Safety Training for Supervisors
As much as you try to prevent them, accidents at work happen. No matter what kind of accident you may be faced with at work, one of the most important things you can do after it happens is to investigate it and learn from the experience so it doesn’t happen again. This training session will cover everything you need to know about investigating accidents.
Active Shooter On-Site: What Every Employee Should Do
When it comes to workplace shootings, there are measures you can take to not only limit the damage but also to save precious lives both before and during these traumatic incidents. Because most incidents are over within minutes, you must be prepared to react to the situation with speed. During this session, we’ll talk about how you, as an employee, should react to and prepare for an active shooter in your workplace.
Acute Respiratory Illness Pandemics: Prevention & Response
For most healthy adults, seasonal viruses are not generally life-threatening. But as you’ve seen in the news, acute respiratory illness pandemics, such as those caused by coronaviruses (including COVID-19) or influenza, can spread quickly and widely, and pose a major global health threat.
The main objective of this course is to make non-healthcare workers aware of the risks of pandemics and the precautions to take to keep themselves safe. By the time the session is over, you will be able to describe what a pandemic is; identify types of viruses that can cause acute respiratory illness pandemics and recognize their symptoms; appreciate the risks of infection; prevent the spread of infection; prepare for and address a pandemic at work and at home; and react responsibly if you get sick.
Basic First Aid for Medical Emergencies
The main purpose of this session is to familiarize you with basic first-aid procedures. By the time this session is over, you will be able to recognize the benefits of obtaining first-aid and CPR certification; identify proper procedures for a variety of medical emergencies; assist in administering first aid when a coworker is injured; and do no further harm.
Disaster Planning—What Supervisors Need to Know
This online disaster planning training course will help teach supervisors and safety managers to recognize the types of workplace disasters they may face, understand the requirements of the emergency response plan, satisfy employee training requirements, and carry out emergency response duties effectively while at work.
Emergency Action & Fire Prevention
This online safety training course will teach employees to understand workplace hazards that lead to an emergency and how to respond quickly and efficiently to an emergency situation. Also covered in this training course is how to evacuate an area in an emergency, protect others from fire and other hazards, prevent fires, and respond to fires and spills while at work.
This online safety training course is designed for plant managers, supervisors, and other employees designated as emergency evacuation coordinators who need to understand the process for preparing a facility for the safe evacuation of employees. By the end of the training session, participants will be able to set up and maintain exit routes, implement the requirements of the facility Emergency Action Plan, recognize alarm signals, and, implement evacuation procedures.
Hazard Communication & GHS—What Supervisors Need to Know
The main objectives of this training session are to understand the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labelling of Chemicals (GHS) revisions to OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard and how they affect the workplace, to recognize the revised chemical labels and safety data sheets (SDS), and to train employees to read and interpret the GHS-compliant labels and SDSs.
Office Ergonomics Training
Despite reports that the number of work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) has declined in recent years because of widespread awareness and implementation of effective preventive measures, ergonomics remains a significant workplace safety and health issue. The main objective of this online office ergonomics training course is to cover the topic of office ergonomics from hazards to precautions so that employees can avoid developing work-related MSDs. By the time the session is over, trainees should be able to define ergonomics and MSDs, identify ergonomic risk factors, recognize MSD symptoms, set up a workstation to minimize stress and strain, and perform tasks safely to avoid musculoskeletal injuries and illnesses. The benefits to you, the employer, are numerous, from lower healthcare costs to increased employee productivity
Office Hazards—What Supervisors Need to Know
The main objective of this session is to review office hazards and the safety precautions you need to take to help your workers prevent accidents and injuries. By the time this session is over, you 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.
Pandemic Flu—How to Prevent & Respond
The main objective of this session is to make you aware of the risks of flu pandemics, the potential problems we could all face should we be hit with a pandemic, and the precautions you would need to take to keep yourself and your family safe. By the time the session is over, you should be able to understand what a pandemic is, recognize the risks, identify flu symptoms, prevent the spread of infection, prepare for and deal with a pandemic at work and at home, and know what to do if you get sick.
Permit-Required Confined Space Rescue for Supervisors
The main objective of this session is to review the requirements for successful confined space rescue operations. By the time the session is over, you will be able to recognize confined space hazards, plan for rescues, evaluate rescue services, differentiate among types of rescues, train and equip a rescue team, and identify the phases of a rescue operation.
Recordkeeping—Injury & Illness
This online recordkeeping training course is recommended for employees and supervisors required to maintain U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) illness and injury recordkeeping forms and those who need to know about the recordkeeping requirements. By the end of this training session, employees and supervisors will understand which employers are affected by recordkeeping standards, appropriate recordkeeping forms, how to reporting to the government, employee rights regarding recordkeeping, and injury and illness recording criteria.
Respirator Fit Testing—What Supervisors Need to Know
The main objective of this session is to review respirator fit-test options and procedures. By the time the session is over, you will be able to help employees select, assess comfort, and fit a respirator; teach workers to perform positive and negative seal checks; and understand qualitative and quantitative fit-test procedures.
Slips, Trips, & Falls—What Supervisors Need to Know
The main objective of this session is to help you prevent slips, trips, and falls among the employees you supervise. By the time this session is over, you should be able to identify slip, trip, and fall hazards in the workplace; eliminate slip, trip, and falls hazards in work areas you supervise; prevent falls on stairs and from ladders; help employees prevent slips, trips, and falls outdoors and at home; and teach employees how to minimize injuries if they fall.
A little bit of stress can keep us on our toes and give us the adrenaline we need to get through tough situations. But when stress becomes persistent or excessive, it can create problems—both at work and at home. And even worse—it can take a toll on your physical and mental health. During this session we’ll learn about what causes stress, how much is too much, and lots of things you can do to make it more manageable for you.
Violence in the Workplace: How to Prevent & Defuse for Supervisors
This online violence in the workplace training course will help managers and supervisors identify the causes of workplace violence, spot the signs of potential violence, follow required security procedures, respond effectively to violent acts, and recognize and respond to terrorist threats.