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    Chlorine Safety

    $11.99 $9.99 USD

    When you think of chlorine, you think of the chemical that is added to swimming pools, the stuff that makes your eyes itchy and bloodshot and gives your hair an odd green hue, right? And aside from that, it’s fairly harmless, right?  But it should be remembered that chlorine is a dangerous chemical.

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    Climb Your Way To Safe Ladder Use

    $4.99 $2.99 USD

    Ladders seem simple, but they pose a significant fall risk in the workplace. In this quick course, you will learn best practices for safe ladder use to ensure everyone gets to go home uninjured.

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    CMVs – Safe Driving Behavior for Commercial Motor Vehicles

    $24.15 USD

    Each year in the United States, there are approximately 3,500 people killed and 80,000 others injured in accidents involving Commercial Motor Vehicles (CMVs).

    Whenever you get the behind the wheel of a Commercial Motor Vehicle (CMV), your first responsibility is to drive safely. Because when a CMV weighing 10,000 pounds or more collides with a car weighing 4,000 pounds, the car almost always loses. So, the responsibility of driving a commercial motor vehicle is enormous.

    A recent study showed that the majority of crashes are caused by four types of undesirable driver behavior: recognition errors, decision errors, performance errors, and non-performance errors.

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    Cold Stress

    $11.99 $9.99 USD

    When the body is unable to warm itself, cold related stress may result. This may include tissue damage and possibly death.

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    Cold Stress (French)

    $9.99 USD

    The goal of the course is to create awareness of the hazards inherent to working in cold environments. Additionally, the course identifies the nature, symptoms and treatment of cold stresses and precautions employees should take to protect themselves.

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    Compressed Gas Safety

    $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.

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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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    Computer Security

    $11.99 $9.99 USD

    Computers do carry threats from a variety of sources, which can jeopardize the work you do and the content you create.

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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 Space Safety

    $4.99 $2.99 USD

    Confined spaces pose a significant risk in the workplace due to changed environmental factors, such as oxygen depletion and the build up of toxic gases. In this quick course, you will learn best practices for confined space safety.

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    Confined Spaces

    $24.15 USD

    Many workplaces contain spaces that are considered “confined” because of their configurations. A confined space is large enough and configured in such a way that you can enter and perform assigned work. A confined space has a limited or restricted means of entrance or exit, and a configuration that can make first aid, rescue, evacuation, or other emergency response activities difficult. They are not designed or intended for continuous occupancy.

    Examples include storage tanks or bins, mixing tanks, railroad tank cars, silos, vaults, and pits.  Confined spaces create the ideal conditions for the onset of claustrophobia. Confined spaces can be large or small and above or below ground.

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    Confined Spaces

    $11.99 $9.99 USD

    A confined space is large enough and configured in such a way that you can enter and perform assigned work. A confined space has a limited or restricted means of entrance or exit, and a configuration that can make first aid, rescue, evacuation, or other emergency response activities difficult.

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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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    Coronavirus (COVID-19) And You

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    Workplace violence is defined as violence or the threat of physical violence against workers. It can occur at the workplace, or anywhere an individual is performing his or her job away from the work site, and can range from threats and verbal abuse to physical assaults and murder.

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    COVID-19 Awareness

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    The virus that causes COVID-19 is spreading from person-to-person. Someone who is actively sick with COVID-19 can spread the illness to others.

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    COVID-19 Masks, Coverings, and Respirators

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    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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    CPR – Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

    $24.15 USD

    Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) is a technique used to slow the process of brain death by restarting the heart and getting a person breathing again. Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) can provide oxygen to the brain and other vital organs of a person who, by every indication, is dead. Used early and correctly, the technique can buy time for the victim until medical attention can be given.

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    Dealing With Coronavirus Anxiety

    $2.99 $0.00 USD

    During this pandemic, many are experiencing anxiety for a variety of reasons. Whether the anxiety is caused by being immunocompromised, having high-risk loved ones, or just not wanting to get sick, this quick course is meant to help you. You will learn a variety of strategies to both manage anxiety and protect yourself from coronavirus.

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    Did You Get The Memo On Office Hazards?

    $4.99 $2.99 USD

    In this quick course, you will learn about common hazards in the office environment and protective measures you can take. Things such as tripping hazards, fires, and ergonomics can make working in a office dangerous. Take this course to make your workplace as safe as possible.

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