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Bloodborne Pathogens: Exposure Control Part #1

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers, All Industries.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1910.1030 and industry best practices
Seat Time
15 mins
Course Description

Part 1 of BBP Exposure Control defines and covers the basics of what BBP are, the different types of BBP, where they are found, and where they are not commonly found
unless blood is visible.

Additional topics include how BBP can be transferred from one person to the next through direct or indirect contact in the workplace, and the purpose of a BBP Exposure Control Plan.

Bloodborne Pathogens: Exposure Control Part #2

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers, All Industries.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1910.1030 and industry best practices
Seat Time
15 mins
Course Description

Part 2 of BBP Exposure Control trains on industry best practices to prevent the spread of BBP in the workplace. An emphasis is placed on treating all body fluids as potentially infectious material. 

Additional topics include understanding the different types of personal protective equipment that help protect against exposure to BBP, and the proper way to don, doff,
and dispose of contaminated gloves.

Bloodborne Pathogens: Exposure Control Part #3

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers, All Industries.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1910.1030 and industry best practices
Seat Time
15 mins
Course Description

Part 3 of BBP Exposure Control defines what exposure or contact with potentially infectious material is, and what immediate action to take upon exposure. 

Additional topics include Hepatitis B vaccination information, proper reporting methods, and employee rights to seek medical treatment.

Bloodborne Pathogens: Universal Precautions

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers, All Industries.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1926.400, .404 and industry best practices
Seat Time
15 mins
Course Description

Universal Precautions training covers general safety awareness and best practices for employees to follow if they should come into BBP in the workplace.

Additional topics include understanding the different types of BBP, and unless it’s part of job responsibility, remember to not touch anybody else’s bodily fluid.

Caught-In & Caught-between Awareness

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers in construction.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1926.300, .416, .417, .650, & Subparts I, K, L, N, O, P, Q, W, T, Subpart R – Steel Erection, Subpart CC Cranes and Derricks & industry best practices
Seat Time
20 mins
Course Description

General Awareness defines the basic hazards associated with caught-in or caught-between conditions found on typical jobsites. 

Additional topics include unguarded machinery, buried in or by, and pinned between hazards and their control methods. Learners will identify, prevent, and become more mindful of circumstances that could lead to possible injuries on the jobsite.

EAP & Medical Services

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers in construction.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1926.52, .101 & industry best practices
Seat Time
15 min
Course Description

Emergency Action Plan (EAP) Medical and First Aid explains the different types of emergency situations and hazards that are reasonably expected on the jobsite.

Additional topics include the expectations, requirements, and procedures that make up the documented EAP to ensure the safety of employees if a potential emergency
occurs. An interactive simulation prepares learners how to respond to a few common emergencies found on the jobsite.

Earth Moving Equipment

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers in construction.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1926.602, 1910.178 and industry best practices
Seat Time
15 min
Course Description

Earthmoving Equipment explains the different types of equipment, common hazards and their associated controls, and required safety features. 

Additional topics include the importance of maintaining a preventative maintenance schedule, training on proper usage under various conditions, regular equipment inspections, and runaway vehicle controls.

Electrical Equipment Inspection

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers, All industries.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1910.334 and industry best practices
Seat Time
15 min
Course Description

Electrical equipment inspection covers the basics of visual inspection for portable equipment. This training explains how to inspect handheld and portable tools for
different types of cord and plug electrical hazards. 

Additional topics include how to properly inspect and look for electrocution hazards with double-insulated tools, two-prong and three-prong plugs, and extension cords.

Electrical GFCI & AEGCP Awareness​

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers in construction.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1926.400, .404 and industry best practices
Seat Time
20 min
Course Description

Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCI) and the Assured Equipment Grounding Connector Program (AEGCP) are two options to protect workers from electrical injuries. Topics introduced include understanding the importance of not working with electricity unless properly trained and instructed to do so by the employer. 

A simulation is included to help learners become aware of the many electrical hazards found throughout the jobsite.

Electrical Hazards – A.F.E. (BE SAFE)

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers in construction.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1926 Subpart K, Subpart V-Portable Ladder Use (WAC 296-876-400) & industry best practices
Seat Time
25 min
Course Description

AFE is the second of a two-part series about electrical safety. BE SAFE helps learners remember the different types of electrical hazards. “A” is for Arc Flash/Arc Blast, “F” is for Fire, and “E” is for Explosion. 

This training module defines and explains how to stay safe from an arc flash and arc blast, the causes of electrical fires and how to prevent them, and what steps workers can take to prevent explosion hazards while on the job.

Electrical Hazards – B.E.S. (BE SAFE)

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers in construction.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1926 Subpart K, Subpart V-Portable Ladder Use (WAC 296-876-400) & industry best practices
Seat Time
25 Min
Course Description

BES is the first of a two-part series about electrical safety. BE SAFE helps learners remember the different types of electrical hazards. “B” if for Burns, “E” is for
Electrocution, and “S” is for Shock. 

This training module examines unsafe electrical hazards, how to prevent electrical burns, best work practices to prevent electrocutions, why electricity is so dangerous, and how to develop self-awareness around electricity.

Electrocution Awareness

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers in construction
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1926.400- 449, 1926.1407, .1408, .1410, .1411, Subpart K, Subpart V-Portable Ladder Use (WAC 296-876-400) & industry best practices
Seat Time
20 min
Course Description

Electrocution is part of the Fatal 4 training in the construction industry for all workers. This training helps the learner understand and identify potential electrical dangers while on a construction jobsite. 

Learners will explore ways to stay safe and aware of electrocution hazards, the difference between shock and electrocution, and safety controls around electricity. Overhead powerline safety, damaged equipment, and cords are also discussed in detail.

Emergency Action Plan & Medical Services / First Aid

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers, All industries.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1910.38 and industry best practices
Seat Time
15 mins
Course Description

Emergency Action Plan (EAP) Medical and First Aid explains the different types of emergency situations and hazards that are reasonably expected in the workplace.

Additional topics include the expectations, requirements, and procedures that make up the documented EAP to ensure the safety of employees if a potential emergency
occurs. An interactive simulation prepares learners how to respond to a few common emergencies found in the workplace.

Emergency Planning: Exits and Egress

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers that perform work in buildings.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1910.35, .36, .37 (Subpart E) and industry best practices
Seat Time
15 mins
Course Description

This module teaches about the importance of maintaining emergency exits and knowing safety features in buildings that allow all workers to find a path of travel to an exit without confusion. 

Additional topics include the three sections of an exit route, understanding exits and egress signage, and what to look for to ensure exit routes are always free from obstruction during normal operations.

Fall Protection Awareness

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers in construction.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1926.502 & industry best practices
Seat Time
15 min
Course Description

Fall Protection Systems awareness training illustrates the different types of systems, under what conditions must a system be put in place, and how to be protected from objects that fall from above. 

Additional topics include body belts, working positioning systems, and travel restraint systems. Learners will gain an awareness of their surroundings and understand which personal fall protection system best suits work being performed on a jobsite.

Fire Extinguisher Use

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers, All Industries.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1910.157 and industry best practice.
Seat Time
15 mins
Course Description

Fire Extinguisher Use helps learners to know which types of fires can be fought with a portable extinguisher, the factors that determine when to fight a fire, evacuate
immediately, or follow up by calling 911. 

Additional topics include what to do if an employee is not comfortable fighting a fire, when to initiate the emergency evacuation procedure, and how to properly use a fire extinguisher using the P.A.S.S. method.

Fire Prevention

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers, All industries.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1910.39 and industry best practices
Seat Time
15 min
Course Description

Fire Prevention Awareness explains the different components of the written fire prevention plan, how to identify flammable and combustible chemicals, and
potential ignition sources. 

An interactive simulation allows the learner to practice scene assessment, interact with pictograms, inspect drum labels, and possible ignition sources.

Fire Prevention Awareness

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers in construction.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1926.151 and industry best practices
Seat Time
15 min
Course Description

Fire Prevention Awareness explains the different components of the written fire prevention plan, how to identify flammable and combustible chemicals, and potential ignition sources. 

An interactive simulation allows the learner to practice scene assessment, interacting with pictograms, inspecting drum labels, and possible ignition sources.

Fire Protection

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers, All industries.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1910.155 and industry best practices
Seat Time
20 mins
Course Description

Fire Protection Awareness explains the fire triangle and its components, different fire extinguishers, their uses, inspection requirements, and the steps to follow when using an extinguisher. 

An interactive simulation prepares learners to determine when to evacuate or fight a fire based on its conditions, and how to properly use a fire extinguisher using the P.A.S.S. method.

Fire Protection Awareness

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers in construction.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1926.150 and industry best practices
Seat Time
20 min
Course Description

Fire Protection Awareness explains the fire triangle and its components, different fire extinguishers, their uses, inspection requirements, and the steps to follow when using an extinguisher. 

An interactive simulation prepares learners to determine when to evacuate, or fight a fire based on its conditions, and how to properly use a fire extinguisher using the P.A.S.S. method.

Forklift General Safety

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers, All industries where forklifts are used.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1910.178 and industry best practices
Seat Time
15 mins
Course Description

This module covers general safety topics, and an overview of common hazards associated with forklifts in the workplace. Best practices are discussed regarding safe operations while turning, driving on slick surfaces, proper stopping distance requirements, and the use of backup alarm systems.

Additional topics covered include pedestrian awareness, parking, and the difference between attended versus unattended operations.

Forklift Operator Awareness Part #1

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers, All industries where forklifts are used.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1910.178 and industry best practices
Seat Time
15 mins
Course Description

Part 1 of Forklift Operator Awareness training covers basic knowledge about the different types of forklifts, associated hazards, and control mechanisms found on various lifts.

Additional topics include driver awareness tips, safe driving practices, and unique features that make forklifts different than other types of vehicles.

Forklift Operator Awareness Part #2

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers, All industries where forklifts are used.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1910.178 & Appendix A, and industry best practices
Seat Time
15 mins
Course Description

Part 2 of Forklift Operator Awareness training illustrates the Forklift of Center of Gravity, best practices for driving on inclines, and how to properly stop, and park a forklift.

Additional topics include tip-over hazards and how to avoid injury should one occur, and the difference between working away from a forklift vs. leaving one unattended.

Forklift: Key Off Inspection

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers, All industries where forklifts are used.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1910.178 and industry best practices
Seat Time
15 mins
Course Description

The Key Off Inspection is the first of two parts to the pre-operation forklift inspection. This module explains general inspections as well as requirements for electric, internal combustion, and liquid propane forklifts. 

Additional topics cover the importance and frequency of the pre-operation inspection, and what to do if the forklift does not pass inspection.

Forklift: Key On Inspection

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers, All industries where forklifts are used.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1910.178 and industry best practices
Seat Time
15 mins
Course Description

The Key On Inspection is the second of two parts to the pre-operation forklift inspection. This module explains the importance and frequency of the pre-operation inspection, and the steps necessary to remove a forklift from service. 

Additional topics cover inspection items that must be checked as legible, and the verification and proper working order of all lights, the dashboard panel, safety devices, forks, and mast movement.

Hazard Communication

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers, All Industries.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1910.1200 and industry best practices
Seat Time
25 mins
Course Description

Hazardous Communication Awareness trains learners about the importance of the global standard, the 16 sections of a Safety Data Sheet, and the meaning behind each of the 9 Pictograms.

Additional topics include information about signal words and precautionary statements, container labeling requirements, and an overview of additional labeling guidelines that are not hazard communication compliant yet are commonly found in the workplace.

Ladder Inspection

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers, All industries.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1910.23, 1910.30 & industry best practices
Seat Time
20 mins
Course Description

Ladder Inspection training focuses on the basics of ladder use, the different categories and types of ladders, and what to inspect on each type to ensure safety. The training includes different types of portable ladders found in the workplace. 

An interactive simulation trains the learner to inspect an A-Frame ladder and identify potential safety hazards.

Ladder Inspection

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers in construction.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1910.1053, .1060, 1926.1053(b)(15), & industry best practices .
Seat Time
20 min
Course Description

Ladder Inspection training focuses on the basics of ladder use, the different categories and types of ladders, and what to inspect on each type to ensure safety. The training includes different types of portable ladders found on the jobsite. 

An interactive simulation trains the learner to inspect an A-Frame ladder and identify potential safety hazards.

Ladder Use

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers, All industries.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1910.22, .23, Subpart D, and industry best practices
Seat Time
15 mins
Course Description

Ladder Use training focuses on identifying the proper ladder to use for the job, proper setup, and placement for A-Frame and extension ladders. 

Additional topics covered include safety around electricity, and climbing or descending ladders properly, and key personal safety tips when working on ladders. An interactive simulation trains the learner on the usage of various ladders and how to identify potential safety hazards.

Ladder Use

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers in construction.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1926.1053, Subpart X & industry best practices
Seat Time
15 min
Course Description

Ladder Use training focuses on identifying the proper ladder to use for the job, proper setup, and placement for A-Frame and extension ladders. 

Additional topics covered include safety around electricity, and climbing or descending ladders properly, and key personal safety tips when working on ladders. An interactive simulation trains the learner on the usage of various ladders and how to identify potential safety hazards.

Lockout Tagout [LOTO]

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers, All Industries.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1910.147 and industry best practices
Seat Time
20 mins
Course Description

The Control of Hazardous Energy illustrates the three roles of the LOTO program, reviews different safety devices, and discusses the correct LOTO and release from LOTO process steps. 

A simulation is included to help learners identify different energy sources and which lockout device to apply prior to maintenance.

Lockout/Tagout (LOTO)

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers in construction.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1926.416, .417, 1926.64, 1926.702, Subpart K & industry best practices
Seat Time
20 min
Course Description

The Control of Hazardous Energy illustrates the three roles of the LOTO program reviews different safety devices, and discusses the correct LOTO and release from LOTO process steps. 

A simulation is included to help learners identify different energy sources and which lockout device to apply prior to maintenance.

Machine Guarding

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers in construction.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1926.300 & industry best practices
Seat Time
20 min
Course Description

This module explains the basic knowledge of machine guarding hazards found on construction worksites. This includes hand tools, power tools, saws, point-of-operation
hazards, in-running nip points, belts, shafts, pulleys, and gears. 

Learners will discover how to identify these hazards and how to protect themselves from becoming an injury statistic.

Occupational Noise: Hearing Conservation

Category

All Industries

Who
All employees exposed to noise levels at 85 decibels or greater in general industry.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1910.95 and industry best practices
Seat Time
15 mins
Course Description

Hearing Conservation teaches about occupational noise, hearing loss, the importance of a Hearing Conservation Program, and how to properly insert earplugs. Additional topics include the effects of hearing loss and how to easily determine if hearing protection may
be required. 

An interactive simulation trains learners how to make decisions based on sound meter readings and understand the impact of noise exposure in the workplace.

Occupational Noise: Hearing Conservation

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers in construction.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1926.52, .101 & industry best practices
Seat Time
15 mins
Course Description

Hearing Conservation teaches about occupational noise, hearing loss, the importance of a Hearing Conservation Program, and how to properly insert earplugs. 

Additional topics include the effects of hearing loss and how to easily determine if hearing protection may be required. An interactive simulation trains learners how to make decisions based on sound meter readings and understand the impact of noise exposure on the job.

Permit Required Confined Space Awareness

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers in construction.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1926.1200, .1203, .1204 Subpart AA and industry best practices
Seat Time
16 min
Course Description

Confined Space and Permit Required Confined Space (PRCS) training explains the definitions, roles & responsibilities, and evaluation methods to ensure safe
work practices on the jobsite.

Additional topics include understanding the conditions associated with hazardous atmospheres, different types of space configurations, and how to respond when hazards are detected during entry into a PRCS.

PPE – Awareness

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers, All Industries
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1910.132 and industry best practices
Seat Time
20 mins
Course Description

PPE Awareness teaches about the Hierarchy of Controls, an overview of different types of PPE, and how to determine which types of PPE are required based on the work area and work being performed. 

Additional topics include identifying the proper respirator
to protect against airborne hazards, hearing protection requirements, and the importance of proper fit, inspection, and care of all PPE.

PPE – Body, Hands, Feet

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers, All industries.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1910.132, .120, .136, Subpart I and industry best practices
Seat Time
20 min
Course Description

This module trains how to choose the right body, hands, and feet protection to help prevent injuries in the workplace. Learners explore various use cases for each type of PPE when to select one type over another, and the importance of proper inspection before use. 

Additional topics include which PPE to use to prevent and deal with thermal and chemical burns, vibration hazards, and temperature extremes.

PPE – Eyes, Face, Head

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers, All Industries.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1910.133, .135, Subpart I and industry best practices
Seat Time
15 min
Course Description

This module trains how to choose the right eye, face, and head protection to help prevent injuries in the workplace. Learners explore various use cases for each type of PPE when to select one type over another, and the importance of proper inspection before use.

Additional topics include various types of protection control methods to include impact ratings for eye protection, different types of face shield protection, and hard hat classifications.

PPE Hazardous Environments

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers in construction.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1926.65, 1910.120, Subpart H, and industry best practices.
Seat Time
20 min
Course Description

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Hazardous Environments help learners understand how to evaluate the work environment, and associated hazards, and to know and select the proper PPE to protect against the hazard. The training identifies the correct PPE requirements for Protection Levels A, B, C, and D depending on the hazards, environment, and needs. 

Additional topics include immediately dangerous to life and health
environments, and the associated routes of potential exposure to hazardous materials.

PPE Respiratory Protection

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers, All industries.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1910.134 and industry best practices.
Seat Time
14 min
Course Description

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Respiratory Protection is for all employees that are required to wear and maintain respiratory protective equipment. This training covers the employer requirements to identify the hazards employees are exposed to, and how to protect against airborne hazards on the jobsite. 

Additional topics include information about the Respiratory Protection Program, medical fit testing, inspection, and maintenance of various types of respirators commonly found on the jobsite.

PRCS The Permit

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers in construction.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1926.1200, .1204, Subpart AA and industry best practices
Seat Time
12 min
Course Description

Permit Required Confined Space (PRCS) The Permit explains the general requirements and meaning of the 15 sections of the entry permit. 

Additional topics include proper signage and posting requirements, understanding designated roles & responsibilities, acceptable entry conditions, and when to cancel an entry permit.

PRCS Types & Rescue Requirements

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers in construction.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1926.1200, .1204, Subpart AA and industry best practices
Seat Time
15 min
Course Description

Permit Required Confined Space (PRCS) The Types and Rescue Requirements describe the roles and duties of the authorized entrant, attendant, and supervisor. 

Additional topics include the two types of confined spaces, the use of appropriate PPE and retrieval devices based on the hazards of the space, and different entry rescue service options.

Scaffolding Awareness

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers in construction working on and around scaffolding
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1926.95, .451, .454, .503, Subpart L
Seat Time
15 min
Course Description

Scaffolding Awareness covers the basic information and hazards associated with this topic. It helps the learner understand the different reasons that falls from scaffolds occur.

Additional topics cover the role of the competent person, what unsafe structures look like, and how to identify when their own safety is at risk on raised platforms. The learner will explore different control methods for falling objects, electrical and collapse hazards.

Struck By Awareness

Category

All Industries

Who
All workers in construction.
Standards
OSHA Standard: 1926.95, .201, .451, .601-.604, .651, .1424, & Subparts E, G, H, I, T, O, CC and industry best practices
Seat Time
15 min
Course Description

Awareness details the basic information and hazards associated with flying, falling, swinging, and rolling hazards. 

Learners will practice situational awareness skills in a simulated environment to identify these types of hazards. Topics include paying attention and being safe around coworkers, tools, equipment, and heavy machinery while on the jobsite.