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The majority of storage tanks hold petroleum products, so ASTs pose a significant threat to the environment. To prevent leaks, ASTs are regulated by the Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasures (SPCC) rule. This course will summarize the SPCC regulations that apply to aboveground storage tanks.

Aboveground Storage Tank Requirements (AST)

36 min

This course describes basic types of aerial work platforms and how to work with them safely. It provides an overview of safety requirements, controls, preparation, work rules, hazards, and other safety precautions related to elevated platforms.

Available in Spanish

Aerial Work Platform Safety

20 min

This course explains the basics of air-purifying respirators, including the three major types. Topics covered include uses, inspection, maintenance, cleaning, and storage of air-purifying respirators.

Air-Purifying Respirators

29 min

This course explains the basics of air-supplying respirators, including the three major types: self-contained breathing apparatuses, or SCBAs; supplied-air respirators (SARS), also called airline respirators; and combination respirators.

Air-Supplying Respirators

26 min

Learn how to observe conditions around you, anticipate hazardous situations, and react to avoid hazards with our Alert Driving course. Our course discusses driving at safe speeds, the dangers of driving while impaired, and illustrates how to increase your reaction time by following the two-second rule.

Available in Spanish

Alert Driving

12 min

This course describes what anhydrous ammonia is and how it is used in general industry. This course also discusses the permissible exposure limits of anhydrous ammonia, the personal protective equipment that should be worn when working with or around anhydrous ammonia, handling precautions, as well as emergency response procedures.

Anhydrous Ammonia Awareness

23 min

This course introduces the dangers of arc flash and presents common methods for preventing and protecting against those dangers, such as risk control hierarchy, safety boundaries, lockout/tagout, and PPE guidelines.

Available in Spanish

Arc Flash Safety

37 min

This course introduces the dangers of arc flash and presents common methods for preventing and protecting against those dangers, such as risk control hierarchy, safety boundaries, lockout/tagout, and PPE guidelines. It’s based primarily on the CSA Z462 workplace standard for electrical safety, which is the recognized industry resource in Canada for best electrical work practices.

Arc Flash Safety for Canada

36 min

This course describes the most common types of asbestos as well as the hazards asbestos may present. It provides an overview of the history of asbestos use, exposure limits, detection, prevention, and regulation. It also covers some of the potential effects of long-term exposure including asbestosis, lung cancer, and mesothelioma.

Available in Spanish

Asbestos Awareness

26 min

This course will help prevent back injuries at your workplace by raising awareness about the common causes of acute and cumulative back injuries, signs and symptoms of back injuries, and the engineering and administrative controls that can be implemented to prevent back injuries.

Available in Spanish

Back Injury Prevention

23 min

How often do you need to back up your vehicle? This course will identify potential hazards for backing up and best practices for avoiding those hazards.

Backing Up Safely

12 min

Every organization has policies regarding defenses, or barriers, to control hazardous energy and prevent it from coming into contact with people, or objects. Barrier analysis is used to determine which barriers failed and why, so it is an effective root cause analysis tool for accidents and other incidents. This module describes how to perform a barrier analysis.

Barrier Analysis

23 min

Behavior-based safety, or BBS, is an approach to improving workplace safety by focusing on what workers do and why they do it, and then applying strategies to promote safe behaviors in the future. Learn how BBS techniques can be used along with other tools to create an effective workplace safety program.

Behavior-Based Safety

32 min

Bioremediation refers to a set of processes which involve the use of living things to break down hazardous substances in the environment into less toxic or non-toxic substances and restore contaminated soil or water to its original unpolluted state.

Bioremediation Tactics

34 min

This course describes equipment and guidelines for successful blocking and cribbing operations.

Blocking and Cribbing for Heavy Equipment

21 min

Bloodborne pathogens are microorganisms such as viruses or bacteria that, if present in blood, can cause disease in humans. These pathogens can be transmitted from an infected person to a healthy person by contact with infected blood or other bodily fluids.

Available in Spanish

Bloodborne Pathogens

26 min

Bloodborne pathogens are microorganisms such as viruses or bacteria that, if present in blood, can cause disease in humans. These pathogens can be transmitted from an infected person to a healthy person by contact with infected blood or other bodily fluids.

Bloodborne Pathogens for Canada

26 min

In the hospitality industry, which includes hotels and motels, employees may come into contact with blood or other possibly infectious bodily fluids. Given the risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens, this course will cover how workers can recognize the dangers of possible infection, what precautions are needed to minimize the risk, and what procedures to follow if exposed to possibly infectious bodily fluids.

Bloodborne Pathogens for Hospitality

31 min

This course will cover some of the dangers to school staff members posed by exposure to bloodborne pathogens, what precautions are needed to minimize the risk, and what procedures to follow if exposed to possibly infectious bodily fluids.

Bloodborne Pathogens for Schools

34 min

This course describes basic types of aerial work platforms and how to work with them safely. It provides an overview of safety requirements, controls, preparation, work rules, hazards, and other safety precautions related to elevated platforms. This course discusses vertical towers, articulating boom platforms, and extensible boom platforms.

Boom and Scissor Lift Safety for Canada

21 min

Change analysis, also known as Is/Is Not Analysis or KT (Kepner Tregoe) Analytical troubleshooting, is a problem solving method that involves comparing a process that has failed or is performing poorly to one that is operating correctly. This module describes how to conduct a change analysis.

Change Analysis

13 min

This course will focus on some basic procedures and safety practices for unloading bulk liquid chemicals from tank trucks and railroad tank cars. Totes and drums will also be discussed.

Chemical Unloading Basics

24 min

This course will cover a description of chlorine dioxide, common uses of chlorine dioxide, PPE and handling requirements, exposure and toxicity, health hazards and effects, and emergency response procedures.

Chlorine Dioxide Awareness

21 min

The Clean Water Act (CWA) protects "waters of the United States" (WOTUS) by prohibiting the discharge of dredged or fill materials without a Section 404 permit. This training provides general guidance for which waters are considered WOTUS, and the requirements for obtaining a Section 404 permit.

Clean Water Act Section 404 Permits

60 min

This course discusses the factors that increase cold stress as well as what frostbite, trench foot, and hypothermia are and how they are treated. This course also illustrates safe work practices to help with the prevention of cold stress.

Available in Spanish

Cold Stress

23 min

You'll learn to identify the hazards of combustible dust by using the Dust Fire and Explosion Pentagon. Get clear understanding of dust control and preventions measures as well as dust analysis and explosion risk reduction.

Available in Spanish

Combustible Dusts

15 min

This course discusses types of explosive materials and their UN (United Nations) hazard classifications. It reviews common explosion hazards as well as the recommended personal protective equipment. The course also illustrates proper material handling, storage security, best practices for blasting operations, and explosives disposal.

Commercial Explosives Safety

26 min

This course describes compressed gas cylinders and how they are commonly used. Use this course to raise awareness about potential hazards and learn best practices for storage, transport, installation, and use of compressed gas cylinders. Missile hazards and types of compressed gases are also discussed.

Available in Spanish

Compressed Gas Cylinder Safety

23 min

Working in a confined space can present hazardous atmospheres and physical dangers to employees. This course will describe the dangers, best practices, and permit requirements necessary when working in a permit-required confined space.

Available in Spanish

Confined Space Entry - Permit Required

40 min

This course will provide general awareness on confined spaces, describe a permit-required confined space, and describe the job roles and responsibilities involved in confined space entry.

Available in Spanish

Confined Space Entry Awareness

28 min

Working in a confined space can present hazardous atmospheres and physical dangers to employees. This course will describe the dangers, best practices, and permit requirements necessary when working in a confined space.

Confined Spaces for Canada

42 min

In the U.S., operators of large construction sites are often required to obtain stormwater discharge permits from the EPA, the state, or local authorities. To begin this process, you must create and implement a stormwater pollution prevention plan (SWPPP).

Construction Site Stormwater Runoff Control

34 min

This course will discuss the most common types of conveyors and their hazards, the types of guarding around conveyors, general conveyor safety, and what to do during and after an emergency. Taking this course and understanding the hazards conveyors present will help keep you and your co-workers safe.

Conveyor Safety

26 min

Definition of rigging and slings, importance of safe rigging, load considerations, types of slings, types of sling hitches, safe rigging practices, and commonly required personal protective equipment (PPE).

Available in Spanish

Crane and Hoist Rigging Safety

32 min

This course gives an overview of the primary rigging issues that affect crane and hoist safety. It is based on General Industry and Construction regulations, as well as recognized best rigging practices. It is also aligned with regulations that require riggers in the construction industry to be qualified.

Crane and Hoist Rigging Safety for Canada

36 min

Clear and consistent communication between a signal person and a crane operator is essential for safe crane operation. The use of standard hand signals will ensure there are no misunderstandings between the signal person and the crane operator. This module will cover standard hand signals that can be used for most crane operations.

Crane Hand Signals

20 min

Clear and consistent communication between a signal person and a crane operator is essential for safe crane operation. The use of standard hand signals will ensure there are no misunderstandings between the signal person and the crane operator. This module will cover standard hand signals that can be used for most crane operations.

Crane Hand Signals for Canada

20 min

It is critical that individuals working around crystalline silica are knowledgeable of its physical properties, understand its safety risks, and know how to effectively avoid exposure.

Available in Spanish

Crystalline Silica Awareness

37 min

Driver distraction has become a serious problem, and unfortunately, seems to be increasing. This course will describe why distracted driving is risky and identify strategies to reduce distracted driving.

Dangers of Distracted Driving

12 min

The Department of Transportation’s Emergency Response Guidebook (ERG) was created to help firefighters, law enforcement officers, medical personnel, and other first responders quickly identify the hazards present at transportation emergencies involving hazardous materials in order to protect themselves and the public.

DOT ERG Introduction

23 min

This course describes existing regulations for the transport of hazardous materials in commerce in the U.S., including the Hazardous Materials Table (HMT).

DOT HAZMAT Safety

40 min

With our Driving Hazard Recognition course, you’ll learn techniques for negotiating intersections and blind spots as well as avoiding erratic drivers, pedestrians, animals, and parked vehicles. You’ll also learn about driving with limited visibility and in slippery conditions.

Available in Spanish

Driving Hazard Recognition

12 min

This course covers some of the things that must be considered when driving large vehicles or operating heavy equipment in order to ensure the safety of operators and people who are nearby. Topics covered include blind spot awareness, how to safely back up, dealing with inclement weather and poor road conditions, and minimizing in-cab distractions.

Driving Large Vehicles and Heavy Equipment

24 min

Our course suggests some valuable emergency supplies that can help prevent a minor inconvenience from becoming a major problem, such as common tools, spare tire, jumper cables and more.

Available in Spanish

Driving Preparation

12 min

Electrical appliances and machinery are found in virtually every home and workplace. Knowing how to reduce the risk of electric shock, as well as how to respond should an injury occur, is essential for everyone.

Electric Shock

28 min

Topics covered include personal protective equipment related to electrical safety, OSHA requirements for working on equipment, and electrical injuries such as shocks, burns, electrocutions, and falls.

Available in Spanish

Electrical Safety General Awareness

18 min

Topics covered include personal protective equipment related to electrical safety, regulatory requirements for working on equipment, and electrical injuries such as shocks, burns, electrocutions, and falls.

Electrical Safety Introduction (Z-462) for Canada

20 min

This course covers the importance of creating emergency action plans in preparation for unexpected emergencies, accidents, and evacuations at industrial workplaces. This course is intended as an introduction or refresher for general industry workers and those responsible for developing an emergency action plan.

Available in Spanish

Emergency Action Plans

20 min

Although most driving occurs during the daytime hours with good visibility, there are instances where you may have to drive with limited visibility or in inclement weather. This course identifies common environmental hazards and strategies to prevent crashes related to environmental hazards.

Environmental Driving Hazards

10 min

Equipment in the workplace causes many incidents every year. Hazards exist where there is a risk of human contact with a machine's moving parts. This course will cover common types of hazards associated with equipment, as well as how to identify and avoid these hazards.

Equipment Hazard Basics

23 min

This course discusses MSD prevention techniques in industrial environments, including engineering and administrative controls as well as motion-based, physical, environmental, and psychological risk factors associated with MSDs.

Available in Spanish

Ergonomics for Industrial Environments

29 min

Following the tips and guidelines illustrated in this course will reduce your chances of suffering from an MSD and help you have a healthy, productive work experience.

Ergonomics for Industrial Environments for Canada

29 min

Every year, hundreds of thousands of workers are diagnosed with musculoskeletal disorders, or MSDs. This course discusses MSD prevention techniques in office environments, examples of awkward postures and positions, proper lifting technique, workstation setup, work habits, and stretches.

Ergonomics for Office Environments

31 min

This course will discuss the different types of hazardous atmospheres that require escape respirators, how to select, inspect, and put on a self-contained self-rescuer, also called an SCSR, as well as how to use an SCSR.

Escape Respirators and SCSRs

32 min

Accidents and major equipment failures are usually the result of several different failures or human errors occurring at the same time. A method such as events and causal factors analysis is useful because it organizes event data on a timeline, which provides a visual summary of an incident and makes it easy to identify relationships between relevant events and their causal factors.

Events and Causal Factors Analysis

18 min

This course highlights numerous methods of prevention and protection, including fall arrest systems, vertical and horizontal lifelines, as well as inspection and maintenance guidelines.

Fall Prevention and Protection - Construction Worksite Safety

68 min

This course highlights numerous methods of prevention and protection, including fall arrest systems, the equipment associated with fall prevention and protection systems, vertical and horizontal lifelines, as well as inspection and maintenance guidelines. This course also discusses associated topics such as the proper procedure for putting on a body harness, lifeline swing hazards, calculating fall space clearance, and harness suspension syndrome.

Available in Spanish

Fall Prevention and Protection - General Industry

63 min

This course highlights numerous methods of prevention and protection, including fall arrest systems, the equipment associated with fall prevention and protection systems, vertical and horizontal lifelines, as well as inspection and maintenance guidelines.

Fall Protection for Canada

66 min

Use this course to educate your team on the fire tetrahedron, the types of fires that can occur in the workplace, and how and when to use a fire extinguisher. This course also describes when to evacuate and provides some proper maintenance tips for fire extinguishers.

Fire Extinguisher Safety

44 min

We see them hanging on the wall every day but most people know very little about fire extinguishers. Use this course to educate your team on the fire tetrahedron, the types of fires that can occur in the workplace, and how and when to use a fire extinguisher.

Fire Extinguisher Safety for Canada

45 min

In this course, you will learn about the nature of fire, preventative and protective measures, fire sprinklers, smoke detectors, alarms, fire extinguisher use, evacuation, the stop, drop, and roll procedure, and more.

Available in Spanish

Fire Safety

36 min

This course is intended for Canadian-based companies and individuals and meets Canadian regulations. In this course, you will learn about the nature of fire, preventative and protective measures, fire sprinklers, smoke detectors, alarms, fire extinguisher use, evacuation, the stop, drop, and roll procedure, and more.

Fire Safety for Canada

45 min

In this course, you’ll learn some common types of drugs that can be overdosed on, symptoms of alcohol and drug overdoses, best practices for interacting with someone who’s overdosed, and first aid to help the person who’s overdosed.

First Aid - Alcohol and Drug Overdose

13 min

In this course, you’ll learn the basics of what to do if someone is bitten or scratched by a small animal, livestock, a larger predatory animal, or another person.

First Aid - Animal and Human Bites and Scratches

28 min

In this course, you’ll learn when and how to use an automated external defibrillator (AED), including an automatic AED and a semi-automatic AED.

First Aid - Automated External Defibrillator (AED)

32 min

This course explains the importance of calling for emergency medical assistance in situations involving extreme blood loss, amputations, abdominal evisceration wounds, sucking chest wounds, and internal bleeding; and lists the appropriate steps of first aid to provide.

First Aid - Bleeding Emergencies

32 min

In this course you’ll learn more about the causes of breathing emergencies, symptoms of breathing emergencies, how to provide first aid, and you'll get guidance on calling for emergency medical assistance.

First Aid - Breathing Emergencies

17 min

In this course you’ll learn some different types of broken bones and dislocations and how to provide first aid for them. You’ll also get some guidelines for when it’s necessary to summon emergency medical assistance to transport the person for additional medical care after first aid is provided.

First Aid - Broken Bones and Dislocations

16 min

In this course, you’ll learn how to prevent burns from occurring at work, how to recognize the degree of a burn, how to provide first aid for different degrees of burns, and how to provide first aid for special types of burns, including electrical burns, burns from chemical spills, and thermal (heat) burns.

First Aid - Burns

28 min

This course explains when and how to perform cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR). The proper process for providing Hands-Only CPR is also explained.

First Aid - Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR)

23 min

This course explains ways to stay properly hydrated, explains how people get dehydrated and symptoms of dehydration, and explains first aid techniques for mild and severe dehydration.

First Aid - Dehydration

18 min

In this course, you’ll get a basic idea of what diabetes is, learn how to recognize symptoms of a diabetes-related health crisis, and will learn some tips for providing first aid to a person suffering from a diabetic emergency, including both high blood sugar (hyperglycemia) and low blood sugar (hypoglycemia).

First Aid - Diabetic Emergencies

28 min

This course covers first aid for eye injuries from chemicals, cuts and scratches, and for objects embedded in the eye, and provides general procedures for using safety showers and safety eyewashes.

First Aid - Eye Injuries

24 min

Fire ants are aggressive ants that sometimes bite and sting. This course explains where in the U.S. fire ants are most commonly found and, within those regions, the types of areas you’re most likely to find them. It gives tips for bite/sting prevention, and discusses first aid procedures for bites and stings, including first aid for people who are allergic to the bites and stings.

First Aid - Fire Ant Bites and Stings

13 min

In this course, you’ll learn how to avoid being stung by flying insects, what to do if someone has been stung and is having a mild reaction, and what to do in the event of a severe reaction to a flying insect sting, including what to do if the stung person is allergic.

First Aid - Flying Insect Stings

16 min

In this course, you’ll learn some tips for avoiding head injuries, how to recognize a concussion, how to provide first aid for minor and more serious head injuries, and how to provide first aid if the person has lost consciousness.

First Aid - Head Injuries and Concussions

16 min

This course describes the potential severity of injuries to the head, neck back or spine; lists some tips for recognizing potentially serious injuries to these areas; and provides first aid tips for these situations.

First Aid - Head, Neck, Back, and Spine Injuries

12 min

This course explains what heart attacks and cardiac arrest are, how to recognize their symptoms, how to provide first aid, and the importance of summoning additional medical care for people suffering heart attacks and cardiac arrest.

First Aid - Heart Attacks and Cardiac Arrest

16 min

This course provides guidelines for what to do in an emergency first aid situation, and the order in which to do them. The course also explains the purpose (and limits) of emergency first aid, and the importance of summoning emergency medical assistance. Finally, it provides some general legal information about providing first aid.

First Aid - Initial Steps

32 min

This course explains what poisons are, lists some common poisons, gives tips for preventing exposure to poisons, explains the importance of contacting a Poison Control Center in the event of a poisoning, and explains first aid procedures for poison exposures.

First Aid - Poisoning

20 min

This course explains first aid for a scorpion bite. It also explains where scorpions live and what they look like; gives tips for preventing scorpion bites; and explains the symptoms of scorpion bites.

First Aid - Scorpion Stings

13 min

In this course, you’ll learn about the symptoms and causes of seizures as well as first aid to provide a person experiencing a seizure.

First Aid - Seizures

18 min

This course will explain some reasons people go into shock, list some symptoms of shock, explain first aid to provide to someone in shock, and note the importance of calling for qualified medical assistance to aid someone in shock.

First Aid - Shock

10 min

This course focuses on first aid for bites from the four most common poisonous snakes in the United States: rattlesnakes, water moccasins, coral snakes, and copperheads. Information focuses on snake identification, bite prevention, and proper first aid.

First Aid - Snake Bites

23 min

In this course, you’ll learn basic first aid for minor spider bites. In addition, you’ll learn what black widows, brown recluses, and hobo spiders look like; where in the U.S. they tend to live; the kind of areas they’re commonly found in; how to avoid their bites; proper PPE to wear when in an area they may live in; symptoms of their bites; first aid for their bites.

First Aid - Spider Bites

21 min

This course explains what sprains and strains are, explains the RICE method for training sprains and strains, and gives tips on when a person with a strain or sprain should seek additional medical care.

First Aid - Sprains and Strains

15 min

This course explains some causes and types of strokes, lists common stroke symptoms, introduces the American Stroke Association’s F.A.S.T. method for identifying stroke symptoms and calling for first aid, and provides first aid procedures.

First Aid - Stroke

18 min

In this course, you’ll learn what a tick looks like and where ticks live; how to avoid being bitten by a tick; how to inspect your body for ticks; how to remove a tick from your body if you have been bitten; first aid for tick bites; symptoms of tick bites and serious reactions to tick bites; and tips for seeking medical care after a tick bite.

First Aid - Tick Bites

15 min

This course explains some of the most common causes of unconsciousness, explains the importance of calling for qualified medical assistance, and gives tips for providing first aid.

First Aid - Unconsciousness

13 min

Based on OSHA standards, this course helps raise awareness of the potential hazards presented by common workplace products while offering practical instruction on labeling, storage, handling, and managing spills and waste to help establish safe work habits for yourself and your team.

Flammable and Combustible Liquids

26 min

Slips, trips, and falls (or STFs) are a leading cause of work-related injuries, including sprains, strains, fractures, contusions, and abrasions. While STFs can occur on level surfaces and at elevated heights, this course focuses only on STFs which occur on level surfaces.

Floor and Walkway Safety and Auditing

40 min

Provides information on the most common types of forklifts used in general industry and warehouse environments. Includes important information required by OSHA’s general industry standards (29 CFR 1910.178) as well as best practices on operating powered industrial trucks.

Available in Spanish

Forklift Safety

44 min

This training video provides information on the most common types of forklifts used in general industry and warehouse environments; it doesn’t cover rough terrain forklifts, aerial work platforms, or forklifts with extendable booms.

Forklift Safety for Canada

69 min

This course covers the common ways forklift operators cause product damage in a warehouse environment, and recommended practices for avoiding this damage. It is meant to be used as an introductory or refresher course for forklift operators.

Forklifts - Reducing Product Damage

24 min

This course provides information on the history and production of formaldehyde as well as its uses, sources, exposure regulations, the types of formaldehyde, and the effects of exposure to formaldehyde gas.

Formaldehyde Awareness

14 min

This course includes information on hand tools and power tools, including electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, liquid fuel, and powder-actuated power tools. Topics covered include general tool safety, maintenance, guards, best practices, and operating guidelines.

Available in Spanish

Hand and Power Tools

23 min

The power to recognize and avoid injury is right at your fingertips. This course includes information on hand tools and power tools, including electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic, liquid fuel, and powder-actuated power tools. Topics covered include general tool safety, maintenance, guards, best practices, and operating guidelines.

Hand and Power Tools for Canada

24 min

This course will provide general hand safety awareness and discuss techniques for avoiding common hand injuries.

Available in Spanish

Hand Safety

18 min

Knowing proper hand hygiene techniques, the routes of hand contamination, the importance of the time spent washing the hands, and the difference between soaps and sanitizers will help keep you and your co-workers safe from the many foodborne illnesses that surround us.

Available in Spanish

Hand Washing and Hygiene

15 min

This course provides an overview of the key issues covered in OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard, including the 2012 revision of the standard to align with the Globally Harmonized System (GHS), and provides the information that employees need to know about the labeling of hazardous chemicals in all parts of their product cycle.

Available in Spanish

Hazard Communication GHS

39 min

Hidden hazards are not easily identifiable. This course will identify examples of hidden hazards and best practices to reduce the risks of these hazards.

Hazard Perception - Hidden Hazards

12 min

The Hazard Communication Final Rule (HazCom 2012) is aligned with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals, or GHS, which provides standard criteria for determining chemical hazards to ensure different manufacturers and importers classify hazards similarly. This module will focus on the hazard classes defined by HazCom 2012.

Hazardous Material Classifications

39 min

Hazardous material labeling is a key element of OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard (HCS). This module will cover the labeling requirements of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) and alternative workplace labeling options.

Hazardous Material Labeling

28 min

This module will present best practices for the safe storage of hazardous chemicals.

Hazardous Material Storage

23 min

Protect your senses with a better understanding of the anatomy of the ear, how sound works, how the ear interprets sound, the effects of noise on hearing, and annual audiometric testing. Learn how to avoid occupational hearing loss by choosing and using the right hearing protection for your job, such as ear muffs and ear plugs.

Available in Spanish

Hearing Conservation

40 min

Protect one of your most valuable senses with a better understanding of the anatomy of the ear, how sound works, how the ear interprets sound, the effects of noise on hearing, and annual audiometric testing. Learn how to avoid occupational hearing loss by choosing and using the right hearing protection for your job, such as ear muffs and ear plugs.

Hearing Protection for Canada

40 min

This course provides the information you’ll need to “beat the heat” and keep yourself and other workers safe. You’ll learn about the different types of heat stress, from the least severe (heat rash) to the most severe (heat stroke).

Available in Spanish

Heat Stress Causes

21 min

This course will help you to recognize each condition of heat stress, and to know which ones require simple corrective actions, like taking a break, and which ones may require a trip to the hospital.

Available in Spanish

Heat Stress Symptoms and Prevention

24 min

This course will cover the basics for remaining safe around heavy equipment as well as some specific concepts and guidelines for you to follow when working with and around heavy construction equipment.

Heavy Equipment Safety Introduction

64 min

When operating heavy equipment, the driver's view is likely to be blocked in several directions. These "blind spots" can even obscure a person standing right next to the equipment. One wrong move and that person could be injured or even killed. But these incidents do not have to happen. This module will discuss how to safely operate and work around heavy equipment to avoid injuries.

Heavy Equipment Visibility

15 min

Learn what hexavalent chromium is, how it's formed, the health hazards it presents, and what personal protective equipment you can use to protect yourself. Our training will also give you a better understanding of OSHA permissible exposure limits, monitoring, recordkeeping, medical surveillance, and employee notification.

Hexavalent Chromium

34 min

There is no one standard for Hot Work Permits; different facilities will have different forms and different procedures. This course serves as an introduction to the common protocols in place at most workplaces that are meant to ensure safe conditions before hot work can begin.

Hot Work Permit

15 min

Based on NFPA 51B and 29 CFR Subpart Q regarding welding, cutting, brazing, and other hot work, this course is intended to help workers recognize the potential hazards of hot work and avoid injuries and property damage by properly planning, preparing for, and performing hot work.

Available in Spanish

Hot Work Safety

28 min

This course covers basic guidelines and best practices for working safely around common hydraulic equipment. Based on OSHA documents and industry experience, this course is designed to help workers understand how to recognize common hydraulic hazards and avoid serious injuries.

Available in Spanish

Hydraulic Fluid Safety

28 min

Protect yourself and your team with this critical information that raises awareness of what Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) is and discusses exposure risks and effects, toxicity, ignition, detection, prevention, and evacuation.

Hydrogen Sulfide Awareness

13 min

This course discusses reasons for incident investigations, the phases of an incident investigation, team leader responsibilities, and who comprises the investigation team. It then provides information on best practices for interviewing witnesses, determining the root cause of an incident, and corrective and follow-up actions.

Available in Spanish

Incident Investigation

34 min

“Industrial hygiene” (aka “occupational hygiene,”) is the discipline of evaluating and controlling workplace hazards in order to protect the health and well being of workers and the community. This course describes the job responsibilities of an industrial hygienist, discusses common workplace hazards, and details measures that can be used to control these hazards.

Industrial Hygiene Basics

44 min

Based on industry best practices and OSHA guidelines, this course offers insights into why a job hazard analysis (JHA) is a critical part of any safety program. This course provides the fundamentals from identifying common workplace hazards to accepted means of hazard control.

Job Hazard Analysis

26 min

This course describes different types of ladders, as well as ladder construction, ladder selection, height requirements, weight capacity, hazardous conditions, inspections, ladder setup, safe practices when using ladders, storage, and maintenance.

Available in Spanish

Ladder Safety

29 min

This course describes different types of ladders, as well as ladder construction, ladder selection, height requirements, weight capacity, hazardous conditions, inspections, ladder setup, safe practices when using ladders, storage, and maintenance.

Ladders and Stepladders for Canada

34 min

Use this course to learn safe work practices around Light Amplification by Stimulated Emission of Radiation (LASERs). This course covers the theory of laser light, how lasers work, types of lasers, laser classifications, laser hazards, low-power laser hazards, and laser pointer safety guidelines.

Available in Spanish

Laser Safety

24 min

Protect yourself and your team from unintentional lead exposure with this course that defines what lead is and provides information on its history and usage, reduction efforts, lead exposure, effects, detection and treatment, personal protective equipment (PPE), and prevention methods.

Lead Awareness

16 min

This course covers basic guidelines and best practices for working safely around lead-based paint. Based on OSHA standards set forth in 29-CFR 1910.1025 related to lead exposure in the workplace, this course is designed to help workers recognize and avoid the hazards associated with lead-based paint.

Lead-Based Paint Safety

28 min

This course illustrates common hazards of line breaking and provides suggested preventative measures for this type of work. Based on general industry best practices and OSHA regulations, this course covers basic safe work procedures recommended by industry professionals when planning or working on a line break.

Available in Spanish

Line Breaking Safety

39 min

The North American Cargo Securement Standard provides the basis for the rules and regulations covering load securement on motor vehicles in the United States and Canada. This course covers the purpose of load securement, preparing loads, methods of load securement (including tie-down assemblies), working load limits, tie-down types, and safety.

Load Securement

26 min

Lockout/tagout ensures that the energy isolating device and the equipment being controlled cannot be re-energized until the locking device is removed. While an authorized person usually performs the lockout, an "affected employee" is an employee that is affected by the lockout. This course will focus on the general awareness needed for these "affected employees."

Available in Spanish

Lockout Tagout for Affected Employees

18 min

This course describes hazardous energy types and energy control procedures, including preparation, shutdown, isolation, lockout, stored energy check, verification, and release of lockout. Additional topics include lockout hardware and administration of an Energy Control Program (ECP). This course is intended for the "authorized employees" who typically perform lockout/tagout procedures.

Available in Spanish

Lockout Tagout for Authorized Employees

28 min

This course that describes hazardous energy types and energy control procedures, including preparation, shutdown, isolation, lockout, stored energy check, verification, and release of lockout. Additional topics include lockout hardware and administration of an Energy Control Program (ECP). This course is intended for the "authorized employees" who typically perform lockout/tagout procedures.

Lockout Tagout for Canada

28 min

This course covers the importance of having industrial machine hazards properly guarded and protected against. This course is aligned with OSHA General Industry standards and industry best practices. It is meant to be used as an introductory or refresher course for general industry workers who will be operating or working near industrial machinery.

Available in Spanish

Machine Guarding

37 min

Performing maintenance on complex equipment can introduce many safety hazards. This course addresses best practices for safely maintaining and repairing equipment.

Maintenance Safety

40 min

A mechanical power press (MPP) is a machine that uses dies and pressure to shear, punch, form, and assemble metal or other material. They can develop up to several thousand tons of pressure, and the area where they perform work - the "point of operation" - poses a serious pinch point hazard.

Mechanical Power Press Safety

42 min

OSHA's Access to Medical and Exposure Records Standard (29 CFR 1910.1020) describes employees’ rights to access their medical records and information about exposure to toxic substances and harmful physical agents. This module describes employees’ right of access, what types of records they have access to, and record retention requirements for employers.

Medical and Exposure Records Access

15 min

There is a hidden danger in striking two hardened metal surfaces together. This action can lead to sharp pieces of metal breaking out of the hammer or the struck piece of metal at very high velocity. This course will describe why this happens and what can be done to minimize the danger and protect yourself from injury.

Metal on Metal Safety

15 min

Knowing how to recognize mold, as well as how to clean it up and prevent it from recurring, is essential to a safe and healthy environment at work and at home.

Mold Awareness and Prevention

21 min

This course will cover some specific safety guidelines to prevent injuries during the mounting and dismounting of heavy equipment.

Mounting and Dismounting Heavy Equipment

12 min

OSHA has described near misses as incidents where no property was damaged and no personal injury sustained, but where, given a slight shift in time or position, damage and/or injury easily could have occurred. A program designed to identify, record, and address near miss incidents will improve worker safety and the safety culture of an organization.

Near Miss Best Practices

20 min

This course provides an introduction to NFPA 70E and summarizes some of its important electrical safety guidelines, including information on safety program components, risk assessment, risk control hierarchy, safety boundaries and some requirements for electrical equipment and devices.

NFPA 70E Introduction

39 min

This course discusses what constitutes extended or unusual works shifts and the hazards associated with work pattern changes. The dangers of sleep deprivation, as well as nighttime weather hazards, are also explained along with nighttime work area lighting needs, operating mobile equipment at night, and the best practices for working outside at night.

Night Shift Safety

18 min

Water is a critical resource that must be protected to supply safe drinking water and support various activities, such as farming, manufacturing, and tourism. The federal Clean Water Act (CWA) protects "waters of the United States" (WOTUS). This training provides general guidance on what waters are considered WOTUS.

NPDES Wastewater Discharge Permits

40 min

The Electrical General Requirements standard (29 CFR 1910.303) is one of OSHA’s most frequently cited standards. Among these standards, this course covers requirements for listed and labeled equipment, proper use of flexible cords and cables, working space requirements, and effective electrical safety programs.

OSHA Electrical General Requirements

31 min

The Electrical Wiring Methods standard (29 CFR 1910.305) is one of OSHA’s most frequently cited standards. This standard covers wiring methods, components, and equipment for general use. This course will address some of the frequently cited requirements and provide some examples to help clarify the standard.

OSHA Electrical Wiring Methods

28 min

This course will review the criteria for recording injuries and illnesses for OSHA purposes.

OSHA Recordkeeping

56 min

Components and functions of overhead cranes, function of rigging and slings, and common pre-use safety inspections for cranes and rigging.

Available in Spanish

Overhead Crane Basics

20 min

This course covers the basic components and functions of floor-operated overhead cranes used in industrial facilities. It also covers the inspections of cranes and rigging components that many facilities require to be performed before a crane can be operated.

Overhead Crane Basics for Canada

20 min

The importance of the load capacity for an overhead crane and rigging; effect of sling angle; safe procedures for lifting, moving, and setting down a load; safe procedures for operating a crane near people; and importance of personal protective equipment.

Overhead Crane Operational Safety

16 min

This course gives workers an overview of the safe operating procedures for moving loads with floor-operated overhead industrial cranes. This course covers the dangers associated with lifting and moving a load with an overhead crane, as well as safe procedures that will avoid those dangers.

Overhead Crane Operational Safety for Canada

18 min

A pallet jack is a relatively simple device that allows a person to pick up and move a palletized load which can weigh several times that of the operator. This course will focus on the principles of operation and instructions for safe use of the manual type of pallet jack.

Pallet Jack Safety

21 min

Basic training on safely walking in active work zones. Learn about blind spots, the importance of eye contact, and designated walkways. Covers pedestrian safety guidelines, mobile equipment guidelines, and forklift driver guidelines.

Available in Spanish

Pedestrian Safety

13 min

Use this course to educate yourself and your team on head protection, eye and face protection, hand protection, foot protection, respiratory protection, and hearing protection.

Available in Spanish

Personal Protective Equipment

40 min

Use this course to educate yourself and your team on head protection, eye and face protection, hand protection, foot protection, respiratory protection, and hearing protection.

Personal Protective Equipment for Canada

39 min

Pneumatic tools are powered by compressed air. This module describes pneumatic tools hazards and how to deal with them.

Pneumatic Tool Safety

15 min

Pollution is the contamination of the environment by substances that harm plants, animals, people, or natural resources. This course describes ways to identify and reduce pollution at its source.

Pollution Prevention Best Practices

36 min

Portable loading ramps, also called portable loading docks, forklift ramps, mobile ramps, or yard ramps, provide access to semi-trailers and boxcars from ground level. This course will cover the basic features and safe operating guidelines for portable loading ramps.

Portable Loading Ramps

16 min

Pressure washing generally refers to the practice of using water sprayed through a nozzle at high pressure to clean or strip material from various surfaces. This course describes pressure washing best practices and steps to take to avoid polluting open water.

Pressure Washing Best Management Practices

26 min

This course will identify common contributing factors to cross traffic intersection collisions and strategies to prevent intersection collisions due to cross traffic.

Preventing Intersection Collisions - Cross Traffic

10 min

More than 25 percent of all car crashes are rear-end collisions. This course will describe contributing factors to rear-end crashes and identify strategies to prevent rear-ending or being rear-ended by another vehicle.

Preventing Intersection Collisions - Rear-ends

10 min

Intersections are one of the most dangerous locations on the roadway. Research has shown that a large number of crashes every year occur in an intersection or are intersection-related. This course identifies intersection hazards and strategies to prevent crashes in intersections.

Preventing Intersection Collisions - Turning

8 min

This course will identify common loss of control crashes and then discuss ways to reduce loss of control and how to regain control.

Preventing Loss of Control Crashes

10 min

This course will identify potential hazards that may lead to sideswipe crashes and best practices for avoiding those hazards.

Preventing Sideswipe Collisions

12 min

Process Safety Management is the identification, evaluation, and prevention of highly hazardous chemical releases that could occur as a result of catastrophic failures in processes, procedures, or equipment. This course covers the components of the OSHA regulation in detail.

Process Safety Management

45 min

Use this radiation safety course to learn about ionizing and non-ionizing radiation, gamma rays, isotope encapsulation, radiation-based sensor usage, radiation strength, and exposure minimization.

Available in Spanish

Radiation Safety

18 min

This course covers the required equipment needed for emergency preparedness, contingency plans, emergency procedures, inspection requirements, frequency, and logs, as well as personal training requirements and documentation.

RCRA - Emergencies, Inspections, and Training

28 min

This course covers the classifications of generators and their regulatory requirements, waste minimization, container management requirements, hazardous waste tanks, and air emission standards and controls.

RCRA - Generator, Container, and Tank Requirements

50 min

This course covers hazardous waste identification, hazardous waste lists, codes, and characteristics, and the mixture rule.

RCRA - Introduction

32 min

This course covers preparation steps for transportation, hazardous waste training requirements, hazardous waste manifest, land disposal restrictions (LDR), and alternative treatment standards.

RCRA - Preparing for Transportation, Manifesting, and LDR

37 min

The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) was passed by congress in 1976 to manage hazardous wastes. RCRA regulations apply to any company that generates, transports, treats, stores, or disposes of hazardous waste.

RCRA - Special Wastes and Other Requirements

37 min

This course explains what a respirator is and the types of hazards for which they can provide protection. It also explains the difference between air-supplying and air-purifying respirators as well as tight-fitting and loose-fitting respirators.

Available in Spanish

Respirator Basics

28 min

Before workers wear a respirator on the job, they must undergo a medical evaluation to see if they can wear the particular type of respirator safely. The medical evaluation looks for medical issues that might create a problem for the worker. In addition, after the medical evaluation, the worker should undergo a fit test to make sure the respirator fits properly and creates a tight seal. This course explains the medical evaluation and fit test in more detail.

Respirator Medical Evaluation and Fit Testing

24 min

“Voluntary use” situations occur when workers use respirators even when they are not required. When employers allow the "voluntary use" of respirators, there are several requirements they must fulfill.

Respirators - Voluntary Use

18 min

This course explains what a respirator is and the types of hazards for which they can provide protection. It also explains the difference between air-supplying and air-purifying respirators as well as tight-fitting and loose-fitting respirators. The use of respirators within the hierarchy of controls is covered, as are assigned protection factor (APF), selection criteria, and cleaning, maintaining, inspecting, and storing procedures. Finally, training and personal responsibility are covered.

Respiratory Protection for Canada

29 min

This module will describe the steps involved in a root cause analysis and some tools and methods that can be used.

Root Cause Analysis

23 min

This module will describe some different models and analysis methods that can help identify root causes of human errors and behavior problems.

Root Causes of Human Behavior

45 min

This course covers more advanced guidelines and best practices for safety in a variety of industrial workplaces. With safety topics including working around mobile equipment, hazardous chemicals, and moving machine parts, this course provides advanced concepts critical to establishing safe work habits for yourself and your team.

Available in Spanish

Safety and Health - Advanced

22 min

This course covers basic guidelines and best practices for safety in a variety of industrial workplaces. From identifying and avoiding common workplace hazards to housekeeping and incident reporting, this course provides the fundamental elements critical to establishing safe work habits for yourself and your team.

Available in Spanish

Safety and Health - Basic

21 min

This course will provide an overview and general guidelines for performing safety inspections and observations.

Safety Inspections and Observations

21 min

Knowing use procedures, maintenance practices, and the locations of safety showers and eye washes will reduce the risk of serious injury and lead to safer conditions in the workplace.

Safety Showers and Eye Washes

28 min

This course covers some of the more important regulation requirements for supported scaffolds, as well as basic safe practices for working on or near these scaffolds. It is intended as an introductory or refresher course for construction and general industry workers who will be working on or near scaffold systems.

Scaffolding for Canada

45 min

Unless you are driving on an interstate, it is possible you will be sharing the road with other types of road users. This course will identify clues that cyclists and pedestrians may become hazards and strategies to prevent collisions with cyclists or pedestrians.

Sharing the Road with Pedestrians and Cyclists

10 min

To prevent shoulder injuries, make sure equipment and controls are maintained and function correctly, follow safe work practices, use required PPE, don’t overexert, maintain good posture, and stretch and take breaks regularly.

Shoulder Injury Prevention

32 min

A comprehensive floor and walkway safety program can greatly reduce slips, trips, and falls (STF). Among other things, this program should include floor and walkway audits and STF prevention inspections performed by trained and qualified persons. STF prevention inspections should include annual inspections, routine safety inspections, and change analyses.

Slip, Trip, and Fall Prevention Inspections

28 min

This course describes common causes of slips, trips, and falls, how they can be prevented, and first aid procedures for fall injuries.

Available in Spanish

Slips, Trips, and Falls

29 min

This course describes common causes of slips, trips, and falls, how they can be prevented, and first aid procedures for fall injuries.

Slips, Trips, and Falls for Canada

32 min

The purpose of the EPA’s Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasure rule is to prevent oil contamination of navigable waterways and adjoining shorelines.

SPCC Inspections

31 min

One way these facilities can unintentionally discharge oil to waterways is with runoff. To prevent this, they can prevent run-on from reaching equipment with the potential for oil discharges, and also prevent oil-containing runoff from leaving the facility. This course describes the containment measures that can be used to accomplish these goals.

SPCC Run-On and Runoff

29 min

At facilities regulated by the SPCC Rule, all containers, equipment, and areas with the potential for oil discharges are subject to secondary containment requirements. This course describes the secondary containment that can be used to prevent oil discharges.

SPCC Secondary Containment

40 min

Speeding is one of the contributing factors in a large percentage of crashes. This course will identify why it is important to manage your speed and space around your vehicle and describe strategies for effective space management.

Speed and Space Management

10 min

This course will discuss spill-related pollution, spill prevention techniques, appropriate procedures for controlling a spill in the event that one occurs, and countermeasure techniques that can be taken to help comply with federal regulations.

Spill Prevention, Control, and Countermeasures

50 min

Steam is used around the world in many different ways. In industrial environments, it is commonly used for power generation and in heating and drying applications. This course describes the hazards presented by steam pipes, how to prevent them, as well as how to properly inspect, insulate, and label steam pipes.

Steam Pipe Safety

31 min

There are many obvious hazards associated with lifting large, heavy steel members and working at heights. This module provides hazard awareness information to prevent the most common incidents.

Steel Erection Safety

32 min

To safely store and handle combustible liquids, make sure you read and understand their labels and safety data sheets, and fully understand their hazards. Also follow the combustible liquid storage and handling best practices in this course and for your workplace.

Storage and Handling of Combustibles

29 min

To safely store and handle corrosives, read the container labels and safety data sheets, and follow the requirements and precautions they contain. Also follow the storage and handling best practices for hazardous chemicals and corrosives for your workplace and listed in this course, and keep an accurate inventory at all times.

Storage and Handling of Corrosives

32 min

To safely store and handle flammable liquids, read and understand their labels and safety data sheets, and follow the best practices and regulations included in this course and established for your worksite or location.

Storage and Handling of Flammables

39 min

To avoid the potential hazards of toxics, always review and follow the recommendations and precautions listed on pesticide labels and in SDSs, and adhere to the best practices presented in this course, plus any that have been established for your workplace.

Storage and Handling of Pesticides

34 min

Stormwater runoff is the result of precipitation created by rain or snowmelt flowing over any exposed surface, such as equipment, roofs, roads, and pastures. This course describes the legal provisions related to stormwater pollution prevention as well as structural and operational best management practices at facilities.

Stormwater Pollution Prevention

32 min

This course covers some of the more important OSHA requirements for supported scaffolds, as well as basic safe practices for working on or near these scaffolds. It is intended as an introductory or refresher course for construction and general industry workers who will be working on or near scaffold systems.

Available in Spanish

Supported Scaffold Safety

45 min

This course emphasizes the importance of drivers paying close attention to the road and its conditions, as well as how their behaviors and decisions can factor in a rollover.

Available in Spanish

Tanker Rollover

21 min

This module describes the steps involved and how to perform a task analysis.

Task Analysis

16 min

This course covers safe work practices for excavation and trenching work. It is meant to be used as an introductory or refresher course for construction workers involved in digging or working in an excavation. It is based on OSHA Construction regulations and industry best practices.

Available in Spanish

Trenching and Excavation Safety

34 min

This course covers the importance of soil properties and classifications when engaging in excavation work. It is meant to be used as an introductory or refresher course for construction workers who will be digging or working in excavations. It is based on OSHA excavation regulations and on recognized best practices.

Trenching and Excavation Soil Properties

15 min

This course will describe common truck mounted crane types and components. The main focus of the module will be on the safe operation of truck mounted cranes.

Truck Mounted Cranes

42 min

Working with or around turpentine is sometimes unavoidable, so it is critical that you use the proper PPE, follow standard procedures, and know how to handle leaks, spills, and other emergency situations. This course describes what turpentine is, its uses, the hazards it presents, and how to protect yourself from those hazards.

Turpentine Awareness

21 min

Any tank, and associated underground piping, with at least 10% of its volume underground is considered an underground storage tank (UST). This course will summarize underground storage tank regulations.

Underground Storage Tank Requirements (UST)

45 min

There are four main categories of universal waste: batteries, lamps, pesticides, and mercury-containing equipment. This course will cover storage, container labeling, handling, and spill cleanup procedures for universal wastes.

Universal Waste Storage and Handling

31 min

Spills involving volatile solvents are a unique class of spills. This is due to the fact that in addition to any damage and pollution directly caused by the spilled liquid, evaporation of a volatile solvent will contaminate the air in the vicinity with the gaseous form of the liquid.

Volatile Solvent Spill Response

18 min

This course covers hazards and safety guidelines associated with warehouses and loading docks, including personal protective equipment (PPE), importance of housekeeping, mobile equipment, driving safety, fire extinguishers, and emergency procedures.

Warehouse and Loading Dock Safety

31 min

This course will cover welding-specific personal protective equipment, arc and gas welding, brazing and soldering, as well as the hazards they present. Lastly, this course discusses safety procedures used to minimize the exposure to different welding hazards.

Welding Safety

26 min

Wire ropes are used on machines that lift and move heavy loads because they are strong, durable, and resistant to abrasion. You will also learn the meaning of lay and about different lay types. This course ends with a description of the different construction types, wire rope design compromises, and a wire rope’s maximum working load.

Wire Rope Basics

28 min

In this course, you will learn which personal protective equipment to wear while using wire ropes, safety guidelines for working with wire ropes, and how to recognize potential wire rope hazards.

Wire Rope Safety and Operation

18 min

Work zones or construction zones are some of the most risky locations on any road. This course will identify why work zones are hazardous and describe strategies to reduce your risk of a crash in a work zone.

Work Zone Driving Hazards

10 min

Roadways and work activities differ, and weather, traffic volumes, and local environments also vary, so a "one size fits" all approach to work zone safety is not appropriate. However, there are policies, procedures, and guidelines which do apply to all. These are covered in this course.

Work Zone Safety

31 min

This module is designed to ensure workers know what information should be provided to them and to help them understand that information. It describes the requirements of the Right to Know Standard and each section of a safety data sheet.

Worker Right to Know (RTK)

31 min

This course discusses best practices for working over or near water, including the proper use of common types of personal flotation devices (PFDs). This course also offers information on what to do in “man overboard” (MOB) situations, including survival tactics and recovery practices.

Working Over or Near Water

28 min

The Workplace Hazardous Material Information System (WHMIS) requires employers to communicate hazard information by labeling containers, providing safety data sheets, and training employees to recognize hazardous materials and how to protect themselves and their coworkers. This course provides an overview of WHMIS requirements.

Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)

39 min

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