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Art Safety for Educational Facilities

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Art Safety for Educational Facilities

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Art is a creative process. However, some of the tools and methods artists use to create their work can pose hazards. Some are pretty obvious, such as paint pigments, but there are other hazardous chemicals in art studio environments that may not be as obvious. Different art forms come with unique hazards, so artists will need to take the right precautions for their specific work. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able to identify hazardous chemicals common in art studio environments, hazard controls common to art studios, safe work practices in art studio environments, and recommended emergency procedures. This course is designed for students or employees in art studio environments.

Basic First Aid

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Basic First Aid

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Emergencies can happen any time, any place. This course will teach employees the basics of first aid procedures and how to apply them to real-world scenarios. Employees will learn how to identify the steps for conducting basic first aid. They will also learn how to recognize the symptoms and procedures for common first aid situations. This course is presented in English and Spanish.

Bloodborne Pathogens

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Bloodborne Pathogens

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This course has been designed as a bloodborne pathogens (BBP) awareness training specifically for educational professionals.  It will meet your annual compliance training requirements for bloodborne pathogens while providing information that is relevant in your classroom, lunchroom, school bus, playground, or front office. This training does not meet the requirements for OSHA Category A employees. Learners must earn at least an 80% on all four quizzes to earn a certificate of completion.

Learning Objectives:

  • Define bloodborne pathogens (BBP) and related hazardous materials
  • Explain how BBP relate to your job, position, or role
  • Distinguish between the primary three BBP, their symptoms, and vaccine options
  • Explain the methods of transmission of BBP
  • Explain the medical response options available after BBP exposure
  • Identify proper personal protective equipment (PPE) for different BBP situations
  • Choose the correct disposal methods for BBP contaminated items
  • Communicate appropriate instructions to students regarding blood spills
  • Identify where to find your Exposure Control Plan (ECP)

Campus Emergency Action Plans

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Campus Emergency Action Plans

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Emergency events can happen any place, any time. Many colleges and universities are required to have a written emergency action plan, and must train employees over that plan. These plans, however, can often be long and detailed, covering many different types of emergencies, which can make it difficult for employees to understand the context of various policies and procedures, and how their individual role fits into the larger plan. This awareness-level course will provide a general overview of emergency action plans and standard actions for employees to take during different types of emergencies. The course includes information about different types of alarm signals, common features of an emergency evacuation, and the proper circumstances and methods for using a portable fire extinguisher. This course is designed for all employees on college and university campuses. While this course addressed OSHA training requirements, there may be a site-specific training component required that must be fulfilled by an employer.

Chemical Safety

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Chemical Safety

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There are nearly six hundred and fifty thousand chemical products available today, and hundreds more introduced every year. OSHA estimates about thirty-two million employees work with at least one chemical hazard every day. Employees who take this course will learn how to identify hazards associated with different chemicals, how to identify those hazards based on container labeling, how to properly use personal protective equipment, and safe storage and cleanup procedures. This course is intended for general-industry employees who work with or around hazardous chemicals on a regular basis. It will also aid employers in meeting several standards found under OSHA?s Hazardous Materials Standard.

Conflict Resolution Strategies

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Conflict Resolution Strategies

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Conflict is part of human nature. We all see things at least a bit differently from each other, and when we care a lot about those things, we’re often willing to argue, or even fight, for what we believe. Learners who successfully complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of how to dispute causes, potential dispute consequences, general types of conflict resolution programs, Thomas-Kilmann categories of conflict coping strategies, common bargaining styles and their benefits, and methods for practicing negotiation and mediation in the workplace. This course is designed to help managers, supervisors and HR professionals create conflict resolution strategies for their workplace.

Coronavirus Prevention Course

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Corona Virus Prevention Course

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Coronavirus disease 2019, or COVID-19, is a recently discovered respiratory disease. While this virus is new and many people are concerned about its spread, taking the same general precautions used to prevent flu and other virus transmission is the best strategy for staying healthy. After learners have completed this course, they should be able to identify general preventive measures for virus transmission, as well as strategies specific to COVID-19.

CPR Refresher

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CPR Refresher

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Cardiopulmonary resuscitation, or CPR, is a life-saving skill. As with any skill, occasional practice and review is necessary to properly perform a skill. This course will give employees who have already been trained to perform CPR a review of CPR’s major procedures. Employees will review how CPR works, when CPR should be performed and how to properly perform it. This course is designed for employees who have already been trained to perform CPR and need a general review of the major CPR procedures. Employees that have never been trained on CPR and require training should receive it from an instructor in person.

Discrimination in the Workplace

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Discrimination in the Workplace

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Learners who successfully complete this course will display the ability to identify the legal issues associated with discrimination in the workplace and how to minimize or eliminate a company’s chances of unfavorable legal action. Managers will learn how to identify what workplace discrimination is and how it occurs, how to identify protected class categories, how to recognize workplace aspects of discrimination, and recognize that employers have certain legal responsibilities to prevent and react to incidents of discrimination in the workplace. This course is intended for managers and human resources officers in all industries, and will assist employers in complying with U.S. anti-discrimination laws.

Diversity in the Workplace

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Diversity in the Workplace

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Most people view their individual qualities with pride, and even cultivate the things that make them special. Just as there are differences between individuals, there are also differences between certain groups of people. In an increasingly globalized economy, workplaces are increasingly more diverse. Employees who complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of working in a diverse workplace and how they can turn perceived differences to the company’s advantage. Employees will learn to define workplace diversity, recognize the challenges of managing and working with diverse people, and recognize its benefits. This course is intended for workers in any industry, and can help employers comply with Equal Employment Opportunity Commissions standards.

Emergency Action Plans for Office Employees

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Emergency Action Plans for Office Employees

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Emergency events can happen any place, any time. Many facilities are required to have a written emergency action plan, and must train employees over that plan. These plans, however, can often be long and detailed, covering many different types of emergencies, which can make it difficult for employees to understand the context of various policies and procedures, and how their individual role fits into the larger plan. This awareness-level course will provide a general overview of emergency action plans and standard actions for employees to take during different types of emergencies. The course includes information about different types of alarm signals, common features of an emergency evacuation, and the proper circumstances and methods for using a portable fire extinguisher. This course is designed for all office workers. While this course addressed OSHA training requirements, there may be a site-specific training component required that must be fulfilled by an employer. This course is presented in English and Spanish.

Emergency Response

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Emergency Response

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Unexpected emergencies can happen anytime, anyplace. While we can’t control when and where life-threatening emergencies happen, being prepared can minimize property damage and will greatly reduce the chances of serious injuries or death. This course will teach the average employee the basics of what they should do in case of an emergency in the workplace. Employees will learn how to identify the importance of a well-defined emergency response plan and reporting emergencies, the components of an evacuation, and identify emergency response actions. This course is intended for all general industry and office employees, and assists employers in complying with OSHA’s requirements for emergency action plans.

FERPA – Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

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FERPA – Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act

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Colleges and Universities collect large amounts of information about their students in order to serve them properly. Technology makes it easier to gather and manage this information, but also makes it easier for third parties to obtain private student records. In order to protect the privacy rights of students and their families, Congress enacted the Family Educational Rights and Privacy Act (FERPA). The act sets guidelines for what records can and cannot be accessed by students, guardians, and the general public, and outlines student rights regarding having records amended. In this course learners will find out about the history and purpose of FERPA and learn to identify the rights and responsibilities outlined under the law and how they apply to operations on campus. This course is designed for any and all employees working in federally-funded post-secondary education institutions who may have access to student records or other information. This course is intended to assist employers in training employees to understand their responsibilities under FERPA.

Fire Safety

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Fire Safety

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Fire emergencies can happen anytime, anywhere, in any industry. Fires are one of the most common emergencies to contend with in workplaces, and can be one of the most harmful if not dealt with properly. This course will give employees the knowledge to safely react and respond to a fire emergency in their workplace. Employees will learn their responsibilities in a fire emergency, how to identify different alarm signals, evacuation routes and procedures, and fire extinguisher use. This course is intended for general industry employees who are required to understand their responsibilities in a fire emergency. This course is presented in English and Spanish.

Flu Symptoms and Prevention Strategies

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Flu Symptoms and Prevention Strategies

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Flu outbreaks happen every year, killing hundreds of thousands worldwide. Most healthy adults’ immune systems can fight off a normal flu bug, but it is important to know what precautions to take to help keep an epidemic or pandemic from spreading. This course is designed to give employees, managers and other interested parties basic information about influenza viruses. The course covers the basics of flu infection, its spreading mechanisms and infection prevention strategies. The course also addresses current concerns about the H1N1 (swine) flu with up-to-date information from the Centers for Disease Control and the World Health Organization.

Food Safety

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Food Safety

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Food. We like it. Smelling it, tasting it, feeling full of it, food is pretty key to our happiness. But if you’ve ever had food poisoning, you know that food can sometimes be very, very bad. In fact, food causes approximately 48 million illnesses, 128,000 hospitalizations, and 3,000 deaths in the United States each year. The sad thing is, the vast majority of those illnesses could have easily been avoided if the people who handled and prepared the food had followed proper food safety practices. After successfully completing this course, the learner should be able to recognize the purpose of the FDA’s Food Code and identify the responsibilities of food employees regarding the prevention of foodborne illness. This course is designed for all employees in food service establishments and commercial kitchens, with particular emphasis on those employees designated by the FDA’s Food Code as “food employees” and “conditional employees”.

General Safety Orientation

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General Safety Orientation

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Safety is important in the workplace, and individual employees play a vital role in ensuring their workplace is safe. Every employee can do his or her part to prevent injury by identifying hazards and correcting what they can correct, or notifying a supervisor about hazards they can’t correct on their own. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able to identify and recognize the need for safety and health programs and OSHA’s role in promoting them, common types of workplace hazards, the hierarchy of controls and its purpose, and general emergency preparation and reaction strategies. This course is designed for workers in any industry.

Hand and Power Tool Safety

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Hand and Power Tool Safety

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Tools are such a common part of our lives that it’s difficult to remember that they may pose potential hazards to our safety. This course will teach employees the importance of hand and power tool safety and how to achieve it. Employees who successfully complete this course should learn the common hazards of different types of hand and power tools, including electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic and abrasive-wheel tools and how to minimize or eliminate those hazards. This course is intended for general industry employees who, as part of their regular work duties, are required to use or work around hand and power tools. This course can assist employers with meeting regulations outlined in OSHA’s regulations on hand and power tools.

Hazard Communication

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Hazard Communication

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Chemicals can pose a wide range of health and physical hazards, and exposure to hazardous chemicals is common for workers in a large variety of industries. When workers are exposed to hazardous chemicals, OHSA requires employers to provide employees with information about those hazards and training over how to protect themselves and others from harm. During this course, employees will learn about OSHA’s Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) standard and the methods for learning about chemical hazards, including labels, safety data sheets (SDS) and hazard assessments. This course is designed for employees who need initial or refresher Hazard Communication (HAZCOM) training. Employees who have already received HAZCOM training and only require training over the GHS update should consider taking our Globally Harmonized System (GHS) course instead. This course is presented in English and Spanish.

Hazardous Materials Classification

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Hazardous Materials Classification

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Hazardous materials can be dangerous. However, they can also be very useful. Hazardous materials are used in manufacturing, service industries and many other applications. To protect the people who transport these substances and the public at large, the U.S. Department of Transportation (DOT) has created a hazardous materials classification system Learners who successfully complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of how to identify general definitions related to the DOT’s hazardous materials classification. This course is designed for workers that, during the execution of any job duties, are required to work with or around hazardous materials. Additional training is available if employees require more comprehensive training over the Hazardous Materials Table.

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