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    WORKPLACE SAFETY ORIENTATION

    This course will provide an awareness level orientation of basic industrial safety fundamentals. It was designed to provide an overview of some of the basic concepts and techniques used in modern industry to protect workers. It also describes the purpose of the following safety programs: Hazard Communication, Bloodborne Pathogen Safety, Lockout/Tagout, Confined Space Entry, Emergency Response, Respiratory Protection, Personal Protective Equipment, and Hearing Conservation. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. In addition to recognizing the purpose of the above mentioned safety programs, learner objectives are to specify the role of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, identify basic rules of safety and general employee protective measures, and identify common hazards found in the workplace. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services com
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    WORKPLACE INSPECTIONS

    Employers have a responsibility to maintain safe working conditions for their employees and to comply with the government health and safety standards that are applicable to their establishments. They must also ensure that employees have and use personal protective equipment when required for safety and health as they do their jobs. When employees stay whole and healthy, businesses also benefit. They experience lower workers’ compensation insurance costs, decreased payout for return-to-work programs, fewer faulty products, and increased productivity. One of the key ways that employers can maintain safe and compliant working conditions is to conduct regular and thorough workplace inspections. This course provides and introduction to workplace inspections, both internal, self-regulated inspections and external inspections carried out by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). You will learn about types and frequency of inspections, how to carry out a workplace inspection
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    WELDING, CUTTING, AND BRAZING

    Welding, cutting, and brazing are hazardous activities that pose a unique combination of both safety and health risks to more than 500,000 workers in a wide variety of industries. The risk from fatal injuries alone is more than four deaths per thousand workers over a working lifetime. This course will inform learners of potential health and safety concerns unique to welding, cutting, and brazing. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. Learner objectives are to: specify fire prevention techniques used during welding, cutting, and brazing; specify the proper handling, transportation, use, and storage of compressed gas cylinders; specify proper operating procedures to ensure a safe means of welding and cutting; identify potential health concerns associated with welding, cutting, and brazing; define the importance of using proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE); and identify safety concerns while welding, cutting, and
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    TUBERCULOSIS: PREVENTION AND CONTROL

    This course will provide you with a basic understanding of tuberculosis, common modes of transmission, methods of prevention, tests used to determine TB, and what to do if an exposure occurs. Information presented will help minimize serious health risks to persons who may have personal exposure to tuberculosis in the workplace. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. Learner objectives are to recall facts associated with tuberculosis, describe common modes of transmission, state methods to prevent transmission, and list steps to take if an exposure occurs. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focusing on engineering, environment, health and safety, and information technology.
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    WAREHOUSE SAFETY

    Modern industry relies heavily on warehouses as distribution hubs for material goods. Goods are stored, usually temporarily, in warehouses as they make their way to their final destination – for example, retail or commercial customers. This constant turnover of materials makes for a very busy environment where the use of equipment, climbing, the use of ladders, and the storage of materials and dangerous chemicals present potential safety hazards. This course explores the typical hazards you’re likely to be exposed to in a warehouse and offers advice on how to protect yourself. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focusing on engineering, environment, health and safety, and information technology.
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    TRENCHING AND EXCAVATION SAFETY

    This course is designed to better inform the employee of the possible health and safety concerns unique to trenching and excavation. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. Learner objectives are to list factors to consider before trenching and excavation begins, identify the purpose of the site assessment, describe the purpose of a trench box, specify different types of excavation, sloping, and shoring principles, recognize other hazards that are present in excavation work, and identify the cause of excavation and trenching-related fatalities.
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    SPRAINS AND STRAINS

    Each year thousands of workers are injured in the workplace, costing employers billions of dollars in hidden costs. The most common of these injuries are sprains and strains. Most workplace injuries are caused by manual tasks, such as lifting or carrying loads, working in fixed positions, repetitive tasks, or using heavy, vibrating tools. Manual tasks, if not performed properly, are a leading cause of serious worker injuries such as sprains and strains, as well as permanent spinal damage, and often can debilitate workers who may need to take leave from work for extended periods. The second greatest cause of workplace injuries are slips, trips, and falls at ground level and from heights – such as jumping from elevated surfaces – which can cause lower limb and back strains. Workplace injuries can be costly to both employees and employers. In addition to being injured, employees may lose time from work, which could result in loss of or less income. And employers may experience lower produ
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    SLIPS, TRIPS, AND FALLS

    Slips, trips, and falls constitute the majority of general industry accidents. They cause 16% of all accidental deaths and are second only to motor vehicles as a cause of fatalities from accidents. This course is intended to provide employees with the ability to recognize and prevent slip, trip, and fall hazards, and to address the key components of ladder safety. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. The learning objectives of the course are to list injuries that can result from slips, trips, and falls; identify fall hazards in the work area; describe the proper use of a ladder; specify how to set up a ladder; list tips to prevent injuries on stairs; describe how to minimize walkway hazards; and list contributing factors to slips, trips, and falls. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focusing on engineering, environment, health and saf
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    SILICA

    Silica exposure is a threat for approximately two million US workers and is especially dangerous for more than 100,000 workers who make up the nation’s stonecutters, foundry workers, sandblasters, and rock drillers. Crystalline silica is classified as a human lung carcinogen and is known to cause respiratory diseases, including an especially damaging one – silicosis. Effective measures are available to protect workers from exposure and to reduce and prevent its potentially devastating health effects. It’s important that employees recognize the potential hazards of silica exposure so they can protect themselves. This course covers hazard recognition, potential health threats, exposure prevention, and control. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focusing on engineering, environment, health and safety, and information technology.
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    SIGNS AND TAGS

    This course will present basic information about the different accident prevention signs and tags with regard to displaying levels of danger and precautions required. The failure of people, equipment, supplies, or surroundings to behave or react as expected causes most accidents. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. The learner objective is to recognize accident prevention signs and tags. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focusing on engineering, environment, health and safety, and information technology.
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    SCISSOR LIFTS

    Scissor lifts are powered, mobile devices that raise personnel vertically to allow them to safely reach a pre-determined working height. But, as with any heavy equipment, scissor lifts can be very dangerous if used without due care and attention. This course will teach you how to inspect your lift and the work area, understand the physical hazards involved in working with a scissor lift, and what the standard safety features of a scissor lift are. You’ll also learn about the basic training requirements stipulated by OSHA and some general best practices for operating scissors lifts. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focusing on engineering, environment, health and safety, and information technology.
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    SCAFFOLDING AND LADDER SAFETY

    This course is designed to train employees to recognize the hazards associated with ladders, stairways, and the type of scaffold being used at the work site and to understand the procedures to control or minimize those hazards. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. Learner objectives are to identify the types of portable ladders and their use, capacities, and safety considerations, describe the specific use, capacities, and safety features of fixed ladders, specify proper guidelines for ladder maintenance, and identify general scaffold requirements and safety considerations.
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    SAFETY DATA SHEETS

    This course is designed to provide both workers and supervisors with a better understanding of how to interpret a safety data sheet (SDS), as well as address specific requirements associated with SDSs in the workplace. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. Learner objectives are to recognize the physical states in which chemicals are commonly found, identify chemical routes of entry into the body, identify the purpose of an SDS and describe the most common information found on a typical SDS, define common abbreviations used on an SDS, locate and interpret specific information found on an SDS, and specify control measures to prevent worker exposures to hazardous chemicals. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focusing on engineering, environment, health and safety, and information technology.
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    SAFETY AT WORK: A SYSTEMATIC APPROACH

    Do you ever find yourself wishing you had more control over the way you do your job – especially tasks related to your personal safety and health? Many safety programs are designed and implemented by managers, with the expectation that employees will follow the practices they prescribe. While employee health and safety is paramount, safety programs designed by management may fail to recognize why employees take the risks they do – even though they may have been trained in proper, safe procedures. Systematic approaches to safety at work, such as behavior-based safety, can be used to enhance the safety programs organizations have in place – tackling safety issues by involving employees at all levels of the organization – where changes to improve safety are driven by employees on up through management. In this way the collective experience of employees, like you, drive the change for safer work practices and conditions. This course explores the concept of behavior-based safety, how a beha
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    SAFE WORK PRACTICES

    This course provides information about day-to-day safe work practices and working safely with equipment and hazardous materials. The intent of the course is to enable the learner to identify those practices that must be followed that will either eliminate or minimize the potential for injury from workplace hazards. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. Learner objectives are to define the purpose of safe work practices, identify the assessment tools used to identify workplace hazards, define job safety analysis (JSA), its methods, and steps, define job safety analysis control methods and specify the effectiveness and limitations of each method, recognize workplace inspection components and procedures, identify housekeeping practices for work areas, identify safe work practices for hand and portable power tools, identify safe work practices for clothing and attire, identify safe work practices for coal handling, ident
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    RIGGING EQUIPMENT AND INSPECTION

    Securing, lifting, and moving materials can be a hazardous occupation. It’s important workers involved with hoisting and rigging activities are aware of the elements of safe rigging practice as outlined by OSHA’s safety regulations and standards. In this course, you’ll learn about using rigging in a safe and responsible manner. Learner objectives are to identify rigging hazards and the PPE used to protect against those hazards, and to recognize the proper selection, inspection, and storage of rigging equipment. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focusing on engineering, environment, health and safety, and information technology.
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    RETAIL SAFETY

    The retail sector is one of the largest employers in the world. In the US, the industry is so important that the Retail Sales Index is considered a lead indicator for the country’s economy. From brick-and-mortar stores to online sales to large service centers, modern retailers occupy a wide range of business premises. With so many people working in the industry, in a wide variety of workplaces, health and safety in the workplace must be a priority for employers and employees. This course covers the basics of retail safety including identifying slip, trip, and fall hazards, preventing ergonomic issues, the safe use of ladders and chemicals, electrical and fire safety, and ensuring personal safety while traveling to and from the retail workplace. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focusing on engineering, environment, health and safety, and information technology.
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    RESPIRATORY PROTECTION

    This course covers information relating to respiratory hazards, protection mechanisms, and safe work practices. It also includes information on how to use respiratory protection for protection from hazardous airborne contaminants in the work environment. This course does not include the types of respirators and other protective considerations required when working with ionizing radiation. Learner objectives are to recognize why respiratory protection is necessary; distinguish between employee and employer responsibilities for respiratory protection; identify the nature, extent, and effects of respiratory hazards to which you may be exposed; specify the operation, limitations, and capabilities of respirators; identify respirator selection procedures and practices; specify proper respirator use and inspection practices; recognize proper respirator maintenance, cleaning, and storage practices; and identify respirator malfunction and follow-up procedures. This course was developed with sub
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    REGULATORY INFORMATION

    Essentially, all workplaces have safety and health standards that have been imposed by federal and state authorities. The intent of these workplace standards and requirements is to protect the health and welfare of individual employees. This course will explain how safety requirements for workplaces are established and how they are enforced. The training will also discuss important regulatory agencies and their jurisdictions. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. You will learn about the scope and purpose of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, how regulatory standards are established, OSHA inspection and enforcement methods, and other organizations that establish safety regulations that impact the workplace. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnSafe Inc., a global professional services company focusing on engineering, environment, health and safety, and information techno
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    RADIO FREQUENCY SAFETY FOR COMMUNICATIONS WORKERS

    Working with an unseen hazard, like radio frequency energy, can cause you to underestimate the seriousness of the threat you face. Even though the owner of the source of radio frequency energy or your employer is responsible for your safety, it’s important that you be prepared to protect yourself. The best way to protect yourself from radio frequency energy exposure is to understand the threat and know what to do to eliminate or minimize your exposure. Knowing what radio frequency energy is, where it originates, what are its sources, and its possible biological effects will help you protect yourself. Familiarity with the standards and regulations that have been developed to limit your exposure can help you make sure they are in place where you work. Finally, specific measures are used to protect against radio frequency exposure on cellular sites, so you can protect yourself by knowing what to look for at these sites. This course was developed with subject matter support provided by EnS