OSHACADEMY Courses

OSHACADEMY Courses

OSHACADEMY Courses

Description: This course introduces you to OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard, 1910.1200 (HCS 2012), and the general requirements for manufacturers, distributors, importers, employers and employees. Emphasis is placed on awareness of classification of hazards, labeling, the safety data sheet (SDS) and training requirements.

Features: 1 Course Hour which includes 2 Modules

1. Controls and Labelling

2. Safety Data Sheets

Description: This course is an introduction to the various types of personal protective equipment (PPE), including eye and face protection, head protection, arm and hand protection, foot protection, body protection, and respiratory protection.

Features: 1 Course Hour which includes 2 Modules

  1. General PPE Requirements
  2. Types of PPE

Description: This course is an introduction the basic elements of effective safety supervision with emphasis in five key supervisor responsibilities: providing oversight, training, accountability, resources, and psychosocial supports.

Features: 1 Course Hour which includes 2 Modules

  1. The first “STAR” Responsibility
  2. More “STAR” Responsibilities

Description: This course is an introduction to the basic elements of effective safety leadership with emphasis on successful leadership styles and how to demonstrate safety leadership through active involvement in the safety management system (SMS).

Features: 1 Course Hour which includes 2 Modules

  1. What is “Leadership?”
  2. Leadership in Action

Description: This course is a basic awareness-level introduction to safe practices related to walking-working surfaces, ladders, stairs, fall protection and protection from falling objects, as detailed in OSHA 1910 Subpart D, Walking-Working Surfaces.

Features: 1 Course Hour which includes 2 Modules

  1. Surface Hazards Causing Falls
  2. Protection Against Falls

Description: This course provides a brief one-hour overview of basic electrical safety on the job. Emphasis is placed on the various electrical hazards encountered in the workplace, and how to protect yourself from those hazards

Features: 1 Course Hour which includes 2 Modules

  1. Electrical Hazards
  2. Protective Measures

Description: This course is an introduction to the elements of an effective safety recognition program. Employees, safety committees, supervisors, safety staff, and managers should all be familiar with how to develop an effective recognition program that recognizes and rewards employees in an effective way, and help to ensure a world-class safety culture.

Features: 1 Course Hour which includes 2 Modules

  1. What is Effective Recognition
  2. Rules and Ideas

Description: The course is an introduction to the basic principles and requirements for safety training as detailed within OSHA Publication 3824, Resource for Development and Delivery of Training to Workers, and Publication 2254, Training Requirements in OSHA Standards. Emphasis is placed on the knowledge-skills-abilities (KSA) training process, trainer qualifications, and the basics of course development.

Features: 1 Course Hour which includes 2 Modules

  1. What is Safety Education?
  2. Trainer Qualifications and Course Development

Description: This course is an introduction to the basic principles and best practices for identifying and controlling workplace hazards. The primary emphasis is placed on using the “Hierarchy of Controls” to eliminate or mitigate hazards and exposure to hazards.

Features: 1 Course Hour which includes 2 Modules

  1. Identifying Hazards
  2. Controlling Hazards

Description: This course is designed to introduce you to the steps in a basic Job Hazard Analysis (also called Job Safety Analysis). The course covers risk assessment, prioritizing jobs, writing the steps, determining hazards, including safety precautions, and tips on writing safe job procedures.

Features: 1 Course Hour which includes 2 Modules

  1. Writing Steps: Determining Hazards
  2. Preventing Measures: Safe Job Procedure

Description: This course is designed to introduce management and employees with OSHA, it’s organization, and how to effectively work with OSHA to help make your workplace safe.

Features: 1 Course Hour which includes 2 Modules

  1. About OSHA
  2. Rights and Responsibilities

Description: Ergonomics includes the scientific study of people at work. The goal of ergonomics is to reduce stress and eliminate injuries and disorders associated with the overuse of soft tissues. This course will help you gain a basic understanding of the hazards and best practices associated with ergonomics in general industry.

Features: 1 Course Hour which includes 2 Modules

  1. Identifying Ergonomic Hazards
  2. Controlling Ergonomic Hazards

Description: This course introduces the student to the basic concepts and principles for machine safeguarding as described by OSHA in 1910 Subpart O, Machinery and Machine Guarding. The focus of this course is on the hazardous motions and actions that contribute to different machine-related accidents, and the safeguards used to help prevent those accidents.

Features: 1 Course Hour which includes 2 Modules

  1. Hazards of Moving Parts
  2. Methods of Machine Safeguarding

Description: This course introduces the student to the safety hazards, precautions, and requirements within OSHA 1910 Subpart Q, Welding, Cutting, and Brazing. Various types of welding operations are discussed. Emphasis is placed on how to prevent and mitigate exposure to hazards

Features: 1 Course Hour which includes 2 Modules

  1. Welding Processes and Hazards
  2. Welding Safe Work Practices and PPE

Description: This course has general information about the safe use of forklifts, including loading, transferring loads, and unloading. The hazards associated with operating forklifts in enclosed areas and construction sites are also discussed.

Features: 1 Course Hour which includes 2 Modules

  1. The Forklift
  2. Operating the Forklift

Description: OSHA’s hearing protection standard, 1910.95, Occupational noise exposure, is designed to protect workers from hearing impairment. This course introduces requirements and best practices with emphasis on monitoring, audiometric testing, hearing protectors, training, and the hearing conservation program.

Features: 1 Course Hour which includes 2 Modules

  1. Noise and the Basics
  2. Hazard Controls and Preventive Measures

Description: This course introduces you to how industrial hygienists use environmental monitoring and analytical methods to detect the extent of health hazards and worker exposure to those hazards in the workplace, and recommend solutions to mitigate those hazards and exposures.

Features: 1 Course Hour which includes 2 Modules

  1. Industrial Hygienists, Air Quality, and Hazardous Chemicals
  2. Biological and Physical Health Hazards

Description: This course is an introduction of the basic steps in an effective accident investigation that will help you to accurately determine the facts, understand injury analysis, surface-cause analysis, and root-cause analysis

Features: 1 Course Hour which includes 2 Modules

  1. Gathering the Facts
  2. Analyzing the Facts

Description: Employees who work in confined spaces face an increased risk of serious physical injury from hazards such as entrapment, engulfment and hazardous atmospheric conditions. This course will discuss the types of confined spaces an employee may enter and the type of training needed to protect them from the hazardous materials that may exist inside a confined space.

Features: 2 Course Hours which includes 5 Modules

  1. Confined Space Basics
  2. Confined Space Entry Team
  3. Confined Space Rescues
  4. Confined Space Training Requirements
  5. Confined Spaces in Construction

Description: This course describes the hazards of electrical work and basic approaches controlling those hazards. You will learn skills to help you recognize, evaluate, and control electrical hazards. This information will prepare you for additional safety training such as hands-on exercises and more detailed reviews of regulations for electrical work.

Features: 2 Course Hours which includes 3 Modules

  1. The Basics
  2. Recognizing Hazards
  3. Evaluating Risk and Controlling Hazards

Description: This course is designed to introduce management and employees to the seven key elements of a Safety and Health Management Program. It emphasizes steps in developing and deploying the seven elements.

Features: 2 Course Hours which includes 3 Modules

  1. Seven Core Elements
  2. Taking Action
  3. Getting Started

Description: This course covers the potential hazards and safe practices for moving, handling, and storing materials involving diverse operations such as hoisting, carrying, and stacking.

Features: 2 Course Hours which includes 4 Modules

  1. Manual Handling
  2. Mechanical Handling
  3. Cranes and Slings
  4. Conveyors, Housekeeping, and Storage

Description: This course focuses on the requirements of the OSHA Standard 1910.147, The control of hazardous energy (lockout/tagout). When lockout/tagout is not performed correctly, it usually results in a serious injury or fatality.

Features: 2 Course Hours which includes 3 Modules

  1. Introduction to Rule Requirements
  2. Training and Inspections
  3. Lockout/Tagout Procedures

Description: OSHA requires employers to develop and maintain emergency action plans and fire prevention plans to help ensure their employees are protected and to minimize property loss due to emergency situations.

This two-hour course is an introduction to three emergency preparedness topics: the elements of an effective Emergency Action Plan (EAP), exit route requirements, and the Fire Prevention and Protection Plan (FPP).

Features: 2 Course Hours which includes 3 Modules

  1. The Emergency Action Plan (EAP)
  2. Exit Route Requirements
  3. Fire Prevention and Protection Plans

Description: OSHA estimates more than 5.6 million workers are at risk of occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens. All occupational exposure to blood or other potentially infectious materials (OPIM) place workers at risk for infection with bloodborne pathogens. This course is designed for individuals who require bloodborne pathogens training, but are not required to develop or manage their exposure control plan (ECP).

Features: 2 Course Hours which includes 14 Modules

  1. What are Bloodborne Pathogens?
  2. Specific Bloodborne Pathogens
  3. Transmitting Bloodborne Pathogens
  4. Your Employer’s Exposure Control Plan
  5. Recognize The Potential For Exposure
  6. Exposure Control Methods
  7. Needlestick Safety
  8. Universal Precautions
  9. Personal Protective Equipment
  10. Laboratory Safety
  11. Hepatitis B (HBV) Immunization
  12. When An Exposure Occurs
  13. Housekeeping
  14. Communicating A Hazard

Description: According to the OSHA Act, every employer has a legal obligation to furnish a place of employment free from known hazards. Learn how to develop an effective proactive safety management system using time-tested methods that have proven successful in all organizations. This course discusses critical elements of a successful safety management system, including developing safety programs, policies, plans, processes, and procedures.

Features: 6 Hours Course which includes 8 Modules

  1. Commitment and Leadership
  2. Accountability
  3. Safety Involvement
  4. Safety Communications
  5. Hazard Identification & Control
  6. Accident Investigation
  7. Safety Education
  8. Continuous Improvement

Description: Effective safety committees are required in several states and provide substantial benefits to companies and other organizations. Unfortunately, most safety committees do not understand their purpose or the role they play in assisting management to provide a safe and healthful workplace. This course helps the student understand his/her responsibilities as a safety committee member. It will help the safety committee chairperson successfully lead a safety team and develop a world-class safety culture

Features: 6 Hours Course which includes 8 Modules

  1. Role, Purpose, and Function
  2. Getting Started
  3. Motivating Involvement
  4. Education and Training
  5. Hazard Analysis Tools
  6. Problem Solving Techniques
  7. Effective Recommendations
  8. Effective meetings

Description: This course is necessary for anyone who is required to investigate accidents. It gives you the information needed to effectively analyze an accident event by uncovering the cause of injury, and the primary and contributing surface causes for the accident. You will also develop the skills needed to analyze and evaluate your safety management system (SMS) for root causes. You’ll learn why the question of fault and possible discipline is often irrelevant and inappropriate when conducting an accident investigation.

Features: 6 Hours Course which includes 8 Modules

  1. The Basics
  2. Step 1: Initiate the Investigation
  3. Step 2: Document the Scene
  4. Step 3: Perform Interviews
  5. Step 4: Conduct Event Analysis
  6. Step 5: Conduct Cause Analysis
  7. Step 6: Develop Solutions8.
  8. Step 7: Write the Report

Description: This is a necessary course for anyone managing a safety training program or conducting safety training. This course helps safety professionals gain the knowledge and skills necessary to develop and implement an effective safety training program that meets OSHA safety and health program requirements and ANSI/ASSE Z490.1-2009, Criteria for Accepted Practices in Safety, Health, and Environmental Training guidelines. For a more comprehensive look at safety training within an organization, complete the 36-Hour OSH Trainer Program and/or courses 721 OSH Training Development and 723 Conducting OSH Training.

 

Features: 6 Hours Course with 8 Modules

  1. Module 1: Defining Education
  2. Module 2: Safety Instruction and Training
  3. Module 3: Program Development
  4. Module 4: Roles and Responsibilities
  5. Module 5: Program Evaluation – ANSI
  6. Module 6: Program Evaluation – OSHA
  7. Module 7: The 5 Levels of Evaluation
  8. Module 8: Program Improvement

Description: By taking this course, safety directors, safety committee members, supervisors, and managers will gain a greater ability to identify the various categories of hazards in their workplace, and apply strategies used to make sure hazards are eliminated or reduced. Emphasis is placed on applying the “hierarchy of controls” strategies to eliminate hazards.

Features: 5 Hours Course which includes 7 Modules

  1. Basic Concepts
  2. Hazard Categories
  3. Identifying Hazards
  4. Analyzing the Workplace
  5. Controlling Hazards
  6. Problem Solving
  7. Effective Recommendations

Description: All employers must identify the hazardous chemicals they use and develop a hazard communication program (HAZCOM) to inform their employees about those chemicals. However, failing to maintain a written HAZCOM program is one of the most common OSHA violations. This course introduces you to Part 1910 Subpart Z – Toxic and Hazardous Substances – 1910.1200 Hazard Communication and the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) for labeling. Written program requirements, labeling, and Safety Data Sheet (SDS) maintenance and training will be discussed. A sample written hazard communication program is also reviewed.

 

Features: 5 Course Hours which includes 5 Modules

  1. General Responsibilities
  2. Analyzing the Workplace
  3. Container Labeling
  4. Safety Data Sheets
  5. Information and Training

Description: If your company is working towards OSHA’s SHARP or VPP certification, you need to be conducting a Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) on all hazardous tasks. This course is designed to introduce the important steps in conducting a Job Hazard Analysis (also called Job Safety Analysis) for the purpose of writing a safe job procedure. This course includes a discussion of conducting a risk assessment, prioritizing jobs, writing the steps, determining hazards, including safety precautions, and tips on writing safe job procedures.

 

Features: 6 Hours with 6 Modules

  1. Prepare to Conduct the JHA
  2. List the Steps
  3. Describe the Hazards
  4. Develop Preventive Measures
  5. Write the Safe Job Procedure
  6. Improve the JHA Process

Description: If your company has a safety committee, it’s critical that meetings are conducted in an efficient and effective manner. This course covers the safety committee meeting process. The role and purpose of the safety committee, preparing and conducting the meeting, success tools, handling conflict, and activities after the meeting are also discussed. With this course, you will learn how to develop the techniques and tools to conduct an interesting meeting filled with motivated members.

Features: 5 Hours Course which includes 7 Modules

  1. Rule Requirements
  2. Role and Responsibility
  3. Preparing for the Meeting
  4. Conducting the Meeting
  5. Safety Committee Success Tools
  6. Handling Problem Situations
  7. After the Meeting

Description: It’s tough for any company to develop a safe and healthful workplace without an effective Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) program. This course provides information on using personal protective equipment to effectively protect workers from being exposed to workplace hazards. Because hazards exist in every workplace, it is important for managers and supervisors to be knowledgeable about program management, hazard assessment, and training requirements.

 

Features: 5 Course Hours and 7 Modules

  1. General Requirements
  2. PPE Training Requirements
  3. Eye and Face Protection
  4. Respiratory Protection
  5. Head, Hand and Foot Protection
  6. Electrical Protective Equipment
  7. Hearing Protection

Description: This important course focuses on the requirements of the Energy Control Program, commonly called the Lockout/Tagout Program. When lockout/tagout is not performed correctly, it usually results in a serious injury or fatality. With lockout/tagout being OSHA’s fifth most commonly cited violation, this course is a must for any employee who is responsible for servicing and maintaining equipment or machinery.

 

Features: 6 Course Hours which includes 8 Modules

  1. Purpose, Scope, and Application
  2. Energy Control Program Components
  3. Training and Communication
  4. Periodic Inspection
  5. Materials and Hardware
  6. Application of Energy Control Devices
  7. Release from Lockout/Tagout
  8. Contractors, Group Lockout/Tagout, Shift Change

Description: When performing work in awkward postures or with excessive effort, you may experience fatigue, discomfort, and musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). The basic principles of ergonomics introduced in this course should be a vital component in every industry. This is especially true in the manufacturing, retail, and service industries where there is an increased rate and cost of ergonomic injuries. The main components in this course include risk factor identification, basic workstation design options, and hazard control strategies to eliminate or reduce those risk factors. Take this course prior to taking Course 722 Ergonomics Program Management.

 

Features: 4 Hours Course which includes 5 Modules

  1. Defining Ergonomics
  2. Risk Factors in the Worker
  3. Risk Factors in the Task
  4. Risk Factors in the Environment
  5. Controlling Risk Factors

Description: Supervisors need to take a tough-caring leadership approach to safety. In other words, employers must insist their employees comply with safety policies and rules because they care about the welfare of the employee and not because it is the policy. This course will help new supervisors gain a greater understanding of their responsibilities and obligations to provide physical resources and psychosocial support to ensure work areas are safe and healthful. This course emphasizes administering appropriate and effective accountability through the application of positive and negative consequences. Supervisors will also learn how to take advantage of “opportunities for safety leadership” on a daily basis.

Features: 6 Course Hours with 8 Modules

  1. Safety Responsibilities
  2. Identifying Hazards
  3. Correcting Hazards
  4. Providing Safety Training
  5. Providing Safety Supervision
  6. Ensuring Safety Accountability
  7. Creating a Culture of Consequences
  8. Safety Leadership

Description: Employees who work in confined spaces face increased risk of serious physical injury. Hazards involving a confined space include entrapment, engulfment, and dangerous atmospheric conditions. As a result, employees who conduct work within confined spaces must be properly trained. This course presents information on the definition of a confined space, hazards of a permit-required confined space, and alternative procedures to control atmospheric hazards. The written program and entry permit system, rescue and emergency services, and importance of training are also discussed.

Features: 7 Course Hours which includes 9 Modules

  1. Confined Space Basic Concepts
  2. Program Elements
  3. The Confined Space Permit
  4. Atmospheric Hazards
  5. Non-Atmospheric Hazards
  6. Controlling Hazards
  7. The Confined Space Entry Team
  8. Confined Space Rescue
  9. Training Requirements

Description: Employees who conduct work on elevated surfaces are exposed to fall hazards and are required to receive fall-protection training. This course will aid in decreasing fall hazards by explaining the components of an effective fall-protection program, training requirements, and emergency response. Personal fall-arrest systems, fall-restraint systems, and other fall-protection systems will be discussed, with general instructions on how to properly inspect and maintain equipment. Fall protection on ladders, scaffolds, and aerial platforms are also important topics covered in this course.

 

Features: 7 Course Hours which includes 9 Modules

  1. Important Questions
  2. Fall Protection Program Elements
  3. Identifying and Evaluating Fall Hazards
  4. Supported and Suspended Access
  5. Fall Protection Systems I
  6. Fall Protection Systems II
  7. Fall Protection Training
  8. Inspection and Maintenance
  9. Rescue at Height

Description: This course describes the hazards of electrical work and basic approaches to working safely. You will learn skills to help you recognize, evaluate, and control electrical hazards. This information will prepare you for additional safety training such as hands-on exercises and more detailed reviews of regulations for electrical work. This course is vital, as electrical safety is part of two of OSHA’s 10 most frequently cited violations.

 

Features: 7 Course Hours and 10 Modules

  1. Electricity is Dangerous
  2. The Dangers of Electrical Shock
  3. Electrical Burns
  4. The Electrical Safety Model
  5. Recognizing Hazards
  6. Evaluating Your Risk
  7. Safe Work Environments
  8. Working on Live Circuits
  9. Safe Work Practices
  10. Electrical Protective Equipment

Description: The Safety and Health Management System is extremely important to the long-term success of an organization. This course will introduce you to the Safety and Health Achievement Program (SHARP) Audit process by discussing an audit process similar to that used by OSHA evaluators. Even if your company doesn’t anticipate participating in the SHARP program, the information within this online course is vital in your efforts to improve the quality of your safety management system.

 

Features: 3 Course Hours with 4 Modules

  1. Safety Management System (SMS) Basics
  2. Analyzing the SMS
  3. Cause Analysis
  4. Evaluating the SMS
  5. The Safety & Health Achievement Recognition Program (SHARP)
  6. The Voluntary Protection Program (VPP)

Description: Several Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards explicitly require employers to have emergency action plans for their workplaces. Emergency preparedness is a well-known concept in protecting workers’ safety and health. This course also discusses the OSHA requirements detailed in 29 CRF 1910.38 (Emergency Action Plan). This standard is important for employers, managers, training directors, and other safety professionals.

 

Features: 4 Hours Course which includes 5 Modules

  1. Basic Questions
  2. Developing the EAP
  3. Policies and Procedures
  4. Responsibilities & Training
  5. Review, Coordinate & Update

Description: The Fire Prevention Plan goes hand-in-hand with the Emergency Action Plan. Both plans should be included in an effective safety management system. This course covers best practices and OSHA requirements detailed within 29 CFR 1910.39 (Fire Prevention Plans). According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), 70,000 to 80,000 workplaces experience a serious fire in the United States each year. Therefore, everyone should be trained on fire prevention and how they can protect their worksite.

Features: 6 Course Hours which includes 8 Modules

  1. Basic Questions
  2. Controlling Hazards
  3. Fixed Extinguishing Systems
  4. Employee Alarm Systems
  5. Portable Fire Extinguishers
  6. Exit Route Requirements
  7. Responsibilities & Training8.
  8. FPP Program Evaluation

 

Description: Every company that operates a fleet of vehicles needs to develop and implement a Fleet Safety Plan. This course introduces you to the various components of a Fleet Safety Program and offers suggestions on how to manage it effectively. By developing and maintaining an effective fleet safety program, you will be empowered to save lives, reduce risks of life-altering injuries, protect your organization’s human and financial resources, and protect yourself against liabilities.

 

Features: 5 Course Hours which includes 7 Modules

  1. The Big Picture
  2. Duties and Responsibilities
  3. Operator Responsibilities
  4. Driver Selection
  5. Driver Training & Evaluation
  6. Accident Investigations
  7. Selection & Maintenance

Description: Any form of violence in the workplace can devastate your safety culture. This course introduces the student to an important seven-step process of developing an effective workplace violence prevention program. This course covers various topics, including initial assessment, written policy development, prevention measures, training, reporting and investigation, post-incident follow-up, and program evaluation. When workplace violence is reduced and eliminated, you are sure to see an increase in employee morale and a decrease in employee turnover, which positively affects your bottom-line

Features: 6 Course Hours which includes 8 Modules

  1. Initial Assessment and Security Review
  2. Develop a Policy Statement
  3. The Violence Prevention Plan (VPP)
  4. Education and Training
  5. Incident Reporting and Investigation
  6. Post-Incident Follow-up
  7. Organizational Recovery
  8. Program Evaluation

Description: This course is vital for anyone responsible for developing successful safety training courses. This course helps safety professionals gain the knowledge and skills necessary to develop and implement effective safety training that meets OSHA safety and health program requirements and ANSI/ASSE Z490.1-2009, Criteria for Accepted Practices in Safety, Health, and Environmental Training guidelines. You will learn if specific safety issues can be solved by training, how to identify training needs, the process of developing goals and objectives, how to create memorable learning activities, and the importance of documenting the training. For a more comprehensive look at safety training within an organization, complete the 36-Hour OSH Trainer Program or courses 703 Introduction to OSH Training and 723 Conducting OSH Training.

 

Features: 4 Course Hours and 5 Modules

  1. Is Training the Answer?
  2. Training Needs
  3. Goals and Objectives
  4. Learning Activities
  5. Training Documentation

Description: Ergonomics related claims account for more direct accident costs than any other category. You owe it to yourself, your co-workers, and your employees to develop a strong ergonomics program. This course introduces the student to the various steps in planning and implementing a successful ergonomics program. Emphasis is placed on analyzing and controlling workplace risk factors, medical management strategies and training.

 

Features: 6 Course Hours which includes 8 Modules

  1. Setting the Stage for Action
  2. Analyzing the Workplace
  3. Identifying Risk Factors
  4. Ergonomics Job Hazard Analysis
  5. Controlling Risk Factors
  6. Implementing Controls
  7. Medical Management
  8. Ergonomics Education and Training

Description: Those responsible for developing and conducting safety training within an organization should learn and continually review the important concepts in this course. Topics discussed include logistics and preparation for training, tips on making your training presentation successful, adult learning principles, listening skills, asking and answering questions, and a final module covering the On-the-Job Training (OJT) process. For a more comprehensive look at safety training within an organization, complete the 36-Hour OSH Trainer Program or courses 703 Introduction to OSH Training and 721 OSH Training Development.

 

Features: 5 Course Hours and 6 Modules

  1. Get Ready…
  2. Get set…
  3. Go!
  4. Ask it…
  5. Handle it…
  6. The 7-Step OJT Process

Description: Industrial hygiene is the science of anticipating, recognizing, evaluating, and controlling workplace conditions that may cause illness in the workplace. This training introduces how industrial hygienists use environmental monitoring and analytical methods to detect the extent of worker exposure. How to employ engineering controls, work practice controls, and other methods to control potential workplace health hazards is also discussed.

Features: 5 Course Hours which includes 6 Modules

  1. Industrial Hygiene and OSHA
  2. Indoor/Outdoor Air Quality
  3. Chemical Hazards
  4. Biological Hazards
  5. Physical Hazards
  6. Ergonomic Hazards

Description: Bloodborne Pathogens Program Management is designed to provide students with the essential knowledge necessary to help reduce or eliminate the occupational risk of bloodborne pathogens and develop a comprehensive Exposure Control Plan (ECP). This training program teaches the information every safety leader needs to know in order to help avoid an accidental exposure to potentially infectious materials and how to manage an accidental exposure if one occurs.

Features: 3 Course Hours which includes 11 Modules

  1. What are Bloodborne Pathogens?
  2. Specific Bloodborne Pathogens
  3. Transmitting Bloodborne Pathogens
  4. Establishing an Exposure Control Plan
  5. Recognize The Potential For Exposure
  6. Exposure Control Methods
  7. Personal Protective Equipment
  8. Hepatitis B (HBV) Immunization
  9. When An Exposure Occurs
  10. Housekeeping
  11. Communicating A Hazard
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