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Listed below are training modules that we have available. This list changes regularly. This helps us customize training for each customer based upon their needs. Lessons in bold print below are annual requirements for all employers, lessons in bold/italics are requirements for many employers depending upon type of business.

 

AVAILABLE SAFETY LESSONS:

 

  1. A Drug Free Workplace
  2. Acetone Safety
  3. Acetylene Safety
  4. Alcohol Safety
  5. AQMD Rule 109 Recordkeeping
  6. Automotive Hoist Safety 
  7. Avoid Common Office Injuries
  8. Back Hoe Safety
  9. Battery Charging
  10. Bench and Pedestal Grinders
  11. Benzene Safety
  12. Bindery Safety
  13. Bloodborne Pathogens
  14. Burns
  15. Burns for Automotive Technicians
  16. Cadmium Safety (New!) 
  17. Carbon Monoxide Safety
  18. Cargo Dock Safety
  19. Chemical Storage Tips and Compatibilities
  20. Christmas Safety
  21. Circular Metal Cutting Saws
  22. Cleanliness in the Workplace
  23. CNC Machining Safety
  24. Cold Work
  25. Hazardous Waste Procedures
  26. Hybrid/Electric Servicing Safety (4 modules)
  27. Compressed Air Safety
  28. Confined Spaces
  29. Conveyors and Elevators
  30. Corrosives including Toxicology
  31. Crane Counterweights
  32. Crane Operations
  33. Craning Considerations
  34. Disaster Recovery
  35. Driving Safety
  36. Driving Safety Special lesson includes hazardous materials
  37. Earthquake Preparedness
  38. Eating in the Workplace
  39. Ecoli Food Safety Precautions
  40. Eight Crane Danger Signs to Watch For
  41. Electrical Safety
  42. Emergency Evacuation Training
  43. Emergency Response (Emergency Action)
  44. Employee Safety Responsibilities
  45. Ergonomics in the Lab
  46. Ergonomic Facts Update
  47. Excavations
  48. Eye Protection
  49. Eye Protection for Automotive Technicians
  50. Eye Protection for RV Industry
  51. Facts About Anthrax, Botulism, Pneumonic Plague and Smallpox
  52. Fall Protection
  53. Fastener Driver Safety
  54. Fire Extinguishers
  55. Fire Prevention
  56. First Aid
  57. Fish Processing Ergonomics
  58. Flexible Cord and Cable Safety
  59. Forklift Safety
  60. Frame Loading
  61. Freon Safety
  62. Fueling Operations and Static
  63. Gas Cylinder Safety
  64. Good Housekeeping
  65. Guardrails at Elevated Locations
  66. Hand Tool Safety
  67. Hand and Power Tool Safety
  68. Hand Protection
  69. Handling Batteries
  70. Handling Explosive Air Bag Charges
  71. Harassment
  72. Hard Hats
  73. Hazard Communication Part I - Labels (+ GHS)
  74. Hazard Communication Part II SDS (+ GHS)
  75. HazMat and Flammable Metal Training
  76. Hazardous Materials Security (New!)
  77. Hearing Protection
  78. Heavy Equipment Safety
  79. Hexavalent Chromium Safety
  80. High Voltage Safety
  81. Hoists and Cranes
  82. Hot Work Safety
  83. Hydrogen Sulfide Safety
  84. Important Chemical Safety Tips in the Home
  85. Job Site Safety
  86. Keep Your Office Safe From Electrical Hazards
  87. Kitchen Equipment Safety
  88. Kitchen Machine Guarding
  89. Kitchen Slips
  90. Kitchen Strains and Sprains
  91. Ladder Safety & Tips
  92. Laser Operations
  93. Lead Safety
  94. Liquid Nitrogen Safety
  95. Lockout/Tagout/Blockout
  96. Machine Guarding
  97. Machine Shop Safety
  98. Manager and Supervisor Safety Responsibilities
  99. Measuring Light in the Workplace
  100. Mercury Spill Cleanup Procedures (New!)
  101. Metalworking Fluids
  102. Milling Machine Safety
  103. Mobile Crane Outriggers
  104. Mobile (Cell) Phone Safety (Updated - 2009)
  105. Moving Heavy Equipment at the Jobsite
  106. Nail Gun Safety
  107. New Fall Protection Requirements
  108. Noise Safety
  109. Office Equipment and Machines
  110. Oxidizer Safety
  111. Parts Washing Tanks
  112. Pinch Point Safety
  113. Pipe Bender Safety
  114. Portable Abrasive Wheels
  115. Portable Band Saw Safety
  116. Portable Power Drill Safety
  117. Powder Actuated Tools
  118. Power Press Safety
  119. Power Washers
  120. PPE Construction Training
  121. PPE General Training
  122. Preventing Back Injuries
  123. Preventing Chemical Exposure (PPE)
  124. Preventing Muscle & Joint Injuries
  125. Preventing Sprains and Strains
  126. Printing Press Safety
  127. Process Oven Safety
  128. Propane Safety
  129. Proper Clothing in Hazardous Materials Areas
  130. Proper Lighting in the Workplace
  131. Repetitive Motion Injuries
  132. Reporting Injuries and Illnesses
  133. Respiratory Protection
  134. Rubber Mill Machines
  135. Safe Fueling Operations
  136. Safe Handling of Toxics
  137. Safe Use of Hand Trucks
  138. Safe Use of Knives and Box cutters
  139. Safe Use of Knives and Safe Cutting Procedures (kitchen)
  140. Safe Use of Titanium
  141. Safe Handling of Silica
  142. Safety Shoes
  143. Safety When Operating a Golf Cart
  144. Sandblasting Safety
  145. Servicing Vehicle Rims
  146. Seven Common Accident Causes
  147. Sexual Harassment
  148. Scaffolds - General and Timer schedules
  149. Scaffolds - Heavy Trade
  150. Scaffolds - Metal
  151. Scaffolds - Rolling
  152. Scaffolds - Light
  153. Scissors Lift Safety
  154. Shop Safety
  155. Signs and Labeling
  156. Slips and Falls
  157. Specific Waste Instructions
  158. Spill Cleanup Procedures
  159. Stairs and Walkways
  160. Storage and Handling of Flammables and Combustibles
  161. Storage and Handling of Toxics
  162. Tire Inflation
  163. Toxicology of Ammonia
  164. Toxicology of Bromine
  165. Toxicology of Chlorine
  166. Toxicology of Formaldehyde
  167. Trenches
  168. Trenches and Shoring
  169. Tugger Cable Puller Safety
  170. USPS What to do if you receive and anthrax threat
  171. Verbal De-Escalation
  172. Welding and Cutting Safety
  173. Why Do We Have Safety Meetings?
  174. Work on Energized Electrical Circuits and Apparatus
  175. Working Safely with Corrosives
  176. Working Safely with Solvents
  177. Working Safely with Nitric Acid
  178. Working Safely with Methanol
  179. Working Safely with Hydrofluoric Acid
  180. Workplace Violence Incident Procedures Training 

 
 
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