In compliance with OSHA 29 CFR 1910.1001 regulations, this Asbestos Awareness training is required for individuals having a role working with Asbestos Containing Materials (ACM) or exposure to them. This training provides a basic overview of asbestos and its associated hazards in addition to satisfying the employee training requirements under OSHA regulations.
Bloodborne pathogens are infectious microorganisms in human blood that can cause disease in humans. These pathogens include, but are not limited to: Hepatitis B (HBV), Hepatitis C (HCV), and Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV). This training will give you the required knowledge to protect yourself and what to do in case of an exposure.
The different types of infectious diseases; the situations in which you could potentially be exposed; how to protect yourself using PPE; how to dispose of biohazards; and what to do if you may have been exposed.
In occupational safety and health confined space accidents are of particular concern. These concerns are due to the hazards that they pose to the victim and subsequently to a rescue team. This online training will explore the key terms and definitions of a confined space; recognition of permit confined space vs non-permit confined space; atmospheric testing requirements and the safe levels of oxygen, and toxic gases. The duties of the Supervisor, attendant, and entrant will be discussed.
Provided training covers information required for authorized employees under the OSHA lockout/tagout standard (Control of Hazardous Energy, Code of Federal Regulations as Title 29 Part 1910.147). Recognize and understand the procedures in the Energy Control Program necessary to control hazardous energy during equipment servicing and maintenance, and your responsibilities.
In March 2020, COVID-19 was declared a pandemic by the World Health Organization (WHO). Along with this declaration, the United States saw large numbers of individuals being diagnosed with COVID-19 and put into action recommendations to decrease the spread of the virus. This online course will discuss the symptoms of COVID-19, ways in which the virus can be transmitted and what to do if a person becomes ill. We will look at the steps that individuals can take to protect themselves, their families, and others in the community.
Hazards present on job sites, at customer premises and our own businesses is important to preventing accidents and injuries. This program helps employees understand some of the most common types of injuries that happen within a customer premise. Training includes identifying several categories of hazards employees come in contact with during their daily duties at various job sites and customer premises. This training will help employees become aware of hazards and help them plan to eliminate accidents and injuries.
Distracted Driving training will help increase your knowledge of driver distractions, gain an understanding of how the becomes distracted, increase your knowledge of the risks associated with distracted driving, and increase your knowledge of ways to prevent distractive driving.
The MTA Safety Program Ergonomics online course defines the main concept of ergonomics, that we want to create a good fit between the person and what they do. This course identifies some of the signs and symptoms of musculoskeletal disorders, identifies and discusses the risk factors and provides examples of common work tasks. The learner is provided with examples to assistance them in evaluating and making minor adjustments to the work space.
The MTA Safety Program Facility Inspections Follow-Up online course reviews possible violations found in facilities. This online course looks at some of the common violations, solutions to those violations and the possible penalties for these violations. Learners will look at the criteria for penalties and how each person can help to prevent violations.
Training in workplace fire safety provides a sense of preparedness to employees and employers which, in turn, can add value to the overall health of the organization. Fire hazards can have a significant impact on your business as a whole. It may result in huge losses of life and resources that may even cost the company its future. A basic employee training in fire safety can help to inculcate peace of mind in the workplace which, in turn, can hugely improve your workplace productivity. This training will provide employee’s the standard fire safety awareness to effectively put out small fires and understand the importance of fire safety and drills.
The Global Harmonization System (GHS) is covered during this training. Training includes; the labeling of containers and their requirements, the safety data sheet format and the ease of use, responsibilities of Employers and Employees, types of chemical hazards, routes of exposure and personal protective equipment.
During this webinar we explore the eight dimensions of wellness; emotional, financial, occupational, social, spiritual, physical, intellectual and environmental. We define these dimensions, discuss how having balance in these areas impacts all aspects of our lives. We discuss practical and realistic methods to assist us in developing each of these dimensions to provide us with a balanced and fulfilled life.
Poisoning by dangerous gases are far too many. If we are careful enough, there is no need to worry. The most common gas poisonings that cause toxicity in our daily life are carbon monoxide but there many others. Depending on its concentration in the air, they can cause cardiac and pulmonary disorders, behavioral disturbance, central nervous system involvement and movement and vision disorders, headache, fatigue, coma, breathlessness and even death. They are particularly dangerous in enclosed spaces where its presence is difficult to perceive as most are colorless, tasteless, and odorless. This training will help the employee understand where they come from and how to prevent and eliminate exposure.
Falls are the leading cause of death in the workplace. This training covers safe practices to prevent falls and other physical injuries dealing with ladders and rooftops. Ladder users will be able to recognize and avoid ladder hazards and be aware of safe practices in inspecting, setting up, and working from this equipment. Employees will also understand the OSHA requirements for fall protection on roofs and any other elevated platforms above 4 feet.
Public safety requires that cargo being transported on the highway system must remain on or within the transporting vehicle under all conditions which could reasonably be expected to occur in normal driving. During this course we will review the procedures for securing cargo to include tie down requirements (direct and indirect); how to determine the number of tie downs required; when to re-examine and adjust cargo. We will also discuss the types of tie downs and how to inspect chains and synthetic straps for damage and when they are no longer serviceable.
Public safety requires that cargo being transported on the highway system must remain on or within the transporting vehicle under all conditions which could reasonably be expected to occur in normal driving.
Whether for medical or recreational use – is rolling out across the country. It's having an enormous impact on employers, who now have to ask many questions about these substances. This training will cover policies and laws regarding the use of these products.
Summer weather presents many challenges and has many dangers. During this course, we will review the potential danger of extreme heat, thunderstorms, and tornadoes, as well as weather terms, how to protect yourself, and first aid procedures. Rabies is a contagious and serious disease that is caused by a virus passed through the saliva of dogs and other wild animals to humans. Although most reactions to insect stings from a bee, wasp, hornet, or fire ant are mild, causing little more than redness, itching, stinging or minor swelling, in some rare cases these bites and stings can result in severe reactions. During this class we discussed the best ways to prevent getting bitten by either an animal or insect, and the treatment for both rabies and insect bites.
When hazards have been identified and exposure cannot be eliminated PPE must be used to prevent injuries. We discussed several types and classes of PPE to include eye ware, respiratory protection, hard hats, hand protection, and foot protection. Employers must also ensure their employees are trained on when PPE must be used, how to use it, its limitations, how to care and maintain their equipment, and the recommend replacement standards for their PPE.
During this session we review what warning signs and behaviors to look for, how to develop a culture of wellness and a support system within the workplace, and the available resources for a person in crisis.
IAW Section 312 of federal SARA Title III, the Emergency Planning and Community Right-to-Know Act (EPCRA) states that any facility covered by the Federal OSHA Hazard Communication Standard must report Extremely Hazardous Substances (EHSs), as identified under Section 302, in quantities at or above the Threshold Planning Quantities (TPQs), or 500 pounds (whichever is less); and/or Hazardous chemicals, regulated by the federal OSHA Hazard Communication Standard, which are present at your facility at or above 10,000 pounds at any one time during the calendar year. During training we identify which chemicals telecoms have on-site, to include Sulfuric Acid and Lead, which may exceed these thresholds and require reporting to the EPA.
This session provides information to help minimize incidents in work zones. The course contains information needed to help develop and implement Traffic Control Plans with regards to safety and current regulations.
During a typical day uutility service providers such as the electric, gas, telephone and cable companies often need to work on or near roadways and often involves the presence of work vehicles and equipment in the travel lanes of the roadway, on the shoulder, and/or within the right-of-way of active roads and highways. Although utility work is often less time-consuming than highway construction and maintenance activities, it still poses similar challenges and dangers to passing motorists and workers. Therefore, IAW the Utility Work Zone Traffic Control Guidelines this webinar reviews the basic principles of design and the minimum use of traffic control and warning devices for all streets and highways.
Almost every state in the U.S. has Workers Compensation. Most employers are required to purchase insurance that provides a range of benefits to employees who are injured or become ill because of their jobs. Employees get benefits regardless of who was at fault. In return, employers get protection from lawsuits by injured employees seeking money damages for pain and suffering. This training will make the employee aware of how WC premiums are calculated, what they can do to reduce the premium for their employer and false claims.