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10-Hour OSHA Training Course for Construction Industry (Note: Timed courses are not included in Video On Demand Subscription) SSOSHA10CE
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What Is OSHA Certification? You may be surprised to hear that OSHA does not certify workers, meaning there's actually no such thing as an OSHA certification. Instead, OSHA requires employers to train their employees in the specific safety and health aspects of their jobs. Who Should Take OSHA-10 Construction Online Industry Training? This course is for employees doing construction work. Examples of construction jobs include carpenters, electricians, laborers, masons, plumbers, sheet metal workers, tile workers, welders and more. OSHA 10-hour training is the primary method used to train workers on hazard recognition and OSHA safety standards. Our training is 100% online and covers specific OSHA regulations and requirements as they apply to the construction industry. OSHA training is necessary for a safe and healthy work environment, and for certain states it is a requirement before work can begin. States that have recently made OSHA training a requirement for certain construction work contracts are: Connecticut, Massachusetts, Missouri, Nevada, New Hampshire, New York and Rhode Island. Immediately after you finish the course, you can download a certificate of completion and wallet card.
10-Hour OSHA Training Course for General Industry (Note: Timed courses are not included in Video On Demand Subscription) SSOSHA10GE
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OSHA 10-Hour General Industry Training is appropriate for workers in the following fields: healthcare, factory operations, warehousing, manufacturing, storage and more. Enrollment and completion of OSHA 10 General Industry Training will help educate workers to predict, prevent, identify and stop possible common worksite hazards. Typically, general employees are required to take the OSHA 10-Hour General Industry course. Immediately after you finish the course, you can download a certificate of completion and a wallet card.
Accidents: The People Factor SS2302AE (9 Min.)
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We talk a lot about safety. We have training programs, safety audits, governmental agencies, the list goes on and on. With all of this attention to safety, you'd think workplace accidents would be a thing of the past. They're not. Why do they keep happening? The simple answer is People. This video examines the role people play in workplace injuries
Active Shooter: Emergency Action Plan - SS1114IE (12 Min.)
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Because active shooter situations are often over within 10 to 15 minutes, before law enforcement arrives on the scene, individuals must be prepared both mentally and physically to deal with an active shooter situation. Be aware of your environment and any possible dangers. Take note of the two nearest exits in any facility you visit. This will help you respond in the safest manner possible if needed.
Business Ethics: The Basics - SS1110EE (8 Min.)
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Business ethics govern a business’s behavior, activities and interactions. Business ethics impact business policies and practices regarding potentially controversial subjects including corporate governance, insider trading, bribery, discrimination, corporate social responsibility, and fiduciary responsibilities. This video provides users a basic over view of business ethics principles and outlines the benefits of ethical behavior in the workplace.
Cannabis Industry Safety SSCB03AE (15 Min.)
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Working in the cannabis industry can give you a rewarding experience but it does not come without safety risk. With the proper training and education these risk can be minimized, giving you the ability to return home from work safe and healthy. There are many jobs within the cannabis industry all the way from cultivating to sales and this video will help you understand the associated safety hazards.
Distracted Driving: A Real Story - SS1105IE (25 Min.)
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Tom Goeltz is no stranger to safety. In fact, he has been a safety professional and advocate his whole life. But nothing could have prepared him for the unimaginable. In February 2016, Tom's daughter Megan was waiting in her car at a stop sign when a car traveling at a high rate of speed crossed over two lanes of traffic, into a ditch and into Megan's car. Tom's daughter and her unborn child lost their lives in this horrific crash. Tom and his family's lives will never be the same. He is a survivor advocate and is hoping for tougher laws and regulations around distracted driving, not only in his state, but nationwide. Tom also actively speaks to professionals and students about the dangers of distracted driving, in the hope of saving lives.
Fall Protection: Equipment and Safe Practices SS1118IE
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Falls in the workplace are one of the most common types of injuries on the job, and the goal of this program is to provide employers and employees with information on recognizing potential fall hazards at their work sites, and suggest ways to avoid, minimize, control or prevent them. The audience will learn how to identify factors that contribute to common fall hazards, and how to analyze their own work areas for those hazards. The video covers: The OSHA Fall Protection Standard Fall Protection Plans Housekeeping and Engineering Controls Personal Protective Equipment and more....
Hazwoper 8 hour Annual Refresher Training SS0626 (Note: Timed courses are billed separate from library)
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Workers at uncontrolled hazardous waste operations and those involved in emergency response actions must receive eight hours of HAZWOPER refresher training each year. Workers must complete eight hours of HAZWOPER Refresher training within 12 months of the anniversary date of their previous HAZWOPER training. Employees who fail to meet this requirement may need to repeat their initial training. This 100% online course is based on OSHA's 8-hour HAZWOPER refresher training requirement at a low price. Students can instantly download a Certificate of Completion upon successful completion of their training. The eight-module course takes at least eight hours to complete, and students have 365 days to finish the course after purchase. Modules end with a brief quiz, and there is a 50-question final exam. You have an unlimited number of attempts to pass quizzes and the final exam, which require a score of at least 70%.
Hot Work & Fire Prevention SS11082EE (12 Min.)
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Welding, grinding, cutting, open flame and other spark-producing tools and operations are all capable of starting dangerous fires in our workplaces. Collectively known as hot work, such processes require specific permits and procedures be followed to prevent the ignition of vapors, liquids and solids that may be in or near the work area. Careless hot work operations can quickly lead to fires, extensive property damage, severe injuries or death. This program discusses the safe work practices that should be taken to prevent such incidents and reviews the responsibilities of those workers involved in hot work tasks.
Housekeeping in an Industrial Environment (10 Min) SS1120AE
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The word “housekeeping” is often associated with household vacuuming, dusting, mopping floors, reducing clutter – or maybe someone cleaning a hotel room. In industrial workplaces, “housekeeping” means much more, and is a critical component of any safety program. Good housekeeping not only helps prevent accidents and injuries, it can improve productivity, boost morale and impress clients and visitors. It’s also an OHSA requirement.
Industrial Fire Extinguisher Training & Use SS1054FE (7 Min.)
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Fire in your workplace can be devastating, the possibility of injury or loss of life coupled with the loss of property is frightening and very often preventable. The most common causes of fire in any environment are always the same…faulty electrical equipment, flammable and combustible materials, lack of staff training, lack of resources and equipment in place, and arson. Proper and ongoing housekeeping can make all the difference, as well as a good training program.
Injury and Illness Prevention Program: I2P2 - SS1101IE (15 Min.)
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This program provides employees with important information on how this organized approach to workplace safety can significantly reduce accidents and injuries, and how the workers themselves can play a major role in making the program work. Every day 12 workers die on the job, and more than 10,000 workers suffer serious job-related injuries. But the real tragedy is that most of these incidents could be prevented. Employers and employees can work together to find and fix the hazards in their workplace, before people get sick, injured or even killed. Areas covered in the program include what is I2P2, management responsibilities and employees’ participation, hazard identification, assessment, prevention and control, education and training, program evaluation and improvement and more.
Injury and Illness Prevention Programs: IIPP Hospitality - SS5079AE (15 Min.)
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This program provides employees with important information on how this organized approach to workplace safety can significantly reduce accidents and injuries, and how the workers themselves can play a major role in making the program work. Every day 12 workers die on the job, and more than 10,000 workers suffer serious job-related injuries. But the real tragedy is that most of these incidents could be prevented. Employers and employees can work together to find and fix the hazards in their workplace, before people get sick, injured or even killed. Areas covered in the program include what is I2P2, management responsibilities and employees’ participation, hazard identification, assessment, prevention and control, education and training, program evaluation and improvement and more.
Insects, Rodents and Snakes: The Safety Basics SS1111AE
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Insect, rodent, and snake safety meeting topic. Play to your employees to inform about the hazards and controls related to insects, rodents, and snakes.
Panel Saw Safety SS0626
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This 10-minute video that addresses proper workspace setup, the basics of making cuts, general safety procedures, and proper maintenance.
School Zone Safety - SS7030AE
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Every fall, over 55 million children across the United States head back to school. With 13 percent of those children typically walking or biking to their classes, we all need to be especially vigilant. The afternoon hours are particularly dangerous – over the last decade, nearly one in four child pedestrian fatalities occurred between 3 p.m. and 7 p.m. The actions of many people have a direct impact on a child’s safety every day on the way to and from school. The child themselves, the parents and those who drive around children or school. We all must do our part.
Walking and Working Surfaces SS1116IE (12 Min.)
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Like numerous other workplace safety requirements, OSHA has specific standards for the different types of walking and working surfaces we all encounter on the job, on a daily basis. The ultimate goal of these standards and this training is to prevent as many slips, trips and falls as possible – both in the workplace and at home. Topics include: Slip, trip and fall awareness “Defensive” walking Housekeeping and aisles Stairs, walkways and railings Openings Ladder safety Scaffolds, and more The vast majority of accidents related to walking and work surfaces are preventable and need not happen, so it is imperative your employees or associates receive this 10 minute training.
Welding Safety: The Basics SS1103AE (10 Min.)
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Welders help build our world. It’s a job vital to the construction of our future. It requires training, skill and a commitment to safety. Yes, safety. Because there are many facets of welding that are potentially hazardous. But, that doesn’t mean you have to get injured. Quite the opposite. There are safety policies and procedures that, if followed, will help minimize your risk of an injury to you, or those around you during welding operations.
Wildfire Safety SS1108IEE (6 Min.)
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Every year, wildfires burn across the U.S., and more and more people are living where wildfires are a real risk. Nearly 45 million homes abut or intermingle with wildlands and more than 72,000 U.S. communities are now at risk. But by working together residents can make their own property, and their neighborhood, much safer from wildfire.
Workplace Safety: Your Story Matters SS1114AE (6 Min.)
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Viewers will witness examples of three common scenarios of workers not speaking up about safety. The storylines feature a failure to follow lockout/tagout, an employee neglecting to wear PPE and a worker choosing not to wear fall protection as the primary causes of incidents that result in fatalities; however, your employees will learn that the root cause of each was a reluctance to speak up. They will be convinced that speaking up about unsafe acts is critical in the prevention of workplace injuries. Some of the other safety concerns addressed in the program include supervisors, rushing, habits, shift work and intimidation.