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  • Bloodborne Pathogens

    Bloodborne pathogens present a serious and invisible threat. It is impossible to tell by looking at a person whether or not they are infected with a bloodborne pathogen, so it is vital to train your employees on safe work practices. Our bloodborne pathogen training programs are ideal for compliance with OSHA regulations and bloodborne pathogens training requirements. From Exposure Control Plans, to Standard Precautions, to transmission and first aid safeguards ? Coastal has you covered! Help

  • Bloodborne Pathogens: Know The Risk

    Bloodborne Pathogens: Know The Risk

    Complies with annual training requirements (OSHA 1910.1030) and teaches all employees common sense guidelines to protect themselves from the serious threat of bloodborne disease in the workplace.

  • Bloodborne Pathogens For Corrections

    Bloodborne Pathogens For Corrections

    Corrections facilities can be violent places. Fights, riots, drugs, rapes, searches and other events expose your employees daily to infected bodily fluids.

  • Bloodborne Pathogens: Protecting Law Enforcement

    Bloodborne Pathogens: Protecting Law Enforcement

    Train your law enforcement team on bloodborne pathogens and comply with the requirements of their annual training. This program lays down the hard facts on the most common bloodborne diseases, and more importantly, on how your force can avoid contracting them and what they should do if exposure occurs. Introduction to BBPs. Bloodborne diseases. Avoiding infection. Proper care and use of PPE. Function of the Designated Officer.

  • Construction Safety

    According to NIOSH, construction is one of the most hazardous industries — only mining and agriculture experience higher fatal injury rates. With critical statistics such as these, proper safety training is essential! Coastal's construction programs cover construction site safety, contractor safety and OSHA construction safety training requirements and will help you create a safety culture that will protect your employees.

  • Asbestos In Construction

    Asbestos In Construction

    If you’re involved in building, demolishing, repairing or maintaining structures, OSHA has a standard to protect you from asbestos exposure. This DVD program, containing the training content from Coastal’s, Asbestos In Construction video, teaches you specific information about the asbestos in construction standard and will ensure that you go home in as good as shape as when you arrived at work. Complies with OSHA 1926.1101. Item #ASB007

  • Electrical Safety Training

  • Arc Flash: Safety Awareness

    Arc Flash: Safety Awareness

    Every day, 16 workers are injured in electrical accidents - some fatally. Give your workers comprehensive grounding on safety measures that spell compliance to NFPA Standard 70E. This award-winning course explains the facts on electrical shock, arc flash and arc blast. Arc flash hazards Electrical safety program Hazard analysis PPE Safe work practices

  • Electrical Emergencies: Proper Response

    Electrical Emergencies: Proper Response

    Spark your workers' safety know-how with this life-saving handbook. It highlights crucial information on three levels of electric shock, common causes and classifications of fire and proper first-aid measures for shock or smoke inhalation victims. Reducing human error when working around electricity Emergency procedures How to extinguish electrical fires

  • Electrical Hazards: Avoid The Risk

    Electrical Hazards: Avoid The Risk

    Never be in the dark about safety. Show your employees these illuminating guidelines on electrical circuits, proper grounding procedures and lockout/tagout methods to control electrical flow. Tool care Maintaining a safe environment De-energizing equipment and lockout/tagout procedures Requirements and qualifications for electrical workers

  • Electrical Safety

    Electrical Safety

    Hotwire your safety standards now. This detailed course covers electrical safety procedures and helps you comply with OSHA’s Electrical Safety Standard (1910.331-335). It introduces workers to the principles of electricity, shows them how to avoid electrical shock and demonstrates the correct responses to electrical emergencies. Electrical principles Electrical hazards Engineering controls Safe work...

  • Electrical Safety For The Qualified Worker

    Electrical Safety For The Qualified Worker

    Electrical safety is not to be taken lightly. Between 5 and 10 times a day, an arc flash explosion sends a burn victim to a special burn center. Generate strong safety procedures for your workers so they can avoid electrical shock, serious burns and arc flash accidents. This best-selling course also helps your facility comply with OSHA regulation 1910.333-335 and covers the following info: Correct PPE Lockout/tagout procedures...

  • Electrical Safety: Basic Principles

    Electrical Safety: Basic Principles

    Anyone working with electricity must know and apply basic safety principles and proper emergency procedures. This popular program defines common electrical terms and explains: Housekeeping Circuit protection devices.

  • Electrical Safety: Beware the Bite

    Electrical Safety: Beware the Bite

    An electrical shock is like the bite of a poisonous snake! Take the sting out of the danger now and protect your employees with life-saving information. Sink your teeth into this course which gives the low-down on electrical safety. Conductivity Lockout/tagout Safe work practices PPE Emergency response

  • Electrical Safety: Real, Real-Life

    Electrical Safety: Real, Real-Life

    Keep your safety measures plugged in with this program. An electrifying addition to the popular Real, Real-Life® series, it provides guidelines on electrical safety and protection measures against injuries or fatalities. It also explains the core concepts of the three A's and a host of other practical advice: Awareness, Attitude, Action Conductivity Safe working practices PPE Using GFCIs.

  • Electrical Safety: Safe In 8

    Electrical Safety: Safe In 8

    Charge up your safety standards with this program. Inform your employees of these practical guidelines, so that they can wire all their safety efforts against electrical hazards and respond swiftly when an accident strikes.

  • Electrical Safety: Working Around Live Circuits

    Electrical Safety: Working Around Live Circuits

    Unwire the currents of electrical dangers with this program. Designed for qualified electrical workers, it discusses OSHA's qualification requirements. It also highlights ways to reduce injuries and accidents, as advocated by the National Electrical Code. Requirements for qualification Working with and around live circuits National Electrical Code Test equipment

  • Fall Protection Training

  • Scaffold Safety

    Scaffold Safety

    Each year, 4,500 workers are injured and 50 workers are killed because of loose scaffolding. But with this instructive online course, your employees can fortify their know-how of this equipment and enhance safety awareness. This course covers the basics of scaffold safety, including scaffold hazard recognition, types of scaffolding dangers, proper scaffolding use and accident prevention. Recognizing scaffold hazards Scaffold...

  • Anchorages: Making The Connection

    Anchorages: Making The Connection

    Even the best fall protection system is useless without the proper anchorage. Hook up with this program now, which adheres to OSHA’s Personal Fall Arrest System (1910. 66 app C and 1926 subpart M App C) Standard. Guidelines for safe hook-up General rules for identifying anchorage points

  • Avoiding Slips, Trips & Falls: Step By Step

    Avoiding Slips, Trips & Falls: Step By Step

    Each year, more than 200,000 American workers are injured as the result of slips and falls. Take a trip down this step-by-step guide that alerts your employees to the serious consequences of falls and explains how they can be prevented. Negotiating slippery surfaces Controlling hazards Proper equipment

  • Fall Protection: The Right Connection

    Fall Protection: The Right Connection

    In buildings and on scaffoldings, the dangers run high and your safety standards have to tower above the risks. Heighten yours now with this highly valuable information on fall protection equipment, safety measures and fall emergency response. Guardrails Personal Fall Arrest Systems Positioning Devices Proper Use And Maintenance Rescue From Height

  • Personal Fall Protection: One Step Beyond

    Personal Fall Protection: One Step Beyond

    Each year around 150 to 200 workers are killed and more than 100,000 are injured because of falls. When your workers are working at heights, you cannot let safety standards come crashing down. This course based on Subpart M of OSHA Standard 1926, highlights fall protection measures for general industry employees It covers: Personal fall protection systems Lifelines, snaphooks and harnesses Rescue Equipment...

  • Scaffolds: Safety At All Levels

    Scaffolds: Safety At All Levels

    Every year, 4,500 injuries and 50 deaths are caused by scaffolding mishaps. This is the reason OSHA recently revised its scaffold standard. Be sure your workers are familiar with the most up-to-date OSHA requirements and that they know how to stay safe with this essential program. It also covers the requirements of 1926.450-454. The role of the competent person Pre-assembly inspection Assembly Pre-shift...

  • Slips, Trips & Falls: Real, Real-Life

    Slips, Trips & Falls: Real, Real-Life

    Falls account for almost 400,000 workplace injuries each year. These stats are alarmingly high, but this exciting program can help you lower those numbers. It gives your workers the lowdown on fall protection, slips and falls. It also teaches them danger awareness and examines the core concepts of: Awareness, Attitude, Action Identifying hazards Minimizing improper use of equipment Simple...

  • Slips, Trips and Falls: Taking the Right Steps

    Slips, Trips and Falls: Taking the Right Steps

    One safety slip and your employees will be on the slippery road to accidents. Slips, trips and falls cause injuries in the workplace, and you have to smooth out the risks through this high-impact training course that advocates solid safety measures: awareness, good housekeeping and proper equipment use. Safety can take you a long way! Prevention techniques Wet surfaces and poor weather conditions Stairs and ladders...

  • Fall Protection

    Fall Protection

    Fall protection can be a tricky and dangerous game. One wrong move can result in permanent injury – or even death. But with this vital course, your employees can chalk up the perfect strategy and choose the most effective fall protection system for their jobs. And when they know how to use these safety devices, they are well-equipped to save themselves from fall-related disabilities or fatalities. The course also provides a thorough grounding on rescue...

  • Fire Safety Emergency Training

  • Disaster Safety : Aftermath & Cleanup

    Disaster Safety : Aftermath & Cleanup

    Recovery teams at natural and man-made disasters have important and hazardous jobs to do - from finding survivors to restoring power. But in the aftermath of catastrophes - hurricanes, chemical spills and explosions - you also have to ensure that their health and safety are not compromised on the job. Learn how with this program now. Assessing the scene for hazards Operating equipment safely Handling human remains...

  • Emergency Action Plan: Crisis under Control

    Emergency Action Plan: Crisis under Control

    Disasters - natural or man-made - can occur anytime, and an Emergency Action Plan must always be at hand to help your employees respond to the situation. It is essential not only for OSHA compliance but also for survival and minimization of loss. Cook up a strategic emergency plan by following the guidelines in this course. Emergency alarm and evacuation Medical Services Cooperation with emergency...

  • Emergency Evacuation: Getting Out Alive

    Emergency Evacuation: Getting Out Alive

    In an emergency situation, survival hinges on adequate training, preparation and an emergency action plan. This course explains several emergency situation responses, the importance of drills and the principles of RACE. It prepares your employees to handle any disaster - natural or otherwise and covers: How to respond in several emergency situations The importance of drills RACE.

  • Fire Extinguishers: Your PASS to Safety

    Fire Extinguishers: Your PASS to Safety

    When fire breaks out, your workers only have seconds to respond. Every delay can be costly. Even fatal. Give your employees accurate and concise annual training on fire extinguisher use. This course explains: Ways to eliminate the three elements Different fire extinguishers and their uses Classes of fire The PASS procedure When to call the fire department.

  • Fire Safety

    Fire Safety

    Fire. It’s the third-leading cause of death in the U.S., but it's ironic that people still underestimate its danger when more than 150 fires occur in the workplace every day. This dramatic course will help you understand the causes of fires, safe housekeeping measures and emergency response procedures. Components of fire Classes of fire Fire prevention Housekeeping Emergency action plan...

  • General Compliance Training

  • The Newcomers

    The Newcomers

    This riveting program follows five employees as they go through a busy day at work. Viewers then keep track of safety no-no's, watch the consequences and get shocked by the sobering twist at the end! The Newcomers gives employees an eye-opening look at hazard recognition. Teach your employees To ask questions about the job That simple tasks can carry deadly risks That their actions may affect others...

  • Mold Awareness

    Mold Awareness

    Coastal's environmental compliance training programs will teach your employees to follow EPA regulations and guidelines that protect the environment. From pollution prevention, to RCRA, to environmental risk assessment and management training, Coastal's programs will help your facility create a cleaner environment that everyone can enjoy. Molds are literally everywhere. While most molds are harmless to humans, some forms are believed...

  • Online Courses

  • Stormwater Training: I Can Make A Difference

    Stormwater Training: I Can Make A Difference

    Oil, grease, harmful bacteria, pesticides and fertilizers are just a few of the contaminants found in stormwater runoff. This program describes these and other devastating effects of stormwater runoff, and shows how the government and private industry can work together to clean it up - before the problems set in.

  • Bloodborne Pathogens Standard: How It Affects You, How it Protects You (Online Course)

    Bloodborne Pathogens Standard: How It Affects You, How it Protects You (Online Course)

    Comply with OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (1910.1030) and protect your facility and employees from these deadly organisms. Failing to company with an OSHA standard can cost you a lot. This course will help you abide by the law, ensure the safety of your facility, and protect your employees from fatal diseases. Specifically geared for industrial companies and similar organizations, it trains their workers to ward off the threat of AIDS and...

  • Bloodborne Pathogens For Law Enforcement (Government) (Online Course)

    Bloodborne Pathogens For Law Enforcement (Government) (Online Course)

    Your law enforcement personnnel know how to bust crime. But can they disarm bloodborne pathogens?Your law enforcement unit faces dangers every day, but bloodborne diseases need not be one of them. This program equips your team with the essential rules of exposure control: HBV, HIV and AIDSInfectious materialsWork controls, Housekeeping, PPE To learn more about this and other online courses

  • Bloodborne Pathogens: Know The Risk (Online Course)

    Bloodborne Pathogens: Know The Risk (Online Course)

    The danger of bloodborne diseases is ever present. Train your employees to avoid them.Teach your employees how to protect themselves from bloodborne pathogens with this information-packed program. The three types of viruses – HIV, HBV adn HCV – and how they spread, how to avoid exposure, and housekeeping tips are all covered. Risk of exposureAIDS, hepatitis B and CTransmission of bloodborne diseasesMinimizing...

  • Bloodborne Pathogens For Corrections (Government) (Online Course)

    Bloodborne Pathogens For Corrections (Government) (Online Course)

    Your officers keep prisoners locked away. But can they stop bloodborne diseases from getting loose? Corrections facilities can be violent places. Fights, riots, drugs, rapes, searches and other events expose your employees daily to infected bodily fluids. Based on OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1030, this vital program helps your team keep dangerous bloodborne diseases locked away. It explains: Bloodborne diseasesTransmissionExposure Control...

  • Bloodborne Pathogens: Take Precautions (Online Course)

    Bloodborne Pathogens: Take Precautions (Online Course)

    When it comes to bloodborne diseases, it's better to be safe than sorry. Supply your employees with the information that may save their lives! Your employees can never be too careful when it comes to the risks of deadly bloodborne pathogens. The program covers the three main types of these organisms including the symptoms and routes of transmission. It discusses methods to avoid infection and ways to deal with mishaps at work: HIV, HBV and...

  • Bloodborne Pathogens For Custodians (Online Course)

    Bloodborne Pathogens For Custodians (Online Course)

    Your custodial staff takes care of your company. In return, take care of them by protecting them from dangerous bloodborne pathogens. A custodian's job has a lot of risks, and one of them is exposure to bloodborne pathogens. This program teaches your staff protective measures against these organisms. It also explains effective cleaning methods, proper disposal of potentially infectious materials and health and safety measures for everyone. The...

  • Bloodborne Pathogens For Fire And Rescue (Government) (Online Course)

    Bloodborne Pathogens For Fire And Rescue (Government) (Online Course)

    For your firefighters and rescue teams, fire is not the only risk. Bloodborne diseases pose a threat as well. Firefighters and rescue workers face the greatest risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens. This important program examines the threat on the job and offers precautions and guidelines to follow, so that saving someone's life doesn't endanger the lives of your fire and rescue personnel. Protective barriers HIV, hepatitis B and C...

  • Industrial First Aid (Online Course)

    Industrial First Aid (Online Course)

    Big companies can have big accidents. But even the simplest first-aid techniques can be the critical difference between life and death. To learn more about this and other online courses click here.

  • Medical Emergencies: Citizen Responder (Online Course)

    Medical Emergencies: Citizen Responder (Online Course)

    Emergencies can be terrifying, and sometimes, those who witness them have to respond right on the spot.Emergencies happen in the blink of an eye. To save lives, any witness must be as swift to react. This program illustrates what to do if a person meets a life-threatening medical emergency. It includes correct procedures for dealing with: Heart attacksChoking StrokeAsthmaDiabetesSeizure and epilepsy. To...

  • CPR And AED: The Chain Of Survival (Online Course)

    CPR And AED: The Chain Of Survival (Online Course)

    A heart attack can happen in a heartbeat. Can your workers respond as quickly to save a colleague's life?Every two minutes, someone dies of sudden cardiac arrest. When it happens to someone in your workplace, can he or she survive such an event? Do your workers know the four links in the chain of cardiac survival:? Early access to care Early CPREarly defibrillation or electric shockEarly advanced cardiac life support ...

  • First Aid: Prepared To Help (Online Course)

    First Aid: Prepared To Help (Online Course)

    In the face of workplace accidents, your workforce must keep their cool to save the day.Being first on the scene of a workplace accident can be cause for panic. But with the training provided in this program, you can be confident that your employees can keep their cool, respond swiftly and apply life-saving measures. Get first aid tips and and learn these emergency response principles: Survey the sceneSend someone to call for emergency...

  • Chemical Handling Safety: Basic Principles (Online Course)

    Chemical Handling Safety: Basic Principles (Online Course)

    Lack of safety knowledge + dangerous chemicals = injuries. Teach your employees the right formula for safety.The simplest formula for safety is knowledge. This program teaches employees how to identify, handle, and store dangerous chemicals safely and properly. More importantly, they will be trained how to respond effectively in case of an emergency. The training illustrates:Hazard identificationPersonal protectionEmergency...

  • Chemical Handling Safety: Flammables (Online Course)

    Chemical Handling Safety: Flammables (Online Course)

    If there's something that must spread, it's not fire but safety information. Inform your employees how to deal with flammables and keep the workplace safe. Fire is always a threat at work and flammable chemicals only increase the chances of one occuring. But with this program, your employees can take the heat out of these risks by knowing how to handle flammables properly. It covers:Identification and handlingFire 101Emergency...

  • Chemical Handling Safety: Corrosives (Online Course)

    Chemical Handling Safety: Corrosives (Online Course)

    Safety standards mustn't be neglected, especially those concerned with corrosive substances. This program teaches how to recognize, use, and handle corrosive materials safely. It covers:identification and classificationSolids, liquids and gasesEmergency proceduresStorage and handling. To learn more about this and other online courses click here.

  • Chemical Handling Safety: Solvents (Online Course)

    Chemical Handling Safety: Solvents (Online Course)

    Train your employees on the proper handling of solvents to ensure safety at work. Solvents are tricky, and if handled improperly, can cause dangerous accidents. But with this program, your employees will gain knowledge about solvents, including preparation and good work practices. This way, not only will your company get the most out of solvents but you also ensure everyone's safety. Common solventsProtecting yourself To...

  • Hazard Communication: The Road to Safety (Online Course)

    Hazard Communication: The Road to Safety (Online Course)

    Don't let your safety mechanisms break down. Keep the workflow smooth and comply with this frequently-cited standard - OHSA 1910.1200 through this informative program. OSHA regulations are strict and, if violated, can be costly. The road to safety and compliance starts with this program, which offers vital information to help your employees identify hazards and understand warning labels and MSDSs. It contains sections on:Identifying...

  • Hazcom: Your Safety Net (Online Course)

    Hazcom: Your Safety Net (Online Course)

    Catch your employees with the safety net of hazard communication... before they fall into chemical accidents! If you're employees are working with chemicals, then hazard communication is their safety net. This program focuses on the essentials of working safely around chemicals and helps you comply with OSHA Standard 1910.1200. It explains:Chemical hazards and how to control themMSDSsWarning labels. To learn more about...

  • Hazard Communication For Pulp & Paper (Online Course)

    Hazard Communication For Pulp & Paper (Online Course)

    Making pulp and paper involves a lot of deadly chemicals. Make sure employees know how to handle them and avoid potential hazards. If your employees in the pulp and paper industry work with chemicals, they need hazard communication methods to protect them at work. This program will keep workers up-to-date with information on the dangerous chemicals they use. Hazards: physical and healthMSDSsLabeling...

  • Learn From Their Mistakes: HazCom Case Histories (Online Course)

    Learn From Their Mistakes: HazCom Case Histories (Online Course)

    Make sure that your employees don't repeat the same mistakes shown in this program. You have some hazardous materials and/or hazardous waste on-site. But if a leak takes place, would all of your employees know what to do? Would the first person on the accident scene be able to alert others to crucial problems and keep everyone safe? In this incredible program, employees will gain stronger awareness of proper precautions as they review HAZCOM...

  • Laboratory Safety (Online Course)

    Laboratory Safety (Online Course)

    Labs are for experiments, not accidents. Master elementary safety principles on lab safety with this program.Your lab workers are presented daily with unique safety challenges. Hazardous materials are often abundant, and lab workers handle them more often than do most other professionals. With this course, comply with OSHA's Lab Safety Standard (1910.1450) and train your workers workers on proper lab safety procedures.Overview of OSHA...

  • Laboratory Safety: The Finer Points (Online Course)

    Laboratory Safety: The Finer Points (Online Course)

    With lab procedures, you can never be too precise. Be the same with lab safety measures. Practice always makes perfect. Through this program, seasoned laboratory employees can review safety techniques and general procedures they may have forgotten since their initial training. Based on OSHA 1910.1450, it covers:Hazardous materials in labsFume hoodsEmergency showers and eyewashesChemical storageUsing chemicals...

  • Confined Space Entry Online Training

    Confined Space Entry Online Training

    This important course will help your company comply with OSHA’s final standard (1910.146) and help protect your employees. Working in a confined space can be extremely dangerous; however, hundreds of needless injuries and deaths can be avoided if workers are properly trained. This important course will help your company comply with OSHA’s final standard (1910.146) and help protect your employees from the dangers of working in...

  • Confined Space Entry: Inside Maneuvers (Online Course)

    Confined Space Entry: Inside Maneuvers (Online Course)

    This course points out how working in a confined space is a lot like working in a submarine – space is tight, atmospheric conditions are critical, and potential hazards abound.Working in a confined space is a lot like working in a submarine – space is tight, atmospheric conditions are critical, and potential hazards abound. This dynamic program uses the USS Atlanta, a United States Naval submarine, and its crew as a dramatic backdrop to...

  • Asbestos In Construction (Online Course)

    Asbestos In Construction (Online Course)

    Asbestos is a fine material for construction. But it poses health risks to your workers. If your employees build, demolish, repair or maintain structures, you must protect them from asbestos exposure and comply with the OSHA standard on this material, OSHA 1926.650-652. Through this program, get vital specific information on the proper uses of asbestos and keep your workers protected from its health risks. The asbestos standard Four...

  • Construction Fall Protection Online Training: Get Arrested

    Construction Fall Protection Online Training: Get Arrested

    Raise your fall protection measures with this handbook. In construction, falls are responsible for more deaths than any other type of accident. Give your employees the low down on fall protection to keep themselves - and your operations - up and running. This practical handbook examines different kinds of fall protection, their uses and maintenance measures. To learn more about this and other online courses

  • Construction Electrical Safety: Current Control (Online Course)

    Construction Electrical Safety: Current Control (Online Course)

    Insulate your workers from electrical hazards and ensure shockproof safety regulations. Don't let your employees run the risks of electrical accidents. Get current, up-to-date information on safety precautions on electrical work. Train all your construction workers on protection equipment and electrical problem assessment skills. Recognizing hazardous conditions Understanding bonding and grounding Using tools and temporary...

  • Contractor Safety: It`s Everybody’s Business (Online Course)

    Contractor Safety: It`s Everybody’s Business (Online Course)

    Safety is not a one-man job but a team effort. Get all workers involved and disseminate information on common safety hazards to contractors to avoid incidents.When there are two or more employers on the site, safety can be a challenging issue. But with this program, they can easily team up, keep everyone safe and get the job done right on time. Contractor Safety: It's Everybody's Business alerts all workers to common safety hazards and shows...

  • OSHA: An Introduction For Construction (Online Course)

    OSHA: An Introduction For Construction (Online Course)

    Few things can be more damaging to your organization than failure to comply with OSHA standards. Use this training program to familiarize your employees with OSHA and be duly prepared come inspection time! OSHA standards can be tough, and if your company fails to meet them, it can be costly. Stock up on vital facts to get you through the rigid inspection process. This program provides you and your employees with information on OSHA: its goals and its...

  • Personal Fall Protection For Construction (Online Course)

    Personal Fall Protection For Construction (Online Course)

    Up high on construction sites, the dangers can take on new heights. Make sure that before your workers go up there, they know what’s up and what’s not about safety.Even though OSHA standard 1926.500-502 was issued several years ago, more deaths still result because of falls. Harness the vital knowledge to reach higher and tighter precautions. Keep your employees safe up with this program. Requirements for guardrail construction,...

  • Trenching & Shoring (Online Course)

    Trenching & Shoring (Online Course)

    Every year, workers are seriously injured or even killed in trench construction, but a deep understanding of safety matters will bury the chances of these accidents happening. A trench cave-in can result in injuries and even deaths. Your first line of prevention is to reinforce your workers' know-how. With this program, they will learn to recognize trench hazards, avoid fatal cave-ins and handle emergency situations. Trench...

  • Defensive Driving (Online Course)

    Defensive Driving (Online Course)

    This course covers how to be a defensive driver, recognizing hazards and staying alert, as well as driving in the city, on the freeway and on rural roads. This course covers how to be a defensive driver, recognizing hazards and staying alert, as well as driving in the city, on the freeway and on rural roads. It covers: Plan and prepare A defensive attitude Distractions City drivingFreeways Rural roads. ...

  • Defensive Driving For Government Employees (Government) (Online Course)

    Defensive Driving For Government Employees (Government) (Online Course)

    For government employees, motor vehicle accidents are by far the leading cause of death on the job. Every 12 minutes in the United States, someone dies in a car accident. Every 14 seconds someone suffers a disabling injury. That's nearly 43,000 deaths and countless more major injuries every year on our roads. And for government employees, motor vehicle accidents are by far the leading cause of death on the job. This program looks at techniques to...

  • Emergency Response Driving (Government) (Online Course)

    Emergency Response Driving (Government) (Online Course)

    This course covers driving in emergency response situations and includes driving tips to make sure your responder's trip is a safe one. There are risks involved anytime you get behind the wheel of a vehicle, but when you're driving an emergency vehicle -- with lights and sirens blaring -- those risks are multiplied. This program covers what it means to drive in emergency response situations and includes driving tips to make sure your responder's trip...

  • Defensive Driving: 15-Passenger Vans (Government) (Online Course)

    Defensive Driving: 15-Passenger Vans (Government) (Online Course)

    Use this course to provide your van drivers with important safety tips to help them operate the vans safely, protect passengers and avoid accidents. Give your 15-passenger van drivers the training they need to operate safely. Fatal rollovers and other accidents involving 15-passenger vans occur because the drivers are inexperienced and untrained. This valuable program provides drivers with important safety tips to help them operate the vans safely,...

  • Electrical Safety (Online Course)

    Electrical Safety (Online Course)

    Zap electrical hazards with these precise safety measures. Hotwire your safety standards now. This detailed course covers electrical safety procedures and helps you comply with OSHA’s Electrical Safety Standard (1910.331-335). It introduces workers to the principles of electricity, shows them how to avoid electrical shock and demonstrates the correct responses to electrical emergencies. Electrical principles Electrical...

  • Electrical Safety: Beware the Bite (Online Course)

    Electrical Safety: Beware the Bite (Online Course)

    Switch off electrical hazards with this course An electrical shock is like the bite of a poisonous snake! Take the sting out of the danger now and protect your employees with life-saving information. Sink your teeth into this course which gives the low-down on electrical safety. ConductivityLockout/tagoutSafe work practicesPPEEmergency response To learn more about this and other online courses

  • Electrical Safety For The Qualified Worker (Online Course)

    Electrical Safety For The Qualified Worker (Online Course)

    Keep your qualified workers safe from arc flash explosions.Electrical safety is not to be taken lightly. Between 5 and 10 times a day, an arc flash explosion sends a burn victim to a special burn center. Generate strong safety procedures for your workers so they can avoid electrical shock, serious burns and arc flash accidents. This best-selling course also helps your facility comply with OSHA regulation 1910.333-335 and covers the following...

  • Arc Flash: Safety Awareness (Online Course)

    Arc Flash: Safety Awareness (Online Course)

    Untangle the complex facts on three common electrical hazards: electrical shock, arc flash and arc blast. Every day, 16 workers are injured in electrical accidents - some fatally. Give your workers comprehensive grounding on safety measures that spell compliance to NFPA Standard 70E. This award-winning course explains the facts on electrical shock, arc flash and arc blast. Arc flash hazards Electrical safety program Hazard...

  • Environmental Awareness I: Air & Water (Online Course)

    Environmental Awareness I: Air & Water (Online Course)

    This course provides a detailed overview of both the problems and solutions, focusing specifically on air and water pollution. A polluted environment bequeaths long-lasting problems with dangerously far-reaching effects. This course provides a detailed overview of both the problems and solutions, focusing specifically on air and water pollution. History of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) The EPA today How pollution...

  • Environmental Awareness II: Waste & Chemicals (Online Course)

    Environmental Awareness II: Waste & Chemicals (Online Course)

    This course provides detailed overview of environmental concerns and solutions but with the focus on wastes and chemicals. Teach your workers to prevent environmental problems at the source before these problems pollute our earth. This course, second in a two-part series, provides the same detailed overview of environmental concerns and solutions but with the focus on wastes and chemicals. History of the Environmental Protection Agency...

  • Stormwater Runoff: I Can Make A Difference (Online Course)

    Stormwater Runoff: I Can Make A Difference (Online Course)

    Inform your employees about the harmful effectos of oil, grease, harmful bacteria, pesticides, fertilizers and other harmful contaminants found in stormwater runoff. Oil, grease, harmful bacteria, pesticides and fertilizers are just a few of the contaminants found in stormwater runoff. This online course, Stormwater Runoff: I Can Make A Difference, describes these and other devastating effects of stormwater runoff, and shows how the government and...

  • RCRA: Small Quantity Generators (Online Course)

    RCRA: Small Quantity Generators (Online Course)

    Give your supervisors and employees an overview of the federal requirements. In 1980, the Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) was passed in response to public concern about mismanagement of hazardous waste. Under RCRA, hazardous waste generators are required to follow certain steps guaranteeing the safe disposal of waste. RCRA Small Quantity Generators: A Commitment To The Future gives supervisors and employees an overview of the federal...

  • RCRA: Large Quantity Generators (Online Course)

    RCRA: Large Quantity Generators (Online Course)

    It is your duty as a responsible organization to protect the environment and make a commitment to the future. Let this course help you.Environmental liability is serious business. Not only is the EPA stepping up enforcement, but, more important it is your duty as a responsible organization to protect the environment and make a commitment to the future. What constitutes a large quantity generator? Hazardous waste activity...

  • Back Safety (Online Course)

    Back Safety (Online Course)

    Your company's success is built on the backs of your employees. Make sure that theirs are strong and healthy. Eight out of ten Americans will seek medical attention for a back problem sometime in their lives. It is an injury that accounts for more of workers' complaints than any other ailment. The stats are staggering. Through this most-requested course you can toughen up your preventive measures to help your employees understand how back injuries...

  • Back Safety: Lift Well, Live Well (Online Course)

    Back Safety: Lift Well, Live Well (Online Course)

    A healthy back is in your employees' hands. Your employees had better watch their backs, lest they suffer from back pain later in life. Get prevention techniques now before the pain sets in and hurts operations and profits. This course shows how you can 'head off' back pain through common sense and practical advice. Back basicsPositive stepsWarning signsProper liftingExercise To learn more about this and other...

  • Back Safety For First Responders (Online Course)

    Back Safety For First Responders (Online Course)

    First responders take care of the injured. But who helps them take care of their backs? While your EMTs, firefighters and law enforcement officers take care of others, you have to take care of them. To keep them healthy, lean on these solid safety techniques and exercises to keep their back muscles strong and flexible.Back structureRepetitive stress illnesses/reverse stretchingCommon first responder back injuriesProper lifting...

  • Ergonomics (Online Course)

    Ergonomics (Online Course)

    Know the basics of ergonomics with this vital introduction and gain crucial benefits for your company and your employees. It is so simple - employees who are ergonomically aware have fewer injuries and are often more productive and highly efficient. But complying with ergonomic standards requires a team effort between the workers and the employer. This course offers some tips to accomplish that, plus advice on how to recognize and correct potential...

  • Office Ergonomics (Online Course)

    Office Ergonomics (Online Course)

    Help workers avoid MSDs through this course. Pinched nerves. Strained muscles. Inflamed tendons. Musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs) can happen anywhere - even in the office and disrupt operations. This course is specifically designed to help workers know, understand and avoid MSDs. It also takes an in-depth look at how to make your office environment ergonomically correct, thus ensuring higher productivity from everyone. Common stress...

  • Fall Protection Online Course

    Fall Protection Online Course

    When it comes to fall protection, you have to have high standards for choosing the best one. Fall protection can be a tricky and dangerous game. One wrong move can result in permanent injury – or even death. But with this vital course, your employees can chalk up the perfect strategy and choose the most effective fall protection system for their jobs. And when they know how to use these safety devices, they are well-equipped to save...

  • Personal Fall Protection Online Training: One Step Beyond

    Personal Fall Protection Online Training: One Step Beyond

    Step up your fall protection system's safety measures. Each year around 150 to 200 workers are killed and more than 100,000 are injured because of falls. When your workers are working at heights, you cannot let safety standards come crashing down. This course based on Subpart M of OSHA Standard 1926, highlights fall protection measures for general industry employees It covers: Personal fall protection...

  • Scaffold Safety (Online Course)

    Scaffold Safety (Online Course)

    A firm scaffolding keeps your workers safe, your operations smooth and your profits high. Toughen your scaffolding safety precautions with this course. Covers the basics of scaffold safety. Each year, 4,500 workers are injured and 50 workers are killed because of loose scaffolding. But with this instructive online course, your employees can fortify their know-how of this equipment and enhance safety awareness. This course covers the basics of...

  • Slips, Trips and Falls: Taking the Right Steps (Online Course)

    Slips, Trips and Falls: Taking the Right Steps (Online Course)

    The road to accidents is a slippery one. Make sure that your workers know how to negotiate the dangers, maintain their balance and put the brakes on slips, trips and falls. One safety slip and your employees will be on the slippery road to accidents. Slips, trips and falls cause injuries in the workplace, and you have to smooth out the risks through this high-impact training course that advocates solid safety measures: awareness, good housekeeping...

  • Stairways and Ladders (Online Course)

    Stairways and Ladders (Online Course)

    Climb your way to safety with this sturdy guide to stairway and ladder use.Don't be deceived. Stairways and ladders may not appear to be as dangerous as scaffoldings, yet every year, over 34,000 workplace accidents involve stairways or ladders. Before your employees step on that stairway or ladder, they must review the crucial safety precautions in this on-line course. They must understand why these stairway and ladder accidents occur and what they...

  • Ladders (Online Course)

    Ladders (Online Course)

    Hold on to the rungs of safety with this solid guide on ladder use. Every year, there are thousands of ladder accidents, and without proper safety measures, the number can only climb. Take ladder safety several notches higher and see the mishap stats go way down. This course shows proper ladder use, explains the causes for ladder accidents and gives safety and preventive measures to avert these risks. Ladder selection Commonly used...

  • Walking And Working Surfaces (Online Course)

    Walking And Working Surfaces (Online Course)

    Smooth out the dangers on platforms, ramps and scaffolding. Walking and working on surfaces can be a rough experience, as slips, trips and falls can occur anytime. But through this important course, you can polish your safety standards on various walking and working surfaces. This program also helps you comply with OSHA's proposed 1910 Subpart I.Ramps ScaffoldsPlatforms To learn more about this and other online courses...

  • Spiral to Disaster (Online Course)

    Spiral to Disaster (Online Course)

    In massive industrial operations, the accidents can be catastrophic! Reinforce the need to follow safety measures with this program. In massive industrial operations, the accidents can be catastrophic! And you have to be ready for such a scenario. Formulate a good Emergency Action Plan (EAP) now and know the potential dangers if an EAP is NOT in place. Get a lesson on safety standards, so you never experience a tragedy like the destruction of one of...

  • Emergency Evacuation: Getting Out Alive (Online Course)

    Emergency Evacuation: Getting Out Alive (Online Course)

    In an emergency, knowledge spells the difference between death and survival. In an emergency situation, survival hinges on adequate training, preparation and an emergency action plan. This course explains several emergency situation responses, the importance of drills and the principles of RACE. It prepares your employees to handle any disaster - natural or otherwise and covers:How to respond in several emergency situationsThe...

  • Emergency Action Plan: Crisis under Control (Online Course)

    Emergency Action Plan: Crisis under Control (Online Course)

    With an EAP, not only will you comply with OSHA standards, you can also show your employees how to keep their cool and handle emergencies smoothly. Disasters - natural or man-made - can occur anytime, and an Emergency Action Plan must always be at hand to help your employees respond to the situation. It is essential not only for OSHA compliance but also for survival and minimization of loss. Cook up a strategic emergency plan by following the...

  • King’s Cross: Beneath the Flames (Online Course)

    King’s Cross: Beneath the Flames (Online Course)

    Dig into the facts and piece together the deadly causes of the 1987 London Underground fire. On November 18, 1987, at 7:30 PM, thirty people were killed in a fire that broke out in King's Cross station. The results were disastrous -- find out why and how this tragedy occurred and learn from the fatal errors outlined in this highly compelling course. Breakdown of communicationManaging safety To learn more about this and...

  • Portable Fire Extinguishers (Online Course)

    Portable Fire Extinguishers (Online Course)

    Get some handy information on basic fire control measures. Don't let your assets turn into ashes. Put out the fire with this course that explains the different classes of fire and offers practical tips on fire extinguisher use.Class A,B,C,D fires Class A,B,C,D extinguishers To learn more about this and other online courses click here.

  • Fire Extinguishers: Your PASS to Safety (Online Course)

    Fire Extinguishers: Your PASS to Safety (Online Course)

    When a fire breaks out, your employees have to keep their cool. When fire breaks out, your workers only have seconds to respond. Every delay can be costly. Even fatal. Give your employees accurate and concise annual training on fire extinguisher use. This course explains:Ways to eliminate the three elementsDifferent fire extinguishers and their usesClasses of fireThe PASS procedureWhen to call the fire...

  • Fire Safety Online Course

    Fire Safety Online Course

    Fire is the third-leading cause of death in the U.S., but people still underestimate its danger. Don't make that mistake. Don't turn your assets into ashes. Fire. It’s the third-leading cause of death in the U.S., but it's ironic that people still underestimate its danger when more than 150 fires occur in the workplace every day. This dramatic course will help you understand the causes of fires, safe housekeeping measures and emergency response...

  • Fire Safety: There`s No Second Chance (Online Course)

    Fire Safety: There`s No Second Chance (Online Course)

    When it comes to fire prevention, you cannot take any chances. You have to ensure that everyone is in the know about fire safety. Do NOT let fire burn away your organization, your profits, and your employees' lives. This course presents vital training points on the elements and classes of fire, the proper use of fire extinguishers and emergency action plans. It also explains:Elements and classes of fireFire preventionHow to...

  • Fire Safety: Alert, Aware, Alive (Online Course)

    Fire Safety: Alert, Aware, Alive (Online Course)

    Do your employees know what to do if a fire breaks out in your facility? The heat is off with this course. Show your employees life-saving information on the different types of fires, how they can be prevented and what should be done in case of a fire.Elements a fire needs to burnPreventionFire extinguishers To learn more about this and other online courses click...

  • Incident Command System: When Duty Calls (Online Course)

    Incident Command System: When Duty Calls (Online Course)

    When duty calls, make sure that your emergency responders know their roles to facilitate the response. In today's climate of terrorism, industrial accidents and natural disasters, emergency responders often work together to handle crises, as mandated by The National Incident Management System (NIMS). This course ensures that emergency responders and those responsible for your facility know their roles, duties and...

  • Aerial Lifts (Online Course)

    Aerial Lifts (Online Course)

    Safety with aerial lifts.Learn the necessary precautions for the safe operation of aerial lifts. To learn more about this and other online courses click here.

  • Bucket Trucks: Extending Your Safety (Online Course)

    Bucket Trucks: Extending Your Safety (Online Course)

    Use this vital program to keep your bucket truck operators safe. Bucket trucks make working at high elevations easier but if they are not operated safely, major accidents can occur. Use this vital program to keep your bucket truck operators safe. It covers: Operator training Pre-start inspection PPE Electricity To learn more about this and other online courses

  • Indoor Cranes (Online Course)

    Indoor Cranes (Online Course)

    Using a crane improperly can cause expensive breakdowns, product damage – and even serious injury. Indoor cranes perform a multitude of jobs that help increase productivity. However, using a crane improperly can cause expensive breakdowns, product damage – and even serious injury. This course has been carefully crafted to prevent those accidents and breakdowns by focusing on inspection procedures and safe operation techniques of the basic...