Building a Lasting Culture of Safety: Communicating the Importance of Safety
This video course manages to explain why you should care about safety without ever telling you that it’s for your own good. It also won’t bore you to death by discussing how a safe workplace is a productive workplace, and there’s also an adorable bag of grout. Because talking about safety doesn’t have to be boring.
Business Reporting Writing Skills
Tired of writing long, convoluted business reports that go unappreciated? This course will teach you how to write a report that stands out for all the right reasons. The course introduces the POWERS system, which walks you through the process of creating a report from preparation to hitting the send button. You’ll gain practical tips that you can apply to your reports right away, such as which graphs to use and which to avoid, as well as general advice that will help you structure your reports for readability and professional presentation.
Creating a Safe Industrial Workplace: Slips, Trips & Falls
Except for motor vehicle accidents, falls at work are the most common form of workplace injury. This video course will help you recognize various falling hazards and take some simple steps to prevent injury. We’ll also cover some very ineffective ways to prevent slips, trips & falls, because seeing the wrong way to do things is a lot more entertaining than only talking about the right way to do them.
Creating a Safe Industrial Workplace: Working Safely in Confined Spaces
Working in a confined space presents some unique safety issues, and this video course will help make sure your experience is a safe and ordinary one. It also revives an epic sports rivalry, and you might see a panda bear, but no promises on that last one. Another training course from The Jeff Havens Company, where we provide serious solutions in a seriously funny way.
Critical Thinking and Problem Solving
Learn an effective 7-step strategy for solving problems and use critical thinking skills to come up with the best solutions and outcomes. Being a good problem solver is a valuable skill for the workplace. In this course, you will learn how to define a problem, consider solutions and anticipate outcomes, select the best strategy, and evaluate and measure the results. You’ll also gain helpful tips, such as how to brainstorm and collaborate with colleagues to generate more effective solutions. This 35-minute course includes engaging narration, self-diagnostic tools, quizzes and a final test for a complete learning experience. Empower your employees by helping them strengthen their critical thinking skills and solve problems.
This course combines guidelines from the American Red Cross, from FEMA, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, and from OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, to teach you how to form an emergency action plan for home or work.
Ethics and Code of Conduct
Business ethics plays an important role in the long-term health and success of an organization, as well as in you maintaining your good standing at your company. In this course, you’ll learn the definition of business ethics, its benefits to you and your company, and how to ensure compliance with your company’s Code of Conduct and applicable laws. You will learn how to apply the Code to a variety of ethical scenarios, such as conflicts of interest, gifting, information security, and record-taking. The course also explains about the right of employees to a safe, secure and healthy workplace.
Excavation and Trenching Safety
Excavation and trenching work is performed thousands of times daily, in all types of conditions. Unfortunately, many fatalities and work-related injuries are associated with excavation and trenching incidents. Cave-ins can occur suddenly, without warning, giving you little time to react. But their signs are present when proper safety precautions are not taken. This program has been created to increase your awareness and provide you with a better understanding of the safety procedures associated with your work. Ideal learners are employees who work in or near excavations and trenches.
Fire Safety and Emergency Evacuation
This training course provides instruction on emergency response, safety, reporting, and evacuation of company facilities and work areas in the event of a natural disaster, fire, bomb threat, or other emergency. The procedures contained in this training should be followed unless otherwise directed by your employer, police or fire department officials. Audience: All employees. Primary Regulations: OSHA 29 CFR 1910.31 Means of Egress. OSHA 29 CFR 1910.38 Employee Emergency Plans and Fire Prevention Related Regulations: None
Every day, millions are exposed to workplace hazards that can cause serious injury. Workers who face injury aren’t the only ones who pay, either; for their employers…
Hazard Communication: Globally Harmonized System
Explore how the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) aims to safeguard employees from injury and illness relating to hazardous chemicals in the workplace. The course outlines the HCS provisions that ensure workers have access to adequate safety information about the chemicals they encounter. Learn about hazard evaluation, written hazard communication programs, labels and other forms of warning, material safety and data sheets, employee training, and transmittal of information to healthcare professionals in medical and non-medical emergencies. The 30-minute course features engaging instructive videos, inline quizzes, flash cards, fun activities, glossary terms, downloadable reference documents, and a final exam. For more on OSHA’s General Industry Training Requirements, take this course with other selections from the comprehensive OSHA General Industry series.
Did you know that most noise-related hearing loss is completely preventable? In this course, you will learn about the noise risks in your workplace and what you need to do to protect your hearing. Ideal learners include all employees who work with noisy tools or equipment or in loud environments.
Introduction to Lean and Six Sigma
The Lean Six Sigma methodology is a systematic approach to improving processes in an organisation, but why is this important? And where did it come from? Find out in this module.
Job Hazard Analysis
What if you could eliminate or minimize risks before an incident occurs? You can. In fact, a job hazard analysis provides a systematic way to identify potential hazards for a task so you can take measures to remove or control the risks. There are also additional benefits to conducting a job hazard analysis, which you will learn about in this course.
Legionella Awareness and Control
Legionella bacteria is a risk that must be taken very seriously by any organisation who has premises with a water system. This course is designed to help you understand the risks of exposure to Legionella bacteria. It is particularly useful for those duty holders who are responsible for compliance with the law requiring Legionella control measures. It is also designed for people who manage, control, monitor the risk of exposure or are responsible for record keeping, however further expertise will be required for those actually undertaking a water system survey or risk assessment.
OSHA – Electrical Safety
Designed for people who use electricity or work near electrical sources, this course provides you with the knowledge you need to prevent electrical accidents in the workplace or at home. We’ve come to depend on electricity in nearly every aspect of our lives, which is why it’s more important than ever to use safe practices to prevent electrical accidents – which can be fatal – from happening. In this course, you will learn the basics of how electricity works, the primary hazards associated with electricity, safety controls and practices to prevent electrical accidents, and how to respond to electrical emergencies including shock or fire. The course includes audio narration, videos, and animation to keep you engaged and provide essential on-the-job safety information.
OSHA – Intro to Safe Material Storage
This lesson provides general guidance for safe material storage practices to include racking and stacking to ensure stability and reduce the risk of injury, housekeeping, and lifting and handling best practices.
OSHA – Office Ergonomics
Ergonomics play an important role in office design and operation. Designed to meet OSHA requirements, this course helps employees incorporate ergonomics into their work to prevent pain, injury and illness. The course focuses on musculoskeletal disorders (MSD) like bad posture, repetitive motion disorders and muscle tension that can develop over long periods of time. You will discover how small changes in things like desk height, chair design, furniture placement and device use can make working much more efficient. Since MSD risk factors aren’t confined to the office, we will also cover risks associated with recreational pursuits and home computer use. Ergonomics addresses corrective procedures to deal with MSD, saving pain, absenteeism and lost productivity.
OSHA – Traffic Control (Flagger)
This training course provides a helpful guideline to enable you to perform your job as a traffic control flagger safely and effectively. You’ll learn about the appropriate clothing and equipment you should use, as well as the barriers, signs, and lights that can help you maximize your visibility and ensure the safety of yourself and your co-workers.
OSHA: Workforce Hazard Recognition
This course helps ensure that workers recognize workplace risks and teaches them to identify and eliminate risky actions and conditions that can turn into safety problems or expensive incidents.
PMBOK® Identifying Project Risks
Learn how to recognize and prepare for potential hazards that can derail a project with this risk management training course for project managers. We’ll take a close look at the Identify Risks process which is detailed in the Project Management Institute’s Guide to the Project Management Body of Knowledge (PMBOK). Learn how to hone in on risks that may impact a project so you can put the necessary preventative or corrective actions in place. The course features expert video instruction combined with a robust offering of learning resources, including engaging activities, flash cards, glossary terms, downloadable reference materials, inline quizzes, and a final exam. This is lesson is designed as preparation for the CAPM and PMP certification exams. The course also qualifies as Contact Hours and as professional development for maintaining certification.
Problem Solving: Determine the Root Cause
Determine the Root Cause shows you how to correctly identify the source of a problem and generate a comprehensive understanding of the issues. The course outlines 11 essential questions to ask to help you discover the root cause of any given problem. You’ll also learn how to apply 2 useful tools, the “5 whys” technique and a cause and effect diagram, to generate solutions. The course concludes with tips on how to effectively utilize all available resources and reach out to your associates for information. Includes a final exam and a printable course document for easy reference.
Safety for Employees: 01. Machine Guard Safety for Employees
Any machine part, function or process that may cause injury must be safeguarded. Machine guarding is an essential element in your safety. Watch this course for tips on how to keep safe around machinery.
The Art of Negotiation
Master the art of successful negotiation in both your professional and personal life by establishing clear-cut goals and knowing when to give and when to take. You will start by reviewing the 4 key components needed to successfully negotiate the outcomes for any situation. Then, you will learn how to set yourself up for negotiating success by establishing a game plan and conducting productive discussions. Discover the importance of establishing goals and how creating a little wiggle room within those goals can ultimately deliver a win-win for both parties. This 40-minute course includes sample scenarios to clarify key concepts, as well as short quizzes and a final test to reinforce knowledge and evaluate how well you’ve learned.
Writing Model for Reports and Documents
Discover how to effectively write reports and longer documents in this training course that outlines practical techniques for improving your communication skills to ensure success. You’ll look at the importance of organizing your information in a way that is meaningful for your readers and allows them to find what they need quickly and easily. Then, we’ll provide techniques for creating an outline to help get you organized and on track before writing your document. You’ll also learn how to use headers effectively to group information, especially when working with longer emails, reports, technical documents and proposals.