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Workplace Health & Safety

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Bloodborne Pathogens ›

This course is intended for employees who are likely to be exposed to potentially infected bodily fluids. This includes first-aid responders, maintenance personnel, janitorial staff, and any personnel assigned to clean up such fluids...

Defensive Driving ›

This course teaches your employees defensive driving techniques, helps them recognize possible accident situations before they happen, and covers the dangers of aggressive driving...

Hazardous Communication Standard Training ›

As of December 1, 2013, OSHA requires all employees to be trained on the new Hazardous Communication Standard (HCS) for labels and Safety Data Sheets...

Injury & Illness Prevention ›

The Injury & Illness Prevention Policy course ensures that your entire workforce has read, acknowledged and agreed to abide by your organization’s Injury & Illness Prevention Policy...

Substance Abuse & Drug Free Act ›

This 30-minute training course is designed to be the centerpiece of a comprehensive Drug and Alcohol-Free Program for any type of organization...

Slips, Trips, & Falls ›

This course is intended to make individuals aware of potential slip, trip, and fall hazards in the workplace and covers how to recognize indoor and outdoor dangers...

Workplace Ergonomics Training ›

This course addresses the key components of an ergonomics program identified by OSHA in the DRAFT Ergonomics Standard and the NIOSH manual "Elements of Ergonomics Program."...

First Aid and CPR ›

Covers basic First Aid and CPR practices in the workplace. Topics include appropriate responses to emergency situations such as bleeding, shock, burns, eye injuries, heart attack, fractures, and exposure...

Emergency Preparedness ›

This course provides instructions on emergency response, safety, reporting, and evacuation of company facilities in the event of a natural disaster, fire, bomb threat, or other emergency...

Lockout/Tagout ›

This course covers the control of hazardous energy and work under the protection of a lockout/tagout permit…

Personal Protective Equipment PPE Training ›

Covers all types of personal protective equipment (PPE), when it is necessary, and the selection, use, and maintenance of personal protective equipment in the workplace...

Asbestos Awareness ›

This course covers health hazards and protective measures related to asbestos. It defines asbestos and OSHA's Standard as well as how employees can become exposed...

Fire Prevention ›

Teaches basic fire safety principles, the recognition and prevention of potential fire hazards, and proper emergency procedures such as proper fire extinguisher operation and maintenance...

New Employee Safety Orientation Training ›

New employees are at a higher risk for being involved in a job-related accident. It is estimated that most accidents occur within an employee's first six months on a new job...

Workplace Bullying and Violence Prevention ›

How many times do we hear of workplace violence tragedies in the news that could have been prevented if someone had reported the warning signs that lead to workplace violence?...

Active Shooter Response ›

It’s difficult to acknowledge that violence sometimes enters the workplace. And when it does, it’s a nightmare for everyone involved. One of the most important things you can do is keep your employees safe. But...

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Don't Just Stay In Compliance, Create a Culture of Safety

You can help protect your employees from injury and illness with training that increases safety awareness and promotes safe behaviors. From OSHA compliance training to general ergonomics, we can provide safety training solutions for every industry to help reduce incidents and protect your organization from the high cost of noncompliance.

When it comes to new employee safety training, there are so many workplace safety topics and areas to cover, it may be tough to know where to start. Keep in mind that while training is necessary for all organizations, each workplace is created differently and should focus on areas that pertain to its specified operations. What's essential for all businesses is uniform training, to steer employees toward compliance with state, federal or industry regulations. And when new safety regulations are enacted, like the new hazmat labeling rules, even seasoned employees may need additional job site safety training, like our updated hazard communication training.

The good news is, you’re not alone. Safety in the workplace is something that every regulated organization in the country must follow to ensure the well-being of their employees, customers and even bystanders. But workplace safety, like most everything else these days, is constantly evolving. Odds are the training you provided five years ago...or even last year...is out-of-date in some aspect.

Now, more so than ever before, a solid foundation of current and on-going safety training is needed to keep up with all of the changes while simultaneously keeping the workplace running as smoothly and safely as possible.

It’s proven that companies and organizations that adhere to safety training often see a decrease in workplace injuries, incidents and fatalities.That means fewer fines and lawsuits, along with less work time missed due to injuries. Workplace Answers has published an article on Implementing a Successful Safety Program you may find helpful. Meanwhile, request a demo on our office safety courses, and ask our representative how to tailor a safety training library to meet your exact requirements.

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