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    Hearing Conservation Overview

    $24.15 USD

    This lesson will help you recognize the impact of noise on your hearing, the warning signs of hearing loss, and the noise exposure limits that necessitate hearing protection. This lesson will also introduce you to the types of hearing protectors, including their benefits and proper use, and address your responsibilities in supporting your employer’s hearing conservation program.

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    Hot Work Overview

    $24.15 USD

    In this lesson, you will learn the hazards of hot work and the actions you can take to either prevent them or protect yourself from them and the injuries associated with this type of work.

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    Hurricane Preparedness

    $24.15 USD

    This lesson will teach you the hazards associated with hurricanes, and the best practices you should follow before, during, and after a hurricane to protect you and your family.

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    Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) Safety

    $24.15 USD

    Hydrogen sulfide is a chemical compound with the formula H2S. It is an extremely hazardous gas whose marker is the smell of rotten eggs. It is colorless and very dangerous when high concentrations are inhaled. Hydrogen sulfide is highly flammable and explodes easily near lit matches, cigarettes, and other sources of spark or heat.

    Although only a little irritating at lower concentrations, hydrogen sulfide exposure can result in death. The most likely and dangerous exposure pathway is through inhalation of hydrogen sulfide gas, however, there are some instances where contact is made with the skin. Contact with the skin can result in frostbite or burns.

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    Industrial Ergonomics Overview

    $24.15 USD

    This lesson introduces the concept of ergonomics in a general industry setting, brings awareness to cumulative trauma disorders (CTDs), reviews warning signs, symptoms, and actions to take, and identifies ergonomics principles that can help reduce the occurrence of injury in the first place

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    Intro to Benzene Hazards

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    You will learn to recognize benzene hazards in your workplace, how to protect yourself from exposure, and what to do if you or a coworker are suffering effects from exposure.

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    Intro to Combustible Dust Hazards

    $24.15 USD

    This lesson is designed to improve the safety of workers in environments where combustible dusts may be encountered by increasing employee awareness of this hazard and by demonstrating how the hazard can be recognized and addressed in the workplace.

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    Intro to Hydraulic Safety

    $24.15 USD

    Learning Objectives

    • Describe the basic principle of hydraulics
    • Explain the effect air can have on hydraulic systems
    • Identify five components common to most hydraulic systems
    • Describe two key considerations that must be taken into account when selecting a hydraulic pump
    • Identify the two most common types of hydraulic circuits

    When you complete this lesson, you will be able describe the basic components that comprise a typical hydraulic circuit and explain the function of each. In addition, you will be able to explain the use of hydraulic multiplication to increase the capacity of the hydraulic system.

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    Intro to Loading Dock Safety

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    Workers loading and unloading materials should be instructed in safe procedures appropriate to the material they handle. Truck or rail tank car loading or the unloading of flammable/combustible liquids is one of the most hazardous operations likely to be undertaken at any manufacturing or storage facility. Workers engaged in the loading or unloading of suspension-type highway trailers may be at an increased risk of injury due to the inability of damaged trailers to support the weight of the powered industrial truck used to load or unload the trailer. The goal of this lesson is create awareness of these hazards and to provide knowledge to the learner on how to avoid accidents and/or injury.

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    Intro to Mold and Mildew Awareness

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    The goal of this lesson is to provide awareness of the hazards of mold and mildew and to instruct the learner on the actions to take if the presence of, or suspected exposure to, mold has occurred.

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    Intro to Pallet Jack Safety

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    Common hazards associated with pallet jack operation include falling objects (struck by hazards). Loads can fall, and operators can too. If you move a loaded pallet jack too quickly, over uneven floors, or on inclines, the load may topple. You could be injured if the load falls, and the load and/or the workplace may be damaged. Straining to move a stuck pallet jack or failing to maintain control on an incline can cause the operator to slip and fall. This lesson focuses on the safe operation of both manual and powered hydraulic pallet jacks.

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    Intro to Personal Safety

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    According to the National Federation of Independent Businesses defines ideal safety accountability as the following:

    • Ideal accountability
    • Companies that strive for optimal safety performance display the highest level of organizational safety accountability

    This lesson describes the importance of safety in the workplace and the employee’s role in maintaining a safe workplace

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    Intro to Safe Material Storage

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    This lesson provides general guidance for safe material storage practices to include racking and stacking to ensure stability and reduce the risk of injury, housekeeping, and lifting and handling best practices.

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    Intro to Spray Finishing Hazards

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    This introductory lesson describes the hazards associated with spray finishing and powder coating and provides a high-level overview of the means by which workers may protect themselves.

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    Ladder Safety Overview

    $24.15 USD

    As simple as using a ladder seems to be, the injury statistics indicate that it is one of the most abused tools we have. Accidents, particularly in the domestic setting, are frequently caused by overreaching or overextending from ladders to complete certain tasks, rather than doing the safe thing—climbing down and moving to a better access point. OSHA studies have shown that 100% of ladder related accidents could have been prevented using proper safety. The goal of this lesson is to provide awareness-level instruction on ladder hazards, safe use requirements, and best practices for all employees.

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    Lock and Tag Overview

    $24.15 USD

    This Lock and Tag lesson creates awareness about the purpose of lock and tag procedures and employee roles and responsibilities related to lock and tag requirements. The lesson provides an overview of the hazards of uncontrolled energy sources and employer responsibilities and requirements for lock and tag. It also briefly outlines steps to protect workers.

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    Machine Guarding – Overview

    $24.15 USD

    This lesson will help you recognize the hazards associated with machinery use, the methods of machine guarding, the different types of machine safeguards, and your responsibilities when working with guarded machinery.

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    Mosquito, Tick, and Vector-Borne Illnesses

    $24.15 USD

    In this lesson, you will learn about the most-common vector-borne diseases and how you can avoid exposure and infection. You will learn general treatment guidelines; however, any treatment-related information provided in this lesson does not constitute medical advice and is not a substitute for evaluation by a qualified healthcare professional.

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    Office Ergonomics Overview

    $24.15 USD

    This lesson introduces the concept of ergonomics in a general industry office setting, brings awareness to the most common cumulative trauma disorders (CTDs), explores strategies to prevent or control CTDs and identifies the basics of an office ergonomics safety program.

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    Process Safety Management Overview

    $24.15 USD

    The goal of the lesson is make employees aware of the primary objective of process safety management: to prevent unwanted releases of highly hazardous chemicals into locations that expose employees and others to serious hazards, and to provide an overview of the standards and best practices necessary to achieve that objective.

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