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Confined Space Permit-Required (Course)

By UL

You may be able to enter an enclosed space, but could you get back out safely? If it is a permit-required confined space, you know there is a risk of a flammable, asphyxiating, corrosive or toxic atmosphere. This training will help you understand the hazards associated with confined spaces and the procedures your employer has in place to protect you and those around you. Do not take this information lightly. It can make the difference between life and death! Ideal learners: anyone who works in or around confined spaces

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Confined Space Hazards v2 Course

By UL

The Confined Space Hazards course provides information about potential hazards in confined spaces including explosions, toxins and oxygen-deficient atmospheres. Working in confined spaces can be challenging as more than half of the people that die in confined spaces are would-be rescuers. People are injured or killed every year as a result of improperly entering or working in a confined space. A confined space has limited or restricted means of entry or exit, and is not designed for continuous employee occupancy. Confined spaces include, but are not limited to, underground vaults, tanks, storage bins, manholes, pits, silos, process vessels, and pipelines.  Because confined spaces may be encountered in virtually any occupation, workers need to be able to recognize confined space safety measures while understanding their hazards. The main objective of this online training is to protect those entering or working around a confined space. In this course you will learn the principles related to safely working in confined spaces.

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Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System Course

By UL

Canada’s Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) makes hazardous material information uniformly available to all Canadian workers. Given the amount of information and number of parties involved, this can be a complex undertaking. This course explains how WHMIS works, how the Globally Harmonized System of Labelling and Classification (GHS) is aligned with WHMIS, who is responsible for various tasks under WHMIS, and how everyone can take full advantage of the hazardous material information available to them. This course covers the most recent WHMIS 2015 regulations. In Canada, if a workplace uses hazardous materials, there must be a WHMIS program in place. Workers must be educated and trained so they understand the hazards, and know how to work safely with hazardous materials.   All workers who work with a hazardous product, or who may be exposed to a hazardous product as part of their work activities must learn about the hazard information for these products. This online training will help you gain the required knowledge.

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$24.95
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HAZWOPER 8-Hour Refresher Suite

By UL

This 8-hour Hazwoper Training course is designed for professionals who engage in hazardous waste/substance operations and/or hazardous materials emergency response, and who have previously completed the 24-hour or 40-hour HAZWOPER certification course. There are many different forms of workplace HazMat exposure, including clean-up operations and the disposal, treatment, and storage of hazardous substances or operations involving hazardous wastes at facilities. This suite covers the compliance requirements for a HAZWOPER refresher course as defined by OSHA, needed by any and all professionals involved in an organization’s HAZWOPER program in order to maintain workplace safety.

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$74.95
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Using Electrical Safety Programs Course

By UL

NFPA 70E requires employers to develop and implement an electrical safety program. This course explains basic electrical safety practices that apply to electrical work. These practices include wearing personal protective equipment and completing arc-flash hazard analyses. The course is intended for people in all industries, particularly supervisors, electrical maintenance and installation workers, and safety managers.

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Spill Prevention, Control and Countermeasures (SPCC) v2 Course

By UL

You've seen media reports about the catastrophic effects an oil spill has on wildlife, the environment, and the livelihood of affected communities. The SPCC regulation was developed to prevent oil releases at facilities from polluting navigable waters of the United States. This course gives employees a general overview of SPCC requirements. Ideal learners: any employee involved in oil handling, transfer, storage, spill response or maintenance of oil equipment

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Respiratory Protection v3 Course

By UL

A single exposure to an airborne chemical can cause health effects that may last for the rest of your life. If your workplace contains dangerous chemicals or hazardous atmospheres, you need to know when and how to wear a respirator. This training will present the basic requirements of respiratory protection and will focus on the types and limitations of respirators. Ideal learners: all employees

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Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls v3 Course

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Preventing slips, trips and falls is fairly inexpensive and easy, but often ignored in the daily routine of trying to get work done quickly and efficiently. This course defines slips, trips and falls and details how you can avoid them.

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Preventing Back Injury v4 Course

By UL

Have you ever had a sharp pain in your back? In addition to being painful, back ailments can be debilitating and may prevent you from working. This course helps you understand how the back works and what you can do to prevent back injuries.

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Powered Industrial Trucks Part 3 - Stability and Handling Loads v2 Course

By UL

Powered industrial trucks like forklifts, motorized pallet jacks, tuggers, tow motors and other powered equipment are used every day to lift and move equipment or materials. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, every year powered industrial trucks are involved in approximately 68,400 accidents, 34,000 injuries and 85 fatalities. Because of this high risk of injury and even death while operating a powered industrial truck, OSHA regulates their operation. This course covers OSHA-required information that needs to be communicated to operators during the classroom portion of their training. Module 3 covers stability and safe load handling.

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Powered Industrial Trucks Part 2 - Pre-Operation and Maintenance v2 Course

By UL

Powered industrial trucks like forklifts, motorized pallet jacks, tuggers, tow motors and other powered equipment are used every day to lift and move equipment or materials. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, every year powered industrial trucks are involved in approximately 68,400 accidents, 34,000 injuries and 85 fatalities. Because of this high risk of injury and even death while operating a powered industrial truck, OSHA regulates their operation. This course covers OSHA-required information that needs to be communicated to operators during the classroom portion of their training. Module 2 covers pre-use inspections, maintenance and refueling/recharging.

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$24.95
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Powered Industrial Trucks Part 1 - Introduction to Powered Industrial Trucks v2 Course

By UL

Powered industrial trucks like forklifts, motorized pallet jacks, tuggers, tow motors and other powered equipment are used every day to lift and move equipment or materials. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, every year powered industrial trucks are involved in approximately 68,400 accidents, 34,000 injuries and 85 fatalities. Because of this high risk of injury and even death while operating a powered industrial truck, OSHA regulates their operation. This course covers OSHA-required information that needs to be communicated to operators during the classroom portion of their training. Module 1 covers the basics of powered industrial trucks and their safe operation.

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$24.95
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Powered Industrial Trucks - Operators Overview v2 Course

By UL

owered industrial trucks like forklifts, motorized pallet jacks, tuggers, tow motors and other powered equipment are used every day to lift and move equipment or materials… So what’s the big deal? Because of the high risk of injury and even death while operating a powered industrial truck, OSHA regulates their operation in 29 CFR 1910.178, and requires employers to provide training in their use. Specifically, powered industrial truck operators must receive comprehensive initial training, including facility specifics, a hands-on skill demonstration in the workplace and an evaluation. But the OSHA training requirements don’t stop there. Employers must also provide refresher training on powered industrial trucks under certain circumstances.

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Personal Protective Equipment Overview V2 Course

By UL

Workplaces can be very dangerous and unpredictable places with loud noises, falling objects, flying sparks, toxic chemicals, whirling blades and belts, you name it. So what's one way to keep yourself safe? By wearing personal protective equipment, commonly known as PPE, you can protect yourself against hazards and reduce your chances of getting hurt - or even killed.

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$24.95