UL PURE™ Learning has partnered with corporate and government clients in the Life Science, Health Care, Energy and General Industry markets for over 30 years.
We currently maintain more than 500 eLearning courses that are written and reviewed by recognized subject matter experts, including the USFDA. In fact, more than 1 million industry professionals, including over 36,000 FDA investigators, have completed over seven million courses since 2003. Courses are regularly updated to reflect the most current expectations and requirements of regulators and industry groups. Our global qualityand compliance management methodology has resulted in measurable performance and compliance improvements.
Our eLearning philosophyis based on Mastery Learning, which has been proven to improve retention and change behavior in adult learners through methods thatinclude interaction with dynamic content and built-in assessments.
The increasing diversity of today's workforce means that employees and supervisors are part of a dynamic and ever-changing environment. This course explains how culture influences values, assumptions, thought processes, and work relationships. Topics in this course include Importance, Change, Laws, and Stereotypes. After completing this course, learners will be able to recognize the changing work environment and identify how to improve their working relationships with people from different backgrounds.
This course provides basic training on complying with laws prohibiting bribery, including the US Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). Because of the special circumstances facing employees in the health care field, this course is focused on issues faced in interactions with health care professionals as well as government officials. Topics in this course include: Legal Foundation, Laws, and FCPA in Action. After completing this course, learners will be able to identify and navigate situations that may be perceived as bribery. Learners will also be able to recognize requirements of the FCPA.
This lesson addresses the conditions that must be reported directly to the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration (PHMSA, formerly known as the Office of Pipeline Safety) as defined by 49 CFR Part 195, Subpart B - Reporting Accidents and Safety-Related Conditions. After completing this lesson, the learner will recognize: what constitutes a pipeline accident and a safety-related pipeline condition, and the proper reporting procedures for each; how to apply the '5 day confirmed/10 day discovered' rule when reporting safety-related conditions; and reporting exceptions.
This lesson addresses CFR DOT 49 Part 195 – Transportation of Hazardous Liquids by Pipeline, which governs the operation of liquid petroleum pipelines involved in interstate and intrastate commerce. The lesson provides highlights of each DOT Part 195 subpart. After completing the lesson, learners will recognize: how and why pipeline safety regulations came to exist, the requirements for reporting accidents and safety-related conditions, pipeline design requirements and acceptable construction methods, pressure testing requirements, operating and maintenance requirements for the pipeline system, and how a pipeline operator becomes qualified.
Traffic accidents injure and kill thousands of people each year. The majority of these accidents could have been prevented. This course identifies practices related with safe driving. Topics in this course include: Becoming a Safer Driver, Vehicle Condition, Aggressive Drivers, Impaired Drivers, and Problems. After completing this course, learners will be able to identify safe driving practices including driving defensively, how to handle aggressive drivers, and what to do in the event of an accident.
The Department of Transportation is responsible for maintaining public health and safety through prevention of alcohol and drug abuse in the industries it regulates. This course, the first in a four-course series, introduces the laws and rules that affect employees of DOT-regulated industries, and the policies that result from those rules. Topics in this course include drug and alcohol laws, agency mandates, rules, and example workplace policies. After completing this course, learners will be able to recognize the agencies and laws that form the framework for employer policies on alcohol and drug testing.