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This training session on permit-required confined spaces is designed for construction workers designated as attendants for these spaces. You know that construction sites change constantly as the work progresses. That means confined spaces change, too. In fact, confined spaces can be created during the course of a project, even if none existed at the project’s start. This session will help you identify the hazards of confined space entry, including the signs, symptoms, behavioral effects, and consequences of hazard exposure. Duration: 34 Minutes.

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Safety Orientation for Campus Workers (HTML 5) Course

The main objective of this session is to teach you about safety. In this training module, we will go over your role in safety and all the different aspects of working safely, how to be able to identify safety hazards, how to respond to accidents quickly and safely, basic first-aid information so you will be able to use it in any situation, and choosing the right tools and personal protective equipment, or PPE, for your job. Duration: 24 minutes.

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Preventing Office Hazards on Campus (HTML 5) Course

The main objective of this session is to discuss office hazards on campus and the safety precautions campus office workers need to take to prevent accidents and injuries. By the time this session is over, those who participate in this session should be able to recognize office hazards, know what to do in emergencies, take proper precautions to avoid accidents, reduce ergonomic risk factors, use proper lifting techniques, and manage stress effectively. Duration: 30 minutes.

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Lockout/Tagout for Affected Employees: Refresher (HTML 5) Course

This refresher course will give you the main points to remember about lockout/tagout for affected employees, including maintenance and repair personnel, machine operators and janitors. Affected employees must be trained on: The reasons for the Hazardous Energy Control Procedures and what they are used for The prohibition against restarting or re-energizing machines or equipment which are locked out or tagged out. The hazards of their work when performed under lockout and tagout conditions

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Lockout/Tagout Authorized Employees: Refresher (HTML 5) Course

This refresher course will give you the main points to remember about lockout/tagout for authorized employees. An Authorized Employee is a qualified person who locks out or tags out specific machines or equipment so that cleaning, repairing, servicing, setting-up, adjusting or unjamming operations can be conducted. These employees must be trained, so they know the potential hazards of jobs and acquire the knowledge and skills necessary for the safe usage of the specific Hazardous Energy Control Procedures for each machine, piece of equipment or prime mover they are responsible for. The same individual may be both an Affected and Authorized Employee.  

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Firing (HTML 5) Course

You need to understand the policies and laws that you must adhere to when letting someone go. A fired employee may be angry—angry enough to claim the firing was for an unlawful reason such as discrimination or retaliation. Expect your actions and documentation to be examined under a microscope. Duration: 35 minutes

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Battery Safety Course

The main objective of this online training course is to make sure you work safely with batteries on the job. By the time the session is over, you will be able to identify battery hazards; understand how batteries work; charge batteries safely; assist in maintaining batteries properly; select appropriate PPE for battery maintenance; and follow proper emergency procedures.   Some precautions that you must take while handling batteries are: Wear approved safety glasses or goggles and/or a face shield. Wear proper clothing to protect your face, hands and body. Make sure work area is well-ventilated. Never lean over the battery while boosting, testing or charging. Keep away from cigarettes, flames, sparks and other ignition sources – they could cause the battery to catch fire or even explode. Do not charge or use booster cables or adjust post connections without proper instructions and training. Exercise caution when working with metallic tools or conductors to prevent short circuits and sparks. Keep vent caps tight.

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Accident Investigation Course

This course will take approximately 22 minutes to complete. This training session will show the importance of accident investigation, how to talk to witnesses, what questions to ask when evaluating an accident scene, how to determine causal factors, and how to identify corrective actions. Why Training about "Workplace Accident Investigation Training" Matters Once the investigation team has found these root causes of an accident, or causal factors, they will identify corrective actions that will fix or repair the system deficiencies. When the corrective actions are implemented, they will prevent the accident or a similar accident from happening again. Another reason to investigate the accident is to document what happened and how the employee was injured. These documents are used for workers’ compensation claims and as an educational tool to help prevent a similar accident. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) also requires documentation. Information must also be entered on the OSHA 300 Log. These documents must be available for OSHA if the agency inspects your workplace.

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Hazard Communication Refresher Course

The main objective of this session is to make sure you identify material hazards and take proper precautions to protect your health and safety whenever you work with or around hazardous materials. By the time the session is over, you will be able to understand the purpose and requirements of OSHA’s Hazard Communication standard; identify material hazards and safe work practices using labels and safety data sheets, or SDSs; understand the effects and symptoms of exposures and proper first aid; use appropriate personal protective equipment, or PPE, to protect against specific hazards; and respond quickly and effectively to spills. Duration: 33 minutes.

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Forklifts and Pedestrian Safety Course

The main purpose of this session is to train you to work safely around forklifts. By the time this session is over, you will be able to identify the hazards of working around forklifts; understand the factors that contribute to forklift/pedestrian accidents; comprehend pedestrian safety requirements; and take proper precautions when working around forklifts to protect your safety. Duration: 22 minutes.

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