OSHA has a set of rules for recordkeeping. 29 CFR 1904 requires employers to record certain work-related injuries and illnesses. The rules also require that employers notify OSHA of severe incidents, such as fatalities. This training summarizes the key provisions of this rule, including explanations of OSHA forms 300, 301 and 300A. Ideal learners are managers and employers.
Operating a pallet truck is different than operating a forklift or other industrial truck. Take this course to learn how you can help eliminate or reduce injuries and incidents associated with this equipment. This course will give you the basic information you need to inspect and safely operate pallet trucks in a variety of situations. Ideal learners are all employees who operate or supervise the operation of pallet trucks in industrial settings.
When an outbreak or pandemic is in the news, there is no need to panic. There are specific things you can do to protect yourself and those around you from infection. Take this course to learn about what to look for and what to do during outbreaks and pandemics. This course is ideal for all learners.
This series of courses describes the process for preparing buildings for occupants following a prolonged shutdown such as an environmental disaster, pandemic, or other catastrophic event. This series covers HVAC system review, sanitation/janitorial best practices, water systems evaluations, and items to look for during a walk-through of a building following a prolonged shutdown.
You have been away from your workspace recently because of an environmental disaster, pandemic or other catastrophic event. As you prepare to reoccupy that space, it's important that you know what to expect and what to do so that you and others may work safely. This course is ideal for all employees.
Obviously, falling off a ladder can injure you. But did you know that falling just 4 feet (or 1 meter) can actually kill you? If there is ever a chance you will use a ladder at work, you need to use it safely. This program covers the types of ladders as well as guidelines for proper ladder safety and inspection. Ideal learners include all employees who use ladders.
Inhalation is the most common way chemicals enter the body. Therefore, understanding and complying with the OSHA Respiratory Protection Standard could prevent hundreds of deaths and thousands of illnesses annually. This training will present the basic requirements of the respiratory protection program and will focus on the types and limitations of respirators.