Industrial workers can encounter hazards that have the potential to cause severe injury, extensive property damage and devastating environmental harm. One of the best methods to help protect industrial workers and their environment is to provide them with training on how they can work safely.
The safety, compliance and human resource courses for industrial workers give employees the knowledge that they need to do their jobs safely, introduce them to regulations that they must adhere to, and help them work well together. These courses provide valuable information which can be used to fulfill training requirements set by OSHA and other government agencies.
The courses are divided into a number of logical sections, each with its own quiz, so information is easily understood. The interactive formats allow trainers to collect employee performance information which can be organized through a powerful relational database and provides recordkeeping and tracking report capabilities.
The DVD programs contain a Presenter’s Guide, Employee Quizzes, Scheduling and Attendance Forms, and Training Certificates.
Languages: Programs are available in English and Spanish.
Formats: Web-based E-learning / DVD / Micro Learning (3-5 minute courses) / Adaptive-Learning
The Accident Investigation Program shows employees steps that are taken in an accident investigation and highlights how important it is for employees to fully cooperate with any inquiry. They also point out that while an investigation’s focus is to determine the cause of an accident, the overall goal is to prevent similar accidents from happening again. This information can then be used to update policies, procedures or equipment to ensure a similar accident doesn’t occur in the future.
The Aerial Lifts in Industrial and Construction Environments: Types of Lifts and Their Hazards course is the first of a of a two-part series that has been designed to meet OSHA’s training requirements in their Mobile Elevated Work Platforms (MEWPs) standard. The course discusses different types of aerial lifts, the hazards that you can encounter when using an aerial lift and the safety standards that to follow when working with or near an aerial lift.
The Aerial Lifts in Industrial and Construction Environments: Working With And Around a Lift course is the second of a two-part series that has been designed to meet OSHA’s training requirements in their Mobile Elevated Work Platforms (MEWPs) standard. The course discusses how to inspect an aerial lift, how to prepare to use a lift, how to operate an aerial lift and how to work on the ground near a lift safely.
Arc Flash focuses on what arc flash is, its hazards, and how employees can avoid it on the job. The program also provides practical procedures employees can use to protect themselves from electric shock.
The Asbestos Awareness course provides employees with this important information, and also helps employers comply with the training requirements of the OSHA Asbestos Standard.
The Back Safety in Industrial Environments course emphasizes the importance of overall back care, both at work and at home, including exercises and weight control. The course also discusses situations that can lead to back injuries and what employees can do to avoid them.
The Bloodborne Pathogens in Commercial and Industrial Facilities course provides this essential information while assisting commercial and industrial organizations in fulfilling the training requirements contained in the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard.
The Compressed Gas Cylinders Program provides the information employees need to handle and transport these potentially volatile storage containers and the gasses stored inside.
The Confined Space Entry course provides employees with the information they need to stay safe in Permit Spaces and helps employers stay in compliance with OSHA requirements for general industry or construction type work.
The Conflict Resolution in Industrial Facilities course discusses different types of conflict that employees may encounter on the job, how to find lasting solutions to disagreements, and what to do if conflict threatens to get out of control.
The Electrical Safety program discusses how electricity works, explains its hazards and describes the procedures and equipment that employees should use to avoid them.
The physical stresses and strains that industrial jobs can cause in the workers who perform them can lead to severe, even disabling, injuries over time. These ergonomic injuries, including carpal tunnel syndrome, tendinitis and lower back pain, often result in missed work time, reduced productivity and increased expenses. The Industrial Ergonomics course provides employees with the information they need to understand ergonomic hazards, recognize them in their workplace and know how to avoid them.
The Evacuation Procedures in Industrial Environments course discusses Emergency Response Plans, evacuation routes, and communication protocols. It also provides practical guidance on how to respond during an emergency, including how to assist others and how to evacuate safely.
The Eye Safety Program shows how many eye problems are caused by not paying attention to the work employees are doing, or not wearing the appropriate protective equipment. The module reminds employees that eye injuries can easily happen to them and shows them how to prevent these injuries.
The Fall Protection in Industrial and Construction Environments course discusses the fall hazards that can be encountered in a workplace and what employees can do to avoid them.
The Fire Extinguishers training course looks at different types of fires, discuss how they should be put out, and explains how employees can use extinguishers effectively and safely if a fire emergency occurs.
The Industrial Fire Prevention course looks at the fire hazards that can be encountered in industrial environments, discusses how fires can be prevented, and explains what employees should do in case a fire emergency occurs in their workplace.
The First Aid course discusses what employees should do and not do when someone is sick or injured, and how to determine when they should call for emergency assistance. The module shows employees that knowing basic first aid can often limit the severity of any type of injury or even prevent a death.
Forklift Pedestrian Safety: for Operators course gives employees the information they need to operate a forklift safely in pedestrian areas and discusses how to keep all pedestrians safe in these areas.
The Forklift/Powered Industrial Truck Safety course gives employees the information they need to work safely with this equipment, while helping employers comply with OSHA’s Powered Industrial Truck Standard.
The Forklift Safety: Industrial Counterbalance Lift Trucks course introduces employees to the forklift they’ll be using, explains its capabilities and limitations, and shows them how to operate and maintain it properly.
Forklift Safety: for Pedestrians course gives employees the information they need to stay safe when they are walking in an area where forklifts operate.
The GHS Container Labels course discusses the HAZCOM Standard, the advantages of the GHS, and how the information on HAZMAT container labels can help employees to work safely with hazardous materials.
The Introduction to GHS (The Globally Harmonized System) course reviews what the Globally Harmonized System is, why OSHA adopted the GHS, and the phase-in dates for implementing the GHS.
The GHS Safety Data Sheets course discusses the types of information that Safety Data Sheets contain, how they present that information, and how employees can use them to work safely with HAZMATs.
The Hand and Power Tool Safety course discusses hand and power tool hazards, and shows employees the equipment and safe practices they can use to prevent injuries.
The Hand, Wrist and Finger Safety course reviews the hand, wrist and finger hazards that employees may encounter in their workplace, and shows them the equipment and safe work practices they can use to prevent injuries.
The Hazard Communication in Industrial Environments course discusses the requirements of the HAZCOM Standard, the hazards that can be associated with different types of HAZMATs, and what employees can do to avoid these hazards.
The Hazard Recognition course provides the information employees need to help prevent workplace accidents and injuries from occurring.
The Hazardous Materials Labels Program is designed to help employees understand the characteristics of different labelling systems and the ways that each conveys information. By recognizing the differences and similarities of these systems, employees will be better prepared to work safely around hazardous materials.
The Dealing with Hazardous Spills course is designed to help employees who seldom have to face the dangers of a hazardous spill with a cleanup situation.
The Hearing Conservation and Safety course assists employers in complying with this OSHA standard while providing workers with the information they need to recognize and avoid noise hazards.
The Heat Stress course discusses the hazards of getting overheated, how employees can avoid heat-related illnesses and what they should do if a co-worker suffers from heat stress.
The Hot Work Safety and the Permitting Process course discusses the hazards that can be encountered in hot work and focuses on how employees can use the permitting process and other safe practices to perform these tasks more safely.
The I2P2: Injury and Illness Prevention Programs provides employees with important information on how this organized approach to workplace safety can significantly reduce accidents and injuries, and how workers can play a major role in making the program work.
The Indoor Air Quality course discusses the health hazards that are associated with contaminated indoor air, the most common contaminants and where they come from, and what employees can do to help keep the air in their workplace clean and healthy.
The Introduction to Industrial Hygiene online training course discusses how Industrial Hygienists look at the work environment, identify problems that could affect workers’ safety and health, and find ways to eliminate or alleviate those problems.
Introduction to OSHA products discuss the rights and responsibilities employees and employers have under OSHA and how the agency enforces its regulations.
The Ladder Safety program discusses different types of ladders, the hazards that can be associated with them, and how employees can work with them safely.
Working with Lead Exposure in General Industry course addresses the major areas of employee training required by the regulations. Due to the widespread historical use of lead-based paints, as well as other materials containing lead, these products are useful to a number of different groups including manufacturers, recyclers and many others.
The Loading Dock Safety program reviews the different types of hazards that employees can encounter while working on loading docks, as well as discusses the equipment and safe work practices to avoid them.
The Lock-Out/Tag-Out course were created specifically to provide employees with the information they need to avoid energy-related hazards, while at the same time helping employers meet OSHA training requirements.
The Machine Guard Safety training program reviews the different types of hazards that are associated with using powered equipment and discusses the machine guard devices and safe work practices that employees should use to avoid them.
The Manual Pallet Jack Safety program discusses the hazards that can be associated with pallet jacks and the safe work practices and “rules of the road” that employees should follow to avoid them.
The Materials Handling Safety course discusses the hazards that employees are likely to encounter, and explains the work practices and equipment they can use to control or eliminate these hazards.
The Motorized Pallet Truck Safety course discusses the hazards that can be associated with walkies and walkie riders, and explains the procedures and equipment that employees can use to avoid them.
The OSHA Recordkeeping for Managers and Supervisors course discusses the recordkeeping process and what managers and supervisors need to do to comply with the regulation.
Includes two DVD training programs, OSHA Recordkeeping for Managers and Supervisors and OSHA Recordkeeping for Employees that cover the details of the regulation’s requirements, shows actual workplace incidents demonstrating what each level of employee’s responsibilities are in documenting and reporting recordable accidents, and reviews the information that they need to provide.
The Personal Protective Equipment course is designed to help employers meet OSHA requirements. They provide employees with the information that they need to avoid injury on the job by using the appropriate PPE.
The Respiratory Protection and Safety course can provide employees with this important information and help facilities in complying with requirements of the OSHA Respiratory Standard.
The Safe Lifting in Industrial Environments course discusses how lifting and carrying things can affect the back, and how employees can use safe lifting techniques to help them avoid back injuries in an industrial facility.
The Safety Audits course provides employees with an understanding of the goals and procedures that are involved in a safety audit, shows them how they can help in the audit process and describes specific safe work practices.
The Safety Awareness for New Employees course addresses many of the most important safety issues confronting employees across a range of industries. Content is divided into concise chapters that look at commonly encountered workplace hazards and how you can protect yourself from them so new hires can start working safely right away.
The Safety Housekeeping and Accident Prevention course demonstrates how to prevent workplace accidents by paying attention to safety housekeeping considerations.
The Safety Orientation in Industrial Environments course contains information employees need to create and maintain a safe and healthy workplace.
The Safety Showers and Eyewashes course reviews for employees situations where safety showers and eyewashes should be used as well as how to properly use them.
The Scissor Lifts in Industrial and Construction Environments course has been designed to meet OSHA’s training requirements in their Mobile Elevated Work Platforms (MEWPs) standard. It discusses the hazards associated with scissor lifts, the types of inspections that should be made before using a lift, the proper way to set up and operate a scissor lift and how to work safely on the ground near a lift.
The Silica Safety in Industrial and Construction Environments course explains the hazards that are associated with silica dust, reviews the OSHA standards for industry and construction, and shows employees what they can do to protect themselves from silica dust on the job.
The Slips, Trips and Falls in Industrial Environments course contains valuable information explaining how to identify, avoid and prevent hazards that cause slips, trips and falls and what employees can do to prevent them both at work and at home.
The Walking and Working Surfaces in Industrial Environments course discusses the hazards that are associated with different walking surfaces that employees can encounter on the job, and provides practical information that they need to protect themselves from harm.
The Warehouse Safety course helps employees to stay safe by identifying the specific hazards they can encounter while working in a warehouse and providing them with practical procedures they can use to avoid them.
The Welding Safety course discusses the hazards that are associated with welding and cutting tasks and explains the equipment and safe practices employees can use to avoid them.
The Workplace Harassment in Industrial Facilities course discusses what harassment is, why it is detrimental to everyone, how employees should respond to it and what they can do to prevent it from escalating into violence.
The Workplace Violence in Industrial Environments course contains pertinent information about how to recognize, prevent and handle violence in industrial facilities. This course features video and terminology that show the environment and operations of industry workplaces.