials Standard.

When the bodys temperature drops below 98.6F, the blood vessels constrict
to keep the warm blood near the bodys core and vital organs to protect them.
In doing this, the blood flow to the arms and legs decrease and those parts of
the body become vulnerable to frostbite or hypothermia. This course will teach
employees about the hazards of working in cold temperatures and how to
minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to anticipate
and identify the effects of cold stress and methods used to prevent it. This
course is intended for general industry employees in Canada who, as part of
their regular work duties, will be subject to cold weather conditions for
significant periods of time.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 22 minutes

Chemical Safety - Canada


There are nearly six hundred and fifty thousand chemical products available
today, and hundreds more introduced every year. Employees who take this
course will learn how to identify hazards associated with different chemicals,
how to identify those hazards based on container labeling, how to properly
use personal protective equipment, and safe storage and cleanup procedures.
This course is intended for general-industry employees in Canada who work
with or around hazardous chemicals on a regular basis. It will also aid
employers in meeting WHMIS, PPE and other OHS standards.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 22 minutes

Chemical Safety - International


There are nearly six hundred and fifty thousand chemical products available
today, and hundreds more introduced every year. Employees who take this
course will learn how to identify hazards associated with different chemicals,
how to identify those hazards based on container labeling, how to properly
use personal protective equipment, and safe storage and cleanup procedures.
This course is intended for general-industry employees who work with or
around hazardous chemicals on a regular basis.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 19 minutes

Cold Stress in the Workplace - International


When the bodys temperature drops below 98.6F, the blood vessels constrict
to keep the warm blood near the bodys core and vital organs to protect them.
In doing this, the blood flow to the arms and legs decrease and those parts of
the body become vulnerable to frostbite or hypothermia. This course will teach
employees about the hazards of working in cold temperatures and how to
minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to anticipate
and identify the effects of cold stress and methods used to prevent it. This
course is intended for general industry employees who, as part of their regular
work duties, will be subject to cold weather conditions for significant periods
of time.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 19 minutes

Commercial Laundry Safety

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 22 minutes

Cold Stress in the Workplace


When the bodys temperature drops below 98.6F, the blood vessels constrict
to keep the warm blood near the bodys core and vital organs to protect them.
In doing this, the blood flow to the arms and legs decrease and those parts of
the body become vulnerable to frostbite or hypothermia. This course will teach
employees about the hazards of working in cold temperatures and how to
minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to anticipate
and identify the effects of cold stress and methods used to prevent it. This
course is intended for general industry employees who, as part of their regular
work duties, will be subject to cold weather conditions for significant periods
of time.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 19 minutes

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Industrial scale laundry operations pose certain inherent risks to workers,


including heat stress, bloodborne diseases, chemical exposure, machine
hazards, and musculoskeletal disorders. Because laundry is not typically
thought of as hazardous work, it is very important that laundry workers be
aware of the hazards they may face and possess the knowledge and skills to
protect themselves. This awareness-level course will discuss the common
hazards of working in a commercial laundry facility and the best methods for
controlling those hazards. This course was designed for employees working in
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 26 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Industry
General Industry

General Industry

Compressed Gas Safety

Confined Space Awareness - Canada

Compressed gas cylinders are designed to hold gases under extremely high
pressures in a relatively small container. But this convenience also presents
physical, explosive, toxic, corrosive and cryogenic dangers. This course should
help employees learn how to identify the hazards of compressed gases and
compressed gas cylinders, labeling and storage requirements for cylinders,
and how to implement safe work practices. This course is intended for
employees who use or work near compressed gases on a regular basis, and is
designed to help employers meet the requirements of OSHAs compressed
gas standards.

Confined spaces are some of the most hazardous work environments. This
course will teach employees the hazards and safety precautions associated
with confined spaces. Employees will learn how to identify confined spaces,
their hazards, methods used to control those hazards and the regulations
regarding `permit-required' confined spaces. This course is intended for
general industry employees in Canada who are required to work in or around
areas defined as confined spaces. Workplace specific information and hands
on training requirements will be needed in addition to this course. In addition
to this course, the employer may also need to provide courses covering Hot
Work and Respiratory Protection to meet other OHS training requirements.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 20 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 23 minutes

Compressed Gas Safety - International


Compressed gas cylinders are designed to hold gases under extremely high
pressures in a relatively small container. But this convenience also presents
physical, explosive, toxic, corrosive and cryogenic dangers. This course should
help employees learn how to identify the hazards of compressed gases and
compressed gas cylinders, labeling and storage requirements for cylinders,
and how to implement safe work practices. This course is intended for
employees who use or work near compressed gases on a regular basis.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 16 minutes

Compressed Gases Awareness - Cal/OSHA


Compressed gas cylinders are designed to hold gases under extremely high
pressures in a relatively small container. But this convenience also presents
physical, explosive, toxic, corrosive and cryogenic dangers. This course should
help employees learn how to identify the hazards of compressed gases and
compressed gas cylinders, labeling and storage requirements for cylinders,
and how to implement safe work practices. This course is intended for
employees in California who use or work near compressed gases on a regular
basis, and is designed to help employers meet the requirements of OSHA and
Cal/OSHAs compressed gas standards.

Confined Space Awareness - International


Confined spaces are some of the most hazardous work environments. This
course will teach employees the hazards and safety precautions associated
with confined spaces. Employees will learn how to identify confined spaces,
their hazards, methods used to control those hazards and the regulations
regarding `permit-required' confined spaces. This course is intended for
general industry employees who are required to work in or around confined
spaces.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 23 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 16 minutes

Confined Space Awareness


Confined spaces are some of the most hazardous work environments. This
course will teach employees the hazards and safety precautions associated
with confined spaces, with a heavy emphasis on OSHA safety requirements.
Employees will learn how to identify confined spaces, their hazards, methods
used to control those hazards and the regulations regarding `permit-required'
confined spaces. This course is intended for general industry employees who
are required to work in or around areas defined by OSHA as confined spaces.
This course is designed to help employers meet OSHAs standards on permitrequired confined spaces.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Conflict Resolution Strategies


Conflict is part of human nature. We all see things at least a bit differently from
each other, and when we care a lot about those things, were often willing to
argue, or even fight, for what we believe. Learners who successfully complete
this course will demonstrate knowledge of how to dispute causes, potential
dispute consequences, general types of conflict resolution programs, ThomasKilmann categories of conflict coping strategies, common bargaining styles
and their benefits, and methods for practicing negotiation and mediation in
the workplace. This course is designed to help managers, supervisors and HR
professionals create conflict resolution strategies for their workplace.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 105 minutes

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Construction Safety

CPR Refresher - International

Construction is a hard job, and the potential for accidents and serious injuries
doesnt make it any easier. Ensuring that workers are able to recognize and
guard against hazards can help prevent a lot of accidents, though. This course
will teach employees the basics of staying safe on construction sites.
Employees will learn how to recognize common construction site hazards, the
use and importance of personal protective equipment, and how to identify
safe housekeeping practices. This course is intended for construction
employees who are new to the construction industry, and will give them the
basic knowledge they need to start work on a construction site. This course
can assist employers in meeting OSHAs regulations for the construction
industry.

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR, is a life-saving skill. As with any skill,


occasional practice and review is necessary to properly perform a skill. This
course will give employees who have already been trained to perform CPR a
review of CPR's major procedures. Employees will review how CPR works,
when CPR should be performed and how to properly perform it. This course is
designed for employees who have already been trained to perform CPR and
need a general review of the major CPR procedures. Employees that have
never been trained on CPR and require training should receive it from an
instructor in person.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 17 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 13 minutes

Data Protection for Industry and Business

Construction Safety - Canada


Construction is a hard job, and the potential for accidents and serious injuries
doesnt make it any easier. Ensuring that workers are able to recognize and
guard against hazards can help prevent a lot of accidents, though. This course
will teach employees the basics of staying safe on construction sites.
Employees will learn how to recognize common construction site hazards, the
use and importance of personal protective equipment, and how to identify
safe housekeeping practices. This course is intended for construction
employees in Canada who are new to the construction industry, and will give
them the basic knowledge they need to start work on a construction site. This
course can assist Canadian employers in meeting Construction safety
requirements of provincial, territorial and federal OHS laws.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 17 minutes

Companies rely on a significant amount of digital data in order to function, and


the security of that data can be vital. Emails, documents, and even
communications through social media can put a company at risk in
unexpected ways. Because there is so much data, and because its difficult to
specifically predict what data is sensitive and how it could be harmful, it is
best to have some general data protection methods in place. This course is
designed to provide workers with recommended procedures for protecting
company data, including the creation of secure passwords and strategies for
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 19 minutes

CPR Refresher

Delivery Driver Safety

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR, is a life-saving skill. As with any skill,


occasional practice and review is necessary to properly perform a skill. This
course will give employees who have already been trained to perform CPR a
review of CPR's major procedures. Employees will review how CPR works,
when CPR should be performed and how to properly perform it. This course is
designed for employees who have already been trained to perform CPR and
need a general review of the major CPR procedures. Employees that have
never been trained on CPR and require training should receive it from an
instructor in person.

Delivery drivers have to deal with numerous hazards, including motor vehicle
accidents, ergonomic injuries from lifting and carrying, and robbery-related
violence. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able to
recognize procedures for driving and delivering in a safe and secure manner.
This course is intended for employees who, as part of their regular work
duties, are required to operate a motor vehicle on public roads to deliver
goods or services. Employers may also be interested in these related courses:
Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver, Road Rage, Hazards of Speeding, and
Hazardous Driving Conditions.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 13 minutes

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Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 21 minutes

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Delivery Driver Safety - Canada

Discrimination in the Workplace for Managers - Canada

Delivery drivers have to deal with numerous hazards, including motor vehicle
accidents, ergonomic injuries from lifting and carrying, and robbery-related
violence. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able to
recognize procedures for driving and delivering in a safe and secure manner.
This course is intended for Canadian employees who, as part of their regular
work duties, are required to operate a motor vehicle on public roads to deliver
goods or services. Employers may also be interested in these related courses:
Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver, Road Rage, Hazards of Speeding, and
Hazardous Driving Conditions.

Learners who successfully complete this course will display the ability to
identify the legal issues associated with discrimination in the workplace and
how to minimize or eliminate a companys chances of unfavorable legal
action. Managers will learn how to identify what workplace discrimination is
and how it occurs, how to identify protected class categories, how to
recognize workplace aspects of discrimination, and recognize that employers
have certain legal responsibilities to prevent and react to incidents of
discrimination in the workplace. This course is intended for managers and
human resources officers in Canada in all industries, and will assist employers
in complying with Canadian anti-discrimination laws.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 21 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 20 minutes

Disease Prevention for the Tattoo Industry

Delivery Driver Safety - International


Delivery drivers have to deal with numerous hazards, including motor vehicle
accidents, ergonomic injuries from lifting and carrying, and robbery-related
violence. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able to
recognize procedures for driving and delivering in a safe and secure manner.
This course is intended for employees who, as part of their regular work
duties, are required to operate a motor vehicle on public roads to deliver
goods or services. Employers may also be interested in these related courses:
Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver, Road Rage, Hazards of Speeding, and
Hazardous Driving Conditions.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 21 minutes

Tattooing has become a pretty common practice, but there are potential
health hazards when equipment isnt properly cleaned and sterilized. Learners
who successfully complete this course will be able to identify the common
types of bloodborne pathogens present in tattoo industry settings and
recommended measures used to prevent transmission. This course is
intended for entry-level employees who will work in any business in which
tattooing takes place. This course does not certify employees on bloodborne
pathogens or first aid. SafetySkills does offer additional training on these
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 10 minutes

Discrimination in the Workplace


Learners who successfully complete this course will display the ability to
identify the legal issues associated with discrimination in the workplace and
how to minimize or eliminate a companys chances of unfavorable legal
action. Managers will learn how to identify what workplace discrimination is
and how it occurs, how to identify protected class categories, how to
recognize workplace aspects of discrimination, and recognize that employers
have certain legal responsibilities to prevent and react to incidents of
discrimination in the workplace. This course is intended for managers and
human resources officers in all industries, and will assist employers in
complying with U.S. anti-discrimination laws.

Distracted Driver
Most people understand that distracted driving is a bad thing, but nearly
everyone does it in some form or another. Almost 20% of vehicle crashes
occur as a result of a distracted driver. Learners that successfully complete
this course will be able to identify the common causes of hazardous driver
distractions and methods for minimizing or eliminating them. This course is
intended for employees who, as part of their regular work duties, are required
to operate a motor vehicle on public roads. Employers may also be interested
in these related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Road Rage, Hazards of
Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous Driving Conditions.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 22 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 20 minutes

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Distracted Driver - Canada

Diversity in the Workplace - International

Most people understand that distracted driving is a bad thing, but nearly
everyone does it in some form or another. Almost 20% of vehicle crashes
occur as a result of a distracted driver. Learners that successfully complete
this course will be able to identify the common causes of hazardous driver
distractions and methods for minimizing or eliminating them. This course is
intended for employees in Canada who, as part of their regular work duties,
are required to operate a motor vehicle on public roads. Employers may also
be interested in these related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Road Rage,
Hazards of Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous Driving
Conditions.

Most people view their individual qualities with pride, and even cultivate the
things that make them special. Just as there are differences between
individuals, there are also differences between certain groups of people. In an
increasingly globalized economy, workplaces are increasingly more diverse.
Employees who complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of working
in a diverse workplace and how they can turn perceived differences to the
companys advantage. Employees will learn to define workplace diversity,
recognize the challenges of managing and working with diverse people, and
recognize its benefits. This course is intended for workers in any industry.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 22 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 16 minutes

Distracted Drivers - International


Most people understand that distracted driving is a bad thing, but nearly
everyone does it in some form or another. Almost 20% of vehicle crashes
occur as a result of a distracted driver. Learners that successfully complete
this course will be able to identify the common causes of hazardous driver
distractions and methods for minimizing or eliminating them. This course is
intended for employees who, as part of their regular work duties, are required
to operate a motor vehicle on public roads. Employers may also be interested
in these related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Road Rage, Hazards of
Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous Driving Conditions.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 22 minutes

Diversity in the Workplace

Driver Safety
For most people, driving is a necessary part of daily life. Its even a job for
some people. However, on average, 30,000-40,000 people are killed on the
road every year, and more than 2 million are injured. This course will teach
employees who drive on company business safe driving habits and defensive
driving methods. Employees will learn how to recognize accident prevention
and safe driving habits, identify different road hazards, and recognize
hazardous driving behavior in themselves and others. This course is intended
for general industry employees who, in the course of regular work duties, are
required to operate a motor vehicle on public roads. Employers may also be
interested in these related courses: Distracted Driver, Road Rage, Hazards of
Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous Driving Conditions.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Driver Safety - Canada

Most people view their individual qualities with pride, and even cultivate the
things that make them special. Just as there are differences between
individuals, there are also differences between certain groups of people. In an
increasingly globalized economy, workplaces are increasingly more diverse.
Employees who complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of working
in a diverse workplace and how they can turn perceived differences to the
companys advantage. Employees will learn to define workplace diversity,
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 16 minutes

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For most people, driving is a necessary part of daily life. Its even a job for
some people. However, injuries and deaths on the road are still far too
common. This course will teach employees who drive on company business
safe driving habits and defensive driving methods. Employees that
successfully complete this course will learn how to recognize accident
prevention and safe driving habits, identify different road hazards, and
recognize hazardous driving behavior in themselves and others. This course is
intended for general industry employees in Canada who, in the course of
regular work duties, are required to operate a motor vehicle on public roads.
Employers may also be interested in these related courses: Distracted Driver,
Road Rage, Hazards of Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous
Driving Conditions.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 20 minutes

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Driver Safety - International

Drug Free Workplace - International

For most people, driving is a necessary part of daily life. Its even a job for
some people. However, injuries and deaths on the road are still far too
common. This course will teach employees who drive on company business
safe driving habits and defensive driving methods. Employees that
successfully complete this course will learn how to recognize accident
prevention and safe driving habits, identify different road hazards, and
recognize hazardous driving behavior in themselves and others. This course is
intended for general industry employees who, in the course of regular work
duties, are required to operate a motor vehicle on public roads. Employers
may also be interested in these related courses: Distracted Driver, Road Rage,
Hazards of Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous Driving
Conditions.

The term drug abuse often conjures-up images of junkies lurking in back
alleys and crack houses, but most drug users are actively employed.
Substance abuse is a problem that can seriously affect the safety of all
employees in the workplace. This course will teach employees about the
importance of keeping drugs out of the workplace and what they can do to
help. Employees will learn about the impact of drug and alcohol abuse in
workplaces, how to identify the elements of a drug-free workplace program
and the signs and symptoms of drug and alcohol abuse. This course is
intended for employees in all industries.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 23 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 20 minutes

Drug Free Workplace


Electrical Safety
Electricity is accepted as a source of power without much thought to its
hazards, but its one of the deadliest hazards in the workplace. Employees
who take this course will learn how to recognize the dangers of electricity,
possible electrical injuries, and how to use standard hazard controls. This
course is aimed at employees who work regularly with electrical equipment,
including equipment maintenance and repair, and can assist the employer in
meeting OSHAs electrical safety requirements for unqualified workers. This
course does not qualify an unqualified worker.
The term drug abuse often conjures-up images of junkies lurking in back
alleys and crack houses, but most drug users are actively employed.
Substance abuse is a problem that can seriously affect the safety of all
employees in the workplace. This course will teach employees about the
importance of keeping drugs out of the workplace and what they can do to
help. Employees will learn about the impact of drug and alcohol abuse in U.S.
workplaces, how to identify the elements of a drug-free workplace program

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 19 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 23 minutes

Electrical Safety - Arc Flash

Drug Free Workplace - Canada


The term drug abuse often conjures-up images of junkies lurking in back
alleys and crack houses, but most drug users are actively employed.
Substance abuse is a problem that can seriously affect the safety of all
employees in the workplace. This course will teach employees about the
importance of keeping drugs out of the workplace and what they can do to
help. Employees will learn about the impact of drug and alcohol abuse in the
workplace, how to identify the elements of a drug-free workplace program
and the signs and symptoms of drug and alcohol abuse. This course is
intended for employees in Canada in all industries.

Arc flash can happen instantly wherever theres electricity, and can cause
severe injury or death. Learners that complete this course should be able to
identify the conditions and hazards associated with arc flashes, and the safe
work practices and personal protective equipment recommended by OSHA
and NIOSH. This course is geared towards qualified or unqualified workers
who need training on arc flash, and will help employers meet OSHA and
NIOSH training requirements. While this course also satisfies the NFPAs 70E
general training requirement in regards to Arc Flash for qualified workers, it
may not satisfy any site/equipment-specific required training. It will fully meet
training requirements for unqualified workers.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 23 minutes

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Duration 14 minutes

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Electrical Safety - Arc Flash - Canada

Electrical Safety - Grounding

Arc flash can happen instantly wherever theres electricity, and can cause
severe injury or death. Learners that complete this course should be able to
identify the conditions and hazards associated with arc flashes, and the safe
work practices and personal protective equipment used to protect from arc
flash. This course is geared towards qualified or unqualified workers who
need training on arc flash, and will help employers meet OSH training
requirements. While this course also satisfies the NFPAs 70E general training
requirement in regards to Arc Flash for qualified workers, it may not satisfy
any site/equipment-specific required training. It will fully meet training
requirements for unqualified workers.

Electricity is one of the modern eras greatest discoveries, but it also presents
some dangers. It can cause serious injury or death if it leaves wiring or
equipment and flows into the human body. Employees that successfully
complete this course will display the ability to recognize the safety function of
electrical grounding, its applications in the workplace, and OSHAs grounding
requirements for workplace electrical equipment. This course is designed for
all workers who may use handheld power tools or other electrically powered
equipment while at work. This course will assist employers in meeting OSHAs
standards on wiring and grounding equipment.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 14 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 16 minutes

Electrical Safety - Cal/OSHA

Electrical Safety - International

Electricity is accepted as a source of power without much thought given to its


potential hazards. Some employees work with electricity directly, but some
work with it indirectly. This course gives learners information about hazards
associated with electrical equipment in the workplace and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to recognize the dangers of
electricity, possible electrical injuries, and how to use standard hazard
controls. This course is geared towards California employees who work
regularly with electrical equipment, including equipment maintenance and
repair. Employers can use this course to help meet the requirements of
Cal/OSHA and Federal OSHA standards.

Electricity is accepted as a source of power without much thought to its


hazards, but its one of the deadliest hazards in the workplace. Employees
who take this course will learn how to identify general electrical safety
standards, safe work practices when working on or around electrical
equipment, and safe work practices qualified and authorized workers should
use when working on or near exposed electrical equipment. This course is
aimed at employees who work regularly with electrical equipment, including
equipment maintenance and repair.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 23 minutes

Electrical Safety - Canada


Electricity is accepted as a source of power without much thought to its
hazards, but its one of the deadliest hazards in the workplace. Employees
who take this course will learn how to recognize the dangers of electricity,
possible electrical injuries, and how to use standard hazard controls. This
course is aimed at Canadian employees who work regularly with electrical
equipment, including equipment maintenance and repair, and can assist the
employer in meeting the requirements of its respective provincial, territorial
and/or federal Occupational Health and Safety regulations. This course does
not qualify an "unqualified" worker.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 19 minutes

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Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 19 minutes

Electrical Safety above 601 Volts


Working with or around electricity comes with some risks, especially highvoltage electricity. Both direct contact and arc flash can cause severe injuries
including burns, open wounds, and can easily lead to death. Workers who
complete this course should be able to identify hazards associated with highvoltage electricity, common sources and occupations associated with those
hazards, and safe work practices required/recommended while working
around high-voltage sources/hazards. This course is intended for all workers
who many come in contact with high-voltage sources while working, and can
assist employers with complying with OSHAs requirements on electrical
safety.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 12 minutes

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Emergency Action Plans for Office Employees

Emergency Response - International


Unexpected emergencies can happen anytime, anyplace. While we can't
control when and where life-threatening emergencies happen, being prepared
can minimize property damage and will greatly reduce the chances of serious
injuries or death. This course will teach the average employee the basics of
what they should do in case of an emergency in the workplace. Employees will
learn how to identify the importance of a well-defined emergency response
plan and reporting emergencies, the components of an evacuation, and
identify emergency response actions. This course is intended for all general
industry and office employees.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 18 minutes

Emergency events can happen any place, any time. Many facilities are
required to have a written emergency action plan, and must train employees
over that plan. These plans, however, can often be long and detailed, covering
many different types of emergencies, which can make it difficult for
employees to understand the context of various policies and procedures, and
how their individual role fits into the larger plan. This awareness-level course
will provide a general overview of emergency action plans and standard
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes

Environmental Awareness
This course gives learners some of the skills necessary to anticipate sources of
pollution in daily operations and control them to prevent pollution. After
completing this course, learners will know how to identify the consequences
of water, air and land pollution, and common pollution prevention methods.
This course is intended for general industry employees who, during their
regular work duties, may cause water, air or land pollution. The employer may
also be interested in the Hazardous Waste Awareness, Universal Waste
Management, Used Oil Management, and Storm Water Pollution Prevention
for Industrial Operations courses.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 12 minutes

Emergency Response
Unexpected emergencies can happen anytime, anyplace. While we can't
control when and where life-threatening emergencies happen, being prepared
can minimize property damage and will greatly reduce the chances of serious
injuries or death. This course will teach the average employee the basics of
what they should do in case of an emergency in the workplace. Employees will
learn how to identify the importance of a well-defined emergency response
plan and reporting emergencies, the components of an evacuation, and
identify emergency response actions. This course is intended for all general
industry and office employees, and assists employers in complying with
OSHAs requirements for emergency action plans.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 18 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Environmental Awareness - International


This course gives learners some of the skills necessary to anticipate sources of
pollution in daily operations and control them to prevent pollution. After
completing this course, learners will know how to identify the consequences
of water, air and land pollution, and common pollution prevention methods.
This course is intended for general industry employees who, during their
regular work duties, may cause water, air or land pollution. The employer may
also be interested in the Hazardous Waste Awareness, Universal Waste
Management, Used Oil Management, and Storm Water Pollution Prevention
for Industrial Operations courses.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 12 minutes

Emergency Response - Canada


Unexpected emergencies can happen anytime, anyplace. While we can't
control when and where life-threatening emergencies happen, being prepared
can minimize property damage and will greatly reduce the chances of serious
injuries or death. This course will teach the average employee the basics of
what they should do in case of an emergency in the workplace. Employees will
learn how to identify the importance of a well-defined emergency response
plan and reporting emergencies, the components of an evacuation, and
identify emergency response actions. This course is intended for all Canadian
general industry and office employees, and assists employers in complying
with OHS requirements for emergency action plans.

Excavation and Trenching


Many projects, both in construction and general industry, require trenches and
excavations. For example, new buildings need water, gas and electrical supply
lines, which are usually buried under our roads, yards and fields. Learners who
complete this course will know how to recognize the potential hazards of
working in or around trenches and excavations, and the OSHA-required
protective measures they must employ on the job. This course is intended for
general-industry and construction employees who, during their regular work
duties, are required to work in or around trenching or excavation operations,
and will assist the employer in meeting OSHA standards on excavations.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 17 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 18 minutes

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Fall Protection - International
FFalling is consistently one of the most common causes of workplace
fatalities. Falls from as little as 4 to 6 feet can cause serious injuries,
sometimes death. There are many different types of work and many different
types of fall hazards. This course will teach employees the importance and
practice of consistent fall protection. Employees will learn about fall hazards,
how to identify fall protection methods and various safe work practices. This
course is intended for employees in any industry who, during their regular job
duties, work at heights requiring fall protection.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 19 minutes

Many projects, both in construction and general industry, require trenches and
excavations. For example, new buildings need water, gas and electrical supply
lines, which are usually buried under our roads, yards and fields. Learners who
complete this course will know how to recognize the potential hazards of
working in or around trenches and excavations, and the legally required
protective measures they must employ on the job. This course is intended for
general-industry and construction employees who, during their regular work
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 18 minutes

Fall Protection
Falling is consistently one of the most common causes of workplace fatalities.
Falls from as little as 4 to 6 feet can cause serious injuries, sometimes death.
There are many different types of work and many different types of fall
hazards. This course will teach employees the importance and practice of
consistent fall protection. Employees will learn about fall hazards, how to
identify fall protection methods and various safe work practices. This course is
intended for employees who, during their regular job duties, work at heights
requiring fall protection.

Fall Protection Awareness - Cal/OSHA


Falling is consistently one of the most common causes of workplace fatalities.
Falls from as little as 4 to 6 feet can cause serious injuries, sometimes death.
There are many different types of work and many different types of fall
hazards. This course will teach employees the importance and practice of
consistent fall protection. Employees will learn about fall hazards, how to
identify fall protection methods and various safe work practices. This course is
intended for employees in California who, during their regular job duties, work
at heights requiring fall protection. This course provides information to aid the
employer in meeting the training requirements of 8 CCR Section 3210, 8 CCR
Section 3622, and 29 CFR 1926.502. Hands-on training for personal fall arrest
systems will need to be provided by employers.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 19 minutes

Fire Safety
Fall Protection - Canada
Falling is consistently one of the most common causes of workplace fatalities.
Falls from as little as 4 to 6 feet can cause serious injuries, sometimes death.
There are many different types of work and many different types of fall
hazards. This course will teach employees the importance and practice of
consistent fall protection. Employees will learn about fall hazards, how to
identify fall protection methods and various safe work practices. This course is
intended for employees in Canada who, during their regular job duties, work
at heights requiring fall protection. This course will assist employers with
meeting provincial, territorial and federal OHS requirements.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 19 minutes

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Fire emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere, in any industry. Fires are
one of the most common emergencies to contend with in workplaces, and can
be one of the most harmful if not dealt with properly. This course should give
employees the knowledge to safely react and respond to a fire emergency in
their workplace. Employees will learn their responsibilities in a fire emergency,
how to identify different alarm signals, evacuation routes and procedures, and
fire extinguisher use. This course is intended for general industry employees
who are required to understand their responsibilities in a fire emergency. This
course assists employers in meeting fire safety standards required by OSHA,
however there may also be a site-specific training component required that
must be fulfilled by an employer. This course is presented in English and
Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Fire Safety - Cal/OSHA

Flammable and Combustible Liquid Hazards International


When dealing with flammable and combustible liquids, proper handling,
storage and fire control requirements must be followed. This course will teach
employees about the hazards of different flammable and combustible liquids
and how to minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to
identify flammable and combustible liquid hazards with Safety Data Sheets
and labeling, and how to select hazard prevention measures. This course is
intended for employees who, during the course of their regular job duties,
may use or come in contact with flammable and combustible liquids.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 17 minutes

Fire emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere, in any industry. Fires are
one of the most common emergencies to contend with in workplaces, and can
be one of the most harmful if not dealt with properly. This course should give
employees the knowledge to safely react and respond to a fire emergency in
their workplace. California employees will learn their responsibilities in a fire
emergency, how to identify different alarm signals, evacuation routes and
procedures, and fire extinguisher use. This course is intended for generalCompatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 22 minutes

Fire Safety - Canadian


Fire emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere, in any industry. Fires are
one of the most common emergencies to contend with in workplaces, and can
be one of the most harmful if not dealt with properly. This course should give
employees the knowledge to safely react and respond to a fire emergency in
their workplace. Employees will learn their responsibilities in a fire emergency,
how to identify different alarm signals, evacuation routes and procedures, and
fire extinguisher use. This course is intended for all workers employed in
Canada. This course assists employers in meeting fire safety requirements
contained in provincial, territorial and federal OHS standards.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 20 minutes

Fire emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere, in any industry. Fires are
one of the most common emergencies to contend with in workplaces, and can
be one of the most harmful if not dealt with properly. This course should give
employees the knowledge to safely react and respond to a fire emergency in
their workplace. Employees will learn their responsibilities in a fire emergency,
how to identify different alarm signals, evacuation routes and procedures, and
fire extinguisher use. This course is intended for general industry employees
who are required to understand their responsibilities in a fire emergency.

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When dealing with flammable and combustible liquids, proper handling,


storage and fire control requirements must be followed. This course will teach
employees about the hazards of different flammable and combustible liquids
and how to minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to
identify flammable and combustible liquid hazards with Safety Data Sheets
and labeling, and how to select hazard prevention measures. This course is
intended for employees who, during the course of their regular job duties,
may use or come in contact with flammable and combustible liquids. This
course will assist employers with meeting OSHA regulations on flammable
liquids.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 17 minutes

Food Safety

Fire Safety - International

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 20 minutes

Flammable and Combustible Liquids

Food. We like it. Smelling it, tasting it, feeling full of it, food is pretty key to our
happiness. But if youve ever had food poisoning, you know that food can
sometimes be very, very bad. In fact, food causes approximately 48 million
illnesses, 128,000 hospitalizations, and 3,000 deaths in the United States
each year. The sad thing is, the vast majority of those illnesses could have
easily been avoided if the people who handled and prepared the food had
followed proper food safety practices. After successfully completing this
course, the learner should be able to recognize the purpose of the FDAs Food
Code and identify the responsibilities of food employees regarding the
prevention of foodborne illness. This course is designed for all employees in
food service establishments and commercial kitchens, with particular
emphasis on those employees designated by the FDAs Food Code as food
employees and conditional employees.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 34 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Forklift Operator Training - Fundamentals

Forklift Operator Training - Fundamentals - International

Forklifts and other powered industrial trucks are very useful tools in many
different industries. They are so common that many people think theyre easy
to drive, and dont require much training to operate. However, forklift injuries
are common, including collisions, pinches, roll-overs, and accidents involving
loads. This course is intended for workers who are required to operate a
forklift or other powered industrial truck on the job. Learners that complete
this course will display the ability to recognize the forklift's instruments and
controls, common hazards associated with forklift operation and OSHArequired safe work practices for forklift operation. This course is designed to
assist forklift operators and their employers to complete the formal training
(classroom) portion of OSHAs required training for operators of powered
industrial trucks. This course is available in both English and Spanish.

Forklifts and other powered industrial trucks are very useful tools in many
different industries. They are so common that many people think theyre easy
to drive, and dont require much training to operate. However, forklift injuries
are common, including collisions, pinches, roll-overs, and accidents involving
loads. This course is intended for workers who are required to operate a
forklift or other powered industrial truck on the job. Learners that complete
this course will display the ability to recognize the forklift's instruments and
controls, common hazards associated with forklift operation and safe work
practices for forklift operation.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 24 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Forklift Operator Training - Fundamentals - Cal/OSHA


Forklifts are commonplace in many Californian workplaces, and many may
think driving a forklift is just like driving a car. Unfortunately, forklift accidents
are common, including collisions, pinches, roll-overs, and accidents involving
loads or even pedestrians. However, proper training in operation and safe
work practices can avoid most accidents. This course informs employees
about a forklifts instruments and controls, common hazards associated with
forklift operation and Cal/OSHA-required safe work practices for forklift
operation. This course is designed for Californian employees who are required
to drive a forklift or other powered industrial truck as part of their normal job
duties, and helps employers cover OSHA and Cal/OSHAs classroom training
requirements for operating forklifts. Employees will also require in-person
training from their employer before being authorized to operate a forklift.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 24 minutes

Forklift Operator Training - Safe Maintenance


This course is designed for workers who will operate forklifts on the job. After
successfully completing this course, learners should be able to identify the
safe work practices required by OSHA for proper forklift maintenance. Workers
taking this course should already have a basic understanding of forklift
operations and safety, but this course will help them gain a deeper
understanding of OSHAs requirements. This course will help employers meet
OSHAs training requirements on powered industrial truck operations.
Employers may also be interested in some of our other Forklift Operator
Training courses, including: Fundamentals, Safe Operations, and Safe
Traveling and Loading.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 12 minutes

Forklift Operator Training - Safe Operations

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 24 minutes

Forklift Operator Training - Fundamentals - Canada


Forklifts are very useful tools in many different industries. They are so
common that many people think theyre easy to drive, and dont require much
training to operate. However, forklift injuries are common, such as collisions,
pinches, roll-overs, and accidents involving loads. This course is intended for
Canadian workers who, in the course of their regular work duties, are required
to operate a forklift or other powered industrial truck. Learners that
successfully complete this course will display the ability to recognize the
forklift's instruments and controls, common hazards associated with forklift
operation and OHS-required safe work practices for forklift operation.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 24 minutes

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This course is designed for all workers who will operate forklifts on the job.
After successfully completing this course, learners should be able to identify
the safe work practices required by OSHA for proper forklift operations.
Workers taking this course should already have a basic understanding of
forklift operations and safety, but this course will help them gain a deeper
understanding of OSHAs requirements. This course will help employers meet
OSHAs training requirements on powered industrial truck operations.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 10 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Forklift Operator Training - Safe Traveling and Loading


This course is designed for workers who will operate forklifts on the job. After
successfully completing this course, learners should be able to identify the
safe work practices required by OSHA for proper forklift traveling and loading.
Workers taking this course should already have a basic understanding of
forklift operations and safety, but this course will help them gain a deeper
understanding of OSHAs requirements. This course will help employers meet
OSHAs training requirements on powered industrial truck operations.
Employers may also be interested in some of our other Forklift Operator
Training courses, including: Fundamentals, Safe Operations, and Safe
Maintenance. This course is presented in English and Spanish.

Groundskeeping, Landscaping and Golf Course


Maintenance Safety

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 11 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Formaldehyde Safety in Research and Education


Formaldehyde is a versatile substance used in many industrial and laboratory
processes, as well as in other medical and research settings. When workers
must be exposed to formaldehyde while performing research or disinfecting
equipment, it's important that they understand the hazards associated with
formaldehyde. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able
to identify the chemical and physical properties of formaldehyde, the effects
and symptoms of formaldehyde on the body, and required and recommended
safe handling and storage of formaldehyde. Learners should also be able to
identify exposure controls and proper responses, as well as monitoring and
medical surveillance systems.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 32 minutes

Globally Harmonized System


In 2012, OSHA updated the Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) standard to
require the use of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and
Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). GHS is exactly what it sounds like, a global,
unified system for classifying chemical hazards and presenting hazard
information in a uniform way on chemical containers, safety data sheets, and
other hazard communication documents. Employees who need HAZCOM
training under the OSHA standard must now also be trained over the
requirements of GHS, and must be familiar with the symbols and label formats
they are likely to encounter as GHS is implemented. During this course,
employees will learn about the new label and safety data sheet requirements
in the standard, as well as answers to common questions about the standard.
This course is intended for employees in any industry who have already
received OSHA compliant HAZCOM training, but who still need to be trained
over the recent GHS update. This course alone will not fulfill the HAZCOM
training requirement. Employees who have not yet received HAZCOM training
should take one of our Hazard Communication courses, all of which
incorporate information about GHS. This course is presented in both English
and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 18 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Groundskeeping, landscaping and golf course maintenance duties involve a


number of hazards that workers may not be aware of. According to the U.S.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, approximately 190 grounds maintenance workers
are killed and more than 15,000 are injured each year, a rate much higher
than other industries. During this course, learners will receive an overview of
the physical, chemical, and wildlife hazards associated with landscaping and
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes

Hand and Pinch Point Safety


While on the job, using a tool improperly or not paying attention while working
around heavy machinery can lead to damaging various parts of a workers
hands. Because of the complexity of the hand, repairing the hand to its
previous abilities may be difficult. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics,
an average of 140,000 hand injuries were reported in 2011 resulting in about 5
days away from work per injury. While most serious hand injuries occur as a
result of physical trauma from machinery, other hand injuries can be caused
by ergonomic hazards due to repetitive motion. While these injuries are less
severe, they result in the most days away from work compared to other
injuries. Learners who successfully complete this course will demonstrate
knowledge of how to identify the types of hand hazards, methods of hand
protection and types of gloves and their properties.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 19 minutes

Hand and Power Tool Safety


Tools are such a common part of our lives that its difficult to remember that
they may pose potential hazards to our safety. This course will teach
employees the importance of hand and power tool safety and how to achieve
it. Employees who successfully complete this course should learn the common
hazards of different types of hand and power tools, including electrical,
pneumatic, hydraulic and abrasive-wheel tools and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. This course is intended for general industry
employees who, as part of their regular work duties, are required to use or
work around hand and power tools. This course can assist employers with
meeting regulations outlined in OSHAs regulations on hand and power tools.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 24 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Hand and Power Tool Safety - Cal/OSHA

Hazard Communication

Tools are such a common part of our lives that its difficult to remember that
they may pose potential hazards to our safety. This course will teach
employees the importance of hand and power tool safety and how to achieve
it. Employees who successfully complete this course should learn the common
hazards of different types of hand and power tools, including electrical,
pneumatic, hydraulic and abrasive-wheel tools and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. This course is intended for California employees who,
as part of their regular work duties, are required to use or work around hand
and power tools. This course is provided to assist the employer in meeting the
requirements of Cal/OSHA Standard 8 CCR Section 3556 and OSHA Standards
29 CFR 1910.241244. While this course addresses OSHA and Cal/OSHA
training requirements, there may be a site-specific training component
required that must be fulfilled by an employer.

Chemicals can pose a wide range of health and physical hazards, and
exposure to hazardous chemicals is common for workers in a large variety of
industries. When workers are exposed to hazardous chemicals, OHSA requires
employers to provide employees with information about those hazards and
training over how to protect themselves and others from harm. During this
course, employees will learn about OSHA's Hazard Communication (HAZCOM)
standard and the purpose and requirements of a HAZCOM program. The
course will discuss common sources and routes of potential chemical
exposure, and their recommended protective measures. Finally the course will
discuss methods for learning more about chemical hazards, including labels,
safety data sheets (SDS) and hazard assessments. This course is intended to
assist the employer in meeting the training requirements under OSHAs
HAZCOM standard. It is designed for all employees who use hazardous
chemicals, or who work in a facility in which hazardous chemicals are regularly
used or stored. It has been updated to include information about the Globally
Harmonized System (GHS). This course is designed for employees who need
initial or refresher Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) training. Employees who
have already received HAZCOM training and only require training over the
GHS update should consider taking our Globally Harmonized System (GHS)
course instead. This course is presented in English and Spanish.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 24 minutes

Hand and Power Tool Safety - Canada


Tools are such a common part of our lives that its difficult to remember that
they may pose potential hazards to our safety. This course will teach
employees the importance of hand and power tool safety and how to achieve
it. Employees who successfully complete this course should learn the common
hazards of different types of hand and power tools, including electrical,
pneumatic, hydraulic and abrasive-wheel tools and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. This course is intended for general industry
employees in Canada who, as part of their regular work duties, are required to
use or work around hand and power tools. This course is provided to assist
the employer in meeting the requirements of OHS laws.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 24 minutes

Hand and Power Tool Safety - International


Tools are such a common part of our lives that its difficult to remember that
they may pose potential hazards to our safety. This course will teach
employees the importance of hand and power tool safety and how to achieve
it. Employees who successfully complete this course should learn the common
hazards of different types of hand and power tools, including electrical,
pneumatic, hydraulic and abrasive-wheel tools and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. This course is intended for general industry
employees who, as part of their regular work duties, are required to use or
work around hand and power tools.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 29 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Hazard Communication - International


Chemicals can pose a wide range of health and physical hazards, and
exposure to hazardous chemicals is common for workers in a large variety of
industries. When workers are exposed to hazardous chemicals, employers
need to provide employees with information about those hazards and training
over how to protect themselves and others from harm. During this course,
employees will learn about the purpose and requirements of a HAZCOM
program. The course will discuss common sources and routes of potential
chemical exposure, and their recommended protective measures. Finally the
course will discuss methods for learning more about chemical hazards,
including labels, safety data sheets (SDS) and hazard assessments. This
course is designed for all employees who use hazardous chemicals, or who
work in a facility in which hazardous chemicals are regularly used or stored. It
has been updated to include information about the Globally Harmonized
System (GHS).
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 29 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 24 minutes

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Hazardous Driving Conditions

Hazardous Materials Management, Basic

Driving can be dangerous any time, but hazardous road and weather
conditions can greatly increase the chances of accidents. Statistically, driving
accidents occur at highly elevated rates during hazardous weather conditions,
such as snow, sleet, ice, rain and fog. Learners who successfully complete this
course should be able to identify hazardous driving conditions and methods
for eliminating, minimizing or avoiding those hazards. This course is meant for
employees who, as part of their regular job duties, are required to operate a
motor vehicle on public roads. Employers may also be interested in these
related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver, Road Rage, Hazards of
Speeding, and Delivery Driver Safety.

Hazardous materials can be dangerous. However, they can also be very


useful. Hazardous materials are used in manufacturing, service industries and
many other applications. To protect the people who transport these
substances and the public at large, the U.S. Department of Transportation
(DOT) has created a hazardous materials classification system Learners who
successfully complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of how to
identify general definitions related to the DOTs hazardous materials
classification. This course is designed for workers that, during the execution of
any job duties, are required to work with or around hazardous materials.
Additional training is available if employees require more comprehensive
training over the Hazardous Materials Table.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 17 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 15 minutes

Hazardous Driving Conditions - Canada


Driving can be dangerous any time, but hazardous road and weather
conditions can greatly increase the chances of accidents. Statistically, driving
accidents occur at highly elevated rates during hazardous weather conditions,
such as snow, sleet, ice, rain and fog. Learners who successfully complete this
course should be able to identify hazardous driving conditions and methods
for eliminating, minimizing or avoiding those hazards. This course is meant for
employees in Canada who, as part of their regular job duties, are required to
operate a motor vehicle on public roads. Employers may also be interested in
these related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver, Road Rage,
Hazards of Speeding, and Delivery Driver Safety.

Hazardous Materials Management, Explosives


Explosives are high energy materials which chemically react to form an
extremely rapid release of gas and energy. An explosive is defined as any
chemical compound, mixture, or device that creates an instantaneous release
of gas and heat. Learners who successfully complete this course should be
able to identify the characteristics and the subdivisions of Class 1 explosive
materials. This course is designed for employees who will need to recognize
the hazardous properties of Class 1 explosive materials. Employers may also
be interested in the Basic HAZMAT Management course if an employee is not
familiar with the Hazardous Materials Table.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 10 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 17 minutes

Hazardous Waste Awareness

Hazardous Driving Conditions - International


Driving can be dangerous any time, but hazardous road and weather
conditions can greatly increase the chances of accidents. Statistically, driving
accidents occur at highly elevated rates during hazardous weather conditions,
such as snow, sleet, ice, rain and fog. Learners who successfully complete this
course should be able to identify hazardous driving conditions and methods
for eliminating, minimizing or avoiding those hazards. This course is meant for
employees who, as part of their regular job duties, are required to operate a
motor vehicle on public roads. Employers may also be interested in these
related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver, Road Rage, Hazards of
Speeding, and Delivery Driver Safety.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Environmental


Protection Agency (EPA) have very stringent requirements for hazardous waste
storage, handling and transportation. Not disposing of waste properly could
result in a hefty fine, in addition to potential environmental damage. This
course will teach employees their responsibilities when dealing with
hazardous waste at work. Employees will learn how to identify and describe
the basics of federal hazardous waste regulation, define hazardous waste,
and the different generator status categories. This course is intended for
employees who, during their regular work duties, are required to work with or
around hazardous waste. This course can assist employers in meeting OSHA
and EPA requirements on hazardous waste.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 17 minutes

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Duration 15 minutes

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Hazards of Speeding
Someone dies in a motor vehicle accident about once every twelve minutes. It
is estimated that speeding is a factor in over 30 percent of those traffic
fatalities, which translates to 10,000 -13,000 deaths a year. Learners that
successfully complete this course will demonstrate the ability to recognize
speeding hazards and identify strategies to minimize, eliminate or avoid them.
This course is designed for employees in all industries who, during the course
of their regular job duties, will operate a motor vehicle on public roadways.
Employers may also be interested in these related courses: Basic Driver
Safety, Distracted Driver, Road Rage, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous
Driving Conditions.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 11 minutes

General Industry
Hazmat 00 - Hazardous Materials Transportation,
Introduction
Hazardous materials transportation is a very broad topic spanning many
different modes of transportation. This course has been adapted from
materials produced by the United States Department of Transportation to help
train employees who perform functions covered under the Hazardous
Materials Regulations, or the HMR. Workers who successfully complete this
introductory course should be able to define the term hazardous materials,
locate given sections of the HMR, and summarize who must comply with the
HMR which packages and containers the HMR apply to, what training is
required, and what the possible penalties are for violating the HMR. Employers
may also be interested in our other Hazardous Materials Transportation
courses.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 15 minutes

Hazards of Speeding - Canada


Someone dies in a motor vehicle accident about once every twelve minutes. It
is estimated that speeding is a factor in over 30 percent of those traffic
fatalities, which translates to 10,000 -13,000 deaths a year. Learners that
successfully complete this course will demonstrate the ability to recognize
speeding hazards and identify strategies to minimize, eliminate or avoid them.
This course is designed for employees in Canada in all industries who, during
the course of their regular job duties, will operate a motor vehicle on public
roadways. Employers may also be interested in these related courses: Basic
Driver Safety, Distracted Driver, Road Rage, Delivery Driver Safety, and
Hazardous Driving Conditions.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 11 minutes

Hazards of Speeding - International

Hazmat 01 - The Hazardous Materials Table


The Hazardous Materials Table, or HMT, is the backbone of the Hazardous
Materials Regulations. Understanding and knowing how to use the Hazardous
Materials Table is the first step to complying with the Hazardous Materials
Regulations. After successfully completing this course, learners will display the
ability to use the Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) Table. To complete this
course, learners will need the use of external course references (provided)
making the course duration vary greatly per individual. Those with a solid
HAZMAT background should be able to complete the course in less than one
hour. This course is intended for workers who, during the execution of any job
duties, are required to transport hazardous materials regulated by the United
States Department of Transportation. Employers may also be interested in our
other HAZMAT modules.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 36 minutes

Hazmat 02 - HAZMAT Shipping Papers

Someone dies in a motor vehicle accident about once every twelve minutes. It
is estimated that speeding is a factor in over 30 percent of those traffic
fatalities, which translates to 10,000 -13,000 deaths a year. Learners that
successfully complete this course will demonstrate the ability to recognize
speeding hazards and identify strategies to minimize, eliminate or avoid them.
This course is designed for employees in all industries who, during the course
of their regular job duties, will operate a motor vehicle on public roadways.
Employers may also be interested in these related courses: Basic Driver
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 11 minutes

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Whether you are shipping by highway, rail, air, or water, shipping papers must
accompany most hazardous materials shipments. Learners that successfully
complete this course will have the ability to identify shipping papers, describe
the information found within, and identify any additional documentation
required for HAZMAT shipments. This course is intended for workers who,
during the execution of any job duties, are required to ship or transport
hazardous materials regulated by the United States Department of
Transportation. To complete this course the learner will need the use of
external course references (provided) making the course duration vary greatly
per individual. Those with a solid HAZMAT background should be able to
complete the course in less than one hour.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 33 minutes

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General Industry

Hazmat 03 - HAZMAT Marking and Labeling

Hazmat 06 - HAZMAT Carrier Requirements - Highway

Marking and Labeling are part of the Department of Transportations overall


communications requirements. The individual offering hazardous materials
must use these marks and labels to communicate the hazards of that shipment
to the people who may be exposed to the hazard, such as truckers and
emergency responders. Learners who successfully complete this course will
have the ability to apply the requirements for marking and labeling hazardous
materials packages, freight containers, and/or transportation vehicles.
Learners will also identify special types of labeling that might be required for
international shipments, water shipments, and air shipments. This course is
intended for workers who, during the execution of any job duties, are required
to ship or transport hazardous materials regulated by the United States
Department of Transportation. To complete this course the learner will need
the use of external course references (provided) making the course duration
vary greatly per individual. Those with a solid HAZMAT background should be
able to complete the course in less than one hour.

Many hazardous materials are transported on U.S. highways every day.


However, highway transportation of hazardous materials is heavily regulated.
There are requirements for documentation, qualifications and procedures that
both the shipper and the person transporting the cargo have to comply with.
Learners who successfully complete this course should be able to identify
relevant U.S. Department of Transportation regulations concerning the
transportation of hazardous materials on U.S. highways. This course can assist
employers with meeting both the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) and
the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR). This course is designed
for employees who will ship or transport hazardous materials on U.S.
highways.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 33 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 45 minutes

Hazmat 09 - HAZMAT Carrier Requirements - Air


Hazmat 04 - HAZMAT Placarding
To aid emergency response teams, the Department of Transportation (DOT)
developed a system of placarding for the rapid identification of hazardous
materials. Improperly placarded or unplacarded hazmat shipments place the
lives of these individuals and others at risk. Learners that successfully
complete this course will display knowledge of the U.S. Department of
Transportation's placarding requirements during hazardous materials
transportation. This course is designed for employees who will ship or
transport hazardous materials on U.S. roads, railways and highways. This
course references the DOTs Hazardous Materials Regulations.

Transporting hazardous materials by air requires compliance with specific U.S.


Department of Transportation regulations. Learners who successfully
complete this course will have the ability to identify the requirements for air
transportation of hazardous materials. To successfully complete this course,
the learner will need the use of external course references (provided) making
the course duration vary greatly per individual. Those with a solid HAZMAT
background should be able to complete the course in less than one hour. This
course is intended for workers who are required to transport hazardous
materials by air, as regulated by the United States Department of
Transportation.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 34 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 39 minutes

Hazmat 05 - HAZMAT Packaging

Hazmat 10 - HAZMAT Transportation Security Awareness

Shipping hazardous materials in anything less than fully certified packaging


risks damage to the environment, human health and to the business itself.
Workers who successfully complete this course should be able to identify the
shipper's responsibilities with hazardous materials packages and packaging,
and any exceptions to these requirements. To complete this course, learners
will need the use of external course references (provided) making the course
duration vary greatly per individual. Those with a solid HAZMAT background
should be able to complete the course in less than one hour. This course is
intended for workers who, during the execution of any job duties, are required
to package, ship or transport hazardous materials regulated by the United
States Department of Transportation.

This course is intended for workers who, during the execution of any job
duties, are required to transport hazardous materials regulated by the United
States Department of Transportation. After successfully completing this
course, learners will display an understanding of the key concepts relating to
security awareness, security risks associated with HAZMAT transportation, and
required and recommended methods for enhancing HAZMAT transportation
security. This course is designed to meet the requirements outlined in the
Hazardous Materials Regulations, or HMR, specifically with 49 CFR 172.800.
This course fulfills the awareness level training requirements for transporters
of HAZMAT. More in-depth training is required on company specific policies
and procedures.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 42 minutes

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General Industry

Hearing Conservation

Heat Stress in the Workplace - Canada

Hearing loss is a major hazard in many workplaces. This course will teach
employees about noise levels, hearing hazards and OSHA's recommendations
on how to prevent hearing loss. Employees will learn how to define noise and
noise levels, hearing loss, and recognize different types of hearing protection.
This course is presented in English and Spanish.

Working in high heat can cause a number of health issues, particularly for
workers who are not acclimated to the conditions. This course will teach
employees the hazards of working in high heat and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to identify the hazardous
health effects of high heat, methods to prevent those health effects and what
to do if a co-worker exhibits symptoms of heat stress such as heat fatigue,
heat rash, heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke. This course is
intended for employees who, during the course of regular work duties, are
exposed to high-temperature conditions for significant periods of time. This
course is intended for employees in Canada who, during the course of regular
work duties, are exposed to high-temperature conditions for significant
periods of time. This course is intended to assist the employer in meeting the
requirements of OHS laws.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 20 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Hearing Conservation - Canada


Hearing loss is a major hazard in many workplaces. Once a person's hearing is
permanently lost, it cannot be regained and relying on hearing aids may be
the only option. This course will teach employees about noise levels, hearing
hazards and OHS standards on how to prevent hearing loss. Employees who
successfully complete this course will learn how to define noise and noise
levels, hearing loss, and recognize different types of hearing protection. This
course is intended for general industry employees in Canada who, during the
course of their regular work duties, may come in contact with noise levels high
enough to cause hearing impairment.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 16 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 20 minutes

Hearing Conservation - International


Hearing loss is a major hazard in many workplaces. Once a person's hearing is
permanently lost, it cannot be regained and relying on hearing aids may be
the only option. This course will teach employees about noise levels, hearing
hazards and recommendations on how to prevent hearing loss. Employees
who successfully complete this course will learn how to define noise and noise
levels, hearing loss, and recognize different types of hearing protection. This
course is intended for general industry employees who, during the course of
their regular work duties, may come in contact with noise levels high enough
to cause hearing impairment.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 20 minutes

Heat Stress in the Workplace


Working in high heat can cause a number of health issues, particularly for
workers who are not acclimated to the conditions. This course will teach
employees the hazards of working in high heat and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to identify the hazardous
health effects of high heat, methods to prevent those health effects and what
to do if a co-worker exhibits symptoms of heat stress such as heat fatigue,
heat rash, heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke. This course is
intended for employees who, during the course of regular work duties, are
exposed to high-temperature conditions for significant periods of time. This
course is intended for employees who, during the course of regular work
duties, are exposed to high-temperature conditions for significant periods of
time.

Heat Stress in the Workplace - International


Working in high heat can cause a number of health issues, particularly for
workers who are not acclimated to the conditions. This course will teach
employees the hazards of working in high heat and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to identify the hazardous
health effects of high heat, methods to prevent those health effects and what
to do if a co-worker exhibits symptoms of heat stress such as heat fatigue,
heat rash, heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke. This course is
intended for employees who, during the course of regular work duties, are
exposed to high-temperature conditions for significant periods of time. This
course is intended for employees who, during the course of regular work
duties, are exposed to high-temperature conditions for significant periods of
time.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 16 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 16 minutes

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Hexavalent Chromium

Hot Work/Arc Welding - Cal/OSHA


Arc welding is an important, but dangerous task. Workers can easily burn their
eyes and body, breathe in toxic fumes or damage their hearing. This course
should help employees identify hazards associated with arc welding and hot
work and how to protect themselves. Employees will also receive information
about burns, fumes and gases, electric shock, fire and noise hazards. This
course is intended for employees in California who perform hot work,
including welding, brazing and torch cutting, as part of their regular work
duties. This course is provided to assist the employer in meeting the
requirements of Cal/OSHA Standards 8 CCR Sec. 4851 and 5150.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 22 minutes

Hexavalent chromium is a toxic form of chromium used in pigments, metal


coating, wood preservatives, fungicides, and several other products and
manufacturing processes. When used correctly, chromium is a versatile
element, but hexavalent chromium is a known carcinogen and inhalation
hazard. Employees who take this course will display the ability to recognize
the basic properties of hexavalent chromium, its hazards, and OSHA's
recommended and required exposure limits/safe work practices. This course is
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 15 minutes

Hot Work - ARC Welding - International


Arc welding is an important, but dangerous task. Workers can easily burn their
eyes and body, breathe in toxic fumes or damage their hearing. This course
should help employees identify hazards associated with arc welding and hot
work and how to protect themselves. Employees will also receive information
about burns, fumes and gases, electric shock, fire and noise hazards. This
course is intended for employees who perform hot work, including welding,
brazing and torch cutting, as part of their regular work duties. In addition to
this course, the employer might also provide courses on Compressed Gas
Safety, Fire Safety and Portable Fire Extinguishers.

Hot Work/Arc Welding - Canada


Arc welding is an important, but dangerous task. Workers can easily burn their
eyes and body, breathe in toxic fumes or damage their hearing. This course
should help employees identify hazards associated with arc welding and hot
work and how to protect themselves. Employees will also receive information
about burns, fumes and gases, electric shock, fire and noise hazards. This
course is intended for Canadian employees who perform hot work, including
welding, brazing and torch cutting, as part of their regular work duties. This
course can assist the employer in meeting the requirements of its respective
provincial, territorial and/or federal Occupational Health and Safety
regulations. In addition to this course, the employer might also provide
courses on Compressed Gas Safety, Fire Safety and Portable Fire
Extinguishers.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 22 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 22 minutes

Hot Work/Arc Welding


Arc welding is an important, but dangerous task. Workers can easily burn their
eyes and body, breathe in toxic fumes or damage their hearing. This course
should help employees identify hazards associated with arc welding and hot
work and how to protect themselves. Employees will also receive information
about burns, fumes and gases, electric shock, fire and noise hazards. This
course is provided to assist the employer in meeting the requirements of
OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.252, General Requirements and 254, Arc Welding
and Cutting. This course is intended for employees who perform hot work,
including welding, brazing and torch cutting, as part of their regular work
duties. In addition to this course, the employer might also provide courses on
Compressed Gas Safety, Fire Safety and Portable Fire Extinguishers. While this
course addresses OSHA training requirements, there may be a site-specific
training component required that must be fulfilled by an employer.

Incident Investigation
In a perfect world, there would be no workplace accidents. Unfortunately in
the real world injuries, property damage, work disruption and near miss
incidents will happen from time to time. When they do, it is important to have a
procedure in place to determine what happened, how and why it happened,
and how to prevent it from happening again. This course is designed to
provide workers with valuable information about accident and incident
investigations and how they make the workplace safer. When this course is
over the learner should have demonstrated the ability to recognize the goal of
an in-house incident investigation, and identify circumstances that warrant an
investigation and the proper procedure for conducting or participating in an
incident investigation. This awareness-level course is designed for all
employees working in facilities that have an incident investigation program.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 22 minutes

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General Industry

Incident Investigation - Canada

Indoor Air Quality - International

In a perfect world, there would be no workplace accidents. Unfortunately in


the real world injuries, property damage, work disruption and near miss
incidents will happen from time to time. When they do, it is important to have a
procedure in place to determine what happened, how and why it happened,
and how to prevent it from happening again. This course is designed to
provide workers with valuable information about accident and incident
investigations and how they make the workplace safer. When this course is
over the learner should have demonstrated the ability to recognize the goal of
an in-house incident investigation, and identify circumstances that warrant an
investigation and the proper procedure for conducting or participating in an
incident investigation. This awareness-level course is designed for all
employees in Canada working in facilities that have an incident investigation
program.

Most of us take it for granted that wherever we go, the air will be safe and
breathable. But air quality isn't a guarantee. Air quality can get bad anywhere,
including inside an office building, based on factors such as how many people
are in a workspace and how well the building is maintained, among others.
This course will teach employees about the importance of indoor air quality,
how it can become a hazard and what they can do to prevent poor air quality
in the workplace. Employees will learn how to identify air contaminant types
and their sources and good habits for keeping the air clean and breathable.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 15 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 18 minutes

Industrial Ergonomics
Incident Investigation - International
In a perfect world, there would be no workplace accidents. Unfortunately in
the real world injuries, property damage, work disruption and near miss
incidents will happen from time to time. When they do, it is important to have a
procedure in place to determine what happened, how and why it happened,
and how to prevent it from happening again. This course is designed to
provide workers with valuable information about accident and incident
investigations and how they make the workplace safer. When this course is
over the learner should have demonstrated the ability to recognize the goal of
an in-house incident investigation, and identify circumstances that warrant an
investigation and the proper procedure for conducting or participating in an
incident investigation. This awareness-level course is designed for all
employees working in facilities that have an incident investigation program.

Ergonomics is the process of reducing worker injury through effective


workplace design, such as decreasing the amount of bending or reaching for
items, or using equipment to reduce the strain on the human body. This
course will teach employees how to use ergonomics in industrial settings to
reduce injury. Employees will learn how to identify ergonomic risk factors,
potential injuries and methods to minimize or eliminate ergonomic hazards.
This course is intended to provide general-industry employees with the ability
to identify and improve ergonomic conditions for themselves in the workplace
and assists employers with compliance with OSHAs General Duty Clause.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 18 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 18 minutes

Industrial Ergonomics - Cal/OSHA


Indoor Air Quality
Most of us take it for granted that wherever we go, the air will be safe and
breathable. But air quality isn't a guarantee. Air quality can get bad anywhere,
including inside an office building, based on factors such as how many people
are in a workspace and how well the building is maintained, among others.
This course will teach employees about the importance of indoor air quality,
how it can become a hazard and what they can do to prevent poor air quality
in the workplace. Employees will learn how to identify air contaminant types
and their sources and good habits for keeping the air clean and breathable.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 15 minutes

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Ergonomics is the science of designing and arranging things so that people


can use them easily and safely. Poorly-arranged work areas where people
have to bend or overextend limbs and body parts can result in
musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), which affect 1.8 million U.S. workers every
year. Employees that take this course will learn how to identify ergonomic risk
factors, potential injuries, and methods to minimize or eliminate ergonomic
hazards. This course is geared specifically towards California-based generalindustry employees to help them identify and improve ergonomic conditions in
their workplaces. This course assists California employers in meeting OSHA
and Cal/OSHA ergonomic standards.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 18 minutes

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General Industry

Industrial Ergonomics - Canada

Influenza Pandemic Planning for Businesses

Ergonomics is the process of reducing worker injury through effective


workplace design, such as decreasing the amount of bending or reaching for
items, or using equipment to reduce the strain on the human body. This
course will teach employees how to use ergonomics in industrial settings to
reduce injury. Employees will learn how to identify ergonomic risk factors,
potential injuries and methods to minimize or eliminate ergonomic hazards.
This course is intended to provide Canadian general-industry employees with
the ability to identify and improve ergonomic conditions for themselves in the
workplace and assists employers in complying with local, provincial and
federal OHS requirements.

Influenza is a common disease that can cause an uncommon amount of


trouble for business owners and managers. Its important to have a plan for
pandemic flu because in a worst-case-scenario situation, businesses could
experience a loss in profits, a temporary loss of viability or even bankruptcy.
Learners who successfully complete this course will have displayed the ability
to identify the major points of a pandemic flu preparedness plan and
recommended employee-related and business-related policies and
procedures to include in such a plan. This course is designed for human
resources officers or other upper managers working for small- to mediumsized businesses.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 18 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 14 minutes

Industrial Ergonomics - International

Influenza Prevention

Ergonomics is the process of reducing worker injury through effective


workplace design, such as decreasing the amount of bending or reaching for
items, or using equipment to reduce the strain on the human body. This
course will teach employees how to use ergonomics in industrial settings to
reduce injury. Employees will learn how to identify ergonomic risk factors,
potential injuries and methods to minimize or eliminate ergonomic hazards.
This course is intended to provide general-industry employees with the ability
to identify and improve ergonomic conditions for themselves in the workplace.

Flu season is usually a cause for concern for most people. However, as new
flu strains surface every year and the risk of pandemic flu has become a more
public issue and prominent health concern, people have become more
concerned than they might usually be. Because most people are exposed to
so many other people on the job, workplaces can easily be a point of spread
for the flu if the proper precautions arent taken. Learners who successfully
complete this course should be able to recognize the means by which
influenza is spread and recommended measures to prevent its spread.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 8 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 18 minutes

Industrial Hygiene
There can be many different types of hazards in the workplace, and many
different approaches to addressing those hazards. Industrial hygiene is the
discipline of reducing worker injury due to chemical and other exposure
hazards. This course will teach employees the background, principles and role
of industrial hygiene. Employees will learn the history of industrial hygiene,
major roles of industrial hygiene in workplaces, they types of workplace
hazards industrial hygiene addresses and how they are controlled. This course
is intended for safety officers and health and safety professionals who are
responsible for improving safety conditions in their workplaces. This course is
also a component of the OSHA 10 training course.

Influenza Symptoms and Prevention Strategies for


Employees and Business Owners
Flu outbreaks happen every year, killing hundreds of thousands worldwide.
Most healthy adults immune systems can fight off a normal flu bug, but it is
important to know what precautions to take to help keep an epidemic or
pandemic from spreading. This course is designed to give employees,
managers and other interested parties basic information about influenza
viruses. The course covers the basics of flu infection, its spreading
mechanisms and infection prevention strategies. The course also addresses
current concerns about the H1N1 (swine) flu with up-to-date information from
the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 21 minutes

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Duration 7 minutes

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Introduction to OSHA

General Industry
Laboratory Safety in Research and Education
A lot of important scientific research and development is done in laboratories.
The healthcare, pharmaceutical, and oil and gas industries, and many others,
rely on lab results to create processes and products, and to save lives.
However, there can be hazards to laboratory workers. This course will teach
lab workers to identify common physical and chemical laboratory hazards and
related safe work practices required as recommended by OSHA. The course
also covers the use of personal protective equipment and standard
emergency response procedures for laboratory work. This course is designed
for all employees, students and volunteers operating in campus laboratories
and/or research facilities. This course assists employers in meeting safety
standards required by OSHA, however there may also be a site-specific
training component required that must be fulfilled by an employer.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, is a federal


agency that creates safety regulations in U.S. workplaces. OSHAs role is less
about fining people for noncompliance and more about helping employers
keep their employees safe. This course will teach employees about OSHA's
role in the workplace and how it works to increase worker safety. Employees
will learn why OSHA was created, its goals and organizational structure,
OSHA's inspection and citation procedures, and what resources OSHA offers
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 28 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Job Safety Analysis


Physical hazards are an inherent part of every job, though some jobs might
present more serious risks than others. Job hazard analysis can help
employees discover hazards in their workplaces and protect themselves from
them. Learners who successfully complete this course will demonstrate
knowledge of the basic concepts and procedures of a job hazard analysis.
Employees will learn about the need for effective job hazard analysis, how to
prepare for one, the process of identifying workplace hazards, and how to
correct them. This course is intended for general industry employees and
safety officers who are interested in improving the safety of work practices
either in their own work processes or in their companies.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 17 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 25 minutes

Ladder Safety
Ladders are one of the most common and simple tools people use on the job.
Its easy to forget that they can also be extremely dangerous. Each year in the
United States, accidents involving ladders cause approximately 300 deaths
and 130,000 injuries requiring emergency medical attention. This course
should assist learners in recognizing hazards of ladder use, different types of
ladders, and inspection requirements. This course is intended for employees
in any industry who use ladders at work on a regular basis, and will assist
employers in meeting OSHA standards on ladder safety. While this course
addresses OSHA training requirements, there may be a site-specific training
component required that must be fulfilled by an employer. This course is
presented in English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Laboratory Safety
A lot of important scientific research and development is done in laboratories.
The healthcare, pharmaceutical, and oil and gas industries, and many others,
rely on lab results to create processes and products, and to save lives.
However, there can be hazards to laboratory workers. This course will teach
lab workers to identify common physical and chemical laboratory hazards and
related safe work practices required as recommended by OSHA. The course
also covers the use of personal protective equipment and standard
emergency response procedures for laboratory work. This course is designed
for all laboratory workers operating in laboratories and/or research facilities.
This course assists employers in meeting safety standards required by OSHA,
however there may also be a site-specific training component required that
must be fulfilled by an employer.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 22 minutes

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Ladder Safety - Cal/OSHA


Ladders are one of the most common and simple tools people use on the job.
Its easy to forget that they can be extremely dangerous. Each year in the
United States, accidents involving ladders cause approximately 300 deaths
and 130,000 injuries requiring emergency medical attention. This course
should assist learners in recognizing hazards of ladder use, different types of
ladders, inspection requirement. This course is intended for employees in
California who use ladders at work on a regular basis, and will assist
employers in meeting Cal/OSHA and OSHA standards on ladder safety.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes

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General Industry

Ladder Safety - Canada

Latex Allergy

Ladders are one of the most common and simple tools people use on the job.
Its easy to forget that they can also be extremely dangerous. This course
should assist learners in recognizing hazards of ladder use, different types of
ladders, and inspection requirements. This course is intended for employees
in any industry who use ladders at work on a regular basis, and will assist
employers in meeting OSH standards on ladder safety. While this course
addresses OSH training requirements, there may be a site-specific training
component required that must be fulfilled by an employer.

While no study has conclusively shown how many people have latex allergies
and why, the general consensus is that up to six percent of the general
population and up to 12 percent of health care workers display some allergic
reaction or sensitivity to latex. This course is designed to help healthcare
workers minimize the chances of suffering from an allergic reaction to latex
gloves while at work. Upon completion, the learner will display the ability to
recognize the characteristics and dangers of latex allergy, and recommended
preventive measures. This course is intended for all healthcare workers and
can help employers meet OSHAs standards on Hand Protection and
Bloodborne Pathogens.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 20 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 14 minutes

Ladder Safety - International


Ladders are one of the most common and simple tools people use on the job.
Its easy to forget that they can also be extremely dangerous. This course
should assist learners in recognizing hazards of ladder use, different types of
ladders, and inspection requirements. This course is intended for employees
in any industry who use ladders at work on a regular basis.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 20 minutes

Lawful Hiring Practices


Human resources officers have a lot of responsibilities, including payroll,
managing benefits, disciplinary matters, paid time off, and hiring people. This
course is about hiring employees and the legal issues you need to think about
during each step of the hiring process. When the course is over, learners
should be able to identify potential legal problems in the pre-hiring process
and the hiring process. This course is intended for employees who work as
human resources officers or upper management responsible for involvement
in hiring processes as part of their regular work duties. This course can assist
employers in complying with U.S. anti-discrimination laws.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 19 minutes

Laser Safety

Lawful Terminations and Employee Separation

Lasers are powerful tools that are now used in many medical and industrial
applications, with more being conceived and developed all the time. While
lasers are generally safe to use, they do pose several hazards to workers. This
course is designed to give employees the basic knowledge and skills needed
to work safely with and around lasers. When this course is over, the learner
should be able to identify the basic types and components of lasers, the
hazards associated with laser operation, and the controls used to eliminate or

Human resources officers help with hiring, payroll, discipline, and even
employee termination or separation from the company. Whenever employees
leave the company, whether they do so voluntarily or not, there can be some
complicated legal concerns that will need to be navigated. This online training
on lawful termination will teach employees the Human Resource Department's
legal obligations during the termination process, during layoffs and plant
closings, and post-separation. This course is intended for Human Resources
officers or management employees who are required to participate in
termination/separation processes as part of their regular work duties, and can
assist employers in compliance with U.S. anti-discrimination laws.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 22 minutes

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General Industry

Lead Awareness

Legionnaires' Disease

Lead has been used for thousands of years for different reasons such as
cooking pots, utensils, and plumbing. However, accidental exposure and
consumption to lead is poisonous and can result in significant organ and
tissue damage. This course will teach employees about the hazards of lead
exposure and controls used to minimize or eliminate those hazards.
Employees will learn about the effects of lead exposure, their rights as
workers in a facility with lead present, and the use of personal protective
equipment and other methods to reduce the risk of hazardous exposure. This
course is intended for general-industry employees who may be exposed to
significant levels of lead, and can assist employers in meeting OSHAs
requirements on lead exposure.

Workers in the healthcare industry deal with many peopleboth patients and
coworkersthat have compromised immune systems. Because people with
compromised immune systems are more likely to develop Legionnaires
disease, healthcare workers and their patients are at an elevated risk.
Learners that successfully complete this course will display the ability to
recognize and/or identify the characteristics, sources and symptoms of
Legionnaires' disease, and its related required/recommended safe work
practices. This course is intended for those who work in any environment or
occupation that may bring them in contact with water or air-conditioning
systems that may expel liquid containing legionella bacterium.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 16 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 14 minutes

Leadership Skills for Managers


Managers are expected to do things that sometimes seem impossible. Theyre
expected to solve their bosss problems, their employees problems and solve
their own problems and make it all happen while meeting deadlines and
customer demands. This online training course will help employees identify
effective communication skills and effective planning and organizing skills.
Employees who successfully complete this course should also be able to
identify concepts and methods of principled leadership and administrative
excellence, concepts and strategies of change management, concepts and
strategies of conflict resolution, performance management and customer
service. This course is intended for managers of all levels, in all industries.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 26 minutes

Leadership Skills for Managers - International

Lockout/Tagout
Lockout/tagout is a system that helps ensure workers stay safe while servicing
or repairing equipment by making it physically impossible for that equipment
to run or move. This course will teach employees how lockout/tagout
programs work and the different roles workers must play to make them
successful. Employees will learn to identify the importance of proper
lockout/tagout procedures, what workers are authorized to perform those
procedures, lock and tag systems used for lockout/tagout, and the special
provisions of lockout/tagout programs. This course is intended for employees
who, during their regular work duties, are required to perform lockout/tagout
procedures, and for employees who work on equipment that is subject to
regular maintenance or repair requiring lockout/tagout. This course is
presented in English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 19 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Lockout/Tagout - Canada

Managers are expected to do things that sometimes seem impossible. Theyre


expected to solve their bosss problems, their employees problems and solve
their own problems and make it all happen while meeting deadlines and
customer demands. This online training course will help employees identify
effective communication skills and effective planning and organizing skills.
Employees who successfully complete this course should also be able to
identify concepts and methods of principled leadership and administrative
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 26 minutes

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Lockout/tagout is a system that helps ensure workers stay safe while servicing
or repairing equipment by making it physically impossible for that equipment
to run or move. This course will teach employees how lockout/tagout
programs work and the different roles workers must play to make them
successful. Employees will learn to identify the importance of proper
lockout/tagout procedures, what workers are authorized to perform those
procedures, lock and tag systems used for lockout/tagout, and the special
provisions of lockout/tagout programs. This course is intended for employees
in Canada who, during their regular work duties, are required to perform
lockout/tagout procedures, and for employees who work on equipment that is
subject to regular maintenance or repair requiring lockout/tagout.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 19 minutes

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Lockout/Tagout - International

Lockout/Tagout Simulation: Separator

Lockout/tagout is a system that helps ensure workers stay safe while servicing
or repairing equipment by making it physically impossible for that equipment
to run or move. This course will teach employees how lockout/tagout
programs work and the different roles workers must play to make them
successful. Employees will learn to identify the importance of proper
lockout/tagout procedures, what workers are authorized to perform those
procedures, lock and tag systems used for lockout/tagout, and the special
provisions of lockout/tagout programs. This course is intended for employees
who, during their regular work duties, are required to perform lockout/tagout
procedures, and for employees who work on equipment that is subject to
regular maintenance or repair requiring lockout/tagout.

Lockout/tagout is a system that helps ensure workers stay safe while servicing
or repairing equipment by making it physically impossible for that equipment
to run or move. This simulation will give employees a basic idea of the
necessary steps to safely isolate separator equipment. Learners who
successfully complete this simulation will display the ability to recognize the
hazards of isolating a section of pipeline for repair and how to safely do so
using proper lockout/tagout techniques. This course is designed for oil and
gas industry field employees who will participate in lockout/tagout procedures
involving separator equipment repair/maintenance.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 5 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 19 minutes

Lost Child/Code Adam

Lockout/Tagout Simulation: Compressors


Lockout/tagout is a system that helps ensure workers stay safe while servicing
or repairing equipment by making it physically impossible for that equipment
to run or move. This simulation will give employees a basic idea of the
necessary steps to safely isolate a gas compressor system. Learners who
successfully complete this simulation will display the ability to recognize the
hazards of isolating a section of pipeline for repair and how to safely do so
using proper lockout/tagout techniques. This course is designed for oil and
gas industry field employees who will participate in lockout/tagout procedures
involving gas compressor system isolation and repair/maintenance.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 5 minutes

Lost children are a common occurrence in stores, entertainment centers,


amusement parks, hospitals, museums, and many other spaces frequented by
children and their families. Lost children can injure themselves, damage
equipment and merchandise, or even be abducted or abused. The most
important things in a lost child situation are to have a plan in place, and to be
sure all employees understand their role and are ready to spring into action
quickly when a child is reported missing. Code Adam is a simple, standardized
set of procedures for locating a child in a missing place that is used by over
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 23 minutes

Machine Guarding

Lockout/Tagout Simulation: Pipeline


Lockout/tagout is a system that helps ensure workers stay safe while servicing
or repairing equipment by making it physically impossible for that equipment
to run or move. This simulation will give employees a basic idea of the
necessary steps to safely isolate a section of pipe. Learners who successfully
complete this simulation will display the ability to recognize the hazards of
isolating a section of pipeline for repair and how to safely do so using proper
lockout/tagout techniques. This course is designed for oil and gas industry
field employees who will participate in lockout/tagout procedures involving
pipeline isolation and repair/maintenance.

Moving machine parts have the potential to cause severe workplace injuries,
such as crushed fingers or hands, amputations, burns, or blindness. Any
machine part, function, or process that may cause injury must be safeguarded.
Employees who successfully complete this course will learn to define machine
guarding, locate fundamental machine areas, machine hazards, the types of
machine guards, and the types of machine devices. This course is intended for
employees who, during their regular work duties, are required to work with or
around machines equipped with guarded machinery, and can assist employers
in meeting the provisions of OSHAs Machinery and Machine Guarding
standard.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 5 minutes

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Machine Guarding - Canada

Materials Handling - Canada

Moving machine parts have the potential to cause severe workplace injuries,
such as crushed fingers or hands, amputations, burns, or blindness. Any
machine part, function, or process that may cause injury must be safeguarded.
Employees who successfully complete this course will learn to define machine
guarding, locate fundamental machine areas, machine hazards, the types of
machine guards, and the types of machine devices. This course is intended for
employees in Canada who, during their regular work duties, are required to
work with or around machines equipped with guarded machinery, and can
assist employers in meeting machine guarding requirements under provincial,
territorial and federal OHS programs.

Materials handling and storage covers a wide range of activities, from


something simple like moving a few boxes from a closet to a storage area to
something as complicated as hauling tons of steel with a crane. Learners who
successfully complete this course will learn to recognize lifting hazards and
safe lifting techniques, proper methods for safe material stacking and storage,
proper use of mechanical material handling equipment and the role of
ergonomics in safe materials handling. This course is intended for those who
work in Canadian facilities in which significant amounts of materials are stored
and moved on a regular basis, and can assist the employer in meeting their
respective OHS requirements.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 15 minutes

Machine Guarding - International


Moving machine parts have the potential to cause severe workplace injuries,
such as crushed fingers or hands, amputations, burns, or blindness. When the
operation of a machine or accidental contact can injure the operator or others
in the vicinity, the hazards must be eliminated or controlled. Employees who
successfully complete this course will learn to define machine guarding, locate
fundamental machine areas, machine hazards, the types of machine guards,
and the types of machine devices. This course is intended for those
employees who, during their regular work duties, are required to work with or
around machines equipped with guarded machinery.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 15 minutes

Material Handling
Materials handling and storage covers a wide range of activities, from
something simple like moving a few boxes from a closet to a storage area to
something as complicated as hauling tons of steel with a crane. Learners who
successfully complete this course will learn to recognize lifting hazards and
safe lifting techniques, proper methods for safe material stacking and storage,
proper use of mechanical material handling equipment and the role of
ergonomics in safe materials handling. This course is intended for warehouse
workers and those who work in facilities in which significant amounts of
materials are stored and moved on a regular basis, and can assist the
employer in meeting the requirements of OSHAs material handling standards.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 30 minutes

Materials Handling - International


Materials handling and storage covers a wide range of activities, from
something simple like moving a few boxes from a closet to a storage area to
something as complicated as hauling tons of steel with a crane. Learners who
successfully complete this course will learn to recognize lifting hazards and
safe lifting techniques, proper methods for safe material stacking and storage,
proper use of mechanical material handling equipment and the role of
ergonomics in safe materials handling. This course is intended for warehouse
workers and those who work in facilities in which significant amounts of
materials are stored and moved on a regular basis.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 30 minutes

Mold and Mildew Awareness


Mold is a common allergen that people can be sensitive to. While not
everyone reacts to mold exposure in the same way, exposure to mold spores
can cause serious respiratory illnesses to particularly sensitive individuals. In
buildings that have suffered water damage, mold can also cause buildings to
deteriorate and become uninhabitable. This course is designed for employees
that are responsible for cleaning or remediating mold-exposed areas in their
workplace or as part of their job duties. Employees who successfully complete
this course should be able to identify potential effects of mold exposure,
procedures for determining mold exposure, procedures for remediating and
abating mold exposures, and methods of mold prevention.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 18 minutes

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General Industry

Occupational Safety and Health Programs

Office Ergonomics - International

Worker injuries cost not only employers and workers, but everyone. According
to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly 24,000 workers are hurt and 17 are
killed during every eight-hour workday. Accidents also cost businesses over
$100 billion dollars every year in direct and indirect costs. In order to protect
workers and reduce the costs of accidents, many companies create
Occupational Safety and Health programs. This course will teach employees
about OSH programs and how they protect workers. Employees will learn to
identify the impact of injuries and accidents in the workplace, elements of
safety management, types of workplace analysis, methods to control
workplace hazards, and the several types of employee safety and health
training. This course is intended for employees who work in any facility that
has created and implemented an occupational safety and health program. It is
designed to assist employers in improving employee understanding,
compliance and participation with regard to OSH programs and safety
initiatives.

Ergonomics is the process of reducing worker injury through effective


workplace design, such as decreasing the amount of bending or reaching for
items, or using equipment to reduce the strain on the human body. This
course will teach employees how to implement ergonomic principles in office
settings in order to minimize or eliminate potential hazards. Employees will
learn to identify and prevent ergonomic risk factors at office workstations, and
differentiate between the correct and incorrect methods to lift safely. This
course is intended for all office employees.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 18 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 14 minutes

Office Safety

Office Ergonomics
Ergonomics is the process of reducing worker injury through effective
workplace design, such as decreasing the amount of bending or reaching for
items, or using equipment to reduce the strain on the human body. This
course will teach employees how to implement ergonomic principles in office
settings in order to minimize or eliminate potential hazards. Employees will
learn to identify and prevent ergonomic risk factors at office workstations, and
differentiate between the correct and incorrect methods to lift safely. This
course is intended for all office employees, and it will help employers comply
with ergonomic requirements under OSHAs General Duty Clause.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 14 minutes

Office work is generally considered a pretty safe occupation, out of the


elements and with relatively few hazards. However, there are certainly
hazards in offices that people may not think about on a regular basis. Poor air
quality, ineffective lighting and noise, slips, trips and falls, fire hazards,
electrical equipment, poor workstation arrangement and improper lifting and
storage are all potential safety hazards that can even be found in an office
environment. Learners who successfully complete this course will be able to
identify common office hazards and their recommended preventive measures.
This course is presented in English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 19 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

OSHA Reporting & Recordkeeping

Office Ergonomics - Canada


Ergonomics is the process of reducing worker injury through effective
workplace design, such as decreasing the amount of bending or reaching for
items, or using equipment to reduce the strain on the human body. This
course will teach employees how to implement ergonomic principles in office
settings in order to minimize or eliminate potential hazards. Employees will
learn to identify and prevent ergonomic risk factors at office workstations, and
differentiate between the correct and incorrect methods to lift safely. This
course is intended for all office employees in Canada, and it will help
employers comply with ergonomic requirements of the Occupational Health
and Safety law of its particular jurisdiction.

Injuries and illnesses are an inevitable part of work. When an injury or illness
happens on the job OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration,
wants to know about it. OSHA requires that any employer with ten or more
employees develop a method for employees to report injuries and illnesses.
Learners who successfully complete this course should be able to recognize
OSHA's reporting and recordkeeping requirements for affected businesses.
This course is designed for human resources or business managers who are
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 14 minutes

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Overhead Crane Safety Hand Signals

General Industry
Pallet Jack Safety

Overhead cranes are designed to carry material all over large warehouses and
factory floors, making them a valuable time-saving tool. Controlling the crane
from one spot makes it difficult to see what the load is doing at all times,
though. Most crane operators usually have riggers directing their load, and
most will stay in contact via two-way radios or other electronic means, but
crane operators and riggers need to have a system of hand signals in case the
electronic systems break down. Designed for overhead and gantry crane
operators and riggers, this course will teach employees the standard OSHArecommended hand signals.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 9 minutes

Overhead, Gantry and Mobile Crane Safety


When crane accidents occur they can be serious, causing crippling injury and
death for whoever happens to be around. This course will teach crane
operators, riggers and general floor employees the basics of overhead and
gantry crane safety. Employees who successfully complete this course will
learn how to identify the differences between overhead and gantry cranes,
how to recognize overhead and gantry crane hazards, and crane-related safe
work practices. This course is intended for employees who, during their
regular work duties, operate an overhead or gantry crane, or work in a facility
in which an overhead or gantry crane is in regular operation. This course can
help employers meet OSHAs regulations on overhead and gantry cranes.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 21 minutes

Pallet jacks are common in retail stores, warehouses, and many other
facilities. These devices make it faster and easier to move things around the
store, increasing efficiency and helping to prevent lifting-related injuries.
Unfortunately, pallet jacks present their own hazards that can cause serious
injuries and significant property damage if used incorrectly. This course is
designed to provide the learner with the knowledge and skills needed to get
started as a safe, effective pallet jack operator. Learners who successfully
complete this course will display the ability to recognize standard pallet jack
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes

Parking Lot Safety


A parking lot is the first thing that customers see, making it a very important
part of a good first impression. Parking lots can also present a number of
hazards to pedestrians and vehicles. Keeping lots clean and well maintained,
and ensuring employees are trained to deal with common hazards, is an
important part of ensuring customers and employees are safe and happy.
When this course is over, the learner should be able to identify best practices
for parking lot maintenance and security, and appropriate responses to severe
weather, accidents, and other outdoor incidents. This course was designed for
employees in the retail industry and features examples and scenarios
appropriate for the retail setting. It would also be appropriate for workers in
hospitality, food service, and other facilities visited by the public.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 16 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Performing Safety Audits


Overhead, Gantry and Mobile Crane Safety - International
When crane accidents occur they can be serious, causing crippling injury and
death for whoever happens to be around. This course will teach crane
operators, riggers and general floor employees the basics of overhead and
gantry crane safety. Employees who successfully complete this course will
learn how to identify the differences between overhead and gantry cranes,
how to recognize overhead and gantry crane hazards, and crane-related safe
work practices. This course is intended for employees who, during their
regular work duties, operate an overhead or gantry crane, or work in a facility
in which an overhead or gantry crane is in regular operation.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 21 minutes

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In 2013 the most recent year statistics were available there were slightly
more than three million reportable nonfatal injuries and illnesses among
private industry workers, almost all of which could have been prevented.
While training, personal protective equipment and other preventive measures
play an important role in incident prevention, safety audits are a cornerstone
of safe workplace culture. Safety audits can help employers and their
employees identify existing workplace hazards and create appropriate
controls to prevent injury or illness. This course is appropriate for all workers
and supervisors in general, construction, oil and gas, and other industrial and
office settings. This course does not address any specific OSHA training
requirements, but is instead based on industry best practices and accepted
methods for performing effective safety audits.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 22 minutes

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General Industry

Performing Safety Audits - Canada

Personal Protective Equipment

In 2013 the most recent year statistics were available there were slightly
more than 240,000 lost work day injuries and illnesses among private industry
workers in Canada, almost all of which could have been prevented. While
training, personal protective equipment and other preventive measures play
an important role in incident prevention, safety audits are a cornerstone of
safe workplace culture. Safety audits can help employers and their employees
identify existing workplace hazards and create appropriate controls to prevent
injury or illness. This course is appropriate for all workers and supervisors in
Canada in general, construction, oil and gas, and other industrial and office
settings. This course does not address any specific OHS training requirements,
but is instead based on industry best practices and accepted methods for
performing effective safety audits.

Personal protective equipment, or PPE, has been around throughout history in


various forms. Even everyday clothing is a form of PPE, but many jobs and
workplaces have unique hazards that require additional protection, such as
gloves, boots, eye protection and many others. This course will teach
employees to identify the need for PPE, define the concept of a hazard
assessment, things to consider when choosing PPE, and the different types of
PPE used to protect all parts of the body. This course is intended for generalindustry employees who, during their regular work duties, are required to use
personal protective equipment. This course is presented in English and
Spanish.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 22 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 32 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Performing Safety Audits - International


There are an estimated 270 million on-the-job injuries and illnesses among
private industry workers worldwide each year, almost all of which could have
been prevented. While training, personal protective equipment and other
preventive measures play an important role in incident prevention, safety
audits are a cornerstone of safe workplace culture. Safety audits can help
employers and their employees identify existing workplace hazards and create
appropriate controls to prevent injury or illness. This course is appropriate for
all workers and supervisors in general, construction, oil and gas, and other
industrial and office settings. This course does not address any specific OHS
training requirements, but is instead based on industry best practices and
accepted methods for performing effective safety audits.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 22 minutes

Personal Protective Equipment - Canada


Personal protective equipment, or PPE, has been around throughout history in
various forms. Even everyday clothing is a form of PPE, but many jobs and
workplaces have unique hazards that require additional protection, such as
gloves, boots, eye protection and many others. This course will teach
employees to identify the need for PPE, define the concept of a hazard
assessment, things to consider when choosing PPE, and the different types of
PPE used to protect all parts of the body. This course is intended for general
industry employees in Canada who, during their regular work duties, are
required to use personal protective equipment.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 35 minutes

Permit-Required Confined Space Entry Supervisor

Personal Protective Equipment - International


Confined space work is very hazardous, and proper procedures need to be
followed to ensure worker safety. This course is designed to provide workers
with an awareness of the roles and responsibilities associated with permitrequired confined space entry. In this course, employees will be given
information on the different roles and responsibilities of confined space entry,
the OSHA requirements for confined space entry permits, and the
requirements for atmospheric testing of confined spaces. This course is
primarily designed for workers who will have to perform the role of confined

Personal protective equipment, or PPE, has been around throughout history in


various forms. Even everyday clothing is a form of PPE, but many jobs and
workplaces have unique hazards that require additional protection, such as
gloves, boots, eye protection and many others. This course will teach
employees to identify the need for PPE, define the concept of a hazard
assessment, things to consider when choosing PPE, and the different types of
PPE used to protect all parts of the body. This course is intended for general
industry employees who, during their regular work duties, are required to use
personal protective equipment.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 18 minutes

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Duration 35 minutes

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Physical Hazards in Laboratories and Research Facilities

Portable Fire Extinguishers - Canada

Laboratories and research facilities are an important aspect of many


institutions of higher learning. Unfortunately they can also pose a number of
hazards to students and laboratory workers. Chemical, biological and
radiological hazards all might come to mind, but in fact statistically the largest
category of hazards for laboratory workers is the same as for workers in all
other industries: physical hazards. Physical hazards are conditions or
situations that could cause physical forces to act on the body or the
environment in a harmful manner. This course will teach the learner to
recognize the most common types of physical hazards in laboratories and
their controls, including equipment hazards, environmental hazards such as
radiation and noise exposure, and glassware and sharps hazards. This course
is designed for all employees and students working in a laboratory or research
setting.

Fires can inspire panic, and reviewing how to use a fire extinguisher
beforehand can save precious seconds that could make all the difference in an
emergency. Employees who successfully complete this course will
demonstrate knowledge of how and when to use different types of portable
fire extinguishers. Employees will learn to recognize when to use a portable
fire extinguisher, the three types of fire extinguishers, and the steps of the
PASS technique. This course is designed for Canadian employees in any
industry who may use a fire extinguisher, and should assist the employer in
meeting provincial, territorial and federal OHS standards on portable fire
extinguishers.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 12 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 44 minutes

Pollution Prevention Initiatives


Facilities can produce a lot of waste and pollution. Renovations can produce a
large amount of dust, debris and noise, while construction can produce scrap
material, air pollution from heavy machinery, and stormwater runoff from sites
that can contaminate nearby rivers, lakes, and other water sources. Waste and
pollution production at federal facilities can be greatly reduced by using
pollution prevention, also known as P2, techniques. Learners who successfully
complete this course will possess awareness-level knowledge of pollution
prevention initiatives and their implementation in federal facilities. This course
is designed for all federal facility employees who may participate in a Pollution
Prevention program at some level, and can help agencies comply with the
1990 Pollution Prevention Act and Executive Order 13423.

Radiation Safety Awareness

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 20 minutes

Portable Fire Extinguishers


Fires can inspire panic, and reviewing how to use a fire extinguisher
beforehand can save precious seconds that could make all the difference in an
emergency. Employees who successfully complete this course will
demonstrate knowledge of how and when to use different types of portable
fire extinguishers. Employees will learn to recognize when to use a portable
fire extinguisher, the three types of fire extinguishers, and the steps of the
PASS technique. This course is designed for employees in any industry who
may use a fire extinguisher, and should assist the employer in meeting OSHAs
standard on portable fire extinguishers.

The word radiation brings to mind all kinds of horrible associations. However,
radiation is everywhere and most incidental exposure isnt very harmful. Some
occupations do expose workers to more radiation than normal, but taking
proper precautions can help workers be around radiation safely. Learners who
successfully complete this course will know how to identify the potential
sources and types of radiation and their potential health effects. This course is
intended for those who work around or may be potentially exposed to
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 18 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 12 minutes

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Respiratory Protection

Road Rage

Many work environments can involve airborne particles that could be


hazardous if inhaled. Airborne viruses, hazardous chemical fumes, and even
some types of dust particles can cause injury or illness if workers breathe
them in. If the atmosphere becomes hazardous to breathe, employees may
require respiratory protection. Learners who successfully complete this course
will demonstrate knowledge of the basics of respiratory protection and how to
use it on the job. Employees will learn about potential inhalation hazards, the
different respirator types and their uses, how to fit test a respirator mask, and
respirator care and maintenance. This course is designed for general industry
employees who, during their regular work duties, are required to wear
respiratory protection, and is intended to assist the employer in meeting
OSHAs Respiratory Protection Standard. While this course addresses OSHA
training requirements, there may be additional site-specific training
components, hands-on training, and health testing required that must be
fulfilled by an employer. This course is presented in English and Spanish.

Road rage is incredibly dangerous, causing almost 2/3 of all traffic fatalities. It
is sadly also very common; in one survey nearly 90% of drivers stated that
they had witnessed a road rage incident in the past month. This course is
designed to give drivers the information and skills necessary to react as safely
as possible to potentially dangerous situations on the road. Learners who
successfully complete this course will be able to recognize the signs of
aggressive driving behavior in themselves and others. Learners will also be
able to identify constructive responses and prevention measures that can be
used to avoid injury due to aggressive drivers/driving. This course is designed
for employees in all industries who, during the course of their regular job
duties, will operate a motor vehicle on public roadways. Employers may also
be interested in these related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver,
Hazards of Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous Driving
Conditions.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 14 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 19 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Road Rage - Canada


Respiratory Protection - Canada
Many work environments can involve airborne particles that could be
hazardous if inhaled. Airborne viruses, hazardous chemical fumes, and even
some types of dust particles can cause injury or illness if workers breathe
them in. If the atmosphere becomes hazardous to breathe, employees may
require respiratory protection. Learners who successfully complete this course
will demonstrate knowledge of the basics of respiratory protection and how to
use it on the job. Employees will learn about potential inhalation hazards, the
different respirator types and their uses, how to fit test a respirator mask, and
respirator care and maintenance. This course is designed for general industry
employees in Canada who, during their regular work duties, are required to
wear respiratory protection. While this course addresses general classroom
training requirements, there may be additional site-specific training
components, hands-on training, and health testing required that must be
fulfilled by an employer.

Road rage is incredibly dangerous, causing almost 2/3 of all traffic fatalities. It
is sadly also very common; in one survey nearly 90% of drivers stated that
they had witnessed a road rage incident in the past month. This course is
designed to give drivers the information and skills necessary to react as safely
as possible to potentially dangerous situations on the road. Learners who
successfully complete this course will be able to recognize the signs of
aggressive driving behavior in themselves and others. Learners will also be
able to identify constructive responses and prevention measures that can be
used to avoid injury due to aggressive drivers/driving. This course is designed
for employees in Canada who, during the course of their regular job duties,
will operate a motor vehicle on public roadways. Employers may also be
interested in these related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver,
Hazards of Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous Driving
Conditions.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 14 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 19 minutes

Road Rage - International


Respiratory Protection - International
Many work environments can involve airborne particles that could be
hazardous if inhaled. Airborne viruses, hazardous chemical fumes, and even
some types of dust particles can cause injury or illness if workers breathe
them in. If the atmosphere becomes hazardous to breathe, employees may
require respiratory protection. Learners who successfully complete this course
will demonstrate knowledge of the basics of respiratory protection and how to
use it on the job. Employees will learn about potential inhalation hazards, the
different respirator types and their uses, how to fit test a respirator mask, and
respirator care and maintenance. This course is designed for general industry
employees who, during their regular work duties, are required to wear
respiratory protection.

Road rage is incredibly dangerous, causing almost 2/3 of all traffic fatalities. It
is sadly also very common; in one survey nearly 90% of drivers stated that
they had witnessed a road rage incident in the past month. This course is
designed to give drivers the information and skills necessary to react as safely
as possible to potentially dangerous situations on the road. Learners who
successfully complete this course will be able to recognize the signs of
aggressive driving behavior in themselves and others. Learners will also be
able to identify constructive responses and prevention measures that can be
used to avoid injury due to aggressive drivers/driving. This course is designed
for employees in all industries who, during the course of their regular job
duties, will operate a motor vehicle on public roadways. Employers may also
be interested in these related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver,
Hazards of Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous Driving
Conditions.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 19 minutes

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Duration 14 minutes

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General Industry
Safe Pool Operation

Pools, hot tubs, splash pads and other water features are a big draw for hotels
and recreational facilities. Swimming is a lot of fun, but public pools can
present serious health risks to guests and employees if they are not properly
designed and maintained, and if safety rules are not carefully followed.
Ensuring a safe and healthy pool environment requires that all employees who
work in and around the pool area understand the basics of pool hygiene and
safety, and how to protect themselves and others from harm. This course will
provide learners with information about the chemical hazards, physical
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 31 minutes

General Industry
Safety Data Sheets
Many employees in every industry work with potentially hazardous chemicals
every day. In order to help workers protect themselves from the chemical
hazards they may encounter on the job, the Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA) has adopted several rules requiring that employers and
chemical manufacturers provide information about chemicals in several
locations, including in a Safety Data Sheet, or SDS. SDSs help employees
understand the dangers of chemicals, how to obtain information on hazardous
materials, and how to assist co-workers if a spill or accident occurs. SDSs must
follow a standard format, and will always present certain information that
workers and emergency responders need. This course is intended to help
employees in any industry who work with chemicals to understand what
information is presented in the SDS and where to find it. After successfully
completing the course, learners should be able to identify the purpose and
key components of a safety data sheet, including the 16 sections required by
the Globally Harmonized System (GHS), an international system of rules for
classifying and labeling chemicals. Related courses that employers may be
interested in include Hazard Communication and the Globally Harmonized
System.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 25 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Safety Data Sheets - Canada

Safety and Health Awareness for Oil Spill Cleanup


Workers
Oil spill cleanup is a messy business, but one that can save and revitalize an
areas ecosystem. Learners that complete this course will receive an overview
detailing possible hazards associated with oil spill cleanup work, specifically in
the U.S. Gulf Coast region. This training is based on materials developed by
the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, together with OSHA,
which focus on the necessary hazard awareness and safety training for all oil
spill workers. This course is designed for all individuals who will participate or
are already are participating in oil spill cleanup work, and who will have
minimal contact oil with spill products.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 62 minutes

Many employees in every industry work with potentially hazardous chemicals


every day. Safety Data Sheets (SDS) are provided by chemical manufacturers
to communicate the potential chemical hazards of their products. SDSs help
employees understand the dangers of chemicals, how to obtain information
on hazardous materials, and how to assist co-workers if a spill or accident
occurs. This course is intended to help employees in Canada in any industry
who work with chemicals to understand what information is presented in the
SDS and where to find it. After successfully completing the course, learners
should be able to identify the purpose and key components of a safety data
sheet. Related courses that employers may be interested in include Hazard
Communication and the Globally Harmonized System.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 25 minutes

Safety Data Sheets - International


Many employees in every industry work with potentially hazardous chemicals
every day. Safety Data Sheets (SDS) are provided by chemical manufacturers
to communicate the potential chemical hazards of their products. SDSs help
employees understand the dangers of chemicals, how to obtain information
on hazardous materials, and how to assist co-workers if a spill or accident
occurs. This course is intended to help employees in any industry who work
with chemicals to understand what information is presented in the SDS and
where to find it. After successfully completing the course, learners should be
able to identify the purpose and key components of a safety data sheet.
Related courses that employers may be interested in include Hazard
Communication and the Globally Harmonized System.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 25 minutes

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General Industry

General Industry

Scaffold Safety

Severe Weather and Outdoor Work - Canada

Scaffolding is a very versatile and useful tool for construction or repair of


buildings. It can be assembled and disassembled easily and can be built very
tall or wide, depending on the buildings shape. But as with any tool, using
scaffolding requires care and knowledge. This course will teach employees
the basics of staying safe while working on scaffolds. Employees will learn the
definition of a scaffold, the potential hazards of working on a scaffold like falls,
electrocution and scaffold collapse and major hazard control methods. This
course is intended for employees who are required to perform work on
scaffolds. This course can help employers comply with OSHAs safety
requirements for scaffolding.

Many jobs require outdoor work on a regular basis, and working outdoors can
be fun at times, but working out in the elements can range from pleasant to
uncomfortable, to even dangerous during severe weather. Workers who
successfully complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of severe
weather hazards and how to react when severe weather strikes during work
processes. Employees will learn to identify hazards associated with severe
weather and standard protocols to follow during severe weather events. This
course is designed for employees in Canada who, during their regular work
duties, may be exposed to severe weather events.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 18 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 12 minutes

Scaffold Safety - Canada


Sexual Harassment and Discrimination for Employees

Scaffolding is a very versatile and useful tool for construction or repair of


buildings. It can be assembled and disassembled easily and can be built very
tall or wide, depending on the buildings shape. But as with any tool, using
scaffolding requires care and knowledge. This course will teach employees
the basics of staying safe while working on scaffolds. Employees will learn the
definition of a scaffold, the potential hazards of working on a scaffold like falls,
electrocution and scaffold collapse and major hazard control methods. This

Sexual harassment and discrimination are concerns for every business that
has more than one employee. When sexual harassment or discrimination
occurs in the workplace, it can create many problems for the victim, coworkers, and the company. This course will teach employees about sexual
harassment and discrimination and what to do if they become a victim.
Employees will learn to identify the three major types of sexual harassment
and what constitutes discrimination, and the proper procedures for reporting a
sexual harassment or discrimination incident. This course is intended for all
employees in all industries, and will help employers comply with U.S. antidiscrimination laws.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 25 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 12 minutes

Severe Weather and Outdoor Work

Sexual Harassment and Discrimination in California for


Employees

Many jobs require outdoor work on a regular basis, and working outdoors can
be fun at times, but working out in the elements can range from pleasant to
uncomfortable, to even dangerous during severe weather. Workers who
successfully complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of severe
weather hazards and how to react when severe weather strikes during work
processes. Employees will learn to identify hazards associated with severe
weather and standard protocols to follow during severe weather events. This
course is designed for employees who, during their regular work duties, may
be exposed to severe weather events. This course is intended to assist the
employer in meeting OSHAs General Duty Clause.

Sexual harassment and discrimination are concerns for every business that
has more than one employee. When sexual harassment or discrimination
occurs in the workplace, it can create many problems for the victim, coworkers, and the company. This course will teach employees about sexual
harassment and discrimination and what to do if they become a victim.
Employees will learn to identify the three major types of sexual harassment
and what constitutes discrimination, and the proper procedures for reporting a
sexual harassment or discrimination incident. This course is intended for all
employees in California in any industry, and will help employers comply with
U.S. and Californian anti-discrimination laws.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 18 minutes

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General Industry

General Industry

Sexual Harassment Prevention for Managers

Situational Awareness-Business Travel

Sexual harassment is a concern for every business that has more than one
employee. When sexual harassment does occur in the workplace, it can create
many problems for the victim, co-workers, and the company, including a drop
in morale, a loss in productivity, legal action, and a damaged reputation for
the company. This course will teach employees about sexual harassment and
what to do if they or one of their employees becomes a victim. Employees will
learn to identify the three major types of sexual harassment, and the proper
procedures for reporting a sexual harassment incident. This course is intended
for managers and human resources officers in all industries, and will help
employers comply with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.

Many employees travel for work, some on a regular basis. However, travel can
sometimes be rough, particularly for those who arent prepared. Taking time
to plan makes trips safer and more productive, not to mention more pleasant
in general. This course will teach employees how to be aware of their
surroundings and anticipate potential hazards while traveling. Employees will
learn to describe situational hazards in airports, while driving, and in hotels
and get advice on how to minimize or eliminate those hazards. This course is
intended for employees who, as part of their regular work duties, are required
to travel.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 21 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 16 minutes

Slips, Trips and Falls


Sexual Harassment Prevention for Managers in California
(AB1825)
Sexual harassment is a concern for every business that has more than one
employee. When sexual harassment does occur in the workplace, it can create
many problems for the victim, co-workers, and the company, including a drop
in morale, a loss in productivity, legal action, and a damaged reputation for
the company. This course will teach employees about sexual harassment and
what to do if they or one of their employees become a victim. Employees will
learn to identify the three major types of sexual harassment, and the proper
procedures for reporting a sexual harassment incident. This course is
designed for all supervisory personnel in the state of California working for
companies employing more than 50 people, and contains several scenarios
and meets Californias AB 1825 requirement for a two-hour runtime.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 124 minutes

Silica Awareness
Silica is a very common ingredient found in all kinds of products. In recent
years, the rising number of silica-related illnesses has caused the
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to pay closer attention
to silica exposure in the workplace. Workers who successfully complete this
course will be able to identify common materials containing crystalline silica,
and the hazards associated with crystalline silica exposure. They will also
demonstrate knowledge of the health effects associated with crystalline silica
exposure, and measures that can be taken to eliminate or minimize crystalline
silica exposure on the job. This course is designed for workers in the oil and
gas, construction and general industries who may, in the course of performing
their duties, come in contact with materials that may contain breathable
crystalline silica particles.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 15 minutes

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Slips, trips and falls area major source of injury in U.S. workplaces. According
to the Department of Labor, slips, trips and falls are the most common type of
accident in the workplace and are responsible for around 25% of all reported
injuries. These injuries arent always minor either; slips, trips and falls are the
second leading cause of accidental death in the workplace. This course will
teach employees about slip, trip and fall hazards and what they can do to
minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn to identify general
OSHA safety requirements, guarding for floor and wall openings, issues with
stairways, ladder, scaffolds, loading docks and how personal behavior affects
safety. This course is intended for general-industry employees who, during
their regular work duties, may be exposed to hazards that could cause slips,
trips or falls. This course is intended to assist the employer in meeting the
requirements of OSHAs standards for walking and working surfaces. This
course is presented in English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 21 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Slips, Trips and Falls - Canada


Slips, trips and falls area major source of injury in Canadian workplaces.
According to the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety over 60,
000 workers in Canada are injured each year as a result of falls on the job.
These injuries arent always minor either; slips, trips and falls are the leading
cause of accidental death in the workplace. This course will teach employees
about slip, trip and fall hazards and what they can do to minimize or eliminate
those hazards. Employees will learn to identify general OHS safety
requirements, guarding for floor and wall openings, issues with stairways,
ladder, scaffolds, loading docks and how personal behavior affects safety.
This course is intended for general-industry employees in Canada who, during
their regular work duties, may be exposed to hazards that could cause slips,
trips or falls. This course is intended to assist the employer in meeting the fall
protection requirements under provincial, territorial and federal OHS laws.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 21 minutes

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Industry
General Industry

General Industry

Slips, Trips, and Falls - International

Struck By and Caught Between Injuries for Construction

Slips, trips and falls area major source of injury worldwide, in every industry.
These injuries arent always minor either; slips, trips and falls are one of the
leading causes of accidental death in the workplace. This course will teach
employees about slip, trip and fall hazards and what they can do to minimize
or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn to identify general safety
requirements, guarding for floor and wall openings, issues with stairways,
ladder, scaffolds, loading docks and how personal behavior affects safety.
This course is intended for general-industry employees who, during their
regular work duties, may be exposed to hazards that could cause slips, trips or
falls.

Construction work can be a dangerous occupation. Struck-by and caughtbetween injuries are especially dangerous because they tend to consistently
cause serious injuries. Workers who know the hazards and remember to stay
alert can avoid many accidents at their work site. Learners who successfully
complete this course will be able to recognize common stuck by/caught
between hazards associated with work in the construction industry and their
recommended safe work practices. This course is designed for all employees
in the construction industry who will come in contact with struck by/caught
between hazards.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 13 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 21 minutes

Stop Work Authority

Substance Abuse Training for Supervisors

Upon completion of this learning event, the learner will demonstrate the ability
to identify the elements of a stop work authority program and employee
responsibilities in a stop work authority program.

Learners who successfully complete this course will be able to recall the U.S.
Department of Transportations requirements for supervisor training under its
drug-free workplace program mandates for safety-sensitive industries, the
physiological effects of alcohol and how they are produced, and general
physiological and behavioral characteristics of alcoholism. The learner will
also be able to identify the five drugs the National Institute on Drug Abuse
requires safety-sensitive drug tests to detect, the basic characteristics and
physiological effects of marijuana, methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin and
phencyclidine. Finally, learners will be able to identify recommended
measures for avoiding legal problems when executing a companys drug-free
workplace program, identify recommended workplace alcohol- and drugabuse documentation, and related intervention measures and strategies. This
course is intended for all supervisors in a safety-sensitive industry that are
involved with a substance abuse program. This course is intended to assist the
employer in meeting the FMCSA Standard.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 125 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 13 minutes

Storm Water Pollution Prevention for Industrial


Operations

Surveying the HAZMAT Incident

Storm water pollution is a problem at virtually all facilities, whether industrial,


retail, or even at home and on public ground. This course will teach
employees about the problem of storm water pollution and how to prevent it.
Employees will learn to identify major points of storm water pollution and its
impact, how storm water carries pollution, and the importance of their role in
carrying out storm water pollution prevention best management practices.
This course is intended for employees and health and safety officers at small
to medium-sized companies that want to comply with EPA regulations on
storm water discharge and pollution prevention.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes
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Learners who successfully complete this course will display the ability to
identify the role of the first responder after an incident involving hazardous
materials, the proper steps to be taken after an incident, identify different
types and forms of hazardous materials and their containers. This course is
designed for those training as first responders who have completed the
awareness-level training and are ready to advance to the operations level, and
will help meet OSHAs HAZWOPER Standard and Parts 471 and 472 of the
NFPA Standard. It is important to note that successfully completing this course
cannot certify an employee, only an employer can certify that an individual
meets a specific responder competency.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes

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General Industry

General Industry

Universal Waste Management

Violence in the Workplace - Canada

Consumers and businesses use and throw away thousands of tons of material
every day. When items like batteries, fluorescent light bulbs, and unused
pesticides are dumped in landfills with the rest of the trash, they can create a
hazard to the environment and those of us who live in it. To help reduce the
amount of hazardous and toxic waste in landfills and the environment, the EPA
has created the Universal Waste Regulation. Learners who successfully
complete this course will be able to recognize different types of universal
waste, and their proper handling and disposal. This course is intended for
employees in all industries who are required to handle or dispose of materials
classified as universal waste by OSHA.

Workplace violence can unexpectedly occur in any workplace setting. Its


estimated that over 365,000 incidents of workplace violence occur every year
across the provinces. Most instances of workplace violence do not end in
homicide. Unfortunately, workplace violence is a real, significant threat to
workers health and safety. This course will teach employees the major causes
and types of workplace violence, their warning signs and how to prevent it.
Employees will learn to define workplace violence, the different types and
sources, and the methods used to prevent workplace violence according to
OHS recommendations and other sources. This course is intended for
employees in Canada in all industries.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 12 minutes

Used Oil Management

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 20 minutes

Violence in the Workplace - International


Workplace violence can unexpectedly occur in any workplace setting. Most
instances of workplace violence do not end in homicide. Unfortunately,
workplace violence is a real, significant threat to workers health and safety.
This course will teach employees the major causes and types of workplace
violence, their warning signs and how to prevent it. Employees will learn to
define workplace violence, the different types and sources, and the methods
used to prevent workplace violence. This course is intended for employees in
all industries.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 20 minutes

Oil is one of the most common chemicals used in both commercial and
consumer machinery. Its absolutely necessary as a lubricant for all types of
engines, and when refined it yields gasoline, which makes those engines run
in the first place. Unfortunately, oil can be hazardous to the environment. One
gallon of oil can contaminate over a million gallons of fresh water. The
negative impact of used oil on our environment is simply too great not to be
taken seriously. This course is designed to provide the learner with skills to

Warehouse Safety

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 12 minutes

Violence in the Workplace


Workplace violence can unexpectedly occur in any workplace setting. It is
estimated that almost 2 million Americans are victims of some form of
workplace violence each year. Most instances of workplace violence do not
end in homicide. Unfortunately, workplace violence is a real, significant threat
to workers health and safety. This course will teach employees the major
causes and types of workplace violence, their warning signs and how to
prevent it. Employees will learn to define workplace violence, the different
types and sources, and the methods used to prevent workplace violence
according to OSHA recommendations and other sources. This course is
intended for employees in all industries.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes

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Most large businesses need warehouses to store and organize raw materials,
finished product, surplus equipment or other materials. Unfortunately, fatal
injuries are more common in warehouses than in other workplaces on
average. Learners who successfully complete this course will know how to
identify common hazards associated with materials handling and other
warehouse operations, and how to minimize or eliminate those hazards. This
course is intended for employees who are required to perform common
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 12 minutes

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General Industry

General Industry

Warehouse Safety - Canada

Working With Animals in Research

Most large businesses need warehouses to store and organize raw materials,
finished product, surplus equipment or other materials. Unfortunately, fatal
injuries are more common in warehouses than in other workplaces on
average. Learners who successfully complete this course will know how to
identify common hazards associated with materials handling and other
warehouse operations, and how to minimize or eliminate those hazards. This
course is intended for employees in Canada who are required to perform
common warehousing tasks such as materials handling, stacking, and storage.
This course is intended to aid Canadian employers in meeting OHS and other
provincial, territorial and federal health and safety regulations.

Using animals for scientific and medical research and testing is a longstanding practice that has saved countless lives and led to important
breakthroughs. Unfortunately these animals are sometimes subjected to
unethical or inhumane treatments at the hands of careless or ill-informed
researchers. In 1966 Congress passed the Animal Welfare Act in response to
growing public concerns about both the treatment of animals during the
research process, and a growing black-market in stolen animals being sold to
unsuspecting laboratories. The act regulates how research facilities treat
animals, as well as regulating the trade and transportation of animals. During
this course users will learn about the history and purpose of the Animal
Welfare act and its requirements for the care and handling of animals. This
course is designed for all employees and students working with animals in a
research setting. The course is designed to assist the employer in meeting the
training requirements of the Animal Welfare Act.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 12 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 26 minutes

Warehouse Safety - International


Most large businesses need warehouses to store and organize raw materials,
finished product, surplus equipment or other materials. Warehouses can be
safe work environments, as long as things are running smoothly.
Unfortunately, fatal injuries are more common in warehouses than in other
workplaces on average. The two greatest hazards in a warehouse are forklifts
and improperly stacked materials. Learners who successfully complete this
course will know how to identify common hazards associated with materials
handling and other warehouse operations, and how to minimize or eliminate
those hazards. This course is intended for employees who are required to
perform common warehousing tasks such as material handling, stacking, and
storage.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 12 minutes

Working With Lasers in Research and Education


Lasers are powerful tools that have many applications in scientific and medical
classrooms, laboratories and research facilities. They can also be extremely
hazardous if used incorrectly. This course is designed to provide the learner
with a basic overview of laser function and operation, their associated
hazards, and the safety measures that must be taken to control those hazards.
It is appropriate for all employees and students who will be working with or
around lasers in an educational or research environment. This course was
developed in accordance with the guidelines provided by the American
National Standards Institutes (ANSI) Safe Use of Lasers in Educational
Institutions standard.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes

WHMIS
It has been estimated that one in four Canadian workers work with and are
exposed to one or more hazardous chemicals at work each day. There are
approximately 650,000 existing chemical products available today, and
hundreds more are introduced annually. Learners who successfully complete
this course will be able to recognize and carry out his or her fundamental
responsibilities to work safely with or near hazardous chemicals as required
by the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS). This
course is intended for employees in Canada who may use, handle or be
exposed to hazardous chemicals as part of their job duties.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 12 minutes

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Healthcare Facilities

Healthcare Facilities

Bloodborne Pathogens

Bloodborne Pathogens - Canada

Exposure to substances that could contain infectious agents is a common


worker hazard in the United States and abroad. Healthcare workers such as
physicians, nurses and technicians are commonly thought of as being at-risk;
however, building maintenance workers, social workers, food service and
housekeeping workers, childcare workers and teachers, administrative
personnel, and many other job types may also be at risk for exposure. The
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), recognizes that many
employees come in contact with human blood or other potentially infectious
materials during daily duties and thus are potentially exposed to this
occupational hazard. OSHAs bloodborne pathogen standard has served as
the basis for implementing policies and practices to minimize workers risk of
exposure to BBP's, specifically to the Hepatitis B virus (HBV), the Hepatitis C
virus (HCV) and the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). This course will
teach employees about the hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the
workplace and the basic controls required under OSHAs bloodborne
pathogen standard. This course will teach employees about the hazards of
bloodborne pathogens in the workplace. Employees will learn how to identify
major bloodborne diseases and symptoms, how pathogens are transmitted
and the basics of exposure prevention and incident response and cleanup.
This awareness-level course is designed for all workers who may be exposed

Exposure to substances that could contain infectious agents is a common


worker hazard. Healthcare workers such as physicians, nurses and technicians
are commonly thought of as being at-risk; however, building maintenance
workers, social workers, food service and housekeeping workers, childcare
workers and teachers, administrative personnel, and many other job types
may also be at risk for exposure. This course will teach employees about the
hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the workplace and the basic controls

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 40 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 40 minutes

Bloodborne Pathogens - Cal/OSHA


Exposure to substances that could contain infectious agents is a common
worker hazard in the United States and abroad. Healthcare workers such as
physicians, nurses and technicians are commonly thought of as being at-risk;
however, building maintenance workers, social workers, food service and
housekeeping workers, childcare workers and teachers, administrative
personnel, and many other job types may also be at risk for exposure. The
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the California
Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA), recognize that many
employees come in contact with human blood or other potentially infectious
materials during daily duties and thus are potentially exposed to this
occupational hazard. Cal/OSHAs bloodborne pathogen standard has served
as the basis for implementing policies and practices to minimize workers risk
of exposure to BBP's, specifically to the Hepatitis B virus (HBV), the Hepatitis C
virus (HCV) and the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). This course will
teach employees about the hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the
workplace and the basic controls required under Cal/OSHAs bloodborne
pathogen standard. This course will teach employees about the hazards of
bloodborne pathogens in the workplace. Employees will learn how to identify
major bloodborne diseases and symptoms, how pathogens are transmitted
and the basics of exposure prevention and incident response and cleanup.

Bloodborne Pathogens - International


Exposure to substances that could contain infectious agents is a common
worker hazard. Healthcare workers such as physicians, nurses and technicians
are commonly thought of as being at-risk; however, building maintenance
workers, social workers, food service and housekeeping workers, childcare
workers and teachers, administrative personnel, and many other job types
may also be at risk for exposure. This course will teach employees about the
hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the workplace and the basic controls.
This course will teach employees about the hazards of bloodborne pathogens
in the workplace. Employees will learn how to identify major bloodborne
diseases and symptoms, how pathogens are transmitted and the basics of
exposure prevention and incident response and cleanup. This awareness-level
course is designed for all workers who may be exposed to blood or other
potentially infectious materials (OPIM) at any time during the performance of
their regular job duties.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 40 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 40 minutes

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Industry
Healthcare Facilities

Healthcare Facilities

Formaldehyde Safety in Research and Education

Latex Allergy

Formaldehyde is a versatile substance used in many industrial and laboratory


processes, as well as in other medical and research settings. When workers
must be exposed to formaldehyde while performing research or disinfecting
equipment, it's important that they understand the hazards associated with
formaldehyde. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able
to identify the chemical and physical properties of formaldehyde, the effects
and symptoms of formaldehyde on the body, and required and recommended
safe handling and storage of formaldehyde. Learners should also be able to
identify exposure controls and proper responses, as well as monitoring and
medical surveillance systems.

While no study has conclusively shown how many people have latex allergies
and why, the general consensus is that up to six percent of the general
population and up to 12 percent of health care workers display some allergic
reaction or sensitivity to latex. This course is designed to help healthcare
workers minimize the chances of suffering from an allergic reaction to latex
gloves while at work. Upon completion, the learner will display the ability to
recognize the characteristics and dangers of latex allergy, and recommended
preventive measures. This course is intended for all healthcare workers and
can help employers meet OSHAs standards on Hand Protection and
Bloodborne Pathogens.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 32 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 14 minutes

Legionnaires' Disease

HIPAA Compliance Training


Since its creation in the mid-Nineties, the Health Insurance Portability and
Accountability Act, or HIPAA, has been a major cause of concern for people
working both inside and outside the health care industry. This course is
designed to give employees an overview of HIPAA and its general
requirements. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able
to identify the purpose, basic terminology, and common actions companies
must take to comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability
Act, or HIPAA. This course is designed for all employees who work for
companies affected by HIPAA, but are not responsible for administering a
HIPAA compliance program.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 13 minutes

Workers in the healthcare industry deal with many peopleboth patients and
coworkersthat have compromised immune systems. Because people with
compromised immune systems are more likely to develop Legionnaires
disease, healthcare workers and their patients are at an elevated risk.
Learners that successfully complete this course will display the ability to
recognize and/or identify the characteristics, sources and symptoms of
Legionnaires' disease, and its related required/recommended safe work
practices. This course is intended for those who work in any environment or
occupation that may bring them in contact with water or air-conditioning
systems that may expel liquid containing legionella bacterium.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 14 minutes

Lost Child/Code Adam

HIPAA Compliance Training for HR Officers


Since its creation in the mid-Nineties, the Health Insurance Portability and
Accountability Act, or HIPAA, has been a major cause of concern for people
working both inside and outside the health care industry. This course is
designed to give employees an overview of HIPAA and its general
requirements. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able
to identify the purpose, basic terminology, and common actions companies
must take to comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability
Act, or HIPAA. This course is designed for employees who are involved in
human resources activities at companies who obtain health insurance through
an external insurance provider.

Lost children are a common occurrence in stores, entertainment centers,


amusement parks, hospitals, museums, and many other spaces frequented by
children and their families. Lost children can injure themselves, damage
equipment and merchandise, or even be abducted or abused. The most
important things in a lost child situation are to have a plan in place, and to be
sure all employees understand their role and are ready to spring into action
quickly when a child is reported missing. Code Adam is a simple, standardized
set of procedures for locating a child in a missing place that is used by over

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 17 minutes

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Healthcare Facilities
N95 Respirators - Preventing Airborne Disease
Transmission
Working in a medical care facility may be rewarding, but it can also involve
certain risks. For example, caring for people infected with communicable
diseases puts healthcare workers at greater risk of catching these diseases.
This course is designed to give healthcare workers the skills to protect
themselves from airborne diseases by using an N95 respirator. Learners who
successfully complete this course will display the ability to recognize the
purposes and proper use of N95 respirators in a healthcare setting. This
course is designed for healthcare workers who may be exposed to various
airborne illnesses at work, and can assist employers in meeting OSHAs
requirements on respiratory protection.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 22 minutes

Hospitality and Food Service


Bakery and Deli Safety
Bakeries and delis are generally safe places, but they do have some hazards
that may not be immediately apparent to workers. This awareness-level
course is intended to provide employees in supermarket-based bakeries and
delis with an overview of the common hazards associated with the
supermarket working environment and equipment common to the bakery and
deli departments. After successfully completing this course, the learner will
display the ability to identify hazards they are likely to face on the job and the
proper safe work practices for controlling those hazards. This course is
presented in English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 19 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Commercial Laundry Safety

Tuberculosis Exposure
While there are treatment methods for tuberculosis, it is still a disease that
kills thousands worldwide every year. This course is designed to give
employees an overview of tuberculosiss characteristics, how it infects people
and spreads, and how you can prevent being infected or spreading it.
Learners who successfully complete this course will be able to identify the
nature and types of tuberculosis, and recommended measures for avoiding
tuberculosis exposure and infection in the workplace. This course is designed
for all medical and non-medical industry personnel who may reasonably
anticipate coming into contact with a tuberculosis-infected person in the
workplace.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 16 minutes

Hospitality and Food Service

Industrial scale laundry operations pose certain inherent risks to workers,


including heat stress, bloodborne diseases, chemical exposure, machine
hazards, and musculoskeletal disorders. Because laundry is not typically
thought of as hazardous work, it is very important that laundry workers be
aware of the hazards they may face and possess the knowledge and skills to
protect themselves. This awareness-level course will discuss the common
hazards of working in a commercial laundry facility and the best methods for
controlling those hazards. This course was designed for employees working in
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 26 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Backroom Safety - Supermarket

Fire Safety in the Hospitality Industry

Supermarkets are generally safe places to work, but unfortunately


musculoskeletal disorders, falls, cuts, and injuries from accidents involving
vehicles and machinery are all too common in grocery settings, particularly in
the back room, stock room, or loading and unloading area. This course is
designed to give the learner an overview of the hazards common to stocking
duties and working in the backroom area of a supermarket. The course also
provides techniques for safe lifting and safe stacking and moving of loads.
This course is designed for all employees working in the back room or
performing stocking duties in a supermarket. This course is presented in
English and Spanish. Employers may also be interested in the following
related courses: Back Injury Prevention for Supermarkets, Ladder Safety in the
Retail Industry, and Backroom and Stocking Safety in the Retail Industry

Fire emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere, in any industry. Fires are
one of the most common emergencies to contend with in workplaces, and can
be one of the most harmful if not dealt with properly. Fires in hospitality and
food service settings can be particularly dangerous because guests and
visitors will be unfamiliar with the facilitys fire safety plan. This course should
give employees the knowledge to safely react and respond to a fire
emergency in their workplace. Employees will learn their responsibilities in a
fire emergency, how to identify different alarm signals, evacuation routes and
procedures, and fire extinguisher use. This course is intended for hospitality
and food service employees who are required to understand their
responsibilities in a fire emergency. This course assists employers in meeting
fire safety standards required by OSHA, however there may also be a sitespecific training component required that must be fulfilled by an employer.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 21 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Duration 28 minutes

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Hospitality and Food Service

Hospitality and Food Service

Food Safety

Kitchen Equipment Safety

Food. We like it. Smelling it, tasting it, feeling full of it, food is pretty key to our
happiness. But if youve ever had food poisoning, you know that food can
sometimes be very, very bad. In fact, food causes approximately 48 million
illnesses, 128,000 hospitalizations, and 3,000 deaths in the United States
each year. The sad thing is, the vast majority of those illnesses could have
easily been avoided if the people who handled and prepared the food had
followed proper food safety practices. After successfully completing this
course, the learner should be able to recognize the purpose of the FDAs Food
Code and identify the responsibilities of food employees regarding the
prevention of foodborne illness. This course is designed for all employees in
food service establishments and commercial kitchens, with particular
emphasis on those employees designated by the FDAs Food Code as food
employees and conditional employees.

Working in a commercial kitchen can be fast-paced, exciting and rewarding.


Unfortunately, much of the equipment used in kitchens can be hazardous to
workers if not used properly. In addition to expected hazards such as cuts and
burns, there are also hazards that workers often overlook, such as the risks of
carbon monoxide poisoning. It is important for kitchen workers to be able to
recognize the hazards in their kitchen and identify proper techniques for
protecting against them. After successfully completing this course, the learner
should be able to recognize common hazards presented by the various types
of equipment found in commercial kitchens including knives, powered cutting
and mixing equipment, and heated cooking and cleaning equipment. This
course is intended for all employees who work in commercial kitchens.
Employers may also be interested in our Food Safety course, which covers
safe food handling and the FDAs Food Code.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 34 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 28 minutes

Latex Allergy
While no study has conclusively shown how many people have latex allergies
and why, the general consensus is that up to six percent of the general
population and up to 12 percent of health care workers display some allergic
reaction or sensitivity to latex. This course is designed to help healthcare
workers minimize the chances of suffering from an allergic reaction to latex
gloves while at work. Upon completion, the learner will display the ability to
recognize the characteristics and dangers of latex allergy, and recommended
preventive measures. This course is intended for all healthcare workers and
can help employers meet OSHAs standards on Hand Protection and
Bloodborne Pathogens.

Groundskeeping, Landscaping and Golf Course


Maintenance Safety

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 14 minutes

Groundskeeping, landscaping and golf course maintenance duties involve a


number of hazards that workers may not be aware of. According to the U.S.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, approximately 190 grounds maintenance workers
are killed and more than 15,000 are injured each year, a rate much higher
than other industries. During this course, learners will receive an overview of
the physical, chemical, and wildlife hazards associated with landscaping and
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes

Legionnaires' Disease
Workers in the healthcare industry deal with many peopleboth patients and
coworkersthat have compromised immune systems. Because people with
compromised immune systems are more likely to develop Legionnaires
disease, healthcare workers and their patients are at an elevated risk.
Learners that successfully complete this course will display the ability to
recognize and/or identify the characteristics, sources and symptoms of
Legionnaires' disease, and its related required/recommended safe work
practices. This course is intended for those who work in any environment or
occupation that may bring them in contact with water or air-conditioning
systems that may expel liquid containing legionella bacterium.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 14 minutes

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Lost Child/Code Adam

Hospitality and Food Service


Parking Lot Safety
A parking lot is the first thing that customers see, making it a very important
part of a good first impression. Parking lots can also present a number of
hazards to pedestrians and vehicles. Keeping lots clean and well maintained,
and ensuring employees are trained to deal with common hazards, is an
important part of ensuring customers and employees are safe and happy.
When this course is over, the learner should be able to identify best practices
for parking lot maintenance and security, and appropriate responses to severe
weather, accidents, and other outdoor incidents. This course was designed for
employees in the retail industry and features examples and scenarios
appropriate for the retail setting. It would also be appropriate for workers in
hospitality, food service, and other facilities visited by the public.

Lost children are a common occurrence in stores, entertainment centers,


amusement parks, hospitals, museums, and many other spaces frequented by
children and their families. Lost children can injure themselves, damage
equipment and merchandise, or even be abducted or abused. The most
important things in a lost child situation are to have a plan in place, and to be
sure all employees understand their role and are ready to spring into action
quickly when a child is reported missing. Code Adam is a simple, standardized
set of procedures for locating a child in a missing place that is used by over
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 23 minutes

Pallet Jack Safety

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 16 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Safe Housekeeping in the Hospitality Industry


Cleanliness is one of the biggest factors when guests choose whether to
return to a hotel or resort. This is why housekeeping is so important.
Unfortunately it can also be hazardous. Housekeepers are almost twice as
likely to be injured as other hospitality workers. In fact, nine out of ten
housekeepers say they have suffered work-related pain. Injuries can be
serious, making it difficult or impossible to work. Some injuries can lead to
permanent disabilities. This course will explain the most common
housekeeping hazards and the best practices for eliminating or controlling
those hazards. This course is designed for housekeeping and maintenance
staff working in hotels and other hospitality settings. This course is available in
English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Safe Pool Operation

Pallet jacks are common in retail stores, warehouses, and many other
facilities. These devices make it faster and easier to move things around the
store, increasing efficiency and helping to prevent lifting-related injuries.
Unfortunately, pallet jacks present their own hazards that can cause serious
injuries and significant property damage if used incorrectly. This course is
designed to provide the learner with the knowledge and skills needed to get
started as a safe, effective pallet jack operator. Learners who successfully
complete this course will display the ability to recognize standard pallet jack
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes

Pools, hot tubs, splash pads and other water features are a big draw for hotels
and recreational facilities. Swimming is a lot of fun, but public pools can
present serious health risks to guests and employees if they are not properly
designed and maintained, and if safety rules are not carefully followed.
Ensuring a safe and healthy pool environment requires that all employees who
work in and around the pool area understand the basics of pool hygiene and
safety, and how to protect themselves and others from harm. This course will
provide learners with information about the chemical hazards, physical
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 31 minutes

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Hospitality and Food Service

Off the Job

Successful Guest Service Techniques

Gun Safety

Hospitality is a service industry, and providing excellent service to guests is


the most important part of the job. Cornell Universitys Center for Hospitality
Research estimates that there are 5,000 interactions between employees and
guests every day in a moderate-sized hotel. Employees on the front lines will
deal with guests many times every day, but even staff in behind-the-scenes
roles will have to deal with guests once in a while, and their actions will affect
the level of service even when they have no contact with a guest. This course
will help employees in the hospitality, food service, and guest services
industries identify successful guest services techniques and how to
incorporate them into their daily routine.

Gun ownership is a right that carries a heavy responsibility. The fact is guns
are made to injure and kill. Whether theyre intended for hunting, selfprotection or law enforcement, guns carry a risk of accidental or misdirected
discharge, often with unintended or tragic results. However, using proper
precautions when handling and storing firearms can help gun owners exercise
their right to gun ownership safely and responsibly. Learners who successfully
complete this course will receive information about the hazards of gun
ownership and recommended safety practices.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 5 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 30 minutes

Off the Job

Halloween Safety

Energy Efficiency at Home


A lot of people associate the concept of going green with environmentalism,
which means using less energy and producing less pollution solely for the
environmental benefit. However, using less energy and creating less waste
can be financially beneficial, too. A few small changes at home can drastically
reduce energy bills while benefitting the environment. Learners who
successfully complete this course should be able to recognize common causes
for poor energy efficiency in residential homes, and the Environmental
Protection Agency's recommended measures for improvement. This course is
designed for all homeowners and/or those interested in improving the energy
efficiency in a living space.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 19 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 8 minutes

Halloween Safety Tips - Canada

Fireworks Safety
Fireworks can be a lot of fun. They involve fire, explosions, bright colors, and
that great gunpowder smell. Fireworks are so much fun both for those who
like to light them and those who just like to watch that they have become a
traditional part of celebrations such as Independence Day and New Years
Eve. Yeah, fireworks are as American as rock n roll, football, chicken wings
and guns. And its wonderful. Unfortunately, there is a dark side to the
combustible happiness offered by fireworks. Each year, thousands of minor
injuries are reported in the U.S., and many that are not-so-minor. In fact, in
most years a handful of people die in fireworks accidents. This course is
meant to give you a useful overview of fireworks history, fireworks safety
laws, and tips for safe fireworks use. When the course is over, you will have
been given information about the history of fireworks, the different types of
fireworks and their regulation, and safe practices for using consumer-level
fireworks. This course is part of our Off the Job safety series and is designed
for members of the general public of all ages. So strap yourself down and get
ready, because this here knowledge rocket is lit and ready to blast off!
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 15 minutes

Halloween is a fun time for hanging out with family decorating the house,
carving pumpkins, and enjoying cookies, candied apples and other snacks.
For kids, its also a time to dress up and go trick-or-treating. Trick-or-treating is
fun and generally safe, but it can still present some safety risks. There are
some basic things that families can do to keep their children safe. Learners
who complete this course should be able to identify common hazards
associated with Halloween and their recommended preventive measures.

Halloween is a fun time for hanging out with family decorating the house,
carving pumpkins, and enjoying cookies, candied apples and other snacks.
For kids, its also a time to dress up and go trick-or-treating. Trick-or-treating is
fun and generally safe, but it can still present some safety risks. There are
some basic things that families can do to keep their children safe. Learners
who complete this course should be able to identify common hazards
associated with Halloween and their recommended preventive measures.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 8 minutes

Household Chemical Safety


Chemicals are a useful part of most peoples lives. These can include outdoor
chemicals like gasoline and lawn fertilizer or indoor chemicals like oven
cleaner and floor polish, among many, many others. At the same time, even
the most innocuous household chemicals can be dangerous in certain
situations. Handling and storing chemicals safely without ingesting them is a
simple way to stay safe. Learners who complete this course will receive
information detailing common household chemical hazards and their related
safe handling and storage recommendations.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 15 minutes

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Off the Job

Oil and Gas

Influenza Prevention

Back Injury Prevention for Oil and Gas Workers

Flu season is usually a cause for concern for most people. However, as new
flu strains surface every year and the risk of pandemic flu has become a more
public issue and prominent health concern, people have become more
concerned than they might usually be. Because most people are exposed to
so many other people on the job, workplaces can easily be a point of spread
for the flu if the proper precautions arent taken. Learners who successfully
complete this course should be able to recognize the means by which
influenza is spread and recommended measures to prevent its spread.

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) estimates
that back injuries make up nearly twenty percent of all workplace injuries and
costs the nation an estimated twenty to fifty billion dollars a year. Learners
who complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of the major causes of
workplace back injuries and how to prevent them. Employees will learn about
hazards and the three major types of hazard controls. This course provides
ergonomic information to help employers comply with OSHAs General Duty
Clause. This course is intended for oil and gas industry employees who, during
their regular work duties, are required to lift and carry materials.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 8 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 15 minutes

Lawn Mower and Lawn Care Safety


For most people, lawn mower safety is a matter of common sense. Lawn care
equipment is pretty standard, and most people get along with it just fine. Most
of us understand there is a whirling blade under there that can cut through us
just the same as it can cut through grass and that trimmers and edgers can cut
through skin or launch projectiles. However, accidents do happen and people
can still be injured while trying to maintain lawn equipment. Learners who
complete this course will receive information on the common hazards
associated with lawn care equipment and recommended safe operation
practices.

Basic First Aid for Oil and Gas Personnel

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 6 minutes

Moving Safety
Safe moving is really a combination of planning and common sense. People
are much more likely to get hurt when they havent thought through the
situation properly or when theyre in a hurry to finish. Being prepared, wearing
the right clothing and having the right equipment on hand can make moving
much less unpleasant than it might otherwise be. Learners who successfully
complete this course will receive information concerning the hazards of
moving and their recommended safe work practices.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 14 minutes

Emergencies can happen any time in the oil and gas industry. On any given
day, there could be a situation that arises at work where a coworker is injured
and needs immediate medical help. When this happens, it is essential that
employees know how to respond appropriately, render aid, and obtain higher
levels of care. This course will teach employees the basics of first aid
procedures and how to apply them to real-world scenarios. Employees will
learn their legal responsibilities as a first aid provider, how to identify different
types of medical emergencies and the proper steps to take, and how to react
in specific environmental conditions like extreme heat and cold. This
awareness-level course is intended for oil and gas employees who, during the
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 37 minutes

Oil and Gas


Air Permitting Awareness for Oil and Gas Personnel

Chainsaw Safety for Oil and Gas Personnel

Oil and gas production and exploration are important tasks, but the process of
getting them out of the ground and the equipment used to get it can create
pollutants, including air pollution. Learners who successfully complete this
course will display the ability to recognize relevant air-permitting laws,
relevant air pollutants, different types of air permits and universal
requirements for air permitting programs. This course is designed for oil and
gas industry field workers who may have incidental roles in the
implementation and administration of their companys air permitting
programs. This course can partially assist employers in complying with Title V
of the Clean Air Act.

Preparing a site for an oil or gas rig begins with clearing the area of obstacles,
including trees and other vegetation, usually by using a chainsaw. However,
chainsaws can be extremely dangerous pieces of equipment. Chainsaws
cause about 28,000 injuries each year and some are severely debilitating.
Fortunately, there are a few simple precautions that can make using
chainsaws a safer task. Workers who successfully complete this course will be
able to identify the recommended procedures to take before and during
chainsaw operations and the appropriate personal protective equipment used
in chainsaw operations. This course also references OSHAs regulations on
chainsaw use.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 23 minutes

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Duration 12 minutes

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Oil and Gas

Oil and Gas

Cold Stress for Upstream and Midstream Oil and Gas


Operations

Electrical Safety for Qualified Workers in the Oil and Gas


Industry

When the bodys temperature drops below 98.6F, the blood vessels constrict
to keep the warm blood near the bodys core and vital organs to protect them.
In doing this, the blood flow to the arms and legs decrease and those parts of
the body become vulnerable to frostbite or hypothermia. This course will teach
employees about the hazards of working in cold temperatures and how to
minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to anticipate
and identify the effects of cold stress and methods used to prevent it. This
course is specifically designed for employees in upstream and midstream oil
and gas operations who, as part of their regular work duties, will be subject to
cold weather conditions for significant periods of time.

Electricity is accepted as a source of power without much thought to its


hazards, but its one of the deadliest hazards in the workplace. Employees
who take this course will learn how to identify the general OSHA electrical
safety standards, safe work practices when working on or around electrical
equipment, OSHA requirements for qualified and authorized electrical
equipment workers, and safe work practices qualified and authorized workers
should use when working on or near exposed electrical equipment. This
course is aimed at employees who work regularly with electrical equipment,
including equipment maintenance and repair, and can assist the employer in
meeting OSHAs electrical safety requirements for qualified workers.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 15 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 20 minutes

Confined Space and Engulfment Awareness for Oil and


Gas Operations

Excavation and Trenching for Upstream Oil and Gas


Operations

Confined spaces are some of the most hazardous work environments. This
course will teach employees the hazards and safety precautions associated
with confined spaces, with a heavy emphasis on OSHA safety requirements.
Employees will learn how to identify confined spaces, their hazards, methods
used to control those hazards and the regulations regarding `permit-required'
confined spaces. This course is intended for oil and gas industry employees
who are required to work in or around areas defined by OSHA as confined
spaces. This course is designed to help employers meet OSHAs standards on
permit-required confined spaces.

Many projects in oil and gas operations require trenches and excavations.
Learners who complete this course will know how to recognize the potential
hazards of working in or around trenches and excavations, and the OSHArequired protective measures they must employ on the job. This course is
intended for oil and gas employees who, during their regular work duties, are
required to work in or around trenching or excavation operations, and will
assist the employer in meeting OSHA standards on excavations.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 12 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 22 minutes

Fall Protection for Upstream Oil and Gas Operations


Electrical Safety Awareness for Oil and Gas Personnel
Electricity is accepted as a source of power without much thought to its
hazards, but its one of the deadliest hazards in the workplace. Employees
who take this course will learn how to recognize the dangers of electricity,
possible electrical injuries, and how to use standard hazard controls. This
course is aimed at oil and gas employees who work regularly with electrical
equipment, including equipment maintenance and repair, and can assist the
employer in meeting OSHAs electrical safety requirements for unqualified
workers. This course does not qualify an unqualified worker.

Falling is consistently one of the most common causes of workplace fatalities.


Falls from as little as 4 to 6 feet can cause serious injuries, sometimes death.
There are many different types of work and many different types of fall
hazards. This course will teach employees the importance and practice of
consistent fall protection. Employees will learn about fall hazards, how to
identify fall protection methods and various safe work practices. This course is
intended for oil and gas employees who, during their regular job duties, work
at heights requiring fall protection. While this course addresses OSHA training
requirements, there may be a site-specific training component required that
must be fulfilled by an employer.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 23 minutes

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Fatigue Management for Control Room Employees
Shift work and non-standard hours can be tough on workers. Aside from
making it difficult to get enough sleep, the added fatigue increases the
chances of an accident at work. Learners who successfully complete this
course will be able to identify the impact that shift length and scheduling
rotations play in fatigue management, identify fatigue management strategies,
and identify off-duty activities that can lead to fatigue in the workplace. This
course is intended for all employees who may do shift work and need to learn
fatigue management strategies, and is intended to assist the employer in
meeting the PHMSAs General Standard for Control Room Management.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 16 minutes

Oil and Gas


H2S Safety Procedures for Drilling and Production
Operations
Hydrogen sulfide gas is a common hazard in the oil and gas industry.
Employees who successfully complete this course will demonstrate
knowledge of the sources of hydrogen sulfide, its physical and chemical
properties and effects on the body, hydrogen sulfide exposure controls and
exposure response. This course is designed for oil and gas industry
employees who, during their regular work duties, may come in contact with
hydrogen sulfide gas. This course is intended to assist the employer in
meeting OSHA requirements on hydrogen sulfide exposure. In addition to this
course, the employer should also provide a Respiratory Protection Course to
meet other OSHA training requirements.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 19 minutes

Fire Prevention for Natural Gas, Oil and Derivatives

H2S Safety Procedures for Drilling and Production


Operations - Canada

Fire emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere. This is true in any industry,
but it especially true in industries that produce or process flammable
materials, such as oil and gas production. Fires are one of the most common
emergencies to contend with on oil and gas sites, and can be one of the most
harmful if not dealt with properly. This course should give employees the
knowledge to safely react and respond to a fire emergency in their workplace.
Employees will learn to identify common combustible and flammable materials

Hydrogen sulfide gas is a common hazard in the oil and gas industry.
Employees who successfully complete this course will demonstrate
knowledge of the sources of hydrogen sulfide, its physical and chemical
properties and effects on the body, hydrogen sulfide exposure controls and
exposure response. This course is designed for oil and gas industry
employees in Canada who, during their regular work duties, may come in
contact with hydrogen sulfide gas, and can help Canadian employers meet
hydrogen sulfide safety requirements contained in provincial, territorial and
federal OHS laws. In addition to this course, employers may be interested in
other courses in our Oil and Gas Series.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 19 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 19 minutes

Flame-Resistant Clothing for Oil & Gas Personnel


Fires and explosions account for 16% of the total fatalities in the oil and gas
industry. Learners who successfully complete this course will be able to
identify flash fires, the engineering and administrative controls used to
prevent flash fires, the difference between flame resistant and flame retardant
clothing, and the fire hazards associated with the three stages of oil and gas
operations. This course is designed for all employees who may work for an oil
and gas company that performs well drilling, servicing, and production-related
operations. This course is intended to assist the employer in meeting OSHA
regulations on personal protective equipment.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 17 minutes

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Hand and Power Tools for the Oil and Gas Industry
Tools are such a common part of our lives that its difficult to remember that
they may pose potential hazards to our safety. This course will teach
employees the importance of hand and power tool safety and how to achieve
it. Employees who successfully complete this course should learn the common
hazards of different types of hand and power tools, including electrical,
pneumatic, hydraulic and abrasive-wheel tools and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. This course is intended for oil and gas employees
who, as part of their regular work duties, are required to use or work around
hand and power tools. This course can assist employers with meeting
regulations outlined in OSHAs regulations on hand and power tools.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 32 minutes

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Oil and Gas

Oil and Gas

Hazard Communication for the Oil and Gas Industry

Heat Stress for Upstream Oil and Gas Operations

Chemicals can pose a wide range of health and physical hazards, and
exposure to hazardous chemicals is common for workers in a large variety of
industries. When workers are exposed to hazardous chemicals, OHSA requires
employers to provide employees with information about those hazards and
training over how to protect themselves and others from harm. During this
course, employees will learn about OSHA's Hazard Communication (HAZCOM)
standard and the purpose and requirements of a HAZCOM program. The
course will discuss common sources and routes of potential chemical
exposure, and their recommended protective measures. Finally the course will
discuss methods for learning more about chemical hazards, including labels,
safety data sheets (SDS) and hazard assessments. This course is intended to
assist the employer in meeting the training requirements under OSHAs
HAZCOM standard. It is specifically designed for workers employed on oil and
gas production, processing and other field sites and features examples and
scenarios relevant to that industry. It has been updated to include information
about the Globally Harmonized System (GHS). This course is designed for
employees who need initial or refresher Hazard Communication (HAZCOM)
training. Employees who have already received HAZCOM training and only
require training over the GHS update should consider taking our Globally
Harmonized System (GHS) course instead.

Working in high heat can cause a number of health issues, particularly for
workers who are not acclimated to the conditions. This course will teach
employees the hazards of working in high heat and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to identify the hazardous
health effects of high heat, methods to prevent those health effects and what
to do if a co-worker exhibits symptoms of heat stress such as heat fatigue,
heat rash, heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke. This course is
intended for employees who, during the course of regular work duties, are
exposed to high-temperature conditions for significant periods of time.
Tailored for the oil and gas industry with appropriate examples and imagery,
this course is intended for workers in the oil and gas industry who, in the
course of their regular job duties, are required to work in high heat conditions
for extended periods of time.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 15 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 17 minutes

Hot Work/Arc Welding for Oil and Gas Operations

Hearing Conservation for Upstream Oil and Gas


Operations
Hearing loss is a major hazard in many workplaces. Thirty million American
workers are exposed to hazardous noise levels at their job, noise levels that
can damage their hearing. This course will teach employees about noise
levels, hearing hazards and OSHA's recommendations on how to prevent
hearing loss. Employees who successfully complete this course will learn how
to define noise and noise levels, hearing loss, and recognize different types of
hearing protection. This course is intended for employees in midstream and
upstream oil and gas operations who, during the course of their regular work
duties, may come in contact with noise levels high enough to cause hearing
impairment.

Arc welding is an important, but dangerous task. Workers can easily burn their
eyes and body, breathe in toxic fumes or damage their hearing. This course
should help employees identify hazards associated with arc welding and hot
work on oil and gas production sites, and how to protect themselves.
Employees will also receive information about burns, fumes and gases,
electric shock, fire and noise hazards. This course is provided to assist the
employer in meeting the requirements of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.252,
General Requirements and 254, Arc Welding and Cutting. This course is
intended for oil and gas employees who perform hot work, including welding,
brazing and torch cutting, as part of their regular work duties. In addition to
this course, the employer might also provide courses on Compressed Gas
Safety, Fire Safety and Portable Fire Extinguishers. While this course
addresses OSHA training requirements, there may be a site-specific training
component required that must be fulfilled by an employer.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 20 minutes

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Duration 25 minutes

Industry
Oil and Gas
Incident Investigation in the Oilfield

Oil and Gas


Machine Guarding for Oil and Gas Personnel
Moving machine parts have the potential to cause severe workplace injuries,
such as crushed fingers or hands, amputations, burns, or blindness. Any
machine part, function, or process that may cause injury must be safeguarded.
Employees who successfully complete this course will learn to define machine
guarding, locate fundamental machine areas, machine hazards, the types of
machine guards, and the types of machine devices. This course is intended for
oil and gas industry employees who, during their regular work duties, are
required to work with or around machines equipped with guarded machinery,
and can assist employers in meeting the provisions of OSHAs Machinery and
Machine Guarding standard.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 15 minutes

In a perfect world, there would be no workplace accidents. Unfortunately in


the real world injuries, property damage, work disruption and near miss
incidents will happen from time to time. When they do, it is important to have a
procedure in place to determine what happened, how and why it happened,
and how to prevent it from happening again. This course is designed to
provide workers with valuable information about accident and incident
investigations in the oilfield and how they make the workplace safer. When
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 18 minutes

Ladder Safety Oil & Gas Personnel


Ladders are one of the most common and simple tools people use on the job.
Its easy to forget that they can also be extremely dangerous. Each year in the
United States, accidents involving ladders cause approximately 300 deaths
and 130,000 injuries requiring emergency medical attention. This course
should assist learners in recognizing hazards of ladder use, different types of
ladders, and inspection requirements. This course is intended for employees
in the oil and gas industry who use ladders at work on a regular basis, and will
assist employers in meeting OSHA standards on ladder safety. While this
course addresses OSHA training requirements, there may be a site-specific
training component required that must be fulfilled by an employer.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 34 minutes

Lockout/Tagout Awareness for Oil and Gas Personnel


Lockout/tagout is a system that helps ensure workers stay safe while servicing
or repairing equipment by making it physically impossible for that equipment
to run or move. This course will teach employees how lockout/tagout
programs work and the different roles workers must play to make them
successful. Employees will learn to identify the importance of proper
lockout/tagout procedures, what workers are authorized to perform those
procedures, lock and tag systems used for lockout/tagout, and the special
provisions of lockout/tagout programs. This course is designed for all oil and
gas industry workers who will participate in or be affected by lockout/tagout
procedures.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 16 minutes

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NORM Awareness for Upstream Oil and Gas Operations


Radiation exists all around us in many different forms. While naturallyoccurring radioactive material (NORM) is pretty common on oil and gas sites,
its not difficult to stay safe from large quantities of NORM, Learners who
successfully complete this course will have displayed the ability to identify the
general characteristics of radiation and NORM and where it is found on oil and
gas sites and the required and recommended NORM-related protective
measures. This course is designed for all employees working at oil and gas
exploration, production or processing facilities at which naturally-occurring
radioactive material may be present. This course can also help employers
meet OSHA regulations on ionizing regulation.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 15 minutes

Occupational Safety and Health Programs in the Oil and


Gas Industry
Work in the oil and gas industry, especially out in the field can be very
dangerous and injuries are common. According to the Bureau of Labor
Statistics, over 4,000 workers are injured each year during the drilling of oil
and gas wells alone. In order to protect workers and reduce the costs of
accidents, many companies create Occupational Safety and Health programs.
This course will teach employees about OSH programs and how they protect
workers. Employees will learn to identify the impact of injuries and accidents
in the workplace, elements of safety management, types of workplace
analysis, methods to control workplace hazards, and the several types of
employee safety and health training. This course is intended for all employees
in the oil and gas industry. It is designed to assist employers in improving
employee understanding, compliance and participation with regard to OSH
programs and safety initiatives.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 18 minutes

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Oil and Gas

Oil Rig Safety

Personal Protective Equipment for Oil and Gas Personnel

Oil rigs have been around in some form or another for decades, but all of the
various machines and pieces of equipment can be hazardous, particularly to
new rig workers. Learners who successfully complete this course will know
the basic terminology and operations associated with oil rigs. The learner will
recognize the basic function of an oil rig and its major stages of operation, and
recognize the major hazards of working on an oil rig. This course is intended
for all new hires at oil production sites, and can assist the employer in meeting
the OSHAs General Duty Clause. In addition to this course, the employer may
be interested in the other courses in our Oil and Gas Series.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administrations General Duty Clause


requires employers to provide a workplace environment that is free from
hazards that are likely to cause serious injury or death. This includes providing
the training and personal protective equipment to protect employees from
hazards on oil and gas sites. Workers who successfully complete this course
will be able to recognize common hazards on oil and gas sites and identify the
required and recommended personal protective equipment necessary to
mitigate those hazards. This course is meant for all employees working on oil
and gas exploration and extraction sites.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 24 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 26 minutes

Oil Rig Safety - Canada


Oil rigs have been around in some form or another for decades, but all of the
various machines and pieces of equipment can be hazardous, particularly to
new rig workers. Learners who successfully complete this course will know
the basic terminology and operations associated with oil rigs. The learner will
recognize the basic function of an oil rig and its major stages of operation, and
recognize the major hazards of working on an oil rig. This course is intended
for all new hires at Canadian oil production sites. In addition to this course, the
employer may be interested in the other courses in our Oil and Gas Series.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 24 minutes

Portable Fire Extinguisher Techniques on Oil and Gas


Sites
Fires can inspire panic, and reviewing how to use a fire extinguisher
beforehand can save precious seconds that could make all the difference in an
emergency. Employees who successfully complete this course will
demonstrate knowledge of how and when to use different types of portable
fire extinguishers. Employees will learn to recognize when to use a portable
fire extinguisher, the various types of fire extinguishers, and the steps of the
PASS technique. This course is designed for employees in the oil and gas
industry who may use a fire extinguisher, and should assist the employer in
meeting OSHAs standard on portable fire extinguishers.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 12 minutes

Permit-Required Confined Space Entry Supervisor


Respiratory Protection for Oil and Gas Personnel

Confined space work is very hazardous, and proper procedures need to be


followed to ensure worker safety. This course is designed to provide workers
with an awareness of the roles and responsibilities associated with permitrequired confined space entry. In this course, employees will be given
information on the different roles and responsibilities of confined space entry,
the OSHA requirements for confined space entry permits, and the
requirements for atmospheric testing of confined spaces. This course is
primarily designed for workers who will have to perform the role of confined

Oil and gas exploration and production often causes workers to encounter
hazardous atmospheres. Hazardous chemical fumes, low oxygen
environments, and even some types of dust particles can cause injury or
illness to workers. If the atmosphere becomes hazardous to breathe,
employees may require respiratory protection. Learners who successfully
complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of the basics of respiratory
protection and how to use it on the job. Employees will learn about potential
inhalation hazards, the different respirator types and their uses, how to fit test
a respirator mask, and respirator care and maintenance. This course is
designed for employees on oil and gas exploration and production sites who,
during their regular work duties, are required to wear respiratory protection,
and is intended to assist the employer in meeting OSHAs Respiratory
Protection Standard. The course features examples and scenarios unique to
the oil and gas industry. While this course addresses OSHA training
requirements, there may be additional site-specific training components,
hands-on training, and health testing required that must be fulfilled by an
employer.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 18 minutes

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Rigging Safety for Oil & Gas Operations
Rigging in the foundation of many hoisting and lifting operations in the oil and
gas industry, but it does come with some significant hazards, such as tipovers,
contact with electric lines and falling loads. Workers who successfully
complete this course will be able to identify the requirements of a qualified
rigger and operator and the qualifications of each. The learner will also learn
about the different types of cranes and other hoisting equipment and their
functions, how to conduct inspections, how to rig, lift, and land a load, and
occupational hazards in rigging operations and how to avoid them. This
courses references OSHA regulations on rigging and lifting objects.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 37 minutes

Safety and Health Awareness for Oil Spill Cleanup


Workers
Oil spill cleanup is a messy business, but one that can save and revitalize an
areas ecosystem. Learners that complete this course will receive an overview
detailing possible hazards associated with oil spill cleanup work, specifically in
the U.S. Gulf Coast region. This training is based on materials developed by
the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, together with OSHA,
which focus on the necessary hazard awareness and safety training for all oil
spill workers. This course is designed for all individuals who will participate or
are already are participating in oil spill cleanup work, and who will have
minimal contact oil with spill products.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 62 minutes

Oil and Gas


Spill Prevention, Contingency and Countermeasures for
Oil and Gas Operations
Our society largely runs on oil and gas, and its incredibly useful, but
uncontrolled spills can lead to significant environmental damage and heavy
fines to those responsible. Learners who successfully complete this course will
have identified the need for an SPCC plan, its necessary components,
common sources of spills on oil and gas sites and their required and
recommended prevention and remediation measures. This course is meant to
give general guidance to oil and gas industry employees who may be required
to participate in the execution of a site-specific SPCC plan in the workplace.
Employers must give further instruction on site-specific plans and procedures.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes

Spill Response for Oil and Gas Personnel


Oil and gas exploration and production sites carry a risk of causing harm to
public health or the environment in the form of spills and other releases. While
oil and gas companies will have very specific protocol for dealing with
emergency releases, field personnel are often responsible for responding to
smaller, incidental releases. Learners who successfully complete this course
will demonstrate the ability to identify the difference between incidental and
emergency releases, identify recommended release-prevention measures,
and identify proper incident-release response measures. This course is
intended for oil and gas employees that may come across a spill while
working on the job, and can help employers comply with the Oil Pollution Act
and EPA regulations on spill prevention and control.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 17 minutes

Silica Awareness
Silica is a very common ingredient found in all kinds of products. In recent
years, the rising number of silica-related illnesses has caused the
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to pay closer attention
to silica exposure in the workplace. Workers who successfully complete this
course will be able to identify common materials containing crystalline silica,
and the hazards associated with crystalline silica exposure. They will also
demonstrate knowledge of the health effects associated with crystalline silica
exposure, and measures that can be taken to eliminate or minimize crystalline
silica exposure on the job. This course is designed for workers in the oil and
gas, construction and general industries who may, in the course of performing
their duties, come in contact with materials that may contain breathable
crystalline silica particles.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 15 minutes

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Struck By/Caught Between for Well Completion


Oil and gas exploration and production operations are at the core of the oil
and gas industry, but these operations can also be very dangerous. There are
plenty of machines, running motors, swinging parts and other equipment that
can strike, pinch or catch workers, causing severe injury. Workers who
successfully complete this course will be able to identify the struck by/caught
between hazards and controls of well completion, transporting rig and rigging
up, general servicing, special services, and work-over processes. This course
is designed for workers in the oil and gas industry who perform well
completion and servicing on oil and gas sites.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 24 minutes

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Oil and Gas

Oil and Gas

Substance Abuse Training for Supervisors in the Oil and


Gas Industry
Learners who successfully complete this course will be able to recall the U.S.
Department of Transportations requirements for supervisor training under its
drug-free workplace program mandates for safety-sensitive industries, the
physiological effects of alcohol and how they are produced, and general
physiological and behavioral characteristics of alcoholism. The learner will
also be able to identify the five drugs the National Institute on Drug Abuse
requires safety-sensitive drug tests to detect, the basic characteristics and
physiological effects of marijuana, methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin and
phencyclidine. Finally, learners will be able to identify recommended
measures for avoiding legal problems when executing a companys drug-free
workplace program, identify recommended workplace alcohol- and drugabuse documentation, and related intervention measures and strategies. This
course is intended for all supervisors in the oil and gas industry that are
involved with a substance abuse program. This course is intended to assist the
employer in meeting the FMCSA Standard.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 125 minutes

Wildlife Safety for the Oil and Gas Industry

Oil and gas field work often takes place in remote locations, and there is a
good chance that workers may come into contact with wildlife on the job. Wild
animals can attack people, transmit diseases and damage property, so it is
important for workers to know what to do when they encounter wild animals
in the field. This course is designed to teach oil and gas workers how to
identify various types of dangerous and nuisance animals common to North
America, the hazards they present, and the standard precautions to take if
these animals are encountered. This course is intended for all employees who
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 23 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Winter Safety for Oil and Gas Personnel


Jobs in the oil and gas industry often require driving and working outdoors. In
some cases, this means working or driving in extreme temperatures or
conditions. Workers who successfully complete this course will be able to
identify the factors that contribute to heat loss, the adverse effects of cold
stress and how to treat them, preventative measures to avoid cold stress, the
winter-related hazardous road conditions and safe driving practices, and how
to prepare for hazardous driving conditions. This course is intended for oil and
gas workers who are required to work or drive in hazardous winter-weather
conditions.

Used Oil Management

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 21 minutes

Retail and Grocery


Oil is one of the most common chemicals used in both commercial and
consumer machinery. Its absolutely necessary as a lubricant for all types of
engines, and when refined it yields gasoline, which makes those engines run
in the first place. Unfortunately, oil can be hazardous to the environment. One
gallon of oil can contaminate over a million gallons of fresh water. The
negative impact of used oil on our environment is simply too great not to be
taken seriously. This course is designed to provide the learner with skills to
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 12 minutes

Back Injury Prevention in the Retail Industry


Back injuries are one of the most common workplace hazards that retail
workers experience. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
(NIOSH) estimates that back injuries make up nearly twenty percent of all
workplace injuries and costs the nation an estimated twenty to fifty billion
dollars a year. Learners who complete this course will demonstrate
knowledge of the major causes of workplace back injuries and how to prevent
them. Employees will learn about hazards and the three major types of hazard
controls. This course provides ergonomic information to help employers
comply with OSHAs General Duty Clause. This course is designed for retail
employees to help prevent back injuries.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 16 minutes

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Retail and Grocery
Backroom and Stocking Safety in the Retail Industry

Retail and Grocery


Customer Violence in the Retail Environment
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) estimates nearly 2
million workers are involved in a violent incident at work in any given year.
These incidents can range anywhere from verbal abuse to life-threatening
physical attacks. This course is designed to help employees understand how
to identify and respond to the types of violence they might encounter on the
job. After successfully completing this course, the learner should know how to
identify and properly handle shoplifters, robbers, abusive customers, and
other workplace violence risks. This course is designed for all retail and
grocery employees and features examples and scenarios unique to the retail
environment.

Working in the retail industry is generally seen as a very safe occupation with
a low risk of injury. The truth is, however, that work-related injuries and
illnesses are very common among retail workers. In fact, according to the
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health the retail and wholesale
industry has the second-highest rate of nonfatal injuries and illnesses of any
industry sector. Musculoskeletal disorders, falls, cuts, and injuries from
accidents involving vehicles and machinery are all too common in retail and
grocery settings, particularly in the back room, stock room, or loading and

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 18 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 25 minutes

Delivery Driver Safety


Backroom Safety - Supermarket
Supermarkets are generally safe places to work, but unfortunately
musculoskeletal disorders, falls, cuts, and injuries from accidents involving
vehicles and machinery are all too common in grocery settings, particularly in
the back room, stock room, or loading and unloading area. This course is
designed to give the learner an overview of the hazards common to stocking
duties and working in the backroom area of a supermarket. The course also
provides techniques for safe lifting and safe stacking and moving of loads.
This course is designed for all employees working in the back room or
performing stocking duties in a supermarket. This course is presented in
English and Spanish. Employers may also be interested in the following
related courses: Back Injury Prevention for Supermarkets, Ladder Safety in the
Retail Industry, and Backroom and Stocking Safety in the Retail Industry

Delivery drivers have to deal with numerous hazards, including motor vehicle
accidents, ergonomic injuries from lifting and carrying, and robbery-related
violence. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able to
recognize procedures for driving and delivering in a safe and secure manner.
This course is intended for employees who, as part of their regular work
duties, are required to operate a motor vehicle on public roads to deliver
goods or services. Employers may also be interested in these related courses:
Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver, Road Rage, Hazards of Speeding, and
Hazardous Driving Conditions.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 21 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 21 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Bakery and Deli Safety


Bakeries and delis are generally safe places, but they do have some hazards
that may not be immediately apparent to workers. This awareness-level
course is intended to provide employees in supermarket-based bakeries and
delis with an overview of the common hazards associated with the
supermarket working environment and equipment common to the bakery and
deli departments. After successfully completing this course, the learner will
display the ability to identify hazards they are likely to face on the job and the
proper safe work practices for controlling those hazards. This course is
presented in English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 19 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Delivery Driver Safety - Canada


Delivery drivers have to deal with numerous hazards, including motor vehicle
accidents, ergonomic injuries from lifting and carrying, and robbery-related
violence. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able to
recognize procedures for driving and delivering in a safe and secure manner.
This course is intended for Canadian employees who, as part of their regular
work duties, are required to operate a motor vehicle on public roads to deliver
goods or services. Employers may also be interested in these related courses:
Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver, Road Rage, Hazards of Speeding, and
Hazardous Driving Conditions.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 21 minutes

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Retail and Grocery

Retail and Grocery

Delivery Driver Safety - International

Food Safety

Delivery drivers have to deal with numerous hazards, including motor vehicle
accidents, ergonomic injuries from lifting and carrying, and robbery-related
violence. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able to
recognize procedures for driving and delivering in a safe and secure manner.
This course is intended for employees who, as part of their regular work
duties, are required to operate a motor vehicle on public roads to deliver
goods or services. Employers may also be interested in these related courses:
Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver, Road Rage, Hazards of Speeding, and
Hazardous Driving Conditions.

Food. We like it. Smelling it, tasting it, feeling full of it, food is pretty key to our
happiness. But if youve ever had food poisoning, you know that food can
sometimes be very, very bad. In fact, food causes approximately 48 million
illnesses, 128,000 hospitalizations, and 3,000 deaths in the United States
each year. The sad thing is, the vast majority of those illnesses could have
easily been avoided if the people who handled and prepared the food had
followed proper food safety practices. After successfully completing this
course, the learner should be able to recognize the purpose of the FDAs Food
Code and identify the responsibilities of food employees regarding the
prevention of foodborne illness. This course is designed for all employees in
food service establishments and commercial kitchens, with particular
emphasis on those employees designated by the FDAs Food Code as food
employees and conditional employees.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 21 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 34 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Ergonomics in the Retail Industry


Ergonomics is the science of designing and arranging things so that people
can use them easily and safely. Poorly-arranged work areas where people
have to bend or overextend limbs and body parts can result in
musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), which affect 1.8 million U.S. workers every
year. Employees that take this course will learn how to identify ergonomic risk
factors, potential injuries, and methods to minimize or eliminate ergonomic
hazards. This course is geared specifically towards retail and grocery
employees and is designed to help them identify and improve ergonomic
conditions in their workplaces. This course assists employers with compliance
with OSHAs General Duty Clause.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 18 minutes

General Safety - Supermarket


Supermarkets are generally safe places, but they do have some hazards that
may not be immediately apparent to workers. This awareness-level course is
intended to provide employees in supermarkets and grocery stores with an
overview of the common hazards associated with the supermarket working
environment and their recommended safe work practices. After successfully
completing this course, the learner will display the ability to identify proper
procedures for preventing and addressing employee and customer injuries,
and the proper response for emergency situations. This course is presented in
English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 27 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Fire Safety in Retail


Fire emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere, in any industry. Fires are
one of the most common emergencies to contend with in workplaces, and can
be one of the most harmful if not dealt with properly. Fires in retail and
grocery settings can be particularly dangerous because customers and guests
will be unfamiliar with the facilitys fire safety plan. This course should give
employees the knowledge to safely react and respond to a fire emergency in
their workplace. Employees will learn their responsibilities in a fire emergency,
how to identify different alarm signals, evacuation routes and procedures, and
fire extinguisher use. This course is intended for retail and grocery employees
who are required to understand their responsibilities in a fire emergency. This
course assists employers in meeting fire safety standards required by OSHA,
however there may also be a site-specific training component required that
must be fulfilled by an employer.

Ladder Safety in the Retail Industry


Ladders are one of the most common and simple tools people use on the job.
Its easy to forget that they can also be extremely dangerous. Each year in the
United States, accidents involving ladders cause approximately 300 deaths
and 130,000 injuries requiring emergency medical attention. This course
should assist learners in recognizing hazards of ladder use, different types of
ladders, and inspection requirements. This course is intended for employees
in the retail and grocery industry who use ladders at work on a regular basis,
and will assist employers in meeting OSHA standards on ladder safety. While
this course addresses OSHA training requirements, there may be a sitespecific training component required that must be fulfilled by an employer.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 31 minutes

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Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 18 minutes

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Industry
Retail and Grocery
Loss Prevention in Retail Sales

Retail and Grocery


Meat Market Safety
Meat markets and butcher shops can be hazardous places to work. This
awareness-level course is intended to provide employees in supermarketbased meat markets and butcher counters with an overview of the common
hazards associated with the supermarket working environment and
equipment used for cutting and processing meat. After successfully
completing this course, the learner will display the ability to identify hazards
they are likely to face on the job and the proper safe work practices for using
knives, slicers, grinders, and other cutting and processing equipment. This
course is designed for all employees working in supermarket-based meat
markets. This course is presented in English and Spanish.

Theft and other forms of shrinkage are a major problem for the retail industry,
costing American businesses over $30 billion every year. Loss prevention is an
important aspect of working in a retail or grocery setting, so it is important for
employees to understand the goals of loss prevention and their role in the
stores loss prevention program. When this course is complete, the learner
should be able to recognize common types of internal and external theft and
appropriate responses. This course is designed for retail and grocery
employees and features scenarios and examples relevant to the retail
industry.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 16 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Pallet Jack Safety

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 17 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Lost Child/Code Adam

Pallet jacks are common in retail stores, warehouses, and many other
facilities. These devices make it faster and easier to move things around the
store, increasing efficiency and helping to prevent lifting-related injuries.
Unfortunately, pallet jacks present their own hazards that can cause serious
injuries and significant property damage if used incorrectly. This course is
designed to provide the learner with the knowledge and skills needed to get
started as a safe, effective pallet jack operator. Learners who successfully
complete this course will display the ability to recognize standard pallet jack
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes

Lost children are a common occurrence in stores, entertainment centers,


amusement parks, hospitals, museums, and many other spaces frequented by
children and their families. Lost children can injure themselves, damage
equipment and merchandise, or even be abducted or abused. The most
important things in a lost child situation are to have a plan in place, and to be
sure all employees understand their role and are ready to spring into action
quickly when a child is reported missing. Code Adam is a simple, standardized
set of procedures for locating a child in a missing place that is used by over
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 23 minutes

Parking Lot Safety


A parking lot is the first thing that customers see, making it a very important
part of a good first impression. Parking lots can also present a number of
hazards to pedestrians and vehicles. Keeping lots clean and well maintained,
and ensuring employees are trained to deal with common hazards, is an
important part of ensuring customers and employees are safe and happy.
When this course is over, the learner should be able to identify best practices
for parking lot maintenance and security, and appropriate responses to severe
weather, accidents, and other outdoor incidents. This course was designed for
employees in the retail industry and features examples and scenarios
appropriate for the retail setting. It would also be appropriate for workers in
hospitality, food service, and other facilities visited by the public.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 16 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Retail and Grocery

Retail and Grocery

Safe Housekeeping for Retail Workers

Slips, Trips and Falls in Retail Sales

Housekeeping is an important part of working in a retail environment. A


cluttered, dirty store can have a negative impact on customer impressions of a
store as well as employee morale. Injuries are also more common in stores
that arent properly cleaned maintained. Having a neat and well-maintained
store is important to keeping customers and employees safe. Workers who
successfully complete this course should be able to identify ergonomic
hazards, slip, trip and fall hazards and chemical hazards that are common in
the retail industry. This course is specifically designed for workers in the retail
industry and contains examples and scenarios relevant to the retail
environment.

Slips, trips and falls area major source of injury in U.S. workplaces. According
to the Department of Labor, slips, trips and falls are the most common type of
accident in the workplace and are responsible for around 25% of all reported
injuries. These injuries arent always minor either; slips, trips and falls are the
second leading cause of accidental death in the workplace. This course will
teach employees about slip, trip and fall hazards and what they can do to
minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn to identify general
OSHA safety requirements, guarding for floor and wall openings, issues with
stairways, ladder, scaffolds, loading docks and how personal behavior affects
safety. This course is specifically designed for workers in the retail industry
and contains examples and scenarios relevant to the retail environment. This
course is intended to assist the employer in meeting the requirements of
OSHAs standards for walking and working surfaces.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 16 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 12 minutes

Safe Lifting Basics - Supermarket


Back injuries are one of the most common workplace injuries. The National
Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, or NIOSH, estimates back injuries
make up almost twenty percent of all workplace injuries and costs as much as
fifty billion dollars a year. This course is designed to give supermarket
employees the knowledge and skills they need to avoid back injuries while
lifting and moving products and equipment on the job. When this course is
over, the learner should be able to identify the causes and consequences of
back injuries, as well as proper lifting technique. This course is designed for
supermarket workers and contains scenarios and examples unique to that
setting. This course is presented in English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 14 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Trash Disposal in Retail Operations


Lets face it. People produce a lot of trash. Retail operations use and throw
away thousands of tons of material every day. In addition to the environmental
impact of all that trash, some waste products can be hazardous and have to
be handled properly in order to avoid harming sanitation workers or polluting
the environment. Equipment such as trash compactors and cardboard balers
can also pose hazards to workers. This course is designed for retail and
grocery employees who will be responsible for collecting, sorting, or disposing
of trash and recycling, and features examples and scenarios tailored to the
retail industry. During the course, employees will get an overview of the
different types of municipal solid waste typically generated by retail and
grocery operations, and the laws regarding collection and disposal of those
wastes. The course will also discuss appropriate safety procedures for
processing and handling waste. This course focuses on typical retail waste
streams. Employers who generate hazardous wastes may also be interested in
our Hazardous Waste Awareness course.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 17 minutes

Utilities and Municipalities

Slips, Trips and Falls - Supermarket


Slips, trips and falls area major source of injury in U.S. workplaces. According
to the Department of Labor, slips, trips and falls are the most common type of
accident in the workplace and are responsible for around 25% of all reported
injuries. These injuries arent always minor either; slips, trips and falls are the
second leading cause of accidental death in the workplace. This course will
teach employees about slip, trip and fall hazards and what they can do to
minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn to identify general
OSHA safety requirements, guarding for floor and wall openings, issues with
stairways, ladder, scaffolds, loading docks and how personal behavior affects
safety. This course is specifically designed for supermarket employees and
contains examples and scenarios relevant to the grocery environment. This
course is intended to assist the employer in meeting the requirements of
OSHAs standards for walking and working surfaces. This course is presented
in English and Spanish.

Animal Control Safety


Working in animal control or at an animal shelter can be unpredictable. There
are certain hazards that come with the job. You may have to capture and
impound different kinds of wild or aggressive animals. There is also a hazard
from biting insects, which can transmit diseases or parasites. Sometimes
angry pet owners can be a nuisance, or even a danger. Workers who
successfully complete this course will know the common hazards of animal
control work and how to protect against them. Learners will be able to identify
physical and health hazards associated with animal control and their
protective measures. This course is intended for municipal animal control
workers and managers.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 14 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 12 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Utilities and Municipalities
Animal Control Worker Safety, Basic - International

Utilities and Municipalities


Lost Child/Code Adam

Working in animal control or at an animal shelter can be unpredictable. There


are certain hazards that come with the job. You may have to capture and
impound different kinds of wild or aggressive animals. There is also a hazard
from biting insects, which can transmit diseases or parasites. Sometimes
angry pet owners can be a nuisance, or even a danger. Workers who
successfully complete this course will know the common hazards of animal
control work and how to protect against them. Learners will be able to identify
physical and health hazards associated with animal control and their
protective measures. This course is intended for municipal animal control
workers and managers.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 14 minutes

Lost children are a common occurrence in stores, entertainment centers,


amusement parks, hospitals, museums, and many other spaces frequented by
children and their families. Lost children can injure themselves, damage
equipment and merchandise, or even be abducted or abused. The most
important things in a lost child situation are to have a plan in place, and to be
sure all employees understand their role and are ready to spring into action
quickly when a child is reported missing. Code Adam is a simple, standardized
set of procedures for locating a child in a missing place that is used by over
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 23 minutes

Groundskeeping, Landscaping and Golf Course


Maintenance Safety

Municipal Employee Safety


Working for a municipality carries many of the same hazards that any other job
comes with. Every city or town has needs for garbage collection, sewage and
waste water treatment, animal control, street maintenance and landscaping
maintenance. Municipal employees may have to do any of these types of
work, and contend with hazards like infectious waste, rabid animals,
dangerous traffic, or heavy equipment and tools. Learners who successfully
complete this course will be able to identify hazards common to municipality
work and their recommended safe work practices. This course is intended for
all workers employed by municipalities of any size.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 10 minutes

Groundskeeping, landscaping and golf course maintenance duties involve a


number of hazards that workers may not be aware of. According to the U.S.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, approximately 190 grounds maintenance workers
are killed and more than 15,000 are injured each year, a rate much higher
than other industries. During this course, learners will receive an overview of
the physical, chemical, and wildlife hazards associated with landscaping and
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes

Park and Landscape Maintenance Safety


Landscaping maintenance workers are at risk from a wide range of physical
and exposure hazards, such as chemicals, noise, machinery, lifting, weather
and construction-related hazards. The Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA) has determined that landscaping is one of seven
industries with high injury and illness rates. Workers who successfully
complete this course will know the common hazards associated with
municipal park and landscaping work and how to protect against them.
Learners will be able to identify the physical and health hazards associated
with park and landscaping work and their preventative measures. This course
is intended for municipal park and landscaping workers and managers.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 13 minutes

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Industry
Utilities and Municipalities

Utilities and Municipalities

Park and Landscaping Safety, Basic - International


Landscaping maintenance workers are at risk from a wide range of physical
and exposure hazards, such as chemicals, noise, machinery, lifting, weather
and construction-related hazards. The Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA) has determined that landscaping is one of seven
industries with high injury and illness rates. Workers who successfully
complete this course will know the common hazards associated with
municipal park and landscaping work and how to protect against them.
Learners will be able to identify the physical and health hazards associated
with park and landscaping work and their preventative measures. This course
is intended for municipal park and landscaping workers and managers.

Sewage, Waste Water and Water Line Safety, Basic International


An important job for any municipality is providing clean water and disposing of
waste water for its citizens. This job is essential, but by nature, it carries
certain hazards. Most of these hazards come from being exposed to bacteria
and other infectious agents contained in sewage and waste water. Workers
who successfully complete this course will know the major hazards of sewage,
waste water and water line maintenance. Learners will be able to identify the
major physical and exposure hazards of sewage, waste water and water line
maintenance and their preventative measures. This course is intended for
municipal sewage and water line maintenance workers and managers.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 13 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 11 minutes

Safe Pool Operation

Street Maintenance Safety, Basic - International

Pools, hot tubs, splash pads and other water features are a big draw for hotels
and recreational facilities. Swimming is a lot of fun, but public pools can
present serious health risks to guests and employees if they are not properly
designed and maintained, and if safety rules are not carefully followed.
Ensuring a safe and healthy pool environment requires that all employees who
work in and around the pool area understand the basics of pool hygiene and
safety, and how to protect themselves and others from harm. This course will
provide learners with information about the chemical hazards, physical

Street maintenance covers a lot of different job activities: maintaining street


signs, cleaning city streets and storm drains, and repairing streets and
sidewalks. All of these activities include their own types of hazards. Traffic can
be especially dangerous, because it is difficult to predict what drivers will do.
Workers who successfully complete this course will know about the major
hazards associated with street maintenance and how to protect against them.
Learners should be able to identify the physical and health hazards associated
with municipal street maintenance work and their preventative measures. This
course is intended for municipal street maintenance workers.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 12 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 31 minutes

Sewage, Waste Water and Water Line Maintenance

Street Maintenance Worker Safety

An important job for any municipality is providing clean water and disposing of
waste water for its citizens. This job is essential, but by nature, it carries
certain hazards. Most of these hazards come from being exposed to bacteria
and other infectious agents contained in sewage and waste water. Workers
who successfully complete this course will know the major hazards of sewage,
waste water and water line maintenance. Learners will be able to identify the
major physical and exposure hazards of sewage, waste water and water line
maintenance and their preventative measures. This course is intended for
municipal sewage and water line maintenance workers and managers.

Street maintenance covers a lot of different job activities: maintaining street


signs, cleaning city streets and storm drains, and repairing streets and
sidewalks. All of these activities include their own types of hazards. Traffic can
be especially dangerous, because it is difficult to predict what drivers will do.
Workers who successfully complete this course will know about the major
hazards associated with street maintenance and how to protect against them.
Learners should be able to identify the physical and health hazards associated
with municipal street maintenance work and their preventative measures. This
course is intended for municipal street maintenance workers.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 11 minutes

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Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 12 minutes

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Utilities and Municipalities

Utilities and Municipalities

Waste Collectors Safety

Waste Collectors Safety, Basic - International

Waste collection has historically been a dangerous job. The overall safety of
the job has improved in the last ten to fifteen years as more trucks have been
equipped with mechanical collection arms that minimize the collectors
exposure to physical hazards outside the truck. Even so, waste collection still
carries a number of hazards which training in safe work practices can
minimize. Workers who successfully complete this course will know about the
major physical and exposure hazards associated with municipal waste
collection. Learners will be able to identify the physical and health hazards of
waste collection and their preventative measures, and identify safe driving
practices required during municipal waste collection. This course is intended
for municipal waste collectors and managers.

Waste collection has historically been a dangerous job. The overall safety of
the job has improved in the last ten to fifteen years as more trucks have been
equipped with mechanical collection arms that minimize the collectors
exposure to physical hazards outside the truck. Even so, waste collection still
carries a number of hazards which training in safe work practices can
minimize. Workers who successfully complete this course will know about the
major physical and exposure hazards associated with municipal waste
collection. Learners will be able to identify the physical and health hazards of
waste collection and their preventative measures, and identify safe driving
practices required during municipal waste collection. This course is intended
for municipal waste collectors and managers.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 13 minutes

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Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 13 minutes

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California

California

Basic First Aid - Cal/OSHA

Electrical Safety - Cal/OSHA

There may be a situation that arises at work where a coworker is injured and
needs immediate medical help. In California, if there is no hospital or health
clinic near your workplace, there must be a person who is properly trained to
render first aid. This course will teach employees the basics of first aid
procedures and how to apply them to real-world scenarios. Employees will
learn their legal responsibilities as a first aid provider, how to identify different
types of medical emergencies and the proper steps to take, and how to react
in specific environmental conditions like extreme heat and cold.

Electricity is accepted as a source of power without much thought given to its


potential hazards. Some employees work with electricity directly, but some
work with it indirectly. This course gives learners information about hazards
associated with electrical equipment in the workplace and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to recognize the dangers of
electricity, possible electrical injuries, and how to use standard hazard
controls. This course is geared towards California employees who work
regularly with electrical equipment, including equipment maintenance and
repair. Employers can use this course to help meet the requirements of
Cal/OSHA and Federal OSHA standards.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 35 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 23 minutes

Bloodborne Pathogens - Cal/OSHA

Fall Protection Awareness - Cal/OSHA

Exposure to substances that could contain infectious agents is a common


worker hazard in the United States and abroad. Healthcare workers such as
physicians, nurses and technicians are commonly thought of as being at-risk;
however, building maintenance workers, social workers, food service and
housekeeping workers, childcare workers and teachers, administrative
personnel, and many other job types may also be at risk for exposure. The
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the California
Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA), recognize that many
employees come in contact with human blood or other potentially infectious
materials during daily duties and thus are potentially exposed to this
occupational hazard. Cal/OSHAs bloodborne pathogen standard has served
as the basis for implementing policies and practices to minimize workers risk
of exposure to BBP's, specifically to the Hepatitis B virus (HBV), the Hepatitis C
virus (HCV) and the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). This course will
teach employees about the hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the
workplace and the basic controls required under Cal/OSHAs bloodborne
pathogen standard. This course will teach employees about the hazards of
bloodborne pathogens in the workplace. Employees will learn how to identify
major bloodborne diseases and symptoms, how pathogens are transmitted
and the basics of exposure prevention and incident response and cleanup.

Falling is consistently one of the most common causes of workplace fatalities.


Falls from as little as 4 to 6 feet can cause serious injuries, sometimes death.
There are many different types of work and many different types of fall
hazards. This course will teach employees the importance and practice of
consistent fall protection. Employees will learn about fall hazards, how to
identify fall protection methods and various safe work practices. This course is
intended for employees in California who, during their regular job duties, work
at heights requiring fall protection. This course provides information to aid the
employer in meeting the training requirements of 8 CCR Section 3210, 8 CCR
Section 3622, and 29 CFR 1926.502. Hands-on training for personal fall arrest
systems will need to be provided by employers.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes

Fire Safety - Cal/OSHA

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 40 minutes

Compressed Gases Awareness - Cal/OSHA


Compressed gas cylinders are designed to hold gases under extremely high
pressures in a relatively small container. But this convenience also presents
physical, explosive, toxic, corrosive and cryogenic dangers. This course should
help employees learn how to identify the hazards of compressed gases and
compressed gas cylinders, labeling and storage requirements for cylinders,
and how to implement safe work practices. This course is intended for
employees in California who use or work near compressed gases on a regular
basis, and is designed to help employers meet the requirements of OSHA and
Cal/OSHAs compressed gas standards.

Fire emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere, in any industry. Fires are
one of the most common emergencies to contend with in workplaces, and can
be one of the most harmful if not dealt with properly. This course should give
employees the knowledge to safely react and respond to a fire emergency in
their workplace. California employees will learn their responsibilities in a fire
emergency, how to identify different alarm signals, evacuation routes and
procedures, and fire extinguisher use. This course is intended for general-

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 16 minutes

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Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 22 minutes

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California

California

Forklift Operator Training - Fundamentals - Cal/OSHA

Industrial Ergonomics - Cal/OSHA

Forklifts are commonplace in many Californian workplaces, and many may


think driving a forklift is just like driving a car. Unfortunately, forklift accidents
are common, including collisions, pinches, roll-overs, and accidents involving
loads or even pedestrians. However, proper training in operation and safe
work practices can avoid most accidents. This course informs employees
about a forklifts instruments and controls, common hazards associated with
forklift operation and Cal/OSHA-required safe work practices for forklift
operation. This course is designed for Californian employees who are required
to drive a forklift or other powered industrial truck as part of their normal job
duties, and helps employers cover OSHA and Cal/OSHAs classroom training
requirements for operating forklifts. Employees will also require in-person
training from their employer before being authorized to operate a forklift.

Ergonomics is the science of designing and arranging things so that people


can use them easily and safely. Poorly-arranged work areas where people
have to bend or overextend limbs and body parts can result in
musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), which affect 1.8 million U.S. workers every
year. Employees that take this course will learn how to identify ergonomic risk
factors, potential injuries, and methods to minimize or eliminate ergonomic
hazards. This course is geared specifically towards California-based generalindustry employees to help them identify and improve ergonomic conditions in
their workplaces. This course assists California employers in meeting OSHA
and Cal/OSHA ergonomic standards.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 24 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 18 minutes

Hand and Power Tool Safety - Cal/OSHA

Ladder Safety - Cal/OSHA

Tools are such a common part of our lives that its difficult to remember that
they may pose potential hazards to our safety. This course will teach
employees the importance of hand and power tool safety and how to achieve
it. Employees who successfully complete this course should learn the common
hazards of different types of hand and power tools, including electrical,
pneumatic, hydraulic and abrasive-wheel tools and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. This course is intended for California employees who,
as part of their regular work duties, are required to use or work around hand
and power tools. This course is provided to assist the employer in meeting the
requirements of Cal/OSHA Standard 8 CCR Section 3556 and OSHA Standards
29 CFR 1910.241244. While this course addresses OSHA and Cal/OSHA
training requirements, there may be a site-specific training component
required that must be fulfilled by an employer.

Ladders are one of the most common and simple tools people use on the job.
Its easy to forget that they can be extremely dangerous. Each year in the
United States, accidents involving ladders cause approximately 300 deaths
and 130,000 injuries requiring emergency medical attention. This course
should assist learners in recognizing hazards of ladder use, different types of
ladders, inspection requirement. This course is intended for employees in
California who use ladders at work on a regular basis, and will assist
employers in meeting Cal/OSHA and OSHA standards on ladder safety.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 24 minutes

Hot Work/Arc Welding - Cal/OSHA


Arc welding is an important, but dangerous task. Workers can easily burn their
eyes and body, breathe in toxic fumes or damage their hearing. This course
should help employees identify hazards associated with arc welding and hot
work and how to protect themselves. Employees will also receive information
about burns, fumes and gases, electric shock, fire and noise hazards. This
course is intended for employees in California who perform hot work,
including welding, brazing and torch cutting, as part of their regular work
duties. This course is provided to assist the employer in meeting the
requirements of Cal/OSHA Standards 8 CCR Sec. 4851 and 5150.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 22 minutes

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Sexual Harassment and Discrimination in California for


Employees
Sexual harassment and discrimination are concerns for every business that
has more than one employee. When sexual harassment or discrimination
occurs in the workplace, it can create many problems for the victim, coworkers, and the company. This course will teach employees about sexual
harassment and discrimination and what to do if they become a victim.
Employees will learn to identify the three major types of sexual harassment
and what constitutes discrimination, and the proper procedures for reporting a
sexual harassment or discrimination incident. This course is intended for all
employees in California in any industry, and will help employers comply with
U.S. and Californian anti-discrimination laws.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 25 minutes

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Canada

Sexual Harassment Prevention for Managers in California


(AB1825)

Bloodborne Pathogens - Canada

Sexual harassment is a concern for every business that has more than one
employee. When sexual harassment does occur in the workplace, it can create
many problems for the victim, co-workers, and the company, including a drop
in morale, a loss in productivity, legal action, and a damaged reputation for
the company. This course will teach employees about sexual harassment and
what to do if they or one of their employees become a victim. Employees will
learn to identify the three major types of sexual harassment, and the proper
procedures for reporting a sexual harassment incident. This course is
designed for all supervisory personnel in the state of California working for
companies employing more than 50 people, and contains several scenarios
and meets Californias AB 1825 requirement for a two-hour runtime.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 124 minutes

Exposure to substances that could contain infectious agents is a common


worker hazard. Healthcare workers such as physicians, nurses and technicians
are commonly thought of as being at-risk; however, building maintenance
workers, social workers, food service and housekeeping workers, childcare
workers and teachers, administrative personnel, and many other job types
may also be at risk for exposure. This course will teach employees about the
hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the workplace and the basic controls

Canada
Back Injury Prevention - Canada
Back injuries are some of the most common workplace injuries, and are
common when lifting, lowering, carrying, pushing or pulling loads, or when
working in awkward positions. Learners who complete this course will
demonstrate knowledge of the major causes of workplace back injuries and
how to prevent them. Employees will learn about hazards and the three major
types of hazard controls. This course provides ergonomic information to help
employers comply with OHS requirements under provincial, territorial and
federal laws. This course is intended for general industry employees in
Canada who, during their regular work duties, are required to lift and carry
materials.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 13 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 40 minutes

Chemical Safety - Canada


There are nearly six hundred and fifty thousand chemical products available
today, and hundreds more introduced every year. Employees who take this
course will learn how to identify hazards associated with different chemicals,
how to identify those hazards based on container labeling, how to properly
use personal protective equipment, and safe storage and cleanup procedures.
This course is intended for general-industry employees in Canada who work
with or around hazardous chemicals on a regular basis. It will also aid
employers in meeting WHMIS, PPE and other OHS standards.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 22 minutes

Basic First Aid - Canada


Emergencies can happen any time, any place. In any industry, on any given
day, there could be a situation that arises at work where a coworker is injured
and needs immediate medical help. When this happens, it is essential that
employees know how to respond appropriately, render aid, and obtain higher
levels of care. This course will teach employees the basics of first aid
procedures and how to apply them to real-world scenarios. Employees will
learn their legal responsibilities as a first aid provider, how to identify different
types of medical emergencies and the proper steps to take, and how to react
in specific environmental conditions like extreme heat and cold. This
awareness-level course is intended for Canadian general-industry and office
employees who, during the course of their usual work routine, may be
required to provide basic medical aid to co-workers or others. This course is
intended to assist the employer in meeting OHS requirements.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 32 minutes

Cold Stress in the Workplace - Canada


When the bodys temperature drops below 98.6F, the blood vessels constrict
to keep the warm blood near the bodys core and vital organs to protect them.
In doing this, the blood flow to the arms and legs decrease and those parts of
the body become vulnerable to frostbite or hypothermia. This course will teach
employees about the hazards of working in cold temperatures and how to
minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to anticipate
and identify the effects of cold stress and methods used to prevent it. This
course is intended for general industry employees in Canada who, as part of
their regular work duties, will be subject to cold weather conditions for
significant periods of time.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 19 minutes

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Confined Space Awareness - Canada

Discrimination in the Workplace for Managers - Canada

Confined spaces are some of the most hazardous work environments. This
course will teach employees the hazards and safety precautions associated
with confined spaces. Employees will learn how to identify confined spaces,
their hazards, methods used to control those hazards and the regulations
regarding `permit-required' confined spaces. This course is intended for
general industry employees in Canada who are required to work in or around
areas defined as confined spaces. Workplace specific information and hands
on training requirements will be needed in addition to this course. In addition
to this course, the employer may also need to provide courses covering Hot
Work and Respiratory Protection to meet other OHS training requirements.

Learners who successfully complete this course will display the ability to
identify the legal issues associated with discrimination in the workplace and
how to minimize or eliminate a companys chances of unfavorable legal
action. Managers will learn how to identify what workplace discrimination is
and how it occurs, how to identify protected class categories, how to
recognize workplace aspects of discrimination, and recognize that employers
have certain legal responsibilities to prevent and react to incidents of
discrimination in the workplace. This course is intended for managers and
human resources officers in Canada in all industries, and will assist employers
in complying with Canadian anti-discrimination laws.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 23 minutes

Construction Safety - Canada


Construction is a hard job, and the potential for accidents and serious injuries
doesnt make it any easier. Ensuring that workers are able to recognize and
guard against hazards can help prevent a lot of accidents, though. This course
will teach employees the basics of staying safe on construction sites.
Employees will learn how to recognize common construction site hazards, the
use and importance of personal protective equipment, and how to identify
safe housekeeping practices. This course is intended for construction
employees in Canada who are new to the construction industry, and will give
them the basic knowledge they need to start work on a construction site. This
course can assist Canadian employers in meeting Construction safety
requirements of provincial, territorial and federal OHS laws.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 17 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 20 minutes

Distracted Driver - Canada


Most people understand that distracted driving is a bad thing, but nearly
everyone does it in some form or another. Almost 20% of vehicle crashes
occur as a result of a distracted driver. Learners that successfully complete
this course will be able to identify the common causes of hazardous driver
distractions and methods for minimizing or eliminating them. This course is
intended for employees in Canada who, as part of their regular work duties,
are required to operate a motor vehicle on public roads. Employers may also
be interested in these related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Road Rage,
Hazards of Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous Driving
Conditions.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 22 minutes

Driver Safety - Canada


Delivery Driver Safety - Canada
Delivery drivers have to deal with numerous hazards, including motor vehicle
accidents, ergonomic injuries from lifting and carrying, and robbery-related
violence. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able to
recognize procedures for driving and delivering in a safe and secure manner.
This course is intended for Canadian employees who, as part of their regular
work duties, are required to operate a motor vehicle on public roads to deliver
goods or services. Employers may also be interested in these related courses:
Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver, Road Rage, Hazards of Speeding, and
Hazardous Driving Conditions.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 21 minutes

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For most people, driving is a necessary part of daily life. Its even a job for
some people. However, injuries and deaths on the road are still far too
common. This course will teach employees who drive on company business
safe driving habits and defensive driving methods. Employees that
successfully complete this course will learn how to recognize accident
prevention and safe driving habits, identify different road hazards, and
recognize hazardous driving behavior in themselves and others. This course is
intended for general industry employees in Canada who, in the course of
regular work duties, are required to operate a motor vehicle on public roads.
Employers may also be interested in these related courses: Distracted Driver,
Road Rage, Hazards of Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous
Driving Conditions.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 20 minutes

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Canada

Drug Free Workplace - Canada

Emergency Response - Canada

The term drug abuse often conjures-up images of junkies lurking in back
alleys and crack houses, but most drug users are actively employed.
Substance abuse is a problem that can seriously affect the safety of all
employees in the workplace. This course will teach employees about the
importance of keeping drugs out of the workplace and what they can do to
help. Employees will learn about the impact of drug and alcohol abuse in the
workplace, how to identify the elements of a drug-free workplace program
and the signs and symptoms of drug and alcohol abuse. This course is
intended for employees in Canada in all industries.

Unexpected emergencies can happen anytime, anyplace. While we can't


control when and where life-threatening emergencies happen, being prepared
can minimize property damage and will greatly reduce the chances of serious
injuries or death. This course will teach the average employee the basics of
what they should do in case of an emergency in the workplace. Employees will
learn how to identify the importance of a well-defined emergency response
plan and reporting emergencies, the components of an evacuation, and
identify emergency response actions. This course is intended for all Canadian
general industry and office employees, and assists employers in complying
with OHS requirements for emergency action plans.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 23 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 18 minutes

Excavation and Trenching - Canada

Electrical Safety - Arc Flash - Canada


Arc flash can happen instantly wherever theres electricity, and can cause
severe injury or death. Learners that complete this course should be able to
identify the conditions and hazards associated with arc flashes, and the safe
work practices and personal protective equipment used to protect from arc
flash. This course is geared towards qualified or unqualified workers who
need training on arc flash, and will help employers meet OSH training
requirements. While this course also satisfies the NFPAs 70E general training
requirement in regards to Arc Flash for qualified workers, it may not satisfy
any site/equipment-specific required training. It will fully meet training
requirements for unqualified workers.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 14 minutes

Many projects, both in construction and general industry, require trenches and
excavations. For example, new buildings need water, gas and electrical supply
lines, which are usually buried under our roads, yards and fields. Learners who
complete this course will know how to recognize the potential hazards of
working in or around trenches and excavations, and the legally required
protective measures they must employ on the job. This course is intended for
general-industry and construction employees who, during their regular work
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 18 minutes

Electrical Safety - Canada

Fall Protection - Canada

Electricity is accepted as a source of power without much thought to its


hazards, but its one of the deadliest hazards in the workplace. Employees
who take this course will learn how to recognize the dangers of electricity,
possible electrical injuries, and how to use standard hazard controls. This
course is aimed at Canadian employees who work regularly with electrical
equipment, including equipment maintenance and repair, and can assist the
employer in meeting the requirements of its respective provincial, territorial
and/or federal Occupational Health and Safety regulations. This course does
not qualify an "unqualified" worker.

Falling is consistently one of the most common causes of workplace fatalities.


Falls from as little as 4 to 6 feet can cause serious injuries, sometimes death.
There are many different types of work and many different types of fall
hazards. This course will teach employees the importance and practice of
consistent fall protection. Employees will learn about fall hazards, how to
identify fall protection methods and various safe work practices. This course is
intended for employees in Canada who, during their regular job duties, work
at heights requiring fall protection. This course will assist employers with
meeting provincial, territorial and federal OHS requirements.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 19 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 19 minutes

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Canada

Fire Safety - Canadian

Hand and Power Tool Safety - Canada

Fire emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere, in any industry. Fires are
one of the most common emergencies to contend with in workplaces, and can
be one of the most harmful if not dealt with properly. This course should give
employees the knowledge to safely react and respond to a fire emergency in
their workplace. Employees will learn their responsibilities in a fire emergency,
how to identify different alarm signals, evacuation routes and procedures, and
fire extinguisher use. This course is intended for all workers employed in
Canada. This course assists employers in meeting fire safety requirements
contained in provincial, territorial and federal OHS standards.

Tools are such a common part of our lives that its difficult to remember that
they may pose potential hazards to our safety. This course will teach
employees the importance of hand and power tool safety and how to achieve
it. Employees who successfully complete this course should learn the common
hazards of different types of hand and power tools, including electrical,
pneumatic, hydraulic and abrasive-wheel tools and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. This course is intended for general industry
employees in Canada who, as part of their regular work duties, are required to
use or work around hand and power tools. This course is provided to assist
the employer in meeting the requirements of OHS laws.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 20 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 24 minutes

Forklift Operator Training - Fundamentals - Canada


Forklifts are very useful tools in many different industries. They are so
common that many people think theyre easy to drive, and dont require much
training to operate. However, forklift injuries are common, such as collisions,
pinches, roll-overs, and accidents involving loads. This course is intended for
Canadian workers who, in the course of their regular work duties, are required
to operate a forklift or other powered industrial truck. Learners that
successfully complete this course will display the ability to recognize the
forklift's instruments and controls, common hazards associated with forklift
operation and OHS-required safe work practices for forklift operation.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 24 minutes

H2S Safety Procedures for Drilling and Production


Operations - Canada
Hydrogen sulfide gas is a common hazard in the oil and gas industry.
Employees who successfully complete this course will demonstrate
knowledge of the sources of hydrogen sulfide, its physical and chemical
properties and effects on the body, hydrogen sulfide exposure controls and
exposure response. This course is designed for oil and gas industry
employees in Canada who, during their regular work duties, may come in
contact with hydrogen sulfide gas, and can help Canadian employers meet
hydrogen sulfide safety requirements contained in provincial, territorial and
federal OHS laws. In addition to this course, employers may be interested in
other courses in our Oil and Gas Series.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 19 minutes

Halloween Safety Tips - Canada


Halloween is a fun time for hanging out with family decorating the house,
carving pumpkins, and enjoying cookies, candied apples and other snacks.
For kids, its also a time to dress up and go trick-or-treating. Trick-or-treating is
fun and generally safe, but it can still present some safety risks. There are
some basic things that families can do to keep their children safe. Learners
who complete this course should be able to identify common hazards
associated with Halloween and their recommended preventive measures.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 8 minutes

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Hazardous Driving Conditions - Canada


Driving can be dangerous any time, but hazardous road and weather
conditions can greatly increase the chances of accidents. Statistically, driving
accidents occur at highly elevated rates during hazardous weather conditions,
such as snow, sleet, ice, rain and fog. Learners who successfully complete this
course should be able to identify hazardous driving conditions and methods
for eliminating, minimizing or avoiding those hazards. This course is meant for
employees in Canada who, as part of their regular job duties, are required to
operate a motor vehicle on public roads. Employers may also be interested in
these related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver, Road Rage,
Hazards of Speeding, and Delivery Driver Safety.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 17 minutes

Hazards of Speeding - Canada


Someone dies in a motor vehicle accident about once every twelve minutes. It
is estimated that speeding is a factor in over 30 percent of those traffic
fatalities, which translates to 10,000 -13,000 deaths a year. Learners that
successfully complete this course will demonstrate the ability to recognize
speeding hazards and identify strategies to minimize, eliminate or avoid them.
This course is designed for employees in Canada in all industries who, during
the course of their regular job duties, will operate a motor vehicle on public
roadways. Employers may also be interested in these related courses: Basic
Driver Safety, Distracted Driver, Road Rage, Delivery Driver Safety, and
Hazardous Driving Conditions.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 11 minutes

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Canada

Hearing Conservation - Canada

Incident Investigation - Canada

Hearing loss is a major hazard in many workplaces. Once a person's hearing is


permanently lost, it cannot be regained and relying on hearing aids may be
the only option. This course will teach employees about noise levels, hearing
hazards and OHS standards on how to prevent hearing loss. Employees who
successfully complete this course will learn how to define noise and noise
levels, hearing loss, and recognize different types of hearing protection. This
course is intended for general industry employees in Canada who, during the
course of their regular work duties, may come in contact with noise levels high
enough to cause hearing impairment.

In a perfect world, there would be no workplace accidents. Unfortunately in


the real world injuries, property damage, work disruption and near miss
incidents will happen from time to time. When they do, it is important to have a
procedure in place to determine what happened, how and why it happened,
and how to prevent it from happening again. This course is designed to
provide workers with valuable information about accident and incident
investigations and how they make the workplace safer. When this course is
over the learner should have demonstrated the ability to recognize the goal of
an in-house incident investigation, and identify circumstances that warrant an
investigation and the proper procedure for conducting or participating in an
incident investigation. This awareness-level course is designed for all
employees in Canada working in facilities that have an incident investigation
program.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 20 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 18 minutes

Heat Stress in the Workplace - Canada


Working in high heat can cause a number of health issues, particularly for
workers who are not acclimated to the conditions. This course will teach
employees the hazards of working in high heat and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to identify the hazardous
health effects of high heat, methods to prevent those health effects and what
to do if a co-worker exhibits symptoms of heat stress such as heat fatigue,
heat rash, heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke. This course is
intended for employees who, during the course of regular work duties, are
exposed to high-temperature conditions for significant periods of time. This
course is intended for employees in Canada who, during the course of regular
work duties, are exposed to high-temperature conditions for significant
periods of time. This course is intended to assist the employer in meeting the
requirements of OHS laws.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 16 minutes

Industrial Ergonomics - Canada


Ergonomics is the process of reducing worker injury through effective
workplace design, such as decreasing the amount of bending or reaching for
items, or using equipment to reduce the strain on the human body. This
course will teach employees how to use ergonomics in industrial settings to
reduce injury. Employees will learn how to identify ergonomic risk factors,
potential injuries and methods to minimize or eliminate ergonomic hazards.
This course is intended to provide Canadian general-industry employees with
the ability to identify and improve ergonomic conditions for themselves in the
workplace and assists employers in complying with local, provincial and
federal OHS requirements.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 18 minutes

Hot Work/Arc Welding - Canada


Arc welding is an important, but dangerous task. Workers can easily burn their
eyes and body, breathe in toxic fumes or damage their hearing. This course
should help employees identify hazards associated with arc welding and hot
work and how to protect themselves. Employees will also receive information
about burns, fumes and gases, electric shock, fire and noise hazards. This
course is intended for Canadian employees who perform hot work, including
welding, brazing and torch cutting, as part of their regular work duties. This
course can assist the employer in meeting the requirements of its respective
provincial, territorial and/or federal Occupational Health and Safety
regulations. In addition to this course, the employer might also provide
courses on Compressed Gas Safety, Fire Safety and Portable Fire
Extinguishers.

Ladder Safety - Canada


Ladders are one of the most common and simple tools people use on the job.
Its easy to forget that they can also be extremely dangerous. This course
should assist learners in recognizing hazards of ladder use, different types of
ladders, and inspection requirements. This course is intended for employees
in any industry who use ladders at work on a regular basis, and will assist
employers in meeting OSH standards on ladder safety. While this course
addresses OSH training requirements, there may be a site-specific training
component required that must be fulfilled by an employer.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 22 minutes

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Lockout/Tagout - Canada

Office Ergonomics - Canada

Lockout/tagout is a system that helps ensure workers stay safe while servicing
or repairing equipment by making it physically impossible for that equipment
to run or move. This course will teach employees how lockout/tagout
programs work and the different roles workers must play to make them
successful. Employees will learn to identify the importance of proper
lockout/tagout procedures, what workers are authorized to perform those
procedures, lock and tag systems used for lockout/tagout, and the special
provisions of lockout/tagout programs. This course is intended for employees
in Canada who, during their regular work duties, are required to perform
lockout/tagout procedures, and for employees who work on equipment that is
subject to regular maintenance or repair requiring lockout/tagout.

Ergonomics is the process of reducing worker injury through effective


workplace design, such as decreasing the amount of bending or reaching for
items, or using equipment to reduce the strain on the human body. This
course will teach employees how to implement ergonomic principles in office
settings in order to minimize or eliminate potential hazards. Employees will
learn to identify and prevent ergonomic risk factors at office workstations, and
differentiate between the correct and incorrect methods to lift safely. This
course is intended for all office employees in Canada, and it will help
employers comply with ergonomic requirements of the Occupational Health
and Safety law of its particular jurisdiction.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 19 minutes

Machine Guarding - Canada


Moving machine parts have the potential to cause severe workplace injuries,
such as crushed fingers or hands, amputations, burns, or blindness. Any
machine part, function, or process that may cause injury must be safeguarded.
Employees who successfully complete this course will learn to define machine
guarding, locate fundamental machine areas, machine hazards, the types of
machine guards, and the types of machine devices. This course is intended for
employees in Canada who, during their regular work duties, are required to
work with or around machines equipped with guarded machinery, and can
assist employers in meeting machine guarding requirements under provincial,
territorial and federal OHS programs.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 14 minutes

Oil Rig Safety - Canada


Oil rigs have been around in some form or another for decades, but all of the
various machines and pieces of equipment can be hazardous, particularly to
new rig workers. Learners who successfully complete this course will know
the basic terminology and operations associated with oil rigs. The learner will
recognize the basic function of an oil rig and its major stages of operation, and
recognize the major hazards of working on an oil rig. This course is intended
for all new hires at Canadian oil production sites. In addition to this course, the
employer may be interested in the other courses in our Oil and Gas Series.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 24 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 15 minutes

Performing Safety Audits - Canada


Materials Handling - Canada
Materials handling and storage covers a wide range of activities, from
something simple like moving a few boxes from a closet to a storage area to
something as complicated as hauling tons of steel with a crane. Learners who
successfully complete this course will learn to recognize lifting hazards and
safe lifting techniques, proper methods for safe material stacking and storage,
proper use of mechanical material handling equipment and the role of
ergonomics in safe materials handling. This course is intended for those who
work in Canadian facilities in which significant amounts of materials are stored
and moved on a regular basis, and can assist the employer in meeting their
respective OHS requirements.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 30 minutes

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In 2013 the most recent year statistics were available there were slightly
more than 240,000 lost work day injuries and illnesses among private industry
workers in Canada, almost all of which could have been prevented. While
training, personal protective equipment and other preventive measures play
an important role in incident prevention, safety audits are a cornerstone of
safe workplace culture. Safety audits can help employers and their employees
identify existing workplace hazards and create appropriate controls to prevent
injury or illness. This course is appropriate for all workers and supervisors in
Canada in general, construction, oil and gas, and other industrial and office
settings. This course does not address any specific OHS training requirements,
but is instead based on industry best practices and accepted methods for
performing effective safety audits.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 22 minutes

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Canada

Canada

Personal Protective Equipment - Canada

Road Rage - Canada

Personal protective equipment, or PPE, has been around throughout history in


various forms. Even everyday clothing is a form of PPE, but many jobs and
workplaces have unique hazards that require additional protection, such as
gloves, boots, eye protection and many others. This course will teach
employees to identify the need for PPE, define the concept of a hazard
assessment, things to consider when choosing PPE, and the different types of
PPE used to protect all parts of the body. This course is intended for general
industry employees in Canada who, during their regular work duties, are
required to use personal protective equipment.

Road rage is incredibly dangerous, causing almost 2/3 of all traffic fatalities. It
is sadly also very common; in one survey nearly 90% of drivers stated that
they had witnessed a road rage incident in the past month. This course is
designed to give drivers the information and skills necessary to react as safely
as possible to potentially dangerous situations on the road. Learners who
successfully complete this course will be able to recognize the signs of
aggressive driving behavior in themselves and others. Learners will also be
able to identify constructive responses and prevention measures that can be
used to avoid injury due to aggressive drivers/driving. This course is designed
for employees in Canada who, during the course of their regular job duties,
will operate a motor vehicle on public roadways. Employers may also be
interested in these related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver,
Hazards of Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous Driving
Conditions.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 35 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 14 minutes

Portable Fire Extinguishers - Canada


Fires can inspire panic, and reviewing how to use a fire extinguisher
beforehand can save precious seconds that could make all the difference in an
emergency. Employees who successfully complete this course will
demonstrate knowledge of how and when to use different types of portable
fire extinguishers. Employees will learn to recognize when to use a portable
fire extinguisher, the three types of fire extinguishers, and the steps of the
PASS technique. This course is designed for Canadian employees in any
industry who may use a fire extinguisher, and should assist the employer in
meeting provincial, territorial and federal OHS standards on portable fire
extinguishers.

Safety Data Sheets - Canada

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 12 minutes

Respiratory Protection - Canada


Many work environments can involve airborne particles that could be
hazardous if inhaled. Airborne viruses, hazardous chemical fumes, and even
some types of dust particles can cause injury or illness if workers breathe
them in. If the atmosphere becomes hazardous to breathe, employees may
require respiratory protection. Learners who successfully complete this course
will demonstrate knowledge of the basics of respiratory protection and how to
use it on the job. Employees will learn about potential inhalation hazards, the
different respirator types and their uses, how to fit test a respirator mask, and
respirator care and maintenance. This course is designed for general industry
employees in Canada who, during their regular work duties, are required to
wear respiratory protection. While this course addresses general classroom
training requirements, there may be additional site-specific training
components, hands-on training, and health testing required that must be
fulfilled by an employer.

Many employees in every industry work with potentially hazardous chemicals


every day. Safety Data Sheets (SDS) are provided by chemical manufacturers
to communicate the potential chemical hazards of their products. SDSs help
employees understand the dangers of chemicals, how to obtain information
on hazardous materials, and how to assist co-workers if a spill or accident
occurs. This course is intended to help employees in Canada in any industry
who work with chemicals to understand what information is presented in the
SDS and where to find it. After successfully completing the course, learners
should be able to identify the purpose and key components of a safety data
sheet. Related courses that employers may be interested in include Hazard
Communication and the Globally Harmonized System.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 19 minutes

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Duration 25 minutes

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Scaffold Safety - Canada

Canada
Violence in the Workplace - Canada
Workplace violence can unexpectedly occur in any workplace setting. Its
estimated that over 365,000 incidents of workplace violence occur every year
across the provinces. Most instances of workplace violence do not end in
homicide. Unfortunately, workplace violence is a real, significant threat to
workers health and safety. This course will teach employees the major causes
and types of workplace violence, their warning signs and how to prevent it.
Employees will learn to define workplace violence, the different types and
sources, and the methods used to prevent workplace violence according to
OHS recommendations and other sources. This course is intended for
employees in Canada in all industries.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 20 minutes

Scaffolding is a very versatile and useful tool for construction or repair of


buildings. It can be assembled and disassembled easily and can be built very
tall or wide, depending on the buildings shape. But as with any tool, using
scaffolding requires care and knowledge. This course will teach employees
the basics of staying safe while working on scaffolds. Employees will learn the
definition of a scaffold, the potential hazards of working on a scaffold like falls,
electrocution and scaffold collapse and major hazard control methods. This
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 12 minutes

Severe Weather and Outdoor Work - Canada


Many jobs require outdoor work on a regular basis, and working outdoors can
be fun at times, but working out in the elements can range from pleasant to
uncomfortable, to even dangerous during severe weather. Workers who
successfully complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of severe
weather hazards and how to react when severe weather strikes during work
processes. Employees will learn to identify hazards associated with severe
weather and standard protocols to follow during severe weather events. This
course is designed for employees in Canada who, during their regular work
duties, may be exposed to severe weather events.

Warehouse Safety - Canada


Most large businesses need warehouses to store and organize raw materials,
finished product, surplus equipment or other materials. Unfortunately, fatal
injuries are more common in warehouses than in other workplaces on
average. Learners who successfully complete this course will know how to
identify common hazards associated with materials handling and other
warehouse operations, and how to minimize or eliminate those hazards. This
course is intended for employees in Canada who are required to perform
common warehousing tasks such as materials handling, stacking, and storage.
This course is intended to aid Canadian employers in meeting OHS and other
provincial, territorial and federal health and safety regulations.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 12 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 18 minutes

Slips, Trips and Falls - Canada


Slips, trips and falls area major source of injury in Canadian workplaces.
According to the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety over 60,
000 workers in Canada are injured each year as a result of falls on the job.
These injuries arent always minor either; slips, trips and falls are the leading
cause of accidental death in the workplace. This course will teach employees
about slip, trip and fall hazards and what they can do to minimize or eliminate
those hazards. Employees will learn to identify general OHS safety
requirements, guarding for floor and wall openings, issues with stairways,
ladder, scaffolds, loading docks and how personal behavior affects safety.
This course is intended for general-industry employees in Canada who, during
their regular work duties, may be exposed to hazards that could cause slips,
trips or falls. This course is intended to assist the employer in meeting the fall
protection requirements under provincial, territorial and federal OHS laws.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 21 minutes

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WHMIS
It has been estimated that one in four Canadian workers work with and are
exposed to one or more hazardous chemicals at work each day. There are
approximately 650,000 existing chemical products available today, and
hundreds more are introduced annually. Learners who successfully complete
this course will be able to recognize and carry out his or her fundamental
responsibilities to work safely with or near hazardous chemicals as required
by the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS). This
course is intended for employees in Canada who may use, handle or be
exposed to hazardous chemicals as part of their job duties.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 12 minutes

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International

International

Animal Control Worker Safety, Basic - International

Basic First Aid - International

Working in animal control or at an animal shelter can be unpredictable. There


are certain hazards that come with the job. You may have to capture and
impound different kinds of wild or aggressive animals. There is also a hazard
from biting insects, which can transmit diseases or parasites. Sometimes
angry pet owners can be a nuisance, or even a danger. Workers who
successfully complete this course will know the common hazards of animal
control work and how to protect against them. Learners will be able to identify
physical and health hazards associated with animal control and their
protective measures. This course is intended for municipal animal control
workers and managers.

Emergencies can happen any time, any place. In any industry, on any given
day, there could be a situation that arises at work where a coworker is injured
and needs immediate medical help. When this happens, it is essential that
employees know how to respond appropriately, render aid, and obtain higher
levels of care. This course will teach employees the basics of first aid
procedures and how to apply them to real-world scenarios. Employees will
learn their responsibilities as a first aid provider, how to identify different types
of medical emergencies and the proper steps to take, and how to react in
specific environmental conditions like extreme heat and cold. This awarenesslevel course is intended for general-industry and office employees who, during
the course of their usual work routine, may be required to provide basic
medical aid to co-workers or others.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 14 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 32 minutes

Asbestos Hazard Awareness - International


Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral with excellent heat- and fire-resistant
properties. Throughout the 20th century, asbestos was commonly used in
building materials, pipe coatings, flooring, paint and texturing, and many other
applications. Unfortunately, inhaling asbestos fibers can cause asbestosis, a
chronic and often fatal lung disease. Fortunately, manufacturing began
phasing out asbestos in the 1970s. However, there are still many buildings,
homes and commercial facilities that contain Asbestos-Containing Building
Materials (ACBMs). This course will give workers an overview of asbestos
safety, including how asbestos exposure can happen, the negative health
effects of asbestos exposure, and common safety practices they must follow
to avoid exposure. This course is appropriate for all workers in general,
construction, oil and gas, and other industrial settings.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 19 minutes

Back Injury Prevention - International

Bloodborne Pathogens - International


Exposure to substances that could contain infectious agents is a common
worker hazard. Healthcare workers such as physicians, nurses and technicians
are commonly thought of as being at-risk; however, building maintenance
workers, social workers, food service and housekeeping workers, childcare
workers and teachers, administrative personnel, and many other job types
may also be at risk for exposure. This course will teach employees about the
hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the workplace and the basic controls.
This course will teach employees about the hazards of bloodborne pathogens
in the workplace. Employees will learn how to identify major bloodborne
diseases and symptoms, how pathogens are transmitted and the basics of
exposure prevention and incident response and cleanup. This awareness-level
course is designed for all workers who may be exposed to blood or other
potentially infectious materials (OPIM) at any time during the performance of
their regular job duties.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 40 minutes

Chemical Safety - International


Back injuries are some of the most common workplace injuries, and are
common when lifting, lowering, carrying, pushing or pulling loads, or when
working in awkward positions. Learners who complete this course will
demonstrate knowledge of the major causes of workplace back injuries and
how to prevent them. Employees will learn about hazards and the three major
types of hazard controls. This course provides ergonomic information to help
employers comply with local and national laws in their respective countries.

There are nearly six hundred and fifty thousand chemical products available
today, and hundreds more introduced every year. Employees who take this
course will learn how to identify hazards associated with different chemicals,
how to identify those hazards based on container labeling, how to properly
use personal protective equipment, and safe storage and cleanup procedures.
This course is intended for general-industry employees who work with or
around hazardous chemicals on a regular basis.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 13 minutes

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Cold Stress in the Workplace - International

Delivery Driver Safety - International

When the bodys temperature drops below 98.6F, the blood vessels constrict
to keep the warm blood near the bodys core and vital organs to protect them.
In doing this, the blood flow to the arms and legs decrease and those parts of
the body become vulnerable to frostbite or hypothermia. This course will teach
employees about the hazards of working in cold temperatures and how to
minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to anticipate
and identify the effects of cold stress and methods used to prevent it. This
course is intended for general industry employees who, as part of their regular
work duties, will be subject to cold weather conditions for significant periods
of time.

Delivery drivers have to deal with numerous hazards, including motor vehicle
accidents, ergonomic injuries from lifting and carrying, and robbery-related
violence. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able to
recognize procedures for driving and delivering in a safe and secure manner.
This course is intended for employees who, as part of their regular work
duties, are required to operate a motor vehicle on public roads to deliver
goods or services. Employers may also be interested in these related courses:
Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver, Road Rage, Hazards of Speeding, and
Hazardous Driving Conditions.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 19 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 21 minutes

Compressed Gas Safety - International


Compressed gas cylinders are designed to hold gases under extremely high
pressures in a relatively small container. But this convenience also presents
physical, explosive, toxic, corrosive and cryogenic dangers. This course should
help employees learn how to identify the hazards of compressed gases and
compressed gas cylinders, labeling and storage requirements for cylinders,
and how to implement safe work practices. This course is intended for
employees who use or work near compressed gases on a regular basis.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 16 minutes

Confined Space Awareness - International


Confined spaces are some of the most hazardous work environments. This
course will teach employees the hazards and safety precautions associated
with confined spaces. Employees will learn how to identify confined spaces,
their hazards, methods used to control those hazards and the regulations
regarding `permit-required' confined spaces. This course is intended for
general industry employees who are required to work in or around confined
spaces.

Distracted Drivers - International


Most people understand that distracted driving is a bad thing, but nearly
everyone does it in some form or another. Almost 20% of vehicle crashes
occur as a result of a distracted driver. Learners that successfully complete
this course will be able to identify the common causes of hazardous driver
distractions and methods for minimizing or eliminating them. This course is
intended for employees who, as part of their regular work duties, are required
to operate a motor vehicle on public roads. Employers may also be interested
in these related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Road Rage, Hazards of
Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous Driving Conditions.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 22 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 23 minutes

CPR Refresher - International

Diversity in the Workplace - International

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR, is a life-saving skill. As with any skill,


occasional practice and review is necessary to properly perform a skill. This
course will give employees who have already been trained to perform CPR a
review of CPR's major procedures. Employees will review how CPR works,
when CPR should be performed and how to properly perform it. This course is
designed for employees who have already been trained to perform CPR and
need a general review of the major CPR procedures. Employees that have
never been trained on CPR and require training should receive it from an
instructor in person.

Most people view their individual qualities with pride, and even cultivate the
things that make them special. Just as there are differences between
individuals, there are also differences between certain groups of people. In an
increasingly globalized economy, workplaces are increasingly more diverse.
Employees who complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of working
in a diverse workplace and how they can turn perceived differences to the
companys advantage. Employees will learn to define workplace diversity,
recognize the challenges of managing and working with diverse people, and
recognize its benefits. This course is intended for workers in any industry.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 13 minutes

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Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 16 minutes

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Driver Safety - International

Emergency Response - International

For most people, driving is a necessary part of daily life. Its even a job for
some people. However, injuries and deaths on the road are still far too
common. This course will teach employees who drive on company business
safe driving habits and defensive driving methods. Employees that
successfully complete this course will learn how to recognize accident
prevention and safe driving habits, identify different road hazards, and
recognize hazardous driving behavior in themselves and others. This course is
intended for general industry employees who, in the course of regular work
duties, are required to operate a motor vehicle on public roads. Employers
may also be interested in these related courses: Distracted Driver, Road Rage,
Hazards of Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous Driving
Conditions.

Unexpected emergencies can happen anytime, anyplace. While we can't


control when and where life-threatening emergencies happen, being prepared
can minimize property damage and will greatly reduce the chances of serious
injuries or death. This course will teach the average employee the basics of
what they should do in case of an emergency in the workplace. Employees will
learn how to identify the importance of a well-defined emergency response
plan and reporting emergencies, the components of an evacuation, and
identify emergency response actions. This course is intended for all general
industry and office employees.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 18 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 20 minutes

Environmental Awareness - International


This course gives learners some of the skills necessary to anticipate sources of
pollution in daily operations and control them to prevent pollution. After
completing this course, learners will know how to identify the consequences
of water, air and land pollution, and common pollution prevention methods.
This course is intended for general industry employees who, during their
regular work duties, may cause water, air or land pollution. The employer may
also be interested in the Hazardous Waste Awareness, Universal Waste
Management, Used Oil Management, and Storm Water Pollution Prevention
for Industrial Operations courses.

Drug Free Workplace - International


The term drug abuse often conjures-up images of junkies lurking in back
alleys and crack houses, but most drug users are actively employed.
Substance abuse is a problem that can seriously affect the safety of all
employees in the workplace. This course will teach employees about the
importance of keeping drugs out of the workplace and what they can do to
help. Employees will learn about the impact of drug and alcohol abuse in
workplaces, how to identify the elements of a drug-free workplace program
and the signs and symptoms of drug and alcohol abuse. This course is
intended for employees in all industries.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 23 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 12 minutes

Fall Protection - International


FFalling is consistently one of the most common causes of workplace
fatalities. Falls from as little as 4 to 6 feet can cause serious injuries,
sometimes death. There are many different types of work and many different
types of fall hazards. This course will teach employees the importance and
practice of consistent fall protection. Employees will learn about fall hazards,
how to identify fall protection methods and various safe work practices. This
course is intended for employees in any industry who, during their regular job
duties, work at heights requiring fall protection.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 19 minutes

Electrical Safety - International

Fire Safety - International

Electricity is accepted as a source of power without much thought to its


hazards, but its one of the deadliest hazards in the workplace. Employees
who take this course will learn how to identify general electrical safety
standards, safe work practices when working on or around electrical
equipment, and safe work practices qualified and authorized workers should
use when working on or near exposed electrical equipment. This course is
aimed at employees who work regularly with electrical equipment, including
equipment maintenance and repair.

Fire emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere, in any industry. Fires are
one of the most common emergencies to contend with in workplaces, and can
be one of the most harmful if not dealt with properly. This course should give
employees the knowledge to safely react and respond to a fire emergency in
their workplace. Employees will learn their responsibilities in a fire emergency,
how to identify different alarm signals, evacuation routes and procedures, and
fire extinguisher use. This course is intended for general industry employees
who are required to understand their responsibilities in a fire emergency.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 20 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 19 minutes

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Flammable and Combustible Liquid Hazards International
When dealing with flammable and combustible liquids, proper handling,
storage and fire control requirements must be followed. This course will teach
employees about the hazards of different flammable and combustible liquids
and how to minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to
identify flammable and combustible liquid hazards with Safety Data Sheets
and labeling, and how to select hazard prevention measures. This course is
intended for employees who, during the course of their regular job duties,
may use or come in contact with flammable and combustible liquids.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 17 minutes

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Hazard Communication - International
Chemicals can pose a wide range of health and physical hazards, and
exposure to hazardous chemicals is common for workers in a large variety of
industries. When workers are exposed to hazardous chemicals, employers
need to provide employees with information about those hazards and training
over how to protect themselves and others from harm. During this course,
employees will learn about the purpose and requirements of a HAZCOM
program. The course will discuss common sources and routes of potential
chemical exposure, and their recommended protective measures. Finally the
course will discuss methods for learning more about chemical hazards,
including labels, safety data sheets (SDS) and hazard assessments. This
course is designed for all employees who use hazardous chemicals, or who
work in a facility in which hazardous chemicals are regularly used or stored. It
has been updated to include information about the Globally Harmonized
System (GHS).
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 29 minutes

Forklift Operator Training - Fundamentals - International


Forklifts and other powered industrial trucks are very useful tools in many
different industries. They are so common that many people think theyre easy
to drive, and dont require much training to operate. However, forklift injuries
are common, including collisions, pinches, roll-overs, and accidents involving
loads. This course is intended for workers who are required to operate a
forklift or other powered industrial truck on the job. Learners that complete
this course will display the ability to recognize the forklift's instruments and
controls, common hazards associated with forklift operation and safe work
practices for forklift operation.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 24 minutes

Hand and Power Tool Safety - International

Hazardous Driving Conditions - International


Driving can be dangerous any time, but hazardous road and weather
conditions can greatly increase the chances of accidents. Statistically, driving
accidents occur at highly elevated rates during hazardous weather conditions,
such as snow, sleet, ice, rain and fog. Learners who successfully complete this
course should be able to identify hazardous driving conditions and methods
for eliminating, minimizing or avoiding those hazards. This course is meant for
employees who, as part of their regular job duties, are required to operate a
motor vehicle on public roads. Employers may also be interested in these
related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver, Road Rage, Hazards of
Speeding, and Delivery Driver Safety.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 17 minutes

Tools are such a common part of our lives that its difficult to remember that
they may pose potential hazards to our safety. This course will teach
employees the importance of hand and power tool safety and how to achieve
it. Employees who successfully complete this course should learn the common
hazards of different types of hand and power tools, including electrical,
pneumatic, hydraulic and abrasive-wheel tools and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. This course is intended for general industry
employees who, as part of their regular work duties, are required to use or
work around hand and power tools.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 24 minutes

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Hazards of Speeding - International

Hot Work - ARC Welding - International


Arc welding is an important, but dangerous task. Workers can easily burn their
eyes and body, breathe in toxic fumes or damage their hearing. This course
should help employees identify hazards associated with arc welding and hot
work and how to protect themselves. Employees will also receive information
about burns, fumes and gases, electric shock, fire and noise hazards. This
course is intended for employees who perform hot work, including welding,
brazing and torch cutting, as part of their regular work duties. In addition to
this course, the employer might also provide courses on Compressed Gas
Safety, Fire Safety and Portable Fire Extinguishers.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 22 minutes

Someone dies in a motor vehicle accident about once every twelve minutes. It
is estimated that speeding is a factor in over 30 percent of those traffic
fatalities, which translates to 10,000 -13,000 deaths a year. Learners that
successfully complete this course will demonstrate the ability to recognize
speeding hazards and identify strategies to minimize, eliminate or avoid them.
This course is designed for employees in all industries who, during the course
of their regular job duties, will operate a motor vehicle on public roadways.
Employers may also be interested in these related courses: Basic Driver
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 11 minutes

Incident Investigation - International

Hearing Conservation - International


Hearing loss is a major hazard in many workplaces. Once a person's hearing is
permanently lost, it cannot be regained and relying on hearing aids may be
the only option. This course will teach employees about noise levels, hearing
hazards and recommendations on how to prevent hearing loss. Employees
who successfully complete this course will learn how to define noise and noise
levels, hearing loss, and recognize different types of hearing protection. This
course is intended for general industry employees who, during the course of
their regular work duties, may come in contact with noise levels high enough
to cause hearing impairment.

In a perfect world, there would be no workplace accidents. Unfortunately in


the real world injuries, property damage, work disruption and near miss
incidents will happen from time to time. When they do, it is important to have a
procedure in place to determine what happened, how and why it happened,
and how to prevent it from happening again. This course is designed to
provide workers with valuable information about accident and incident
investigations and how they make the workplace safer. When this course is
over the learner should have demonstrated the ability to recognize the goal of
an in-house incident investigation, and identify circumstances that warrant an
investigation and the proper procedure for conducting or participating in an
incident investigation. This awareness-level course is designed for all
employees working in facilities that have an incident investigation program.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 18 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 20 minutes

Heat Stress in the Workplace - International


Working in high heat can cause a number of health issues, particularly for
workers who are not acclimated to the conditions. This course will teach
employees the hazards of working in high heat and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to identify the hazardous
health effects of high heat, methods to prevent those health effects and what
to do if a co-worker exhibits symptoms of heat stress such as heat fatigue,
heat rash, heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke. This course is
intended for employees who, during the course of regular work duties, are
exposed to high-temperature conditions for significant periods of time. This
course is intended for employees who, during the course of regular work
duties, are exposed to high-temperature conditions for significant periods of
time.

Indoor Air Quality - International


Most of us take it for granted that wherever we go, the air will be safe and
breathable. But air quality isn't a guarantee. Air quality can get bad anywhere,
including inside an office building, based on factors such as how many people
are in a workspace and how well the building is maintained, among others.
This course will teach employees about the importance of indoor air quality,
how it can become a hazard and what they can do to prevent poor air quality
in the workplace. Employees will learn how to identify air contaminant types
and their sources and good habits for keeping the air clean and breathable.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 16 minutes

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Industrial Ergonomics - International

Lockout/Tagout - International

Ergonomics is the process of reducing worker injury through effective


workplace design, such as decreasing the amount of bending or reaching for
items, or using equipment to reduce the strain on the human body. This
course will teach employees how to use ergonomics in industrial settings to
reduce injury. Employees will learn how to identify ergonomic risk factors,
potential injuries and methods to minimize or eliminate ergonomic hazards.
This course is intended to provide general-industry employees with the ability
to identify and improve ergonomic conditions for themselves in the workplace.

Lockout/tagout is a system that helps ensure workers stay safe while servicing
or repairing equipment by making it physically impossible for that equipment
to run or move. This course will teach employees how lockout/tagout
programs work and the different roles workers must play to make them
successful. Employees will learn to identify the importance of proper
lockout/tagout procedures, what workers are authorized to perform those
procedures, lock and tag systems used for lockout/tagout, and the special
provisions of lockout/tagout programs. This course is intended for employees
who, during their regular work duties, are required to perform lockout/tagout
procedures, and for employees who work on equipment that is subject to
regular maintenance or repair requiring lockout/tagout.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 18 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 19 minutes

Ladder Safety - International


Ladders are one of the most common and simple tools people use on the job.
Its easy to forget that they can also be extremely dangerous. This course
should assist learners in recognizing hazards of ladder use, different types of
ladders, and inspection requirements. This course is intended for employees
in any industry who use ladders at work on a regular basis.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 20 minutes

Leadership Skills for Managers - International

Machine Guarding - International


Moving machine parts have the potential to cause severe workplace injuries,
such as crushed fingers or hands, amputations, burns, or blindness. When the
operation of a machine or accidental contact can injure the operator or others
in the vicinity, the hazards must be eliminated or controlled. Employees who
successfully complete this course will learn to define machine guarding, locate
fundamental machine areas, machine hazards, the types of machine guards,
and the types of machine devices. This course is intended for those
employees who, during their regular work duties, are required to work with or
around machines equipped with guarded machinery.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 15 minutes

Materials Handling - International


Managers are expected to do things that sometimes seem impossible. Theyre
expected to solve their bosss problems, their employees problems and solve
their own problems and make it all happen while meeting deadlines and
customer demands. This online training course will help employees identify
effective communication skills and effective planning and organizing skills.
Employees who successfully complete this course should also be able to
identify concepts and methods of principled leadership and administrative
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 26 minutes

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Materials handling and storage covers a wide range of activities, from


something simple like moving a few boxes from a closet to a storage area to
something as complicated as hauling tons of steel with a crane. Learners who
successfully complete this course will learn to recognize lifting hazards and
safe lifting techniques, proper methods for safe material stacking and storage,
proper use of mechanical material handling equipment and the role of
ergonomics in safe materials handling. This course is intended for warehouse
workers and those who work in facilities in which significant amounts of
materials are stored and moved on a regular basis.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 30 minutes

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Office Ergonomics - International

Performing Safety Audits - International

Ergonomics is the process of reducing worker injury through effective


workplace design, such as decreasing the amount of bending or reaching for
items, or using equipment to reduce the strain on the human body. This
course will teach employees how to implement ergonomic principles in office
settings in order to minimize or eliminate potential hazards. Employees will
learn to identify and prevent ergonomic risk factors at office workstations, and
differentiate between the correct and incorrect methods to lift safely. This
course is intended for all office employees.

There are an estimated 270 million on-the-job injuries and illnesses among
private industry workers worldwide each year, almost all of which could have
been prevented. While training, personal protective equipment and other
preventive measures play an important role in incident prevention, safety
audits are a cornerstone of safe workplace culture. Safety audits can help
employers and their employees identify existing workplace hazards and create
appropriate controls to prevent injury or illness. This course is appropriate for
all workers and supervisors in general, construction, oil and gas, and other
industrial and office settings. This course does not address any specific OHS
training requirements, but is instead based on industry best practices and
accepted methods for performing effective safety audits.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 14 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 22 minutes

Overhead, Gantry and Mobile Crane Safety - International


When crane accidents occur they can be serious, causing crippling injury and
death for whoever happens to be around. This course will teach crane
operators, riggers and general floor employees the basics of overhead and
gantry crane safety. Employees who successfully complete this course will
learn how to identify the differences between overhead and gantry cranes,
how to recognize overhead and gantry crane hazards, and crane-related safe
work practices. This course is intended for employees who, during their
regular work duties, operate an overhead or gantry crane, or work in a facility
in which an overhead or gantry crane is in regular operation.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 21 minutes

Personal Protective Equipment - International


Personal protective equipment, or PPE, has been around throughout history in
various forms. Even everyday clothing is a form of PPE, but many jobs and
workplaces have unique hazards that require additional protection, such as
gloves, boots, eye protection and many others. This course will teach
employees to identify the need for PPE, define the concept of a hazard
assessment, things to consider when choosing PPE, and the different types of
PPE used to protect all parts of the body. This course is intended for general
industry employees who, during their regular work duties, are required to use
personal protective equipment.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 35 minutes

Respiratory Protection - International

Park and Landscaping Safety, Basic - International


Landscaping maintenance workers are at risk from a wide range of physical
and exposure hazards, such as chemicals, noise, machinery, lifting, weather
and construction-related hazards. The Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA) has determined that landscaping is one of seven
industries with high injury and illness rates. Workers who successfully
complete this course will know the common hazards associated with
municipal park and landscaping work and how to protect against them.
Learners will be able to identify the physical and health hazards associated
with park and landscaping work and their preventative measures. This course
is intended for municipal park and landscaping workers and managers.

Many work environments can involve airborne particles that could be


hazardous if inhaled. Airborne viruses, hazardous chemical fumes, and even
some types of dust particles can cause injury or illness if workers breathe
them in. If the atmosphere becomes hazardous to breathe, employees may
require respiratory protection. Learners who successfully complete this course
will demonstrate knowledge of the basics of respiratory protection and how to
use it on the job. Employees will learn about potential inhalation hazards, the
different respirator types and their uses, how to fit test a respirator mask, and
respirator care and maintenance. This course is designed for general industry
employees who, during their regular work duties, are required to wear
respiratory protection.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 13 minutes

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Road Rage - International

Slips, Trips, and Falls - International

Road rage is incredibly dangerous, causing almost 2/3 of all traffic fatalities. It
is sadly also very common; in one survey nearly 90% of drivers stated that
they had witnessed a road rage incident in the past month. This course is
designed to give drivers the information and skills necessary to react as safely
as possible to potentially dangerous situations on the road. Learners who
successfully complete this course will be able to recognize the signs of
aggressive driving behavior in themselves and others. Learners will also be
able to identify constructive responses and prevention measures that can be
used to avoid injury due to aggressive drivers/driving. This course is designed
for employees in all industries who, during the course of their regular job
duties, will operate a motor vehicle on public roadways. Employers may also
be interested in these related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver,
Hazards of Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous Driving
Conditions.

Slips, trips and falls area major source of injury worldwide, in every industry.
These injuries arent always minor either; slips, trips and falls are one of the
leading causes of accidental death in the workplace. This course will teach
employees about slip, trip and fall hazards and what they can do to minimize
or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn to identify general safety
requirements, guarding for floor and wall openings, issues with stairways,
ladder, scaffolds, loading docks and how personal behavior affects safety.
This course is intended for general-industry employees who, during their
regular work duties, may be exposed to hazards that could cause slips, trips or
falls.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 21 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 14 minutes

Safety Data Sheets - International

Street Maintenance Safety, Basic - International

Many employees in every industry work with potentially hazardous chemicals


every day. Safety Data Sheets (SDS) are provided by chemical manufacturers
to communicate the potential chemical hazards of their products. SDSs help
employees understand the dangers of chemicals, how to obtain information
on hazardous materials, and how to assist co-workers if a spill or accident
occurs. This course is intended to help employees in any industry who work
with chemicals to understand what information is presented in the SDS and
where to find it. After successfully completing the course, learners should be
able to identify the purpose and key components of a safety data sheet.
Related courses that employers may be interested in include Hazard
Communication and the Globally Harmonized System.

Street maintenance covers a lot of different job activities: maintaining street


signs, cleaning city streets and storm drains, and repairing streets and
sidewalks. All of these activities include their own types of hazards. Traffic can
be especially dangerous, because it is difficult to predict what drivers will do.
Workers who successfully complete this course will know about the major
hazards associated with street maintenance and how to protect against them.
Learners should be able to identify the physical and health hazards associated
with municipal street maintenance work and their preventative measures. This
course is intended for municipal street maintenance workers.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 25 minutes

Sewage, Waste Water and Water Line Safety, Basic International


An important job for any municipality is providing clean water and disposing of
waste water for its citizens. This job is essential, but by nature, it carries
certain hazards. Most of these hazards come from being exposed to bacteria
and other infectious agents contained in sewage and waste water. Workers
who successfully complete this course will know the major hazards of sewage,
waste water and water line maintenance. Learners will be able to identify the
major physical and exposure hazards of sewage, waste water and water line
maintenance and their preventative measures. This course is intended for
municipal sewage and water line maintenance workers and managers.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 11 minutes

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Duration 12 minutes

Violence in the Workplace - International


Workplace violence can unexpectedly occur in any workplace setting. Most
instances of workplace violence do not end in homicide. Unfortunately,
workplace violence is a real, significant threat to workers health and safety.
This course will teach employees the major causes and types of workplace
violence, their warning signs and how to prevent it. Employees will learn to
define workplace violence, the different types and sources, and the methods
used to prevent workplace violence. This course is intended for employees in
all industries.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 20 minutes

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Warehouse Safety - International

Waste Collectors Safety, Basic - International

Most large businesses need warehouses to store and organize raw materials,
finished product, surplus equipment or other materials. Warehouses can be
safe work environments, as long as things are running smoothly.
Unfortunately, fatal injuries are more common in warehouses than in other
workplaces on average. The two greatest hazards in a warehouse are forklifts
and improperly stacked materials. Learners who successfully complete this
course will know how to identify common hazards associated with materials
handling and other warehouse operations, and how to minimize or eliminate
those hazards. This course is intended for employees who are required to
perform common warehousing tasks such as material handling, stacking, and
storage.

Waste collection has historically been a dangerous job. The overall safety of
the job has improved in the last ten to fifteen years as more trucks have been
equipped with mechanical collection arms that minimize the collectors
exposure to physical hazards outside the truck. Even so, waste collection still
carries a number of hazards which training in safe work practices can
minimize. Workers who successfully complete this course will know about the
major physical and exposure hazards associated with municipal waste
collection. Learners will be able to identify the physical and health hazards of
waste collection and their preventative measures, and identify safe driving
practices required during municipal waste collection. This course is intended
for municipal waste collectors and managers.

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Duration 12 minutes

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Active Shooter (A.L.I.C.E.)

Back Injury Prevention


The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) estimates
that back injuries make up nearly twenty percent of all workplace injuries and
costs the nation an estimated twenty to fifty billion dollars a year. Learners
who complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of the major causes of
workplace back injuries and how to prevent them. Employees will learn about
hazards and the three major types of hazard controls. This course provides
ergonomic information to help employers comply with OSHAs General Duty
Clause. This course is intended for general industry employees who, during
their regular work duties, are required to lift and carry materials. This course is
presented in English and Spanish.

Active shooter incidents have become a growing source of concern in recent


years. This course is designed to help learners in any industry recognize
recommended actions to take in an active shooter event, as well as common
secondary hazards and recommended actions. This course focuses on the
A.L.I.C.E. program (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, and Evacuate) for
reacting to an active shooter situation. While the A.L.I.C.E. program is a good
set of guidelines for active, healthy adults, it may not be suitable for all people
in all situations. SafetySkills assumes no liability for any injuries or damage
that could occur while attempting these techniques.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 27 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Asbestos Hazard Awareness


Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral with excellent heat- and fire-resistant
properties. Throughout the 20th century, asbestos was commonly used in
building materials, pipe coatings, flooring, paint and texturing, and many other
applications. Unfortunately, inhaling asbestos fibers can cause asbestosis, a
chronic and often fatal lung disease. Fortunately, U.S. manufacturing
began phasing out asbestos in the 1970s. However, there are still many
buildings, homes and commercial facilities that contain Asbestos-Containing
Building Materials (ACBMs). This course will give workers an overview of
asbestos safety, including how asbestos exposure can happen, the negative
health effects of asbestos exposure, and common safety practices they must
follow to avoid exposure. This course is appropriate for all workers in general,
construction, oil and gas, and other industrial settings. While this course is
designed to meet OSHA training requirements, there may be additional sitespecific training requirements for workers. Please refer to the regulation listed
on this page for more information. This course is presented in English and
Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 19 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 13 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Backroom Safety - Supermarket


Supermarkets are generally safe places to work, but unfortunately
musculoskeletal disorders, falls, cuts, and injuries from accidents involving
vehicles and machinery are all too common in grocery settings, particularly in
the back room, stock room, or loading and unloading area. This course is
designed to give the learner an overview of the hazards common to stocking
duties and working in the backroom area of a supermarket. The course also
provides techniques for safe lifting and safe stacking and moving of loads.
This course is designed for all employees working in the back room or
performing stocking duties in a supermarket. This course is presented in
English and Spanish. Employers may also be interested in the following
related courses: Back Injury Prevention for Supermarkets, Ladder Safety in the
Retail Industry, and Backroom and Stocking Safety in the Retail Industry
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 21 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Bakery and Deli Safety


Bakeries and delis are generally safe places, but they do have some hazards
that may not be immediately apparent to workers. This awareness-level
course is intended to provide employees in supermarket-based bakeries and
delis with an overview of the common hazards associated with the
supermarket working environment and equipment common to the bakery and
deli departments. After successfully completing this course, the learner will
display the ability to identify hazards they are likely to face on the job and the
proper safe work practices for controlling those hazards. This course is
presented in English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 19 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Basic First Aid

Commercial Laundry Safety

Emergencies can happen any time, any place. In any industry, on any given
day, there could be a situation that arises at work where a coworker is injured
and needs immediate medical help. When this happens, it is essential that
employees know how to respond appropriately, render aid, and obtain higher
levels of care. This course will teach employees the basics of first aid
procedures and how to apply them to real-world scenarios. Employees will
learn their legal responsibilities as a first aid provider, how to identify different
types of medical emergencies and the proper steps to take, and how to react
in specific environmental conditions like extreme heat and cold. This
awareness-level course is intended for general-industry and office employees
who, during the course of their usual work routine, may be required to provide
basic medical aid to co-workers or others. While this course addresses OSHA
training requirements, there may be a site-specific training component
required that must be fulfilled by an employer. This course is presented in
English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 32 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Industrial scale laundry operations pose certain inherent risks to workers,


including heat stress, bloodborne diseases, chemical exposure, machine
hazards, and musculoskeletal disorders. Because laundry is not typically
thought of as hazardous work, it is very important that laundry workers be
aware of the hazards they may face and possess the knowledge and skills to
protect themselves. This awareness-level course will discuss the common
hazards of working in a commercial laundry facility and the best methods for
controlling those hazards. This course was designed for employees working in
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 26 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Compressed Gas Safety

Bloodborne Pathogens
Exposure to substances that could contain infectious agents is a common
worker hazard in the United States and abroad. Healthcare workers such as
physicians, nurses and technicians are commonly thought of as being at-risk;
however, building maintenance workers, social workers, food service and
housekeeping workers, childcare workers and teachers, administrative
personnel, and many other job types may also be at risk for exposure. The
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), recognizes that many
employees come in contact with human blood or other potentially infectious
materials during daily duties and thus are potentially exposed to this
occupational hazard. OSHAs bloodborne pathogen standard has served as
the basis for implementing policies and practices to minimize workers risk of
exposure to BBP's, specifically to the Hepatitis B virus (HBV), the Hepatitis C
virus (HCV) and the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). This course will
teach employees about the hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the
workplace and the basic controls required under OSHAs bloodborne
pathogen standard. This course will teach employees about the hazards of
bloodborne pathogens in the workplace. Employees will learn how to identify
major bloodborne diseases and symptoms, how pathogens are transmitted
and the basics of exposure prevention and incident response and cleanup.
This awareness-level course is designed for all workers who may be exposed
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 40 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Compressed gas cylinders are designed to hold gases under extremely high
pressures in a relatively small container. But this convenience also presents
physical, explosive, toxic, corrosive and cryogenic dangers. This course should
help employees learn how to identify the hazards of compressed gases and
compressed gas cylinders, labeling and storage requirements for cylinders,
and how to implement safe work practices. This course is intended for
employees who use or work near compressed gases on a regular basis, and is
designed to help employers meet the requirements of OSHAs compressed
gas standards.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Confined Space Awareness


Confined spaces are some of the most hazardous work environments. This
course will teach employees the hazards and safety precautions associated
with confined spaces, with a heavy emphasis on OSHA safety requirements.
Employees will learn how to identify confined spaces, their hazards, methods
used to control those hazards and the regulations regarding `permit-required'
confined spaces. This course is intended for general industry employees who
are required to work in or around areas defined by OSHA as confined spaces.
This course is designed to help employers meet OSHAs standards on permitrequired confined spaces.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Customer Violence in the Retail Environment

Emergency Response

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) estimates nearly 2


million workers are involved in a violent incident at work in any given year.
These incidents can range anywhere from verbal abuse to life-threatening
physical attacks. This course is designed to help employees understand how
to identify and respond to the types of violence they might encounter on the
job. After successfully completing this course, the learner should know how to
identify and properly handle shoplifters, robbers, abusive customers, and
other workplace violence risks. This course is designed for all retail and
grocery employees and features examples and scenarios unique to the retail
environment.

Unexpected emergencies can happen anytime, anyplace. While we can't


control when and where life-threatening emergencies happen, being prepared
can minimize property damage and will greatly reduce the chances of serious
injuries or death. This course will teach the average employee the basics of
what they should do in case of an emergency in the workplace. Employees will
learn how to identify the importance of a well-defined emergency response
plan and reporting emergencies, the components of an evacuation, and
identify emergency response actions. This course is intended for all general
industry and office employees, and assists employers in complying with
OSHAs requirements for emergency action plans.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 18 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 18 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Fire Safety
Driver Safety
For most people, driving is a necessary part of daily life. Its even a job for
some people. However, on average, 30,000-40,000 people are killed on the
road every year, and more than 2 million are injured. This course will teach
employees who drive on company business safe driving habits and defensive
driving methods. Employees will learn how to recognize accident prevention
and safe driving habits, identify different road hazards, and recognize
hazardous driving behavior in themselves and others. This course is intended
for general industry employees who, in the course of regular work duties, are
required to operate a motor vehicle on public roads. Employers may also be
interested in these related courses: Distracted Driver, Road Rage, Hazards of
Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous Driving Conditions.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Fire emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere, in any industry. Fires are
one of the most common emergencies to contend with in workplaces, and can
be one of the most harmful if not dealt with properly. This course should give
employees the knowledge to safely react and respond to a fire emergency in
their workplace. Employees will learn their responsibilities in a fire emergency,
how to identify different alarm signals, evacuation routes and procedures, and
fire extinguisher use. This course is intended for general industry employees
who are required to understand their responsibilities in a fire emergency. This
course assists employers in meeting fire safety standards required by OSHA,
however there may also be a site-specific training component required that
must be fulfilled by an employer. This course is presented in English and
Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Food Safety

Electrical Safety
Electricity is accepted as a source of power without much thought to its
hazards, but its one of the deadliest hazards in the workplace. Employees
who take this course will learn how to recognize the dangers of electricity,
possible electrical injuries, and how to use standard hazard controls. This
course is aimed at employees who work regularly with electrical equipment,
including equipment maintenance and repair, and can assist the employer in
meeting OSHAs electrical safety requirements for unqualified workers. This
course does not qualify an unqualified worker.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 19 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Food. We like it. Smelling it, tasting it, feeling full of it, food is pretty key to our
happiness. But if youve ever had food poisoning, you know that food can
sometimes be very, very bad. In fact, food causes approximately 48 million
illnesses, 128,000 hospitalizations, and 3,000 deaths in the United States
each year. The sad thing is, the vast majority of those illnesses could have
easily been avoided if the people who handled and prepared the food had
followed proper food safety practices. After successfully completing this
course, the learner should be able to recognize the purpose of the FDAs Food
Code and identify the responsibilities of food employees regarding the
prevention of foodborne illness. This course is designed for all employees in
food service establishments and commercial kitchens, with particular
emphasis on those employees designated by the FDAs Food Code as food
employees and conditional employees.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 34 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Forklift Operator Training - Fundamentals

General Safety - Supermarket

Forklifts and other powered industrial trucks are very useful tools in many
different industries. They are so common that many people think theyre easy
to drive, and dont require much training to operate. However, forklift injuries
are common, including collisions, pinches, roll-overs, and accidents involving
loads. This course is intended for workers who are required to operate a
forklift or other powered industrial truck on the job. Learners that complete
this course will display the ability to recognize the forklift's instruments and
controls, common hazards associated with forklift operation and OSHArequired safe work practices for forklift operation. This course is designed to
assist forklift operators and their employers to complete the formal training
(classroom) portion of OSHAs required training for operators of powered
industrial trucks. This course is available in both English and Spanish.

Supermarkets are generally safe places, but they do have some hazards that
may not be immediately apparent to workers. This awareness-level course is
intended to provide employees in supermarkets and grocery stores with an
overview of the common hazards associated with the supermarket working
environment and their recommended safe work practices. After successfully
completing this course, the learner will display the ability to identify proper
procedures for preventing and addressing employee and customer injuries,
and the proper response for emergency situations. This course is presented in
English and Spanish.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 24 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 27 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Globally Harmonized System

Forklift Operator Training - Safe Operations

This course is designed for all workers who will operate forklifts on the job.
After successfully completing this course, learners should be able to identify
the safe work practices required by OSHA for proper forklift operations.
Workers taking this course should already have a basic understanding of
forklift operations and safety, but this course will help them gain a deeper
understanding of OSHAs requirements. This course will help employers meet
OSHAs training requirements on powered industrial truck operations.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 10 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

In 2012, OSHA updated the Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) standard to


require the use of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and
Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). GHS is exactly what it sounds like, a global,
unified system for classifying chemical hazards and presenting hazard
information in a uniform way on chemical containers, safety data sheets, and
other hazard communication documents. Employees who need HAZCOM
training under the OSHA standard must now also be trained over the
requirements of GHS, and must be familiar with the symbols and label formats
they are likely to encounter as GHS is implemented. During this course,
employees will learn about the new label and safety data sheet requirements
in the standard, as well as answers to common questions about the standard.
This course is intended for employees in any industry who have already
received OSHA compliant HAZCOM training, but who still need to be trained
over the recent GHS update. This course alone will not fulfill the HAZCOM
training requirement. Employees who have not yet received HAZCOM training
should take one of our Hazard Communication courses, all of which
incorporate information about GHS. This course is presented in both English
and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 18 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Forklift Operator Training - Safe Traveling and Loading

Hand and Power Tool Safety

This course is designed for workers who will operate forklifts on the job. After
successfully completing this course, learners should be able to identify the
safe work practices required by OSHA for proper forklift traveling and loading.
Workers taking this course should already have a basic understanding of
forklift operations and safety, but this course will help them gain a deeper
understanding of OSHAs requirements. This course will help employers meet
OSHAs training requirements on powered industrial truck operations.
Employers may also be interested in some of our other Forklift Operator
Training courses, including: Fundamentals, Safe Operations, and Safe
Maintenance. This course is presented in English and Spanish.

Tools are such a common part of our lives that its difficult to remember that
they may pose potential hazards to our safety. This course will teach
employees the importance of hand and power tool safety and how to achieve
it. Employees who successfully complete this course should learn the common
hazards of different types of hand and power tools, including electrical,
pneumatic, hydraulic and abrasive-wheel tools and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. This course is intended for general industry
employees who, as part of their regular work duties, are required to use or
work around hand and power tools. This course can assist employers with
meeting regulations outlined in OSHAs regulations on hand and power tools.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 11 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Hazard Communication

Introduction to OSHA

Chemicals can pose a wide range of health and physical hazards, and
exposure to hazardous chemicals is common for workers in a large variety of
industries. When workers are exposed to hazardous chemicals, OHSA requires
employers to provide employees with information about those hazards and
training over how to protect themselves and others from harm. During this
course, employees will learn about OSHA's Hazard Communication (HAZCOM)
standard and the purpose and requirements of a HAZCOM program. The
course will discuss common sources and routes of potential chemical
exposure, and their recommended protective measures. Finally the course will
discuss methods for learning more about chemical hazards, including labels,
safety data sheets (SDS) and hazard assessments. This course is intended to
assist the employer in meeting the training requirements under OSHAs
HAZCOM standard. It is designed for all employees who use hazardous
chemicals, or who work in a facility in which hazardous chemicals are regularly
used or stored. It has been updated to include information about the Globally
Harmonized System (GHS). This course is designed for employees who need
initial or refresher Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) training. Employees who
have already received HAZCOM training and only require training over the
GHS update should consider taking our Globally Harmonized System (GHS)
course instead. This course is presented in English and Spanish.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, is a federal


agency that creates safety regulations in U.S. workplaces. OSHAs role is less
about fining people for noncompliance and more about helping employers
keep their employees safe. This course will teach employees about OSHA's
role in the workplace and how it works to increase worker safety. Employees
will learn why OSHA was created, its goals and organizational structure,
OSHA's inspection and citation procedures, and what resources OSHA offers

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 29 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 28 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Ladder Safety

Hearing Conservation
Hearing loss is a major hazard in many workplaces. This course will teach
employees about noise levels, hearing hazards and OSHA's recommendations
on how to prevent hearing loss. Employees will learn how to define noise and
noise levels, hearing loss, and recognize different types of hearing protection.
This course is presented in English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Ladders are one of the most common and simple tools people use on the job.
Its easy to forget that they can also be extremely dangerous. Each year in the
United States, accidents involving ladders cause approximately 300 deaths
and 130,000 injuries requiring emergency medical attention. This course
should assist learners in recognizing hazards of ladder use, different types of
ladders, and inspection requirements. This course is intended for employees
in any industry who use ladders at work on a regular basis, and will assist
employers in meeting OSHA standards on ladder safety. While this course
addresses OSHA training requirements, there may be a site-specific training
component required that must be fulfilled by an employer. This course is
presented in English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Lockout/Tagout
Industrial Ergonomics
Ergonomics is the process of reducing worker injury through effective
workplace design, such as decreasing the amount of bending or reaching for
items, or using equipment to reduce the strain on the human body. This
course will teach employees how to use ergonomics in industrial settings to
reduce injury. Employees will learn how to identify ergonomic risk factors,
potential injuries and methods to minimize or eliminate ergonomic hazards.
This course is intended to provide general-industry employees with the ability
to identify and improve ergonomic conditions for themselves in the workplace
and assists employers with compliance with OSHAs General Duty Clause.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 18 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Lockout/tagout is a system that helps ensure workers stay safe while servicing
or repairing equipment by making it physically impossible for that equipment
to run or move. This course will teach employees how lockout/tagout
programs work and the different roles workers must play to make them
successful. Employees will learn to identify the importance of proper
lockout/tagout procedures, what workers are authorized to perform those
procedures, lock and tag systems used for lockout/tagout, and the special
provisions of lockout/tagout programs. This course is intended for employees
who, during their regular work duties, are required to perform lockout/tagout
procedures, and for employees who work on equipment that is subject to
regular maintenance or repair requiring lockout/tagout. This course is
presented in English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 19 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Loss Prevention in Retail Sales

Office Safety
Office work is generally considered a pretty safe occupation, out of the
elements and with relatively few hazards. However, there are certainly
hazards in offices that people may not think about on a regular basis. Poor air
quality, ineffective lighting and noise, slips, trips and falls, fire hazards,
electrical equipment, poor workstation arrangement and improper lifting and
storage are all potential safety hazards that can even be found in an office
environment. Learners who successfully complete this course will be able to
identify common office hazards and their recommended preventive measures.
This course is presented in English and Spanish.

Theft and other forms of shrinkage are a major problem for the retail industry,
costing American businesses over $30 billion every year. Loss prevention is an
important aspect of working in a retail or grocery setting, so it is important for
employees to understand the goals of loss prevention and their role in the
stores loss prevention program. When this course is complete, the learner
should be able to recognize common types of internal and external theft and
appropriate responses. This course is designed for retail and grocery
employees and features scenarios and examples relevant to the retail
industry.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 17 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 19 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Parking Lot Safety

Material Handling
Materials handling and storage covers a wide range of activities, from
something simple like moving a few boxes from a closet to a storage area to
something as complicated as hauling tons of steel with a crane. Learners who
successfully complete this course will learn to recognize lifting hazards and
safe lifting techniques, proper methods for safe material stacking and storage,
proper use of mechanical material handling equipment and the role of
ergonomics in safe materials handling. This course is intended for warehouse
workers and those who work in facilities in which significant amounts of
materials are stored and moved on a regular basis, and can assist the
employer in meeting the requirements of OSHAs material handling standards.

A parking lot is the first thing that customers see, making it a very important
part of a good first impression. Parking lots can also present a number of
hazards to pedestrians and vehicles. Keeping lots clean and well maintained,
and ensuring employees are trained to deal with common hazards, is an
important part of ensuring customers and employees are safe and happy.
When this course is over, the learner should be able to identify best practices
for parking lot maintenance and security, and appropriate responses to severe
weather, accidents, and other outdoor incidents. This course was designed for
employees in the retail industry and features examples and scenarios
appropriate for the retail setting. It would also be appropriate for workers in
hospitality, food service, and other facilities visited by the public.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 16 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Duration 30 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Meat Market Safety

Personal Protective Equipment

Meat markets and butcher shops can be hazardous places to work. This
awareness-level course is intended to provide employees in supermarketbased meat markets and butcher counters with an overview of the common
hazards associated with the supermarket working environment and
equipment used for cutting and processing meat. After successfully
completing this course, the learner will display the ability to identify hazards
they are likely to face on the job and the proper safe work practices for using
knives, slicers, grinders, and other cutting and processing equipment. This
course is designed for all employees working in supermarket-based meat
markets. This course is presented in English and Spanish.

Personal protective equipment, or PPE, has been around throughout history in


various forms. Even everyday clothing is a form of PPE, but many jobs and
workplaces have unique hazards that require additional protection, such as
gloves, boots, eye protection and many others. This course will teach
employees to identify the need for PPE, define the concept of a hazard
assessment, things to consider when choosing PPE, and the different types of
PPE used to protect all parts of the body. This course is intended for generalindustry employees who, during their regular work duties, are required to use
personal protective equipment. This course is presented in English and
Spanish.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 16 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Respiratory Protection

Safety Data Sheets

Many work environments can involve airborne particles that could be


hazardous if inhaled. Airborne viruses, hazardous chemical fumes, and even
some types of dust particles can cause injury or illness if workers breathe
them in. If the atmosphere becomes hazardous to breathe, employees may
require respiratory protection. Learners who successfully complete this course
will demonstrate knowledge of the basics of respiratory protection and how to
use it on the job. Employees will learn about potential inhalation hazards, the
different respirator types and their uses, how to fit test a respirator mask, and
respirator care and maintenance. This course is designed for general industry
employees who, during their regular work duties, are required to wear
respiratory protection, and is intended to assist the employer in meeting
OSHAs Respiratory Protection Standard. While this course addresses OSHA
training requirements, there may be additional site-specific training
components, hands-on training, and health testing required that must be
fulfilled by an employer. This course is presented in English and Spanish.

Many employees in every industry work with potentially hazardous chemicals


every day. In order to help workers protect themselves from the chemical
hazards they may encounter on the job, the Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA) has adopted several rules requiring that employers and
chemical manufacturers provide information about chemicals in several
locations, including in a Safety Data Sheet, or SDS. SDSs help employees
understand the dangers of chemicals, how to obtain information on hazardous
materials, and how to assist co-workers if a spill or accident occurs. SDSs must
follow a standard format, and will always present certain information that
workers and emergency responders need. This course is intended to help
employees in any industry who work with chemicals to understand what
information is presented in the SDS and where to find it. After successfully
completing the course, learners should be able to identify the purpose and
key components of a safety data sheet, including the 16 sections required by
the Globally Harmonized System (GHS), an international system of rules for
classifying and labeling chemicals. Related courses that employers may be
interested in include Hazard Communication and the Globally Harmonized
System.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 19 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Duration 25 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Safe Housekeeping in the Hospitality Industry


Cleanliness is one of the biggest factors when guests choose whether to
return to a hotel or resort. This is why housekeeping is so important.
Unfortunately it can also be hazardous. Housekeepers are almost twice as
likely to be injured as other hospitality workers. In fact, nine out of ten
housekeepers say they have suffered work-related pain. Injuries can be
serious, making it difficult or impossible to work. Some injuries can lead to
permanent disabilities. This course will explain the most common
housekeeping hazards and the best practices for eliminating or controlling
those hazards. This course is designed for housekeeping and maintenance
staff working in hotels and other hospitality settings. This course is available in
English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Safe Lifting Basics - Supermarket


Back injuries are one of the most common workplace injuries. The National
Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, or NIOSH, estimates back injuries
make up almost twenty percent of all workplace injuries and costs as much as
fifty billion dollars a year. This course is designed to give supermarket
employees the knowledge and skills they need to avoid back injuries while
lifting and moving products and equipment on the job. When this course is
over, the learner should be able to identify the causes and consequences of
back injuries, as well as proper lifting technique. This course is designed for
supermarket workers and contains scenarios and examples unique to that
setting. This course is presented in English and Spanish.

Slips, Trips and Falls


Slips, trips and falls area major source of injury in U.S. workplaces. According
to the Department of Labor, slips, trips and falls are the most common type of
accident in the workplace and are responsible for around 25% of all reported
injuries. These injuries arent always minor either; slips, trips and falls are the
second leading cause of accidental death in the workplace. This course will
teach employees about slip, trip and fall hazards and what they can do to
minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn to identify general
OSHA safety requirements, guarding for floor and wall openings, issues with
stairways, ladder, scaffolds, loading docks and how personal behavior affects
safety. This course is intended for general-industry employees who, during
their regular work duties, may be exposed to hazards that could cause slips,
trips or falls. This course is intended to assist the employer in meeting the
requirements of OSHAs standards for walking and working surfaces. This
course is presented in English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 21 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 14 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Spanish
Slips, Trips and Falls - Supermarket

Wildlife Safety for the Oil and Gas Industry

Slips, trips and falls area major source of injury in U.S. workplaces. According
to the Department of Labor, slips, trips and falls are the most common type of
accident in the workplace and are responsible for around 25% of all reported
injuries. These injuries arent always minor either; slips, trips and falls are the
second leading cause of accidental death in the workplace. This course will
teach employees about slip, trip and fall hazards and what they can do to
minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn to identify general
OSHA safety requirements, guarding for floor and wall openings, issues with
stairways, ladder, scaffolds, loading docks and how personal behavior affects
safety. This course is specifically designed for supermarket employees and
contains examples and scenarios relevant to the grocery environment. This
course is intended to assist the employer in meeting the requirements of
OSHAs standards for walking and working surfaces. This course is presented
in English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 12 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Oil and gas field work often takes place in remote locations, and there is a
good chance that workers may come into contact with wildlife on the job. Wild
animals can attack people, transmit diseases and damage property, so it is
important for workers to know what to do when they encounter wild animals
in the field. This course is designed to teach oil and gas workers how to
identify various types of dangerous and nuisance animals common to North
America, the hazards they present, and the standard precautions to take if
these animals are encountered. This course is intended for all employees who
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 23 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Storm Water Pollution Prevention for Industrial


Operations
Storm water pollution is a problem at virtually all facilities, whether industrial,
retail, or even at home and on public ground. This course will teach
employees about the problem of storm water pollution and how to prevent it.
Employees will learn to identify major points of storm water pollution and its
impact, how storm water carries pollution, and the importance of their role in
carrying out storm water pollution prevention best management practices.
This course is intended for employees and health and safety officers at small
to medium-sized companies that want to comply with EPA regulations on
storm water discharge and pollution prevention.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Topic
Customer Service

Driver Safety

Customer Violence in the Retail Environment

Delivery Driver Safety

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) estimates nearly 2


million workers are involved in a violent incident at work in any given year.
These incidents can range anywhere from verbal abuse to life-threatening
physical attacks. This course is designed to help employees understand how
to identify and respond to the types of violence they might encounter on the
job. After successfully completing this course, the learner should know how to
identify and properly handle shoplifters, robbers, abusive customers, and
other workplace violence risks. This course is designed for all retail and
grocery employees and features examples and scenarios unique to the retail
environment.

Delivery drivers have to deal with numerous hazards, including motor vehicle
accidents, ergonomic injuries from lifting and carrying, and robbery-related
violence. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able to
recognize procedures for driving and delivering in a safe and secure manner.
This course is intended for employees who, as part of their regular work
duties, are required to operate a motor vehicle on public roads to deliver
goods or services. Employers may also be interested in these related courses:
Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver, Road Rage, Hazards of Speeding, and
Hazardous Driving Conditions.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 18 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 21 minutes

Delivery Driver Safety - Canada


Lost Child/Code Adam

Delivery drivers have to deal with numerous hazards, including motor vehicle
accidents, ergonomic injuries from lifting and carrying, and robbery-related
violence. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able to
recognize procedures for driving and delivering in a safe and secure manner.
This course is intended for Canadian employees who, as part of their regular
work duties, are required to operate a motor vehicle on public roads to deliver
goods or services. Employers may also be interested in these related courses:
Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver, Road Rage, Hazards of Speeding, and
Hazardous Driving Conditions.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 21 minutes

Lost children are a common occurrence in stores, entertainment centers,


amusement parks, hospitals, museums, and many other spaces frequented by
children and their families. Lost children can injure themselves, damage
equipment and merchandise, or even be abducted or abused. The most
important things in a lost child situation are to have a plan in place, and to be
sure all employees understand their role and are ready to spring into action
quickly when a child is reported missing. Code Adam is a simple, standardized
set of procedures for locating a child in a missing place that is used by over
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 23 minutes

Delivery Driver Safety - International


Delivery drivers have to deal with numerous hazards, including motor vehicle
accidents, ergonomic injuries from lifting and carrying, and robbery-related
violence. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able to
recognize procedures for driving and delivering in a safe and secure manner.
This course is intended for employees who, as part of their regular work
duties, are required to operate a motor vehicle on public roads to deliver
goods or services. Employers may also be interested in these related courses:
Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver, Road Rage, Hazards of Speeding, and
Hazardous Driving Conditions.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 21 minutes

Successful Guest Service Techniques


Hospitality is a service industry, and providing excellent service to guests is
the most important part of the job. Cornell Universitys Center for Hospitality
Research estimates that there are 5,000 interactions between employees and
guests every day in a moderate-sized hotel. Employees on the front lines will
deal with guests many times every day, but even staff in behind-the-scenes
roles will have to deal with guests once in a while, and their actions will affect
the level of service even when they have no contact with a guest. This course
will help employees in the hospitality, food service, and guest services
industries identify successful guest services techniques and how to
incorporate them into their daily routine.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes

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Distracted Driver
Most people understand that distracted driving is a bad thing, but nearly
everyone does it in some form or another. Almost 20% of vehicle crashes
occur as a result of a distracted driver. Learners that successfully complete
this course will be able to identify the common causes of hazardous driver
distractions and methods for minimizing or eliminating them. This course is
intended for employees who, as part of their regular work duties, are required
to operate a motor vehicle on public roads. Employers may also be interested
in these related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Road Rage, Hazards of
Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous Driving Conditions.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 22 minutes

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Topic
Driver Safety

Driver Safety

Distracted Driver - Canada

Driver Safety - Canada

Most people understand that distracted driving is a bad thing, but nearly
everyone does it in some form or another. Almost 20% of vehicle crashes
occur as a result of a distracted driver. Learners that successfully complete
this course will be able to identify the common causes of hazardous driver
distractions and methods for minimizing or eliminating them. This course is
intended for employees in Canada who, as part of their regular work duties,
are required to operate a motor vehicle on public roads. Employers may also
be interested in these related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Road Rage,
Hazards of Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous Driving
Conditions.

For most people, driving is a necessary part of daily life. Its even a job for
some people. However, injuries and deaths on the road are still far too
common. This course will teach employees who drive on company business
safe driving habits and defensive driving methods. Employees that
successfully complete this course will learn how to recognize accident
prevention and safe driving habits, identify different road hazards, and
recognize hazardous driving behavior in themselves and others. This course is
intended for general industry employees in Canada who, in the course of
regular work duties, are required to operate a motor vehicle on public roads.
Employers may also be interested in these related courses: Distracted Driver,
Road Rage, Hazards of Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous
Driving Conditions.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 22 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 20 minutes

Driver Safety - International


Distracted Drivers - International
Most people understand that distracted driving is a bad thing, but nearly
everyone does it in some form or another. Almost 20% of vehicle crashes
occur as a result of a distracted driver. Learners that successfully complete
this course will be able to identify the common causes of hazardous driver
distractions and methods for minimizing or eliminating them. This course is
intended for employees who, as part of their regular work duties, are required
to operate a motor vehicle on public roads. Employers may also be interested
in these related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Road Rage, Hazards of
Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous Driving Conditions.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 22 minutes

For most people, driving is a necessary part of daily life. Its even a job for
some people. However, injuries and deaths on the road are still far too
common. This course will teach employees who drive on company business
safe driving habits and defensive driving methods. Employees that
successfully complete this course will learn how to recognize accident
prevention and safe driving habits, identify different road hazards, and
recognize hazardous driving behavior in themselves and others. This course is
intended for general industry employees who, in the course of regular work
duties, are required to operate a motor vehicle on public roads. Employers
may also be interested in these related courses: Distracted Driver, Road Rage,
Hazards of Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous Driving
Conditions.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 20 minutes

Driving On and Off Campus


Driver Safety
For most people, driving is a necessary part of daily life. Its even a job for
some people. However, on average, 30,000-40,000 people are killed on the
road every year, and more than 2 million are injured. This course will teach
employees who drive on company business safe driving habits and defensive
driving methods. Employees will learn how to recognize accident prevention
and safe driving habits, identify different road hazards, and recognize
hazardous driving behavior in themselves and others. This course is intended
for general industry employees who, in the course of regular work duties, are
required to operate a motor vehicle on public roads. Employers may also be
interested in these related courses: Distracted Driver, Road Rage, Hazards of
Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous Driving Conditions.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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On average, 30,000-40,000 drivers are killed each year in the United States,
and more than 2 million are injured. Across all types of industries, vehicle
accidents are consistently one of the largest causes of on-the-job injuries and
fatalities. This risk can be amplified on college and university campuses if
young and inexperienced drivers are required to drive institution-owned
vehicles on the job. During this course, learners will find out about the general
requirements for work-related driving on/for colleges and universities, safety
requirements for work-related driving, recommended safe practices for driving
with various road hazards, and recommended techniques for avoiding
dangerous driving behaviors. This course is designed for all employees on
college and university campuses who may be expected to drive vehicles on or
off campus as part of their normal job duties. While this course addresses
OSHA training requirements, there may be a site-specific training component
required that must be fulfilled by an employer.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes

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Topic
Driver Safety

Driver Safety

Hazardous Driving Conditions

Hazards of Speeding

Driving can be dangerous any time, but hazardous road and weather
conditions can greatly increase the chances of accidents. Statistically, driving
accidents occur at highly elevated rates during hazardous weather conditions,
such as snow, sleet, ice, rain and fog. Learners who successfully complete this
course should be able to identify hazardous driving conditions and methods
for eliminating, minimizing or avoiding those hazards. This course is meant for
employees who, as part of their regular job duties, are required to operate a
motor vehicle on public roads. Employers may also be interested in these
related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver, Road Rage, Hazards of
Speeding, and Delivery Driver Safety.

Someone dies in a motor vehicle accident about once every twelve minutes. It
is estimated that speeding is a factor in over 30 percent of those traffic
fatalities, which translates to 10,000 -13,000 deaths a year. Learners that
successfully complete this course will demonstrate the ability to recognize
speeding hazards and identify strategies to minimize, eliminate or avoid them.
This course is designed for employees in all industries who, during the course
of their regular job duties, will operate a motor vehicle on public roadways.
Employers may also be interested in these related courses: Basic Driver
Safety, Distracted Driver, Road Rage, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous
Driving Conditions.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 17 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 11 minutes

Hazards of Speeding - Canada

Hazardous Driving Conditions - Canada


Driving can be dangerous any time, but hazardous road and weather
conditions can greatly increase the chances of accidents. Statistically, driving
accidents occur at highly elevated rates during hazardous weather conditions,
such as snow, sleet, ice, rain and fog. Learners who successfully complete this
course should be able to identify hazardous driving conditions and methods
for eliminating, minimizing or avoiding those hazards. This course is meant for
employees in Canada who, as part of their regular job duties, are required to
operate a motor vehicle on public roads. Employers may also be interested in
these related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver, Road Rage,
Hazards of Speeding, and Delivery Driver Safety.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 17 minutes

Someone dies in a motor vehicle accident about once every twelve minutes. It
is estimated that speeding is a factor in over 30 percent of those traffic
fatalities, which translates to 10,000 -13,000 deaths a year. Learners that
successfully complete this course will demonstrate the ability to recognize
speeding hazards and identify strategies to minimize, eliminate or avoid them.
This course is designed for employees in Canada in all industries who, during
the course of their regular job duties, will operate a motor vehicle on public
roadways. Employers may also be interested in these related courses: Basic
Driver Safety, Distracted Driver, Road Rage, Delivery Driver Safety, and
Hazardous Driving Conditions.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 11 minutes

Hazards of Speeding - International

Hazardous Driving Conditions - International


Driving can be dangerous any time, but hazardous road and weather
conditions can greatly increase the chances of accidents. Statistically, driving
accidents occur at highly elevated rates during hazardous weather conditions,
such as snow, sleet, ice, rain and fog. Learners who successfully complete this
course should be able to identify hazardous driving conditions and methods
for eliminating, minimizing or avoiding those hazards. This course is meant for
employees who, as part of their regular job duties, are required to operate a
motor vehicle on public roads. Employers may also be interested in these
related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver, Road Rage, Hazards of
Speeding, and Delivery Driver Safety.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 17 minutes

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Someone dies in a motor vehicle accident about once every twelve minutes. It
is estimated that speeding is a factor in over 30 percent of those traffic
fatalities, which translates to 10,000 -13,000 deaths a year. Learners that
successfully complete this course will demonstrate the ability to recognize
speeding hazards and identify strategies to minimize, eliminate or avoid them.
This course is designed for employees in all industries who, during the course
of their regular job duties, will operate a motor vehicle on public roadways.
Employers may also be interested in these related courses: Basic Driver
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 11 minutes

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Topic
Driver Safety

Electrical Safety

Road Rage

Electrical Safety

Road rage is incredibly dangerous, causing almost 2/3 of all traffic fatalities. It
is sadly also very common; in one survey nearly 90% of drivers stated that
they had witnessed a road rage incident in the past month. This course is
designed to give drivers the information and skills necessary to react as safely
as possible to potentially dangerous situations on the road. Learners who
successfully complete this course will be able to recognize the signs of
aggressive driving behavior in themselves and others. Learners will also be
able to identify constructive responses and prevention measures that can be
used to avoid injury due to aggressive drivers/driving. This course is designed
for employees in all industries who, during the course of their regular job
duties, will operate a motor vehicle on public roadways. Employers may also
be interested in these related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver,
Hazards of Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous Driving
Conditions.

Electricity is accepted as a source of power without much thought to its


hazards, but its one of the deadliest hazards in the workplace. Employees
who take this course will learn how to recognize the dangers of electricity,
possible electrical injuries, and how to use standard hazard controls. This
course is aimed at employees who work regularly with electrical equipment,
including equipment maintenance and repair, and can assist the employer in
meeting OSHAs electrical safety requirements for unqualified workers. This
course does not qualify an unqualified worker.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 19 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 14 minutes

Road Rage - Canada


Road rage is incredibly dangerous, causing almost 2/3 of all traffic fatalities. It
is sadly also very common; in one survey nearly 90% of drivers stated that
they had witnessed a road rage incident in the past month. This course is
designed to give drivers the information and skills necessary to react as safely
as possible to potentially dangerous situations on the road. Learners who
successfully complete this course will be able to recognize the signs of
aggressive driving behavior in themselves and others. Learners will also be
able to identify constructive responses and prevention measures that can be
used to avoid injury due to aggressive drivers/driving. This course is designed
for employees in Canada who, during the course of their regular job duties,
will operate a motor vehicle on public roadways. Employers may also be
interested in these related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver,
Hazards of Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous Driving
Conditions.

Electrical Safety - Arc Flash


Arc flash can happen instantly wherever theres electricity, and can cause
severe injury or death. Learners that complete this course should be able to
identify the conditions and hazards associated with arc flashes, and the safe
work practices and personal protective equipment recommended by OSHA
and NIOSH. This course is geared towards qualified or unqualified workers
who need training on arc flash, and will help employers meet OSHA and
NIOSH training requirements. While this course also satisfies the NFPAs 70E
general training requirement in regards to Arc Flash for qualified workers, it
may not satisfy any site/equipment-specific required training. It will fully meet
training requirements for unqualified workers.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 14 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 14 minutes

Road Rage - International


Road rage is incredibly dangerous, causing almost 2/3 of all traffic fatalities. It
is sadly also very common; in one survey nearly 90% of drivers stated that
they had witnessed a road rage incident in the past month. This course is
designed to give drivers the information and skills necessary to react as safely
as possible to potentially dangerous situations on the road. Learners who
successfully complete this course will be able to recognize the signs of
aggressive driving behavior in themselves and others. Learners will also be
able to identify constructive responses and prevention measures that can be
used to avoid injury due to aggressive drivers/driving. This course is designed
for employees in all industries who, during the course of their regular job
duties, will operate a motor vehicle on public roadways. Employers may also
be interested in these related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver,
Hazards of Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous Driving
Conditions.

Electrical Safety - Arc Flash - Canada


Arc flash can happen instantly wherever theres electricity, and can cause
severe injury or death. Learners that complete this course should be able to
identify the conditions and hazards associated with arc flashes, and the safe
work practices and personal protective equipment used to protect from arc
flash. This course is geared towards qualified or unqualified workers who
need training on arc flash, and will help employers meet OSH training
requirements. While this course also satisfies the NFPAs 70E general training
requirement in regards to Arc Flash for qualified workers, it may not satisfy
any site/equipment-specific required training. It will fully meet training
requirements for unqualified workers.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 14 minutes

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Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 14 minutes

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Electrical Safety

Electrical Safety

Electrical Safety - Cal/OSHA

Electrical Safety above 601 Volts

Electricity is accepted as a source of power without much thought given to its


potential hazards. Some employees work with electricity directly, but some
work with it indirectly. This course gives learners information about hazards
associated with electrical equipment in the workplace and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to recognize the dangers of
electricity, possible electrical injuries, and how to use standard hazard
controls. This course is geared towards California employees who work
regularly with electrical equipment, including equipment maintenance and
repair. Employers can use this course to help meet the requirements of
Cal/OSHA and Federal OSHA standards.

Working with or around electricity comes with some risks, especially highvoltage electricity. Both direct contact and arc flash can cause severe injuries
including burns, open wounds, and can easily lead to death. Workers who
complete this course should be able to identify hazards associated with highvoltage electricity, common sources and occupations associated with those
hazards, and safe work practices required/recommended while working
around high-voltage sources/hazards. This course is intended for all workers
who many come in contact with high-voltage sources while working, and can
assist employers with complying with OSHAs requirements on electrical
safety.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 23 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 12 minutes

Electrical Safety - Canada


Electricity is accepted as a source of power without much thought to its
hazards, but its one of the deadliest hazards in the workplace. Employees
who take this course will learn how to recognize the dangers of electricity,
possible electrical injuries, and how to use standard hazard controls. This
course is aimed at Canadian employees who work regularly with electrical
equipment, including equipment maintenance and repair, and can assist the
employer in meeting the requirements of its respective provincial, territorial
and/or federal Occupational Health and Safety regulations. This course does
not qualify an "unqualified" worker.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 19 minutes

Electrical Safety - Grounding


Electricity is one of the modern eras greatest discoveries, but it also presents
some dangers. It can cause serious injury or death if it leaves wiring or
equipment and flows into the human body. Employees that successfully
complete this course will display the ability to recognize the safety function of
electrical grounding, its applications in the workplace, and OSHAs grounding
requirements for workplace electrical equipment. This course is designed for
all workers who may use handheld power tools or other electrically powered
equipment while at work. This course will assist employers in meeting OSHAs
standards on wiring and grounding equipment.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 16 minutes

Electrical Safety - International


Electricity is accepted as a source of power without much thought to its
hazards, but its one of the deadliest hazards in the workplace. Employees
who take this course will learn how to identify general electrical safety
standards, safe work practices when working on or around electrical
equipment, and safe work practices qualified and authorized workers should
use when working on or near exposed electrical equipment. This course is
aimed at employees who work regularly with electrical equipment, including
equipment maintenance and repair.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 19 minutes

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Electrical Safety Awareness for Oil and Gas Personnel


Electricity is accepted as a source of power without much thought to its
hazards, but its one of the deadliest hazards in the workplace. Employees
who take this course will learn how to recognize the dangers of electricity,
possible electrical injuries, and how to use standard hazard controls. This
course is aimed at oil and gas employees who work regularly with electrical
equipment, including equipment maintenance and repair, and can assist the
employer in meeting OSHAs electrical safety requirements for unqualified
workers. This course does not qualify an unqualified worker.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 23 minutes

Electrical Safety for Qualified Workers in the Oil and Gas


Industry
Electricity is accepted as a source of power without much thought to its
hazards, but its one of the deadliest hazards in the workplace. Employees
who take this course will learn how to identify the general OSHA electrical
safety standards, safe work practices when working on or around electrical
equipment, OSHA requirements for qualified and authorized electrical
equipment workers, and safe work practices qualified and authorized workers
should use when working on or near exposed electrical equipment. This
course is aimed at employees who work regularly with electrical equipment,
including equipment maintenance and repair, and can assist the employer in
meeting OSHAs electrical safety requirements for qualified workers.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes

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Topic
Emergency Response

Emergency Response

Active Shooter (A.L.I.C.E.)

Basic First Aid - Cal/OSHA


There may be a situation that arises at work where a coworker is injured and
needs immediate medical help. In California, if there is no hospital or health
clinic near your workplace, there must be a person who is properly trained to
render first aid. This course will teach employees the basics of first aid
procedures and how to apply them to real-world scenarios. Employees will
learn their legal responsibilities as a first aid provider, how to identify different
types of medical emergencies and the proper steps to take, and how to react
in specific environmental conditions like extreme heat and cold.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 35 minutes

Active shooter incidents have become a growing source of concern in recent


years. This course is designed to help learners in any industry recognize
recommended actions to take in an active shooter event, as well as common
secondary hazards and recommended actions. This course focuses on the
A.L.I.C.E. program (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, and Evacuate) for
reacting to an active shooter situation. While the A.L.I.C.E. program is a good
set of guidelines for active, healthy adults, it may not be suitable for all people
in all situations. SafetySkills assumes no liability for any injuries or damage
that could occur while attempting these techniques.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 27 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Basic First Aid


Emergencies can happen any time, any place. In any industry, on any given
day, there could be a situation that arises at work where a coworker is injured
and needs immediate medical help. When this happens, it is essential that
employees know how to respond appropriately, render aid, and obtain higher
levels of care. This course will teach employees the basics of first aid
procedures and how to apply them to real-world scenarios. Employees will
learn their legal responsibilities as a first aid provider, how to identify different
types of medical emergencies and the proper steps to take, and how to react
in specific environmental conditions like extreme heat and cold. This
awareness-level course is intended for general-industry and office employees
who, during the course of their usual work routine, may be required to provide
basic medical aid to co-workers or others. While this course addresses OSHA
training requirements, there may be a site-specific training component
required that must be fulfilled by an employer. This course is presented in
English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 32 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Basic First Aid - Canada


Emergencies can happen any time, any place. In any industry, on any given
day, there could be a situation that arises at work where a coworker is injured
and needs immediate medical help. When this happens, it is essential that
employees know how to respond appropriately, render aid, and obtain higher
levels of care. This course will teach employees the basics of first aid
procedures and how to apply them to real-world scenarios. Employees will
learn their legal responsibilities as a first aid provider, how to identify different
types of medical emergencies and the proper steps to take, and how to react
in specific environmental conditions like extreme heat and cold. This
awareness-level course is intended for Canadian general-industry and office
employees who, during the course of their usual work routine, may be
required to provide basic medical aid to co-workers or others. This course is
intended to assist the employer in meeting OHS requirements.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 32 minutes

Basic First Aid - International


Emergencies can happen any time, any place. In any industry, on any given
day, there could be a situation that arises at work where a coworker is injured
and needs immediate medical help. When this happens, it is essential that
employees know how to respond appropriately, render aid, and obtain higher
levels of care. This course will teach employees the basics of first aid
procedures and how to apply them to real-world scenarios. Employees will
learn their responsibilities as a first aid provider, how to identify different types
of medical emergencies and the proper steps to take, and how to react in
specific environmental conditions like extreme heat and cold. This awarenesslevel course is intended for general-industry and office employees who, during
the course of their usual work routine, may be required to provide basic
medical aid to co-workers or others.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 32 minutes

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Emergency Response

Emergency Response

Basic First Aid for Oil and Gas Personnel

Bloodborne Pathogens - Cal/OSHA

Emergencies can happen any time in the oil and gas industry. On any given
day, there could be a situation that arises at work where a coworker is injured
and needs immediate medical help. When this happens, it is essential that
employees know how to respond appropriately, render aid, and obtain higher
levels of care. This course will teach employees the basics of first aid
procedures and how to apply them to real-world scenarios. Employees will
learn their legal responsibilities as a first aid provider, how to identify different
types of medical emergencies and the proper steps to take, and how to react
in specific environmental conditions like extreme heat and cold. This
awareness-level course is intended for oil and gas employees who, during the

Exposure to substances that could contain infectious agents is a common


worker hazard in the United States and abroad. Healthcare workers such as
physicians, nurses and technicians are commonly thought of as being at-risk;
however, building maintenance workers, social workers, food service and
housekeeping workers, childcare workers and teachers, administrative
personnel, and many other job types may also be at risk for exposure. The
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the California
Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA), recognize that many
employees come in contact with human blood or other potentially infectious
materials during daily duties and thus are potentially exposed to this
occupational hazard. Cal/OSHAs bloodborne pathogen standard has served
as the basis for implementing policies and practices to minimize workers risk
of exposure to BBP's, specifically to the Hepatitis B virus (HBV), the Hepatitis C
virus (HCV) and the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). This course will
teach employees about the hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the
workplace and the basic controls required under Cal/OSHAs bloodborne
pathogen standard. This course will teach employees about the hazards of
bloodborne pathogens in the workplace. Employees will learn how to identify
major bloodborne diseases and symptoms, how pathogens are transmitted
and the basics of exposure prevention and incident response and cleanup.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 37 minutes

Bloodborne Pathogens
Exposure to substances that could contain infectious agents is a common
worker hazard in the United States and abroad. Healthcare workers such as
physicians, nurses and technicians are commonly thought of as being at-risk;
however, building maintenance workers, social workers, food service and
housekeeping workers, childcare workers and teachers, administrative
personnel, and many other job types may also be at risk for exposure. The
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), recognizes that many
employees come in contact with human blood or other potentially infectious
materials during daily duties and thus are potentially exposed to this
occupational hazard. OSHAs bloodborne pathogen standard has served as
the basis for implementing policies and practices to minimize workers risk of
exposure to BBP's, specifically to the Hepatitis B virus (HBV), the Hepatitis C
virus (HCV) and the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). This course will
teach employees about the hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the
workplace and the basic controls required under OSHAs bloodborne
pathogen standard. This course will teach employees about the hazards of
bloodborne pathogens in the workplace. Employees will learn how to identify
major bloodborne diseases and symptoms, how pathogens are transmitted
and the basics of exposure prevention and incident response and cleanup.
This awareness-level course is designed for all workers who may be exposed
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 40 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 40 minutes

Bloodborne Pathogens - Canada

Exposure to substances that could contain infectious agents is a common


worker hazard. Healthcare workers such as physicians, nurses and technicians
are commonly thought of as being at-risk; however, building maintenance
workers, social workers, food service and housekeeping workers, childcare
workers and teachers, administrative personnel, and many other job types
may also be at risk for exposure. This course will teach employees about the
hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the workplace and the basic controls
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 40 minutes

99

Topic
Emergency Response

Emergency Response

Bloodborne Pathogens - International

CPR Refresher - International

Exposure to substances that could contain infectious agents is a common


worker hazard. Healthcare workers such as physicians, nurses and technicians
are commonly thought of as being at-risk; however, building maintenance
workers, social workers, food service and housekeeping workers, childcare
workers and teachers, administrative personnel, and many other job types
may also be at risk for exposure. This course will teach employees about the
hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the workplace and the basic controls.
This course will teach employees about the hazards of bloodborne pathogens
in the workplace. Employees will learn how to identify major bloodborne
diseases and symptoms, how pathogens are transmitted and the basics of
exposure prevention and incident response and cleanup. This awareness-level
course is designed for all workers who may be exposed to blood or other
potentially infectious materials (OPIM) at any time during the performance of
their regular job duties.

Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR, is a life-saving skill. As with any skill,


occasional practice and review is necessary to properly perform a skill. This
course will give employees who have already been trained to perform CPR a
review of CPR's major procedures. Employees will review how CPR works,
when CPR should be performed and how to properly perform it. This course is
designed for employees who have already been trained to perform CPR and
need a general review of the major CPR procedures. Employees that have
never been trained on CPR and require training should receive it from an
instructor in person.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 40 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 13 minutes

Emergency Action Plans for Office Employees

Campus Emergency Action Plans


Emergency events can happen any place, any time. Many colleges and
universities are required to have a written emergency action plan, and must
train employees over that plan. These plans, however, can often be long and
detailed, covering many different types of emergencies, which can make it
difficult for employees to understand the context of various policies and
procedures, and how their individual role fits into the larger plan. This
awareness-level course will provide a general overview of emergency action
plans and standard actions for employees to take during different types of
emergencies. The course includes information about different types of alarm
signals, common features of an emergency evacuation, and the proper
circumstances and methods for using a portable fire extinguisher. This course
is designed for all employees on college and university campuses. While this
course addressed OSHA training requirements, there may be a site-specific
training component required that must be fulfilled by an employer.

Emergency events can happen any place, any time. Many facilities are
required to have a written emergency action plan, and must train employees
over that plan. These plans, however, can often be long and detailed, covering
many different types of emergencies, which can make it difficult for
employees to understand the context of various policies and procedures, and
how their individual role fits into the larger plan. This awareness-level course
will provide a general overview of emergency action plans and standard
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 32 minutes

Emergency Response
CPR Refresher
Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR, is a life-saving skill. As with any skill,
occasional practice and review is necessary to properly perform a skill. This
course will give employees who have already been trained to perform CPR a
review of CPR's major procedures. Employees will review how CPR works,
when CPR should be performed and how to properly perform it. This course is
designed for employees who have already been trained to perform CPR and
need a general review of the major CPR procedures. Employees that have
never been trained on CPR and require training should receive it from an
instructor in person.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 13 minutes

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Unexpected emergencies can happen anytime, anyplace. While we can't


control when and where life-threatening emergencies happen, being prepared
can minimize property damage and will greatly reduce the chances of serious
injuries or death. This course will teach the average employee the basics of
what they should do in case of an emergency in the workplace. Employees will
learn how to identify the importance of a well-defined emergency response
plan and reporting emergencies, the components of an evacuation, and
identify emergency response actions. This course is intended for all general
industry and office employees, and assists employers in complying with
OSHAs requirements for emergency action plans.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 18 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Emergency Response - Canada

Emergency Response
Fire Safety - Cal/OSHA

Unexpected emergencies can happen anytime, anyplace. While we can't


control when and where life-threatening emergencies happen, being prepared
can minimize property damage and will greatly reduce the chances of serious
injuries or death. This course will teach the average employee the basics of
what they should do in case of an emergency in the workplace. Employees will
learn how to identify the importance of a well-defined emergency response
plan and reporting emergencies, the components of an evacuation, and
identify emergency response actions. This course is intended for all Canadian
general industry and office employees, and assists employers in complying
with OHS requirements for emergency action plans.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 18 minutes
Fire emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere, in any industry. Fires are
one of the most common emergencies to contend with in workplaces, and can
be one of the most harmful if not dealt with properly. This course should give
employees the knowledge to safely react and respond to a fire emergency in
their workplace. California employees will learn their responsibilities in a fire
emergency, how to identify different alarm signals, evacuation routes and
procedures, and fire extinguisher use. This course is intended for general-

Emergency Response - International


Unexpected emergencies can happen anytime, anyplace. While we can't
control when and where life-threatening emergencies happen, being prepared
can minimize property damage and will greatly reduce the chances of serious
injuries or death. This course will teach the average employee the basics of
what they should do in case of an emergency in the workplace. Employees will
learn how to identify the importance of a well-defined emergency response
plan and reporting emergencies, the components of an evacuation, and
identify emergency response actions. This course is intended for all general
industry and office employees.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 18 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 22 minutes

Fire Safety - Canadian


Fire emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere, in any industry. Fires are
one of the most common emergencies to contend with in workplaces, and can
be one of the most harmful if not dealt with properly. This course should give
employees the knowledge to safely react and respond to a fire emergency in
their workplace. Employees will learn their responsibilities in a fire emergency,
how to identify different alarm signals, evacuation routes and procedures, and
fire extinguisher use. This course is intended for all workers employed in
Canada. This course assists employers in meeting fire safety requirements
contained in provincial, territorial and federal OHS standards.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 20 minutes

Fire Safety
Fire emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere, in any industry. Fires are
one of the most common emergencies to contend with in workplaces, and can
be one of the most harmful if not dealt with properly. This course should give
employees the knowledge to safely react and respond to a fire emergency in
their workplace. Employees will learn their responsibilities in a fire emergency,
how to identify different alarm signals, evacuation routes and procedures, and
fire extinguisher use. This course is intended for general industry employees
who are required to understand their responsibilities in a fire emergency. This
course assists employers in meeting fire safety standards required by OSHA,
however there may also be a site-specific training component required that
must be fulfilled by an employer. This course is presented in English and
Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Fire Safety - International


Fire emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere, in any industry. Fires are
one of the most common emergencies to contend with in workplaces, and can
be one of the most harmful if not dealt with properly. This course should give
employees the knowledge to safely react and respond to a fire emergency in
their workplace. Employees will learn their responsibilities in a fire emergency,
how to identify different alarm signals, evacuation routes and procedures, and
fire extinguisher use. This course is intended for general industry employees
who are required to understand their responsibilities in a fire emergency.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 20 minutes

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Topic
Emergency Response

Emergency Response

Fire Safety in Retail

Lost Child/Code Adam

Fire emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere, in any industry. Fires are
one of the most common emergencies to contend with in workplaces, and can
be one of the most harmful if not dealt with properly. Fires in retail and
grocery settings can be particularly dangerous because customers and guests
will be unfamiliar with the facilitys fire safety plan. This course should give
employees the knowledge to safely react and respond to a fire emergency in
their workplace. Employees will learn their responsibilities in a fire emergency,
how to identify different alarm signals, evacuation routes and procedures, and
fire extinguisher use. This course is intended for retail and grocery employees
who are required to understand their responsibilities in a fire emergency. This
course assists employers in meeting fire safety standards required by OSHA,
however there may also be a site-specific training component required that
must be fulfilled by an employer.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 31 minutes

Lost children are a common occurrence in stores, entertainment centers,


amusement parks, hospitals, museums, and many other spaces frequented by
children and their families. Lost children can injure themselves, damage
equipment and merchandise, or even be abducted or abused. The most
important things in a lost child situation are to have a plan in place, and to be
sure all employees understand their role and are ready to spring into action
quickly when a child is reported missing. Code Adam is a simple, standardized
set of procedures for locating a child in a missing place that is used by over
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 23 minutes

Fire Safety in the Hospitality Industry


Fire emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere, in any industry. Fires are
one of the most common emergencies to contend with in workplaces, and can
be one of the most harmful if not dealt with properly. Fires in hospitality and
food service settings can be particularly dangerous because guests and
visitors will be unfamiliar with the facilitys fire safety plan. This course should
give employees the knowledge to safely react and respond to a fire
emergency in their workplace. Employees will learn their responsibilities in a
fire emergency, how to identify different alarm signals, evacuation routes and
procedures, and fire extinguisher use. This course is intended for hospitality
and food service employees who are required to understand their
responsibilities in a fire emergency. This course assists employers in meeting
fire safety standards required by OSHA, however there may also be a sitespecific training component required that must be fulfilled by an employer.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 28 minutes

Portable Fire Extinguisher Techniques on Oil and Gas


Sites
Fires can inspire panic, and reviewing how to use a fire extinguisher
beforehand can save precious seconds that could make all the difference in an
emergency. Employees who successfully complete this course will
demonstrate knowledge of how and when to use different types of portable
fire extinguishers. Employees will learn to recognize when to use a portable
fire extinguisher, the various types of fire extinguishers, and the steps of the
PASS technique. This course is designed for employees in the oil and gas
industry who may use a fire extinguisher, and should assist the employer in
meeting OSHAs standard on portable fire extinguishers.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 12 minutes

Fire Safety On Campus


Fire emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere, even on campus. Fires are
one of the most common emergencies to contend with in both homes and
workplaces, and can be one of the most harmful if not dealt with properly. This
course should give students and employees the knowledge to safely react and
respond to a fire emergency on campus. Learners will find out about their
responsibilities in a fire emergency, how to identify different alarm signals,
evacuation routes and procedures, and fire extinguisher use. This course is
intended for college and university employees, students and volunteers who
are required to understand their responsibilities in a fire emergency. This
course assists employers in meeting fire safety standards required by OSHA,
however there may also be a site-specific training component required that
must be fulfilled by an employer.

Portable Fire Extinguishers


Fires can inspire panic, and reviewing how to use a fire extinguisher
beforehand can save precious seconds that could make all the difference in an
emergency. Employees who successfully complete this course will
demonstrate knowledge of how and when to use different types of portable
fire extinguishers. Employees will learn to recognize when to use a portable
fire extinguisher, the three types of fire extinguishers, and the steps of the
PASS technique. This course is designed for employees in any industry who
may use a fire extinguisher, and should assist the employer in meeting OSHAs
standard on portable fire extinguishers.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 31 minutes

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Emergency Response
Portable Fire Extinguishers - Canada

Employee Security
Active Shooter (A.L.I.C.E.)

Fires can inspire panic, and reviewing how to use a fire extinguisher
beforehand can save precious seconds that could make all the difference in an
emergency. Employees who successfully complete this course will
demonstrate knowledge of how and when to use different types of portable
fire extinguishers. Employees will learn to recognize when to use a portable
fire extinguisher, the three types of fire extinguishers, and the steps of the
PASS technique. This course is designed for Canadian employees in any
industry who may use a fire extinguisher, and should assist the employer in
meeting provincial, territorial and federal OHS standards on portable fire
extinguishers.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 12 minutes

Safety and Health Awareness for Oil Spill Cleanup


Workers
Oil spill cleanup is a messy business, but one that can save and revitalize an
areas ecosystem. Learners that complete this course will receive an overview
detailing possible hazards associated with oil spill cleanup work, specifically in
the U.S. Gulf Coast region. This training is based on materials developed by
the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, together with OSHA,
which focus on the necessary hazard awareness and safety training for all oil
spill workers. This course is designed for all individuals who will participate or
are already are participating in oil spill cleanup work, and who will have
minimal contact oil with spill products.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 62 minutes

Active shooter incidents have become a growing source of concern in recent


years. This course is designed to help learners in any industry recognize
recommended actions to take in an active shooter event, as well as common
secondary hazards and recommended actions. This course focuses on the
A.L.I.C.E. program (Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, and Evacuate) for
reacting to an active shooter situation. While the A.L.I.C.E. program is a good
set of guidelines for active, healthy adults, it may not be suitable for all people
in all situations. SafetySkills assumes no liability for any injuries or damage
that could occur while attempting these techniques.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 27 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Active Shooter On Campus (A.L.I.C.E.)


Active shooter incidents on campuses have become a growing source of
concern in recent years. This course is designed to help learners recognize
recommended actions to take in an active shooter event, as well as common
secondary hazards and recommended actions. This course focuses on the
A.L.I.C.E. program for reacting to an active shooter situation. It is intended for
all students, employees and volunteers in education settings.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes

Spill Response for Oil and Gas Personnel


Oil and gas exploration and production sites carry a risk of causing harm to
public health or the environment in the form of spills and other releases. While
oil and gas companies will have very specific protocol for dealing with
emergency releases, field personnel are often responsible for responding to
smaller, incidental releases. Learners who successfully complete this course
will demonstrate the ability to identify the difference between incidental and
emergency releases, identify recommended release-prevention measures,
and identify proper incident-release response measures. This course is
intended for oil and gas employees that may come across a spill while
working on the job, and can help employers comply with the Oil Pollution Act
and EPA regulations on spill prevention and control.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 17 minutes

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Conflict Resolution Strategies


Conflict is part of human nature. We all see things at least a bit differently from
each other, and when we care a lot about those things, were often willing to
argue, or even fight, for what we believe. Learners who successfully complete
this course will demonstrate knowledge of how to dispute causes, potential
dispute consequences, general types of conflict resolution programs, ThomasKilmann categories of conflict coping strategies, common bargaining styles
and their benefits, and methods for practicing negotiation and mediation in
the workplace. This course is designed to help managers, supervisors and HR
professionals create conflict resolution strategies for their workplace.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 105 minutes

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Topic
Employee Security

Employee Security

Customer Violence in the Retail Environment

Emergency Action Plans for Office Employees

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) estimates nearly 2


million workers are involved in a violent incident at work in any given year.
These incidents can range anywhere from verbal abuse to life-threatening
physical attacks. This course is designed to help employees understand how
to identify and respond to the types of violence they might encounter on the
job. After successfully completing this course, the learner should know how to
identify and properly handle shoplifters, robbers, abusive customers, and
other workplace violence risks. This course is designed for all retail and
grocery employees and features examples and scenarios unique to the retail
environment.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 18 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Emergency events can happen any place, any time. Many facilities are
required to have a written emergency action plan, and must train employees
over that plan. These plans, however, can often be long and detailed, covering
many different types of emergencies, which can make it difficult for
employees to understand the context of various policies and procedures, and
how their individual role fits into the larger plan. This awareness-level course
will provide a general overview of emergency action plans and standard
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes

Drug Free Workplace


Loss Prevention in Retail Sales

The term drug abuse often conjures-up images of junkies lurking in back
alleys and crack houses, but most drug users are actively employed.
Substance abuse is a problem that can seriously affect the safety of all
employees in the workplace. This course will teach employees about the
importance of keeping drugs out of the workplace and what they can do to
help. Employees will learn about the impact of drug and alcohol abuse in U.S.
workplaces, how to identify the elements of a drug-free workplace program
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 23 minutes

Theft and other forms of shrinkage are a major problem for the retail industry,
costing American businesses over $30 billion every year. Loss prevention is an
important aspect of working in a retail or grocery setting, so it is important for
employees to understand the goals of loss prevention and their role in the
stores loss prevention program. When this course is complete, the learner
should be able to recognize common types of internal and external theft and
appropriate responses. This course is designed for retail and grocery
employees and features scenarios and examples relevant to the retail
industry.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 17 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Employee Security
Sexual Harassment and Discrimination for Employees

Employee Security
Suspicious Packages

Sexual harassment and discrimination are concerns for every business that
has more than one employee. When sexual harassment or discrimination
occurs in the workplace, it can create many problems for the victim, coworkers, and the company. This course will teach employees about sexual
harassment and discrimination and what to do if they become a victim.
Employees will learn to identify the three major types of sexual harassment
and what constitutes discrimination, and the proper procedures for reporting a
sexual harassment or discrimination incident. This course is intended for all
employees in all industries, and will help employers comply with U.S. antidiscrimination laws.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 25 minutes

Sexual Harassment and Discrimination in California for


Employees
Sexual harassment and discrimination are concerns for every business that
has more than one employee. When sexual harassment or discrimination
occurs in the workplace, it can create many problems for the victim, coworkers, and the company. This course will teach employees about sexual
harassment and discrimination and what to do if they become a victim.
Employees will learn to identify the three major types of sexual harassment
and what constitutes discrimination, and the proper procedures for reporting a
sexual harassment or discrimination incident. This course is intended for all
employees in California in any industry, and will help employers comply with
U.S. and Californian anti-discrimination laws.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 25 minutes

College and university campuses handle and process a huge amount of mail
and packages. While the vast majority of these items will be harmless, they
may occasionally be dangerous. Hostile individuals might send malicious
packages intended to harm the recipient, and some individuals, particularly
students, may intentionally or unintentionally attempt to send or receive
packages containing hazardous or illegal substances. This course is designed
to teach learners to identify suspicious packages and respond to them
appropriately. It is intended for any personnel on college or university
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes

Violence in the Workplace


Workplace violence can unexpectedly occur in any workplace setting. It is
estimated that almost 2 million Americans are victims of some form of
workplace violence each year. Most instances of workplace violence do not
end in homicide. Unfortunately, workplace violence is a real, significant threat
to workers health and safety. This course will teach employees the major
causes and types of workplace violence, their warning signs and how to
prevent it. Employees will learn to define workplace violence, the different
types and sources, and the methods used to prevent workplace violence
according to OSHA recommendations and other sources. This course is
intended for employees in all industries.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes

Environmental Management
Air Permitting Awareness for Oil and Gas Personnel
Situational Awareness-Business Travel
Many employees travel for work, some on a regular basis. However, travel can
sometimes be rough, particularly for those who arent prepared. Taking time
to plan makes trips safer and more productive, not to mention more pleasant
in general. This course will teach employees how to be aware of their
surroundings and anticipate potential hazards while traveling. Employees will
learn to describe situational hazards in airports, while driving, and in hotels
and get advice on how to minimize or eliminate those hazards. This course is
intended for employees who, as part of their regular work duties, are required
to travel.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 16 minutes

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Oil and gas production and exploration are important tasks, but the process of
getting them out of the ground and the equipment used to get it can create
pollutants, including air pollution. Learners who successfully complete this
course will display the ability to recognize relevant air-permitting laws,
relevant air pollutants, different types of air permits and universal
requirements for air permitting programs. This course is designed for oil and
gas industry field workers who may have incidental roles in the
implementation and administration of their companys air permitting
programs. This course can partially assist employers in complying with Title V
of the Clean Air Act.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 23 minutes

105

Topic
Environmental Management

Environmental Management

Energy Efficiency at Home

Hazardous Waste Awareness

A lot of people associate the concept of going green with environmentalism,


which means using less energy and producing less pollution solely for the
environmental benefit. However, using less energy and creating less waste
can be financially beneficial, too. A few small changes at home can drastically
reduce energy bills while benefitting the environment. Learners who
successfully complete this course should be able to recognize common causes
for poor energy efficiency in residential homes, and the Environmental
Protection Agency's recommended measures for improvement. This course is
designed for all homeowners and/or those interested in improving the energy
efficiency in a living space.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Environmental


Protection Agency (EPA) have very stringent requirements for hazardous waste
storage, handling and transportation. Not disposing of waste properly could
result in a hefty fine, in addition to potential environmental damage. This
course will teach employees their responsibilities when dealing with
hazardous waste at work. Employees will learn how to identify and describe
the basics of federal hazardous waste regulation, define hazardous waste,
and the different generator status categories. This course is intended for
employees who, during their regular work duties, are required to work with or
around hazardous waste. This course can assist employers in meeting OSHA
and EPA requirements on hazardous waste.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 19 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 15 minutes

Pollution Prevention Initiatives

Environmental Awareness
This course gives learners some of the skills necessary to anticipate sources of
pollution in daily operations and control them to prevent pollution. After
completing this course, learners will know how to identify the consequences
of water, air and land pollution, and common pollution prevention methods.
This course is intended for general industry employees who, during their
regular work duties, may cause water, air or land pollution. The employer may
also be interested in the Hazardous Waste Awareness, Universal Waste
Management, Used Oil Management, and Storm Water Pollution Prevention
for Industrial Operations courses.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 12 minutes

Facilities can produce a lot of waste and pollution. Renovations can produce a
large amount of dust, debris and noise, while construction can produce scrap
material, air pollution from heavy machinery, and stormwater runoff from sites
that can contaminate nearby rivers, lakes, and other water sources. Waste and
pollution production at federal facilities can be greatly reduced by using
pollution prevention, also known as P2, techniques. Learners who successfully
complete this course will possess awareness-level knowledge of pollution
prevention initiatives and their implementation in federal facilities. This course
is designed for all federal facility employees who may participate in a Pollution
Prevention program at some level, and can help agencies comply with the
1990 Pollution Prevention Act and Executive Order 13423.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes

Environmental Awareness - International

Safety and Health Awareness for Oil Spill Cleanup


Workers

This course gives learners some of the skills necessary to anticipate sources of
pollution in daily operations and control them to prevent pollution. After
completing this course, learners will know how to identify the consequences
of water, air and land pollution, and common pollution prevention methods.
This course is intended for general industry employees who, during their
regular work duties, may cause water, air or land pollution. The employer may
also be interested in the Hazardous Waste Awareness, Universal Waste
Management, Used Oil Management, and Storm Water Pollution Prevention
for Industrial Operations courses.

Oil spill cleanup is a messy business, but one that can save and revitalize an
areas ecosystem. Learners that complete this course will receive an overview
detailing possible hazards associated with oil spill cleanup work, specifically in
the U.S. Gulf Coast region. This training is based on materials developed by
the National Institute of Environmental Health Sciences, together with OSHA,
which focus on the necessary hazard awareness and safety training for all oil
spill workers. This course is designed for all individuals who will participate or
are already are participating in oil spill cleanup work, and who will have
minimal contact oil with spill products.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 12 minutes

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Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 62 minutes

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Topic
Environmental Management
Spill Prevention, Contingency and Countermeasures for
Oil and Gas Operations
Our society largely runs on oil and gas, and its incredibly useful, but
uncontrolled spills can lead to significant environmental damage and heavy
fines to those responsible. Learners who successfully complete this course will
have identified the need for an SPCC plan, its necessary components,
common sources of spills on oil and gas sites and their required and
recommended prevention and remediation measures. This course is meant to
give general guidance to oil and gas industry employees who may be required
to participate in the execution of a site-specific SPCC plan in the workplace.
Employers must give further instruction on site-specific plans and procedures.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes

Environmental Management
Universal Waste Management
Consumers and businesses use and throw away thousands of tons of material
every day. When items like batteries, fluorescent light bulbs, and unused
pesticides are dumped in landfills with the rest of the trash, they can create a
hazard to the environment and those of us who live in it. To help reduce the
amount of hazardous and toxic waste in landfills and the environment, the EPA
has created the Universal Waste Regulation. Learners who successfully
complete this course will be able to recognize different types of universal
waste, and their proper handling and disposal. This course is intended for
employees in all industries who are required to handle or dispose of materials
classified as universal waste by OSHA.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 12 minutes

Used Oil Management

Spill Response for Oil and Gas Personnel


Oil and gas exploration and production sites carry a risk of causing harm to
public health or the environment in the form of spills and other releases. While
oil and gas companies will have very specific protocol for dealing with
emergency releases, field personnel are often responsible for responding to
smaller, incidental releases. Learners who successfully complete this course
will demonstrate the ability to identify the difference between incidental and
emergency releases, identify recommended release-prevention measures,
and identify proper incident-release response measures. This course is
intended for oil and gas employees that may come across a spill while
working on the job, and can help employers comply with the Oil Pollution Act
and EPA regulations on spill prevention and control.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 17 minutes

Oil is one of the most common chemicals used in both commercial and
consumer machinery. Its absolutely necessary as a lubricant for all types of
engines, and when refined it yields gasoline, which makes those engines run
in the first place. Unfortunately, oil can be hazardous to the environment. One
gallon of oil can contaminate over a million gallons of fresh water. The
negative impact of used oil on our environment is simply too great not to be
taken seriously. This course is designed to provide the learner with skills to
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 12 minutes

Equipment and Tool Safety


Storm Water Pollution Prevention for Industrial
Operations

Aerial Lift Safety

Storm water pollution is a problem at virtually all facilities, whether industrial,


retail, or even at home and on public ground. This course will teach
employees about the problem of storm water pollution and how to prevent it.
Employees will learn to identify major points of storm water pollution and its
impact, how storm water carries pollution, and the importance of their role in
carrying out storm water pollution prevention best management practices.
This course is intended for employees and health and safety officers at small
to medium-sized companies that want to comply with EPA regulations on
storm water discharge and pollution prevention.

Aerial lifts are typically used to provide workers with access to a workspace
that is temporarily inaccessible, usually due to height restraints. They are used
in maintenance and construction work, but also by emergency rescue
personnel. Learners who successfully complete this course will be able to
identify the types of aerial lifts, their uses, the difference between a qualified
and unqualified person, and identify the hazards and safe work practices
associated with aerial lifts. This course is intended for workers in general
industry or construction who may need to work with or around aerial lifts and
can help employers comply with OSHA regulations on aerial lifts.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 30 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 15 minutes

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Topic
Equipment and Tool Safety

Equipment and Tool Safety

Chainsaw Safety for Oil and Gas Personnel

Forklift Operator Training - Fundamentals - Cal/OSHA

Preparing a site for an oil or gas rig begins with clearing the area of obstacles,
including trees and other vegetation, usually by using a chainsaw. However,
chainsaws can be extremely dangerous pieces of equipment. Chainsaws
cause about 28,000 injuries each year and some are severely debilitating.
Fortunately, there are a few simple precautions that can make using
chainsaws a safer task. Workers who successfully complete this course will be
able to identify the recommended procedures to take before and during
chainsaw operations and the appropriate personal protective equipment used
in chainsaw operations. This course also references OSHAs regulations on
chainsaw use.

Forklifts are commonplace in many Californian workplaces, and many may


think driving a forklift is just like driving a car. Unfortunately, forklift accidents
are common, including collisions, pinches, roll-overs, and accidents involving
loads or even pedestrians. However, proper training in operation and safe
work practices can avoid most accidents. This course informs employees
about a forklifts instruments and controls, common hazards associated with
forklift operation and Cal/OSHA-required safe work practices for forklift
operation. This course is designed for Californian employees who are required
to drive a forklift or other powered industrial truck as part of their normal job
duties, and helps employers cover OSHA and Cal/OSHAs classroom training
requirements for operating forklifts. Employees will also require in-person
training from their employer before being authorized to operate a forklift.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 12 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 24 minutes

Compressed Gas Safety


Compressed gas cylinders are designed to hold gases under extremely high
pressures in a relatively small container. But this convenience also presents
physical, explosive, toxic, corrosive and cryogenic dangers. This course should
help employees learn how to identify the hazards of compressed gases and
compressed gas cylinders, labeling and storage requirements for cylinders,
and how to implement safe work practices. This course is intended for
employees who use or work near compressed gases on a regular basis, and is
designed to help employers meet the requirements of OSHAs compressed
gas standards.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Compressed Gas Safety - International

Golf Cart Safety


Golf carts are increasingly popular on college and university campuses
because they are affordable, efficient, and clean. Unfortunately their sporty
origins and amusing depictions in television and movie comedies have given
them a reputation as fun, casual vehicles, causing many people to overlook
their inherent risks. The Consumer Products Safety Commission estimates that
there are approximately 15,000 emergency room visits each year for injuries
related to the use of a golf cart. This course will help the learner to identify
best practices for using a golf cart or low speed vehicle on the job. It is
designed for any university employees who will drive golf carts, utility carts, or
low speed vehicles in the course of their duties.

Compressed gas cylinders are designed to hold gases under extremely high
pressures in a relatively small container. But this convenience also presents
physical, explosive, toxic, corrosive and cryogenic dangers. This course should
help employees learn how to identify the hazards of compressed gases and
compressed gas cylinders, labeling and storage requirements for cylinders,
and how to implement safe work practices. This course is intended for
employees who use or work near compressed gases on a regular basis.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 26 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 16 minutes

Hand and Power Tool Safety


Compressed Gases Awareness - Cal/OSHA
Compressed gas cylinders are designed to hold gases under extremely high
pressures in a relatively small container. But this convenience also presents
physical, explosive, toxic, corrosive and cryogenic dangers. This course should
help employees learn how to identify the hazards of compressed gases and
compressed gas cylinders, labeling and storage requirements for cylinders,
and how to implement safe work practices. This course is intended for
employees in California who use or work near compressed gases on a regular
basis, and is designed to help employers meet the requirements of OSHA and
Cal/OSHAs compressed gas standards.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 16 minutes

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Tools are such a common part of our lives that its difficult to remember that
they may pose potential hazards to our safety. This course will teach
employees the importance of hand and power tool safety and how to achieve
it. Employees who successfully complete this course should learn the common
hazards of different types of hand and power tools, including electrical,
pneumatic, hydraulic and abrasive-wheel tools and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. This course is intended for general industry
employees who, as part of their regular work duties, are required to use or
work around hand and power tools. This course can assist employers with
meeting regulations outlined in OSHAs regulations on hand and power tools.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 24 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Topic
Equipment and Tool Safety

Equipment and Tool Safety

Hand and Power Tool Safety - Cal/OSHA

Hand and Power Tools for the Oil and Gas Industry

Tools are such a common part of our lives that its difficult to remember that
they may pose potential hazards to our safety. This course will teach
employees the importance of hand and power tool safety and how to achieve
it. Employees who successfully complete this course should learn the common
hazards of different types of hand and power tools, including electrical,
pneumatic, hydraulic and abrasive-wheel tools and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. This course is intended for California employees who,
as part of their regular work duties, are required to use or work around hand
and power tools. This course is provided to assist the employer in meeting the
requirements of Cal/OSHA Standard 8 CCR Section 3556 and OSHA Standards
29 CFR 1910.241244. While this course addresses OSHA and Cal/OSHA
training requirements, there may be a site-specific training component
required that must be fulfilled by an employer.

Tools are such a common part of our lives that its difficult to remember that
they may pose potential hazards to our safety. This course will teach
employees the importance of hand and power tool safety and how to achieve
it. Employees who successfully complete this course should learn the common
hazards of different types of hand and power tools, including electrical,
pneumatic, hydraulic and abrasive-wheel tools and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. This course is intended for oil and gas employees
who, as part of their regular work duties, are required to use or work around
hand and power tools. This course can assist employers with meeting
regulations outlined in OSHAs regulations on hand and power tools.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 32 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 24 minutes

Kitchen Equipment Safety

Hand and Power Tool Safety - Canada


Tools are such a common part of our lives that its difficult to remember that
they may pose potential hazards to our safety. This course will teach
employees the importance of hand and power tool safety and how to achieve
it. Employees who successfully complete this course should learn the common
hazards of different types of hand and power tools, including electrical,
pneumatic, hydraulic and abrasive-wheel tools and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. This course is intended for general industry
employees in Canada who, as part of their regular work duties, are required to
use or work around hand and power tools. This course is provided to assist
the employer in meeting the requirements of OHS laws.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 24 minutes

Working in a commercial kitchen can be fast-paced, exciting and rewarding.


Unfortunately, much of the equipment used in kitchens can be hazardous to
workers if not used properly. In addition to expected hazards such as cuts and
burns, there are also hazards that workers often overlook, such as the risks of
carbon monoxide poisoning. It is important for kitchen workers to be able to
recognize the hazards in their kitchen and identify proper techniques for
protecting against them. After successfully completing this course, the learner
should be able to recognize common hazards presented by the various types
of equipment found in commercial kitchens including knives, powered cutting
and mixing equipment, and heated cooking and cleaning equipment. This
course is intended for all employees who work in commercial kitchens.
Employers may also be interested in our Food Safety course, which covers
safe food handling and the FDAs Food Code.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 28 minutes

Ladder Safety
Hand and Power Tool Safety - International
Tools are such a common part of our lives that its difficult to remember that
they may pose potential hazards to our safety. This course will teach
employees the importance of hand and power tool safety and how to achieve
it. Employees who successfully complete this course should learn the common
hazards of different types of hand and power tools, including electrical,
pneumatic, hydraulic and abrasive-wheel tools and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. This course is intended for general industry
employees who, as part of their regular work duties, are required to use or
work around hand and power tools.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 24 minutes

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Ladders are one of the most common and simple tools people use on the job.
Its easy to forget that they can also be extremely dangerous. Each year in the
United States, accidents involving ladders cause approximately 300 deaths
and 130,000 injuries requiring emergency medical attention. This course
should assist learners in recognizing hazards of ladder use, different types of
ladders, and inspection requirements. This course is intended for employees
in any industry who use ladders at work on a regular basis, and will assist
employers in meeting OSHA standards on ladder safety. While this course
addresses OSHA training requirements, there may be a site-specific training
component required that must be fulfilled by an employer. This course is
presented in English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Topic
Equipment and Tool Safety

Equipment and Tool Safety

Ladder Safety - Cal/OSHA

Ladder Safety Oil & Gas Personnel

Ladders are one of the most common and simple tools people use on the job.
Its easy to forget that they can be extremely dangerous. Each year in the
United States, accidents involving ladders cause approximately 300 deaths
and 130,000 injuries requiring emergency medical attention. This course
should assist learners in recognizing hazards of ladder use, different types of
ladders, inspection requirement. This course is intended for employees in
California who use ladders at work on a regular basis, and will assist
employers in meeting Cal/OSHA and OSHA standards on ladder safety.

Ladders are one of the most common and simple tools people use on the job.
Its easy to forget that they can also be extremely dangerous. Each year in the
United States, accidents involving ladders cause approximately 300 deaths
and 130,000 injuries requiring emergency medical attention. This course
should assist learners in recognizing hazards of ladder use, different types of
ladders, and inspection requirements. This course is intended for employees
in the oil and gas industry who use ladders at work on a regular basis, and will
assist employers in meeting OSHA standards on ladder safety. While this
course addresses OSHA training requirements, there may be a site-specific
training component required that must be fulfilled by an employer.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 20 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 34 minutes

Ladder Safety - Canada


Ladders are one of the most common and simple tools people use on the job.
Its easy to forget that they can also be extremely dangerous. This course
should assist learners in recognizing hazards of ladder use, different types of
ladders, and inspection requirements. This course is intended for employees
in any industry who use ladders at work on a regular basis, and will assist
employers in meeting OSH standards on ladder safety. While this course
addresses OSH training requirements, there may be a site-specific training
component required that must be fulfilled by an employer.

Laser Safety

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 20 minutes

Ladder Safety - International


Ladders are one of the most common and simple tools people use on the job.
Its easy to forget that they can also be extremely dangerous. This course
should assist learners in recognizing hazards of ladder use, different types of
ladders, and inspection requirements. This course is intended for employees
in any industry who use ladders at work on a regular basis.

Lasers are powerful tools that are now used in many medical and industrial
applications, with more being conceived and developed all the time. While
lasers are generally safe to use, they do pose several hazards to workers. This
course is designed to give employees the basic knowledge and skills needed
to work safely with and around lasers. When this course is over, the learner
should be able to identify the basic types and components of lasers, the
hazards associated with laser operation, and the controls used to eliminate or

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 20 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 22 minutes

Ladder Safety in the Retail Industry


Ladders are one of the most common and simple tools people use on the job.
Its easy to forget that they can also be extremely dangerous. Each year in the
United States, accidents involving ladders cause approximately 300 deaths
and 130,000 injuries requiring emergency medical attention. This course
should assist learners in recognizing hazards of ladder use, different types of
ladders, and inspection requirements. This course is intended for employees
in the retail and grocery industry who use ladders at work on a regular basis,
and will assist employers in meeting OSHA standards on ladder safety. While
this course addresses OSHA training requirements, there may be a sitespecific training component required that must be fulfilled by an employer.

Lawn Mower and Lawn Care Safety


For most people, lawn mower safety is a matter of common sense. Lawn care
equipment is pretty standard, and most people get along with it just fine. Most
of us understand there is a whirling blade under there that can cut through us
just the same as it can cut through grass and that trimmers and edgers can cut
through skin or launch projectiles. However, accidents do happen and people
can still be injured while trying to maintain lawn equipment. Learners who
complete this course will receive information on the common hazards
associated with lawn care equipment and recommended safe operation
practices.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 18 minutes

110

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 6 minutes

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Equipment and Tool Safety

Equipment and Tool Safety

Lockout/Tagout

Lockout/Tagout Simulation: Compressors

Lockout/tagout is a system that helps ensure workers stay safe while servicing
or repairing equipment by making it physically impossible for that equipment
to run or move. This course will teach employees how lockout/tagout
programs work and the different roles workers must play to make them
successful. Employees will learn to identify the importance of proper
lockout/tagout procedures, what workers are authorized to perform those
procedures, lock and tag systems used for lockout/tagout, and the special
provisions of lockout/tagout programs. This course is intended for employees
who, during their regular work duties, are required to perform lockout/tagout
procedures, and for employees who work on equipment that is subject to
regular maintenance or repair requiring lockout/tagout. This course is
presented in English and Spanish.

Lockout/tagout is a system that helps ensure workers stay safe while servicing
or repairing equipment by making it physically impossible for that equipment
to run or move. This simulation will give employees a basic idea of the
necessary steps to safely isolate a gas compressor system. Learners who
successfully complete this simulation will display the ability to recognize the
hazards of isolating a section of pipeline for repair and how to safely do so
using proper lockout/tagout techniques. This course is designed for oil and
gas industry field employees who will participate in lockout/tagout procedures
involving gas compressor system isolation and repair/maintenance.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 5 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 19 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Lockout/Tagout - Canada

Lockout/Tagout Simulation: Pipeline

Lockout/tagout is a system that helps ensure workers stay safe while servicing
or repairing equipment by making it physically impossible for that equipment
to run or move. This course will teach employees how lockout/tagout
programs work and the different roles workers must play to make them
successful. Employees will learn to identify the importance of proper
lockout/tagout procedures, what workers are authorized to perform those
procedures, lock and tag systems used for lockout/tagout, and the special
provisions of lockout/tagout programs. This course is intended for employees
in Canada who, during their regular work duties, are required to perform
lockout/tagout procedures, and for employees who work on equipment that is
subject to regular maintenance or repair requiring lockout/tagout.

Lockout/tagout is a system that helps ensure workers stay safe while servicing
or repairing equipment by making it physically impossible for that equipment
to run or move. This simulation will give employees a basic idea of the
necessary steps to safely isolate a section of pipe. Learners who successfully
complete this simulation will display the ability to recognize the hazards of
isolating a section of pipeline for repair and how to safely do so using proper
lockout/tagout techniques. This course is designed for oil and gas industry
field employees who will participate in lockout/tagout procedures involving
pipeline isolation and repair/maintenance.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 19 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 5 minutes

Lockout/Tagout - International
Lockout/tagout is a system that helps ensure workers stay safe while servicing
or repairing equipment by making it physically impossible for that equipment
to run or move. This course will teach employees how lockout/tagout
programs work and the different roles workers must play to make them
successful. Employees will learn to identify the importance of proper
lockout/tagout procedures, what workers are authorized to perform those
procedures, lock and tag systems used for lockout/tagout, and the special
provisions of lockout/tagout programs. This course is intended for employees
who, during their regular work duties, are required to perform lockout/tagout
procedures, and for employees who work on equipment that is subject to
regular maintenance or repair requiring lockout/tagout.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 19 minutes

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Lockout/Tagout Simulation: Separator


Lockout/tagout is a system that helps ensure workers stay safe while servicing
or repairing equipment by making it physically impossible for that equipment
to run or move. This simulation will give employees a basic idea of the
necessary steps to safely isolate separator equipment. Learners who
successfully complete this simulation will display the ability to recognize the
hazards of isolating a section of pipeline for repair and how to safely do so
using proper lockout/tagout techniques. This course is designed for oil and
gas industry field employees who will participate in lockout/tagout procedures
involving separator equipment repair/maintenance.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 5 minutes

111

Topic
Equipment and Tool Safety

Equipment and Tool Safety

Machine Guarding

Machine Guarding for Oil and Gas Personnel

Moving machine parts have the potential to cause severe workplace injuries,
such as crushed fingers or hands, amputations, burns, or blindness. Any
machine part, function, or process that may cause injury must be safeguarded.
Employees who successfully complete this course will learn to define machine
guarding, locate fundamental machine areas, machine hazards, the types of
machine guards, and the types of machine devices. This course is intended for
employees who, during their regular work duties, are required to work with or
around machines equipped with guarded machinery, and can assist employers
in meeting the provisions of OSHAs Machinery and Machine Guarding
standard.

Moving machine parts have the potential to cause severe workplace injuries,
such as crushed fingers or hands, amputations, burns, or blindness. Any
machine part, function, or process that may cause injury must be safeguarded.
Employees who successfully complete this course will learn to define machine
guarding, locate fundamental machine areas, machine hazards, the types of
machine guards, and the types of machine devices. This course is intended for
oil and gas industry employees who, during their regular work duties, are
required to work with or around machines equipped with guarded machinery,
and can assist employers in meeting the provisions of OSHAs Machinery and
Machine Guarding standard.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 15 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 15 minutes

Machine Guarding - Canada

Overhead Crane Safety Hand Signals

Moving machine parts have the potential to cause severe workplace injuries,
such as crushed fingers or hands, amputations, burns, or blindness. Any
machine part, function, or process that may cause injury must be safeguarded.
Employees who successfully complete this course will learn to define machine
guarding, locate fundamental machine areas, machine hazards, the types of
machine guards, and the types of machine devices. This course is intended for
employees in Canada who, during their regular work duties, are required to
work with or around machines equipped with guarded machinery, and can
assist employers in meeting machine guarding requirements under provincial,
territorial and federal OHS programs.

Overhead cranes are designed to carry material all over large warehouses and
factory floors, making them a valuable time-saving tool. Controlling the crane
from one spot makes it difficult to see what the load is doing at all times,
though. Most crane operators usually have riggers directing their load, and
most will stay in contact via two-way radios or other electronic means, but
crane operators and riggers need to have a system of hand signals in case the
electronic systems break down. Designed for overhead and gantry crane
operators and riggers, this course will teach employees the standard OSHArecommended hand signals.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 9 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 15 minutes

Overhead, Gantry and Mobile Crane Safety

Machine Guarding - International


Moving machine parts have the potential to cause severe workplace injuries,
such as crushed fingers or hands, amputations, burns, or blindness. When the
operation of a machine or accidental contact can injure the operator or others
in the vicinity, the hazards must be eliminated or controlled. Employees who
successfully complete this course will learn to define machine guarding, locate
fundamental machine areas, machine hazards, the types of machine guards,
and the types of machine devices. This course is intended for those
employees who, during their regular work duties, are required to work with or
around machines equipped with guarded machinery.

When crane accidents occur they can be serious, causing crippling injury and
death for whoever happens to be around. This course will teach crane
operators, riggers and general floor employees the basics of overhead and
gantry crane safety. Employees who successfully complete this course will
learn how to identify the differences between overhead and gantry cranes,
how to recognize overhead and gantry crane hazards, and crane-related safe
work practices. This course is intended for employees who, during their
regular work duties, operate an overhead or gantry crane, or work in a facility
in which an overhead or gantry crane is in regular operation. This course can
help employers meet OSHAs regulations on overhead and gantry cranes.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 15 minutes

112

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 21 minutes

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Topic
Equipment and Tool Safety

Equipment and Tool Safety

Overhead, Gantry and Mobile Crane Safety - International

Scaffold Safety

When crane accidents occur they can be serious, causing crippling injury and
death for whoever happens to be around. This course will teach crane
operators, riggers and general floor employees the basics of overhead and
gantry crane safety. Employees who successfully complete this course will
learn how to identify the differences between overhead and gantry cranes,
how to recognize overhead and gantry crane hazards, and crane-related safe
work practices. This course is intended for employees who, during their
regular work duties, operate an overhead or gantry crane, or work in a facility
in which an overhead or gantry crane is in regular operation.

Scaffolding is a very versatile and useful tool for construction or repair of


buildings. It can be assembled and disassembled easily and can be built very
tall or wide, depending on the buildings shape. But as with any tool, using
scaffolding requires care and knowledge. This course will teach employees
the basics of staying safe while working on scaffolds. Employees will learn the
definition of a scaffold, the potential hazards of working on a scaffold like falls,
electrocution and scaffold collapse and major hazard control methods. This
course is intended for employees who are required to perform work on
scaffolds. This course can help employers comply with OSHAs safety
requirements for scaffolding.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 21 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 12 minutes

Scaffold Safety - Canada


Physical Hazards in Laboratories and Research Facilities
Laboratories and research facilities are an important aspect of many
institutions of higher learning. Unfortunately they can also pose a number of
hazards to students and laboratory workers. Chemical, biological and
radiological hazards all might come to mind, but in fact statistically the largest
category of hazards for laboratory workers is the same as for workers in all
other industries: physical hazards. Physical hazards are conditions or
situations that could cause physical forces to act on the body or the
environment in a harmful manner. This course will teach the learner to
recognize the most common types of physical hazards in laboratories and
their controls, including equipment hazards, environmental hazards such as
radiation and noise exposure, and glassware and sharps hazards. This course
is designed for all employees and students working in a laboratory or research
setting.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 44 minutes

Scaffolding is a very versatile and useful tool for construction or repair of


buildings. It can be assembled and disassembled easily and can be built very
tall or wide, depending on the buildings shape. But as with any tool, using
scaffolding requires care and knowledge. This course will teach employees
the basics of staying safe while working on scaffolds. Employees will learn the
definition of a scaffold, the potential hazards of working on a scaffold like falls,
electrocution and scaffold collapse and major hazard control methods. This
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 12 minutes

Rigging Safety for Oil & Gas Operations

Struck By and Caught Between Injuries for Construction

Rigging in the foundation of many hoisting and lifting operations in the oil and
gas industry, but it does come with some significant hazards, such as tipovers,
contact with electric lines and falling loads. Workers who successfully
complete this course will be able to identify the requirements of a qualified
rigger and operator and the qualifications of each. The learner will also learn
about the different types of cranes and other hoisting equipment and their
functions, how to conduct inspections, how to rig, lift, and land a load, and
occupational hazards in rigging operations and how to avoid them. This
courses references OSHA regulations on rigging and lifting objects.

Construction work can be a dangerous occupation. Struck-by and caughtbetween injuries are especially dangerous because they tend to consistently
cause serious injuries. Workers who know the hazards and remember to stay
alert can avoid many accidents at their work site. Learners who successfully
complete this course will be able to recognize common stuck by/caught
between hazards associated with work in the construction industry and their
recommended safe work practices. This course is designed for all employees
in the construction industry who will come in contact with struck by/caught
between hazards.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 37 minutes

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Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 13 minutes

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Topic
Equipment and Tool Safety

Fall Protection

Struck By/Caught Between for Well Completion

Fall Protection

Oil and gas exploration and production operations are at the core of the oil
and gas industry, but these operations can also be very dangerous. There are
plenty of machines, running motors, swinging parts and other equipment that
can strike, pinch or catch workers, causing severe injury. Workers who
successfully complete this course will be able to identify the struck by/caught
between hazards and controls of well completion, transporting rig and rigging
up, general servicing, special services, and work-over processes. This course
is designed for workers in the oil and gas industry who perform well
completion and servicing on oil and gas sites.

Falling is consistently one of the most common causes of workplace fatalities.


Falls from as little as 4 to 6 feet can cause serious injuries, sometimes death.
There are many different types of work and many different types of fall
hazards. This course will teach employees the importance and practice of
consistent fall protection. Employees will learn about fall hazards, how to
identify fall protection methods and various safe work practices. This course is
intended for employees who, during their regular job duties, work at heights
requiring fall protection.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 19 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 24 minutes

Fall Protection - Canada

Working With Lasers in Research and Education


Lasers are powerful tools that have many applications in scientific and medical
classrooms, laboratories and research facilities. They can also be extremely
hazardous if used incorrectly. This course is designed to provide the learner
with a basic overview of laser function and operation, their associated
hazards, and the safety measures that must be taken to control those hazards.
It is appropriate for all employees and students who will be working with or
around lasers in an educational or research environment. This course was
developed in accordance with the guidelines provided by the American
National Standards Institutes (ANSI) Safe Use of Lasers in Educational
Institutions standard.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes

Falling is consistently one of the most common causes of workplace fatalities.


Falls from as little as 4 to 6 feet can cause serious injuries, sometimes death.
There are many different types of work and many different types of fall
hazards. This course will teach employees the importance and practice of
consistent fall protection. Employees will learn about fall hazards, how to
identify fall protection methods and various safe work practices. This course is
intended for employees in Canada who, during their regular job duties, work
at heights requiring fall protection. This course will assist employers with
meeting provincial, territorial and federal OHS requirements.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 19 minutes

Fall Protection - International


FFalling is consistently one of the most common causes of workplace
fatalities. Falls from as little as 4 to 6 feet can cause serious injuries,
sometimes death. There are many different types of work and many different
types of fall hazards. This course will teach employees the importance and
practice of consistent fall protection. Employees will learn about fall hazards,
how to identify fall protection methods and various safe work practices. This
course is intended for employees in any industry who, during their regular job
duties, work at heights requiring fall protection.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 19 minutes

Fall Protection
Fall Protection Awareness - Cal/OSHA
Aerial Lift Safety
Aerial lifts are typically used to provide workers with access to a workspace
that is temporarily inaccessible, usually due to height restraints. They are used
in maintenance and construction work, but also by emergency rescue
personnel. Learners who successfully complete this course will be able to
identify the types of aerial lifts, their uses, the difference between a qualified
and unqualified person, and identify the hazards and safe work practices
associated with aerial lifts. This course is intended for workers in general
industry or construction who may need to work with or around aerial lifts and
can help employers comply with OSHA regulations on aerial lifts.

Falling is consistently one of the most common causes of workplace fatalities.


Falls from as little as 4 to 6 feet can cause serious injuries, sometimes death.
There are many different types of work and many different types of fall
hazards. This course will teach employees the importance and practice of
consistent fall protection. Employees will learn about fall hazards, how to
identify fall protection methods and various safe work practices. This course is
intended for employees in California who, during their regular job duties, work
at heights requiring fall protection. This course provides information to aid the
employer in meeting the training requirements of 8 CCR Section 3210, 8 CCR
Section 3622, and 29 CFR 1926.502. Hands-on training for personal fall arrest
systems will need to be provided by employers.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 15 minutes

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Fall Protection

Fall Protection for Upstream Oil and Gas Operations

Ladder Safety - Canada

Falling is consistently one of the most common causes of workplace fatalities.


Falls from as little as 4 to 6 feet can cause serious injuries, sometimes death.
There are many different types of work and many different types of fall
hazards. This course will teach employees the importance and practice of
consistent fall protection. Employees will learn about fall hazards, how to
identify fall protection methods and various safe work practices. This course is
intended for oil and gas employees who, during their regular job duties, work
at heights requiring fall protection. While this course addresses OSHA training
requirements, there may be a site-specific training component required that
must be fulfilled by an employer.

Ladders are one of the most common and simple tools people use on the job.
Its easy to forget that they can also be extremely dangerous. This course
should assist learners in recognizing hazards of ladder use, different types of
ladders, and inspection requirements. This course is intended for employees
in any industry who use ladders at work on a regular basis, and will assist
employers in meeting OSH standards on ladder safety. While this course
addresses OSH training requirements, there may be a site-specific training
component required that must be fulfilled by an employer.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 16 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 20 minutes

Ladder Safety - International


Ladders are one of the most common and simple tools people use on the job.
Its easy to forget that they can also be extremely dangerous. This course
should assist learners in recognizing hazards of ladder use, different types of
ladders, and inspection requirements. This course is intended for employees
in any industry who use ladders at work on a regular basis.

Ladder Safety
Ladders are one of the most common and simple tools people use on the job.
Its easy to forget that they can also be extremely dangerous. Each year in the
United States, accidents involving ladders cause approximately 300 deaths
and 130,000 injuries requiring emergency medical attention. This course
should assist learners in recognizing hazards of ladder use, different types of
ladders, and inspection requirements. This course is intended for employees
in any industry who use ladders at work on a regular basis, and will assist
employers in meeting OSHA standards on ladder safety. While this course
addresses OSHA training requirements, there may be a site-specific training
component required that must be fulfilled by an employer. This course is
presented in English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 20 minutes

Ladder Safety in the Retail Industry


Ladders are one of the most common and simple tools people use on the job.
Its easy to forget that they can also be extremely dangerous. Each year in the
United States, accidents involving ladders cause approximately 300 deaths
and 130,000 injuries requiring emergency medical attention. This course
should assist learners in recognizing hazards of ladder use, different types of
ladders, and inspection requirements. This course is intended for employees
in the retail and grocery industry who use ladders at work on a regular basis,
and will assist employers in meeting OSHA standards on ladder safety. While
this course addresses OSHA training requirements, there may be a sitespecific training component required that must be fulfilled by an employer.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 18 minutes

Ladder Safety Oil & Gas Personnel


Ladder Safety - Cal/OSHA
Ladders are one of the most common and simple tools people use on the job.
Its easy to forget that they can be extremely dangerous. Each year in the
United States, accidents involving ladders cause approximately 300 deaths
and 130,000 injuries requiring emergency medical attention. This course
should assist learners in recognizing hazards of ladder use, different types of
ladders, inspection requirement. This course is intended for employees in
California who use ladders at work on a regular basis, and will assist
employers in meeting Cal/OSHA and OSHA standards on ladder safety.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes

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Ladders are one of the most common and simple tools people use on the job.
Its easy to forget that they can also be extremely dangerous. Each year in the
United States, accidents involving ladders cause approximately 300 deaths
and 130,000 injuries requiring emergency medical attention. This course
should assist learners in recognizing hazards of ladder use, different types of
ladders, and inspection requirements. This course is intended for employees
in the oil and gas industry who use ladders at work on a regular basis, and will
assist employers in meeting OSHA standards on ladder safety. While this
course addresses OSHA training requirements, there may be a site-specific
training component required that must be fulfilled by an employer.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 34 minutes

115

Topic
Fall Protection

Fall Protection

Rigging Safety for Oil & Gas Operations

Slips, Trips and Falls

Rigging in the foundation of many hoisting and lifting operations in the oil and
gas industry, but it does come with some significant hazards, such as tipovers,
contact with electric lines and falling loads. Workers who successfully
complete this course will be able to identify the requirements of a qualified
rigger and operator and the qualifications of each. The learner will also learn
about the different types of cranes and other hoisting equipment and their
functions, how to conduct inspections, how to rig, lift, and land a load, and
occupational hazards in rigging operations and how to avoid them. This
courses references OSHA regulations on rigging and lifting objects.

Slips, trips and falls area major source of injury in U.S. workplaces. According
to the Department of Labor, slips, trips and falls are the most common type of
accident in the workplace and are responsible for around 25% of all reported
injuries. These injuries arent always minor either; slips, trips and falls are the
second leading cause of accidental death in the workplace. This course will
teach employees about slip, trip and fall hazards and what they can do to
minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn to identify general
OSHA safety requirements, guarding for floor and wall openings, issues with
stairways, ladder, scaffolds, loading docks and how personal behavior affects
safety. This course is intended for general-industry employees who, during
their regular work duties, may be exposed to hazards that could cause slips,
trips or falls. This course is intended to assist the employer in meeting the
requirements of OSHAs standards for walking and working surfaces. This
course is presented in English and Spanish.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 37 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 21 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Scaffold Safety
Scaffolding is a very versatile and useful tool for construction or repair of
buildings. It can be assembled and disassembled easily and can be built very
tall or wide, depending on the buildings shape. But as with any tool, using
scaffolding requires care and knowledge. This course will teach employees
the basics of staying safe while working on scaffolds. Employees will learn the
definition of a scaffold, the potential hazards of working on a scaffold like falls,
electrocution and scaffold collapse and major hazard control methods. This
course is intended for employees who are required to perform work on
scaffolds. This course can help employers comply with OSHAs safety
requirements for scaffolding.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 12 minutes

Slips, Trips and Falls - Canada


Slips, trips and falls area major source of injury in Canadian workplaces.
According to the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety over 60,
000 workers in Canada are injured each year as a result of falls on the job.
These injuries arent always minor either; slips, trips and falls are the leading
cause of accidental death in the workplace. This course will teach employees
about slip, trip and fall hazards and what they can do to minimize or eliminate
those hazards. Employees will learn to identify general OHS safety
requirements, guarding for floor and wall openings, issues with stairways,
ladder, scaffolds, loading docks and how personal behavior affects safety.
This course is intended for general-industry employees in Canada who, during
their regular work duties, may be exposed to hazards that could cause slips,
trips or falls. This course is intended to assist the employer in meeting the fall
protection requirements under provincial, territorial and federal OHS laws.

Scaffold Safety - Canada

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 21 minutes

Slips, Trips and Falls - Supermarket

Scaffolding is a very versatile and useful tool for construction or repair of


buildings. It can be assembled and disassembled easily and can be built very
tall or wide, depending on the buildings shape. But as with any tool, using
scaffolding requires care and knowledge. This course will teach employees
the basics of staying safe while working on scaffolds. Employees will learn the
definition of a scaffold, the potential hazards of working on a scaffold like falls,
electrocution and scaffold collapse and major hazard control methods. This
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 12 minutes

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Slips, trips and falls area major source of injury in U.S. workplaces. According
to the Department of Labor, slips, trips and falls are the most common type of
accident in the workplace and are responsible for around 25% of all reported
injuries. These injuries arent always minor either; slips, trips and falls are the
second leading cause of accidental death in the workplace. This course will
teach employees about slip, trip and fall hazards and what they can do to
minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn to identify general
OSHA safety requirements, guarding for floor and wall openings, issues with
stairways, ladder, scaffolds, loading docks and how personal behavior affects
safety. This course is specifically designed for supermarket employees and
contains examples and scenarios relevant to the grocery environment. This
course is intended to assist the employer in meeting the requirements of
OSHAs standards for walking and working surfaces. This course is presented
in English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 12 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Forklift Operator

Slips, Trips and Falls in Retail Sales

Forklift Operator Training - Fundamentals - Cal/OSHA

Slips, trips and falls area major source of injury in U.S. workplaces. According
to the Department of Labor, slips, trips and falls are the most common type of
accident in the workplace and are responsible for around 25% of all reported
injuries. These injuries arent always minor either; slips, trips and falls are the
second leading cause of accidental death in the workplace. This course will
teach employees about slip, trip and fall hazards and what they can do to
minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn to identify general
OSHA safety requirements, guarding for floor and wall openings, issues with
stairways, ladder, scaffolds, loading docks and how personal behavior affects
safety. This course is specifically designed for workers in the retail industry
and contains examples and scenarios relevant to the retail environment. This
course is intended to assist the employer in meeting the requirements of
OSHAs standards for walking and working surfaces.

Forklifts are commonplace in many Californian workplaces, and many may


think driving a forklift is just like driving a car. Unfortunately, forklift accidents
are common, including collisions, pinches, roll-overs, and accidents involving
loads or even pedestrians. However, proper training in operation and safe
work practices can avoid most accidents. This course informs employees
about a forklifts instruments and controls, common hazards associated with
forklift operation and Cal/OSHA-required safe work practices for forklift
operation. This course is designed for Californian employees who are required
to drive a forklift or other powered industrial truck as part of their normal job
duties, and helps employers cover OSHA and Cal/OSHAs classroom training
requirements for operating forklifts. Employees will also require in-person
training from their employer before being authorized to operate a forklift.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 12 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 24 minutes

Slips, Trips, and Falls - International


Slips, trips and falls area major source of injury worldwide, in every industry.
These injuries arent always minor either; slips, trips and falls are one of the
leading causes of accidental death in the workplace. This course will teach
employees about slip, trip and fall hazards and what they can do to minimize
or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn to identify general safety
requirements, guarding for floor and wall openings, issues with stairways,
ladder, scaffolds, loading docks and how personal behavior affects safety.
This course is intended for general-industry employees who, during their
regular work duties, may be exposed to hazards that could cause slips, trips or
falls.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 21 minutes

Forklift Operator Training - Fundamentals - Canada


Forklifts are very useful tools in many different industries. They are so
common that many people think theyre easy to drive, and dont require much
training to operate. However, forklift injuries are common, such as collisions,
pinches, roll-overs, and accidents involving loads. This course is intended for
Canadian workers who, in the course of their regular work duties, are required
to operate a forklift or other powered industrial truck. Learners that
successfully complete this course will display the ability to recognize the
forklift's instruments and controls, common hazards associated with forklift
operation and OHS-required safe work practices for forklift operation.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 24 minutes

Forklift Operator
Forklift Operator Training - Fundamentals
Forklifts and other powered industrial trucks are very useful tools in many
different industries. They are so common that many people think theyre easy
to drive, and dont require much training to operate. However, forklift injuries
are common, including collisions, pinches, roll-overs, and accidents involving
loads. This course is intended for workers who are required to operate a
forklift or other powered industrial truck on the job. Learners that complete
this course will display the ability to recognize the forklift's instruments and
controls, common hazards associated with forklift operation and OSHArequired safe work practices for forklift operation. This course is designed to
assist forklift operators and their employers to complete the formal training
(classroom) portion of OSHAs required training for operators of powered
industrial trucks. This course is available in both English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 24 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Forklift Operator Training - Fundamentals - International


Forklifts and other powered industrial trucks are very useful tools in many
different industries. They are so common that many people think theyre easy
to drive, and dont require much training to operate. However, forklift injuries
are common, including collisions, pinches, roll-overs, and accidents involving
loads. This course is intended for workers who are required to operate a
forklift or other powered industrial truck on the job. Learners that complete
this course will display the ability to recognize the forklift's instruments and
controls, common hazards associated with forklift operation and safe work
practices for forklift operation.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 24 minutes

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Forklift Operator

Forklift Operator

Forklift Operator Training - Safe Maintenance

Pallet Jack Safety

This course is designed for workers who will operate forklifts on the job. After
successfully completing this course, learners should be able to identify the
safe work practices required by OSHA for proper forklift maintenance. Workers
taking this course should already have a basic understanding of forklift
operations and safety, but this course will help them gain a deeper
understanding of OSHAs requirements. This course will help employers meet
OSHAs training requirements on powered industrial truck operations.
Employers may also be interested in some of our other Forklift Operator
Training courses, including: Fundamentals, Safe Operations, and Safe
Traveling and Loading.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 12 minutes

Pallet jacks are common in retail stores, warehouses, and many other
facilities. These devices make it faster and easier to move things around the
store, increasing efficiency and helping to prevent lifting-related injuries.
Unfortunately, pallet jacks present their own hazards that can cause serious
injuries and significant property damage if used incorrectly. This course is
designed to provide the learner with the knowledge and skills needed to get
started as a safe, effective pallet jack operator. Learners who successfully
complete this course will display the ability to recognize standard pallet jack

Forklift Operator Training - Safe Operations

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 30 minutes

General Safety
This course is designed for all workers who will operate forklifts on the job.
After successfully completing this course, learners should be able to identify
the safe work practices required by OSHA for proper forklift operations.
Workers taking this course should already have a basic understanding of
forklift operations and safety, but this course will help them gain a deeper
understanding of OSHAs requirements. This course will help employers meet
OSHAs training requirements on powered industrial truck operations.

Accident Prevention Signs and Tags

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 10 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Forklift Operator Training - Safe Traveling and Loading


This course is designed for workers who will operate forklifts on the job. After
successfully completing this course, learners should be able to identify the
safe work practices required by OSHA for proper forklift traveling and loading.
Workers taking this course should already have a basic understanding of
forklift operations and safety, but this course will help them gain a deeper
understanding of OSHAs requirements. This course will help employers meet
OSHAs training requirements on powered industrial truck operations.
Employers may also be interested in some of our other Forklift Operator
Training courses, including: Fundamentals, Safe Operations, and Safe
Maintenance. This course is presented in English and Spanish.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires the use of
signs and symbols to warn workers about specific hazards in the workplace
and tell them how to prevent these hazards from causing harm or injury to
employees. The design of these signs is standardized across all types of
workplaces so that workers can easily understand their meanings. Workers
need to understand the rules that govern safety signs and recognize the
meanings of common symbols and colors in order to protect themselves and
others from harm. This course is designed to provide the learner with an

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 11 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 16 minutes

Topic
General Safety

General Safety

Active Shooter On Campus (A.L.I.C.E.)

Back Injury Prevention

Active shooter incidents on campuses have become a growing source of


concern in recent years. This course is designed to help learners recognize
recommended actions to take in an active shooter event, as well as common
secondary hazards and recommended actions. This course focuses on the
A.L.I.C.E. program for reacting to an active shooter situation. It is intended for
all students, employees and volunteers in education settings.

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) estimates
that back injuries make up nearly twenty percent of all workplace injuries and
costs the nation an estimated twenty to fifty billion dollars a year. Learners
who complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of the major causes of
workplace back injuries and how to prevent them. Employees will learn about
hazards and the three major types of hazard controls. This course provides
ergonomic information to help employers comply with OSHAs General Duty
Clause. This course is intended for general industry employees who, during
their regular work duties, are required to lift and carry materials. This course is
presented in English and Spanish.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 30 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 13 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Back Injury Prevention - Canada


Animal Control Safety
Working in animal control or at an animal shelter can be unpredictable. There
are certain hazards that come with the job. You may have to capture and
impound different kinds of wild or aggressive animals. There is also a hazard
from biting insects, which can transmit diseases or parasites. Sometimes
angry pet owners can be a nuisance, or even a danger. Workers who
successfully complete this course will know the common hazards of animal
control work and how to protect against them. Learners will be able to identify
physical and health hazards associated with animal control and their
protective measures. This course is intended for municipal animal control
workers and managers.

Back injuries are some of the most common workplace injuries, and are
common when lifting, lowering, carrying, pushing or pulling loads, or when
working in awkward positions. Learners who complete this course will
demonstrate knowledge of the major causes of workplace back injuries and
how to prevent them. Employees will learn about hazards and the three major
types of hazard controls. This course provides ergonomic information to help
employers comply with OHS requirements under provincial, territorial and
federal laws. This course is intended for general industry employees in
Canada who, during their regular work duties, are required to lift and carry
materials.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 13 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 14 minutes

Back Injury Prevention - International

Animal Control Worker Safety, Basic - International


Working in animal control or at an animal shelter can be unpredictable. There
are certain hazards that come with the job. You may have to capture and
impound different kinds of wild or aggressive animals. There is also a hazard
from biting insects, which can transmit diseases or parasites. Sometimes
angry pet owners can be a nuisance, or even a danger. Workers who
successfully complete this course will know the common hazards of animal
control work and how to protect against them. Learners will be able to identify
physical and health hazards associated with animal control and their
protective measures. This course is intended for municipal animal control
workers and managers.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 14 minutes

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Back injuries are some of the most common workplace injuries, and are
common when lifting, lowering, carrying, pushing or pulling loads, or when
working in awkward positions. Learners who complete this course will
demonstrate knowledge of the major causes of workplace back injuries and
how to prevent them. Employees will learn about hazards and the three major
types of hazard controls. This course provides ergonomic information to help
employers comply with local and national laws in their respective countries.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 13 minutes

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General Safety

General Safety

Back Injury Prevention for Oil and Gas Workers

Backroom Safety - Supermarket

The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH) estimates
that back injuries make up nearly twenty percent of all workplace injuries and
costs the nation an estimated twenty to fifty billion dollars a year. Learners
who complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of the major causes of
workplace back injuries and how to prevent them. Employees will learn about
hazards and the three major types of hazard controls. This course provides
ergonomic information to help employers comply with OSHAs General Duty
Clause. This course is intended for oil and gas industry employees who, during
their regular work duties, are required to lift and carry materials.

Supermarkets are generally safe places to work, but unfortunately


musculoskeletal disorders, falls, cuts, and injuries from accidents involving
vehicles and machinery are all too common in grocery settings, particularly in
the back room, stock room, or loading and unloading area. This course is
designed to give the learner an overview of the hazards common to stocking
duties and working in the backroom area of a supermarket. The course also
provides techniques for safe lifting and safe stacking and moving of loads.
This course is designed for all employees working in the back room or
performing stocking duties in a supermarket. This course is presented in
English and Spanish. Employers may also be interested in the following
related courses: Back Injury Prevention for Supermarkets, Ladder Safety in the
Retail Industry, and Backroom and Stocking Safety in the Retail Industry

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 15 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 21 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Back Injury Prevention in the Retail Industry


Back injuries are one of the most common workplace hazards that retail
workers experience. The National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health
(NIOSH) estimates that back injuries make up nearly twenty percent of all
workplace injuries and costs the nation an estimated twenty to fifty billion
dollars a year. Learners who complete this course will demonstrate
knowledge of the major causes of workplace back injuries and how to prevent
them. Employees will learn about hazards and the three major types of hazard
controls. This course provides ergonomic information to help employers
comply with OSHAs General Duty Clause. This course is designed for retail
employees to help prevent back injuries.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 16 minutes

Backroom and Stocking Safety in the Retail Industry

Bakery and Deli Safety


Bakeries and delis are generally safe places, but they do have some hazards
that may not be immediately apparent to workers. This awareness-level
course is intended to provide employees in supermarket-based bakeries and
delis with an overview of the common hazards associated with the
supermarket working environment and equipment common to the bakery and
deli departments. After successfully completing this course, the learner will
display the ability to identify hazards they are likely to face on the job and the
proper safe work practices for controlling those hazards. This course is
presented in English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 19 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Behavior Based Safety


Working in the retail industry is generally seen as a very safe occupation with
a low risk of injury. The truth is, however, that work-related injuries and
illnesses are very common among retail workers. In fact, according to the
National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health the retail and wholesale
industry has the second-highest rate of nonfatal injuries and illnesses of any
industry sector. Musculoskeletal disorders, falls, cuts, and injuries from
accidents involving vehicles and machinery are all too common in retail and
grocery settings, particularly in the back room, stock room, or loading and

Behavior-based safety is a new concept in the safety industry that focuses on


reducing at-risk behaviors in the workplace through observation and
feedback. Learners who successfully complete this course will be able to
identify the basic concepts behind behavior-based safety, the components of
the safety triad, and recognize the importance of identifying at-risk behaviors.
The learner should also be able to identify the steps of a behavior-based
analysis and identify how to implement a behavior-based system in the
workplace. This course is intended for all employees who may work in a
company that has a behavior-based safety program in the workplace.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 25 minutes

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Duration 14 minutes

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General Safety

General Safety

Commercial Laundry Safety

Data Protection for Industry and Business

Industrial scale laundry operations pose certain inherent risks to workers,


including heat stress, bloodborne diseases, chemical exposure, machine
hazards, and musculoskeletal disorders. Because laundry is not typically
thought of as hazardous work, it is very important that laundry workers be
aware of the hazards they may face and possess the knowledge and skills to
protect themselves. This awareness-level course will discuss the common
hazards of working in a commercial laundry facility and the best methods for
controlling those hazards. This course was designed for employees working in

Companies rely on a significant amount of digital data in order to function, and


the security of that data can be vital. Emails, documents, and even
communications through social media can put a company at risk in
unexpected ways. Because there is so much data, and because its difficult to
specifically predict what data is sensitive and how it could be harmful, it is
best to have some general data protection methods in place. This course is
designed to provide workers with recommended procedures for protecting
company data, including the creation of secure passwords and strategies for

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 26 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 19 minutes

Construction Safety
Construction is a hard job, and the potential for accidents and serious injuries
doesnt make it any easier. Ensuring that workers are able to recognize and
guard against hazards can help prevent a lot of accidents, though. This course
will teach employees the basics of staying safe on construction sites.
Employees will learn how to recognize common construction site hazards, the
use and importance of personal protective equipment, and how to identify
safe housekeeping practices. This course is intended for construction
employees who are new to the construction industry, and will give them the
basic knowledge they need to start work on a construction site. This course
can assist employers in meeting OSHAs regulations for the construction
industry.

Disease Prevention for the Tattoo Industry

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 17 minutes

Construction Safety - Canada


Construction is a hard job, and the potential for accidents and serious injuries
doesnt make it any easier. Ensuring that workers are able to recognize and
guard against hazards can help prevent a lot of accidents, though. This course
will teach employees the basics of staying safe on construction sites.
Employees will learn how to recognize common construction site hazards, the
use and importance of personal protective equipment, and how to identify
safe housekeeping practices. This course is intended for construction
employees in Canada who are new to the construction industry, and will give
them the basic knowledge they need to start work on a construction site. This
course can assist Canadian employers in meeting Construction safety
requirements of provincial, territorial and federal OHS laws.

Tattooing has become a pretty common practice, but there are potential
health hazards when equipment isnt properly cleaned and sterilized. Learners
who successfully complete this course will be able to identify the common
types of bloodborne pathogens present in tattoo industry settings and
recommended measures used to prevent transmission. This course is
intended for entry-level employees who will work in any business in which
tattooing takes place. This course does not certify employees on bloodborne
pathogens or first aid. SafetySkills does offer additional training on these
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 10 minutes

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Duration 17 minutes

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General Safety

Emergency Action Plans for Office Employees

Excavation and Trenching - Canada

Emergency events can happen any place, any time. Many facilities are
required to have a written emergency action plan, and must train employees
over that plan. These plans, however, can often be long and detailed, covering
many different types of emergencies, which can make it difficult for
employees to understand the context of various policies and procedures, and
how their individual role fits into the larger plan. This awareness-level course
will provide a general overview of emergency action plans and standard

Many projects, both in construction and general industry, require trenches and
excavations. For example, new buildings need water, gas and electrical supply
lines, which are usually buried under our roads, yards and fields. Learners who
complete this course will know how to recognize the potential hazards of
working in or around trenches and excavations, and the legally required
protective measures they must employ on the job. This course is intended for
general-industry and construction employees who, during their regular work

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 30 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 18 minutes

Excavation and Trenching


Many projects, both in construction and general industry, require trenches and
excavations. For example, new buildings need water, gas and electrical supply
lines, which are usually buried under our roads, yards and fields. Learners who
complete this course will know how to recognize the potential hazards of
working in or around trenches and excavations, and the OSHA-required
protective measures they must employ on the job. This course is intended for
general-industry and construction employees who, during their regular work
duties, are required to work in or around trenching or excavation operations,
and will assist the employer in meeting OSHA standards on excavations.

Excavation and Trenching for Upstream Oil and Gas


Operations
Many projects in oil and gas operations require trenches and excavations.
Learners who complete this course will know how to recognize the potential
hazards of working in or around trenches and excavations, and the OSHArequired protective measures they must employ on the job. This course is
intended for oil and gas employees who, during their regular work duties, are
required to work in or around trenching or excavation operations, and will
assist the employer in meeting OSHA standards on excavations.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 12 minutes

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Duration 17 minutes

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Fire Prevention for Natural Gas, Oil and Derivatives

General Safety
General Safety - Supermarket
Supermarkets are generally safe places, but they do have some hazards that
may not be immediately apparent to workers. This awareness-level course is
intended to provide employees in supermarkets and grocery stores with an
overview of the common hazards associated with the supermarket working
environment and their recommended safe work practices. After successfully
completing this course, the learner will display the ability to identify proper
procedures for preventing and addressing employee and customer injuries,
and the proper response for emergency situations. This course is presented in
English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 27 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Fire emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere. This is true in any industry,
but it especially true in industries that produce or process flammable
materials, such as oil and gas production. Fires are one of the most common
emergencies to contend with on oil and gas sites, and can be one of the most
harmful if not dealt with properly. This course should give employees the
knowledge to safely react and respond to a fire emergency in their workplace.
Employees will learn to identify common combustible and flammable materials

Groundskeeping, Landscaping and Golf Course


Maintenance Safety

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 19 minutes

Flame-Resistant Clothing for Oil & Gas Personnel


Fires and explosions account for 16% of the total fatalities in the oil and gas
industry. Learners who successfully complete this course will be able to
identify flash fires, the engineering and administrative controls used to
prevent flash fires, the difference between flame resistant and flame retardant
clothing, and the fire hazards associated with the three stages of oil and gas
operations. This course is designed for all employees who may work for an oil
and gas company that performs well drilling, servicing, and production-related
operations. This course is intended to assist the employer in meeting OSHA
regulations on personal protective equipment.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 17 minutes

Food Safety
Food. We like it. Smelling it, tasting it, feeling full of it, food is pretty key to our
happiness. But if youve ever had food poisoning, you know that food can
sometimes be very, very bad. In fact, food causes approximately 48 million
illnesses, 128,000 hospitalizations, and 3,000 deaths in the United States
each year. The sad thing is, the vast majority of those illnesses could have
easily been avoided if the people who handled and prepared the food had
followed proper food safety practices. After successfully completing this
course, the learner should be able to recognize the purpose of the FDAs Food
Code and identify the responsibilities of food employees regarding the
prevention of foodborne illness. This course is designed for all employees in
food service establishments and commercial kitchens, with particular
emphasis on those employees designated by the FDAs Food Code as food
employees and conditional employees.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 34 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Groundskeeping, landscaping and golf course maintenance duties involve a


number of hazards that workers may not be aware of. According to the U.S.
Bureau of Labor Statistics, approximately 190 grounds maintenance workers
are killed and more than 15,000 are injured each year, a rate much higher
than other industries. During this course, learners will receive an overview of
the physical, chemical, and wildlife hazards associated with landscaping and
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes

Gun Safety
Gun ownership is a right that carries a heavy responsibility. The fact is guns
are made to injure and kill. Whether theyre intended for hunting, selfprotection or law enforcement, guns carry a risk of accidental or misdirected
discharge, often with unintended or tragic results. However, using proper
precautions when handling and storing firearms can help gun owners exercise
their right to gun ownership safely and responsibly. Learners who successfully
complete this course will receive information about the hazards of gun
ownership and recommended safety practices.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 5 minutes

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General Safety

Halloween Safety

Incident Investigation

Halloween is a fun time for hanging out with family decorating the house,
carving pumpkins, and enjoying cookies, candied apples and other snacks.
For kids, its also a time to dress up and go trick-or-treating. Trick-or-treating is
fun and generally safe, but it can still present some safety risks. There are
some basic things that families can do to keep their children safe. Learners
who complete this course should be able to identify common hazards
associated with Halloween and their recommended preventive measures.

In a perfect world, there would be no workplace accidents. Unfortunately in


the real world injuries, property damage, work disruption and near miss
incidents will happen from time to time. When they do, it is important to have a
procedure in place to determine what happened, how and why it happened,
and how to prevent it from happening again. This course is designed to
provide workers with valuable information about accident and incident
investigations and how they make the workplace safer. When this course is
over the learner should have demonstrated the ability to recognize the goal of
an in-house incident investigation, and identify circumstances that warrant an
investigation and the proper procedure for conducting or participating in an
incident investigation. This awareness-level course is designed for all
employees working in facilities that have an incident investigation program.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 8 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 18 minutes

Incident Investigation - Canada

Halloween Safety Tips - Canada


Halloween is a fun time for hanging out with family decorating the house,
carving pumpkins, and enjoying cookies, candied apples and other snacks.
For kids, its also a time to dress up and go trick-or-treating. Trick-or-treating is
fun and generally safe, but it can still present some safety risks. There are
some basic things that families can do to keep their children safe. Learners
who complete this course should be able to identify common hazards
associated with Halloween and their recommended preventive measures.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 8 minutes

In a perfect world, there would be no workplace accidents. Unfortunately in


the real world injuries, property damage, work disruption and near miss
incidents will happen from time to time. When they do, it is important to have a
procedure in place to determine what happened, how and why it happened,
and how to prevent it from happening again. This course is designed to
provide workers with valuable information about accident and incident
investigations and how they make the workplace safer. When this course is
over the learner should have demonstrated the ability to recognize the goal of
an in-house incident investigation, and identify circumstances that warrant an
investigation and the proper procedure for conducting or participating in an
incident investigation. This awareness-level course is designed for all
employees in Canada working in facilities that have an incident investigation
program.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 18 minutes

Hand and Pinch Point Safety

Incident Investigation - International

While on the job, using a tool improperly or not paying attention while working
around heavy machinery can lead to damaging various parts of a workers
hands. Because of the complexity of the hand, repairing the hand to its
previous abilities may be difficult. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics,
an average of 140,000 hand injuries were reported in 2011 resulting in about 5
days away from work per injury. While most serious hand injuries occur as a
result of physical trauma from machinery, other hand injuries can be caused
by ergonomic hazards due to repetitive motion. While these injuries are less
severe, they result in the most days away from work compared to other
injuries. Learners who successfully complete this course will demonstrate
knowledge of how to identify the types of hand hazards, methods of hand
protection and types of gloves and their properties.

In a perfect world, there would be no workplace accidents. Unfortunately in


the real world injuries, property damage, work disruption and near miss
incidents will happen from time to time. When they do, it is important to have a
procedure in place to determine what happened, how and why it happened,
and how to prevent it from happening again. This course is designed to
provide workers with valuable information about accident and incident
investigations and how they make the workplace safer. When this course is
over the learner should have demonstrated the ability to recognize the goal of
an in-house incident investigation, and identify circumstances that warrant an
investigation and the proper procedure for conducting or participating in an
incident investigation. This awareness-level course is designed for all
employees working in facilities that have an incident investigation program.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 19 minutes

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Incident Investigation in the Oilfield

General Safety
Industrial Hygiene
There can be many different types of hazards in the workplace, and many
different approaches to addressing those hazards. Industrial hygiene is the
discipline of reducing worker injury due to chemical and other exposure
hazards. This course will teach employees the background, principles and role
of industrial hygiene. Employees will learn the history of industrial hygiene,
major roles of industrial hygiene in workplaces, they types of workplace
hazards industrial hygiene addresses and how they are controlled. This course
is intended for safety officers and health and safety professionals who are
responsible for improving safety conditions in their workplaces. This course is
also a component of the OSHA 10 training course.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 21 minutes

In a perfect world, there would be no workplace accidents. Unfortunately in


the real world injuries, property damage, work disruption and near miss
incidents will happen from time to time. When they do, it is important to have a
procedure in place to determine what happened, how and why it happened,
and how to prevent it from happening again. This course is designed to
provide workers with valuable information about accident and incident
investigations in the oilfield and how they make the workplace safer. When
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 18 minutes

Indoor Air Quality


Most of us take it for granted that wherever we go, the air will be safe and
breathable. But air quality isn't a guarantee. Air quality can get bad anywhere,
including inside an office building, based on factors such as how many people
are in a workspace and how well the building is maintained, among others.
This course will teach employees about the importance of indoor air quality,
how it can become a hazard and what they can do to prevent poor air quality
in the workplace. Employees will learn how to identify air contaminant types
and their sources and good habits for keeping the air clean and breathable.

Influenza Pandemic Planning for Businesses


Influenza is a common disease that can cause an uncommon amount of
trouble for business owners and managers. Its important to have a plan for
pandemic flu because in a worst-case-scenario situation, businesses could
experience a loss in profits, a temporary loss of viability or even bankruptcy.
Learners who successfully complete this course will have displayed the ability
to identify the major points of a pandemic flu preparedness plan and
recommended employee-related and business-related policies and
procedures to include in such a plan. This course is designed for human
resources officers or other upper managers working for small- to mediumsized businesses.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 14 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 15 minutes

Indoor Air Quality - International

Influenza Prevention

Most of us take it for granted that wherever we go, the air will be safe and
breathable. But air quality isn't a guarantee. Air quality can get bad anywhere,
including inside an office building, based on factors such as how many people
are in a workspace and how well the building is maintained, among others.
This course will teach employees about the importance of indoor air quality,
how it can become a hazard and what they can do to prevent poor air quality
in the workplace. Employees will learn how to identify air contaminant types
and their sources and good habits for keeping the air clean and breathable.

Flu season is usually a cause for concern for most people. However, as new
flu strains surface every year and the risk of pandemic flu has become a more
public issue and prominent health concern, people have become more
concerned than they might usually be. Because most people are exposed to
so many other people on the job, workplaces can easily be a point of spread
for the flu if the proper precautions arent taken. Learners who successfully
complete this course should be able to recognize the means by which
influenza is spread and recommended measures to prevent its spread.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 15 minutes

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Duration 8 minutes

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General Safety

Influenza Symptoms and Prevention Strategies for


Employees and Business Owners

Latex Allergy

Flu outbreaks happen every year, killing hundreds of thousands worldwide.


Most healthy adults immune systems can fight off a normal flu bug, but it is
important to know what precautions to take to help keep an epidemic or
pandemic from spreading. This course is designed to give employees,
managers and other interested parties basic information about influenza
viruses. The course covers the basics of flu infection, its spreading
mechanisms and infection prevention strategies. The course also addresses
current concerns about the H1N1 (swine) flu with up-to-date information from
the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization.

While no study has conclusively shown how many people have latex allergies
and why, the general consensus is that up to six percent of the general
population and up to 12 percent of health care workers display some allergic
reaction or sensitivity to latex. This course is designed to help healthcare
workers minimize the chances of suffering from an allergic reaction to latex
gloves while at work. Upon completion, the learner will display the ability to
recognize the characteristics and dangers of latex allergy, and recommended
preventive measures. This course is intended for all healthcare workers and
can help employers meet OSHAs standards on Hand Protection and
Bloodborne Pathogens.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 14 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 7 minutes

Introduction to OSHA

Legionnaires' Disease

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, is a federal


agency that creates safety regulations in U.S. workplaces. OSHAs role is less
about fining people for noncompliance and more about helping employers
keep their employees safe. This course will teach employees about OSHA's
role in the workplace and how it works to increase worker safety. Employees
will learn why OSHA was created, its goals and organizational structure,
OSHA's inspection and citation procedures, and what resources OSHA offers

Workers in the healthcare industry deal with many peopleboth patients and
coworkersthat have compromised immune systems. Because people with
compromised immune systems are more likely to develop Legionnaires
disease, healthcare workers and their patients are at an elevated risk.
Learners that successfully complete this course will display the ability to
recognize and/or identify the characteristics, sources and symptoms of
Legionnaires' disease, and its related required/recommended safe work
practices. This course is intended for those who work in any environment or
occupation that may bring them in contact with water or air-conditioning
systems that may expel liquid containing legionella bacterium.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 14 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 28 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Job Safety Analysis

Lockout/Tagout Awareness for Oil and Gas Personnel

Physical hazards are an inherent part of every job, though some jobs might
present more serious risks than others. Job hazard analysis can help
employees discover hazards in their workplaces and protect themselves from
them. Learners who successfully complete this course will demonstrate
knowledge of the basic concepts and procedures of a job hazard analysis.
Employees will learn about the need for effective job hazard analysis, how to
prepare for one, the process of identifying workplace hazards, and how to
correct them. This course is intended for general industry employees and
safety officers who are interested in improving the safety of work practices
either in their own work processes or in their companies.

Lockout/tagout is a system that helps ensure workers stay safe while servicing
or repairing equipment by making it physically impossible for that equipment
to run or move. This course will teach employees how lockout/tagout
programs work and the different roles workers must play to make them
successful. Employees will learn to identify the importance of proper
lockout/tagout procedures, what workers are authorized to perform those
procedures, lock and tag systems used for lockout/tagout, and the special
provisions of lockout/tagout programs. This course is designed for all oil and
gas industry workers who will participate in or be affected by lockout/tagout
procedures.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 17 minutes

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Loss Prevention in Retail Sales

General Safety
Material Handling
Materials handling and storage covers a wide range of activities, from
something simple like moving a few boxes from a closet to a storage area to
something as complicated as hauling tons of steel with a crane. Learners who
successfully complete this course will learn to recognize lifting hazards and
safe lifting techniques, proper methods for safe material stacking and storage,
proper use of mechanical material handling equipment and the role of
ergonomics in safe materials handling. This course is intended for warehouse
workers and those who work in facilities in which significant amounts of
materials are stored and moved on a regular basis, and can assist the
employer in meeting the requirements of OSHAs material handling standards.

Theft and other forms of shrinkage are a major problem for the retail industry,
costing American businesses over $30 billion every year. Loss prevention is an
important aspect of working in a retail or grocery setting, so it is important for
employees to understand the goals of loss prevention and their role in the
stores loss prevention program. When this course is complete, the learner
should be able to recognize common types of internal and external theft and
appropriate responses. This course is designed for retail and grocery
employees and features scenarios and examples relevant to the retail
industry.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 17 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Lost Child/Code Adam

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 30 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Materials Handling - Canada


Materials handling and storage covers a wide range of activities, from
something simple like moving a few boxes from a closet to a storage area to
something as complicated as hauling tons of steel with a crane. Learners who
successfully complete this course will learn to recognize lifting hazards and
safe lifting techniques, proper methods for safe material stacking and storage,
proper use of mechanical material handling equipment and the role of
ergonomics in safe materials handling. This course is intended for those who
work in Canadian facilities in which significant amounts of materials are stored
and moved on a regular basis, and can assist the employer in meeting their
respective OHS requirements.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 30 minutes

Lost children are a common occurrence in stores, entertainment centers,


amusement parks, hospitals, museums, and many other spaces frequented by
children and their families. Lost children can injure themselves, damage
equipment and merchandise, or even be abducted or abused. The most
important things in a lost child situation are to have a plan in place, and to be
sure all employees understand their role and are ready to spring into action
quickly when a child is reported missing. Code Adam is a simple, standardized
set of procedures for locating a child in a missing place that is used by over
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 23 minutes

Materials Handling - International


Materials handling and storage covers a wide range of activities, from
something simple like moving a few boxes from a closet to a storage area to
something as complicated as hauling tons of steel with a crane. Learners who
successfully complete this course will learn to recognize lifting hazards and
safe lifting techniques, proper methods for safe material stacking and storage,
proper use of mechanical material handling equipment and the role of
ergonomics in safe materials handling. This course is intended for warehouse
workers and those who work in facilities in which significant amounts of
materials are stored and moved on a regular basis.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 30 minutes

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General Safety

Meat Market Safety

Municipal Employee Safety

Meat markets and butcher shops can be hazardous places to work. This
awareness-level course is intended to provide employees in supermarketbased meat markets and butcher counters with an overview of the common
hazards associated with the supermarket working environment and
equipment used for cutting and processing meat. After successfully
completing this course, the learner will display the ability to identify hazards
they are likely to face on the job and the proper safe work practices for using
knives, slicers, grinders, and other cutting and processing equipment. This
course is designed for all employees working in supermarket-based meat
markets. This course is presented in English and Spanish.

Working for a municipality carries many of the same hazards that any other job
comes with. Every city or town has needs for garbage collection, sewage and
waste water treatment, animal control, street maintenance and landscaping
maintenance. Municipal employees may have to do any of these types of
work, and contend with hazards like infectious waste, rabid animals,
dangerous traffic, or heavy equipment and tools. Learners who successfully
complete this course will be able to identify hazards common to municipality
work and their recommended safe work practices. This course is intended for
all workers employed by municipalities of any size.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 10 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 16 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

N95 Respirators - Preventing Airborne Disease


Transmission

Mold and Mildew Awareness


Mold is a common allergen that people can be sensitive to. While not
everyone reacts to mold exposure in the same way, exposure to mold spores
can cause serious respiratory illnesses to particularly sensitive individuals. In
buildings that have suffered water damage, mold can also cause buildings to
deteriorate and become uninhabitable. This course is designed for employees
that are responsible for cleaning or remediating mold-exposed areas in their
workplace or as part of their job duties. Employees who successfully complete
this course should be able to identify potential effects of mold exposure,
procedures for determining mold exposure, procedures for remediating and
abating mold exposures, and methods of mold prevention.

Working in a medical care facility may be rewarding, but it can also involve
certain risks. For example, caring for people infected with communicable
diseases puts healthcare workers at greater risk of catching these diseases.
This course is designed to give healthcare workers the skills to protect
themselves from airborne diseases by using an N95 respirator. Learners who
successfully complete this course will display the ability to recognize the
purposes and proper use of N95 respirators in a healthcare setting. This
course is designed for healthcare workers who may be exposed to various
airborne illnesses at work, and can assist employers in meeting OSHAs
requirements on respiratory protection.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 22 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 18 minutes

Occupational Safety and Health Programs

Moving Safety
Safe moving is really a combination of planning and common sense. People
are much more likely to get hurt when they havent thought through the
situation properly or when theyre in a hurry to finish. Being prepared, wearing
the right clothing and having the right equipment on hand can make moving
much less unpleasant than it might otherwise be. Learners who successfully
complete this course will receive information concerning the hazards of
moving and their recommended safe work practices.

Worker injuries cost not only employers and workers, but everyone. According
to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, nearly 24,000 workers are hurt and 17 are
killed during every eight-hour workday. Accidents also cost businesses over
$100 billion dollars every year in direct and indirect costs. In order to protect
workers and reduce the costs of accidents, many companies create
Occupational Safety and Health programs. This course will teach employees
about OSH programs and how they protect workers. Employees will learn to
identify the impact of injuries and accidents in the workplace, elements of
safety management, types of workplace analysis, methods to control
workplace hazards, and the several types of employee safety and health
training. This course is intended for employees who work in any facility that
has created and implemented an occupational safety and health program. It is
designed to assist employers in improving employee understanding,
compliance and participation with regard to OSH programs and safety
initiatives.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 14 minutes

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Occupational Safety and Health Programs in the Oil and
Gas Industry
Work in the oil and gas industry, especially out in the field can be very
dangerous and injuries are common. According to the Bureau of Labor
Statistics, over 4,000 workers are injured each year during the drilling of oil
and gas wells alone. In order to protect workers and reduce the costs of
accidents, many companies create Occupational Safety and Health programs.
This course will teach employees about OSH programs and how they protect
workers. Employees will learn to identify the impact of injuries and accidents
in the workplace, elements of safety management, types of workplace
analysis, methods to control workplace hazards, and the several types of
employee safety and health training. This course is intended for all employees
in the oil and gas industry. It is designed to assist employers in improving
employee understanding, compliance and participation with regard to OSH
programs and safety initiatives.

General Safety
Oil Rig Safety - Canada
Oil rigs have been around in some form or another for decades, but all of the
various machines and pieces of equipment can be hazardous, particularly to
new rig workers. Learners who successfully complete this course will know
the basic terminology and operations associated with oil rigs. The learner will
recognize the basic function of an oil rig and its major stages of operation, and
recognize the major hazards of working on an oil rig. This course is intended
for all new hires at Canadian oil production sites. In addition to this course, the
employer may be interested in the other courses in our Oil and Gas Series.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 24 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 18 minutes

Office Safety

OSHA Reporting & Recordkeeping

Office work is generally considered a pretty safe occupation, out of the


elements and with relatively few hazards. However, there are certainly
hazards in offices that people may not think about on a regular basis. Poor air
quality, ineffective lighting and noise, slips, trips and falls, fire hazards,
electrical equipment, poor workstation arrangement and improper lifting and
storage are all potential safety hazards that can even be found in an office
environment. Learners who successfully complete this course will be able to
identify common office hazards and their recommended preventive measures.
This course is presented in English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 19 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Oil Rig Safety


Oil rigs have been around in some form or another for decades, but all of the
various machines and pieces of equipment can be hazardous, particularly to
new rig workers. Learners who successfully complete this course will know
the basic terminology and operations associated with oil rigs. The learner will
recognize the basic function of an oil rig and its major stages of operation, and
recognize the major hazards of working on an oil rig. This course is intended
for all new hires at oil production sites, and can assist the employer in meeting
the OSHAs General Duty Clause. In addition to this course, the employer may
be interested in the other courses in our Oil and Gas Series.

Injuries and illnesses are an inevitable part of work. When an injury or illness
happens on the job OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration,
wants to know about it. OSHA requires that any employer with ten or more
employees develop a method for employees to report injuries and illnesses.
Learners who successfully complete this course should be able to recognize
OSHA's reporting and recordkeeping requirements for affected businesses.
This course is designed for human resources or business managers who are
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 24 minutes

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General Safety

Pallet Jack Safety

Parking Lot Safety


A parking lot is the first thing that customers see, making it a very important
part of a good first impression. Parking lots can also present a number of
hazards to pedestrians and vehicles. Keeping lots clean and well maintained,
and ensuring employees are trained to deal with common hazards, is an
important part of ensuring customers and employees are safe and happy.
When this course is over, the learner should be able to identify best practices
for parking lot maintenance and security, and appropriate responses to severe
weather, accidents, and other outdoor incidents. This course was designed for
employees in the retail industry and features examples and scenarios
appropriate for the retail setting. It would also be appropriate for workers in
hospitality, food service, and other facilities visited by the public.

Pallet jacks are common in retail stores, warehouses, and many other
facilities. These devices make it faster and easier to move things around the
store, increasing efficiency and helping to prevent lifting-related injuries.
Unfortunately, pallet jacks present their own hazards that can cause serious
injuries and significant property damage if used incorrectly. This course is
designed to provide the learner with the knowledge and skills needed to get
started as a safe, effective pallet jack operator. Learners who successfully
complete this course will display the ability to recognize standard pallet jack
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 16 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Performing Safety Audits

Park and Landscape Maintenance Safety


Landscaping maintenance workers are at risk from a wide range of physical
and exposure hazards, such as chemicals, noise, machinery, lifting, weather
and construction-related hazards. The Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA) has determined that landscaping is one of seven
industries with high injury and illness rates. Workers who successfully
complete this course will know the common hazards associated with
municipal park and landscaping work and how to protect against them.
Learners will be able to identify the physical and health hazards associated
with park and landscaping work and their preventative measures. This course
is intended for municipal park and landscaping workers and managers.

In 2013 the most recent year statistics were available there were slightly
more than three million reportable nonfatal injuries and illnesses among
private industry workers, almost all of which could have been prevented.
While training, personal protective equipment and other preventive measures
play an important role in incident prevention, safety audits are a cornerstone
of safe workplace culture. Safety audits can help employers and their
employees identify existing workplace hazards and create appropriate
controls to prevent injury or illness. This course is appropriate for all workers
and supervisors in general, construction, oil and gas, and other industrial and
office settings. This course does not address any specific OSHA training
requirements, but is instead based on industry best practices and accepted
methods for performing effective safety audits.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 22 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 13 minutes

Performing Safety Audits - Canada


Park and Landscaping Safety, Basic - International
Landscaping maintenance workers are at risk from a wide range of physical
and exposure hazards, such as chemicals, noise, machinery, lifting, weather
and construction-related hazards. The Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA) has determined that landscaping is one of seven
industries with high injury and illness rates. Workers who successfully
complete this course will know the common hazards associated with
municipal park and landscaping work and how to protect against them.
Learners will be able to identify the physical and health hazards associated
with park and landscaping work and their preventative measures. This course
is intended for municipal park and landscaping workers and managers.

In 2013 the most recent year statistics were available there were slightly
more than 240,000 lost work day injuries and illnesses among private industry
workers in Canada, almost all of which could have been prevented. While
training, personal protective equipment and other preventive measures play
an important role in incident prevention, safety audits are a cornerstone of
safe workplace culture. Safety audits can help employers and their employees
identify existing workplace hazards and create appropriate controls to prevent
injury or illness. This course is appropriate for all workers and supervisors in
Canada in general, construction, oil and gas, and other industrial and office
settings. This course does not address any specific OHS training requirements,
but is instead based on industry best practices and accepted methods for
performing effective safety audits.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 13 minutes

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Performing Safety Audits - International

Personal Protective Equipment - International

There are an estimated 270 million on-the-job injuries and illnesses among
private industry workers worldwide each year, almost all of which could have
been prevented. While training, personal protective equipment and other
preventive measures play an important role in incident prevention, safety
audits are a cornerstone of safe workplace culture. Safety audits can help
employers and their employees identify existing workplace hazards and create
appropriate controls to prevent injury or illness. This course is appropriate for
all workers and supervisors in general, construction, oil and gas, and other
industrial and office settings. This course does not address any specific OHS
training requirements, but is instead based on industry best practices and
accepted methods for performing effective safety audits.

Personal protective equipment, or PPE, has been around throughout history in


various forms. Even everyday clothing is a form of PPE, but many jobs and
workplaces have unique hazards that require additional protection, such as
gloves, boots, eye protection and many others. This course will teach
employees to identify the need for PPE, define the concept of a hazard
assessment, things to consider when choosing PPE, and the different types of
PPE used to protect all parts of the body. This course is intended for general
industry employees who, during their regular work duties, are required to use
personal protective equipment.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 22 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 35 minutes

Personal Protective Equipment for Oil and Gas Personnel


Personal Protective Equipment
Personal protective equipment, or PPE, has been around throughout history in
various forms. Even everyday clothing is a form of PPE, but many jobs and
workplaces have unique hazards that require additional protection, such as
gloves, boots, eye protection and many others. This course will teach
employees to identify the need for PPE, define the concept of a hazard
assessment, things to consider when choosing PPE, and the different types of
PPE used to protect all parts of the body. This course is intended for generalindustry employees who, during their regular work duties, are required to use
personal protective equipment. This course is presented in English and
Spanish.

The Occupational Safety and Health Administrations General Duty Clause


requires employers to provide a workplace environment that is free from
hazards that are likely to cause serious injury or death. This includes providing
the training and personal protective equipment to protect employees from
hazards on oil and gas sites. Workers who successfully complete this course
will be able to recognize common hazards on oil and gas sites and identify the
required and recommended personal protective equipment necessary to
mitigate those hazards. This course is meant for all employees working on oil
and gas exploration and extraction sites.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 26 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 32 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Respiratory Protection

Personal Protective Equipment - Canada


Personal protective equipment, or PPE, has been around throughout history in
various forms. Even everyday clothing is a form of PPE, but many jobs and
workplaces have unique hazards that require additional protection, such as
gloves, boots, eye protection and many others. This course will teach
employees to identify the need for PPE, define the concept of a hazard
assessment, things to consider when choosing PPE, and the different types of
PPE used to protect all parts of the body. This course is intended for general
industry employees in Canada who, during their regular work duties, are
required to use personal protective equipment.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 35 minutes

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Many work environments can involve airborne particles that could be


hazardous if inhaled. Airborne viruses, hazardous chemical fumes, and even
some types of dust particles can cause injury or illness if workers breathe
them in. If the atmosphere becomes hazardous to breathe, employees may
require respiratory protection. Learners who successfully complete this course
will demonstrate knowledge of the basics of respiratory protection and how to
use it on the job. Employees will learn about potential inhalation hazards, the
different respirator types and their uses, how to fit test a respirator mask, and
respirator care and maintenance. This course is designed for general industry
employees who, during their regular work duties, are required to wear
respiratory protection, and is intended to assist the employer in meeting
OSHAs Respiratory Protection Standard. While this course addresses OSHA
training requirements, there may be additional site-specific training
components, hands-on training, and health testing required that must be
fulfilled by an employer. This course is presented in English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 19 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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General Safety

Respiratory Protection - Canada

Safe Housekeeping for Retail Workers

Many work environments can involve airborne particles that could be


hazardous if inhaled. Airborne viruses, hazardous chemical fumes, and even
some types of dust particles can cause injury or illness if workers breathe
them in. If the atmosphere becomes hazardous to breathe, employees may
require respiratory protection. Learners who successfully complete this course
will demonstrate knowledge of the basics of respiratory protection and how to
use it on the job. Employees will learn about potential inhalation hazards, the
different respirator types and their uses, how to fit test a respirator mask, and
respirator care and maintenance. This course is designed for general industry
employees in Canada who, during their regular work duties, are required to
wear respiratory protection. While this course addresses general classroom
training requirements, there may be additional site-specific training
components, hands-on training, and health testing required that must be
fulfilled by an employer.

Housekeeping is an important part of working in a retail environment. A


cluttered, dirty store can have a negative impact on customer impressions of a
store as well as employee morale. Injuries are also more common in stores
that arent properly cleaned maintained. Having a neat and well-maintained
store is important to keeping customers and employees safe. Workers who
successfully complete this course should be able to identify ergonomic
hazards, slip, trip and fall hazards and chemical hazards that are common in
the retail industry. This course is specifically designed for workers in the retail
industry and contains examples and scenarios relevant to the retail
environment.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 16 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 19 minutes

Respiratory Protection - International

Safe Housekeeping in the Hospitality Industry

Many work environments can involve airborne particles that could be


hazardous if inhaled. Airborne viruses, hazardous chemical fumes, and even
some types of dust particles can cause injury or illness if workers breathe
them in. If the atmosphere becomes hazardous to breathe, employees may
require respiratory protection. Learners who successfully complete this course
will demonstrate knowledge of the basics of respiratory protection and how to
use it on the job. Employees will learn about potential inhalation hazards, the
different respirator types and their uses, how to fit test a respirator mask, and
respirator care and maintenance. This course is designed for general industry
employees who, during their regular work duties, are required to wear
respiratory protection.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 19 minutes

Cleanliness is one of the biggest factors when guests choose whether to


return to a hotel or resort. This is why housekeeping is so important.
Unfortunately it can also be hazardous. Housekeepers are almost twice as
likely to be injured as other hospitality workers. In fact, nine out of ten
housekeepers say they have suffered work-related pain. Injuries can be
serious, making it difficult or impossible to work. Some injuries can lead to
permanent disabilities. This course will explain the most common
housekeeping hazards and the best practices for eliminating or controlling
those hazards. This course is designed for housekeeping and maintenance
staff working in hotels and other hospitality settings. This course is available in
English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Respiratory Protection for Oil and Gas Personnel


Oil and gas exploration and production often causes workers to encounter
hazardous atmospheres. Hazardous chemical fumes, low oxygen
environments, and even some types of dust particles can cause injury or
illness to workers. If the atmosphere becomes hazardous to breathe,
employees may require respiratory protection. Learners who successfully
complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of the basics of respiratory
protection and how to use it on the job. Employees will learn about potential
inhalation hazards, the different respirator types and their uses, how to fit test
a respirator mask, and respirator care and maintenance. This course is
designed for employees on oil and gas exploration and production sites who,
during their regular work duties, are required to wear respiratory protection,
and is intended to assist the employer in meeting OSHAs Respiratory
Protection Standard. The course features examples and scenarios unique to
the oil and gas industry. While this course addresses OSHA training
requirements, there may be additional site-specific training components,
hands-on training, and health testing required that must be fulfilled by an
employer.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 19 minutes

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Back injuries are one of the most common workplace injuries. The National
Institute for Occupational Safety and Health, or NIOSH, estimates back injuries
make up almost twenty percent of all workplace injuries and costs as much as
fifty billion dollars a year. This course is designed to give supermarket
employees the knowledge and skills they need to avoid back injuries while
lifting and moving products and equipment on the job. When this course is
over, the learner should be able to identify the causes and consequences of
back injuries, as well as proper lifting technique. This course is designed for
supermarket workers and contains scenarios and examples unique to that
setting. This course is presented in English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 14 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Safe Pool Operation

General Safety
Sewage, Waste Water and Water Line Safety, Basic International
An important job for any municipality is providing clean water and disposing of
waste water for its citizens. This job is essential, but by nature, it carries
certain hazards. Most of these hazards come from being exposed to bacteria
and other infectious agents contained in sewage and waste water. Workers
who successfully complete this course will know the major hazards of sewage,
waste water and water line maintenance. Learners will be able to identify the
major physical and exposure hazards of sewage, waste water and water line
maintenance and their preventative measures. This course is intended for
municipal sewage and water line maintenance workers and managers.

Pools, hot tubs, splash pads and other water features are a big draw for hotels
and recreational facilities. Swimming is a lot of fun, but public pools can
present serious health risks to guests and employees if they are not properly
designed and maintained, and if safety rules are not carefully followed.
Ensuring a safe and healthy pool environment requires that all employees who
work in and around the pool area understand the basics of pool hygiene and
safety, and how to protect themselves and others from harm. This course will
provide learners with information about the chemical hazards, physical
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 31 minutes

Safe Work Strategies and Procedures on Campus


College and university campuses are large communities with many varied
roles for students and employees. There are many hazards that can be
associated with the various jobs and responsibilities on campus, including
many unexpected hazards that are easily overlooked by inexperienced
workers. This course is designed to provide the learner with an overview of
the hierarchy of hazard controls and the purpose and importance of the
various hazard controls used on campus. This course is intended for all
employees, students and volunteers on college and university campuses.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 11 minutes

Slips, Trips and Falls


Slips, trips and falls area major source of injury in U.S. workplaces. According
to the Department of Labor, slips, trips and falls are the most common type of
accident in the workplace and are responsible for around 25% of all reported
injuries. These injuries arent always minor either; slips, trips and falls are the
second leading cause of accidental death in the workplace. This course will
teach employees about slip, trip and fall hazards and what they can do to
minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn to identify general
OSHA safety requirements, guarding for floor and wall openings, issues with
stairways, ladder, scaffolds, loading docks and how personal behavior affects
safety. This course is intended for general-industry employees who, during
their regular work duties, may be exposed to hazards that could cause slips,
trips or falls. This course is intended to assist the employer in meeting the
requirements of OSHAs standards for walking and working surfaces. This
course is presented in English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 21 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 18 minutes

Slips, Trips and Falls - Canada


Sewage, Waste Water and Water Line Maintenance
An important job for any municipality is providing clean water and disposing of
waste water for its citizens. This job is essential, but by nature, it carries
certain hazards. Most of these hazards come from being exposed to bacteria
and other infectious agents contained in sewage and waste water. Workers
who successfully complete this course will know the major hazards of sewage,
waste water and water line maintenance. Learners will be able to identify the
major physical and exposure hazards of sewage, waste water and water line
maintenance and their preventative measures. This course is intended for
municipal sewage and water line maintenance workers and managers.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 11 minutes

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Slips, trips and falls area major source of injury in Canadian workplaces.
According to the Canadian Centre for Occupational Health and Safety over 60,
000 workers in Canada are injured each year as a result of falls on the job.
These injuries arent always minor either; slips, trips and falls are the leading
cause of accidental death in the workplace. This course will teach employees
about slip, trip and fall hazards and what they can do to minimize or eliminate
those hazards. Employees will learn to identify general OHS safety
requirements, guarding for floor and wall openings, issues with stairways,
ladder, scaffolds, loading docks and how personal behavior affects safety.
This course is intended for general-industry employees in Canada who, during
their regular work duties, may be exposed to hazards that could cause slips,
trips or falls. This course is intended to assist the employer in meeting the fall
protection requirements under provincial, territorial and federal OHS laws.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 21 minutes

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General Safety

General Safety

Slips, Trips and Falls - Supermarket

Stop Work Authority

Slips, trips and falls area major source of injury in U.S. workplaces. According
to the Department of Labor, slips, trips and falls are the most common type of
accident in the workplace and are responsible for around 25% of all reported
injuries. These injuries arent always minor either; slips, trips and falls are the
second leading cause of accidental death in the workplace. This course will
teach employees about slip, trip and fall hazards and what they can do to
minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn to identify general
OSHA safety requirements, guarding for floor and wall openings, issues with
stairways, ladder, scaffolds, loading docks and how personal behavior affects
safety. This course is specifically designed for supermarket employees and
contains examples and scenarios relevant to the grocery environment. This
course is intended to assist the employer in meeting the requirements of
OSHAs standards for walking and working surfaces. This course is presented
in English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 12 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Upon completion of this learning event, the learner will demonstrate the ability
to identify the elements of a stop work authority program and employee
responsibilities in a stop work authority program.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 13 minutes

Slips, Trips and Falls in Retail Sales


Slips, trips and falls area major source of injury in U.S. workplaces. According
to the Department of Labor, slips, trips and falls are the most common type of
accident in the workplace and are responsible for around 25% of all reported
injuries. These injuries arent always minor either; slips, trips and falls are the
second leading cause of accidental death in the workplace. This course will
teach employees about slip, trip and fall hazards and what they can do to
minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn to identify general
OSHA safety requirements, guarding for floor and wall openings, issues with
stairways, ladder, scaffolds, loading docks and how personal behavior affects
safety. This course is specifically designed for workers in the retail industry
and contains examples and scenarios relevant to the retail environment. This
course is intended to assist the employer in meeting the requirements of
OSHAs standards for walking and working surfaces.

Street Maintenance Safety, Basic - International


Street maintenance covers a lot of different job activities: maintaining street
signs, cleaning city streets and storm drains, and repairing streets and
sidewalks. All of these activities include their own types of hazards. Traffic can
be especially dangerous, because it is difficult to predict what drivers will do.
Workers who successfully complete this course will know about the major
hazards associated with street maintenance and how to protect against them.
Learners should be able to identify the physical and health hazards associated
with municipal street maintenance work and their preventative measures. This
course is intended for municipal street maintenance workers.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 12 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 12 minutes

Slips, Trips, and Falls - International


Slips, trips and falls area major source of injury worldwide, in every industry.
These injuries arent always minor either; slips, trips and falls are one of the
leading causes of accidental death in the workplace. This course will teach
employees about slip, trip and fall hazards and what they can do to minimize
or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn to identify general safety
requirements, guarding for floor and wall openings, issues with stairways,
ladder, scaffolds, loading docks and how personal behavior affects safety.
This course is intended for general-industry employees who, during their
regular work duties, may be exposed to hazards that could cause slips, trips or
falls.

Street Maintenance Worker Safety


Street maintenance covers a lot of different job activities: maintaining street
signs, cleaning city streets and storm drains, and repairing streets and
sidewalks. All of these activities include their own types of hazards. Traffic can
be especially dangerous, because it is difficult to predict what drivers will do.
Workers who successfully complete this course will know about the major
hazards associated with street maintenance and how to protect against them.
Learners should be able to identify the physical and health hazards associated
with municipal street maintenance work and their preventative measures. This
course is intended for municipal street maintenance workers.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 12 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 21 minutes

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Trash Disposal in Retail Operations
Lets face it. People produce a lot of trash. Retail operations use and throw
away thousands of tons of material every day. In addition to the environmental
impact of all that trash, some waste products can be hazardous and have to
be handled properly in order to avoid harming sanitation workers or polluting
the environment. Equipment such as trash compactors and cardboard balers
can also pose hazards to workers. This course is designed for retail and
grocery employees who will be responsible for collecting, sorting, or disposing
of trash and recycling, and features examples and scenarios tailored to the
retail industry. During the course, employees will get an overview of the
different types of municipal solid waste typically generated by retail and
grocery operations, and the laws regarding collection and disposal of those
wastes. The course will also discuss appropriate safety procedures for
processing and handling waste. This course focuses on typical retail waste
streams. Employers who generate hazardous wastes may also be interested in
our Hazardous Waste Awareness course.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 17 minutes

General Safety
Warehouse Safety

Most large businesses need warehouses to store and organize raw materials,
finished product, surplus equipment or other materials. Unfortunately, fatal
injuries are more common in warehouses than in other workplaces on
average. Learners who successfully complete this course will know how to
identify common hazards associated with materials handling and other
warehouse operations, and how to minimize or eliminate those hazards. This
course is intended for employees who are required to perform common
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 12 minutes

Warehouse Safety - Canada

Tuberculosis Exposure
While there are treatment methods for tuberculosis, it is still a disease that
kills thousands worldwide every year. This course is designed to give
employees an overview of tuberculosiss characteristics, how it infects people
and spreads, and how you can prevent being infected or spreading it.
Learners who successfully complete this course will be able to identify the
nature and types of tuberculosis, and recommended measures for avoiding
tuberculosis exposure and infection in the workplace. This course is designed
for all medical and non-medical industry personnel who may reasonably
anticipate coming into contact with a tuberculosis-infected person in the
workplace.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 16 minutes

Most large businesses need warehouses to store and organize raw materials,
finished product, surplus equipment or other materials. Unfortunately, fatal
injuries are more common in warehouses than in other workplaces on
average. Learners who successfully complete this course will know how to
identify common hazards associated with materials handling and other
warehouse operations, and how to minimize or eliminate those hazards. This
course is intended for employees in Canada who are required to perform
common warehousing tasks such as materials handling, stacking, and storage.
This course is intended to aid Canadian employers in meeting OHS and other
provincial, territorial and federal health and safety regulations.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 12 minutes

Warehouse Safety - International


Most large businesses need warehouses to store and organize raw materials,
finished product, surplus equipment or other materials. Warehouses can be
safe work environments, as long as things are running smoothly.
Unfortunately, fatal injuries are more common in warehouses than in other
workplaces on average. The two greatest hazards in a warehouse are forklifts
and improperly stacked materials. Learners who successfully complete this
course will know how to identify common hazards associated with materials
handling and other warehouse operations, and how to minimize or eliminate
those hazards. This course is intended for employees who are required to
perform common warehousing tasks such as material handling, stacking, and
storage.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 12 minutes

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Hazardous Substances

Waste Collectors Safety

Access to Medical Records

Waste collection has historically been a dangerous job. The overall safety of
the job has improved in the last ten to fifteen years as more trucks have been
equipped with mechanical collection arms that minimize the collectors
exposure to physical hazards outside the truck. Even so, waste collection still
carries a number of hazards which training in safe work practices can
minimize. Workers who successfully complete this course will know about the
major physical and exposure hazards associated with municipal waste
collection. Learners will be able to identify the physical and health hazards of
waste collection and their preventative measures, and identify safe driving
practices required during municipal waste collection. This course is intended
for municipal waste collectors and managers.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 13 minutes

Waste Collectors Safety, Basic - International


Waste collection has historically been a dangerous job. The overall safety of
the job has improved in the last ten to fifteen years as more trucks have been
equipped with mechanical collection arms that minimize the collectors
exposure to physical hazards outside the truck. Even so, waste collection still
carries a number of hazards which training in safe work practices can
minimize. Workers who successfully complete this course will know about the
major physical and exposure hazards associated with municipal waste
collection. Learners will be able to identify the physical and health hazards of
waste collection and their preventative measures, and identify safe driving
practices required during municipal waste collection. This course is intended
for municipal waste collectors and managers.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 13 minutes

Some types of jobs may expose workers to toxic substances. When an


exposure incident happens, the Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA) requires employers to maintain records of what
workers were exposed to, and to maintain any medical records that result
from that exposure. This course will help workers understand the types of
records that must be kept and their individual rights to access those records.
After successfully completing the course, the learner will have displayed the
ability to recognize the different types of employee exposure and medical
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 12 minutes

Asbestos Hazard Awareness

Wildlife Safety for the Oil and Gas Industry

Oil and gas field work often takes place in remote locations, and there is a
good chance that workers may come into contact with wildlife on the job. Wild
animals can attack people, transmit diseases and damage property, so it is
important for workers to know what to do when they encounter wild animals
in the field. This course is designed to teach oil and gas workers how to
identify various types of dangerous and nuisance animals common to North
America, the hazards they present, and the standard precautions to take if
these animals are encountered. This course is intended for all employees who

Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral with excellent heat- and fire-resistant


properties. Throughout the 20th century, asbestos was commonly used in
building materials, pipe coatings, flooring, paint and texturing, and many other
applications. Unfortunately, inhaling asbestos fibers can cause asbestosis, a
chronic and often fatal lung disease. Fortunately, U.S. manufacturing
began phasing out asbestos in the 1970s. However, there are still many
buildings, homes and commercial facilities that contain Asbestos-Containing
Building Materials (ACBMs). This course will give workers an overview of
asbestos safety, including how asbestos exposure can happen, the negative
health effects of asbestos exposure, and common safety practices they must
follow to avoid exposure. This course is appropriate for all workers in general,
construction, oil and gas, and other industrial settings. While this course is
designed to meet OSHA training requirements, there may be additional sitespecific training requirements for workers. Please refer to the regulation listed
on this page for more information. This course is presented in English and
Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 19 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 23 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Hazardous Substances

Hazardous Substances

Asbestos Hazard Awareness - International

Bloodborne Pathogens

Asbestos is a naturally occurring mineral with excellent heat- and fire-resistant


properties. Throughout the 20th century, asbestos was commonly used in
building materials, pipe coatings, flooring, paint and texturing, and many other
applications. Unfortunately, inhaling asbestos fibers can cause asbestosis, a
chronic and often fatal lung disease. Fortunately, manufacturing began
phasing out asbestos in the 1970s. However, there are still many buildings,
homes and commercial facilities that contain Asbestos-Containing Building
Materials (ACBMs). This course will give workers an overview of asbestos
safety, including how asbestos exposure can happen, the negative health
effects of asbestos exposure, and common safety practices they must follow
to avoid exposure. This course is appropriate for all workers in general,
construction, oil and gas, and other industrial settings.

Exposure to substances that could contain infectious agents is a common


worker hazard in the United States and abroad. Healthcare workers such as
physicians, nurses and technicians are commonly thought of as being at-risk;
however, building maintenance workers, social workers, food service and
housekeeping workers, childcare workers and teachers, administrative
personnel, and many other job types may also be at risk for exposure. The
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), recognizes that many
employees come in contact with human blood or other potentially infectious
materials during daily duties and thus are potentially exposed to this
occupational hazard. OSHAs bloodborne pathogen standard has served as
the basis for implementing policies and practices to minimize workers risk of
exposure to BBP's, specifically to the Hepatitis B virus (HBV), the Hepatitis C
virus (HCV) and the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). This course will
teach employees about the hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the
workplace and the basic controls required under OSHAs bloodborne
pathogen standard. This course will teach employees about the hazards of
bloodborne pathogens in the workplace. Employees will learn how to identify
major bloodborne diseases and symptoms, how pathogens are transmitted
and the basics of exposure prevention and incident response and cleanup.
This awareness-level course is designed for all workers who may be exposed

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 19 minutes

Benzene Awareness
Benzene is a sweet-smelling, colorless liquid that can be extracted from coal
and petroleum. Benzene is mostly used as a solvent in the manufacturing
processes of medicines, dyes, linoleum, oil cloth, pesticides, plastics, paints
and other coatings, varnishes, lacquers, explosives, and even gasoline.
However, benzene is an extremely flammable substance and a known
carcinogen that can cause other significant health problems. Employees who
complete this course will display the ability to recognize the hazards, common
sources and recommended safe work practices associated with benzene. This
course is designed for all employees working in occupations that are
associated with benzene hazards, and will help employers comply with
OSHAs regulations on benzene.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 15 minutes

Biological Safety On Campus

Laboratories and research facilities that work with potentially infectious


biological materials can present a number of hazards to students and workers.
In order to prevent unintentional worker exposure to or accidental release of
biohazardous materials, laboratories must institute biosafety practices. During
this course, learners will be introduced to the basics of laboratory biosafety
and Laboratory Biosafety Levels (BSLs). The course also includes information
about common biological hazards, personal protective equipment,
housekeeping and decontamination, working after hours and common first aid

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 40 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Bloodborne Pathogens - Cal/OSHA


Exposure to substances that could contain infectious agents is a common
worker hazard in the United States and abroad. Healthcare workers such as
physicians, nurses and technicians are commonly thought of as being at-risk;
however, building maintenance workers, social workers, food service and
housekeeping workers, childcare workers and teachers, administrative
personnel, and many other job types may also be at risk for exposure. The
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and the California
Division of Occupational Safety and Health (Cal/OSHA), recognize that many
employees come in contact with human blood or other potentially infectious
materials during daily duties and thus are potentially exposed to this
occupational hazard. Cal/OSHAs bloodborne pathogen standard has served
as the basis for implementing policies and practices to minimize workers risk
of exposure to BBP's, specifically to the Hepatitis B virus (HBV), the Hepatitis C
virus (HCV) and the Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). This course will
teach employees about the hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the
workplace and the basic controls required under Cal/OSHAs bloodborne
pathogen standard. This course will teach employees about the hazards of
bloodborne pathogens in the workplace. Employees will learn how to identify
major bloodborne diseases and symptoms, how pathogens are transmitted
and the basics of exposure prevention and incident response and cleanup.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 40 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 30 minutes

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Topic
Hazardous Substances

Hazardous Substances

Bloodborne Pathogens - Canada

Bloodborne Pathogens for Research and Campus


Activities

Exposure to substances that could contain infectious agents is a common


worker hazard. Healthcare workers such as physicians, nurses and technicians
are commonly thought of as being at-risk; however, building maintenance
workers, social workers, food service and housekeeping workers, childcare
workers and teachers, administrative personnel, and many other job types
may also be at risk for exposure. This course will teach employees about the
hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the workplace and the basic controls

Exposure to substances that could contain infectious agents is a common


hazard for laboratory and research workers. The Occupational Safety and
Health Administration (OSHA), recognizes that many employees come in
contact with human blood or other potentially infectious materials during daily
duties and thus are potentially exposed to this occupational hazard. OSHAs
bloodborne pathogen standard has served as the basis for implementing
policies and practices to minimize workers risk of exposure to BBP's,
specifically to the Hepatitis B virus (HBV), the Hepatitis C virus (HCV) and the
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). This course will teach employees about
the hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the workplace and the basic controls
required under OSHAs bloodborne pathogen standard. This course will teach
employees about the hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the workplace.
Employees will learn how to identify major bloodborne diseases and
symptoms, how pathogens are transmitted and the basics of exposure
prevention and incident response and cleanup. This awareness-level course is
intended for students and employees working in a university or other
educational setting who may be exposed to blood or other potentially
infectious materials (OPIM) at any time during the performance of their regular
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 31 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 40 minutes

Carcinogen Awareness

Bloodborne Pathogens - International


Exposure to substances that could contain infectious agents is a common
worker hazard. Healthcare workers such as physicians, nurses and technicians
are commonly thought of as being at-risk; however, building maintenance
workers, social workers, food service and housekeeping workers, childcare
workers and teachers, administrative personnel, and many other job types
may also be at risk for exposure. This course will teach employees about the
hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the workplace and the basic controls.
This course will teach employees about the hazards of bloodborne pathogens
in the workplace. Employees will learn how to identify major bloodborne
diseases and symptoms, how pathogens are transmitted and the basics of
exposure prevention and incident response and cleanup. This awareness-level
course is designed for all workers who may be exposed to blood or other
potentially infectious materials (OPIM) at any time during the performance of
their regular job duties.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 40 minutes

A carcinogen is, by definition, a substance that causes cancer. Carcinogens


cause cancer by causing unhealthy cell mutations or advancing mutated cell
replication. Many work processes or pieces of workplace equipment can
expose workers to carcinogens, and the potential health effects may not be
apparent for many years. Taking this course will help employees recognize the
hazards, characteristics, and safe work practices associated with workplace
carcinogens. This course is designed for all employees working in occupations
that are associated with carcinogenic substances, chemical or otherwise. This
course will help employers to comply with OSHAs standards on Toxic and
Hazardous Substances.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 14 minutes

Chemical Hazards in Laboratories and Research Facilities


A lot of important scientific research and development is done in laboratories.
The healthcare, pharmaceutical, and oil and gas industries, and many others,
rely on lab results to create processes and products, and to save lives.
However, there can be hazards to laboratory workers. Not least among them
are chemical hazards. This course will teach the learner to recognize the
basics of chemical classification and safety, including safe handling and
storage, the correct use of PPE, and recommended emergency procedures.
This course is designed for all employees and students working with
chemicals in a laboratory or research setting. It is intended to assist the
employer in complying with OSHAs hazardous chemical training requirements
for laboratories and general industry.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 24 minutes

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Hazardous Substances

Hazardous Substances

Chemical Hygiene Plan

Compressed Gas Safety

A lot of important scientific research and development is done in laboratories,


and a lot of people depend on their work. However, there can be several
hazards to lab workers, particularly chemical hazards. The Occupational Safety
and Health Administration (OSHA) requires labs to create a formalized
chemical hygiene plan to help protect lab employees from chemical hazards.
Learners who successfully complete this course will display the ability to
recognize the purpose and components of a chemical hygiene plan, and
identify his/her responsibilities in the continued implementation of such a plan.
This course is designed for all workers, students or other personnel who will
work in a laboratory.

Compressed gas cylinders are designed to hold gases under extremely high
pressures in a relatively small container. But this convenience also presents
physical, explosive, toxic, corrosive and cryogenic dangers. This course should
help employees learn how to identify the hazards of compressed gases and
compressed gas cylinders, labeling and storage requirements for cylinders,
and how to implement safe work practices. This course is intended for
employees who use or work near compressed gases on a regular basis, and is
designed to help employers meet the requirements of OSHAs compressed
gas standards.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 18 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 20 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Chemical Safety
There are nearly six hundred and fifty thousand chemical products available
today, and hundreds more introduced every year. OSHA estimates about
thirty-two million employees work with at least one chemical hazard every
day. Employees who take this course will learn how to identify hazards
associated with different chemicals, how to identify those hazards based on
container labeling, how to properly use personal protective equipment, and
safe storage and cleanup procedures. This course is intended for generalindustry employees who work with or around hazardous chemicals on a
regular basis. It will also aid employers in meeting several standards found
under OSHAs Hazardous Materials Standard.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 22 minutes

Chemical Safety - Canada


There are nearly six hundred and fifty thousand chemical products available
today, and hundreds more introduced every year. Employees who take this
course will learn how to identify hazards associated with different chemicals,
how to identify those hazards based on container labeling, how to properly
use personal protective equipment, and safe storage and cleanup procedures.
This course is intended for general-industry employees in Canada who work
with or around hazardous chemicals on a regular basis. It will also aid
employers in meeting WHMIS, PPE and other OHS standards.

Compressed Gas Safety - International


Compressed gas cylinders are designed to hold gases under extremely high
pressures in a relatively small container. But this convenience also presents
physical, explosive, toxic, corrosive and cryogenic dangers. This course should
help employees learn how to identify the hazards of compressed gases and
compressed gas cylinders, labeling and storage requirements for cylinders,
and how to implement safe work practices. This course is intended for
employees who use or work near compressed gases on a regular basis.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 16 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 22 minutes

Compressed Gases Awareness - Cal/OSHA


Chemical Safety - International
There are nearly six hundred and fifty thousand chemical products available
today, and hundreds more introduced every year. Employees who take this
course will learn how to identify hazards associated with different chemicals,
how to identify those hazards based on container labeling, how to properly
use personal protective equipment, and safe storage and cleanup procedures.
This course is intended for general-industry employees who work with or
around hazardous chemicals on a regular basis.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 22 minutes

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Compressed gas cylinders are designed to hold gases under extremely high
pressures in a relatively small container. But this convenience also presents
physical, explosive, toxic, corrosive and cryogenic dangers. This course should
help employees learn how to identify the hazards of compressed gases and
compressed gas cylinders, labeling and storage requirements for cylinders,
and how to implement safe work practices. This course is intended for
employees in California who use or work near compressed gases on a regular
basis, and is designed to help employers meet the requirements of OSHA and
Cal/OSHAs compressed gas standards.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 16 minutes

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Topic
Hazardous Substances

Hazardous Substances

Fireworks Safety

Formaldehyde Safety in Research and Education

Fireworks can be a lot of fun. They involve fire, explosions, bright colors, and
that great gunpowder smell. Fireworks are so much fun both for those who
like to light them and those who just like to watch that they have become a
traditional part of celebrations such as Independence Day and New Years
Eve. Yeah, fireworks are as American as rock n roll, football, chicken wings
and guns. And its wonderful. Unfortunately, there is a dark side to the
combustible happiness offered by fireworks. Each year, thousands of minor
injuries are reported in the U.S., and many that are not-so-minor. In fact, in
most years a handful of people die in fireworks accidents. This course is
meant to give you a useful overview of fireworks history, fireworks safety
laws, and tips for safe fireworks use. When the course is over, you will have
been given information about the history of fireworks, the different types of
fireworks and their regulation, and safe practices for using consumer-level
fireworks. This course is part of our Off the Job safety series and is designed
for members of the general public of all ages. So strap yourself down and get
ready, because this here knowledge rocket is lit and ready to blast off!

Formaldehyde is a versatile substance used in many industrial and laboratory


processes, as well as in other medical and research settings. When workers
must be exposed to formaldehyde while performing research or disinfecting
equipment, it's important that they understand the hazards associated with
formaldehyde. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able
to identify the chemical and physical properties of formaldehyde, the effects
and symptoms of formaldehyde on the body, and required and recommended
safe handling and storage of formaldehyde. Learners should also be able to
identify exposure controls and proper responses, as well as monitoring and
medical surveillance systems.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 32 minutes

Globally Harmonized System

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 15 minutes

Flammable and Combustible Liquid Hazards International


When dealing with flammable and combustible liquids, proper handling,
storage and fire control requirements must be followed. This course will teach
employees about the hazards of different flammable and combustible liquids
and how to minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to
identify flammable and combustible liquid hazards with Safety Data Sheets
and labeling, and how to select hazard prevention measures. This course is
intended for employees who, during the course of their regular job duties,
may use or come in contact with flammable and combustible liquids.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 17 minutes

In 2012, OSHA updated the Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) standard to


require the use of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and
Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). GHS is exactly what it sounds like, a global,
unified system for classifying chemical hazards and presenting hazard
information in a uniform way on chemical containers, safety data sheets, and
other hazard communication documents. Employees who need HAZCOM
training under the OSHA standard must now also be trained over the
requirements of GHS, and must be familiar with the symbols and label formats
they are likely to encounter as GHS is implemented. During this course,
employees will learn about the new label and safety data sheet requirements
in the standard, as well as answers to common questions about the standard.
This course is intended for employees in any industry who have already
received OSHA compliant HAZCOM training, but who still need to be trained
over the recent GHS update. This course alone will not fulfill the HAZCOM
training requirement. Employees who have not yet received HAZCOM training
should take one of our Hazard Communication courses, all of which
incorporate information about GHS. This course is presented in both English
and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 18 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Flammable and Combustible Liquids

H2S Safety Procedures for Drilling and Production


Operations

When dealing with flammable and combustible liquids, proper handling,


storage and fire control requirements must be followed. This course will teach
employees about the hazards of different flammable and combustible liquids
and how to minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to
identify flammable and combustible liquid hazards with Safety Data Sheets
and labeling, and how to select hazard prevention measures. This course is
intended for employees who, during the course of their regular job duties,
may use or come in contact with flammable and combustible liquids. This
course will assist employers with meeting OSHA regulations on flammable
liquids.

Hydrogen sulfide gas is a common hazard in the oil and gas industry.
Employees who successfully complete this course will demonstrate
knowledge of the sources of hydrogen sulfide, its physical and chemical
properties and effects on the body, hydrogen sulfide exposure controls and
exposure response. This course is designed for oil and gas industry
employees who, during their regular work duties, may come in contact with
hydrogen sulfide gas. This course is intended to assist the employer in
meeting OSHA requirements on hydrogen sulfide exposure. In addition to this
course, the employer should also provide a Respiratory Protection Course to
meet other OSHA training requirements.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 17 minutes

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Duration 19 minutes

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Hazardous Substances
H2S Safety Procedures for Drilling and Production
Operations - Canada
Hydrogen sulfide gas is a common hazard in the oil and gas industry.
Employees who successfully complete this course will demonstrate
knowledge of the sources of hydrogen sulfide, its physical and chemical
properties and effects on the body, hydrogen sulfide exposure controls and
exposure response. This course is designed for oil and gas industry
employees in Canada who, during their regular work duties, may come in
contact with hydrogen sulfide gas, and can help Canadian employers meet
hydrogen sulfide safety requirements contained in provincial, territorial and
federal OHS laws. In addition to this course, employers may be interested in
other courses in our Oil and Gas Series.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 19 minutes

Hazardous Substances
Hazard Communication - International
Chemicals can pose a wide range of health and physical hazards, and
exposure to hazardous chemicals is common for workers in a large variety of
industries. When workers are exposed to hazardous chemicals, employers
need to provide employees with information about those hazards and training
over how to protect themselves and others from harm. During this course,
employees will learn about the purpose and requirements of a HAZCOM
program. The course will discuss common sources and routes of potential
chemical exposure, and their recommended protective measures. Finally the
course will discuss methods for learning more about chemical hazards,
including labels, safety data sheets (SDS) and hazard assessments. This
course is designed for all employees who use hazardous chemicals, or who
work in a facility in which hazardous chemicals are regularly used or stored. It
has been updated to include information about the Globally Harmonized
System (GHS).
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 29 minutes

Hazard Communication
Chemicals can pose a wide range of health and physical hazards, and
exposure to hazardous chemicals is common for workers in a large variety of
industries. When workers are exposed to hazardous chemicals, OHSA requires
employers to provide employees with information about those hazards and
training over how to protect themselves and others from harm. During this
course, employees will learn about OSHA's Hazard Communication (HAZCOM)
standard and the purpose and requirements of a HAZCOM program. The
course will discuss common sources and routes of potential chemical
exposure, and their recommended protective measures. Finally the course will
discuss methods for learning more about chemical hazards, including labels,
safety data sheets (SDS) and hazard assessments. This course is intended to
assist the employer in meeting the training requirements under OSHAs
HAZCOM standard. It is designed for all employees who use hazardous
chemicals, or who work in a facility in which hazardous chemicals are regularly
used or stored. It has been updated to include information about the Globally
Harmonized System (GHS). This course is designed for employees who need
initial or refresher Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) training. Employees who
have already received HAZCOM training and only require training over the
GHS update should consider taking our Globally Harmonized System (GHS)
course instead. This course is presented in English and Spanish.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 29 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Hazard Communication for the Oil and Gas Industry


Chemicals can pose a wide range of health and physical hazards, and
exposure to hazardous chemicals is common for workers in a large variety of
industries. When workers are exposed to hazardous chemicals, OHSA requires
employers to provide employees with information about those hazards and
training over how to protect themselves and others from harm. During this
course, employees will learn about OSHA's Hazard Communication (HAZCOM)
standard and the purpose and requirements of a HAZCOM program. The
course will discuss common sources and routes of potential chemical
exposure, and their recommended protective measures. Finally the course will
discuss methods for learning more about chemical hazards, including labels,
safety data sheets (SDS) and hazard assessments. This course is intended to
assist the employer in meeting the training requirements under OSHAs
HAZCOM standard. It is specifically designed for workers employed on oil and
gas production, processing and other field sites and features examples and
scenarios relevant to that industry. It has been updated to include information
about the Globally Harmonized System (GHS). This course is designed for
employees who need initial or refresher Hazard Communication (HAZCOM)
training. Employees who have already received HAZCOM training and only
require training over the GHS update should consider taking our Globally
Harmonized System (GHS) course instead.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 17 minutes

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Topic
Hazardous Substances

Hazardous Substances

Hazardous Materials Management, Basic

Hexavalent Chromium

Hazardous materials can be dangerous. However, they can also be very


useful. Hazardous materials are used in manufacturing, service industries and
many other applications. To protect the people who transport these
substances and the public at large, the U.S. Department of Transportation
(DOT) has created a hazardous materials classification system Learners who
successfully complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of how to
identify general definitions related to the DOTs hazardous materials
classification. This course is designed for workers that, during the execution of
any job duties, are required to work with or around hazardous materials.
Additional training is available if employees require more comprehensive
training over the Hazardous Materials Table.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 15 minutes

Hexavalent chromium is a toxic form of chromium used in pigments, metal


coating, wood preservatives, fungicides, and several other products and
manufacturing processes. When used correctly, chromium is a versatile
element, but hexavalent chromium is a known carcinogen and inhalation
hazard. Employees who take this course will display the ability to recognize
the basic properties of hexavalent chromium, its hazards, and OSHA's
recommended and required exposure limits/safe work practices. This course is
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 15 minutes

Hazardous Materials Management, Explosives


Explosives are high energy materials which chemically react to form an
extremely rapid release of gas and energy. An explosive is defined as any
chemical compound, mixture, or device that creates an instantaneous release
of gas and heat. Learners who successfully complete this course should be
able to identify the characteristics and the subdivisions of Class 1 explosive
materials. This course is designed for employees who will need to recognize
the hazardous properties of Class 1 explosive materials. Employers may also
be interested in the Basic HAZMAT Management course if an employee is not
familiar with the Hazardous Materials Table.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 10 minutes

Household Chemical Safety


Chemicals are a useful part of most peoples lives. These can include outdoor
chemicals like gasoline and lawn fertilizer or indoor chemicals like oven
cleaner and floor polish, among many, many others. At the same time, even
the most innocuous household chemicals can be dangerous in certain
situations. Handling and storing chemicals safely without ingesting them is a
simple way to stay safe. Learners who complete this course will receive
information detailing common household chemical hazards and their related
safe handling and storage recommendations.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 15 minutes

Hazardous Waste Awareness

Lead Awareness

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and Environmental


Protection Agency (EPA) have very stringent requirements for hazardous waste
storage, handling and transportation. Not disposing of waste properly could
result in a hefty fine, in addition to potential environmental damage. This
course will teach employees their responsibilities when dealing with
hazardous waste at work. Employees will learn how to identify and describe
the basics of federal hazardous waste regulation, define hazardous waste,
and the different generator status categories. This course is intended for
employees who, during their regular work duties, are required to work with or
around hazardous waste. This course can assist employers in meeting OSHA
and EPA requirements on hazardous waste.

Lead has been used for thousands of years for different reasons such as
cooking pots, utensils, and plumbing. However, accidental exposure and
consumption to lead is poisonous and can result in significant organ and
tissue damage. This course will teach employees about the hazards of lead
exposure and controls used to minimize or eliminate those hazards.
Employees will learn about the effects of lead exposure, their rights as
workers in a facility with lead present, and the use of personal protective
equipment and other methods to reduce the risk of hazardous exposure. This
course is intended for general-industry employees who may be exposed to
significant levels of lead, and can assist employers in meeting OSHAs
requirements on lead exposure.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 16 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 15 minutes

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Hazardous Substances

Hazardous Substances

Mold and Mildew Awareness

Safety Data Sheets

Mold is a common allergen that people can be sensitive to. While not
everyone reacts to mold exposure in the same way, exposure to mold spores
can cause serious respiratory illnesses to particularly sensitive individuals. In
buildings that have suffered water damage, mold can also cause buildings to
deteriorate and become uninhabitable. This course is designed for employees
that are responsible for cleaning or remediating mold-exposed areas in their
workplace or as part of their job duties. Employees who successfully complete
this course should be able to identify potential effects of mold exposure,
procedures for determining mold exposure, procedures for remediating and
abating mold exposures, and methods of mold prevention.

Many employees in every industry work with potentially hazardous chemicals


every day. In order to help workers protect themselves from the chemical
hazards they may encounter on the job, the Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA) has adopted several rules requiring that employers and
chemical manufacturers provide information about chemicals in several
locations, including in a Safety Data Sheet, or SDS. SDSs help employees
understand the dangers of chemicals, how to obtain information on hazardous
materials, and how to assist co-workers if a spill or accident occurs. SDSs must
follow a standard format, and will always present certain information that
workers and emergency responders need. This course is intended to help
employees in any industry who work with chemicals to understand what
information is presented in the SDS and where to find it. After successfully
completing the course, learners should be able to identify the purpose and
key components of a safety data sheet, including the 16 sections required by
the Globally Harmonized System (GHS), an international system of rules for
classifying and labeling chemicals. Related courses that employers may be
interested in include Hazard Communication and the Globally Harmonized
System.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 18 minutes

NORM Awareness for Upstream Oil and Gas Operations


Radiation exists all around us in many different forms. While naturallyoccurring radioactive material (NORM) is pretty common on oil and gas sites,
its not difficult to stay safe from large quantities of NORM, Learners who
successfully complete this course will have displayed the ability to identify the
general characteristics of radiation and NORM and where it is found on oil and
gas sites and the required and recommended NORM-related protective
measures. This course is designed for all employees working at oil and gas
exploration, production or processing facilities at which naturally-occurring
radioactive material may be present. This course can also help employers
meet OSHA regulations on ionizing regulation.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 15 minutes

Radiation Safety Awareness

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 25 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Safety Data Sheets - Canada


Many employees in every industry work with potentially hazardous chemicals
every day. Safety Data Sheets (SDS) are provided by chemical manufacturers
to communicate the potential chemical hazards of their products. SDSs help
employees understand the dangers of chemicals, how to obtain information
on hazardous materials, and how to assist co-workers if a spill or accident
occurs. This course is intended to help employees in Canada in any industry
who work with chemicals to understand what information is presented in the
SDS and where to find it. After successfully completing the course, learners
should be able to identify the purpose and key components of a safety data
sheet. Related courses that employers may be interested in include Hazard
Communication and the Globally Harmonized System.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 25 minutes

Safety Data Sheets - International

The word radiation brings to mind all kinds of horrible associations. However,
radiation is everywhere and most incidental exposure isnt very harmful. Some
occupations do expose workers to more radiation than normal, but taking
proper precautions can help workers be around radiation safely. Learners who
successfully complete this course will know how to identify the potential
sources and types of radiation and their potential health effects. This course is
intended for those who work around or may be potentially exposed to
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 18 minutes

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Many employees in every industry work with potentially hazardous chemicals


every day. Safety Data Sheets (SDS) are provided by chemical manufacturers
to communicate the potential chemical hazards of their products. SDSs help
employees understand the dangers of chemicals, how to obtain information
on hazardous materials, and how to assist co-workers if a spill or accident
occurs. This course is intended to help employees in any industry who work
with chemicals to understand what information is presented in the SDS and
where to find it. After successfully completing the course, learners should be
able to identify the purpose and key components of a safety data sheet.
Related courses that employers may be interested in include Hazard
Communication and the Globally Harmonized System.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 25 minutes

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Topic
Hazardous Substances

Hazardous Substances

Silica Awareness

WHMIS

Silica is a very common ingredient found in all kinds of products. In recent


years, the rising number of silica-related illnesses has caused the
Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to pay closer attention
to silica exposure in the workplace. Workers who successfully complete this
course will be able to identify common materials containing crystalline silica,
and the hazards associated with crystalline silica exposure. They will also
demonstrate knowledge of the health effects associated with crystalline silica
exposure, and measures that can be taken to eliminate or minimize crystalline
silica exposure on the job. This course is designed for workers in the oil and
gas, construction and general industries who may, in the course of performing
their duties, come in contact with materials that may contain breathable
crystalline silica particles.

It has been estimated that one in four Canadian workers work with and are
exposed to one or more hazardous chemicals at work each day. There are
approximately 650,000 existing chemical products available today, and
hundreds more are introduced annually. Learners who successfully complete
this course will be able to recognize and carry out his or her fundamental
responsibilities to work safely with or near hazardous chemicals as required
by the Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS). This
course is intended for employees in Canada who may use, handle or be
exposed to hazardous chemicals as part of their job duties.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 12 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 15 minutes

Hazmat Transportation
Hazardous Materials Management, Basic

Universal Waste Management


Consumers and businesses use and throw away thousands of tons of material
every day. When items like batteries, fluorescent light bulbs, and unused
pesticides are dumped in landfills with the rest of the trash, they can create a
hazard to the environment and those of us who live in it. To help reduce the
amount of hazardous and toxic waste in landfills and the environment, the EPA
has created the Universal Waste Regulation. Learners who successfully
complete this course will be able to recognize different types of universal
waste, and their proper handling and disposal. This course is intended for
employees in all industries who are required to handle or dispose of materials
classified as universal waste by OSHA.

Hazardous materials can be dangerous. However, they can also be very


useful. Hazardous materials are used in manufacturing, service industries and
many other applications. To protect the people who transport these
substances and the public at large, the U.S. Department of Transportation
(DOT) has created a hazardous materials classification system Learners who
successfully complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of how to
identify general definitions related to the DOTs hazardous materials
classification. This course is designed for workers that, during the execution of
any job duties, are required to work with or around hazardous materials.
Additional training is available if employees require more comprehensive
training over the Hazardous Materials Table.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 15 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 12 minutes

Used Oil Management

Hazardous Materials Management, Explosives

Oil is one of the most common chemicals used in both commercial and
consumer machinery. Its absolutely necessary as a lubricant for all types of
engines, and when refined it yields gasoline, which makes those engines run
in the first place. Unfortunately, oil can be hazardous to the environment. One
gallon of oil can contaminate over a million gallons of fresh water. The
negative impact of used oil on our environment is simply too great not to be
taken seriously. This course is designed to provide the learner with skills to

Explosives are high energy materials which chemically react to form an


extremely rapid release of gas and energy. An explosive is defined as any
chemical compound, mixture, or device that creates an instantaneous release
of gas and heat. Learners who successfully complete this course should be
able to identify the characteristics and the subdivisions of Class 1 explosive
materials. This course is designed for employees who will need to recognize
the hazardous properties of Class 1 explosive materials. Employers may also
be interested in the Basic HAZMAT Management course if an employee is not
familiar with the Hazardous Materials Table.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 12 minutes

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Topic
Hazmat Transportation
Hazmat 00 - Hazardous Materials Transportation,
Introduction
Hazardous materials transportation is a very broad topic spanning many
different modes of transportation. This course has been adapted from
materials produced by the United States Department of Transportation to help
train employees who perform functions covered under the Hazardous
Materials Regulations, or the HMR. Workers who successfully complete this
introductory course should be able to define the term hazardous materials,
locate given sections of the HMR, and summarize who must comply with the
HMR which packages and containers the HMR apply to, what training is
required, and what the possible penalties are for violating the HMR. Employers
may also be interested in our other Hazardous Materials Transportation
courses.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 15 minutes

Hazmat Transportation
Hazmat 03 - HAZMAT Marking and Labeling
Marking and Labeling are part of the Department of Transportations overall
communications requirements. The individual offering hazardous materials
must use these marks and labels to communicate the hazards of that shipment
to the people who may be exposed to the hazard, such as truckers and
emergency responders. Learners who successfully complete this course will
have the ability to apply the requirements for marking and labeling hazardous
materials packages, freight containers, and/or transportation vehicles.
Learners will also identify special types of labeling that might be required for
international shipments, water shipments, and air shipments. This course is
intended for workers who, during the execution of any job duties, are required
to ship or transport hazardous materials regulated by the United States
Department of Transportation. To complete this course the learner will need
the use of external course references (provided) making the course duration
vary greatly per individual. Those with a solid HAZMAT background should be
able to complete the course in less than one hour.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 45 minutes

Hazmat 01 - The Hazardous Materials Table


The Hazardous Materials Table, or HMT, is the backbone of the Hazardous
Materials Regulations. Understanding and knowing how to use the Hazardous
Materials Table is the first step to complying with the Hazardous Materials
Regulations. After successfully completing this course, learners will display the
ability to use the Hazardous Materials (HAZMAT) Table. To complete this
course, learners will need the use of external course references (provided)
making the course duration vary greatly per individual. Those with a solid
HAZMAT background should be able to complete the course in less than one
hour. This course is intended for workers who, during the execution of any job
duties, are required to transport hazardous materials regulated by the United
States Department of Transportation. Employers may also be interested in our
other HAZMAT modules.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 36 minutes

Hazmat 04 - HAZMAT Placarding


To aid emergency response teams, the Department of Transportation (DOT)
developed a system of placarding for the rapid identification of hazardous
materials. Improperly placarded or unplacarded hazmat shipments place the
lives of these individuals and others at risk. Learners that successfully
complete this course will display knowledge of the U.S. Department of
Transportation's placarding requirements during hazardous materials
transportation. This course is designed for employees who will ship or
transport hazardous materials on U.S. roads, railways and highways. This
course references the DOTs Hazardous Materials Regulations.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 39 minutes

Hazmat 02 - HAZMAT Shipping Papers

Hazmat 05 - HAZMAT Packaging

Whether you are shipping by highway, rail, air, or water, shipping papers must
accompany most hazardous materials shipments. Learners that successfully
complete this course will have the ability to identify shipping papers, describe
the information found within, and identify any additional documentation
required for HAZMAT shipments. This course is intended for workers who,
during the execution of any job duties, are required to ship or transport
hazardous materials regulated by the United States Department of
Transportation. To complete this course the learner will need the use of
external course references (provided) making the course duration vary greatly
per individual. Those with a solid HAZMAT background should be able to
complete the course in less than one hour.

Shipping hazardous materials in anything less than fully certified packaging


risks damage to the environment, human health and to the business itself.
Workers who successfully complete this course should be able to identify the
shipper's responsibilities with hazardous materials packages and packaging,
and any exceptions to these requirements. To complete this course, learners
will need the use of external course references (provided) making the course
duration vary greatly per individual. Those with a solid HAZMAT background
should be able to complete the course in less than one hour. This course is
intended for workers who, during the execution of any job duties, are required
to package, ship or transport hazardous materials regulated by the United
States Department of Transportation.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


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Hazmat Transportation

Hazmat Transportation

Hazmat 06 - HAZMAT Carrier Requirements - Highway

Surveying the HAZMAT Incident

Many hazardous materials are transported on U.S. highways every day.


However, highway transportation of hazardous materials is heavily regulated.
There are requirements for documentation, qualifications and procedures that
both the shipper and the person transporting the cargo have to comply with.
Learners who successfully complete this course should be able to identify
relevant U.S. Department of Transportation regulations concerning the
transportation of hazardous materials on U.S. highways. This course can assist
employers with meeting both the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) and
the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR). This course is designed
for employees who will ship or transport hazardous materials on U.S.
highways.

Learners who successfully complete this course will display the ability to
identify the role of the first responder after an incident involving hazardous
materials, the proper steps to be taken after an incident, identify different
types and forms of hazardous materials and their containers. This course is
designed for those training as first responders who have completed the
awareness-level training and are ready to advance to the operations level, and
will help meet OSHAs HAZWOPER Standard and Parts 471 and 472 of the
NFPA Standard. It is important to note that successfully completing this course
cannot certify an employee, only an employer can certify that an individual
meets a specific responder competency.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 33 minutes

Hazmat 09 - HAZMAT Carrier Requirements - Air


Transporting hazardous materials by air requires compliance with specific U.S.
Department of Transportation regulations. Learners who successfully
complete this course will have the ability to identify the requirements for air
transportation of hazardous materials. To successfully complete this course,
the learner will need the use of external course references (provided) making
the course duration vary greatly per individual. Those with a solid HAZMAT
background should be able to complete the course in less than one hour. This
course is intended for workers who are required to transport hazardous
materials by air, as regulated by the United States Department of
Transportation.

HR Compliance
Access to Medical Records

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 34 minutes

Hazmat 10 - HAZMAT Transportation Security Awareness


This course is intended for workers who, during the execution of any job
duties, are required to transport hazardous materials regulated by the United
States Department of Transportation. After successfully completing this
course, learners will display an understanding of the key concepts relating to
security awareness, security risks associated with HAZMAT transportation, and
required and recommended methods for enhancing HAZMAT transportation
security. This course is designed to meet the requirements outlined in the
Hazardous Materials Regulations, or HMR, specifically with 49 CFR 172.800.
This course fulfills the awareness level training requirements for transporters
of HAZMAT. More in-depth training is required on company specific policies
and procedures.

Some types of jobs may expose workers to toxic substances. When an


exposure incident happens, the Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA) requires employers to maintain records of what
workers were exposed to, and to maintain any medical records that result
from that exposure. This course will help workers understand the types of
records that must be kept and their individual rights to access those records.
After successfully completing the course, the learner will have displayed the
ability to recognize the different types of employee exposure and medical

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Duration 16 minutes

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Duration 12 minutes

Topic
HR Compliance
Campus Security Authorities

HR Compliance
Discrimination in the Workplace for Managers - Canada
Learners who successfully complete this course will display the ability to
identify the legal issues associated with discrimination in the workplace and
how to minimize or eliminate a companys chances of unfavorable legal
action. Managers will learn how to identify what workplace discrimination is
and how it occurs, how to identify protected class categories, how to
recognize workplace aspects of discrimination, and recognize that employers
have certain legal responsibilities to prevent and react to incidents of
discrimination in the workplace. This course is intended for managers and
human resources officers in Canada in all industries, and will assist employers
in complying with Canadian anti-discrimination laws.

The FBI reports there were around 2,700 violent crimes and 87,000 property
crimes completed or attempted on and around U.S. college and university
campuses in 2011 alone. Having accurate, complete and timely information
about crime and safety on and around campus empowers current and
prospective students and employees to make informed decisions about their
safety. The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus
Crime Statistics Act (known as simply the Clery Act) requires all postsecondary
institutions that participate in federal student aid programs to collect and

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 20 minutes

Diversity in the Workplace

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 27 minutes

Conflict Resolution Strategies


Conflict is part of human nature. We all see things at least a bit differently from
each other, and when we care a lot about those things, were often willing to
argue, or even fight, for what we believe. Learners who successfully complete
this course will demonstrate knowledge of how to dispute causes, potential
dispute consequences, general types of conflict resolution programs, ThomasKilmann categories of conflict coping strategies, common bargaining styles
and their benefits, and methods for practicing negotiation and mediation in
the workplace. This course is designed to help managers, supervisors and HR
professionals create conflict resolution strategies for their workplace.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 105 minutes

Discrimination in the Workplace


Learners who successfully complete this course will display the ability to
identify the legal issues associated with discrimination in the workplace and
how to minimize or eliminate a companys chances of unfavorable legal
action. Managers will learn how to identify what workplace discrimination is
and how it occurs, how to identify protected class categories, how to
recognize workplace aspects of discrimination, and recognize that employers
have certain legal responsibilities to prevent and react to incidents of
discrimination in the workplace. This course is intended for managers and
human resources officers in all industries, and will assist employers in
complying with U.S. anti-discrimination laws.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes

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Most people view their individual qualities with pride, and even cultivate the
things that make them special. Just as there are differences between
individuals, there are also differences between certain groups of people. In an
increasingly globalized economy, workplaces are increasingly more diverse.
Employees who complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of working
in a diverse workplace and how they can turn perceived differences to the
companys advantage. Employees will learn to define workplace diversity,
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 16 minutes

Diversity in the Workplace - International


Most people view their individual qualities with pride, and even cultivate the
things that make them special. Just as there are differences between
individuals, there are also differences between certain groups of people. In an
increasingly globalized economy, workplaces are increasingly more diverse.
Employees who complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of working
in a diverse workplace and how they can turn perceived differences to the
companys advantage. Employees will learn to define workplace diversity,
recognize the challenges of managing and working with diverse people, and
recognize its benefits. This course is intended for workers in any industry.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 16 minutes

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Topic
HR Compliance

HR Compliance

Drug Free Workplace

FERPA - Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

The term drug abuse often conjures-up images of junkies lurking in back
alleys and crack houses, but most drug users are actively employed.
Substance abuse is a problem that can seriously affect the safety of all
employees in the workplace. This course will teach employees about the
importance of keeping drugs out of the workplace and what they can do to
help. Employees will learn about the impact of drug and alcohol abuse in U.S.
workplaces, how to identify the elements of a drug-free workplace program

Colleges and Universities collect large amounts of information about their


students in order to serve them properly. Technology makes it easier to gather
and manage this information, but also makes it easier for third parties to
obtain private student records. In order to protect the privacy rights of
students and their families, Congress enacted the Family Educational Rights
and Privacy Act (FERPA). The act sets guidelines for what records can and
cannot be accessed by students, guardians, and the general public, and
outlines student rights regarding having records amended. In this course
learners will find out about the history and purpose of FERPA and learn to
identify the rights and responsibilities outlined under the law and how they
apply to operations on campus. This course is designed for any and all
employees working in federally-funded post-secondary education institutions
who may have access to student records or other information. This course is
intended to assist employers in training employees to understand their
responsibilities under FERPA.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 26 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 23 minutes

HIPAA Compliance Training


Drug Free Workplace - Canada
The term drug abuse often conjures-up images of junkies lurking in back
alleys and crack houses, but most drug users are actively employed.
Substance abuse is a problem that can seriously affect the safety of all
employees in the workplace. This course will teach employees about the
importance of keeping drugs out of the workplace and what they can do to
help. Employees will learn about the impact of drug and alcohol abuse in the
workplace, how to identify the elements of a drug-free workplace program
and the signs and symptoms of drug and alcohol abuse. This course is
intended for employees in Canada in all industries.

Since its creation in the mid-Nineties, the Health Insurance Portability and
Accountability Act, or HIPAA, has been a major cause of concern for people
working both inside and outside the health care industry. This course is
designed to give employees an overview of HIPAA and its general
requirements. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able
to identify the purpose, basic terminology, and common actions companies
must take to comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability
Act, or HIPAA. This course is designed for all employees who work for
companies affected by HIPAA, but are not responsible for administering a
HIPAA compliance program.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 13 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 23 minutes

HIPAA Compliance Training for HR Officers

Drug Free Workplace - International


The term drug abuse often conjures-up images of junkies lurking in back
alleys and crack houses, but most drug users are actively employed.
Substance abuse is a problem that can seriously affect the safety of all
employees in the workplace. This course will teach employees about the
importance of keeping drugs out of the workplace and what they can do to
help. Employees will learn about the impact of drug and alcohol abuse in
workplaces, how to identify the elements of a drug-free workplace program
and the signs and symptoms of drug and alcohol abuse. This course is
intended for employees in all industries.

Since its creation in the mid-Nineties, the Health Insurance Portability and
Accountability Act, or HIPAA, has been a major cause of concern for people
working both inside and outside the health care industry. This course is
designed to give employees an overview of HIPAA and its general
requirements. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able
to identify the purpose, basic terminology, and common actions companies
must take to comply with the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability
Act, or HIPAA. This course is designed for employees who are involved in
human resources activities at companies who obtain health insurance through
an external insurance provider.

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Lawful Hiring Practices

HR Compliance
Leadership Skills for Managers - International

Human resources officers have a lot of responsibilities, including payroll,


managing benefits, disciplinary matters, paid time off, and hiring people. This
course is about hiring employees and the legal issues you need to think about
during each step of the hiring process. When the course is over, learners
should be able to identify potential legal problems in the pre-hiring process
and the hiring process. This course is intended for employees who work as
human resources officers or upper management responsible for involvement
in hiring processes as part of their regular work duties. This course can assist
employers in complying with U.S. anti-discrimination laws.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 19 minutes
Managers are expected to do things that sometimes seem impossible. Theyre
expected to solve their bosss problems, their employees problems and solve
their own problems and make it all happen while meeting deadlines and
customer demands. This online training course will help employees identify
effective communication skills and effective planning and organizing skills.
Employees who successfully complete this course should also be able to
identify concepts and methods of principled leadership and administrative

Lawful Terminations and Employee Separation


Human resources officers help with hiring, payroll, discipline, and even
employee termination or separation from the company. Whenever employees
leave the company, whether they do so voluntarily or not, there can be some
complicated legal concerns that will need to be navigated. This online training
on lawful termination will teach employees the Human Resource Department's
legal obligations during the termination process, during layoffs and plant
closings, and post-separation. This course is intended for Human Resources
officers or management employees who are required to participate in
termination/separation processes as part of their regular work duties, and can
assist employers in compliance with U.S. anti-discrimination laws.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 17 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 26 minutes

Sexual Harassment and Discrimination for Employees


Sexual harassment and discrimination are concerns for every business that
has more than one employee. When sexual harassment or discrimination
occurs in the workplace, it can create many problems for the victim, coworkers, and the company. This course will teach employees about sexual
harassment and discrimination and what to do if they become a victim.
Employees will learn to identify the three major types of sexual harassment
and what constitutes discrimination, and the proper procedures for reporting a
sexual harassment or discrimination incident. This course is intended for all
employees in all industries, and will help employers comply with U.S. antidiscrimination laws.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 25 minutes

Leadership Skills for Managers

Sexual Harassment and Discrimination in California for


Employees

Managers are expected to do things that sometimes seem impossible. Theyre


expected to solve their bosss problems, their employees problems and solve
their own problems and make it all happen while meeting deadlines and
customer demands. This online training course will help employees identify
effective communication skills and effective planning and organizing skills.
Employees who successfully complete this course should also be able to
identify concepts and methods of principled leadership and administrative
excellence, concepts and strategies of change management, concepts and
strategies of conflict resolution, performance management and customer
service. This course is intended for managers of all levels, in all industries.

Sexual harassment and discrimination are concerns for every business that
has more than one employee. When sexual harassment or discrimination
occurs in the workplace, it can create many problems for the victim, coworkers, and the company. This course will teach employees about sexual
harassment and discrimination and what to do if they become a victim.
Employees will learn to identify the three major types of sexual harassment
and what constitutes discrimination, and the proper procedures for reporting a
sexual harassment or discrimination incident. This course is intended for all
employees in California in any industry, and will help employers comply with
U.S. and Californian anti-discrimination laws.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 26 minutes

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Duration 25 minutes

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HR Compliance

HR Compliance

Sexual Harassment Prevention for Managers


Sexual harassment is a concern for every business that has more than one
employee. When sexual harassment does occur in the workplace, it can create
many problems for the victim, co-workers, and the company, including a drop
in morale, a loss in productivity, legal action, and a damaged reputation for
the company. This course will teach employees about sexual harassment and
what to do if they or one of their employees becomes a victim. Employees will
learn to identify the three major types of sexual harassment, and the proper
procedures for reporting a sexual harassment incident. This course is intended
for managers and human resources officers in all industries, and will help
employers comply with Title VII of the Civil Rights Act.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 21 minutes

Substance Abuse Training for Supervisors in the Oil and


Gas Industry
Learners who successfully complete this course will be able to recall the U.S.
Department of Transportations requirements for supervisor training under its
drug-free workplace program mandates for safety-sensitive industries, the
physiological effects of alcohol and how they are produced, and general
physiological and behavioral characteristics of alcoholism. The learner will
also be able to identify the five drugs the National Institute on Drug Abuse
requires safety-sensitive drug tests to detect, the basic characteristics and
physiological effects of marijuana, methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin and
phencyclidine. Finally, learners will be able to identify recommended
measures for avoiding legal problems when executing a companys drug-free
workplace program, identify recommended workplace alcohol- and drugabuse documentation, and related intervention measures and strategies. This
course is intended for all supervisors in the oil and gas industry that are
involved with a substance abuse program. This course is intended to assist the
employer in meeting the FMCSA Standard.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 125 minutes

Sexual Harassment Prevention for Managers in California


(AB1825)
Sexual harassment is a concern for every business that has more than one
employee. When sexual harassment does occur in the workplace, it can create
many problems for the victim, co-workers, and the company, including a drop
in morale, a loss in productivity, legal action, and a damaged reputation for
the company. This course will teach employees about sexual harassment and
what to do if they or one of their employees become a victim. Employees will
learn to identify the three major types of sexual harassment, and the proper
procedures for reporting a sexual harassment incident. This course is
designed for all supervisory personnel in the state of California working for
companies employing more than 50 people, and contains several scenarios
and meets Californias AB 1825 requirement for a two-hour runtime.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 124 minutes

Substance Abuse Training for Supervisors


Learners who successfully complete this course will be able to recall the U.S.
Department of Transportations requirements for supervisor training under its
drug-free workplace program mandates for safety-sensitive industries, the
physiological effects of alcohol and how they are produced, and general
physiological and behavioral characteristics of alcoholism. The learner will
also be able to identify the five drugs the National Institute on Drug Abuse
requires safety-sensitive drug tests to detect, the basic characteristics and
physiological effects of marijuana, methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin and
phencyclidine. Finally, learners will be able to identify recommended
measures for avoiding legal problems when executing a companys drug-free
workplace program, identify recommended workplace alcohol- and drugabuse documentation, and related intervention measures and strategies. This
course is intended for all supervisors in a safety-sensitive industry that are
involved with a substance abuse program. This course is intended to assist the
employer in meeting the FMCSA Standard.

Title IX/Sexual Misconduct at Educational Facilities


Sexual assault and sexual misconduct are an ongoing and serious problem at
schools across the country. According to the National Institute of Justice,
about 1 in 5 women and 6% of men are victims of completed or attempted
sexual assault while in college. There are more than 3,000 reports of forcible
sex offences reported on college campuses every year. The U.S. Department
of Education and its Office for Civil Rights regard these crimes as a serious
violation Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, commonly referred to
as Title IX, which was designed to prevent sexual discrimination in
education. Since 1972 a number of additional, related laws have been passed
with the goal of preventing and addressing sexual misconduct on school
campuses, including most recently the Campus Sexual Violence Elimination
(SaVE) Act. Failure to comply with these laws is also considered a violation of
Title IX. These laws and regulations are important for protecting students, but
they have created new and sometimes confusing obligations for schools and
their employees. This course will help employees understand Title IX and its
companion laws regarding sexual misconduct in education, and their role in
helping to prevent and respond to sexual misconduct. This course is designed
for all employees at educational institutions that fall under the provisions of
Title IX, with particular focus on those designated Responsible Employees. It is
intended to assist the employer in fulfilling the training requirements for

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Duration 41 minutes

Topic
HR Compliance
Violence in the Workplace

Laboratory and Research Safety


Biological Safety On Campus

Workplace violence can unexpectedly occur in any workplace setting. It is


estimated that almost 2 million Americans are victims of some form of
workplace violence each year. Most instances of workplace violence do not
end in homicide. Unfortunately, workplace violence is a real, significant threat
to workers health and safety. This course will teach employees the major
causes and types of workplace violence, their warning signs and how to
prevent it. Employees will learn to define workplace violence, the different
types and sources, and the methods used to prevent workplace violence
according to OSHA recommendations and other sources. This course is
intended for employees in all industries.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes

Laboratories and research facilities that work with potentially infectious


biological materials can present a number of hazards to students and workers.
In order to prevent unintentional worker exposure to or accidental release of
biohazardous materials, laboratories must institute biosafety practices. During
this course, learners will be introduced to the basics of laboratory biosafety
and Laboratory Biosafety Levels (BSLs). The course also includes information
about common biological hazards, personal protective equipment,
housekeeping and decontamination, working after hours and common first aid
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes

Violence in the Workplace - Canada


Workplace violence can unexpectedly occur in any workplace setting. Its
estimated that over 365,000 incidents of workplace violence occur every year
across the provinces. Most instances of workplace violence do not end in
homicide. Unfortunately, workplace violence is a real, significant threat to
workers health and safety. This course will teach employees the major causes
and types of workplace violence, their warning signs and how to prevent it.
Employees will learn to define workplace violence, the different types and
sources, and the methods used to prevent workplace violence according to
OHS recommendations and other sources. This course is intended for
employees in Canada in all industries.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 20 minutes

Violence in the Workplace - International


Workplace violence can unexpectedly occur in any workplace setting. Most
instances of workplace violence do not end in homicide. Unfortunately,
workplace violence is a real, significant threat to workers health and safety.
This course will teach employees the major causes and types of workplace
violence, their warning signs and how to prevent it. Employees will learn to
define workplace violence, the different types and sources, and the methods
used to prevent workplace violence. This course is intended for employees in
all industries.

Bloodborne Pathogens for Research and Campus


Activities
Exposure to substances that could contain infectious agents is a common
hazard for laboratory and research workers. The Occupational Safety and
Health Administration (OSHA), recognizes that many employees come in
contact with human blood or other potentially infectious materials during daily
duties and thus are potentially exposed to this occupational hazard. OSHAs
bloodborne pathogen standard has served as the basis for implementing
policies and practices to minimize workers risk of exposure to BBP's,
specifically to the Hepatitis B virus (HBV), the Hepatitis C virus (HCV) and the
Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). This course will teach employees about
the hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the workplace and the basic controls
required under OSHAs bloodborne pathogen standard. This course will teach
employees about the hazards of bloodborne pathogens in the workplace.
Employees will learn how to identify major bloodborne diseases and
symptoms, how pathogens are transmitted and the basics of exposure
prevention and incident response and cleanup. This awareness-level course is
intended for students and employees working in a university or other
educational setting who may be exposed to blood or other potentially
infectious materials (OPIM) at any time during the performance of their regular
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 31 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 20 minutes

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Topic
Laboratory and Research Safety

Laboratory and Research Safety

Chemical Hazards in Laboratories and Research Facilities

Laboratory Safety

A lot of important scientific research and development is done in laboratories.


The healthcare, pharmaceutical, and oil and gas industries, and many others,
rely on lab results to create processes and products, and to save lives.
However, there can be hazards to laboratory workers. Not least among them
are chemical hazards. This course will teach the learner to recognize the
basics of chemical classification and safety, including safe handling and
storage, the correct use of PPE, and recommended emergency procedures.
This course is designed for all employees and students working with
chemicals in a laboratory or research setting. It is intended to assist the
employer in complying with OSHAs hazardous chemical training requirements
for laboratories and general industry.

A lot of important scientific research and development is done in laboratories.


The healthcare, pharmaceutical, and oil and gas industries, and many others,
rely on lab results to create processes and products, and to save lives.
However, there can be hazards to laboratory workers. This course will teach
lab workers to identify common physical and chemical laboratory hazards and
related safe work practices required as recommended by OSHA. The course
also covers the use of personal protective equipment and standard
emergency response procedures for laboratory work. This course is designed
for all laboratory workers operating in laboratories and/or research facilities.
This course assists employers in meeting safety standards required by OSHA,
however there may also be a site-specific training component required that
must be fulfilled by an employer.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 24 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 22 minutes

Laboratory Safety in Research and Education

Chemical Hygiene Plan


A lot of important scientific research and development is done in laboratories,
and a lot of people depend on their work. However, there can be several
hazards to lab workers, particularly chemical hazards. The Occupational Safety
and Health Administration (OSHA) requires labs to create a formalized
chemical hygiene plan to help protect lab employees from chemical hazards.
Learners who successfully complete this course will display the ability to
recognize the purpose and components of a chemical hygiene plan, and
identify his/her responsibilities in the continued implementation of such a plan.
This course is designed for all workers, students or other personnel who will
work in a laboratory.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 18 minutes

A lot of important scientific research and development is done in laboratories.


The healthcare, pharmaceutical, and oil and gas industries, and many others,
rely on lab results to create processes and products, and to save lives.
However, there can be hazards to laboratory workers. This course will teach
lab workers to identify common physical and chemical laboratory hazards and
related safe work practices required as recommended by OSHA. The course
also covers the use of personal protective equipment and standard
emergency response procedures for laboratory work. This course is designed
for all employees, students and volunteers operating in campus laboratories
and/or research facilities. This course assists employers in meeting safety
standards required by OSHA, however there may also be a site-specific
training component required that must be fulfilled by an employer.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 25 minutes

Formaldehyde Safety in Research and Education

Latex Allergy

Formaldehyde is a versatile substance used in many industrial and laboratory


processes, as well as in other medical and research settings. When workers
must be exposed to formaldehyde while performing research or disinfecting
equipment, it's important that they understand the hazards associated with
formaldehyde. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able
to identify the chemical and physical properties of formaldehyde, the effects
and symptoms of formaldehyde on the body, and required and recommended
safe handling and storage of formaldehyde. Learners should also be able to
identify exposure controls and proper responses, as well as monitoring and
medical surveillance systems.

While no study has conclusively shown how many people have latex allergies
and why, the general consensus is that up to six percent of the general
population and up to 12 percent of health care workers display some allergic
reaction or sensitivity to latex. This course is designed to help healthcare
workers minimize the chances of suffering from an allergic reaction to latex
gloves while at work. Upon completion, the learner will display the ability to
recognize the characteristics and dangers of latex allergy, and recommended
preventive measures. This course is intended for all healthcare workers and
can help employers meet OSHAs standards on Hand Protection and
Bloodborne Pathogens.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 32 minutes

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Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 14 minutes

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Laboratory and Research Safety
Physical Hazards in Laboratories and Research Facilities
Laboratories and research facilities are an important aspect of many
institutions of higher learning. Unfortunately they can also pose a number of
hazards to students and laboratory workers. Chemical, biological and
radiological hazards all might come to mind, but in fact statistically the largest
category of hazards for laboratory workers is the same as for workers in all
other industries: physical hazards. Physical hazards are conditions or
situations that could cause physical forces to act on the body or the
environment in a harmful manner. This course will teach the learner to
recognize the most common types of physical hazards in laboratories and
their controls, including equipment hazards, environmental hazards such as
radiation and noise exposure, and glassware and sharps hazards. This course
is designed for all employees and students working in a laboratory or research
setting.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 44 minutes

Working With Animals in Research


Using animals for scientific and medical research and testing is a longstanding practice that has saved countless lives and led to important
breakthroughs. Unfortunately these animals are sometimes subjected to
unethical or inhumane treatments at the hands of careless or ill-informed
researchers. In 1966 Congress passed the Animal Welfare Act in response to
growing public concerns about both the treatment of animals during the
research process, and a growing black-market in stolen animals being sold to
unsuspecting laboratories. The act regulates how research facilities treat
animals, as well as regulating the trade and transportation of animals. During
this course users will learn about the history and purpose of the Animal
Welfare act and its requirements for the care and handling of animals. This
course is designed for all employees and students working with animals in a
research setting. The course is designed to assist the employer in meeting the
training requirements of the Animal Welfare Act.

Working Conditions
Cold Stress for Upstream and Midstream Oil and Gas
Operations
When the bodys temperature drops below 98.6F, the blood vessels constrict
to keep the warm blood near the bodys core and vital organs to protect them.
In doing this, the blood flow to the arms and legs decrease and those parts of
the body become vulnerable to frostbite or hypothermia. This course will teach
employees about the hazards of working in cold temperatures and how to
minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to anticipate
and identify the effects of cold stress and methods used to prevent it. This
course is specifically designed for employees in upstream and midstream oil
and gas operations who, as part of their regular work duties, will be subject to
cold weather conditions for significant periods of time.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 15 minutes

Cold Stress in the Workplace


When the bodys temperature drops below 98.6F, the blood vessels constrict
to keep the warm blood near the bodys core and vital organs to protect them.
In doing this, the blood flow to the arms and legs decrease and those parts of
the body become vulnerable to frostbite or hypothermia. This course will teach
employees about the hazards of working in cold temperatures and how to
minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to anticipate
and identify the effects of cold stress and methods used to prevent it. This
course is intended for general industry employees who, as part of their regular
work duties, will be subject to cold weather conditions for significant periods
of time.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 19 minutes

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 26 minutes

Working With Lasers in Research and Education

Cold Stress in the Workplace - Canada

Lasers are powerful tools that have many applications in scientific and medical
classrooms, laboratories and research facilities. They can also be extremely
hazardous if used incorrectly. This course is designed to provide the learner
with a basic overview of laser function and operation, their associated
hazards, and the safety measures that must be taken to control those hazards.
It is appropriate for all employees and students who will be working with or
around lasers in an educational or research environment. This course was
developed in accordance with the guidelines provided by the American
National Standards Institutes (ANSI) Safe Use of Lasers in Educational
Institutions standard.

When the bodys temperature drops below 98.6F, the blood vessels constrict
to keep the warm blood near the bodys core and vital organs to protect them.
In doing this, the blood flow to the arms and legs decrease and those parts of
the body become vulnerable to frostbite or hypothermia. This course will teach
employees about the hazards of working in cold temperatures and how to
minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to anticipate
and identify the effects of cold stress and methods used to prevent it. This
course is intended for general industry employees in Canada who, as part of
their regular work duties, will be subject to cold weather conditions for
significant periods of time.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 30 minutes

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Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 19 minutes

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Topic
Working Conditions

Working Conditions

Cold Stress in the Workplace - International

Confined Space Awareness - Canada

When the bodys temperature drops below 98.6F, the blood vessels constrict
to keep the warm blood near the bodys core and vital organs to protect them.
In doing this, the blood flow to the arms and legs decrease and those parts of
the body become vulnerable to frostbite or hypothermia. This course will teach
employees about the hazards of working in cold temperatures and how to
minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to anticipate
and identify the effects of cold stress and methods used to prevent it. This
course is intended for general industry employees who, as part of their regular
work duties, will be subject to cold weather conditions for significant periods
of time.

Confined spaces are some of the most hazardous work environments. This
course will teach employees the hazards and safety precautions associated
with confined spaces. Employees will learn how to identify confined spaces,
their hazards, methods used to control those hazards and the regulations
regarding `permit-required' confined spaces. This course is intended for
general industry employees in Canada who are required to work in or around
areas defined as confined spaces. Workplace specific information and hands
on training requirements will be needed in addition to this course. In addition
to this course, the employer may also need to provide courses covering Hot
Work and Respiratory Protection to meet other OHS training requirements.

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 19 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 23 minutes

Confined Space Awareness - International

Confined Space and Engulfment Awareness for Oil and


Gas Operations
Confined spaces are some of the most hazardous work environments. This
course will teach employees the hazards and safety precautions associated
with confined spaces, with a heavy emphasis on OSHA safety requirements.
Employees will learn how to identify confined spaces, their hazards, methods
used to control those hazards and the regulations regarding `permit-required'
confined spaces. This course is intended for oil and gas industry employees
who are required to work in or around areas defined by OSHA as confined
spaces. This course is designed to help employers meet OSHAs standards on
permit-required confined spaces.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 22 minutes

Confined spaces are some of the most hazardous work environments. This
course will teach employees the hazards and safety precautions associated
with confined spaces. Employees will learn how to identify confined spaces,
their hazards, methods used to control those hazards and the regulations
regarding `permit-required' confined spaces. This course is intended for
general industry employees who are required to work in or around confined
spaces.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 23 minutes

Ergonomics in the Retail Industry


Ergonomics is the science of designing and arranging things so that people
can use them easily and safely. Poorly-arranged work areas where people
have to bend or overextend limbs and body parts can result in
musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), which affect 1.8 million U.S. workers every
year. Employees that take this course will learn how to identify ergonomic risk
factors, potential injuries, and methods to minimize or eliminate ergonomic
hazards. This course is geared specifically towards retail and grocery
employees and is designed to help them identify and improve ergonomic
conditions in their workplaces. This course assists employers with compliance
with OSHAs General Duty Clause.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 18 minutes

Confined Space Awareness


Confined spaces are some of the most hazardous work environments. This
course will teach employees the hazards and safety precautions associated
with confined spaces, with a heavy emphasis on OSHA safety requirements.
Employees will learn how to identify confined spaces, their hazards, methods
used to control those hazards and the regulations regarding `permit-required'
confined spaces. This course is intended for general industry employees who
are required to work in or around areas defined by OSHA as confined spaces.
This course is designed to help employers meet OSHAs standards on permitrequired confined spaces.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 30 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

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Fatigue Management for Control Room Employees


Shift work and non-standard hours can be tough on workers. Aside from
making it difficult to get enough sleep, the added fatigue increases the
chances of an accident at work. Learners who successfully complete this
course will be able to identify the impact that shift length and scheduling
rotations play in fatigue management, identify fatigue management strategies,
and identify off-duty activities that can lead to fatigue in the workplace. This
course is intended for all employees who may do shift work and need to learn
fatigue management strategies, and is intended to assist the employer in
meeting the PHMSAs General Standard for Control Room Management.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 16 minutes

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Working Conditions

Working Conditions

Hearing Conservation

Heat Stress for Upstream Oil and Gas Operations

Hearing loss is a major hazard in many workplaces. This course will teach
employees about noise levels, hearing hazards and OSHA's recommendations
on how to prevent hearing loss. Employees will learn how to define noise and
noise levels, hearing loss, and recognize different types of hearing protection.
This course is presented in English and Spanish.

Working in high heat can cause a number of health issues, particularly for
workers who are not acclimated to the conditions. This course will teach
employees the hazards of working in high heat and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to identify the hazardous
health effects of high heat, methods to prevent those health effects and what
to do if a co-worker exhibits symptoms of heat stress such as heat fatigue,
heat rash, heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke. This course is
intended for employees who, during the course of regular work duties, are
exposed to high-temperature conditions for significant periods of time.
Tailored for the oil and gas industry with appropriate examples and imagery,
this course is intended for workers in the oil and gas industry who, in the
course of their regular job duties, are required to work in high heat conditions
for extended periods of time.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 20 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Hearing Conservation - Canada


Hearing loss is a major hazard in many workplaces. Once a person's hearing is
permanently lost, it cannot be regained and relying on hearing aids may be
the only option. This course will teach employees about noise levels, hearing
hazards and OHS standards on how to prevent hearing loss. Employees who
successfully complete this course will learn how to define noise and noise
levels, hearing loss, and recognize different types of hearing protection. This
course is intended for general industry employees in Canada who, during the
course of their regular work duties, may come in contact with noise levels high
enough to cause hearing impairment.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 20 minutes

Hearing Conservation - International


Hearing loss is a major hazard in many workplaces. Once a person's hearing is
permanently lost, it cannot be regained and relying on hearing aids may be
the only option. This course will teach employees about noise levels, hearing
hazards and recommendations on how to prevent hearing loss. Employees
who successfully complete this course will learn how to define noise and noise
levels, hearing loss, and recognize different types of hearing protection. This
course is intended for general industry employees who, during the course of
their regular work duties, may come in contact with noise levels high enough
to cause hearing impairment.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 15 minutes

Heat Stress in the Workplace


Working in high heat can cause a number of health issues, particularly for
workers who are not acclimated to the conditions. This course will teach
employees the hazards of working in high heat and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to identify the hazardous
health effects of high heat, methods to prevent those health effects and what
to do if a co-worker exhibits symptoms of heat stress such as heat fatigue,
heat rash, heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke. This course is
intended for employees who, during the course of regular work duties, are
exposed to high-temperature conditions for significant periods of time. This
course is intended for employees who, during the course of regular work
duties, are exposed to high-temperature conditions for significant periods of
time.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 16 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 20 minutes

Heat Stress in the Workplace - Canada


Hearing Conservation for Upstream Oil and Gas
Operations
Hearing loss is a major hazard in many workplaces. Thirty million American
workers are exposed to hazardous noise levels at their job, noise levels that
can damage their hearing. This course will teach employees about noise
levels, hearing hazards and OSHA's recommendations on how to prevent
hearing loss. Employees who successfully complete this course will learn how
to define noise and noise levels, hearing loss, and recognize different types of
hearing protection. This course is intended for employees in midstream and
upstream oil and gas operations who, during the course of their regular work
duties, may come in contact with noise levels high enough to cause hearing
impairment.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 20 minutes

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Working in high heat can cause a number of health issues, particularly for
workers who are not acclimated to the conditions. This course will teach
employees the hazards of working in high heat and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to identify the hazardous
health effects of high heat, methods to prevent those health effects and what
to do if a co-worker exhibits symptoms of heat stress such as heat fatigue,
heat rash, heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke. This course is
intended for employees who, during the course of regular work duties, are
exposed to high-temperature conditions for significant periods of time. This
course is intended for employees in Canada who, during the course of regular
work duties, are exposed to high-temperature conditions for significant
periods of time. This course is intended to assist the employer in meeting the
requirements of OHS laws.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 16 minutes

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Topic
Working Conditions

Working Conditions

Heat Stress in the Workplace - International

Hot Work/Arc Welding - Cal/OSHA

Working in high heat can cause a number of health issues, particularly for
workers who are not acclimated to the conditions. This course will teach
employees the hazards of working in high heat and how to minimize or
eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to identify the hazardous
health effects of high heat, methods to prevent those health effects and what
to do if a co-worker exhibits symptoms of heat stress such as heat fatigue,
heat rash, heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke. This course is
intended for employees who, during the course of regular work duties, are
exposed to high-temperature conditions for significant periods of time. This
course is intended for employees who, during the course of regular work
duties, are exposed to high-temperature conditions for significant periods of
time.

Arc welding is an important, but dangerous task. Workers can easily burn their
eyes and body, breathe in toxic fumes or damage their hearing. This course
should help employees identify hazards associated with arc welding and hot
work and how to protect themselves. Employees will also receive information
about burns, fumes and gases, electric shock, fire and noise hazards. This
course is intended for employees in California who perform hot work,
including welding, brazing and torch cutting, as part of their regular work
duties. This course is provided to assist the employer in meeting the
requirements of Cal/OSHA Standards 8 CCR Sec. 4851 and 5150.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 22 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 16 minutes

Hot Work/Arc Welding - Canada


Hot Work - ARC Welding - International
Arc welding is an important, but dangerous task. Workers can easily burn their
eyes and body, breathe in toxic fumes or damage their hearing. This course
should help employees identify hazards associated with arc welding and hot
work and how to protect themselves. Employees will also receive information
about burns, fumes and gases, electric shock, fire and noise hazards. This
course is intended for employees who perform hot work, including welding,
brazing and torch cutting, as part of their regular work duties. In addition to
this course, the employer might also provide courses on Compressed Gas
Safety, Fire Safety and Portable Fire Extinguishers.

Arc welding is an important, but dangerous task. Workers can easily burn their
eyes and body, breathe in toxic fumes or damage their hearing. This course
should help employees identify hazards associated with arc welding and hot
work and how to protect themselves. Employees will also receive information
about burns, fumes and gases, electric shock, fire and noise hazards. This
course is intended for Canadian employees who perform hot work, including
welding, brazing and torch cutting, as part of their regular work duties. This
course can assist the employer in meeting the requirements of its respective
provincial, territorial and/or federal Occupational Health and Safety
regulations. In addition to this course, the employer might also provide
courses on Compressed Gas Safety, Fire Safety and Portable Fire
Extinguishers.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 22 minutes

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 22 minutes

Hot Work/Arc Welding for Oil and Gas Operations

Hot Work/Arc Welding


Arc welding is an important, but dangerous task. Workers can easily burn their
eyes and body, breathe in toxic fumes or damage their hearing. This course
should help employees identify hazards associated with arc welding and hot
work and how to protect themselves. Employees will also receive information
about burns, fumes and gases, electric shock, fire and noise hazards. This
course is provided to assist the employer in meeting the requirements of
OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.252, General Requirements and 254, Arc Welding
and Cutting. This course is intended for employees who perform hot work,
including welding, brazing and torch cutting, as part of their regular work
duties. In addition to this course, the employer might also provide courses on
Compressed Gas Safety, Fire Safety and Portable Fire Extinguishers. While this
course addresses OSHA training requirements, there may be a site-specific
training component required that must be fulfilled by an employer.

Arc welding is an important, but dangerous task. Workers can easily burn their
eyes and body, breathe in toxic fumes or damage their hearing. This course
should help employees identify hazards associated with arc welding and hot
work on oil and gas production sites, and how to protect themselves.
Employees will also receive information about burns, fumes and gases,
electric shock, fire and noise hazards. This course is provided to assist the
employer in meeting the requirements of OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.252,
General Requirements and 254, Arc Welding and Cutting. This course is
intended for oil and gas employees who perform hot work, including welding,
brazing and torch cutting, as part of their regular work duties. In addition to
this course, the employer might also provide courses on Compressed Gas
Safety, Fire Safety and Portable Fire Extinguishers. While this course
addresses OSHA training requirements, there may be a site-specific training
component required that must be fulfilled by an employer.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 22 minutes

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Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 25 minutes

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Working Conditions

Working Conditions

Industrial Ergonomics

Industrial Ergonomics - International

Ergonomics is the process of reducing worker injury through effective


workplace design, such as decreasing the amount of bending or reaching for
items, or using equipment to reduce the strain on the human body. This
course will teach employees how to use ergonomics in industrial settings to
reduce injury. Employees will learn how to identify ergonomic risk factors,
potential injuries and methods to minimize or eliminate ergonomic hazards.
This course is intended to provide general-industry employees with the ability
to identify and improve ergonomic conditions for themselves in the workplace
and assists employers with compliance with OSHAs General Duty Clause.

Ergonomics is the process of reducing worker injury through effective


workplace design, such as decreasing the amount of bending or reaching for
items, or using equipment to reduce the strain on the human body. This
course will teach employees how to use ergonomics in industrial settings to
reduce injury. Employees will learn how to identify ergonomic risk factors,
potential injuries and methods to minimize or eliminate ergonomic hazards.
This course is intended to provide general-industry employees with the ability
to identify and improve ergonomic conditions for themselves in the workplace.

Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)


Duration 18 minutes
Additional Languages Spanish

Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)


Duration 18 minutes

Office Ergonomics

Industrial Ergonomics - Cal/OSHA


Ergonomics is the science of designing and arranging things so that people
can use them easily and safely. Poorly-arranged work areas where people
have to bend or overextend limbs and body parts can result in
musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), which affect 1.8 million U.S. workers every
year. Employees that take this course will learn how to identify ergonomic risk
factors, potential injuries, and methods to minimize or eliminate ergonomic
hazards. This course is geared specifically towards California-based generalindustry employees to help them identify and improve ergonomic conditions in
their workplaces. This course assists California employers in meeting OSHA
and Cal/OSHA ergonomic standards.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 18 minutes

Ergonomics is the process of reducing worker injury through effective


workplace design, such as decreasing the amount of bending or reaching for
items, or using equipment to reduce the strain on the human body. This
course will teach employees how to implement ergonomic principles in office
settings in order to minimize or eliminate potential hazards. Employees will
learn to identify and prevent ergonomic risk factors at office workstations, and
differentiate between the correct and incorrect methods to lift safely. This
course is intended for all office employees, and it will help employers comply
with ergonomic requirements under OSHAs General Duty Clause.
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 14 minutes

Office Ergonomics - Canada


Ergonomics is the process of reducing worker injury through effective
workplace design, such as decreasing the amount of bending or reaching for
items, or using equipment to reduce the strain on the human body. This
course will teach employees how to implement ergonomic principles in office
settings in order to minimize or eliminate potential hazards. Employees will
learn to identify and prevent ergonomic risk factors at office workstations, and
differentiate between the correct and incorrect methods to lift safely. This
course is intended for all office employees in Canada, and it will help
employers comply with ergonomic requirements of the Occupational Health
and Safety law of its particular jurisdiction.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 14 minutes

Industrial Ergonomics - Canada


Ergonomics is the process of reducing worker injury through effective
workplace design, such as decreasing the amount of bending or reaching for
items, or using equipment to reduce the strain on the human body. This
course will teach employees how to use ergonomics in industrial settings to
reduce injury. Employees will learn how to identify ergonomic risk factors,
potential injuries and methods to minimize or eliminate ergonomic hazards.
This course is intended to provide Canadian general-industry employees with
the ability to identify and improve ergonomic conditions for themselves in the
workplace and assists employers in complying with local, provincial and
federal OHS requirements.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 18 minutes

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Office Ergonomics - International


Ergonomics is the process of reducing worker injury through effective
workplace design, such as decreasing the amount of bending or reaching for
items, or using equipment to reduce the strain on the human body. This
course will teach employees how to implement ergonomic principles in office
settings in order to minimize or eliminate potential hazards. Employees will
learn to identify and prevent ergonomic risk factors at office workstations, and
differentiate between the correct and incorrect methods to lift safely. This
course is intended for all office employees.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 14 minutes

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Topic
Working Conditions

Working Conditions

Permit-Required Confined Space Entry Supervisor

Severe Weather and Outdoor Work - Canada


Many jobs require outdoor work on a regular basis, and working outdoors can
be fun at times, but working out in the elements can range from pleasant to
uncomfortable, to even dangerous during severe weather. Workers who
successfully complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of severe
weather hazards and how to react when severe weather strikes during work
processes. Employees will learn to identify hazards associated with severe
weather and standard protocols to follow during severe weather events. This
course is designed for employees in Canada who, during their regular work
duties, may be exposed to severe weather events.
Compatibility IE8 Compatible (Flash)
Duration 18 minutes

Confined space work is very hazardous, and proper procedures need to be


followed to ensure worker safety. This course is designed to provide workers
with an awareness of the roles and responsibilities associated with permitrequired confined space entry. In this course, employees will be given
information on the different roles and responsibilities of confined space entry,
the OSHA requirements for confined space entry permits, and the
requirements for atmospheric testing of confined spaces. This course is
primarily designed for workers who will have to perform the role of confined
Compatibility Mobile Compatible (HTLM5)
Duration 18 minutes

Winter Safety for Oil and Gas Personnel


Severe Weather and Outdoor Work
Many jobs require outdoor work on a regular basis, and working outdoors can
be fun at times, but working out in the elements can range from pleasant to
uncomfortable, to even dangerous during severe weather. Workers who
successfully complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of severe
weather hazards and how to react when severe weather strikes during work
processes. Employees will learn to identify hazards associated with severe
weather and standard protocols to follow during severe weather events. This
course is designed for employees who, during their regular work duties, may
be exposed to severe weather events. This course is intended to assist the
employer in meeting OSHAs General Duty Clause.

Jobs in the oil and gas industry often require driving and working outdoors. In
some cases, this means working or driving in extreme temperatures or
conditions. Workers who successfully complete this course will be able to
identify the factors that contribute to heat loss, the adverse effects of cold
stress and how to treat them, preventative measures to avoid cold stress, the
winter-related hazardous road conditions and safe driving practices, and how
to prepare for hazardous driving conditions. This course is intended for oil and
gas workers who are required to work or drive in hazardous winter-weather
conditions.

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Access to Medical Records............................................................................. 4,136,146


Accident Prevention Signs and Tags......................................................................5,118
Active Shooter (A.L.I.C.E.)............................................................................5,85,98,103
Active Shooter On Campus (A.L.I.C.E.).......................................................... 1,103,119
Aerial Lift Safety...............................................................................................5,107,114
Air Permitting Awareness for Oil and Gas Personnel........................................... 51,105
Animal Control Safety...........................................................................................62,119
Animal Control Worker Safety, Basic - International........................................63,76,119
Asbestos Hazard Awareness.............................................................................5,85,136
Asbestos Hazard Awareness - International......................................................5,76,137
Back Injury Prevention.......................................................................................6,85,119
Back Injury Prevention - Canada....................................................................... 6,68,119
Back Injury Prevention - International................................................................6,76,119
Back Injury Prevention for Oil and Gas Workers.................................................. 51,120
Back Injury Prevention in the Retail Industry........................................................58,120
Backroom Safety - Supermarket.................................................................47,59,85,120
Backroom and Stocking Safety in the Retail Industry...........................................59,120
Bakery and Deli Safety............................................................................... 47,59,85,120
Basic First Aid......................................................................................................6,86,98
Basic First Aid - Cal/OSHA.................................................................................. 6,66,98
Basic First Aid - Canada...................................................................................... 6,68,98
Basic First Aid - International...............................................................................7,76,98
Basic First Aid for Oil and Gas Personnel.............................................................. 51,99
Behavior Based Safety........................................................................................... 7,120
Benzene Awareness...............................................................................................7,137
Biological Safety On Campus..........................................................................1,137,151
Bloodborne Pathogens............................................................................ 7,45,86,99,137
Bloodborne Pathogens - Cal/OSHA........................................................ 7,45,66,99,137
Bloodborne Pathogens - Canada............................................................ 8,45,68,99,138
Bloodborne Pathogens - International................................................... 8,45,76,100,138
Bloodborne Pathogens for Research and Campus Activities.......................... 1,138,151
CPR Refresher..................................................................................................... 11,100
CPR Refresher - International......................................................................... 11,77,100
Campus Emergency Action Plans.......................................................................... 1,100
Campus Security Authorities.................................................................................. 2,147
Carcinogen Awareness...........................................................................................8,138
Chainsaw Safety for Oil and Gas Personnel........................................................ 51,108
Chemical Hazards in Laboratories and Research Facilities......................... 2,8,138,152
Chemical Hygiene Plan................................................................................... 8,139,152
Chemical Safety......................................................................................................9,139
Chemical Safety - Canada.................................................................................9,68,139
Chemical Safety - International..........................................................................9,76,139
Cold Stress for Upstream and Midstream Oil and Gas Operations...................... 52,153
Cold Stress in the Workplace................................................................................. 9,153
Cold Stress in the Workplace - Canada.............................................................9,68,153
Cold Stress in the Workplace - International..................................................... 9,77,154
Commercial Laundry Safety......................................................................... 9,47,86,121
Compressed Gas Safety...........................................................................10,86,108,139
Compressed Gas Safety - International....................................................10,77,108,139
Compressed Gases Awareness - Cal/OSHA........................................... 10,66,108,139
Confined Space Awareness............................................................................ 10,86,154
Confined Space Awareness - Canada.............................................................10,69,154
Confined Space Awareness - International..................................................... 10,77,154
Confined Space and Engulfment Awareness for Oil and Gas Operations........... 52,154
Conflict Resolution Strategies........................................................................10,103,147
Construction Safety.............................................................................................. 11,121
Construction Safety - Canada..........................................................................11,69,121
Customer Violence in the Retail Environment............................................ 59,87,93,104
Data Protection for Industry and Business........................................................... 11,121
Delivery Driver Safety........................................................................................ 11,59,93
Delivery Driver Safety - Canada................................................................... 12,59,69,93
Delivery Driver Safety - International............................................................ 12,60,77,93
Discrimination in the Workplace........................................................................... 12,147
Discrimination in the Workplace for Managers - Canada................................ 12,69,147
Disease Prevention for the Tattoo Industry.......................................................... 12,121
Distracted Driver.....................................................................................................12,93
Distracted Driver - Canada................................................................................ 13,69,94
Distracted Drivers - International....................................................................... 13,77,94
Diversity in the Workplace.................................................................................... 13,147

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Diversity in the Workplace - International........................................................ 13,77,147


Driver Safety......................................................................................................13,87,94
Driver Safety - Canada...................................................................................... 13,69,94
Driver Safety - International............................................................................... 14,78,94
Driving On and Off Campus......................................................................................2,94
Drug Free Workplace.....................................................................................14,104,148
Drug Free Workplace - Canada.......................................................................14,70,148
Drug Free Workplace - International................................................................14,78,148
Electrical Safety.................................................................................................14,87,96
Electrical Safety - Arc Flash....................................................................................14,96
Electrical Safety - Arc Flash - Canada...............................................................15,70,96
Electrical Safety - Cal/OSHA............................................................................. 15,66,97
Electrical Safety - Canada................................................................................. 15,70,97
Electrical Safety - Grounding..................................................................................15,97
Electrical Safety - International..........................................................................15,78,97
Electrical Safety Awareness for Oil and Gas Personnel.........................................52,97
Electrical Safety above 601 Volts........................................................................... 15,97
Electrical Safety for Qualified Workers in the Oil and Gas Industry........................52,97
Emergency Action Plans for Office Employees...................................... 16,100,104,122
Emergency Response..................................................................................... 16,87,100
Emergency Response - Canada......................................................................16,70,101
Emergency Response - International.............................................................. 16,78,101
Energy Efficiency at Home................................................................................... 50,106
Environmental Awareness....................................................................................16,106
Environmental Awareness - International........................................................ 16,78,106
Ergonomics in the Retail Industry.........................................................................60,154
Excavation and Trenching.................................................................................... 16,122
Excavation and Trenching - Canada............................................................... 17,70,122
Excavation and Trenching for Upstream Oil and Gas Operations........................52,122
FERPA - Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act............................................. 2,148
Fall Protection.......................................................................................................17,114
Fall Protection - Canada..................................................................................17,70,114
Fall Protection - International...........................................................................17,78,114
Fall Protection Awareness - Cal/OSHA........................................................... 17,66,114
Fall Protection for Upstream Oil and Gas Operations.......................................... 52,115
Fatigue Management for Control Room Employees.............................................53,154
Fire Prevention for Natural Gas, Oil and Derivatives............................................53,123
Fire Safety....................................................................................................... 17,87,101
Fire Safety - Cal/OSHA....................................................................................18,66,101
Fire Safety - Canadian.....................................................................................18,71,101
Fire Safety - International................................................................................ 18,78,101
Fire Safety On Campus.......................................................................................... 2,102
Fire Safety in Retail.............................................................................................. 60,102
Fire Safety in the Hospitality Industry................................................................... 47,102
Fireworks Safety...................................................................................................50,140
Flame-Resistant Clothing for Oil & Gas Personnel...............................................53,123
Flammable and Combustible Liquid Hazards - International........................... 18,79,140
Flammable and Combustible Liquids....................................................................18,140
Food Safety........................................................................................... 18,48,60,87,123
Forklift Operator Training - Fundamentals.......................................................19,88,117
Forklift Operator Training - Fundamentals - Cal/OSHA............................ 19,67,108,117
Forklift Operator Training - Fundamentals - Canada....................................... 19,71,117
Forklift Operator Training - Fundamentals - International................................19,79,117
Forklift Operator Training - Safe Maintenance......................................................19,118
Forklift Operator Training - Safe Operations....................................................19,88,118
Forklift Operator Training - Safe Traveling and Loading..................................20,88,118
Formaldehyde Safety in Research and Education................................ 3,20,46,140,152
General Safety - Supermarket......................................................................... 60,88,123
Globally Harmonized System.......................................................................... 20,88,140
Golf Cart Safety...................................................................................................... 3,108
Groundskeeping, Landscaping and Golf Course Maintenance Safety.......20,48,63,123
Gun Safety............................................................................................................50,123
H2S Safety Procedures for Drilling and Production Operations........................... 53,140
H2S Safety Procedures for Drilling and Production Operations - Canada...... 53,71,141
HIPAA Compliance Training.................................................................................46,148
HIPAA Compliance Training for HR Officers........................................................ 46,148
Halloween Safety..................................................................................................50,124
Halloween Safety Tips - Canada..................................................................... 50,71,124
Hand and Pinch Point Safety................................................................................20,124

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Hand and Power Tool Safety...........................................................................20,88,108


Hand and Power Tool Safety - Cal/OSHA....................................................... 21,67,109
Hand and Power Tool Safety - Canada........................................................... 21,71,109
Hand and Power Tool Safety - International....................................................21,79,109
Hand and Power Tools for the Oil and Gas Industry............................................ 53,109
Hazard Communication................................................................................... 21,89,141
Hazard Communication - International............................................................ 21,79,141
Hazard Communication for the Oil and Gas Industry........................................... 54,141
Hazardous Driving Conditions................................................................................ 22,95
Hazardous Driving Conditions - Canada........................................................... 22,71,95
Hazardous Driving Conditions - International.................................................... 22,79,95
Hazardous Materials Management, Basic..................................................... 22,142,144
Hazardous Materials Management, Explosives.............................................22,142,144
Hazardous Waste Awareness....................................................................... 22,106,142
Hazards of Speeding.............................................................................................. 23,95
Hazards of Speeding - Canada......................................................................... 23,71,95
Hazards of Speeding - International.................................................................. 23,80,95
Hazmat 00 - Hazardous Materials Transportation, Introduction........................... 23,145
Hazmat 01 - The Hazardous Materials Table....................................................... 23,145
Hazmat 02 - HAZMAT Shipping Papers............................................................... 23,145
Hazmat 03 - HAZMAT Marking and Labeling....................................................... 24,145
Hazmat 04 - HAZMAT Placarding........................................................................ 24,145
Hazmat 05 - HAZMAT Packaging.........................................................................24,145
Hazmat 06 - HAZMAT Carrier Requirements - Highway...................................... 24,146
Hazmat 09 - HAZMAT Carrier Requirements - Air............................................... 24,146
Hazmat 10 - HAZMAT Transportation Security Awareness................................. 24,146
Hearing Conservation......................................................................................25,89,155
Hearing Conservation - Canada...................................................................... 25,72,155
Hearing Conservation - International............................................................... 25,80,155
Hearing Conservation for Upstream Oil and Gas Operations...............................54,155
Heat Stress for Upstream Oil and Gas Operations...............................................54,155
Heat Stress in the Workplace............................................................................... 25,155
Heat Stress in the Workplace - Canada.......................................................... 25,72,155
Heat Stress in the Workplace - International................................................... 25,80,156
Hexavalent Chromium.......................................................................................... 26,142
Hot Work - ARC Welding - International.......................................................... 26,80,156
Hot Work/Arc Welding.......................................................................................... 26,156
Hot Work/Arc Welding - Cal/OSHA..................................................................26,67,156
Hot Work/Arc Welding - Canada......................................................................26,72,156
Hot Work/Arc Welding for Oil and Gas Operations...............................................54,156
Household Chemical Safety................................................................................. 50,142
Incident Investigation............................................................................................26,124
Incident Investigation - Canada....................................................................... 27,72,124
Incident Investigation - International................................................................27,80,124
Incident Investigation in the Oilfield...................................................................... 55,125
Indoor Air Quality..................................................................................................27,125
Indoor Air Quality - International......................................................................27,80,125
Industrial Ergonomics...................................................................................... 27,89,157
Industrial Ergonomics - Cal/OSHA.................................................................. 27,67,157
Industrial Ergonomics - Canada...................................................................... 28,72,157
Industrial Ergonomics - International............................................................... 28,81,157
Industrial Hygiene.................................................................................................28,125
Influenza Pandemic Planning for Businesses.......................................................28,125
Influenza Prevention........................................................................................28,51,125
Influenza Symptoms and Prevention Strategies for Employees and Business
Owners............................................................................................................. 28,126
Introduction to OSHA.......................................................................................29,89,126
Job Safety Analysis.............................................................................................. 29,126
Kitchen Equipment Safety.................................................................................... 48,109
Laboratory Safety................................................................................................. 29,152
Laboratory Safety in Research and Education.................................................. 3,29,152
Ladder Safety........................................................................................... 29,89,109,115
Ladder Safety - Cal/OSHA........................................................................29,67,110,115
Ladder Safety - Canada............................................................................30,72,110,115
Ladder Safety - International.................................................................... 30,81,110,115
Ladder Safety Oil & Gas Personnel...............................................................55,110,115
Ladder Safety in the Retail Industry...............................................................60,110,115
Laser Safety..........................................................................................................30,110
Latex Allergy........................................................................................30,46,48,126,152

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Lawful Hiring Practices......................................................................................... 30,149


Lawful Terminations and Employee Separation................................................... 30,149
Lawn Mower and Lawn Care Safety.....................................................................51,110
Lead Awareness...................................................................................................31,142
Leadership Skills for Managers............................................................................ 31,149
Leadership Skills for Managers - International................................................ 31,81,149
Legionnaires' Disease................................................................................ 31,46,48,126
Lockout/Tagout................................................................................................31,89,111
Lockout/Tagout - Canada................................................................................ 31,73,111
Lockout/Tagout - International.........................................................................32,81,111
Lockout/Tagout Awareness for Oil and Gas Personnel........................................55,126
Lockout/Tagout Simulation................................................................................... 32,111
Loss Prevention in Retail Sales................................................................61,90,104,127
Lost Child/Code Adam..........................................................32,46,49,61,63,93,102,127
Machine Guarding................................................................................................ 32,112
Machine Guarding - Canada............................................................................33,73,112
Machine Guarding - International.................................................................... 33,81,112
Machine Guarding for Oil and Gas Personnel......................................................55,112
Material Handling.............................................................................................33,90,127
Materials Handling - Canada........................................................................... 33,73,127
Materials Handling - International....................................................................33,81,127
Meat Market Safety..........................................................................................61,90,128
Mold and Mildew Awareness.........................................................................33,128,143
Moving Safety.......................................................................................................51,128
Municipal Employee Safety.................................................................................. 63,128
N95 Respirators - Preventing Airborne Disease Transmission............................ 47,128
NORM Awareness for Upstream Oil and Gas Operations....................................55,143
OSHA Reporting & Recordkeeping...................................................................... 34,129
Occupational Safety and Health Programs...........................................................34,128
Occupational Safety and Health Programs in the Oil and Gas Industry............... 55,129
Office Ergonomics................................................................................................ 34,157
Office Ergonomics - Canada............................................................................34,73,157
Office Ergonomics - International.................................................................... 34,82,157
Office Safety.................................................................................................... 34,90,129
Oil Rig Safety........................................................................................................56,129
Oil Rig Safety - Canada...................................................................................56,73,129
Overhead Crane Safety Hand Signals..................................................................35,112
Overhead, Gantry and Mobile Crane Safety.........................................................35,112
Overhead, Gantry and Mobile Crane Safety - International.............................35,82,113
Pallet Jack Safety................................................................................ 35,49,61,118,130
Park and Landscape Maintenance Safety............................................................63,130
Park and Landscaping Safety, Basic - International........................................ 64,82,130
Parking Lot Safety................................................................................. 35,49,61,90,130
Performing Safety Audits......................................................................................35,130
Performing Safety Audits - Canada................................................................. 36,73,130
Performing Safety Audits - International.......................................................... 36,82,131
Permit-Required Confined Space Entry Supervisor........................................ 36,56,158
Personal Protective Equipment....................................................................... 36,90,131
Personal Protective Equipment - Canada........................................................36,74,131
Personal Protective Equipment - International................................................ 36,82,131
Personal Protective Equipment for Oil and Gas Personnel.................................. 56,131
Physical Hazards in Laboratories and Research Facilities.........................3,37,113,153
Pollution Prevention Initiatives..............................................................................37,106
Portable Fire Extinguisher Techniques on Oil and Gas Sites...............................56,102
Portable Fire Extinguishers...................................................................................37,102
Portable Fire Extinguishers - Canada..............................................................37,74,103
Radiation Safety Awareness.................................................................................37,143
Respiratory Protection..................................................................................... 38,91,131
Respiratory Protection - Canada..................................................................... 38,74,132
Respiratory Protection - International.............................................................. 38,82,132
Respiratory Protection for Oil and Gas Personnel................................................56,132
Rigging Safety for Oil & Gas Operations....................................................... 57,113,116
Road Rage..............................................................................................................38,96
Road Rage - Canada.........................................................................................38,74,96
Road Rage - International..................................................................................38,83,96
Safe Housekeeping for Retail Workers.................................................................62,132
Safe Housekeeping in the Hospitality Industry................................................ 49,91,132
Safe Lifting Basics - Supermarket................................................................... 62,91,132
Safe Pool Operation................................................................................... 39,49,64,133

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Safe Work Strategies and Procedures on Campus................................................ 3,133


Safety Data Sheets..........................................................................................39,91,143
Safety Data Sheets - Canada..........................................................................39,74,143
Safety Data Sheets - International...................................................................39,83,143
Safety and Health Awareness for Oil Spill Cleanup Workers................... 39,57,103,106
Scaffold Safety...............................................................................................40,113,116
Scaffold Safety - Canada..........................................................................40,75,113,116
Severe Weather and Outdoor Work..................................................................... 40,158
Severe Weather and Outdoor Work - Canada.................................................40,75,158
Sewage, Waste Water and Water Line Maintenance........................................... 64,133
Sewage, Waste Water and Water Line Safety, Basic - International...............64,83,133
Sexual Harassment Prevention for Managers...................................................... 41,150
Sexual Harassment Prevention for Managers in California (AB1825).............41,68,150
Sexual Harassment and Discrimination for Employees.................................40,105,149
Sexual Harassment and Discrimination in California for Employees........40,67,105,149
Silica Awareness............................................................................................. 41,57,144
Situational Awareness-Business Travel............................................................... 41,105
Slips, Trips and Falls................................................................................ 41,91,116,133
Slips, Trips and Falls - Canada.................................................................41,75,116,133
Slips, Trips and Falls - Supermarket.........................................................62,92,116,134
Slips, Trips and Falls in Retail Sales............................................................. 62,117,134
Slips, Trips, and Falls - International........................................................ 42,83,117,134
Spill Prevention, Contingency and Countermeasures for Oil and Gas
Operations........................................................................................................ 57,107
Spill Response for Oil and Gas Personnel.................................................... 57,103,107
Stop Work Authority..............................................................................................42,134
Storm Water Pollution Prevention for Industrial Operations............................ 42,92,107
Street Maintenance Safety, Basic - International.............................................64,83,134
Street Maintenance Worker Safety.......................................................................64,134
Struck By and Caught Between Injuries for Construction.....................................42,113
Struck By/Caught Between for Well Completion.................................................. 57,114
Substance Abuse Training for Supervisors.......................................................... 42,150
Substance Abuse Training for Supervisors in the Oil and Gas Industry...............58,150
Successful Guest Service Techniques................................................................... 50,93
Surveying the HAZMAT Incident.......................................................................... 42,146
Suspicious Packages..............................................................................................3,105
Title IX/Sexual Misconduct at Educational Facilities...............................................4,150
Trash Disposal in Retail Operations..................................................................... 62,135
Tuberculosis Exposure......................................................................................... 47,135
Universal Waste Management.......................................................................43,107,144
Used Oil Management..............................................................................43,58,107,144
Violence in the Workplace............................................................................. 43,105,151
Violence in the Workplace - Canada............................................................... 43,75,151
Violence in the Workplace - International........................................................ 43,83,151
WHMIS............................................................................................................ 44,75,144
Warehouse Safety................................................................................................ 43,135
Warehouse Safety - Canada........................................................................... 44,75,135
Warehouse Safety - International.................................................................... 44,84,135
Waste Collectors Safety....................................................................................... 65,136
Waste Collectors Safety, Basic - International.................................................65,84,136
Wildlife Safety for the Oil and Gas Industry..................................................... 58,92,136
Winter Safety for Oil and Gas Personnel..............................................................58,158
Working With Animals in Research................................................................... 4,44,153
Working With Lasers in Research and Education...................................... 4,44,114,153

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