Workplace Safety Training Topics
Controlling workplace hazards and preventing injuries is critical to keeping employees safe. Learn about the risks of developing musculoskeletal disorders and how to prevent these types of injuries.
A well-thought-out driver safety program can help keep your employees safe, keep your work-related accident and insurance costs down, and reduce potential company liability.
In this video course, employees will understand how personal protective equipment, such as respirators and hearing protection, can prevent injuries during welding operations.
This course describes ways that a company can promote nutrition and physical activity for employees. It also emphasizes the importance of employee assistance programs (EAPs) for creating healthier and happier employees.
In this lesson we’ll discuss what bloodborne pathogens are and how they are spread. We’ll also explain OSHA requirements for exposure control plans and describe tasks and activities that are likely to cause exposure.
In this video course, employees will understand that every worker has the right and responsibility to use Stop Work Authority to stop unsafe acts and practices.
As mandated by OSHA, chemical safety data must be conveyed through the use of the standard communication elements found in the Globally Harmonized System for the Labeling and Classification of Chemicals, commonly called the GHS.
This program discusses some of the common hazards that aerial work platform operators must consider when using this equipment, as well as the safe work practices and operating techniques that must be followed.
Emergencies involving violence are unfortunately a real possibility in today’s workplace. One of your job responsibilities is to be prepared and know how to respond should such an emergency occur at your workplace.
To comply with OSHA requirements and build safety culture in the workplace, employers need to ensure that employees have a solid understanding of OSHA’s mission and how the agency protects them on the job.
A lot of safety training is directed at electricians and other qualified workers. But what about the rest of us? This course discusses how electricity works, what it can do to the human body and how to use electricity safely.
When accidents happen, it’s important to know why. This course explores the goals of an accident investigation, the process itself, and how employees can participate in the process to help make their workplace safer.
Ergonomic controls are used in almost all workplaces to prevent musculoskeletal disorders, or called repetitive stress injuries (RSIs). Learn the signs and symptoms of these disorders and how to prevent them.
Trucks are one of the most crucial forms of transportation to the American economy. Part of earning a Commercial Driver’s License is learning how to safety load and carry cargo. This program is designed for employees.
Every year, electrical workers are seriously injured or killed by being subjected to an electrical arc flash. Keep your employees safe by teaching them about safety-related electrical work best practices, maintenance requirements and administrative controls.
Substance abuse directly affects a construction worker’s health, personality and ability to function safely on a worksite.