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Eye Protection (HTML 5) Course

This course will take approximately 15 minutes to complete. By the end of the training session, you will be able to identify the potential work areas and activities that could cause injury to your eyes; understand how to prevent those injuries; use, maintain, and inspect protective eyewear; and use appropriate first aid for emergencies. Why Training about "Eye Protection Safety Training in the Workplace" Matters According to Prevent Blindness America, a national nonprofit organization, each day of the calendar year results in another 2,000 workers suffering a serious eye injury. Annually, about 100,000 of these eye injuries result in temporary or permanent vision loss. Approximately 62,000 of those eye injuries are severe enough that the injured worker misses at least one day of work. According to some experts, eye protection can reduce the number and severity of eye injuries in 90 percent of accidents. Occupational safety experts say that probably 90 percent of all workplace eye injuries can be prevented.

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$23.00
65198

PPE - Foot Protection (HTML 5) Course

This course will take approximately 12 minutes to complete. OSHA requires employers to conduct a hazard assessment and determine the appropriate PPE for the different types of work that employees are expected to do. This includes an assessment for potential foot injury hazards. This training session will discuss the potential foot hazards in your workplace that were identified during the hazard assessment.

Visited 217 times
$23.00
65195

Personal Protective Equipment - What Employees Need to Know (HTML 5) Course

The main objective of this course is to provide you with the information you need to use PPE effectively to protect your health and safety on the job. By the time the course is over, you should be able to understand the PPE hazard assessment process; understand why different types of PPE are selected; and know how to properly wear and care for PPE.

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$23.00
65129

Respiratory Protection (HTML 5) Course

This course will take approximately 30 minutes to complete. After this training session, you will be able to identify the hazards of airborne contaminants, identify and use appropriate respiratory protection, recognize the limitations and capabilities of respirators in our workplace, and inspect, maintain, and store respirators.

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$23.00
65125

Proteccion Contra De Caidas En La Construccion HTML 5 (Fall Protection in Construction HTML 5) Course

Los objetivos de esta sesión incluyen ser capaz de reconocer los peligros de caídas e identificar la necesidad de protección; utilizar sistemas básicos de protección contra caídas; evitar la caída de objetos; inspeccionar los sistemas personales de detención de caídas; y rescatarse y rescatar a otros en caso de caídas. Duración: 33 minutos

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$23.00
25332

Respiratory Protection Course

This course will take approximately 30 minutes to complete. After this training session, you will be able to identify the hazards of airborne contaminants, identify and use appropriate respiratory protection, recognize the limitations and capabilities of respirators in our workplace, and inspect, maintain, and store respirators.

Visited 1,183 times
$23.00
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Fall Protection in Construction Course

This course will take approximately 30 minutes to complete. This training presentation will teach you how to recognize fall hazards and identify when fall protection is needed, use basic fall protection systems, prevent objects from falling, inspect personal fall arrest systems, and rescue yourself and others from falls. Why Training about "Fall Protection Training - Safety Training" Matters Falls are the leading cause of fatalities in the construction industry. About 700 workers in all U.S. industries are killed by falls each year. About 100,000 construction workers are injured by falls each year. And 40 percent of construction industry injuries are related to falls. Fall protection regulation is the responsibility of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, under the Code of Federal Regulations Title 29, Sections 1926.500 to 1926.503 Employees must be trained to recognize fall hazards and to follow training procedures to minimize fall hazards.

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$23.00