No matter how safe an organization is or how high-quality its service and products are, there is always room for improvement. Take this training to learn more about the concept of continuous improvement. Ideal learners are managers, supervisors and safety committee members.
In the event of an emergency in a multi-story building, all occupants need to know what to do, where to go and who is in charge. This course will provide you with the information you need to safely evacuate a multi-story building in case of an emergency.
When there is a fire, do you know what to do? Knowing whether to fight or flee can save your life. If you decide to fight a fire, you need to be able to put it out effectively and quickly. Take these courses to learn how to make critical safe decisions that can save property and lives. These courses are ideal for anyone who works in general industry.
Incidents requiring first aid can happen anywhere and at any time. The first response to such an incident is the most important. First aid given at the scene can improve the chances of survival and recovery of a victim. This course presents ways to respond to basic first aid situations until the emergency medical services (EMS) personnel arrive. Ideal learners include all employees.
Jobs in an industrial environment can be physically demanding. Preventing work-related musculoskeletal problems rests on an ergonomically sound work environment, good work practices and employee awareness. This course will introduce common risk factors and methods to prevent musculoskeletal injury. Ideal learners include all industrial employees.
This program provides information about worker rights, employer responsibilities and how to identify, abate, avoid and prevent job-related hazards. Although many essential safety topics are covered, additional site-specific information and hands-on demonstrations of skills are ultimately needed for your safety and to fulfill training requirements found in OSHA standards. Many jurisdictions, employers and unions require this course, w MORE...
When an outbreak or pandemic is in the news, there is no need to panic. There are specific things you can do to protect yourself and those around you from infection. Take this course to learn about what to look for and what to do during outbreaks and pandemics. This course is ideal for all learners.
This series of courses describes the process for preparing buildings for occupants following a prolonged shutdown such as an environmental disaster, pandemic, or other catastrophic event. This series covers HVAC system review, sanitation/janitorial best practices, water systems evaluations, and items to look for during a walk-through of a building following a prolonged shutdown.