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Online OSHA Training Course Catalog

Online OSHA Training is a quick, convenient and effective way of completing required and recommended OSHA training. We offer a wide variety of OSHA training courses, including OSHA-authorized Outreach courses for construction and general industry, OSHA 24-Hour HAZWOPER and more.

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OSHA 10-Hour Training For Construction

This course covers topics related to construction work such as Fall Protection, Personal Protective Equipment, Electrocution and more. » Learn More | Más Información

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OSHA 10-Hour Training For General Industry

This course includes topics related to general industry work such as Personal Protective Equipment, Walking and Working Surfaces, Machine Guarding and more. » Learn More

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OSHA 30-Hour Training For Construction

This course includes topics related to construction work such as Fall Protection, Scaffolding, Concrete and Masonry, OSHA Inspection Procedures and more » Learn More

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OSHA 30-Hour Training For General Industry

This course includes topics related to general industry work such as Personal Protective Equipment, Fire Detection and Prevention, Flammable and Combustible Liquids, Machine Guarding, Industrial Hygiene, Lockout/Tagout Procedures and more. » Learn More

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OSHA 40-Hour HAZWOPER Training

This course provides a thorough, in-depth education in OSHA's Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response Standards for those entering or beginning work on an uncontrolled hazardous waste operation. » Learn More

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OSHA 24-Hour HAZWOPER Training

This course is for hazardous waste and emergency response workers who must satisfy their 24-hour HAZWOPER training requirement. » Learn More

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OSHA 8-Hour HAZWOPER Training

This course is designed for hazardous waste operations and emergency response workers who must satisfy their annual 8-hour refresher training course requirement. » Learn More

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MSHA Part 46 New Miner Training

This course provides instruction on MSHA regulations and requirements as they apply to new miners in the industry, including recognizing health and safety hazards, minimizing accidents and injuries, and MSHA compliance. » Learn More

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MSHA Part 46 Refresher Training

This course provides instruction on MSHA regulations and requirements as they apply to current miners in the industry. This training program is designed to provide those who have completed Part 46 New Miner training with more advanced instruction about health and hazard recognition, how to minimize accidents and injuries, and MSHA compliance. » Learn More

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Bloodborne Pathogens

This course covers how to protect yourself from potential exposure to bloodborne pathogens, bloodborne pathogen safety regulations & practices. » Learn More

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Concrete and Masonry Safety for Construction

This course is intended for employees involved in concrete and masonry construction and covers the scope and application of the regulations, general requirements, requirements for equipment and tools used in concrete and masonry construction and more. » Learn More

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Permit-Required Confined Spaces for General Industry

This course covers OSHA regulations and standards for confined space entry. » Learn More

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Confined Space Hazards for General Industry

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 and the procedures your employer has in place to protect you and those around you. Do not take this information lightly. It can make the difference between life and death! Learners include anyone who works in or around confined spaces. » Learn More

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Permit-Required Confined Spaces for Construction

Permit-required confined spaces (PRCS) are found throughout industry. Furnaces, vaults, tanks, sewers, and countless other types of workspaces are confined spaces per OSHA. Learn how to recognize and safely work in permit-required confined spaces. Also, learn what to do if conditions change or if an emergency arises while you're working in any PRSC. » Learn More

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Confined Space Hazards for Construction

This training will help you understand the risks associated with confined spaces and the procedures your employer has in place to protect you and those around you. » Learn More

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Cranes, Derricks, Hoists, Elevators and Conveyors

This course covers safe usage and risks with cranes, hoists, elevators & more. » Learn More

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OSHA Electrical For Construction

This course helps workers understand electrical hazards on jobsites and covers wiring and equipment use under OSHA regulations. » Learn More

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OSHA Ergonomics

This course covers how to mitigate hazards related to specialized, repetitive tasks. » Learn More

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Excavations Safety Training

This course covers injury prevention during excavation, terminology, risks & more. » Learn More

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Fall Protection

This course covers OSHA regulations for when and how to use fall protection to avoid falling objects & struck-by hazards. » Learn More

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Fire Detection and Protection for General Industry

This course covers fire prevention and potential fire preparation best practices designed for schools, factories, offices and more. » Learn More

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GHS & Hazard Communication

OSHA's Chemical Hazard Communication Standard is based on a simple concept that employees have both a need and a right to know the hazards and identities of chemicals they are exposed to while working. This HazCom Standard is known as OSHA's Worker Right to Know Standard and is designed to provide you with the information you need to work safely. » Learn More

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Health Hazards in Construction

This course covers how to identify and prevent construction site hazards. » Learn More

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Introduction to OSHA Safety For General Industry

This course is designed for employees in factories, schools, hospital, & offices and covers ergonomics, safe working surfaces & more. » Learn More

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Introduction to OSHA Safety For Construction

This course covers common construction site hazards like falls & electrocution. » Learn More

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Lockout/Tagout

This course covers how to prevent injuries through controlling hazardous energy, basics of lockout/tagout procedures for machines & equipment and employee training requirements. » Learn More

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Machine Guarding

This course covers basic knowledge of machine operation & hazard avoidance and how to prevent hazards through machine maintenance & training. » Learn More

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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

This course covers how to reduce hazard exposures with appropriate PPE, respirator training, welding operations & much more. » Learn More

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Recordkeeping

This course covers record keeping best practices and how to document workplace illnesses & injuries. » Learn More

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Rigging and Material Handling

This course covers the basics of load rigging, rigging inspection & more. » Learn More

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Safety Programs and Subpart C

This course covers fire prevention, emergency access and more. » Learn More

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Safety and Health Training Programs for General Industry

This course covers a health and safety overview for General Industry. » Learn More

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Scaffold Safety Awareness

It is estimated that 65% of the construction industry works on scaffolds, which is approximately 2.3 million workers. Our 1-hour OSHA Scaffolds Certificate Course details OSHA standards as they apply to scaffolding and gives you specific details about individual types of scaffolds and what safety measures are needed to protect yourself and others from hazards. » Learn More

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Stairways and Ladders

This course covers how to prevent fall hazards from stairways & ladders, fixed and portable ladder operation & safety, and detailed OSHA injury prevention standards. » Learn More

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Standards and Inspection Procedures

This course covers how to apply OSHA Construction Standards, prepare for OSHA inspection and standards that keep workers and jobsites safe. » Learn More

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Struck-By Hazard Protection

This course covers methods for preventing (and protecting oneself from) projectile hazards. » Learn More

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Walking and Working Surfaces For General Industry

This course covers how to keep working and walking surfaces safe, regulations for railings and stairs and scaffolding and working surface hazards. » Learn More

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Welding and Cutting

This course covers safety and efficiency for welders and cutters, best practices for hot work precautions, heat-related risks and more. » Learn More

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Aerial and Scissor Lifts

Acquire the building blocks and fundamentals for smart, safety-minded activity with aerial and scissor lifts, in any industrial environment — warehouses, distribution centers and more. You'll become aware of the latest best safety practices, regulations and other important information. » Learn More

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Overhead and Gantry Crane Safety

Increase your awareness of the hazards of working with or around cranes while complying with OSHA standards. You'll learn specific ways to work safely around these potentially hazardous machines, including pre-operational and periodic inspections. The course also covers the proper way to rig and move a load. » Learn More

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Recognizing Electrical Hazards

Learn how and why electricity is dangerous so that you'll be able to recognize when hazards are present. Regardless of your industry, this is a key course that teaches life-saving information. » Learn More

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Electrical Safety and Lockout/Tagout

Protect yourself from injury with lockout/tagout training. Locking and/or tagging out equipment is crucial to protect you from unexpected start up while service work is being performed. Discover why, when, and how you must comply with lockout/tagout requirements via instruction in awareness, lockout/tagout devices, standard lockout/tagout procedures, and special lockout/tagout procedures. » Learn More

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Respiratory Protection

Learn how to protect yourself from airborne contaminants in the workplace. Main topics include pollutants in the workplace, classes of respirators, respiratory selection, using the respirator, and OSHA regulatory requirements. » Learn More

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Materials Handling & Storage

This course convers an introduction to materials handling, including moving and storing materials, and the rules for using powered industrial trucks or cranes and slings to get the job done. » Learn More

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Fire Prevention for Construction

This course meets OSHA standards and will train you how to identify fire safety risks and take these precautions. It contains essential information for construction workers, managers, foremen, and superintendents. » Learn More

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Flammable and Combustible Liquids

This course covers rules and definitions for flammable and combustible liquids, including safe storage techniques, and how to use these liquids in spray finishing as well as in dipping and coating operations. » Learn More

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Hand and Power Tool Safety for Construction

This course covers the safety hazards associated with powered and non-powered hand tools, and identifies how to avoid those hazards by safely using the appropriate tools for work tasks. » Learn More

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Ladder Safety for General Industry

Obviously, falling off a ladder can injure you. But did you know that falling just 1 meter (or 4 feet) 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 consequences of unsafe ladder use, the types of ladders and how to use each type, and ladder safety, inspection and storage. Ideal learners include all employees who use ladders. » Learn More

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Ladder Safety for Construction

Most accidents involving ladders can be attributed to improper use, unsafe work conditions, or lack of safety training. Learn basic ladder safety, with topics that include ladder hazards, the OSHA ladder standard, ladder selection, and ladder maintenance. » Learn More

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CPR Training

Acquire essential CPR skills to help you save a life in the workplace. You'll gain the skills you need to respond during cardiac or breathing emergencies. However, as they are online, they do not offer you the chance to demonstrate skill proficiency to a certified instructor, and so they may not meet requirements for workplace safety certification. » Learn More

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First Aid Basics

OSHA requires employers to provide a safe and healthy workplace reasonably free of occupational hazards. However, accidents do happen. Therefore, employers are also required to provide you medical and first aid personnel and supplies relative to the workplace hazards. Learn basic first aid techniques appropriate in any workplace. » Learn More

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First Aid for Medical Emergencies

Injuries, both on and off the job, represent a significant health problem. The outcome of injuries depends on not only the severity of the injury, but also on the rendering of first aid care. Prompt, properly administered first aid care can mean the difference between life and death. This course will cover a variety of emergency scenarios and the appropriate first aid care. » Learn More

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Safe Vehicle Operations

Motor vehicle crashes are the leading cause of accidental deaths and injuries in the U.S. Discover what it means to be a safe driver as you identify areas of focus designed to increase your safe driving skills. Using safe choices and habits, you'll learn how to make wise choices for safety and how to develop good habits - and to avoid the bad choices other drivers often make. » Learn More

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HazMat Transportation Awareness

Transporting hazardous materials requires specialized training crucial to your safety and the safety of those in your vicinity. Learn OSHA HazMat Transportation details and OSHA standards as they apply to HazMat Transportation and get specific training about the safety and security awareness measures you need to protect yourself and others from hazard materials. » Learn More

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Combustible Dust

This course provides a general understanding of the hazards, precautions, and potential consequences associated with combustible dust in the workplace. It will help learners recognize combustible dust hazards at their location and provide good housekeeping practices that will help minimize the likelihood of an explosion in the workplace. This course does not provide technical information suitable to engineers who design, build, and maintain equipment and facilities. » Learn More

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Compressed Air

On its own, air is not necessarily dangerous. However, when you compress it, it creates hazards like noise, flying objects and static electricity. Take this course to review the hazards associated with compressed air and what you can do to avoid them. This course is ideal for people who use pneumatic tools or supervise those who do. » Learn More

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Crane Operator Safety

About 250,000 people operate cranes daily and have to deal with the risks involved. Individuals may already be aware of the proper operating techniques associated with cranes, but it may sometimes be easy to forget to implement them in their daily routine. This course stresses crane operator safety in the work environment. » Learn More

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Electrical Arc Flash Awareness

An arc flash can generate a temperature of up to 35,000 degrees Fahrenheit (19,000 degrees Celsius)! Working in or near electrical panels and systems increases your chance of exposure to an arc flash. It requires that you take extreme precautions. This course will provide information to help protect you from this deadly hazard that cannot be seen or heard until it is too late. » Learn More

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Heat Stress

It is easy to forget the danger that heat poses to the body, from sunburn and dehydration to heat stroke and death. Whether you work outside on hot days or in a foundry, mine, bakery, or any other hot or humid environment, the key to preventing excessive heat stress is knowing the hazards of working in heat and the benefits of implementing proper controls and work practices. You will learn about all of these in this training. Ideal learners include all employees, managers and supervisors. » Learn More

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Hot Work

Many destructive fires are caused by hot work or the cutting, welding and other work that generates heat and sparks. Various regulations and codes cover hot work and, when followed properly, help ensure you and your co-workers stay safe. This course covers hazards, safety precautions, responsibilities and emergency procedures associated with this dangerous work. Ideal learners include all employees. » Learn More

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Preventing & Addressing Electrical Violations

This course focuses on how to troubleshoot electrical hazard issues. It is intended for all employees and has a particular value for electricians and safety managers. » Learn More

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Laser Safety

This course provides an in-depth overview of lasers and how to work with them safely. You will learn how to avoid a variety of potentially serious hazards associated with lasers, including burns, eye injuries, radiation injuries and dangerous chemical fumes. » Learn More

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Hand, Wrist and Finger Safety

Trauma to the hands, wrists or fingers can be devastating to those who work with their hands each day. But these injuries are easily preventable. This course will teach you about common hand and wrist injuries and the most effective ways to avoid them. » Learn More

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Applying Electrical Standards

This course provides an overview of NFPA 70E, an industry standard for electrical safety created by the National Fire Protection Association. You will learn how OSHA standards for electrical work can reduce exposures to major electrical hazards in the workplace. » Learn More

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Crystalline Silica Awareness

Crystalline silica is a fine dust that can cause cancer and other long-term health problems. In this course, you will learn about the risks of inhaling silica and how to prevent and respond to exposures. » Learn More

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Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)

Learn about the benefits of a job hazard analysis (JHA) and how you can perform one to identify and control workplace hazards. Find out how to conduct a JHA and use your findings to minimize safety risks. » Learn More

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Incident Investigation

This course will teach you how to collect and analyze information on a workplace safety incident, determine the cause and address the issue to prevent it from happening again. » Learn More

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Ionizing Radiation

Learn about ionizing radiation and the effects it can have on our health and the environment. Find out where ionizing radiation comes from and steps you can take to limit workplace exposures. » Learn More

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Introduction to Industrial Hygiene

This course provides an overview of the science of industrial hygiene. Learn how industrial hygienists and employers can anticipate, recognize, analyze and control environmental and physical hazards in the workplace. » Learn More

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Lab Safety

This course will teach you the basics of laboratory safety. You will learn how to identify common lab hazards, including harmful chemical exposures. » Learn More

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Compressed Gas Cylinder Safety

Learn how to properly label, store, handle and transport compressed gas cylinders. Gas cylinder safety is crucial for preventing hazards such as explosions, leaks and burns. » Learn More

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Cold Stress

Cold stress, or loss of body heat to the environment, can cause illnesses and injuries. Learn about cold-related hazards and the controls and procedures you can use to avoid them. » Learn More

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Cleaning Up Small Chemical Spills

Chemical spills can pose serious health risks, but workers with proper training can safely clean small spills. Learn how to clean up small chemical spills and dispose of chemicals properly. » Learn More

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Battery and Charger Safety

This course explains how to properly use, charge and maintain batteries. You will learn how batteries work and how to avoid hazards like electric shock. » Learn More

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Benzene Safety

Benzene, a liquid chemical, can cause serious health issues after significant exposures. This course explains how to work safely with benzene and prevent health issues related to overexposure. » Learn More

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Hexavalent Chromium

Hexavalent chromium is a toxic form of the element chromium that workers may inhale in the form of a dust, mist or fume. Learn about the risks of hexavalent chromium exposure and how to avoid them. » Learn More

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Formaldehyde

The chemical formaldehyde is used in industrial settings and in a wide range of consumer products. This course will explain the health risks of formaldehyde exposure and teach you how to work with and around the chemical safely. » Learn More

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Introduction to OSHA

Learn about the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) and its role in improving workplace safety. This course covers the history of OSHA, its mission and your rights as an employee. » Learn More

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Giving and Receiving Feedback

Giving and receiving feedback in a constructive way is a vital skill for any employee or manager. This course provides best practices for giving and receiving feedback in the workplace. » Learn More

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Lead Poisoning Awareness

Workplace lead exposure can cause serious health complications, including organ damage and death. This course explains the health effects of lead exposure and the most effective ways to avoid harmful exposures. » Learn More

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Safety and You

This course, designed for supervisors, explores the pros and cons of several common approaches to safety management. You will learn valuable skills that will help you build a positive climate for safety in your workplace. » Learn More

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Radiofrequency (RF) Training

Radiofrequency (RF) energy has a wide range industrial and consumer uses, but it can also pose health risks. Learn the potential risks of RF exposure and how you can avoid them. » Learn More

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OSHA Inspections for Construction and Multi-Employer Worksites

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) inspects worksites to ensure that they meet federal safety standards. Learn about the OSHA inspection process for construction and multi-employer worksites. » Learn More

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Preventing Workplace Harassment — Employees

Harassment and discrimination can have devastating effects on workers and the company. This course for employees raises awareness of harassment and discrimination in the workplace. » Learn More

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Preventing Workplace Harassment — Managers

Managers have a responsibility to prevent and address workplace harassment. In this course, you will learn how an effective anti-harassment policy at your company can help prevent discrimination and harassment. » Learn More

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Warehouse Safety

Warehouse workers can be exposed to a wide range of hazards on the job, including forklift accidents, lifting injuries and falling objects. Learn how to avoid common safety risks in warehouses. » Learn More

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Avoiding Rear-End Collisions — Large Vehicles

Rear-end collisions can cause devastating harm. This course teaches large vehicle operators about the major causes of rear-end collisions and the best ways to avoid them. » Learn More

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Basic Rigging Principles Part 1

Rigging is the process of securing materials to be moved by lifting equipment like cranes or hoists. This course will help you understand the hazards associated with rigging and teach you how to safely secure a load using slings or chains. » Learn More

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Bench Grinder Safety

Bench grinders are versatile tools used to sharpen, shape or polish metal. This course will introduce you to safe work practices for bench grinder use that reduce the risk of injuries. » Learn More

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Blasting Area Safety

While it is mandatory for explosives operators to be licensed and thoroughly trained, everyone working near a blasting site should understand basic blasting area safety. This course for nonblasting personnel explains the precautions you should take to avoid injury while working near a blasting site. » Learn More

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Blocking and Cribbing

Blocking and cribbing are critically important techniques that help prevent lifting tool failures and potential injuries. Learn the basic safety principles of blocking and cribbing. » Learn More

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Biosafety Hazardous Waste Handling and Disposal

Biological materials can create serious health risks when workers do not handle and dispose of them properly. Learn how to safely manage hazardous waste and prevent harmful exposures. » Learn More

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Construction Safety Orientation

Proper construction site safety procedures can greatly reduce work-related injuries and illnesses. This course will introduce you to basic safety rules that help prevent common accidents and injuries. » Learn More

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Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) Overview for Drivers

Learn about the Compliance, Safety, Accountability (CSA) program, a government initiative to reduce injuries and deaths related to large truck and bus crashes. » Learn More

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Excavation and Trenching Safety Awareness

This course will teach you important safety procedures that help prevent injuries and deaths while working in or around trenches and excavations. Learn about common hazards and life-saving protection systems. » Learn More

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Guarding Floor and Wall Openings

This course provides an overview of OSHA's Guarding Floor and Wall Openings and Holes Standard (1910.23). It explains which types of holes and openings must be covered or guarded to prevent falling hazards. » Learn More

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Hazardous Chemical Information

Chemicals can pose significant health and safety risks in the workplace if they are not properly labeled, stored and managed. But with effective training, workers can learn how to recognize and avoid serious hazards. » Learn More

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Hydraulic Safety

Because of the extraordinary power of hydraulic equipment, it's critical for workers to understand how to work around these machines safely. This course explains the hazards of hydraulic systems and teaches workers how to prevent accidents. » Learn More

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Logging and Chainsaw Safety

Few industries in the United States are as dangerous as logging. But proper training raises awareness of avoidable hazards. This course covers general precautions that loggers should take to reduce the risk of serious accidents. » Learn More

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Process Safety Management

Process Safety Management (PSM) programs are vital to preventing incidents related to highly hazardous chemicals. Learn how PSM programs can prevent harmful chemical exposures caused by faulty procedures or equipment. » Learn More

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Using Electrical Safety Programs

The National Fire Protection Association requires employers to create and implement an electrical safety program. This course provides a basic overview of safety standards for electrical work. » Learn More

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