Safe and healthy buildings lead to safe and healthy occupants. These courses are a great way for building owners, managers and tenants to learn how to make the conditions in their buildings better for everyone.
Good housekeeping practices can help minimize the likelihood of a fire or explosion due to combustible dust. Take this course to learn what combustible dust is, how to detect it and what safety measures to use to mitigate its hazards. This course does not provide technical information suitable to engineers who design, build and maintain equipment and facilities. Ideal learners are all employees.
If one of your co-workers passed out in a confined space, would you go in to rescue him? Can you be sure the air in the space is safe? This training will help you understand the risks associated with confined spaces. Do not take this information lightly. It can mean the difference between life and death! Ideal learners are all employees.
You should expect to go home unhurt at the end of your work day. Accidents and injuries are preventable and occur because of unsafe conditions and unsafe acts. Take this orientation course to learn some basic safety rules you can use to help prevent injuries. This course is ideal for construction workers.
No matter how safe an organization is or how high-quality its service and products are, there is always room for improvement. Take this training to learn more about the concept of continuous improvement. Ideal learners are managers, supervisors and safety committee members.
You may know that corrosive materials can be hazardous to your skin and eyes, but are you aware of their other hazards? Corrosives (acids and bases) are materials that can cause chemical damage on contact with the skin, eyes, respiratory tract, digestive tract or even metal. Many chemicals commonly used in laboratories and the home are corrosive. Besides their health hazards, corrosives can be highly reactive. They can cause fires, explosions, or violent exothermic (heat-releasing) reactions, like an explosion. Take this training to learn how to safely identify, use and store corrosive materials, as well as methods for preventing and responding to exposure incidents and emergencies. This training is beneficial for anyone who has the potential to use or be near the use of corrosives.
Cryogenic liquids help us store materials and conduct experiments at extremely low temperatures. We must be careful to work with them safely to avoid the risk of frostbite, asphyxiation and over-pressurization of containers that can lead to explosions. Take this course to learn about what cryogenic liquids are, the risks they present and how to use them safely. This course lays the foundation for the workplace-specific, hands-on training your employer will provide to you. It is ideal for anyone who works with or around or manages people who work with or around cryogenic liquids.