This program addresses both the leading risk factors for motor vehicle accidents and how to ensure safety through accident prevention.
This driving safety program focuses on teaching workers the basics of safe, defensive driving and avoiding the hazards of distracted driving.
Breathing air without high levels of toxin, but with essential levels of oxygen is necessary to human life. This program shows workers how to safeguard their health through respiratory protection. After reviewing respiratory hazards, the course demonstrates how proper ventilation and PPE – from simple dust masks, to air purifying or air supplying respirators – can provide the protection workers need.
This program will show your crew techniques to prevent wear and tear on their backs while also helping them to understand why these methods will actually work. Among other things, this course describes how the back functions and why it is important to avoid bad postures, using faulty methods when lifting, or even being hunched over the computer for long periods of time.
You’ve powered down the machine. Now you’re ready to service it. Or are you? This program focuses on the basics of Lockout/Tagout, as well as on some of the complications workers are likely to encounter, such as when and how to use multiple locks, why and how to use tags without locks in certain cases, and how to maintain Lockout/Tagout during a shift change.
To reduce the safety and environmental hazards that can result from hazardous releases, OSHA mandated the Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response standard, also known as HAZWOPER. This program will give you an overview of employee rights and responsibilities that apply when working with and around hazardous substances.