Learn about the risks and legal responsibilities related to alcohol and drug use in the workplace, and strategies for a drug-free workplace. This course is for all employees, including managers.
This course is guidance for managers about alcohol and drug use in the workplace. Learn ways to implement an alcohol and drug policy, and steps if a worker is affected by alcohol or drugs.
Learn about the different types of pathogenic organisms and how they get into the body. Discover practical ways to stop the spread of pathogens, helping you prevent and control infection where you work.
This quick course covers some simple ways that everyone can keep the workplace clean and hygienic, including hand hygiene, respiratory hygiene, physical distancing, and more.
Workplace noise can seriously and permanently affect hearing. Learn about employers’ legal obligations for hearing conservation, effective use of hearing protection, and steps to take to prevent work-induced hearing loss.
Chemical safety starts with awareness and information. Learn how chemical exposure can occur, workers’ and employers’ legal responsibilities for chemical safety, and how to reduce the risks of chemical exposure at work.
Learn about energy sources, lockout/tagout (LOTO) procedures, safety programs for controlling hazardous energy, and regulations related to the OSHA standard.
Working outside for long periods comes with exposure hazards. Learn about environmental exposure and steps that organizations and workers can take to reduce the risks associated with working in sunny, hot, or cold conditions.
Using vibrating tools is a workplace hazard that can lead to hand-arm vibration syndrome (HAVS). Learn about what causes HAVS, how to reduce the risks, and what to do if any symptoms of this condition appear.
Learn about the importance of head protection in the workplace and employers’ legal obligations to provide it. This course covers different types and classes of hard hats, and why wearing a hard hat could be lifesaving.
Personal protective equipment (PPE) is clothing and equipment that protects against health and safety hazards at work. Learn about employers’ legal obligations, types of PPE, and ways to effectively use and maintain PPE.
Learn about the dangers of slips and trips, how to identify hazards that cause these accidents, and best practices to prevent slips and trips in the workplace.
Learn about powered industrial trucks and safe forklift use. Examine forklift-related accidents and strategies that can reduce them, as well as OSHA requirements for using forklifts, and general safety tips.
Learn manual handling risk management, and tips and strategies for back safety and injury prevention.
Learn about working at heights, legal obligations related to fall protection, and the risk management process.
Learn about how fire starts, and how to prevent and respond to a fire emergency, including the use fire extinguishers.
You hope you’ll never need to know what to do if you encounter an active shooter situation, but being prepared is something that could save your life and the lives of those around you.
Take this course and find out how you can work safely.
Healthy and well-motivated employees can have an equally positive impact on the productivity and effectiveness of a business.
This course will help you understand US laws and procedures in place to ensure workplace safety.
This course covers company policies and procedures to help prevent and address trauma in the workplace.
In addition to workplace safety, stress management is a key health hazard that should be addressed by your company.
To create a safe work environment, companies should address concerns like workplace bullying and the risk of being assaulted by customers, invaders, even coworkers.
In addition to workplace safety, stress management and office-related injuries such as carpal tunnel syndrome should be addressed by your company.