Comprehensive safety courses help you meet OSHA training requirements.
Microlearning Courses for a Safer Workplace
Decrease injuries, improve efficiency, and build a safety culture with these interactive, flexible, ready-to-go training modules.
An active shooter incident can happen in any workplace, at any time. Grounded in a no-nonsense approach to planning and preparing for the unthinkable, this course blends in learnings from the latest FBI research to enhance the Run-Hide-Fight strategy promoted by US Homeland Security. Workers learn specific, actionable steps to defend themselves and others when confronted with an active shooter, as well as how to respond when law enforcement arrives. Easily customize the learning for your specific work conditions, policies, and Emergency Action Plan.
Take care of your back, and your back will take care of you! In this course, your learners will understand their backs, recognize back injury risk factors, demonstrate ways to eliminate or reduce back injury hazards, know how to handle materials safely, and recognize and report concerns when it comes to back safety.
Training for exposure to bloodborne or airborne pathogens is critical for worker safety. In this curriculum, you will learn to identify bloodborne and airborne pathogen hazards, describe exposure controls and safe work practices, and list actions to take if an exposure incident occurs.
Workers can be seriously or fatally injured if machinery they service or maintain unexpectedly energizes, starts up, or releases stored energy. In this curriculum, you will learn how to identify workplace energy hazards, list safe practices to control hazardous energy, and describe the workplace energy control program.
This curriculum provides basic electrical safety knowledge for ALL workers who are not qualified to do electrical work but who use electrical tools and appliances, or might be in the vicinity of live electrical work. Your learners will understand how electricity works, recognize workplace electrical hazards, protect yourself from workplace electrical hazards, and know what to do if electric shock occurs.
Fire safety measures help prevent ignition of an uncontrolled fire, and limit the danger and damage of a fire after it starts. This curriculum will help workers understand what causes fires, how to prevent and protect against fires, evacuation procedures, and what to do if a fire injury occurs.
Forklifts may look easy to use, but there’s a lot of important information you need to know to operate one safely! This course will help you identify how forklifts work, prepare to safely operate them, understand how to drive and maneuver a forklift safely, examine stability and safe load handling, and identify safe forklift practices in the workplace.
You have a right to understand the risks associated with working with hazardous materials. This HazCom course will help you to understand the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard, how hazardous chemicals affect your body, the GHS compliant product labels, Safety Data Sheets and where to find them, and how to protect yourself from hazardous chemicals.
This safety course is focused on helping your learners better conserve their hearing. Learners will understand how dangerous noise works, describe methods to recognize and measure noise levels, understand ear damage and testing, as well as identify steps to protect their hearing.
This course is an introduction to good safety practices in the workplace. Your new employees will learn how to identify common workplace hazards, summarize safe work practices, describe emergency procedures, identify workplace PPE, and describe the Incident Prevention and Reporting process.
Every year thousands of workers become sick or are fatally injured due to occupational heat exposure. This course teaches workers how to recognize heat exposure hazards and provides tactics to avoid heat illness. Workers learn what to do in the event they or a coworker suffers from heat exposure. Easily customize the learning for your specific work conditions and policies.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) come in various types and protect various parts of the body. After completing this course, your learners will understand PPE requirements, be able to describe a basic hazard assessment, and know how to select appropriate PPE for different parts of the body.
You only get one pair of lungs! In this course, your learners will understand the basics of respiratory hazards and protection, learn about the different types of respirators, understand respirator maintenance and storage, and find out about respiratory protection program requirements.
Workplace safety culture is a result of positive attitudes towards safety from workers and management that lead to safer actions and consequences. This course will help workers define and explain the role of attitude in workplace safety. Use this course as a safety “tune-up” to remind every worker of actions they can take to keep the workplace and coworkers safe. Easily customize the learning for your specific culture, industry, and policies.
A safe workplace is sound business. The main goal of safety and health programs is to prevent workplace injuries, illnesses, and deaths, as well as the suffering and financial hardship these events can cause for workers, their families, and employers. OSHA recommends starting with a basic program and simple goals and growing from there. This curriculum provides the basic introduction you need to take a proactive approach to managing workplace safety and health.
Working at height with scaffolding accounts for some of the top most cited OSHA safety violations. This training will help workers identify scaffolding hazards, describe the duties of a “Competent Person,” summarize basic scaffold requirements, use fall protection and guardrails, and explain worker training requirements.
Stairways and ladders are involved in a large percentage of fall incidents. This safety curriculum focuses on helping your workers safely use and maintain stairways and ladders. Workers will be able to describe safety requirements for stairways and ladder use, as well as best work practices for using ladders safely.
Workplace Violence can strike your workplace through former or current workers, customers, or even seemingly random acts of strangers. This course teaches workers how to recognize and report early warning signs for violent behavior and offers strategies to help prevent violent situations. Workers learn what to do when confronted with an aggressor, and how to manage the consequences of a violent incident. Easily customize the learning for your specific work conditions, policies, and Emergency Action Plan.
|# of Learners||All Courses||One Course|
|Up to 100||$20.00||$10.00|
|101 - 250||$17.00||$8.50|
|251 - 500||$14.45||$7.23|
|501 - 1,000||$12.28||$6.14|
|1,001 - 2,500||$10.44||$5.22|
|2,501 - 5,000||$8.87||$4.44|