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    Arc Flash and Electrical Safety Best Practices (NFPA 70E) Overview

    $24.15 USD

    The purpose of the NFPA standard 70E is to provide a standard for safety-related work practices for the construction, maintenance, operation and demolition of electrical systems in the workplace. This Overview covers awareness-level information for workers who have jobs or assignments that bring them into contact with electrical hazards, such as arc flash and electric shock. Completing this lesson does not designate an employee as an electrically-qualified worker

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    Back Safety and Injury Prevention Overview

    $24.15 USD

    The purpose of this course is to recognize how practicing good posture while improving your work area conditions and working ergonomically will protect and strengthen your back. Learn how to identify how a healthy lifestyle, and improving your strength and flexibility, con protect you from work-related injuries.

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    Behavior-Based Safety Overview

    $24.15 USD

    Accidents and injuries have both a human and a business cost, so it is advantageous for employees to practice safe behaviors and mitigate unsafe behaviors in the workplace. This lesson introduces behavior-based safety concepts to employees and creates awareness around what influences employees to change unsafe behaviors before an accident or injury happens.

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    Bloodborne Pathogens Overview

    $24.15 USD

    Bloodborne pathogens are viruses carried in human blood and other body fluids that cause disease in people. There are many different bloodborne pathogens, including malaria and syphilis, but the human immunodeficiency virus (HIV), hepatitis B (HBV), and hepatitis C (HCV) viruses, which can each lead to liver cancer, pose the most serious threat of workplace exposure.

    Perhaps no other profession is more at risk of the hazards posed by bloodborne pathogens than the medical profession, but that’s not to say that awareness and prevention measures shouldn’t be prevalent in all workplaces, because the price of ignorance can be very costly and simple understanding of some bloodborne pathogen basics, really can save lives.

    The goal of this training course is to educate employees to minimize their exposure to bloodborne pathogens.

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    Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Overview

    $24.15 USD

    This lesson provides an overview on how to respond to a cardiac, respiratory emergency and use an AED until professional medical help arrives. This program does not qualify for first aid or CPR certification.

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    Chemical Safety Overview

    $24.15 USD

    This lesson covers the required awareness training on the occupational hazards common to the handling and use of chemicals, measures you can take to protect yourself from chemical hazards, safe practices for chemical storage and waste disposal, and the correct response to emergency situations involving chemical spills. This lesson does not cover information related to radiological agents, explosives, and biohazardous/infectious agents.

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    Compressed Gas Safety Overview

    $24.15 USD

    In order to recognize the hazards posed by compressed gas cylinders, you must first be able to recognize the specific parts of the cylinder and have a general knowledge of how these things work. Compressed gas cylinders can pose the hazard of an explosion when the metal pressure vessel fails. A common factor in that scenario is the misuse or abuse of the cylinder or valve while it is under pressure. Another hazard is the sudden release of pressure from the cylinder, as mentioned above. The purpose of this lesson is to address the hazards inherent in compressed gas and provide best practices for using, moving, and storing compressed gas containers.

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    Confined Space Entry – Permit Required Overview

    $24.15 USD

    The goal of this lesson is to educate general industry employees who enter, supervise entry or attend the entry of a confined space about the practices and procedures necessary to protect employees from the hazards of permit-required confined spaces.

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    Confined Spaces Overview

    $24.15 USD

    This lesson educates all general industry employees about the existence of confined spaces, the type of hazardous conditions that can be present in them, and the basic requirements for entry into permit-required confined spaces.

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    COVID-19 Masks, Coverings, and Respirators

    $9.99 USD

    This lesson covers the differences between face masks, face coverings, and respirators, such as the N95 mask. The lesson also provides an awareness of an employer’s responsibilities for respirator use in the workplace.

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    Driver Safety Overview

    $24.15 USD

    This lesson familiarizes employees that drive as part of their work with the hazards of driving and methods that will protect them from potential driving crashes.

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    Earthquake Preparedness

    $24.15 USD

    This lesson provides information on the dangers of earthquakes in the workplace and the actions you should take to prepare in advance of a quake. It also teaches you what to do during and after a quake to reduce the risk of injury.

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    Electrical Safety Overview

    $24.15 USD

    The goal of the lesson is to provide an overview that prepares workers to work safely with and around electricity. This lesson does not address arc-flash hazards and controls, lock-out/tag-out procedures, or high voltage (220V or 440V) electrical safety.

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    Electrical Safety Training

    $24.15 USD

    Electrical safety training is important and often required workplace safety training. Electrical safety training does not make you or your employees a licensed electrician. Rather it teaches you limitations as an unlicensed person and how to identify unsafe conditions so you don’t become a statistic. Electricity is everywhere, so reliable and useful these days that it is often taken for granted, and it is somewhat shocking how little is actually understood about its properties by the general public, another reason why electrical safety training is important.

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    Emergency and Fire Preparedness Overview

    $24.15 USD

    This lesson creates awareness about the dangers of fire and other emergencies, provides an overview of the requirements for emergency action and fire prevention plans, and touches on best practices for responding to alarms and practicing preparedness through drills. This lesson does not cover how to prepare for hazardous waste material emergencies or responses such as cleanup.

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    Eyewashes and Safety Showers

    $24.15 USD

    The first 10 to 15 seconds after exposure to a hazardous substance, especially a corrosive substance, are critical. Delaying treatment, even for a few seconds, may cause serious injury.

    Emergency showers and eyewash stations provide on-the-spot decontamination. They allow workers to flush away hazardous substances that can cause injury.

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    Fatigue and Stress Awareness

    $24.15 USD

    This lesson discusses the issues and consequences of fatigue, complacency, and stress in the workplace and provides guidance on techniques employed to mitigate these issues and their effects on worker performance and safety.

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    Hand Safety Overview

    $24.15 USD

    The purpose of this course is to learn to identify common workplace hazards to the hands, learn about methods and devices used to prevent hand injuries and be able to describe the differences between various types of gloves used in the workplace.

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    HAZCOM Overview

    $24.15 USD

    The goal of this lesson is for employees to recognize and understand how to identify chemical hazards using the GHS international classification of chemical hazards, label elements, and Safety Data Sheets. This lesson does not address the use of labels, markings or other communication methods that are employer or facility-specific and not within the scope of this lesson.

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