Most vehicle accidents are actually the result of human error. If an error is made at the wrong moment, an accident or collision will result. A consistent, defensive approach to driving is the best way to reduce the likelihood of driver error. The goal of this course is to provide drivers of large vehicles with the knowledge and safe driving techniques they need to prevent collisions and violations.
A split-second decision can change your life, especially when you are behind the wheel of a fast-moving, heavy vehicle. Take this course to refresh your memory about safe driving practices, particularly what you need to do before you drive, while you drive and in the event of an accident. Ideal learners include anyone who drives cars or other small vehicles such as small service trucks and vans.
Fires, severe weather, medical emergencies, chemical releases, bomb threats and other hazardous situations can threaten life and limb. Precautions reduce the number of injuries and deaths attributable to these threats. This course will focus on two important aspects of this effort: egress and emergency action plans. This course is ideal for all employees.
Working with electricity can be dangerous. Every year, between 300 and 500 people in the U.S. are killed by electrocutions at work. To handle electricity safely, you need to know how it acts, how it can be controlled, and its hazards. Workers performing service or maintenance on machinery and equipment may be injured by the unexpected startup of the machinery or equipment, or release of stored electrical energy in the equipment. In f MORE...
Extreme weather driving includes every adverse weather condition that could cause a hazardous driving situation, such as rain, snow, ice, fog, or extremely cold or hot weather. The purpose of this training is to show drivers how to handle extreme weather conditions on the road so they can stay safe in rain, snow or shine. Ideal learners are all employees.
If you were confronted with a fire in your workplace, would you know whether to fight or flee? If you decide to fight the fire, do you know what to do? Take this course to learn when to fight or flee a fire and how to choose and use fire extinguishers. Knowing what to do can save lives! Ideal learners include all employees.
Fire is a terrible way to die or be injured. You cannot assume that having a fire department keeps you safe. Most workplace fires are completely preventable. Take this course to find out how to reduce the risk of fires in your workplace. Ideal learners are all employees.
Many destructive fires are caused by hot work or the cutting, welding and other work that generates heat and sparks. Various regulations and codes cover hot work and, when followed properly, help ensure you and your co-workers stay safe. This course covers hazards, safety precautions, responsibilities and emergency procedures associated with this dangerous work. Ideal learners include all employees.
Jobs in an industrial environment can be physically demanding. Preventing work-related musculoskeletal problems rests on an ergonomically sound work environment, good work practices and employee awareness. This course will introduce common risk factors and methods to prevent musculoskeletal injury. Ideal learners include all industrial employees.
If you have ever sat at a computer for hours a time, you may have experienced pain from sitting too long, numb limbs from poor circulation, and eye strain. This course will help you identify ways to make your workspace more ergonomically correct so that you can avoid this discomfort and pain. You will learn what the principle of ergonomics is, how to prepare yourself and your work area, and what adjustments you can make to your setup MORE...
At best, slipping and tripping is embarrassing. Often, it leads to strains and sprains. At worst, it causes serious injury or even death. Preventing slips, trips and falls is fairly inexpensive and easy, but often ignored in the daily routine of trying to get work done quickly and efficiently. This course defines slips, trips and falls and details how you can avoid them. Ideal learners include all employees.
This program addresses a crucial issue in the workplace, respect. Respect is reflected in a broad range of behavior. The opposite, disrespectful behavior, encompasses behavior that includes racial and sexual harassment, and discrimination. The consequences of disrespectful behavior for employees and the company can be devastating. Everyone deserves a respectful workplace, and this program will help you be able to do your part in crea MORE...
Victims of harassment have well-established rights under federal law and, in many cases, under state and local law, too. And as a Manager or Supervisor, you have an important responsibility to both prevent harassment from taking place and to address it whenever it occurs in your organization. In order to meet that responsibility, you need to know what harassment and discrimination are, what laws prohibit discrimination and harassment MORE...
A single exposure to an airborne chemical can cause health effects that may last for the rest of your life. If your workplace contains dangerous chemicals or hazardous atmospheres, you need to know when and how to wear a respirator. This training will present the basic requirements of respiratory protection and will focus on the types and limitations of respirators. Learners include all employees.
You or someone you know could be involved in workplace violence anytime, anywhere. This course will give you a basic understanding of what constitutes workplace violence, the warning signs to watch for, and what you and others around you can do to prevent it. Ideal learners include all employees.