OSHA

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    Respiratory Protection Overview

    $24.15 USD

    The goal of this lesson is to teach workers the purpose of respirators and the preparations, maintenance and storage requirements. Workers will also learn when it is permissible to leave a respirator use area, the warning signs that a respirator is not functioning properly, and how respirator emergencies and malfunctions should be handled.

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    Scaffold Safety Overview

    $24.15 USD

    The goal of this lesson is to enable learners to recognize basic types of supported and suspended scaffolds and their capacity requirements, their basic design and construction requirements, and the basic hazards posed by scaffold work and their controls.

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    Silica Hazards Overview

    $24.15 USD

    This lesson is designed as an intro/refresher to our Silica Hazards course in order to improve the safety of workers in environments where silica exposure hazards exist 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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    Slips, Trips, and Falls Overview

    $24.15 USD

    Recent statistics from the Congressional Accountability Office of Compliance indicate that employee falls are private industry’s third leading cause of workplace fatalities. Around 600 workers die from a fatal slip, trip, or fall, each year. This overview of slips, trips, and falls helps reinforce good behaviors for workers on how and where to avoid areas where these hazards can reside.

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    Tornado Preparedness

    $24.15 USD

    This lesson describes the hazards and warning signs of a tornado and the actions to take in the event of a tornado-related emergency.

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    Winter Weather Driving

    $24.15 USD

    This lesson provides information on the weather and road-related hazards found when driving in inclement weather during the Winter season.

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    Work-Related Injury and Illness Recordkeeping

    $24.15 USD

    All employers covered by the Act are regulated by Part 1904 regulations. However, businesses with 10 or fewer employees and businesses with certain industry classifications are partially exempt from keeping OSHA injury and illness records, unless OSHA or the Bureau of Labor Statistics notifies them in writing that they must do so.

    All employers covered by OSHA—no matter the number of employees or industry classification—must report to OSHA any workplace incident that results in a fatality or the hospitalization of three or more employees.

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