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  • Construction
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    • Falls for Construction (Focus Four Hazards)
    • Explains when fall protection is required. Discusses proper set up, safe use, and storage of fall safety equipment.

    • Forklift Safety for Construction
    • Demonstrates safe forklift procedures and reviews the unique hazards construction crews face. Also covers topics like steering, stability, and pedestrian traffic.

    • OSHA 10-Hour for Construction
    • Topics covered by OSHA 10-Hour Training For Construction include:

      • Introduction to OSHA
      • Electrical safety, part 1
      • Fall protection, part 1
      • Construction safety orientation
      • Personal protective equipment (PPE)
      • Silica safety awareness

      In addition, students must complete a minimum of two hours from at least two of these areas is required:

      • Materials handling, storage, use and disposal, subpart H
      • Tools, hand and power, subpart I
      • Scaffolds, subpart L
      • Cranes, derricks, hoists, elevators and conveyors, subpart N
      • Excavations, subpart P
      • Stairways and ladder, subpart X
    • OSHA 30-Hour for Construction
    • Topics covered by OSHA 30-Hour Training for Construction include:

      • Introduction to OSHA
      • OSHA recordkeeping
      • Electrical safety, part 1
      • Electrical safety, part 2
      • Fall protection, part 1
      • Fall protection, part 2
      • Construction safety orientation
      • Personal protective equipment (PPE)
      • Silica safety awareness
      • Stairways and ladders
      • Hazard communication

      In addition, the students must complete a minimum of 17.75 hours from at least six of these areas is required:

      • Health hazards in construction, subpart D
      • Personal protective and lifesaving equipment, subpart E
      • Fire protection and prevention, subpart F
      • Materials handling, storage, use and disposal, subpart H
      • Tools, hand and power, subpart I
      • Welding and cutting, subpart J
      • Scaffolds, subpart L
      • Cranes, derricks, hoists, elevators and conveyors, subpart N
      • Motor vehicles, mechanized equipment and marine operations, subpart O
      • Excavations, subpart P
      • Concrete and masonry, subpart Q
      • Steel erection, subpart R
      • Confined space entry
    • Rigging Safety
    • Covers physical and mental preparation, PPE, equipment inspection, hazard assessment, slings and hitches, hand signals, load angles, and more!

    • And Many More
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  • Driver/DOT
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    • Alcohol & Drug Testing: What Drivers Need To Know
    • Helps fully satisfy the requirements in 49 CFR Part 382.601 by covering the eleven required items including alcohol and drug prohibitions, types of tests required, testing procedures, consequences of violating the prohibitions, and the effects of alcohol abuse and drug use.

    • Backing: Tractor-Trailors
    • An informative and interactive course designed to help drivers with solid training on one of the most important, most-used driving maneuvers.

    • Cargo Securement Flatbeds
    • Helps drivers understand flatbed cargo loading and the flatbed cargo securement process.

    • CSA: Know the Basics
    • Train your CMV drivers on CSA BASICs – FMCSA’s enforcement initiative to improve large truck and bus safety and reduce CMV-related crashes, injuries and fatalities.

    • Defensive Driving: Light and Medium Duty Vehicles
    • Focuses on the essential skills of hazard perception, speed and space management, and decision driving. Covers company cars, pickup trucks, straight trucks, utility vans, and passenger vans. Emphasizes driver’s responsibility for passengers’ lives as well as company cargo and reputation.

    • Distracted Driving
    • Designed to change distracted driving habits and help all drivers deal with the dangerous habits of others. Helps drivers avoid being distracted by explaining how to recognize driving distractions, how to manage distractions and deal with other drivers who are distracted, and how to avoid a distraction disaster.

    • Driver Vehicle Inspections: Complete Process
    • This course has been updated to include the current regulations as of 12/18/14, which require drivers to complete pre-trip and post-trip vehicle inspections. Drivers must complete a driver vehicle inspection report (DVIR) after a post-trip inspection when vehicle defect(s) are found. Drivers of passenger-carrying vehicles must complete a DVIR whether or not vehicle defect(s) are found. Show CMV drivers how to inspect their vehicles. Covers a standard procedure for doing each of three types of inspections: pre-, on-the-road, and post-trip.

    • Hours of Service: Driver Testing
    • Provides an overview of the FMCSA’s Hours of Service (HOS) rules that drivers must comply with, including a detailed look at how to comply with the HOS regulations and how to maintain an accurate record of duty status. The program discusses the purpose and importance of Hours of Service regulations and how to comply with the regs by managing time spent driving, on-duty, and off-duty, as well as maintaining a current, accurate record of duty status. It also explains how to apply Hours of Service regulations, including: daily 11-Hour Driving Limit, the 10-Hour Off-Duty Rule, the 14-Hour Duty Rule, and the Mandatory Break Provision; weekly 60-Hour/7-Day and 70-Hour/8-Day On-Duty Limits, and the 34-Hour Restart provision; and exceptions to the weekly and daily limits. NOTE: This program has been updated with information regarding the specific language within the Consolidated and Further Continuing Appropriations Act of 2015, which suspends the July 1, 2013 provisions that were added in the 34-Hour Restart for property-carrying commercial motor vehicle (CMV) drivers and carriers.

    • Reasonable Suspicion Testing: What Supervisors Need to Know
    • Designed to help fully satisfy the reasonable suspicion training requirements under 49 CFR Part 382. Helps all persons designated to supervise Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV) drivers gain confidence in regards to their reasonable suspicion testing responsibilities. Covers 30 minutes on the prohibitions and the reasonable suspicion process, 30 minutes on the effects of alcohol misuse, and 30 minutes on the effects of drug use. An additional 30 minutes of alcohol misuse and 30 minutes on drug use training are also provided for offline study to help fulfill the training requirements in 49 CFR Part 382.603.

    • And Many More
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  • Hazcom/GHS
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    • GHS Container Labeling
    • Helps facilities in complying with the employee training requirements of OSHA’s newly adopted GHS regulations, this course discusses how chemicals should be labeled under GHS. Covers the six types of information contained on a GHS label, and the differences between GHS labels and other types of chemical hazard labels. Request a free demo to learn more!

    • GHS Safety Data Sheets
    • Reviews the composition of GHS Safety Data Sheets, the information that’s contained in each section and how SDSs are different from Material Safety Data Sheets. Request a free demo to learn more!

    • HazCom: What You Need to Know
    • Helps you comply with the initial and refresher training requirements of the Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) and applicable GHS requirements. Covers critical hazcom topics including: hazard classification and categories; chemical inventory; Safety Data Sheets (SDS) and the new GHSspecified 16-section format; GHS-style labels; employee training requirements; HazCom written program; and best practices for safely handling chemicals. Request a free demo to learn more!

    • Introduction to GHS for General Industry
    • Assist facilities in complying with employee training requirements of OSHA’s GHS regs. Discusses the Globally Harmonized System for the Classification and Labeling of Chemicals. Reviews what the GHS is all about, why OSHA adopted the GHS, and the phase-in dates for implementing the GHS. Request a free demo to learn more!

  • Hazmat
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    • Hazmat: General Awareness Training
    • Familiarize your employees with the Hazardous Materials Regulations (HMR) to help them recognize and identify hazardous materials. Helps satisfy the Hazmat General Awareness training requirements of 49 CFR 172.704(a)(1). Covers key hazmat terms, required parts of hazmat training, hazmat classification, using the Hazardous Materials Table, labels, and placarding and marking. Includes a “Function-Specific Training Checklist” to help the employee and employer understand what additional function-specific hazmat training will be needed.

    • Hazmat Security Awareness
    • Helps employees develop an awareness of security risks. They’ll learn to recognize and respond to potential threats including suspicious activity and behavior. They’ll also gain an understanding of security risks on the road and learn ways to enhance transportation security.

  • Hazwoper
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    • HAZWOPER: 8-Hour Refresher Training
    • Helps meet the requirements for 8 hours of annual refresher training. Includes the following training modules:

      • Introduction to HAZWOPER for waste site workers
      • Hazard recognition
      • Air Monitoring and medical program
      • PPE and other hazard control measures
      • Emergency response and decontamination
    • HAZWOPER: 24-Hour General Training
    • Package of twelve programs provides the basis for the special training required by OSHA for hazmat employees who are unlikely to be exposed to hazards in excess of permissible exposure limits. Includes the following courses:

      • Decontamination procedures
      • Understanding chemical hazards
      • The emergency response plan
      • Understanding HAZWOPER
      • HAZMAT Labeling
      • Personal protective equipment
      • Medical surveillance programs
      • Confined space entry
      • Monitoring procedures and equipment
      • Accidental release measures and spill cleanup procedures
      • Handling hazardous materials
      • Work practices and engineering controls
    • HAZWOPER: 40-Hour Training
    • Helps you comply with the employee training requirements of OSHA’s HAZWOPER regulation (29 CFR 1910.120). Includes the following 20 courses:

      • Understanding HAZWOPER
      • Understanding chemical hazards
      • The emergency response plan
      • The site safety and health plan
      • HAZMAT Labeling
      • Personal protective equipment
      • Medical surveillance programs
      • Confined space entry
      • Monitoring procedures and equipment
      • Accidental release measures and spill cleanup procedures
      • SDS
      • Work practices and engineering controls
      • Handling hazardous materials
      • Respiratory protection
      • Fire prevention
      • Dealing with the media in emergency situations
      • Safety orientation
      • Electrical safety in HAZMAT environments
      • Heat stress
      • Decontamination procedures
    • HAZWOPER: Emergency Response Plan
    • Helps you comply with the employee training requirements of OSHA’s HAZWOPER regulation (29 CFR 1910.120). Covers topics including the purpose of an Emergency Response Plan, the A Chain of Command, communication procedures, personal protective equipment, and more. Helps employees understand how emergency planning can reduce or eliminate potential exposure to hazardous materials in crisis situations.

    • HAZWOPER: Exposure Monitoring and Medical Surveillance
    • Discusses various types of exposure monitoring equipment and techniques. The training also reviews the concept of “medical surveillance” and how it is used to evaluate the health of anyone who regularly works around hazardous materials.

    • And Many More
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  • HR & Legal Compliance
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    • Appropriate Email and Internet Use
    • Explains the basic rules and common-sense guidelines for appropriate use of the organization’s electronic communication systems.

    • Code of Conduct
    • Provides basic training on the most important topics found in almost every company’s Code of Conduct. Discusses conflict of interest, information security, electronic communications, anti-competitive conduct, and alcohol and drug abuse.

    • Diversity and Discrimination
    • Designed to help your employees learn or refresh their knowledge on the difficult, yet important, issue of diversity and discrimination in the workplace. There are discrimination laws all employees must know, but this course also educates on what it means to embrace diversity — and the benefits we all gain, personally and professionally.

    • Drug-Free Workplace
    • This course explains the importance of and principles behind a drug-free workplace. It describes the serious problem of drug and alcohol abuse in the workplace and includes content that highlights real-world compliance issues that employees should learn to spot and respond to appropriately.

    • HIPAA Privacy and Security
    • This course explains the principles of HIPAA privacy and security for companies in the healthcare industry, and covers:

      • Who is subject to HIPAA
      • Protected health information
      • Notice of privacy practices
    • Preventing Sexual Misconduct (Title IX)
    • Provides training on preventing sexual misconduct, as required by Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972 for faculty and staff of schools that receive federal funds.

    • Protecting Personal Information
    • Explains the basic principles of protecting the personal information of all individuals, regardless of their state of residence. Covers physical safeguards, administrative safeguards, encryption, handling personal information, electronic ID and passwords, and security incidents.

    • Sexual Harassment
    • An informative and interactive course designed to help learners refresh their knowledge on the difficult, yet important, issue of sexual harassment in the workplace. Designed to help supervisors learn or refresh their knowledge on the difficult, yet important, issue of sexual harassment in the workplace.

    • Substance Abuse Training
    • Designed to help learners understand the issue of substance abuse in the workplace, how a company’s substance abuse policy affects employees, as well as their role in that policy.

    • Protecting Personal Information
    • Explains the basic principles of protecting the personal information of all individuals, regardless of their state of residence. Covers physical safeguards, administrative safeguards, encryption, handling personal information, electronic ID and passwords, and security incidents.

    • And Many More
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  • Lab Safety
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    • Orientation to the Laboratory Safety
    • Shows both new employees and seasoned veterans the importance of safety in the laboratory. It also reviews the OSHA regulations and good safety practices that apply to laboratory environments.

    • OSHA Formaldehyde Standard
    • Provides training that’s required by this standard, focusing on the rules and procedures that the standard establishes for working with this potentially dangerous chemical.

    • Electrical Safety in the Laboratory
    • Emphasizes the need for safety when using electricity, and discusses how to reduce the potential for accidents involving electrical shock, fire, and explosions.

    • Flammables and Explosives in the Laboratory
    • Discusses the nature of flammable and explosive materials, as well as hazards associated with their use. It also reviews the proper handling procedures and personal protective equipment that should be used when working with these substances.

  • Workplace Safety
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    • Back Safety
    • This course is designed to help learners address the importance of lifelong back safety and proper lifting techniques they can use both on and off the job. It describes how the human back works; discusses various types of back pain and identifies what causes it; demonstrates how to properly perform everyday tasks to prevent back pain and injuries; and explains steps to take to prevent back injuries.

    • Bloodborne Pathogens: Exposure in the Workplace
    • Helps your employees understand how bloodborne disease is and isn’t spread to help them avoid exposure.

    • Confined Spaces
    • Uses a “risk scenario” to create viewer involvement and urgency. Shows trainees why caution and preparation are critical to helping them work more safely.

    • Emergency Planning
    • Assists facilities in complying with these regulations and helps them prepare for potential emergency situations.

    • Eye Safety
    • Shows how many eye problems are caused by not paying attention to the work employees are doing, or not wearing the appropriate protective equipment. It reminds employees that eye injuries can easily happen to them and shows them how to prevent these injuries.

    • Forklift Operator Safety Training
    • This course helps satisfy the operator training requirements under OSHA’s Powered Industrial Trucks Standard (1910.178(l)). Specifically, it is designed to help learners choose, inspect and operate a forklift in a safe way, protecting themselves and their coworkers from the potential hazards associated with their use. The program covers the various kinds of forklifts and their controls, and how they differ from automobiles; discusses the center of gravity and stability triangle concepts; explain what to look for when performing a pre-use inspection; describes how to safely operate a forklift (including picking up, traveling with, and placing a load); and covers how to park.

    • Hand and Power Tool Safety
    • Shows how accidents can be significantly reduced by applying good general safety rules, and reviews what hazards are associated with the specific types of tools employees use.

    • Hearing Safety and Conservation
    • Features J. J. Keller’s exclusive “simulation-based” exercises designed to put students’ comprehension to the test in a unique and highly interactive course. Helps meet the training requirements in OSHA 1910.95.

    • Office Safety
    • Shows employees what hazards exist in office environments, and how important it is to use good safety practices as they go about their work.

    • OSHA 10-Hour for General Industry
    • Topics covered by OSHA 10-Hour Training For General Industry include:

      • Introduction to OSHA
      • Walking and working surfaces
      • Fire safety
      • Electrical safety
      • Personal protective equipment
      • Hearing safety

      In addition, students must complete at least 2 hours of additional courses from 2 different topics/subparts, including:

      • Flammable and combustible liquids, subpart H
      • Materials handling, subpart N
      • Machine guarding, subpart O
      • Introduction to industrial hygiene
      • Ergonomics
      • Fall protection
      • Safety and health programs
    • Respiratory Protection
    • Covers the key elements required by OSHA for respiratory protection training and explains how to recognize and respond to respiratory hazards, including atmospheres immediately dangerous to life or health (IDLH). Discusses why a medical evaluation is necessary and explains how to select appropriate PPE for respiratory protection and how to evaluate a respirator seal for fit.

    • And Many More
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    Customize your training program with hundreds of online course options
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