Workplace violence is a serious problem in organizations all over the world. In the United States alone over 2 million people are victims of violence at work every year. The deep physical and emotional impact and the loss in time, money and reputation can have a catastrophic impact on organizations. Make sure that your organization’s managers are trained to prevent and react to violence on the job. The 2017 course covers: The OSHA mandate on workplace violence. The behaviors that are considered workplace violence by the department of labor. Workplace bullying. Sexual assault and sexual harassment. Using physical and verbal intimidation. Vandalizing or destroying personal or work property. Sabotaging business operations. Threats of physical harm Physical assault Using a weapon for assault or intimidation. Violence at customer, vendor, or other locations The confidentiality of employees who report violence Having a zero-tolerance policy. Educating employees on violence How toxic behaviors create a breeding ground for violence Openly and honestly communicating with employees Ensuring that employees have a clean, healthy, and safe environment Fair management practices Conflict resolution Stress management Domestic violence Reports and investigations Facility security Warning signs and troubling changes in behavior Threat assessment and intervention Assisting at-risk employees Handling confrontations and assaults Active shooter incidents Disciplinary actions This course includes a full HD video and employee quiz.
This North American Spanish language harassment prevention course covers all federal law pertaining to harassment. Delivered in a simple, concise, no-nonsense style this course leaves no doubt about what behaviors are unacceptable and the consequences for engaging in them. FThe course covers the following: The Protected Groups Hostile Environment Harassment The Reasonable Person Standard Techniques to prevent harassment Bullying Harassment via text, e-mail or social media. Gender harassment Disability harassment Sexual harassment Same sex harassment Religious harassment Pregnancy harassment Gossiping and spreading rumors Menacing, threatening or intimidating Insensitive jokes or comments Racial slurs or epithets Excluding or isolating co-workers. Using demeaning or offensive names The consequences of harassment. Harassment by non-employees like customers Retaliation And much more. The course includes a full HD video and employee quiz.
This harassment prevention course made specifically for managers, covers the critical information managers need to know to comply with federal harassment law and prevent it in the workplace they manage. This course covers: The employee groups protected by federal law. The reasonable person standard. Hostile environment harassment. Harassing or discriminatory behaviors that result in a tangible employment action. Quid Pro Quo harassment. How harassment can be perpetrated by persons who are not employees like contractors, customers and vendors. How harassment can occur anywhere that an employee represents their organization. Behaviors that lead to illegal workplace harassment. Sending offensive or harassing emails. Viewing offensive websites. Using social networking sites for harassing or offensive behavior. Verbal, physical or cyber bullying. The use of demeaning or offensive names. Gossiping or spreading rumors about co-workers. Telling insensitive jokes. Menacing looks or gesture. Sexual Harassment. Making disparaging comments about a person’s job ability. Texting pictures, messages or videos. Excluding or isolating someone from work-related activities and assignments because of a non work-related reason. Using crude or offensive language. Making derogatory comments about a person’s sexual orientation. Making jokes or comments about a person’s physical attributes Inappropriate remarks or jokes about a woman’s pregnancy. Offensive gender based comments or behaviors. The managers top priorities for prevention harassment. The manager's role in preventing harassment. Educating employees through ongoing, formal training sessions. Providing less formal counseling sessions. Reporting harassment. Watching for the warning signs of unreported harassment. Taking a harassment complaint. Confidentiality. The consequences of engaging in harassment. Retaliation. Harassment prevention. The course contains a full HD video and employee quiz.
1910.39 -Fire safety is important business. National Fire Prevention Week is intended to focus on the importance of fire safety in the home, in schools and at work. But workplace fire safety is the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) principal focus and saving lives and preventing injuries due to fire is a key concern. According to National Safety Council figures, losses due to workplace fires in 1988 totaled $3.1 billion. Of the more than 5,000 persons who lost their lives due to fires in 1988, the National Safety Council estimates 360 were workplace deaths. When OSHA conducts workplace inspections, it checks to see whether employers are complying with OSHA standards for fire safety. OSHA standards require employers to provide proper exits, fire fighting equipment, emergency plans, and employee training to prevent fire deaths and injuries in the workplace
This refresher course will give you the main points to remember about slips, trips, and falls. For more complete information, be sure to take the full-length course. Duration: 7 minutes.
It’s important that all school employees are properly trained so they know how to reduce their risk of contracting an illness transmitted through contact with blood or other bodily fluids. The objectives of the session are to help school employees identify BBPs and risks of exposure, understand how certain diseases are transmitted through blood, determine the risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens in the campus setting, prevent exposure by taking proper precautions, and respond appropriately if exposed to bloodborne pathogens. Duration: 33 minutes.
This session will guide you through a variety of topics that will help you to understand, prevent, and respond to on-campus fires. By the time the session is over, you should be able to understand why residences on college campuses are vulnerable to fires, understand how on-campus fires start, take measures to help create awareness to prevent on-campus fires, know how to respond appropriately to on-campus fires, and understand when and how to use a fire extinguisher. Duration: 39 minutes.
Preventing Violence on Campus is an Online Training Course for students which provides basic information in order to be equipped to prevent catastrophic violence on the campus. This training course reviews warning signs and developmental indicators associated with potential for development of violent behavior. It also stresses on the importance of reporting in violence prevention. By the time this training program is over, you should be able to know: The different types of violence that can occur Understand how to prevent violent occurrences Know the steps to take in case of a violent outbreak Know the different ways you can make your campus have a safer atmosphere Duration: 14 minutes.
The main objective of this session is to make more aware of discrimination on campus and how to prevent it. By the time the session is over, you should be able to know what discrimination is, understand different examples of discrimination, ways to prevent discrimination, and know what to do if you are faced with discrimination. Duration: 19 minutes.
The main objective of this session is to inform you about sexual harassment so you can help recognize and prevent it. By the end of this session, you should be able to, recognize sexual harassment on campus, differentiate between the two main kinds of harassment, understand the different laws governing harassment against other employees and students, report incidents and cooperate in investigations of sexual harassment, and help promote and maintain a productive work and educational environment for faculty, staff, and students. Duration: 18 minutes.
This course will take approximately 22 minutes to complete. By the end of the training session, you will be able to identify slip, trip, and fall hazards at work; understand safety specifications and features of walking surfaces and openings; use stairs and ladders safely to avoid falls; and avoid and eliminate slip and trip hazards.
This course will take approximately 27 minutes to complete. This training session will discuss the hazards of mold both in the workplace and at home. We will learn how to detect mold, where to find it, the health hazards of exposure, how to clean up small mold contamination, and how to prevent mold from growing.
Medidas De Emergencia - Prevencion De Incendios (HTML 5) (Emergency Action and Fire Prevention HTML 5) Course
Al terminar esta sesión de capacitación, usted podrá comprender los peligros que llevan a una emergencia, evacuar un área ante una emergencia, responder en caso de emergencia, protegerse del fuego y de otros peligros, prevenir incendios y responder ante incendios y derrames. Duración: 25 minutos
This course examines alternative drugs of abuse, specifically over-the-counter drugs and synthetics. The course examines the signs and symptoms of abuse, types of substances abused, and resources in prevention. This course is offered tuition-free by Lamar Associates-Indian Country Training. This project is supported by Grant Number 2010-CK-WX-K030 awarded by the Office of Community Oriented Policing Services, U.S. Department of Justice. The opinions contained herein are those of the author(s) and do not necessarily represent the official position or policies of the U.S. Department of Justice. References to specific companies, products, or services should not be considered an endorsement by the author(s) or the U.S. Department of Justice. Rather, the references are illustrations to supplement discussion of the issues. Important Notes on Navigation Most of the screens in this training are forwarded by you, the user. If initially you are unable to see the forward button on the bottom of your screen, make sure that your “View” is set to 100% or less in Explorer. Some of the slides require your interaction and you will need to advance by clicking on a forward arrow or submit button inside the slide, rather than on the bottom. A few screens ask that you click on subtitles to view more information. Should you run into any difficulties you cannot resolve, use the Help button on the left to ask a question.
This course helps tribal police departments by building awareness. The five-part course introduces the social developmental skill building required for tribal communities to investigate domestic violence, identify drug and alcohol use and abuse, deter Internet predators, and engage in proactive problem solving methodologies in accordance with Community Policing concepts, processes and techniques. This course also introduces tribal police officers to best practices for use of force. Objectives: Enable officers to identify and prevent substance abuse in their communities. Assist in the development of community oriented drug and domestic violence prevention plans. Create strategies for building effective community coalitions to include law enforcement, youth, social services, schools, and tribal courts. Identify promising approaches to Internet crime prevention, intervention and suppression. Create a depository of subject related resource materials and glossaries. Examine community policing concepts and principles as they relate to substance abuse, domestic violence, use of force and community crime prevention. 0.5 CEU is available from George Mason University for successful completion of the course with a passing grade. Please contact email@example.com for more information about earning CEUs.
This course will take approximately 22 minutes to complete. Stormwater runoff is a major carrier of pollutants that damage rivers, lakes, streams, and coastal waters in the United States. To address this problem, the federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) developed a federal program under the Clean Water Act to regulate stormwater discharge sources. This session will help identify the sources of pollutants in stormwater runoff and implement procedures to prevent pollutants from getting into stormwater or the environment.
FSMA Food Safety and Quality Planning The initial Food Safety Modernization Act (FSMA) rules are now on the table. One of the first issues addressed in the rules is a call for the food processors, farms, distributors, handlers, packers, and distributors to develop food safety plans that embrace and define operational hazard analyses and preventive controls. Additionally, these plans must address process monitoring, corrective action, verification and record keeping. While there are currently many compliance bodies that provide food safety standards and certification, most of these bodies provide little or no guidance for developing a detailed and comprehensive planning strategy that can be used to meet rule requirements. This course includes a free paper with the same title. The training includes planning procedures for incorporating both food safety and food quality plans into a single plan. Advanced concepts include flow charting, process mapping, critical control point determination, hazard analysis, procedure development, inspection, test and other concepts required for a complete plan
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.