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Comprehensive Safety Awareness Training Course Bundle (Includes 97 Courses)

Comprehensive Safety Awareness Training Course Bundle (Includes 97 Courses)

This bundle includes 97 courses, regularly priced at $12.95 each...now for only $69.99 total! Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, employers are responsible for providing a safe and healthful workplace. No person should ever have to be injured, become ill, or die for a paycheck. The importance of training your employees – both new and experienced — cannot be overemphasized. Effective training of new employees results in employees who: Know what they’re doing Save time Have a good feeling about the company Get off to a good start. Retraining of employees provides for continued  "insurance" against accident and incidents. To assist employers, safety and health professionals, training directors and others with a need to know, OSHA’s training-related General Awareness training courses have been collected in this online training bundle. Topical General Awareness Requirements for training are included in this group of courses as well as industry specific  training. Training in the safe way for workers to do their jobs well is an investment that will pay back over and over again in fewer injuries and illnesses, better morale, lower insurance premiums and more. It is a good idea to keep a record of all safety and health training. Documentation can also supply an answer to one of the first questions an incident investigator will ask: “Did the employee receive adequate training to do the job?” * Comprehensive General Awareness Training Curriculum for your firm's safety program. * One Purchase and you have every course you need to train multiple employees. * An annual fixed cost per trainee for solid budget planning.

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$69.99
Stop & Think

Stop & Think

Stop & Think! - a powerful, attention-grabbing new meeting opener. Four minutes of dramatic injury re-enactments in a variety of work settings hold the viewer's attention. Whether it's distractions, being in a hurry, or just not paying attention, we can all relate to the causes of these mishaps. Stop & Think carries a message that is simple, yet important to our safety: Sometimes all it takes to prevent an injury is for each of us to take a moment to stop...and think.

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SESHA: Semiconductor Hazardous Energy Bundle

SESHA: Semiconductor Hazardous Energy Bundle

By UL

The energy used during the semiconductor fabrication process can be dangerous. Take these courses to learn about the practices and programs, such as lockout/tagout, that your employer expects you to use to remain safe when working with energized equipment. These courses are ideal for all semiconductor fabrication workers. Duration: 53 minutes

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$71.99
SESHA: Semiconductor Fabrication Worker Safety Bundle

SESHA: Semiconductor Fabrication Worker Safety Bundle

By UL

Where does your job fit in with the entire semiconductor fabrication process? Take these courses to find out! You will learn about the steps of the process, the types of hazards involved in them and the controls in place to keep workers from being hurt. These courses are ideal for all semiconductor workers who work inside fabrication facilities. Duration: 51 minutes

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$47.99
SESHA: Semiconductor Electrical Safety Bundle

SESHA: Semiconductor Electrical Safety Bundle

By UL

Electricity can shock or electrocute you if you do not recognize hazards and take proper precautions. Take this course to learn about the characteristics of electricity and electrical hazards. This suite will help you understand the importance of electrical risk assessments. It will also provide guidance about written electrical safety programs and controls, such as lockout-tagout, that can help prevent accidents. You will also learn how to respond in the event of an electrical emergency. Ideal learners are semiconductor fabrication workers. Duration: 76 minutes

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$94.99
SESHA: Semiconductor Chemical Safety Including Toxic Gases Bundle

SESHA: Semiconductor Chemical Safety Including Toxic Gases Bundle

By UL

Semiconductor fabrication involves many hazardous liquid chemicals and gases that can be dangerous if people do not handle them properly. These courses will help you understand which liquid chemicals and gases you may encounter, what controls your employer has in place to minimize the danger and what you can do to remain healthy and safe. The courses are ideal for all semiconductor workers who work inside fabrication facilities.   Duration: 110 minutes

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$118.99
SESHA: General EHS, Ergonomics and Semiconductor Safety Bundle

SESHA: General EHS, Ergonomics and Semiconductor Safety Bundle

By UL

To stay safe at work, it is important that you know about the hazards in your environment and the practices and programs your employer has in place to keep you and your co-workers healthy and safe. These courses will help you understand workplace hazards and how to avoid them using controls. The courses are ideal for all semiconductor fabrication workers, including semiconductor fabrication supervisors and office workers. Duration: 82 minutes

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$84.99
SESHA: Safety Bootcamp Suite Bundle

SESHA: Safety Bootcamp Suite Bundle

By UL

Workers in semiconductor fabrication facilities perform a range of job functions in different areas. Many of the tasks you perform and many of the areas in which you perform them pose unique and specific hazards. What do you need to know about fabrication processes and facilities to keep yourself and others safe? The foremost goal of the Semiconductor Safety suite of courses is to help workers and supervisors understand how to stay safe and healthy on the job. The courses address general environmental, health and safety dangers, as well as the hazards inherent in specific fabrication processes. They also cover the precautions that employers and employees can take to control exposure to these hazards. Two of the most common dangers workers face result from the handling and storage of hazardous chemicals, and from working with and around hazardous energy such as electricity. These dangers affect not only the workers that use the chemicals or electrical equipment, but those that work near them, essentially anyone in the facility. What do you need to know about these hazards and what should you do in the event something goes wrong? These courses are ideal for everyone who works inside semiconductor fabrication facilities, regardless of their roles and job responsibilities. Duration: 522 minutes

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$418.95
Semiconductor Hazardous Energy Control Part 3 Course

Semiconductor Hazardous Energy Control Part 3 Course

By UL

Unexpected energization of semiconductor fabrication equipment being serviced or maintained can have fatal consequences. Take this course to learn how lockout/tagout procedures protect all employees and make the employees who perform maintenance and service work 100% responsible for their own safety. Ideal learners are semiconductor fabrication workers, especially authorized employees. Objectives: Order the steps in the lockout/tagout procedure Identify the requirements for each step in an effective lockout/tagout program Identify the steps to be taken following the completion of the maintenance Recognize when and how group LOTO may be used Duration: 16 minutes

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$24.95
Semiconductor Hazardous Energy Control Part 2 Course

Semiconductor Hazardous Energy Control Part 2 Course

By UL

Think safety first when working within semiconductor fabrication units. Take this course to learn about the physical methods used to control hazardous energy found in your work area. Also learn about SEMI safety guidelines for interlock systems and hazardous energy isolation. Ideal learners are semiconductor fabrication workers, especially authorized employees. Objectives: Choose the correct energy isolation method for different types of hazardous energies Differentiate between devices that do and do not isolate energy Distinguish between energy isolating devices that can and can not be locked out Know how lockout devices and adapters are used Recognize SEMI S2 guidelines for safety interlock systems Recognize SEMI S2 guidelines for hazardous energy isolation Duration: 16 minutes

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Semiconductor Hazardous Energy Control Part 1 Course

Semiconductor Hazardous Energy Control Part 1 Course

By UL

Think safety first when working within semiconductor fabrication facilities. Become aware of the different types of hazardous energy that may injure or even kill you. Develop and practice a hazardous energy control program at your company using lockout/tagout procedures when servicing equipment or tools inside the fabrication facility. Ideal learners are semiconductor fabrication workers. Objectives: Know the types of hazardous energy that may be present in semiconductor fabrication environments Recall the purpose of a hazardous energy control program Identify employer requirements to establish and use a hazardous energy control program Recall the responsibilities of three types of employee roles involved in a hazardous energy control program Duration: 21 minutes

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Semiconductor Fabrication Worker Safety Part 2 Course

Semiconductor Fabrication Worker Safety Part 2 Course

By UL

Each step of the semiconductor manufacturing process has its own hazards. It is important that you understand the hazards and what controls are in place to protect you. Take this course to find out about some of the specific steps, their hazards and safety measures. Ideal learners - Semiconductor fabrication workers. Objectives: Know four basic areas that are common to all semiconductor fabrication factories (fabs) Identify hazards and controls in fab areas Recall initial actions to take during an emergency event in a clean room Identify the basic steps in the semiconductor manufacturing process Recognize the hazards and controls associated with the semiconductor manufacturing processes Duration: 31 minutes

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$24.95
Semiconductor Fabrication Worker Safety Part 1 Course

Semiconductor Fabrication Worker Safety Part 1 Course

By UL

Each semiconductor fabrication factory area has unique hazards and controls. Take this course to learn about what to expect so that you can anticipate hazards and make sure controls are in place to maintain safety during each step of the semiconductor manufacturing process. Objectives: Know four basic areas that are common to all semiconductor fabrication factories (fabs) Identify hazards and controls in fab areas; Recall initial actions to take during an emergency event in a clean room Identify the basic steps in the semiconductor manufacturing process Recognize the hazards and controls associated with the semiconductor manufacturing processes Duration: 20 minutes

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$24.95
Semiconductor Ergonomics for Maintenance and Service Course

Semiconductor Ergonomics for Maintenance and Service Course

By UL

Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) that result from ergonomic injuries are the most common reason employees cannot work. However, you can prevent these types of injuries. This course will explain the actions you can take to avoid or minimize the ergonomic risks you face at work. Ideal learners are semiconductor fabrication workers. Objectives: Recognize common types of injuries Identify ergonomic risk factors Recall early reporting guidelines Recognize ergonomic best practices for setting up and using workstations, manually handling material, and completing common maintenance tasks Select hand tools that optimize ergonomics Identify planning considerations for service tasks Duration: 25 minutes

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$24.95
Semiconductor Environmental, Health and Safety at Work Part 3 Course

Semiconductor Environmental, Health and Safety at Work Part 3 Course

By UL

Think about all the equipment used in a semiconductor fabrication facility. Now think about the different types of hazardous energy used to operate that equipment. Take this course to learn about these hazards and what you can do to ensure the safety of everyone exposed to them. This course specifically addresses hazardous energy types and regulations, energy isolating devices and electrical safety. Ideal learners are semiconductor fabrication workers. Objectives: Recognize the types of hazardous energy that may be present in your environment Select the best source for determining hazardous energy regulations for your workplace Recall types of energy isolating devices and their purpose Identify electrical energy injuries and how to prevent them Duration: 15 minutes

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$24.95
Semiconductor Environmental, Health and Safety at Work Part 2 Course

Semiconductor Environmental, Health and Safety at Work Part 2 Course

By UL

Semiconductor fabrication workers are confronted with environmental, safety and health hazards on a daily basis. Take this course to learn about what steps your employer or host site is required to take and what actions you can take to ensure your safety and the safety of others. This course specifically addresses ergonomics, noise, personal protective equipment (PPE), working alone and chemical safety. Ideal learners are semiconductor fabrication workers. Objectives: Recognize common types of ergonomic injuries and risk factors and best practices that can minimize them Identify the health effects of exposure to high levels of noise Define the hearing conservation program, including how noise is measured and types of hearing protection Recognize best practices for the use and maintenance of personal protective equipment Identify risk factors and precautions for working alone Know the topics addressed in your company's hazard communication program, including labels, Safety Data Sheets and chemical hazardous waste Identify chemical routes of entry and ways to handle exposure Recognize the hazards new chemicals or equipment may bring to the facility Duration: 25 minutes

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$24.95
Semiconductor Environmental, Health and Safety at Work Part 1 Course

Semiconductor Environmental, Health and Safety at Work Part 1 Course

By UL

Employers must do what they can to protect workers from injuries and illnesses. They must implement an environmental, safety and health program, and employees must be trained in it. This course is part of that program. You will learn about precautions, safety and security, workplace hazards, emergencies, and resource and energy conservation. Ideal learners are semiconductor employees. Objectives: Recognize EHS precautions and how they apply to you Know general safety and security precautions for your work environment Know how to report an EHS accident Identify common workplace hazards Know what to do in case of an emergency Recall housekeeping protocols to reduce hazards Recall three money and energy saving conservation practices Duration: 17 minutes

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Semiconductor Electrical Safety Part 4: Electrical Safety Program Components (US) Course

Semiconductor Electrical Safety Part 4: Electrical Safety Program Components (US) Course

By UL

To ensure the safety of employees who work around electricity in semiconductor fabrication facilities, employers must meet several requirements. One of the requirements is to have a written electrical safety program. In this course, you will learn how the results of the risk assessments are used to create a program and implement safe work practices. You will also learn how to respond in the event of an electrical emergency. Ideal learners are semiconductor fabrication workers. Objectives: Identify electrical safety program components Recall safe electrical work practices Know electrical safety responsibilities and training requirements Recall how to respond during an electrical emergency Duration: 20 minutes

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$24.95
Semiconductor Electrical Safety Part 3: Implementing Electrical Safety (US) Course

Semiconductor Electrical Safety Part 3: Implementing Electrical Safety (US) Course

By UL

Working safely around electricity is vital in semiconductor fabrication facilities. In this course, you will learn more about the process for implementing electrical safety, including how assessment results are used to help keep you and your co-workers safe. You will also get a review of the lockout/tagout process and learn the importance of an energized electrical work permit. Ideal learners are semiconductor fabrication workers. Objectives: Locate electrical hazard information in NFPA 70E® tables and on equipment labels Define arc-flash risk assessment methods Recognize the steps in the lockout/tagout process Identify the required elements of an energized electrical work permit Duration: 15 minutes

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Semiconductor Electrical Safety Part 2: Developing a Risk-Based Approach to Electrical Safety Course

Semiconductor Electrical Safety Part 2: Developing a Risk-Based Approach to Electrical Safety Course

By UL

To protect yourself from shock and electrocution, you have to understand electrical hazards in your semiconductor workplace. Take this course to learn about different electrical risk assessments and protective measures that may be implemented as a result. Ideal learners are semiconductor fabrication workers. Objectives: Identify how NFPA 70E® applies to semiconductor fabrication facilities Select information that must be included in risk assessments Recall electrical hazard protective measures Recognize the steps required to establish electrically safe work conditions Select examples of authorized energized work Define "qualified person" responsibilities Define approach boundaries Duration: 20 minutes

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$24.95