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55 Free Training Videos/CBTs
Free Training Topics
Description and Course Objectives
ATV and UTV Safety
All-Terrain Vehicles (ATVs) and Utility Vehicles (UTV's) safe operation. Module covers basic safe riding tips on both normal terrain and rough terrain (including uphill, downhill, and side hill conditions, handling curves, and crossing streams). Topics also include recommended Personal Protective Equipment, pre-ride inspections, center of gravity, transporting liquids, crossing public roads, emergency preparations, towing, backing up, and parking.
Access to Medical and Exposure Records
The module reviews employees right to know the extent of their exposure to harmful substances they work with and are exposed to. Employers are required to inform employees of their rights under this rule.
Active Shooter Awareness
This video was prepared by the Department of Homeland Security and provide basic awareness on what to do in Active Shooter incidents. This program will cover basic training on how to escape, hide, or fight.
Arc Flash Awareness
Training module covers employer requirements for labeling equipment's voltage, current, wattage, or other ratings as necessary. Along with the training requirements for providing qualified persons information to protect themselves from arc-flash hazards.
BBS Observations Help Video
Help video on how to submit BBS observation using Safework Solutions
This course provides awareness and proper actions to be taken when exposed to any bloodborne pathogens. It is to be reviewed on an annual basis by affected persons.
Compressed Gas Cylinders and O2 and Acetylene Cutting
Hazards associated with compressed gases include oxygen displacement, fires, explosions, and toxic gas exposures, as well as the physical hazards associated with high pressure systems. Special storage, use, and handling precautions are necessary in order to control these hazards
Confined Space Awareness (Entrant/Attendant)
Training in dangers of confined spaces, safe work procedures and attendant and entrant duties.
Construction Safety Orientation
Basic construction hazard and awareness orientation.
Contractor Safety Orientation
Basic contractor hazard and awareness orientation.
Crane Hand Signals
This course discusses the various crane hand signals.
Refresher course for experienced drivers on defensive driving principles needed to prevent accidents while driving autos, SUV's and pickup trucks. Course contains a video courtesy of Travelers Insurance.
Drug Free Workplace
Employee Awareness Training for a drug-free workplace and Employee Assistance Programs.
Dump Truck Safety
Safe operation of dump truck includes backing, loading and dumping.
Electrical Safety Awareness - Non-Qualified Worker
Topics include: electrical hazards in the workplace, procedures to follow when working around electricity, tasks can only be performed by qualified workers (e.g., maintenance and repairs), how to report electrical problems and what to do in the event of an emergency involving electricity. Qualified electrical workers require additional training.
Environmental Hazards In Construction
This course discusses environmental hazards in construction.
Ergonomics and Lifting Hazard Identification
Principles of ergonomics and their applications. Course covers risk factors and controls for proper use of equipment, tools, and machine controls. Use good work practices, including proper lifting techniques. Become more aware of work tasks that may lead to pain or injury. Recognize early symptoms of MSDs.
This excavation training is required for workers who work in trenches and excavations and designated excavation competent persons. Course topics include hazards, protective measures and procedures to safely work in excavations as well as competent person duties. The CBT has two required parts to complete training program.
Fall Protection Awareness
The Fall Protection Awareness module fulfills basic requirements for those employees who may be exposed to hazards involving falls.
Fire Extinguisher Safety
Educational program to familiarize employees with the general principles of fire extinguisher use and the hazards involved with incipient stage fire fighting.
First Aid Basics & CPR Basics
First Aid CPR Awareness training covers basic First Aid/CPR procedures.
Classroom training topics covering safe operation of forklifts including: operating instructions, controls, instrumentation and engine performance; steering, maneuvering and visibility; load capacity and stability; inspection and maintenance; refueling or charging; operating limitations; and workplace related conditions that effect safe operations such as pedestrian traffic and hazardous location classifications.
Hand and Powered Tool Safety
This course is designed to cover the general hazards and safety precautions associated with hand and power tool use.
Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment
Course reviews ten hazardous energy sources common to workplace exposures and methods of assessing risk levels involving likelihood and consequences used on a risk matrix.
The Hazard Communication including GHS training and awareness pertaining to the hazards communications standard, this module fulfills basic requirements for employees who may be exposed to hazardous chemicals.
Heat-Related Illness Prevention
Heat-related illness training about common signs and symptoms, providing first aid to affected workers, emergency medical services, job-related and personal risk factors, fluid replacement guidelines, work/rest cycles, and rest breaks.
Heavy Equipment Series
This course the safe use of heavy equipment.
This course discusses hot work safety and permitting.
Hydrogen Sulfide Awareness
Awareness training about the properties and characteristics of hydrogen sulfide including exposure limits and toxic levels. Course coverssafe hydrogen sulfide work procedures, effects of hydrogen sulfide exposure, detection and protection including contingency and emergency response plans for hydrogen sulfide release.
This course discusses how to perform safety inspections.
Job Safety Environmental Analysis
This course discusses the use of a Job Safety Environmental Analysis.
Ladder safety training to recognize hazards related to ladders and to use proper procedures to minimize these hazards.
Life Safety Rules
This course discusses various life safety rules.
Lockout/Tagout Affected Employee
Required training for affected employees who do not perform lockout but are involved in tasks under lockout and tagout control.
Lockout/Tagout Authorized Employee
Required training for authorized employees who de-entergize, test and restart equipment.
Lockout/Tagout Authorized Employee II (video only)
Awareness training for involved and affected by lockout tagout operations.
Awareness regrading travel to high risk areas.
Marine Trash and Debris (NTL…)
Annual BSEE required training for offshore oil and gas operators to follow best practices to prevent marine debris.
Maritime Transportation Security Act
Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002 (MTSA) was put into law by Congress in order to increase the security of our nation's seaports. The MTSA is essentially a safety program that aims to better identify and deter threats at our ports and in our waterways.
Mobile Elevated Work Platforms (MEWP's)
Operator training classroom content on Mobile Elevated Work Platforms (scissor lifts, self propelled booms, portable work platforms, trailer mounted booms, and self propelled vehicle lifts). Courtesy of Genie Lift Corporation.
Noise and Hearing Conservation
Required training for any employee exposed to an 8-hour time weighted average of 85 decibels and awareness training for all others exposed to noise at 90 dB or greater. Course include information about: the effects of noise on hearing; hearing protection (HP) devices; attenuation of various HP devices, fit, use, and care; and the purpose of audiometric testing. Course must be repeated annually for those employees included in the company hearing conversation program.
This course discusses OSHA inspections and what to expect.
To provide employees with the skills, knowledge, and abilities to provide an ergonomically safe work environment.
Personal Protective Equioment
Training to use PPE including: when PPE is necessary; what PPE is necessary; how to properly don, doff, adjust, and wear PPE; the limitations of the PPE; and proper care, maintenance, useful life and disposal of the PPE.
EPA Worker Protection Standard requires annual training to inform workers on the required protections afforded to them. Training is intended to reducing the risk of pesticide poisoning and injury among agricultural workers and pesticide handlers.
Respiratory Protection - N95 Masks
This course discusses the use of N95 masks for respiratory protection.
Respiratory Protection Awareness
Topics include: respirator necessity, fit, use and maintenance; limitations and capabilities; use in emergency situations; inspections and seal checks; maintenance and storage procedures; medical considerations of use and the general requirements of the OSHA respiratory standard.
Required training for anyone going offshore.
Scaffold Safety Awareness
General scaffold user hazard safety awareness for electrical, falls. collapse and falling object hazard recognition and prevention.
Health hazards and controls associated with exposure to respirable crystalline silica including engineering controls, work practices, and respirators to be used; and the medical surveillance program provisions.
Stop Work Authority
This course discusses the stop work authority.
Topics in this program include, Pre-operation checks, Getting Started, Safe Working Practices, Special Hazards: Inclines and Hillsides, Parking, Stopping and Re-fueling and Basic Towing.
This course discusses traffic flagging.
Work-Zone Traffic Control Safety
Focus four hazards associated with work-zone traffic control. Topics include falls, struck by, caught in between, electrocution and soft tissue injuries.
Training Content Types Supported
Multiple language options
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