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.
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.
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.
The MTA Safety Program Disaster Recovery Planning online course defines the differences between emergency action plans and a disaster recovery plan. The components of both an emergency action and disaster recovery planning will be discussed. Learners will develop a tool box for developing emergency action plans and disaster recovery plans for a company. The learner will also be provided with information and tools to develop a personal/family disaster plan.
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.
Because of the widespread use and abuse of hand and powered tools and the severity of many tool injuries, it is important that the elimination of tool accidents be made a part of every safety program. In this presentation we will discuss various known hazards associated with the use of hand and power tools and methods you can apply to avoid disabling injuries especially to the hands.
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.
This online course provides annually-required OSHA training for employees exposed to regulated levels of noise in the workplace. Employees exposed to noise levels at or above 85 dB per 8 hours worked must be trained to recognize the effects of noise and how to select, use, fit, and maintain hearing protection equipment.