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The Course Library consists of 350 training courses in categories such as Safety, Health and Environment (SHE), OSHA-10 Series, Five-minute Safety, Legal Compliance, Department of Transportation (DOT) …

The Course Library consists of 350 training courses in categories such as Safety, Health and Environment (SHE), OSHA-10 Series, Five-minute Safety, Legal Compliance, Department of Transportation (DOT) regulations, Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) regulations, Chemical/Material Hazards and Process Operations. About 40 of these courses are also available in Spanish.

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  • 1. © 1999 - 2014 Frontline Data Solutions, Inc. All rights reserved. Website: www.fldata.com TrainingMine Courses (English) with Synopsis, Topics and Objectives Note: Courses marked *** are also available in Spanish, German, French, Euro English, Canadian French, Italian, Portuguese and Turkish languages. # 1 Title Bloodborne Pathogens*** Synopsis This course provides an overview of OSHA standard on Bloodborne Pathogens. Course explains Bloodborne Pathogens, how you can get infected and how you can protect yourself at workplace. Time 30 min Topics BBP Standard What is HBV What is HIV How you can be infected Universal Precaution Reduce Risks Objectives After completion of this module, you should be able to:  Explain the BBP Standard  Describe and differentiate HBV and HIV  Tell how bloodborne disease can infect you  Explain methods of precaution from bloodborne diseases  How you can reduce risk of being infected Audio Yes 2 Permit Required Confined Space*** This course provides an overview of Confined Spaces, its hazards and Permit and Entry requirements as mandated by OSHA. 30 min Confined Spaces and Hazards Hazardous Atmospheres Permits and Entry Procedures After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  What is a permit required confined space and its hazards  Hazardous atmospheres inside confined spaces  Confined space entry and permit procedures Yes 3 Electrical Safety*** This course provides an overview of Electrical Safety to Non-qualified personnel. It discusses basics of electricity, safe work practices, lockout/tagout procedures and importance of PPE and housekeeping when working on electrical equipment. 30 min Types of Electricity Safe Work Practices Lockout/Tagout Procedures PPE and Housekeeping After completion of this module, you should be able to:  Identify the two types of Electricity  Understand Safe Work Practices  Understand the lockout/tagout procedures  Understand the importance of PPE and Good Housekeeping Yes 4 Forklift Safety*** This course provides an overview of safe use of forklifts. It discusses types of forklifts, its capacities and ratings, how to operate forklifts safely, and special instructions on operating 45 min Overview Forklift Identification Capacity and Ratings Operating forklifts Safety Tips Loading Docks and Trailers After completion of this module, you should be able to:  Identify different types of forklifts.  Understand the capacity and ratings for forklifts.  Understand the procedures for Yes
  • 2. forklifts on Loading Docks and Trailers.   operating a forklift safely. Follow safety tips and avoid an accident. Safely operate a forklift on Loading Docks and in Trailers. 5 Personal Protective Equipment*** This course provides a basic overview of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), selecting proper PPE for a job and proper use, care and handling of PPE. 30 min What is PPE Selecting PPE Use of PPE After completion of this module, you should be able to:  Understand what PPE is  Select proper PPE for a job  Proper use of PPE and additional training on its use Yes 6 Hazard Communication Awareness This course provides a basic overview of OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard, how to meet its requirements, and how to conduct hazard assessment for this program. 30 min Purpose of HazCom HazCom Program Hazard Assessment After completion of this module, you should be able to:  Describe the purpose of the Hazard Communication (HazCom) Standard  Define components of the HazCom program  Conduct a Hazard Assessment Yes 7 Hand and Power Tool Safety*** This course provides basic familiarity with OSHA Hand and Power Tool Standard. Common tool hazards, PPE, proper tool care, selecting right tool and common tool abuse are discussed. 45 min Overview Tool Hazards Tool Care Right Tool for the Job Special Tools Abusing tools After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Hazards associated with Hand & Power Tools  Proper tool care and the "right tool for the job"  When to use "special tools"  Correct use of tools Yes 8 Asbestos Awareness*** This course provides an overview of Asbestos, its history, its health hazards, OSHA regulations concerning work with Asbestos and safe practices to follow when handling Asbestos. 45 min Background OSHA Regulations Health Hazards Safe Handling of Asbestos Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  History of Asbestos and its properties  OSHA regulations regarding working with Asbestos  Health hazards posed by Asbestos  Safe handling of Asbestos including its disposal and recommended PPE Yes 9 Hazardous Waste Awareness This course provides an overview of Hazardous Wastes. It defines solid wastes, explains characteristics of solid wastes 30 min Introduction Hazardous Wastes Solid Wastes Characteristics of After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  What is Hazardous Wastes  What is solid waste Yes
  • 3. that make it hazardous and proper handling and storage of Hazardous Wastes. Hazardous Wastes Handling and Storage Conclusion   What are characteristics of Hazardous Wastes Proper handling and storage of Hazardous Wastes 10 Ladders and Stairways*** This course provides an overview of ladders (both portable and fixed) and stairways. Ladder types, safe use, inspection/maintenance and housekeeping are discussed. 30 min Overview Portable Ladders Stepladder Extension Ladders Portable Ladder Safety Tips Fixed Ladders Inspection and Maintenance Stairways Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  What are fixed and portable ladders  Types of portable ladders  Safe use of portable ladders  Inspection/Maintenance and Housekeeping Yes 11 Respiratory Protection*** This course provides an overview of respiratory protection in hazardous environment. Types of respirators, selection guidelines, proper use, maintenance and inspection procedures are discussed. 30 min Overview Types of Respirators Negative type Respirators Positive type Respirators Use and Maintenance Inspection Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Situations where respiratory protection is necessary  Types of respirators and guidelines for selecting proper type  Commonly used respirators for different environments  Use, maintenance and inspection procedures Yes 12 Haz-Com Material Safety Data Sheets This course provides an overview of Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) part of the Haz-Com program. The course covers various sections of MSDS and how you can use information contained therein for safe and responsible handling of material. 30 min Overview What does MSDS include? Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  What is MSDS?  What does it contain?  How can the information provided by MSDS help in safe and responsible handling of material  Other requirements of the MSDS program Yes 13 HAZWOPER Awareness This course provides awareness training that is necessary for OSHA’s HAZWOPER program. The training covers basic understanding of hazardous materials and how to 30 min Overview Hazardous materials Emergencies Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  What is HAZWOPER Level 1 Awareness  What are hazardous materials  How to recognize emergencies resulting from these materials Yes
  • 4. appropriately provide initial response to emergencies resulting from these materials.  How to provide appropriate initial (or first responder) response to such emergencies 14 Hearing Protection*** This course emphasizes necessity of proper hearing protection in high noise areas. Types of hearing protection and when to use, how to recognize hearing loss, what are harmful noise levels and need for routine hearing test are explained. 30 min Overview Types of Hearing Protection When do you need Hearing Protection? Hearing Loss Ear sections Harmful Noise Level Hearing Test Conclusions After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  What is noise and its types  Common hearing protection devices  Situation when hearing protection should be used  How to recognize hearing loss  How ear functions and section which gets damaged by high noise  Importance of regular hearing test Yes 15 Indoor Cranes*** This course provides an overview of safe use of Indoor Cranes. Topics covered are prelift preparation and inspection, proper rigging and lifting of load. 30 min Background Pre-Lift Preparation Rigging Lifting Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  How to inspect a crane prior to lifting  How to prepare for lifting  Proper method to rig the load  Proper method to lift the load Yes 16 Scaffolds*** This course provides an overview of Scaffolds. Topics covered are general Scaffold requirements, components of Scaffold and proper Scaffold inspection prior to use. 30 min Overview General Requirements Scaffold Components Scaffold Inspection Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  General Scaffold requirements  Components of Scaffold  Proper Scaffold inspection Yes 17 Temporary Barricades*** This course provides an overview of Temporary Barricades and how through proper use of such barricades, exposure to hazardous situations can be reduced. Topics covered are types of barricades and when to use them, responsibility for barricades and procedure for entry into barricaded areas. 30 min Overview Tape Barricades Situations requiring Barricades Entry into Barricaded area Barricade Responsibility Conclusions After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Red and Yellow tape barricades and their significance  Typical situations requiring each barricade type  Procedure for entry into barricaded areas  Who is responsible for installing and removing barricades Yes 18 Voluntary Protection Program This course provides an overview of OSHA’s Voluntary 30 min What is VPP? OSHA Guidelines After completion of this module, you should be able to understand: Yes
  • 5. Protection Program, VPP. Guidelines for VPP qualification, its benefits to qualifying site and elements that must be addressed for qualification are discussed. VPP Benefits Key VPP Elements Conclusions     Voluntary Protection Program (VPP) and its different levels OSHA guidelines to qualify for VPP Benefits to a site qualifying for VPP What elements must be addressed to qualify for VPP 19 Office Safety*** This course provides an overview of some of the hazards one may encounter in a typical office. Hazards and Risks of Electricity, Office Machinery, Manual Handling and Ergonomics, Chemicals, Environmental factors such as Air and Noise, Housekeeping, Slips, Trips and Falls, Occupational Aggression and Violence, and Fire are discussed. 30 min Overview Legislation What can go wrong in an Office? Hazards and Risks Conclusions After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Factors contributing to injury in an office  Learn to recognize hazards and risks of Electricity, Office Machinery, Manual Handling and Ergonomics, Chemicals, Environmental factors such as Air and Noise, Housekeeping, Slips, Trips and Falls, Occupational Aggression and Violence, and Fire Yes 20 Office Ergonomics*** This course provides an overview of the basic elements of Office Ergonomics and tasks that can potentially cause Workrelated Musculoskeletal Disorders (WMSD) and other injuries to the muscle and joints. 30 min Overview Definitions Risk Factors Office Equipment Ergo Check Tips for Avoiding Injury Injury Awareness Conclusions After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  What are Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders (WMSD)  Workstation ergonomics  Types of Musculoskeletal injuries and how to avoid them Yes 21 Knife Safety*** This course provides an overview of safe use of knife. Topics covered are safety precautions, importance of First Aid, knife maintenance and selecting right knife for the job. 30 min Overview Safety Precautions First Aid Knife maintenance Right Tool in Right Condition Conclusions After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Precautions to take when using knife  Importance of First Aid if injured by knife  Importance of maintaining a knife  Selecting right knife in right condition for the job at hand Yes 22 Lockout/Tagout*** This course provides an overview of OSHA standard for lockout/tagout of equipment and machines. Topics covered are scope of the standard, use of energy isolating devices to 45 min Overview Energy Isolating Devices Scope of Lockout/Tagout Standard Definitions Lockout/Tagout/Tags After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  What are Energy Isolating Devices  What is covered by the OSHA Lockout/Tagout Standard  What is lockout/tagout and how to Yes
  • 6. isolate equipment/machine, proper use of lockout/tagout devices on energy isolating devices per established procedures and specific roles and responsibilities of employers and employees for proper implementation of the lockout/tagout standard. Lockout/Tagout Devices Roles and Responsibilities Conclusions    use them to secure energy isolating devices Situations under which tagout may be acceptable Types of lockout/tagout devices Employers and employees responsibilities for proper implementation of this program 23 Process Safety Management This course provides an overview of OSHA standard for Process Safety Management (PSM) of highly hazardous chemicals. Brief overview of all fourteen elements of this program - Process Safety Information, Process Hazard Analysis, Operating Procedures, Employee Participation, Training, Contractors, PreStartup Safety Review, Mechanical Integrity, Hot Work Permit, Management of Change (MOC), Incident Investigation, Emergency Response Plan, Compliance Audits and Trade Secrets is provided. 45 min Overview Process Safety Information Process Hazard Analysis Operating Procedures Employee Participation Training Contractors Pre-Startup Safety Review Mechanical Integrity Hot Work Permit Management of Change (MOC) Incident Investigation Emergency Response Plan Compliance Audits Trade Secrets Conclusions After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Basis for OSHA’s standard for Process Safety Management (PSM) of highly hazardous chemicals  Fourteen points addressed by this standard -- Process Safety Information, Process Hazard Analysis, Operating Procedures, Employee Participation, Training, Contractors, Pre-Startup Safety Review, Mechanical Integrity, Hot Work Permit, Management of Change (MOC), Incident Investigation, Emergency Response Plan, Compliance Audits and Trade Secrets Yes 24 Job Safety Analysis This course provides an overview of Job Safety Analysis (JSA), a systematic technique useful for identifying, evaluating and controlling health and safety hazards associated with a job or task. Benefits of JSA, when to use it, proper techniques to complete it and how to formulate corrective actions are discussed. 30 min Introduction Learning Objectives What is a Job Safety Analysis? Benefits of Job Safety Analysis Uses of Job Safety Analysis 8-step Method Conclusions After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  What is Job Safety Analysis (JSA)  Benefits of JSA  Situations when JSA is useful  Step-by-step method of completing JSA  How to formulate corrective actions on hazards identified Yes 25 Driver Safety This course provides an overview of driving safely and is useful whether you are driving 45 min Introduction Before You Drive Behavior and Actions After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  How to drive safely both on or off the Yes
  • 7. to/from work or on/off company business. Topics discussed are road, traffic, vehicle, lighting, weather and driver conditions and why you must monitor these constantly in order to reach your destination safely. Vision Fatigue and Drowsiness Other Physical Conditions Basic Rules of the Road Stopping Distance Weight Transfer Skids Additional Defensive Driving Terms Blind Zones Searching Technique Making Turns Pulling Out From Stop Signs Passing Braking Cell Phone Use Conclusions    job What to check and be aware of before you put your foot on the accelerator Be aware of your behavior and actions, as these factors cause 70% of all accidents Why and how you must constantly monitor changing vehicle, lighting, weather, road and traffic conditions 26 Incident Investigation*** This course provides an overview of an effective Incident Investigation methodology and its benefits. Systematic step-bystep investigation process starting with setting up of a team, collecting information, identifying all causes, determining root cause, devising correcting/preventive actions with communication and followup can avoid recurrence of the incident. 30 min Incident Investigation Policy Purpose and Benefits of Incident Investigation Training Objectives Definitions Incident Investigation Team Investigation Tools Investigation Process Collecting Information Identifying All Possible Causes Determining the Root Cause Corrective and Preventive Actions Communicating Findings Incident Reporting Follow-up After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Why is it important to investigate an incident  Kinds of incidents that must be investigated  Investigation team and tools they can use  Step-by-stem effective investigation process that results in determining root cause  How to formulate corrective/preventive actions  Importance of communicating findings and follow-up to close out all actions No 27 Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) This course provides an overview of Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) for regulation and 45 min Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) Legal Implications After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Why Congress passed Resource Conservation and Recovery Act (RCRA) No
  • 8. management of hazardous wastes. Topics covered are definition of hazardous wastes and their characteristics, proper labeling, storage and transportation of such wastes. Cradle-to-grave manifest system for shipping hazardous wastes and legal implications (civil and criminal penalties) of violating the Act are also discussed. Hazardous Waste Hazardous Waste Characteristics Hazardous Waste Labeling Hazardous Waste Storage Hazardous Waste Transportation Conclusion       for regulation and management of hazardous wastes What are civil and criminal penalties if you violate this law What is hazardous waste and what are its characteristics Importance of proper labeling of hazardous wastes Types of hazardous wastes storage facilities and criteria they must meet How to transport hazardous wastes from your facility to "Permitted Hazardous Waste Treatment, Storage or Disposal (TSD) facility" using manifest system Importance of filling out proper manifest forms 28 Fire Extinguishers*** This course provides an overview of proper selection and use of Fire Extinguishers. Topics covered are an understanding of what causes fire, classes of fire, types of Fire Extinguishers, proper use and inspection of Fire Extinguishers and basic fire prevention practices. 30 min Overview Fire Triangle Classes of Fire Types of Fire Extinguishers Fire Prevention Using Fire Extinguishers Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to:  Understand what Fire Triangle is  Understand the different classes of fires  Identify the different types of Fire Extinguishers  Understand fire prevention and how to use Fire Extinguishers effectively Yes 29 Fall Protection*** This course provides an overview of OSHA requirements for Fall Protection. The course explains situations when Fall Protection should be used, correct Fall Protection equipment for a situation, and proper use and inspection of the equipment. 30 min Overview Fall Protection Equipment Tie-off and Anchor Points Equipment Inspection and Rescue Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Basics of Fall Protection  Fall Protection equipment components  How to tie off and anchor correctly  Equipment Inspection and rescue Yes 30 Toxic Substance Control Act Section I This course provides an overview of requirements of Toxic Substance Control Act, TSCA. The basic purpose of this regulation is to prevent the 30 min Overview Enforcement and Penalties Inspections Inventory, After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  What is TSCA  Why did Congress believe a regulation was necessary No
  • 9. introduction into the US of chemicals which present an unreasonable risk of injury to health or the environment. Basic understanding of this complex regulation is provided in three course sections. This section covers an overview of TSCA, key TSCA topics covered in this three section course, the reason behind this Act, enforcement and penalties provided in this Act, EPA inspections to check compliance with the Act, and TSCA Inventory and Premanufacture Notification. Premanufacture Notifications Conclusions         What would you learn from this training How does EPA enforce TSCA What constitutes a TSCA violation What penalties are provided in the Act for violations Inspections conducted by EPA to check compliance What is TSCA inventory and how you can check status of any material What is Premanufacture Notification and how you can get one US and International Chemical Inventory laws 31 Toxic Substance Control Act Section II This course provides an overview of requirements of Toxic Substance Control Act, TSCA. The basic purpose of this regulation is to prevent the introduction into the US of chemicals which present an unreasonable risk of injury to health or the environment. Basic understanding of this complex regulation is provided in three course sections. This section covers TSCA Export and Import requirements for chemical materials. Procedures to follow for R&D synthesis of new materials or importation of test quantities of materials not on TSCA inventory are also discussed. 30 min Introduction Export Requirements Import Requirements R&D Exemption Requirements Conclusions After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Procedures for exporting and importing chemical material  What is TSCA Export Notification listing  Mechanics of Import Compliance  How to handle unsolicited samples  Procedures for R&D synthesis and handling of new chemical material  Procedures for importation of test quantities of material not on TSCA inventory No 32 Toxic Substance Control Act Section III This course provides an overview of requirements of Toxic Substance Control Act, TSCA. The basic purpose of this regulation is to prevent the introduction into the US of 30 min Introduction Adverse Reactions to Health and Environment Compliance Checks Conclusions After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  What are unusual health and environmental effects  Documentation of adverse health and environmental effects No
  • 10. chemicals which present an unreasonable risk of injury to health or the environment. Basic understanding of this complex regulation is provided in three course sections. This section addresses TSCA requirement that chemical companies maintain records of unusual health and environmental reactions caused by materials they handle. It also addresses procedures a company can implement to ensure TSCA compliance.    Notification of significant adverse reactions to EPA Company and Employee reporting responsibilities Internal company procedures to ensure compliance with TSCA 33 Workplace Violence - This course provides employees Employees with an overview of workplace violence, the sources of workplace violence, warning signs and possible triggering incidents for workplace violence, what employees can do and how to protect themselves and their fellow employees and how to deal with threats and violence. 45 min Background What is Workplace Violence? Company’s Commitment Company’s Policy Sources of Workplace Violence Warning Signs and Indications What Employees can do Reporting Dealing with Threats and Violence Summary After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  What Workplace Violence is  Company’s Commitment and Policy  How to recognize warning signs  How to deal with Workplace Violence  When to report possible Workplace Violence No 34 Workplace Violence - This course provides managers Managers with an overview of workplace violence, possible liability of the Company for workplace violence, the sources of workplace violence, warning signs and possible triggering incidents for workplace violence, what employees can do and how to protect themselves and their fellow employees, training employees, and how to deal with threats 60 min Background Company Liability for Workplace Violence What is Workplace Violence? Company’s Commitment Company’s Policy Sources of Workplace Violence Warning Signs and Indications What Employees can do Reporting After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  What Workplace Violence is  Company’s Commitment and Policy  How to recognize warning signs  How to Train Employees on Workplace Violence  How to deal with Workplace Violence  When to report possible Workplace Violence No
  • 11. and violence. Dealing with Threats and Violence Summary 35 Harassment and Discrimination Employees This course provides an overview of Harassment & Discrimination, classes legally protected from harassment & discrimination, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission regulations and federal statutes concerning harassment & discrimination in the workplace, and how to protect yourselves, your fellow employees and your employer from prohibited harassment & discrimination. 45 min Background Company Expectations and Requirements Legally Protected Status What Harassment is Company’s Commitment Company’s Policy After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Who is Legally Protected  What improper Harassment and Discrimination is  Company’s Commitment and Policy  Company’s Expectations and Requirements No 36 Harassment and Discrimination Managers This course provides managers with an overview of Harassment & Discrimination, classes legally protected from harassment & discrimination, Equal Employment Opportunity Commission regulations, important court cases, and federal statutes concerning harassment & discrimination in the workplace, and how to protect themselves, their fellow employees and their employer from prohibited harassment & discrimination. 60 min Background Company Expectations and Requirements Legally Protected Status Major Federal Laws Other Laws Prohibited Actions What Harassment is Company Liability for Supervisors’ Actions Company’s Commitment Company’s Policy Important Court Cases After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  What improper Harassment and Discrimination is  Harassment & Discrimination Laws, Cases and Regulations  Company’s Commitment and Policy  Company’s Expectations and Requirements  Proper handling of Employee issues to prevent exposure No 37 Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS) This course provides an overview of Canada’s hazard communication standard, Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS). Key elements of the standard, Labeling, Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) and Worker Education are discussed. 30 min Overview WHMIS Key Elements Hazard Symbols, Classes and Divisions Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) WHMIS Glossary Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Canada’s hazard communication standard, Workplace Hazardous Materials Information System (WHMIS)  Key Elements of WHMIS -- Labeling, MSDS and Worker Education  WHMIS Hazard Symbols, Classes and Yes
  • 12.   Divisions Various sections of MSDS How to safely handle hazardous materials 38 TrackMobile Switching Safety This course provides an overview of safe use of a TrackMobile to switch railcars. Topics covered are pre-startup checks, responsibilities of switch crews, proper coupling, switching and communication techniques and general safety measures. 30 min Overview Pre-Startup Checks Switch Crews Coupling, Switching and Communication Safety Measures Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Items to check prior to using a TrackMobile  Switch crews and their responsibilities  Proper coupling, switching and communication techniques  Safety techniques to follow Yes 39 Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) This course provides an overview of Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) and its importance during emergencies and hazardous atmospheres. Two types of SCBA are discussed with safety precautions and recommended method for donning SCBA. 30 min Overview Hazardous Atmospheres Types of SCBA Systems Open Circuit Demand Unit Closed Circuit Breathing Unit Safety Precautions Recommended Method for Donning Conclusions After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Importance of Self Contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) during emergencies and hazardous atmospheres  Open and Closed Circuit SCBAs and their components  Safety precautions to follow when using SCBA  Recommended method for donning SCBA Yes 40 DOT - Regulatory Overview This course provides an overview of the Department of Transportation requirements for personnel managing hazardous materials. The applicable sections of the regulations and important definitions are provided. The nine steps necessary for compliance with the hazardous materials regulations are discussed, including an overview of the Hazardous Materials Table, how to properly classify a material, and how to assign a proper shipping name. In addition, the 90 min Introduction Definitions Nine Transportation Steps Hazardous Materials Table Classification Proper Shipping Names Training Other Requirements After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Regulations applicable to managing hazardous materials  How to use the Hazardous Materials Table  How to properly classify a hazardous material  How to assign a proper shipping name  Training requirements for hazardous materials management No
  • 13. training requirements and special requirements such as security are discussed. 41 DOT - Marking and Labeling This course provides an overview of the Department of Transportation marking and labeling requirements for personnel managing hazardous materials. The general marking requirements are identified, as well as specific requirements for non-bulk and bulk packages. The special requirements identified for non-bulk and bulk packages are discussed, as well as the additional requirements for tanks and tank cars and identification numbers. The general labeling requirements are identified, including additional labeling requirements specified in certain situations. 60 min Introduction General Requirements Non-Bulk Packages Bulk Packages Special Requirements Tanks and Tank Cars Identification Numbers General Labeling Requirements Additional Labeling Requirements After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Properly identify the marking and labeling requirements for a package  Properly mark a package  Properly label a package No 42 DOT - Packaging This course provides an overview of the Department of Transportation packaging requirements for personnel managing hazardous materials. The procedures for selecting a package for a particular hazardous material are presented, as well as the general requirements applicable to all packages. The requirements applicable to nonbulk and bulk packages are discussed, and additional packaging issues such as overpacks are identified. 60 min Introduction Selecting a Package General Requirements Non-Bulk Packages Bulk Packages Additional Packaging Issues After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  How to properly select a package for a particular hazardous material  General requirements applicable to all packages  Requirements for non-bulk and bulk packages No 43 DOT - Placarding This course provides an overview of the Department of Transportation placarding 60 min Introduction Placard Selection and Exceptions After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  How to properly select a placard for No
  • 14. requirements for personnel managing hazardous materials. The steps necessary to properly select a placard, including placarding exceptions are identified. In addition, how a placard must be designed and displayed is discussed, as well as the placarding responsibilities for both shippers and carriers. Additional Exceptions Design, Display, and Visibility Shipper Responsibilities Carrier Responsibilities    any shipment of hazardous materials Specific design and display requirements for placards Responsibilities of shippers related to placards Responsibilities of carriers related to placards 44 DOT - Shipments This course provides an overview of the Department of Transportation shipping requirements for personnel managing hazardous materials. The requirements for shipping hazardous materials by highway, air, rail, and vessel are discussed. 60 min Introduction Highway Shipments Air Shipments Rail Shipments Vessel Shipments After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Requirements for shipping hazardous materials by highway  Requirements for shipping hazardous materials by air  Requirements for shipping hazardous materials by rail  Requirements for shipping hazardous materials by vessel No 45 DOT - Shipping Papers This course provides an overview of the Department of Transportation shipping paper requirements for personnel managing hazardous materials. The general requirements for shipping papers and the requirements for assigning basic shipping descriptions are provided. Additional descriptions applicable to proper shipping names are also discussed. The emergency response information required on a shipping paper is provided and the different types of certifications on a shipping paper are discussed. Finally, the use of hazardous waste manifests as shipping papers is reviewed when shipping hazardous wastes. 60 min Introduction General Requirements Basic Descriptions Additional Descriptions Emergency Response Information Certifications Hazardous Waste Manifests After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  General requirements for shipping papers for hazardous materials  How to enter a basic shipping description  When additional descriptions are needed in the shipping description  How to enter the required emergency response information on a shipping paper  When to use the appropriate certification  When to use a hazardous waste manifest No
  • 15. 46 EPA - RCRA Overview This course provides an overview of the hazardous waste regulations, how to classify solid and hazardous wastes, and reviews the general requirements for generators, transporters, and treatment, storage and disposal facilities (TSDFs). It also discusses the land disposal restriction requirements applicable to hazardous wastes. 90 min Introduction Solid Wastes Hazardous Wastes Generator Requirements Transporter Requirements TSDF Requirements Land Disposal Restrictions After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  History of RCRA  How to properly identify and classify solid and hazardous wastes  Basic RCRA requirements applicable to generators of hazardous wastes  Basic RCRA requirements applicable to persons who transport hazardous wastes  Basic RCRA requirements applicable to persons who treat, store, and dispose or hazardous wastes  Basic RCRA Land Disposal Restrictions No 47 EPA – Generator Container Management This course provides an overview of the requirements for generators who manage hazardous wastes in containers. The general regulatory requirements are discussed, as well as the identification and definition of incompatible materials, and the individual requirements for marking, labeling, and inspecting containers. Finally the requirements for the closure of an area used to manage containers are identified. 60 min Introduction General Requirements Incompatible Materials Subpart CC Inspections 90-Day Generator Requirements Closure Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  How to identify containers that can be used to manage hazardous wastes  Proper management of containers  How to properly inspect containers  How to identify incompatible materials  Marking and labeling requirements for containers  How to properly close an area used to manage containers No 48 EPA – Generator Contingency Plan This course provides an overview of the preparedness and prevention requirements for generators who manage hazardous wastes. The required emergency equipment is identified as well as the operating procedures applicable to emergencies. In addition, the Contingency Plan and the appropriate emergency procedures are discussed. 60 min Introduction Preparedness and Prevention Contingency Plan Emergency Procedures Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Regulatory requirements for preparedness and prevention for emergencies such as spills, fires, and releases  Emergency equipment that must be present at the facility, including alarms  Specific operational requirements for emergencies when managing hazardous wastes  Facility Contingency Plan and its No
  • 16.   contents, including evacuation routes Implementation of the Contingency Plan Emergency procedures that must be employed if there is a fire, explosion, or release 49 EPA - Generator Tank Management This course provides an overview of the requirements for generators who manage hazardous wastes in tanks. The general regulatory requirements are discussed, as well as an overview of the operating requirements for tank systems. The identification and definition of incompatible materials is reviewed, and the individual requirements for marking, monitoring, inspecting, and closure of a tank system are identified. 60 min Introduction General Requirements Operating Requirements Incompatible Materials Subparts BB and CC Inspections 90-Day Generator Requirements Closure Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Applicable equipment associated with a tank system  Proper installation and management of a tank system  Secondary containment requirements for a tank system  How to properly operate, inspect, and monitor a tank system  How to identify incompatible materials  Marking requirements for tank systems  How to properly close a tank system No 50 EPA - Generator Inspections This course provides an overview of the inspection requirements for facilities that manage hazardous wastes. The general inspection program requirements are identified, as well as the specific inspection requirements for emergency equipment, tanks, and containers. The appropriate remedial actions are discussed and the recordkeeping requirements associated with inspections are identified. 60 min Introduction Facility Inspection Program Emergency Equipment Inspections Generator Requirements Container Inspections Tank Inspections Remedial Actions Recordkeeping After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Why inspections are required  How to develop a written inspection program  Inspection requirements for emergency equipment, tanks, and containers  How to implement corrective actions in response to issues identified during inspections  Recordkeeping requirements associated with inspections No 51 EPA - Generator Subpart BB This course provides an overview of the Subpart BB regulations (which regulates organic emissions from specific equipment at hazardous waste management facilities) and 60 min Introduction General Requirements Inspections and Monitoring Specific Equipment Requirements After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  What equipment is regulated under Subpart BB  How to properly identify wastes regulated by Subpart BB No
  • 17. discusses how to properly identify materials subject to the regulations. The specific requirements for different types of equipment are identified as well as the inspection and monitoring requirements for this equipment. The recordkeeping requirements for all Subpart BB regulated activities are also discussed. Delay of Repair Recordkeeping    Regulatory requirements applicable to specific equipment types Inspections and monitoring required for Subpart BB regulated equipment Recordkeeping associated with Subpart BB 52 EPA - Generator Subpart CC This course provides an overview of the Subpart CC regulations (which regulates organic emissions from specific equipment at hazardous waste management facilities) and discusses how to properly identify materials subject to the regulations. The specific requirements for containers, tanks, and control devices are identified as well as the inspection and monitoring requirements for this equipment. The recordkeeping requirements for all Subpart CC regulated activities are also discussed. 60 min Introduction General Requirements Containers Tanks Control Devices Inspections and Monitoring Recordkeeping After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  What equipment is regulated under Subpart CC  How to properly identify wastes regulated by Subpart CC  Regulatory requirements applicable to containers, tanks, and control devices  Inspections and monitoring required for Subpart CC regulated equipment  Recordkeeping associated with Subpart CC No 53 HAZWOPER Awareness Level 1 This course provides an overview of OSHA and EPA joint standard on Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) with emphasis on training requirements for Awareness (Level 1) of this standard. The module also provides basic understanding of hazardous materials, how to recognize them and how to respond to emergencies arising out of their 30 min Overview Training Hazardous Materials Emergency Response Plan MSDS Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Purpose of HAZWOPER Standard and its Levels  Training requirements of HAZWOPER Awareness Level 1  What are hazardous materials and how to recognize them  Emergency Response Plan and how to use it  Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDS) and its benefits No
  • 18. use. 54 Job Site Safety This course provides an overview of Safety Hazards at typical industrial Job Site. The module outlines method to analyze Job Site Safety and how to protect from hazards. Common Job Site hazards such as Slips/Trips/Falls, Lifting, Burns, Conveying Systems, Lockout/Tagout, Hot/Cold Weather hazards, Unprotected Hoses and Perimeters, Power Tools, Falling Objects, Exposure to Chemicals, Confined Spaces, Ladders, Scaffolds, and Platforms are discussed. Proven methods to protect from these hazards is also discussed. 30 min Overview Protecting Yourself Analyze Job Site Safety Common Job Site Hazards Summary After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  How to identify and avoid common Job Site Hazards  How to analyze Job Site prior to beginning work  How to protect yourself from common Job Site Hazards  Specific analysis of hazardous situations involving Slips/Trips/Falls, Lifting, Burns, Conveying Systems, Lockout/Tagout, Hot/Cold Weather hazards, Unprotected Hoses and Perimeters, Power Tools, Falling Objects, Exposure to Chemicals, Confined Spaces, Ladders, Scaffolds, and Platforms Yes 55 Centrifugal Pumps This course provides an overview of Centrifugal Pumps, one of the most commonly used pumps in industry to move liquids. The module concentrates on single-stage electrically driven centrifugal pumps. It covers basic design and operation, key components and five main centrifugal pump functions -- Driving, Pumping, Lubricating, Cooling and Seal Flushing. 30 min Overview Installation Driving and Pumping Lubricating and Cooling Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Basic Design and Operation of Centrifugal Pump  Components of Centrifugal Pump  Five Functions of Centrifugal Pump Driving, Pumping, Lubricating, Cooling and Seal Flushing  Details and Equipment involved in each function Yes 56 Field Hazard Recognition Module 1 This course provides an overview of field hazards at industrial work locations that workers can be exposed to. This two module course covers hazard recognition, protection from hazards and good safety practices that help avoid accidents. This first module 30 min Overview After completion of this module, you should Good Housekeeping be able to understand: Hazard Recognition  Importance of Good Housekeeping in Protection against Hazards reducing work area Hazards Slips, Trips and Falls  How to recognize Hazards Good Safety Practices  Protection against Hazards Conclusion  Slips, Trips and Falls  Good Safety Practices No
  • 19. emphasizes on good housekeeping practices and protection from slips, trips and falls. 57 Field Hazard Recognition Module 2 This course provides an overview of field hazards at industrial work locations that workers can be exposed to. This two module course covers hazard recognition, protection from hazards and good safety practices that help avoid accidents. This second module emphasizes on accident prevention signs and tags, material handling hazards and work area checklists to help identify and eliminate hazards. 30 min Overview Signs & Tags Material Handling Hazards Work Area Checklist Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Field hazards and the common causes of serious accidents  Colors, shapes, wording, and meaning of accident prevention signs and tags required by OSHA  Material handling hazards  How to identify hazards  Work Area Checklists to help you identify and eliminate hazards No 58 Drawings: P&ID and PFD This course provides an overview of drawings used in process industries, Piping and Instrument Diagrams (P&IDs) and Process Flow Diagrams (PFD). The course covers drawing conventions, symbols used and significant differences between these drawings. The course provides enough information for employees in these industries to be able to read and understand these drawings. 30 min Overview P&IDs Valve Symbols Piping Symbols Miscellaneous Symbols Process Flow Diagrams Title Block Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Piping & Instrumentation Diagrams (P&IDs) and Process Flow Diagrams (PFD)  Differences between two types of drawings  Typical Drawing conventions  Symbols used for illustrating Piping, Valves, Equipment and Instruments  Importance of reading and understanding each drawing Yes 59 Employee Rights of Access to Exposure and Medical Records This course provides an overview of OSHA standard on Employees Rights of Access to Exposure and Medical Records. The module covers the scope of the standard, key definitions such as types of records that constitute medical and exposure records, records retention 30 min Overview Scope and Definitions Records Retention Rights of Access Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Requirements of the OSHA standard on Employees Rights of Access to Exposure and Medical Records  Definitions of key terms: Type of access, Employee and Designated Representative, Written consent, Exposure Records, and Medical Yes
  • 20. requirements and employees’ rights of access.   Records Employer’s responsibility for Records Retention Employee's Rights of Access 60 Sexual Harassment Prevention This module provides an overview of Sexual Harassment prevention at your workplace. It explains what is and is not Sexual Harassment, how law defines Sexual Harassment, how you can deal with it and how to prevent it from happening at your workplace. 30 min Overview Law Awareness Scenarios Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  What constitutes Sexual Harassment  What is Sexual Harassment in the eyes of the law  How you can help prevent sexual harassment from occurring at your workplace  Procedure for dealing with sexual harassment at your workplace No 61 Basic Corrosion This course provides an overview of corrosion that causes failure of industrial equipment. It explains basic corrosion concepts such as corrosion cell and how it causes corrosion, types of corrosion such as Galvanic Corrosion and Oxygen Corrosion, and how to detect and prevent corrosion. 30 min Basic Corrosion Concepts Galvanic Corrosion Oxygen Corrosion Hydrogen Sulfide Corrosion Erosion Corrosion Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  What causes corrosion  Corrosion cell components – Anode, Cathode, Electrolyte and Conductor  Types of corrosion such as Galvanic Corrosion, Oxygen Corrosion, Hydrogen Sulfide Corrosion and Erosion Corrosion  What causes different types of Corrosion, how to detect and prevent these from occurring No 62 Welding, Cutting and Brazing Safety This module provides an overview of hazards associated with commonly used industrial task of welding, cutting and brazing and protection from these hazards. Personal protective equipment and other miscellaneous safety precautions are discussed. 30 min Introduction Definitions Welding Hazards Personal Protective Equipment Miscellaneous Precautions Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  What is Welding, Cutting and Brazing  Common types of welding processes  Common welding hazards such as Radiant Energy, Temperature Extremes, Fumes and Gases, Noise, Sparks and Slag, Electrical Shock, Chemicals, Fires, Explosions, Housekeeping and Musculoskeletal Injuries  Proper Personal Protective Equipment  Other miscellaneous safety precautions such as exposure monitoring, medical monitoring, No
  • 21. training and ventilation 63 Industrial Hygiene*** This module provides an overview of Industrial hygiene as it relates to workplace hazards. Basic elements of an effective Industrial hygiene program such as health hazard evaluation, recognition, control, and employee education are covered. Emphasis is placed on recognition, evaluation, and control of factors that reduce or eliminate potentially harmful workplace exposures. 45 min Introduction Management commitment Basic Elements Health hazard recognition Health hazard evaluation Chemical hazards Physical hazards Biological hazards Health hazard control Employee education and training Program audit and review Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Industrial hygiene (IH) as it relates to workplace health hazards  Primary focus of industrial hygiene  Basic Elements of Industrial hygiene – Health hazard recognition, evaluation, control, employee education and audits  How sound industrial hygiene program can help anticipate, recognize, evaluate, and control of factors in an occupational environment that can lead to illness, impaired health or discomfort No 64 JLG Lifts This module provides an overview of proper procedures for operation of JLG Lifts with emphasis on safety. Responsibilities of manufacturer, dealer, owner, and operators with regards to safe operation of JLG Lifts, hazards encountered during operation and how to avoid them, and pre-operation inspection items are discussed. 30 min Overview Manufacturer Responsibility Dealer Responsibility Owner Responsibility Operator Responsibility Electrocution Hazards Tip Over Hazards Miscellaneous Hazards Pre-Operation Inspection Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Proper procedures for safe operation of JLG Lifts  Responsibilities of the manufacturer, dealer, owner and operators with regards to safe operation of JLG Lifts  Hazards involved in the operation of JLG Lifts and how to avoid them  Pre-operations inspections that must be performed for safe operation No 65 Zero Energy Program This course provides an overview of OSHA regulation on Control of Hazardous Energy during servicing and maintenance of equipment in an industrial environment. The course explains how a properly established Zero Energy program using locks, tags, procedures and defined responsibilities can help control all forms of potentially hazardous energy during 30 min Introduction Scope of Zero Energy Program Locks Tags Zero Energy Survey Servicing and Maintenance When work is complete Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  What is hazardous energy  How Zero Energy program can help control all forms of hazardous energy  Use of standardized color-coded locks to control energy  Use of tags and their limitations  How to create job or equipment specific energy control procedure using Zero Energy survey  Proper steps to follow prior to, during and after servicing and maintenance Yes
  • 22. servicing and maintenance activities. of equipment under this program 66 Trucks and Towing This module provides general information and tips that can help you make safe decisions when purchasing and driving a tow vehicle. Topics such as selecting a tow vehicle, connecting trailer to your tow vehicle, loading and weight distribution, maintenance, predeparture check list and driving safety tips are covered. The module also provides an overview of safe driving of a Light Duty Truck or Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV). 45 min Part I : Light Duty Truck Safety Mirrors and Visibility Tires Winter Driving Part II : Trailers and Towing Selecting a Tow Vehicle Hitching Systems Wiring Systems Braking Systems Loading and Weight Distribution Choosing the proper hitch Measuring the Weight of a Trailer Maintenance Pre-Departure Safety Checklist Safety Tips for Driving with a Trailer Conclusions After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Safe driving of a Light Duty Truck or Sports Utility Vehicle (SUV)  Different handling characteristics of Light Duty Truck such as visibility, tires and winter driving  General information and tips that can help you make safe decisions when purchasing and driving a tow vehicle  Trailer hitching, wiring and braking  Loading and weight distribution  Maintenance, pre-departure check list and driving safety tips Yes 67 Properties and Hazards of Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) This module provides an overview of working safely with Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S). Topics covered are H2S formation chemistry and physical properties, personal protective equipment for H2S, precautions to take when working with H2S, and rescue and first aid including artificial respiration and CPR. 30 min Formation of H2S Properties of hydrogen sulfide (H2S) H2S Protective Measures Precautions to follow when working with H2S Rescue and First Aid Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  How to work safely with hydrogen sulfide (H2S)  How hydrogen sulfide forms and some important properties such as: flammability, toxicity, odor thresholds and vapor density  Personal protective equipment such as respirators, rescue packs and gas monitors  Precautions to take to ensure your safety when entering an area which may contain H2S vapors  Rescue and first aid as it applies to H2S exposure  How to revive victims of H2S inhalation using artificial respiration No
  • 23. and CPR 68 ISO 9001: 2000 Standards This module provides an overview of new ISO 9000 quality standard, ISO 9001:2000. The module provides a background on ISO 9000 standards, their importance, their popularity, application in various organizations, and how they have evolved into the newer, more efficient standard. The module discusses five primary sections of the standard and how you can structure your organization, procedures and quality management system to meet its requirements. 45 min Introduction ISO 9001:2000 Structure New Emphasis Quality Management System Management Responsibility Resource Management Product Realization Measurement Analysis & Improvement Closing tips Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  What are ISO 9000 quality standards, their purpose, importance and application  How is new standard different from original ISO standards  ISO 9001:2000 standard’s key requirements that your quality management system must meet  New standard’s process approach to quality management using methodology “Plan-Do-Check-Act” (PDCA)  Five primary sections of the new ISO 9001:2000 standard (Quality Management System, Management Responsibility, Resource Management, Product Realization, Measurement, Analysis and Improvement) and their individual requirements  How must you structure your organization, resources, policies, procedures and documentation to meet requirements of each primary section No 69 NORM (Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials) Awareness This module provides an overview of Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material (NORM) and their hazards. The module covers NORM in industrial environment, types of radiation, their hazards and measurements, health effects of radiation, risks involved and ways to minimize these risks, and safe practices to follow when working with NORM. 30 min Introduction Radiation Radiation Measurement Contamination vs. Radiation Health Effects Radiation Risks The "ALARA" Concept Working with NORM After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  What is NORM or Naturally Occurring Radioactive Material  What is Radiation  Types of Radiation, their properties and hazards  How Radiation is measured  Amount of Radiation that is safe and hence not regulated  Health effects of Radiation and other risks  How to keep Radiation as low as reasonable possible No
  • 24.  Practices to follow when working with NORM 70 Product Stewardship Overview This module provides an overview of Product Stewardship, a key code of management practice of the Responsible Care® program. The module explains how a sound Product Stewardship program can ensure that health, safety, and environmental protection are integral parts of product design, manufacture, sale, distribution, use, recycling, and disposal. 30 min Overview What is Product Stewardship? Responsible Care Scope of Product Stewardship Elements of Product Stewardship Product Life Cycle Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  What is Product Stewardship  What is Responsible Care, its guiding principles and codes  Requirements of a Product Stewardship program  Key areas to be addressed in a Product Stewardship program - Management Leadership and Commitment, Product Information and Characterization, and Risk Management  Typical product life cycle and Product Stewardship issues No 71 Back Safety This course provides an overview of back safety and proper lifting procedures. It is useful whether you are at work or home. Topics discussed are why back injuries occur, the spine, types of injuries that occur, the forces involved, contributing factors, common causes of back injuries, how to prevent back injuries, using proper lifting procedures, how to lift safely and body management. 30 min Introduction Why Back Injuries Occur Spine Types of Injuries that Occur Forces Involved Contributing Factors Common Causes of Back Injuries How to Prevent Back Injuries Using Proper Lifting Procedures How to Lift Safely Body Management Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Anatomy of a Back Injury  Identifying common risk factors of your own work place  Recognize your own posture & position and correct as needed  Problem-solving how to reduce risk factors for specific job tasks  Performing appropriate exercises that are job specific No 72 Machine Guarding This course provides an overview of the safety role of machine guards with descriptions of machine parts that can cause injury, the hazards presented by these parts and the OSHA requirements for guarding to prevent these injuries. Some 30 min Introduction Machine Components General Requirements Hazards Cutting, Punching, Shearing, Bending Requirements for Safeguards Training At the end of this Machinery and Machine Guarding module, you should be able to:  Identify hazards associated in working with and around machinery and the guards used to protect the operator  Identify hazards and machine guards for various types of specialized machinery.  Understand good maintenance and No
  • 25. other areas covered are: ideas for hands-on training for workers, details on guard construction, and recommendations for machinery maintenance and repair. Miscellaneous Aids Guard Construction Types of Feeding and Ejection Methods Machinery Maintenance and Repair Guards Conclusion repair procedures that contribute significantly to the safety of the maintenance crew as well as that of machine operators. 73 Safety Orientation This course provides an overview of the various elements of safety orientation, stressing the importance of simply “knowing your area”. Other areas covered are: what to do in case of a fire or chemical spill, fire extinguisher operation, safety around radiation sources, personal protective equipment and good work practices. 30 min Know Your Area Chemicals Radiation Safety Fire Safety Personal Protective Equipment Good Work Practices After completion of this module, you should be able to:  Describe good housekeeping practices that promote workplace safety.  Describe safety concerns associated with the proper use of tools, ladders, and energy sources.  Describe the types of information that can be obtained from Material Safety Data Sheets.  Describe warning signs and labels that may be used to communicate information about hazards in a workplace. Yes 74 Lead Awareness This course provides an overview of lead awareness. Some topics discussed are: a description of lead, where you find it, the health hazards associated with lead, how to protect yourself from these hazards, and what to do if you are exposed to lead in the workplace. 30 min Overview Health Hazards Protecting Yourself More Information Conclusion After reading this module, you will be able to:  Identify health problems associated with overexposure to lead  Indicate how lead is typically absorbed into the body  Select controls used to prevent absorbing lead into the body  Indicate that you should contact Health Services if you believe you have been overexposed to lead  Identify that there is an OSHA regulation and appendices that specifically address lead in the workplace No 75 Eye and Face Protection This module provides an overview of eye hazards in the workplace and how to prevent them. OSHA requirements, personal protective equipment 30 min Introduction OSHA Requirements Hazards Requiring Eye and Face Protection Conclusion After completion of this course, you should be able to understand:  Common causes of Eye Injury  Proper Eye Protection for the Job Hazard No
  • 26. and other miscellaneous safety precautions are discussed.   Proper selection of Eye Protection How to prevent eye injuries on the job 76 Steel Erection Standards Steel erection presents many hazards to the employees on the worksite, a number of which are unique to steel erection. Because of the inherent hazards, steel erection is heavily regulated by OSHA. These hazards, their prevention and related OSHA standards are discussed in this module. 45 min Overview Causes of Steel Erection Accidents Precautions General Requirements Hazards New Standard Key Provisions of the Standard Conclusion After completion of this course, you should be able to understand:  Hoisting and rigging  Structural steel assembly  Falling object protection  Steel erection safety No 77 Trenching and Excavation The purpose of this module is to provide the learner with an overview of the key safety issues related to trenching and excavation. 30 min Overview Structural Implementations Precautions Protection Equipment Inspections Conclusion After completion of this course, you should be able to understand:  Structural Implementation  Safety precautions when Trenching or Excavating  Necessary protection needed for Trenching and Excavating  Types of equipment used  How and when inspections are needed No 78 Cyber Security Awareness After completing this module the learner will understand that cyber security is about protecting their company’s computers and other digital information assets from security threats such as viruses, hackers, etc. 30 min Introduction Protecting You from Cyber Threats Reduce Your Exposure to Cyber Threats Conclusion After completion of this course, you will understand how to:  Identify and report potential cyber threats  Protect yourself from cyber threats  Reduce your exposure to cyber threats  Choose strong passwords  Encrypt email No 79 Chemical Plant Evacuation Emergencies, both inside and outside your facility, may require evacuations to protect your personnel. This course will emphasize to the worker the importance of good evacuation plans that address issues of alarms, exits, assembly areas, and accounting for all persons at the plant. 30 min Introduction Communications Outside Assembly Areas Training Conclusion Upon completion of this course, you will understand:  What to do in the event of an emergency  Events that may require evacuation  How to develop good communication within your facility  Where to assemble during an evacuation No
  • 27. 80 Homeland Security This module provides an overview of the Homeland Security Threat Conditions and the precautions that need to be taken during each level. Also discussed are specific potential terrorist threats, including what to do before, during and after attacks. 30 min Introduction Threat Conditions and Protective Measures Specific Terrorist Threats Evacuation Plans Conclusion Upon completing this course you will know:  Threat conditions and protective measures  How to identify specific terrorist threats  What to do if there is a nuclear blast  Definition of a radiation threat or "dirty bomb"  What items are needed for supply checklists  Evacuation plans for your area No 81 Below Grade Safety There are some specific measures that can help reduce the risks associated with below grade construction. This module provides an overview of conditions, risks, and safety measures to consider in construction excavations. 30 min Objectives Definitions and Conditions Hazards Safety Measures Conclusion After completion of this module, you should understand  Types of below grade construction, hazards faced in such a workplace, and safety measures to use when working below grade.  Definitions and conditions  Hazards  Safety measures No 82 Methylene Chloride Methylene chloride is a dangerous chemical that exposes workers to the risk of cancer and other health problems. This module provides workers with information on the properties, health hazards, OSHA regulations, and suggestions for safety measures to use with this chemical. 30 min Objectives Background Health Hazards OSHA Regulations Safe Handling Conclusion After completion of this module, you should understand:  Methylene Chloride and its properties  Health hazards posed by Methylene Chloride  OSHA regulations regarding working with Methylene Chloride  Safe handling of Methylene Chloride No 83 Laser Safety Laser use is increasing, and lasers can be found in every industry. This module will provide workers with an overview of laser use and classification. Since there is little regulation of laser products, it is also important for the worker to be aware of potential hazards and safety measures to use. 30 min Objectives Background Regulation Classification Hazards Safety Measures Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to understand:  Lasers - definition and use  Regulation of lasers  Classification of lasers  Hazards of the laser beam  Safety measures for the use of lasers No
  • 28. 84 Heat Stress Awareness The best defense against heatrelated illness is prevention. This module will explain some of the health problems arising from exposure to extreme heat and provide some guidance on preventing heat stress. 30 min Objectives Background Heat Stress Disorders Preventing Heat Stress Conclusion After completion of this training module, you should be familiar with:  Background and general conditions of heat stress  Heat stress disorders  Tactics for preventing heat stress No 85 Carbon Monoxide Carbon monoxide poisoning is a silent risk that can be present in the workplace and in the home. This module will make workers more aware of the risks of carbon monoxide, describe symptoms of exposure, and give suggestions for safety measures to use to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning. 30 min Objectives What is carbon monoxide? How does carbon monoxide affect you? Prevention and care Conclusion Upon completion of this module, you will understand:  Characteristics of carbon monoxide  Identify the health consequences of exposure to CO  Identify the symptoms of exposure to CO  Ways to prevent your exposure to CO No 86 Cold Stress Awareness Working in very cold conditions may pose special hazards to safety and health. This module will explain some of the health problems arising from exposure to a cold environment and provide some guidance on preventing cold stress. 30 min Objectives Background Cold Stress Disorders Preventive Measures Conclusion Working in very cold conditions may pose special hazards to safety and health. After completion of this training module, you should be familiar with:  Background and general conditions of cold stress  Symptoms and treatment of cold stress disorders  Preventive measures for reducing cold stress No 87 Ethylene Oxide Ethylene oxide is a dangerous chemical that exposes workers to the risk of cancer and other health problems. This module provides workers with information on the properties, health hazards, OSHA regulations, and suggestions for safety measures to use with this chemical. 30 min Objectives Background Health Hazards OSHA Regulations Safe Handling Conclusion After completion of this module, you should understand:  Ethylene oxide and its properties  Health hazards posed by ethylene oxide  OSHA regulations regarding working with ethylene oxide  Safe handling of ethylene oxide No 88 Benzene Benzene is a dangerous chemical that exposes workers to the risk of cancer and other 30 min Objectives Background Health Hazards After completion of this module, you should understand:  Benzene and its properties No
  • 29. health problems. This module provides workers with information on the properties, health hazards, OSHA regulations, and suggestions for safety measures to use with this chemical. OSHA Regulations Safe Handling Conclusion    Health hazards posed by benzene OSHA regulations regarding working with benzene Safe handling of benzene 89 Latex Allergy Even though it is generally not life threatening, latex allergy is a growing problem for health care workers and others. This module provides workers with information on the causes and symptoms of latex allergy along with preventive measures to pursue when using latex products. 30 min Objectives Background Reaction and Treatment Prevention Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be more aware of:  Growing incidence of latex allergy  Symptoms and treatment for latex allergy  Prevention of latex allergy No 90 Styrene Styrene is a dangerous chemical that exposes workers to health problems, especially relating to the central nervous system. Some agencies believe that styrene is potentially carcinogenic. This module provides workers with information on the properties, health hazards, and suggestions for safety measures to use with this chemical. 30 min Objectives Background Health Hazards Safe Handling Conclusion Although styrene is not classified as definitely carcinogenic at this time, this chemical can be hazardous to your health. After completing this training module, you should understand:  Styrene and its properties  Health hazards posed by styrene  Safe handling of styrene No 91 Computer Workstations The factors and advice presented in this module apply not only to computer workstations on the job, but also are relevant for computers in the home. An appropriate workstation set-up will help workers avoid fatigue, stress, and potential medical problems. 30 min Objectives Introduction Body Position Station Components Other Important Factors Conclusion After completion of this module, you should be able to:  Recognize and practice good body position at a computer workstation  Understand the basic components of a computer workstation and their effects on your productivity and health  Recognize other workplace factors that can affect your productivity and health at a computer workstation No
  • 30. 92 Chemical Reactivity Hazards All chemicals react. Workers must separate safe reactions that produce useful products from reactive material hazards. This module describes some information sources, causes, and hazards relating to chemical reactions. 30 min Objectives Introduction Safety Resources Hazards Conclusion After completion of this module, you should know more about:  Nature and importance of chemical reactivity hazards  Safety information resources relating to chemical reactivity  Hazards that result from chemical reactions  Some causes of undesirable chemical reactions No 93 Diesel Exhaust Diesel exhaust is an enormous problem with dangerous health consequences for workers and the general public. This module emphasizes the need for management and workers to develop safe practices to help reduce these hazardous emissions. 30 min Objectives Background Emissions Effects Controls Conclusion After completion of this module, you should know more about:  Emission of chemicals and gases from diesel exhaust  Health problems resulting from diesel exhaust  Workplace practices to control diesel exhaust No 94 Indoor Air Quality The quality of the air in the workplace will affect the worker’s production and health. It is often difficult to assess the causes of poor indoor air quality, and management is often slow to recognize the effects of problem air on the workers. This module should increase the worker’s awareness of the issues surrounding indoor air quality. 30 min Objectives Background Hazards and Effects Responses Conclusion After completion of this module, you should:  Be more concerned with the quality of the air in your workplace  Know some of the causes of poor indoor air quality  Recognize ways that poor indoor air quality can affect the workers  Learn some ways to improve the quality of the air in the workplace No 95 Ammonia Refrigeration Hazards The hazards associated with the operation and maintenance of ammonia refrigeration systems can be reduced if workers are trained and follow strict safety procedures. This module emphasizes the need for good work practices when handling ammonia. 30 min Objectives Background Exposure Safety Measures Receiving Safety Measures - Storage Safety Measures - Hoses Safety Measures - Other Conclusion After completion of this module, you should know more about:  Nature of anhydrous ammonia  Safety standards regulated by OSHA that relate to ammonia  Hazards of exposure to ammonia  Some specific safety measures to use for loading, unloading, and storing ammonia No
  • 31. 96 Silica - Hazards of Silica dust can be a health problem for many workers, especially in the construction trades. In this module, the worker will learn how the major hazard of silicosis can be prevented with appropriate work practices and regular medical examinations. 30 min Objectives Background Health Effects Controls Conclusion After completion of this module, you should know more about:  Nature of silica  Health hazards from silica dust  Controls to use to prevent workers from developing silicosis No 97 Sprains and Strains Sprains and strains are the number one cause of lost work time due to illness or injury in the U.S. Sprains and strains can be reduced through the use of ergonomics and good work practices. 30 min Objectives Introduction Statistics Sprains and Strains Prevention Conclusion After completion of this module, you should know more about:  Relationship between ergonomics and musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs)  Incidence of sprains and strains in national workplace injury statistics  Causes, symptoms, and treatment of sprains and strains  Methods of preventing sprains and strains in the workplace No 98 Fire Safety All businesses should have fire safety as a top priority. Good planning for fire emergencies includes fire prevention programs, fire-fighting training for employees, and specific evacuation plans. This module reinforces these ideas. 30 min Objectives Introduction Planning for Fires Flight or Fight Fire Extinguishers Fire Exits Conclusion After completing the Fire Safety training module, workers should have a basic understanding of:  OSHA regulations regarding fire safety in the workplace  Need for fire prevention and emergency action plans  Use of fire extinguishers  Construction of fire exits  Decision making process in determining whether to fight a fire or to flee a fire No 99 Security Threats: An Overview No place can be considered completely safe when considering the potential threats posed by disgruntled or senseless individuals or the more organized and systematic threats posed by fanatical political and extremist groups. This module outlines some basic precautions regarding the most 30 min Objectives Preparing for Terrorism Preparing for Cyber attacks Suspicious Parcels or Letters Bomb Threats Explosions Chemical and Biological Weapons The purpose of this training module is to give you an overview of potential security threats and possible responses to those dangers. After completing this module, you should know more about:  Preparing for terrorism  Protection against cyber attacks  Preparing for a building explosion  Bomb threats  Suspicious parcels and letters No
  • 32. prevalent threats today. Conclusion  Chemical and biological weapons 100 Avian Flu Precautions An avian flu pandemic is a relatively new threat to the health and security of workers around the world. It is extremely important that workers be informed about hazards and precautions relating to this disease as there is no specific treatment at this time, and the mortality rate can be extremely high. 30 min Objectives Background Prevention Conclusion The purpose of this training module is to give you an overview of the avian flu virus and possible responses to this potential health threat. After completing this module, you should:  Be more aware of the potential threat from the avian flu virus  Learn some precautions to help prevent or contain exposure to the avian flu virus No 101 Butadiene Butadiene is a dangerous chemical that exposes workers to health problems, especially the potential for developing cancer. This module provides workers with information on the properties, health hazards, OSHA standards, and suggestions for safety precautions to use with this chemical. 30 min Objectives Health Hazards Regulations Safety Precautions Conclusion After completion of this module, you should understand:  Butadiene and its properties  Health hazards posed by butadiene  OSHA and other regulations regarding working with butadiene  Safety precautions for working with butadiene No 102 OSHA Ten Flammable and Combustible Liquids This module is part of the OSHA Ten General Industry Training series. The worker will learn about identification, hazard avoidance, and control of flammable and combustible liquids. 30 min Objectives Introduction Avoiding Danger Storage Fundamentals Transferring Conclusion This module is part of the OSHA Ten General Industry Training series. After completion of this module, you should know more about: Identification of flammable and combustible liquids.  Avoiding hazards around flammable and combustible liquids  Control of flammable and combustible liquids Yes This module is part of the OSHA Ten General Industry Training series. The worker will learn about the major elements and effectiveness of safety and health programs in the workplace. 30 min Objectives Introduction Management and Employees Worksite Analysis Hazard Prevention and Control Training This module is part of the OSHA Ten General Industry Training series. After completion of this module, you should know more about:  Effectiveness of safety and health programs  Major elements of a successful safety and health program  Importance of a worksite analysis Yes (Also available as an animated SCORM course) 103 OSHA Ten - Safety and Health Programs (Also available as an animated SCORM course)
  • 33. Conclusion 104 OSHA Ten Introduction to OSHA (Also available as an animated SCORM course) 105 OSHA Ten - Walking and Working Surfaces (Also available as an animated SCORM course) 106 OSHA Ten - Fire Protection (Also available as an animated SCORM course) 107 OSHA Ten Bloodborne Pathogens (Also available as an animated SCORM course) This module is part of the OSHA Ten General Industry Training series. The worker will be given an overview of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) including its purpose, requirements, and inspections. 30 min Objectives Overview Requirements Rights and Responsibilities Inspections Assistance Conclusion This module is part of the OSHA Ten General Industry Training series. After completion of this module, you should know more about:  Purpose of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)  Requirements of the OSH Act  Rights and responsibilities of employers and workers  OSHA inspection process  Resources to assist you in meeting OSHA standards Yes This module is part of the OSHA Ten General Industry Training series. The worker will be given an overview of the OSHA standards relating to aisles and passageways, floor and wall openings, stairways, ladders, and scaffolds. 30 min Objectives General Requirements Openings Stairs and Ladders Conclusion This module is part of the OSHA Ten General Industry Training series. After completion of this module, you should know more about OSHA standards and safety tips relating to:  Aisles and passageways  Floor and wall openings  Stairways, ladders, and scaffolds Yes This module is part of the OSHA Ten General Industry Training series. The worker will be given an overview of the OSHA standards relating to fire exit routes, emergency and fire protection plans, and fire extinguishers. 30 min Objectives Introduction Exits Plans Fire Extinguishers Conclusion This module is part of the OSHA Ten General Industry Training series. After completion of this module, you should know more about OSHA standards relating to:  Basic requirements for fire exit routes  Basic requirements for fire and emergency plans  Basic requirements for fire extinguishers Yes This module is part of the OSHA Ten General Industry Training series. The worker will be given an overview of the OSHA standards relating to the hazards of exposure to bloodborne pathogens and precautions to take to ensure the worker's safety. 30 min Objectives Background Exposure Controls More Requirements Conclusion This module is part of the OSHA Ten General Industry Training series. After completion of this module, you should know more about:  Need for standards and training relating to bloodborne pathogens  Basic requirements in the OSHA standard for bloodborne pathogens  Ways to control exposure to bloodborne pathogens Yes
  • 34. 108 OSHA Ten - Hazard Communication (Also available as an animated SCORM course) 109 OSHA Ten - Electrical Hazards (Also available as an animated SCORM course) 110 OSHA Ten - Machine Guarding (Also available as an animated SCORM course) 111 OSHA Ten - Personal Protective Equipment (Also available as an animated SCORM course) 112 Lab Safety Overview This module is part of the OSHA Ten General Industry Training series. The worker will be given an overview of the OSHA standards relating to the requirements for hazard communication for those workers exposed to hazardous materials. 30 min Objectives Introduction Requirements Conclusion This module is part of the OSHA Ten General Industry Training series. After completion of this module, you should know more about the OSHA requirements for:  A hazard communication program  Creation and dissemination of MSDSs  Labeling of hazardous materials  Training of employees who may be exposed to hazardous materials Yes This module is part of the OSHA Ten General Industry Training series. The worker will be given an overview of the causes of electrical shock, the hazards of working with electricity, and protective measures that are basic requirements in the OSHA standards. 30 min Objectives Background Electrical Shock Hazards Protective Measures Conclusion This module is part of the OSHA Ten General Industry Training series. After completion of this module, you should know more about:  Need for standards and training relating to electrical hazards  Basic requirements in the OSHA standard for electrical hazards  Ways to control exposure to electrical hazards Yes This module is part of the OSHA Ten General Industry Training series. The worker will be given an overview of specific examples of types of machine guards and the basic OSHA requirements for machine guarding. 30 min Objectives Introduction Methods of Safeguarding Requirements Conclusion This module is part of the OSHA Ten General Industry Training series. After completion of this module, you should know more about:  Necessity for machine guarding  Some specific methods of safeguarding workers who use hazardous machines  OSHA requirements relating to machine guarding Yes This module is part of the OSHA Ten General Industry Training series. The worker will be given an overview of specific examples of types of personal protective equipment (PPE) and the basic OSHA requirements for PPE. 30 min Objectives Eye Protection Head and Hearing Protection Foot Protection Hand Protection Body Protection Conclusion This module is part of the OSHA Ten General Industry Training series. After completion of this module, you should know more about personal protective equipment (PPE) including:  Reasons for using PPE  Types of PPE  Employer's responsibility in developing a PPE program  OSHA requirements relating to PPE Yes This module will give the worker OSHA and other professional guidelines for creating and 30 min Objectives Introduction Prudent Practices After completion of this training module, you should understand  OSHA requirements and professional No
  • 35. maintaining a safe working environment in a laboratory at the workplace, including OSHA requirements for a Chemical Hygiene Plan. PPE Conclusion    guidelines for lab safety Value of a comprehensive Chemical Hygiene Plan Importance of lab design and appropriate equipment How protective clothing and good work practices can affect your safety 113 Outdoor Cranes This module will inform the worker about OSHA standards for crane operation and precautions necessary for crane safety. 30 min Objectives Background Standards Safety Practices Conclusion In general, information in this module applies to overhead and gantry cranes; mobile cranes; cab and pulpit-operated cranes; and powered and manual hoists. After completing this module, you should be more aware of:  Safety hazards related to crane operations  Safety measures to use around cranes  OSHA standards relating to cranes and hoists  Responsibilities of the site supervisors, crane operators, and workers during a crane operation No 114 First Aid This module will give the worker an overview of basic first aid for specific types of injuries based upon recommended training from OSHA. 60 min Objectives Introduction Shock Bleeding Poisoning Burns Temperature Extremes Musculoskeletal Injuries Bites and Stings Medical Emergencies Other Emergencies Conclusion The purpose of this training module is to give you an overview of elements of first aid as applied to specific types of injuries. After completing this module, you should:  Be aware of OSHA recommendations for first aid training  Understand the importance of being alert, calm, and reassuring in emergency situations  Recognize symptoms of certain injuries and medical problems  Be able to provide emergency care for certain kinds of injuries and medical problems  Know when an emergency situation requires prompt medical attention No 115 Radiation Safety Overview This module will inform the worker about radiation terminology, regulating agencies, sources, risks, and protection strategies. 30 min Objectives Background Sources Exposure Risk and Prevention After completing the Radiation Safety Overview training module, workers should have a basic understanding of:  Terminology and uses associated with radiation No
  • 36. Conclusion     Presence of natural radiation in our environment Presence of man-made radiation in our environment Regulation of radiation by government agencies Risks, effects, and prevention of exposure to radiation at work 116 Compressed Gas This module will inform the worker about the hazards of compressed gas and protective measures to use when handling and storing compressed gas cylinders. 30 min Objectives Background Hazards Protective Measures What's Wrong Here? Conclusion Compressed gas cylinders are found in many businesses, plants, and even on your back patio. After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  Types of compressed gases and safety issues associated with them  Hazards of unsafe practices with the cylinders  Protective measures to use when handling these cylinders  Unsafe situations when you see them No 117 Business Travel This module will inform workers who must travel on business about potential hazards and appropriate preparations for a more secure trip, especially if traveling abroad. 30 min Objectives Background Transportation Hub Security Hotel Security Personal Security Personal Conduct Special Concerns Effective security precautions require a continuous and conscious awareness of one's environment as well as the need to exercise prudence, judgment, and common sense. This is especially true where the traveler must adapt to new cultures, customs, and laws. Personal security cannot be delegated to others; it is a responsibility of each one of us, as we promote our country's economic and commercial interests around the globe. After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  Requirements and protective measures for documents when you travel abroad  Security issues relating to your luggage and your presence in transportation centers  Ways to enhance your security in a hotel setting  Behaviors to practice when visiting a foreign country  Behaviors to avoid when visiting a No
  • 37. foreign country 118 West Nile Virus This module will inform workers about the spread, causes, and symptoms of the West Nile Virus, including precautions to take at the worksite for prevention of mosquito bites. 30 min Objectives Background Infection Protection Conclusion In August, 2003, OSHA developed a safety and health bulletin on Workplace Precautions Against West Nile Virus to provide relevant information regarding this illness to employers and employees. The Bulletin is not a standard or regulation, and it creates no new legal obligations. Based upon the spirit and intent of the General Duty Clause, the Bulletin is advisory in nature, informational in content, and is intended to assist employers in providing a safe and healthful workplace. After completing this training module, you should understand:  Carriers of the West Nile Virus  Signs of infection with the virus  Precautions needed to prevent the spread of the virus  Importance of personal protection with insecticide No 119 Lightning Safety This module will inform workers about the physical characteristics of lightning, likely locations, and the results of lightning strikes and includes ways to reduce the chances of becoming a lightning victim. 30 min Objectives Background Danger Precautions Conclusion Few people recognize the true dangers of lightning to their personal safety as well as the economic costs of lightning strikes. After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  Physical characteristics of lightning  Likely locations of lightning strikes  Results of lightning strikes  Ways to reduce the chances of becoming a lightning victim No 120 Utility Knife Safety This module will inform workers about correct procedures in using a utility knife (No test). 30 min Use of a Utility Knife This is a very short module showing workers safety tips and correct techniques for using utility knives on the job. No 121 Ergonomics Awareness Module 1 This module will provide the worker with basic information about ergonomics relating to definition and recognizing risks that lead to injury (No test). 30 min Objectives What Is Ergonomics? Effects of Poor Ergonomics on Your Safety and Health Ergonomic Performance and Trends This module is designed for all employees, supervisors, and managers. This module is intended to provide you with:  Basic introduction to ergonomics  Information on how to recognize ergonomics risks  Ways to control risks No
  • 38. Early Reporting of Ergonomic Symptoms Recognizing Elevated Risks - Force Recognizing Elevated Risks - Repetition Recognizing Elevated Risks - Posture Summary  Steps for developing an Ergonomics Action Plan for your worksite 122 Ergonomics Awareness Module 2 This module will provide the worker with ways to control ergonomics risks and to improve his safety in the workplace (No test). 30 min Objectives Behaviors for Good Ergonomics Ergonomics Job Safety Analysis Strategies for Reducing Heavy Lifting Strategies for Reducing Repetitive Lifting Strategies for Reducing Awkward Postures Safe Lifting Methods Good Posture Stretching and Conditioning Summary This module is designed for all employees, supervisors, and managers. This module is intended to provide you with:  Basic methods for controlling ergonomics risks  Personal behaviors for good ergonomics No 123 Foot Protection This module will inform workers about the relationship between foot problems and workplace design and to help them choose and use protective footwear. 30 min Objectives Introduction Problems and Causes Prevention Conclusion For protection of feet from falling or rolling objects, sharp objects, molten metal, hot surfaces, and wet slippery surfaces workers should use appropriate safety shoes, or boots. After completing this training module, you should know more about:  Variety of foot problems and their causes, especially relating to workplace conditions  How to prevent foot injuries  Better workplace design to avoid foot injuries  How to choose and use protective footwear No 124 Slips, Trips, and Falls This module will inform workers about causes and preventive 30 Objectives Background This training module will provide you with information on preventing slips, trips, and falls No
  • 39. procedures for slips, trips, and falls in the workplace. min Causes Prevention Conclusion (at ground level). Techniques for preventing falls from an elevated level are treated in the training module, Fall Protection. After completing this module, you should be more aware of:  Costs of slip, trip, and fall incidents  Definitions and causes of slips, trips, and falls  Work and human factors that increase the risk of slips, trips, and falls  Ways to prevent slips, trips, and falls 125 Cadmium This module will inform workers about cadmium - including the characteristics, uses, hazards, and ways to reduce risks when working with this element. 30 min Objectives Background Hazards Risk Reduction Conclusion Cadmium, a natural element present in our environment, is used in products found in homes and industrial workplaces. This element can affect your health. After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  Identification and uses of cadmium  Hazards of cadmium  Ways to reduce the risks of handling cadmium No 126 Sarbanes-Oxley Act, The Impact of the This module will inform workers the Sarbanes-Oxley Act (SOX) including the origin, major provisions, and impact on their company. 30 min Objectives Background Conclusion The objective of this training module is to increase your awareness of the existence of the Sarbanes-Oxley Act and its impact upon your company. The act, itself, is complex and detailed and requires most companies to seek expert advice for implementation from experienced financial consultants. After completing this module, you should know more about:  Origins of this act  Major provisions of this act  How this act may affect you and your company No 127 Corporate Ethics: FCPA This module will inform workers about the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act - including definitions used, standards companies must meet, and information about violations. 30 min Objectives Background Definitions Standards Exemptions Violations Conclusion Your company should have policies in place that relate to corporate ethics, a Code of Business Conduct. This training module is part of a series that cannot be specific to your company, but the module does offer suggestions for your consideration if you need to write, edit, or develop your training for such No
  • 40. policies. After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  Contents and definitions of the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA)  Standards your company and its representatives should follow when dealing with foreign officials  Penalties for violating the FCPA 128 Corporate Ethics: Contracts This module will inform workers about how to handle business contracts and agreements in such a way that the interests of the company are protected and the standards of the FCPA are not violated. These are issues that should be examined in a company's Code of Business Conduct. 30 min Objectives Contracts Conclusion Your company should have policies in place that relate to corporate ethics, a Code of Business Conduct. This training module is part of a series that cannot be specific to your company, but the module does offer suggestions for your consideration if you need to write, edit, or develop your training for such policies. Additionally, this module assumes you have already received training relating to the Foreign Corrupt Practices Act (FCPA). After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  How to handle business contracts and agreements, and  Importance of compliance with the FCPA No 129 Corporate Ethics: Gifts - Conflicts Lobbying This module will inform workers about how to handle gifts and entertainment, conflicts of interest, and political activities such as lobbying, all issues that should be examined in a company's Code of Business Conduct. 30 min Objectives Gifts Conflicts Lobbying Conclusion Your company should have policies in place that relate to corporate ethics, a Code of Business Conduct. This training module is part of a series that cannot be specific to your company, but the module does offer suggestions for your consideration if you need to write, edit, or develop your training for such policies. After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  How to handle issues relating to gifts and entertainment  Potential for a conflict of interest in your employment  How to handle your political activities without misrepresenting your company No
  • 41. 130 Corporate Ethics: Property and Work Practices This module will inform workers about their responsibilities and rights relating to company property and certain work practices - all issues that should be examined in a company's Code of Business Conduct. 30 min Objectives Company Property Work Practices Conclusion Your company should have policies in place that relate to corporate ethics, a Code of Business Conduct. This training module is part of a series that cannot be specific to your company, but the module does offer suggestions for your consideration if you need to write, edit, or develop your training for such policies. After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  Definition of company property  Importance of company policies to guide your relationships with fellow employees  Your responsibilities for appropriate use of company property and for safe work practices relating to health and the environment  Your responsibilities for following company policies relating to harassment, violence, and the misuse of drugs and alcohol No 131 Corporate Ethics: Securities and Antitrust Issues This module will inform workers about ethical conduct relating to trading stock and making deals that might violate SEC or antitrust act regulations - all issues that should be examined in a company's Code of Business Conduct. 30 min Objectives Securities Antitrust Issues Conclusion Your company should have policies in place that relate to corporate ethics, a Code of Business Conduct. This training module is part of a series that cannot be specific to your company, but the module does offer suggestions for your consideration if you need to write, edit, or develop your training for such policies. After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  Limitations you face in buying or selling stock in relation to your employment  Differences between insider information and public information relating to stock  Kinds of business deals that might constitute unfair practices that violate antitrust acts No 132 Carcinogens This module will inform workers about the dangers of carcinogens and control 30 min Objectives Background Control Measures With an increase in technology, the demand for more consumer goods and pharmaceutical products, and the use of more chemicals and No
  • 42. measures to use when working with carcinogenic materials. Conclusion their combinations, the presence and effects of carcinogens in our society have also multiplied. As a result of completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  Definition of carcinogens  Presence of carcinogenic materials  Dangers of carcinogenic materials  Ways to reduce the hazards of carcinogenic materials 133 Six Sigma, An Introduction to This module will introduce workers to the definition, basic principles, and key terms associated with the Six Sigma process management method that is popular with many large corporations. 30 min Objectives Introduction Implementation Conclusion In this training module you will learn about a significant methodology used to improve a company's business in this world of stiff competition. After completing this module, you should be more familiar with:  Definition of six sigma  Basic principles of Six Sigma, the program  Extent of use of Six Sigma methodology in business today  Key terms associated with Six Sigma No 134 Emergency Action Plan This module will introduce workers to OSHA's general requirements and suggestions for an emergency action plan and can form the basis for the development of a specific plan for your company. 30 min Objectives Introduction Required Elements Conclusion For the safety of all employees and the surrounding community, every business should have an emergency action plan. This is especially important for larger plants and those companies dealing with hazardous materials. After completing this training module you should know more about:  OSHA regulations concerning emergency action plans  Basic required elements to include in such a plan  Importance of preparation, communication, training, and practice  Effectiveness of involving employees in the development of the plan No 135 Chemical Exposure Monitoring This module will introduce workers to OSHA's general requirements for chemical exposure monitoring to ensure that a worker's jobsite does not 30 min Objectives Background Monitoring Process Conclusion OSHA has established exposure limits to protect workers from excessive contamination by hundreds of hazardous airborne contaminants. Employers must monitor those dangerous substances according to specific No
  • 43. exceed permissible exposure limits for hazardous chemicals. standards. Methylene chloride, asbestos, and lead are a few examples of hazardous chemicals with specific exposure requirements. After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  OSHA requirements for exposure monitoring  Equipment and techniques used in exposure monitoring  Source of additional information about exposure limits 136 OSHA Recordkeeping This module will introduce workers to OSHA's standard relating to recordkeeping -using Form 300, Form 301, and Form 300A. Reporting criteria and employee involvement are presented. 30 min Objectives Introduction Recordkeeping Forms Reporting Criteria Employee Involvement Other Requirements Conclusion The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has developed a comprehensive set of rules for recordkeeping. This training module discusses the provisions of the standard that took effect on January 1, 2002 and includes changes incorporated in January 2004. Although this presentation does not describe the new regulations in detail, you should:  Become more aware of improvements in the rule  Receive an overview of the new requirements  Understand some of the major provisions of the rule  Learn where to get more information on the recordkeeping standard and forms No 137 Formaldehyde This module will introduce workers to OSHA's standard relating to formaldehyde and includes information about the uses and hazards of formaldehyde, symptoms of exposure and treatment, and safety precautions. 30 min Objectives Background Health Effects and Treatment OSHA Requirements Other Safety Tips Conclusion Formaldehyde is an important chemical used widely by industry to manufacture building materials and numerous household products. It is also a by-product of combustion and certain other natural processes. Thus, it may be present in substantial concentrations both indoors and outdoors. After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  Uses of formaldehyde  Hazards of formaldehyde  OSHA standard relating to formaldehyde No
  • 44.  Ways to protect yourself from the effects of formaldehyde 138 Substance Abuse This module will introduce workers to the dangers of substance abuse in the workplace and will encourage the development of a drug-free workplace program. 30 min Objectives Background Impact on Work Developing a Drug-Free Workplace Recognizing the Problem Employee Assistance Conclusion After completing this training module, workers should be more aware of:  Reasons for developing a Drug-Free Workplace Policy  Effects of substance abuse on the workplace  Important elements of a Drug-Free Workplace Policy  Recognizing the signs of drug abuse  Employee Assistance Programs No 139 Dermal Exposure This module will introduce workers to the dangers of dermal exposure in the workplace and will provide them with safety tips for preventing occupational dermatitis. 30 min Objectives Background Measuring Exposure Dermatitis and You Prevention Conclusion Skin exposure to chemicals in the workplace is a significant problem in the US. More than 13 million workers in the United States are potentially exposed to chemicals that can be absorbed through the skin. After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  Hazards of skin exposure to chemicals  Methods for measuring exposure  Causes and symptoms of occupational dermatitis  Safety tips for preventing dermal exposure No 140 AED (Automated External Defibrillator) This module will increase workers' awareness of the value of an automated external defibrillator (AED) used in the workplace. 30 min Objectives Introduction Reasons for AEDs in the Workplace Factors to Consider Response to an Emergency Using the AED Conclusion This training module is designed to:  Increase your awareness of the value of automated external defibrillators (AEDs)  Explain ventricular fibrillation  Define important factors to consider in developing an AED program  Emphasize the importance of the Chain of Survival  Explain how to use an AED No 141 OSHA Top Ten Violations This module will introduce the worker to the list of top ten violations of OSHA standards that is compiled each year. 30 min Objectives Introduction Violations Conclusion Each year OSHA compiles a list of the most frequently violated health and safety standards. This training module will present information about the top ten violations based upon the compilation for 2006. Generally, No
  • 45. these are the most cited violations every year. Violations can result in thousands of dollars in penalties assessed against the company responsible for the violations. More seriously, violations can result in injury and death to personnel. The purpose of this training module is to increase your awareness of those areas of most concern to your safety and to the inspection teams for OSHA. 142 Battery Safety This module will introduce the worker hazards and OSHA standards relating to batteries. Included are safety tips for handling batteries. 30 min Objectives Background Hazards Safety Tips OSHA Requirements Conclusion Batteries range in size from tiny to huge. They have a multitude of uses in vehicles, industrial equipment, and personal electronic items. Batteries can also explode or deliver fatal shock. Safety precautions at work and at home can prevent some of the dangers from batteries. OSHA has some standards relating to battery safety. After completing this module, you should be more aware of:  Hazards faced when using batteries  Safety tips for working with batteries  OSHA standards relating to battery safety No 143 Distillation This module will give the worker some basic information about the distillation process which is used in petroleum refineries and many chemical plants. 30 min Objectives Background Types of Distillation Crude Oil Distillation Conclusion The process of distillation was probably first used in the production of intoxicating beverages. Today, refined methods of distillation are used in many industries, including the alcohol and petroleum industries. After completing this module, you should be more aware of:  Definition and reasons for distillation  Major types of distillation  Methods used to refine crude oil  Health and safety concerns in the distillation process No 144 Pipelines: Implementing Integrity Management This module informs the worker about the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration's (PHMSA) Rules on Pipeline Integrity Management in High Consequence Areas for 30 min Objectives Background Key Features Conclusion This module provides information about the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration's (PHMSA) Rules on Pipeline Integrity Management in High Consequence Areas for Hazardous Liquid Operators (49 CFR Part 195). These rules became effective May 29, 2001 and February 15, 2002. These No
  • 46. Hazardous Liquid Operators (49 CFR Part 195). regulations require pipeline operators to use comprehensive analysis to assess, evaluate, repair and validate the integrity of hazardous liquid pipeline segments. These regulations are aimed at preventing leaks or failures that could affect populated areas, other areas unusually sensitive to environmental damage, and commercially navigable waterways. After completing this module, you should be more aware of:  Reasons for implementing these rules  Definitions associated with these rules  Key requirements in these rules 145 Pipeline Basics This module will give the worker some basic information about pipelines relating to types, use, locations, and hazards. 30 min Objectives Background Locations Importance Hazards Conclusion Pipelines are an important part of our economy, providing us with energy, assorted chemicals, and jobs. After completing this module, you should know more about:  Different types of pipelines  Uses of pipelines  Locations of pipelines  Hazards associated with them No 146 Cooling Towers This module will give the worker some basic information about cooling towers relating to types, key components, maintenance, and safety issues. 30 min Objectives Introduction Key Components Maintenance Safety Issues Conclusion You cannot drive through a city or an industrial plant or past a power plant without seeing a cooling tower somewhere. Cooling towers are important to many industrial processes. After completion of this training module, you should know more about:  How a cooling tower works  Types of cooling towers  Key components of cooling towers  Maintenance and safety issues related to cooling towers No 147 Dust: Effects on the Lungs This module will give the worker some basic information about dust particles, especially how they can affect the respiratory system, and some precautions to take. 30 min Objectives Introduction Types of Dust Effects Precautions Conclusion Dust consists of tiny solid particles carried by air currents. These articles are formed by disintegration or fracture process, such as grinding, crushing, or impact. The Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) defines dust as finely divided solids that may become airborne from the original state without any chemical or physical change other than fracture. Dust can affect the lungs of humans No
  • 47. and also our environment. After completing this module, you should know more about:  Characteristics and types of dust  Respiratory system  Hazards of dust  Precautions against the effects of dust 148 Eyewashes and Safety Showers This module will give the worker some basic information about hazards that require eyewashes and safety showers, and standards for such equipment recommended by OSHA and ANSI. 30 min Objectives Introduction Equipment and Use Conclusion Eyewash fountains and safety shower equipment should be present at every work site that involves working with hazardous chemicals or equipment that might generate flying objects. After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  Hazards that require the use of this equipment  OSHA's standard relating to this equipment  Hazards of dust  ANSI recommendations relating to this equipment No 149 Worker Rights under OSHA This module will give the worker some basic information about the origins of OSHA and the rights workers have to provide them with safe workplaces. 30 min Objectives Introduction Worker Rights Conclusion You have the right to a safe workplace. OSHA requires employers to provide a workplace that is free of serious recognized hazards and in compliance with OSHA standards. After completing this training module, you should know more about the origins of OSHA and your rights relating to:  Training  Information  Actions  Complaints  Inspections  Appeals No 150 Stress at Work This module will give the worker some basic information about the causes and hazards of stress in the workplace and includes information on managing stress. 30 min Objectives Background Job Conditions That May Lead to Stress Warning Signs Managing Stress Conclusion It’s been said that a job without frustrations is not a job. All workers will face occasional frustrations on the job, but it’s also true that most workers enjoy a good challenge and the satisfaction that comes with mastering a job. Challenging work motivates us to learn new skills and perform to our potential. But what happens when job demands become excessive? When pressure builds and healthy No
  • 48. challenge is replaced by frustration and exhaustion? Stress takes over. After completing this module, you should know more about stress in the workplace, including:  Causes of stress  Symptoms and hazards of stress  Ways to manage job stress 151 Poisonous Plants After completing this training module, the worker should be more aware of identification, recognition of symptoms, prevention of exposure, and first aid treatment relating to certain poisonous plants. 30 min Objectives Introduction Exposure Identification Prevention First Aid Conclusion There are a number of plants that are considered to be poisonous. This course will focus on the most prevalent types in the United States. These include poison ivy, poison oak, and poison sumac. These plants can be found throughout the United States. They are typically associated with woodland environments, but can also be found in parks and even your own back yard at times. No After completing this training module, you should be more aware of identification, recognition of symptoms, prevention of exposure, and first aid treatment relating to these poisonous plants:  Identification of these plants  Recognition of symptoms of exposure  Prevention of exposure to them  First aid treatment after exposure 152 Mold in the Workplace After completing this training module, the worker should be more aware of the causes and health effects of mold in the workplace. Prevention and remediation techniques will also be presented. 30 min Objectives Introduction Health Effects Prevention Remediation Conclusion Poor indoor air quality is one of the most important health issues we face today. Molds and fungi are found in virtually every environment and can be detected, both indoors and outdoors, year round. Concern about indoor exposure to mold has increased along with public awareness that exposure to mold can cause a variety of health effects and symptoms, including allergic reactions. After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  Causes of mold  Health effects of mold  Ways to prevent mold  Remediation techniques used to No
  • 49. reduce mold contamination 153 DOT - HazMat Security Awareness This course is designed to ensure that personnel shipping hazardous materials are fully aware of DOT security issues. Hazardous materials can be used by terrorists, thieves, and disgruntled employees to create incidents dangerous to our security. 30 min Introduction Examples of Security Failures Potential Targets Potential Threats Prevention Tools Conclusion In the wrong hands, hazardous materials can pose a significant threat. In this course, we will look at actions you can take to minimize security threats. No After completing this course, you should be more aware of:  Potential Targets - Identify who might be at risk and who might be a target of terrorists or saboteurs  Potential Threats - Realize who might be intent on bringing harm, how we recognize them, and what we can do to protect cargo when it is at risk  Prevention Tools - Explore some of the things that you can do to deny access to, and prevent the theft of (or diversion of) HAZMAT by vandals or terrorists 154 Reactive Chemical Process Safety (video) This course is designed to show the worker specific examples of runaway chemical reactions to reinforce the hazards of working with reactive chemicals. 30 min Introduction Objectives Examples of Security Failures Potential Targets Potential Threats Prevention Tools Conclusion Unwanted chemical reactions and resulting incidents pose a serious problem. After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  Hazards of unwanted chemical reactions  Historical incidents that emphasize the need for greater safety training relating to reactive chemicals  Resources available to help reduce chemical reactivity hazards No 155 Sling Safety This course will give the worker a basic awareness of types of slings, their proper use, and safety issues to recognize. 30 min Introduction Objectives Chain Slings Wire Rope Slings Fiber Rope Slings Synthetic Web Slings Lifting Factors Sling Maintenance Safety Practices Conclusion After completing this training module, you should be more aware of the:  Proper selection of slings  Maintenance of slings  Safe use of slings No
  • 50. 156 Legionnaires’ Disease This course will increase the worker's awareness of the danger of Legionnaires' disease, especially in preventing exposure to the bacteria. 30 min Objectives Description Sources Transmission Treatment Prevention Conclusion Legionnaires' disease is a common name for one of the several illnesses caused by Legionnaires' disease bacteria (LDB). In addition to Legionnaires' disease, the same bacteria also cause a flu-like disease called Pontiac fever. After completing this module, you should know more about:  Origin and causes of this disease  Measures to help prevent this disease No 157 Baghouses This course will increase the worker’s awareness of the use and maintenance of baghouses as a means of decreasing air pollution in industrial plants. 30 min Objectives Introduction Types Filters Differential Pressure Problems Maintenance Conclusion OSHA and the EPA have regulations relating to air pollution and the effects of hazardous waste particles on the worker's health and the general environment. Baghouses are one method for controlling the amount of pollutants created during industrial processes. After completing this training module, you should know more about:  Types of baghouses  Filtration process  Differential pressure  Potential problems and solutions in the operation of the baghouse  Maintenance procedures to assure more effective particle collection No 158 Pumps, An Introduction This course will introduce the worker to types of pumps, including tips for maintenance and increasing efficiency. 30 min Objectives Introduction Centrifugal Pumps Positive Displacement Pumps Safety Maintenance & Efficiency Conclusion Pumps are used throughout society for a variety of purposes. Early applications include the use of the windmill or watermill to pump water. Today, the pump is used for irrigation, water supply, gasoline supply, air conditioning systems, refrigeration (usually called a compressor), chemical movement, sewage movement, flood control, marine services, etc. After completing this training module, you should know more about:  Common types of pumps  Diagnostic and maintenance tips  Safety requirements when working with pumps  Ways to increase pump efficiency No 159 Introduction to NFPA This course will increase the 30 Objectives According to the EFSI (Electrical Safety No
  • 51. 70E worker’s awareness of the history, requirements, and importance of the NFPA 70E electrical standards for workplace safety. min Background Standard Special Concerns OSHA and the NFPA Conclusion Foundation International), an average of one worker is electrocuted on the job every day. An average of one person is electrocuted in the home every 36 hours. Electrical incidents are far more likely to be fatal than other types. The four main types of electrical injuries include electrocution (death due to electrical shock), electrical shock, burns, and falls. After completing this training module you should be more aware of a specific organization and their standards that are devoted to making your workplace safer from harmful electrical incidents. You should know more about the:  Development of the NFPA.  Development of the NFPA 70E standard.  Relationship between OSHA standards and the NFPA 70E standard.  Major issues addressed in the NFPA 70E standard. 160 Electrical Contractors: Materials Handling This training module is the first in a series of three that describes common hazards that electrical contractors may encounter and possible solutions for these hazards. 30 min Introduction Heavy Lifting Pushing, Pulling and Carrying Staging and Housekeeping Vehicular Activities Conclusion Electrical employees face ergonomic issues when transporting supplies and equipment around shops, storage areas, and worksites. This module discusses potential hazards and identifies possible solutions involved in the following tasks:  Heavy Lifting  Pushing, Pulling, and Carrying  Staging and Housekeeping  Vehicular Activities No 161 Electrical Contractors: Installation and Repair This training module is the second in a series of three that describes common hazards that electrical contractors may encounter and possible solutions for these hazards. 30 min Introduction Pulling and Feeding Wire Connecting and Fastening Using Tools Manual Digging and Trenching Conclusion Electrical employees face ergonomic issues when installing and repairing electrical connections around shops, storage areas, and worksites. This module discusses potential hazards and identifies possible solutions involved in the following tasks:  Pulling and Feeding Wire  Connecting and Fastening  Using Tools  Digging and Trenching No 162 Electrical This training module is the third 30 Introduction Employees should be aware of the potential No
  • 52. Contractors: Prefabrication in a series of three that describes common hazards that electrical contractors may encounter and possible solutions for these hazards. min Bending Conduit Cutting and Spooling Wire Welding Assembly Tasks Conclusion hazards that are unique to a prefabrication setting. This module discusses potential hazards and identifies possible solutions involved in the following tasks:  Bending Conduit  Cutting and Spooling Wire  Welding  Assembly Tasks 163 Working with Solvents This training module will inform the worker about properties, hazards, and safety measures relating to the use of solvents. 30 min Objectives Introduction Hazards of Solvents Safety Measures for Solvents Use of Respirators Conclusion Many workers may interact with solvents within an industrial plant, a retail business, at home and elsewhere. Those solvents can be dangerous. Exposure to solvents is addressed within specific OSHA standards for general industry, shipyard employment, and the construction industry. Primarily, employers should be concerned with solvents as a part of their responsibilities under the General Duty Clause. After completing this training course, you should know more about:  Properties of solvents,  Hazards to your health when handling solvents, and  Safety measures to use with solvents. No 164 Hazardous Materials: AntiTerrorism Tips This training module will give the worker some tips to increase security among personnel, in the facility, and relating to transport of hazardous materials that may be subject to terrorist activity. 30 min Objectives Personnel Security Facility Security Enroute Security Tips for Drivers Conclusion This presentation, based on information from the Federal Motor Carrier Administration, is designed to inform companies of the appropriate steps that should be taken when the National Threat Level is raised to Code Orange. In this situation, special attention should be given to:  Personnel security,  Facility security, and  En-route security. No 165 Process Heating This training module will give the worker an introduction to process heating systems – including equipment, processes, and applications. 30 min Introduction Systems Operations Conclusion After completing this module, you should know more about process heating systems – including  Equipment,  Processes, and  Applications. No
  • 53. 166 Take Home Toxins This training module will alert workers to the danger of unknowingly exposing their families to substances from their workplace that could cause various health effects in family members. 30 min Introduction Contaminants Routes of Exposure Prevention Decontamination Federal Laws Conclusion After completing this module, you should be more aware of:  Contaminants you could carry home from work,  Routes of exposure,  Prevention and decontamination, and  Existing federal laws that affect this situation. No 167 Storm Water Management for Industrial Activities This training module will give the worker an introduction to the Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plan required by the EPA. 30 min Objectives Introduction SWPPP Practices Implementation Conclusion The SWPPP is based upon guidance from the EPA. After completing this module, you should know more about:  Reasons for the plan,  How the plan was developed,  Important provisions of the plan. No 168 Tuberculosis: Facts to Know This training module will give the worker an introduction to basic facts about the prevention and treatment of tuberculosis. 30 min Objectives Background Exposure Treatment At the Workplace Conclusion Worker training programs such as this one have helped the decline in the number of tuberculosis cases in the United States. After completing this training module, you should know more facts about tuberculosis relating to the:  Prevalence,  Types of infection,  Symptoms,  Need for testing,  Treatment, and  Special circumstances in the workplace. No 169 Diversity Awareness in the Workplace This training module will give the worker an introduction to cultural, generational, and disability diversity that may be present in his/her workplace. 30 min Introduction What is Diversity? Examining Culture Generational Differences Examining Disabilities Managing Diversity Conclusion After completing this introductory module, you should know more about:  Meaning and types of diversity that affect your workplace.  Factors that may interfere with a person’s appreciation of diversity.  Importance of appreciating diversity in your workplace. No 170 Five Minute Safety: Finger, Hand, and Wrist Injuries Quick review of important first aid tips for finger, hand, and wrist injuries. 5 min Introduction Recognizing Hand Hazards Eliminating/Controlling Hand & Wrist Hazards Prevention Guidelines These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas No (Also Available in
  • 54. Spanish) 171 Five Minute Safety: Fire Safety Flammable Liquids Choosing the Right Gloves Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. Quick review of important safety guidelines for handling flammable liquids. 5 min Introduction Storing Flammable Liquids Safety Precautions These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No Quick review of important first aid tips for severe bleeding. 5 min Introduction First Aid for Severe Bleeding These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No Quick review of important first aid tips for burns. 5 min Introduction Heat Burns Chemical Burns Electrical Burns Sunburn Burn Care These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No Quick review of important guidelines for lifting heavy items safely. 5 min Introduction Lifting Tips These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No Quick review of important guidelines for protecting yourself from the harmful effects of the sun. 5 min Introduction Population Groups at Risk Protective Measures These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No (Also Available in Spanish) 172 Five Minute Safety: First Aid for Severe Bleeding (Also Available in Spanish) 173 Five Minute Safety: First Aid for Burns (Also Available in Spanish) 174 Five Minute Safety: Lifting Safely (Also Available in Spanish) 175 Five Minute Safety: Sun Safety (Also Available in Spanish)
  • 55. 176 Five Minute Safety: Compressed Gas Cylinders Quick review of important safety tips for handling compressed gas cylinders. 5 min Introduction Usage, Storage and Handling of Compressed Gas Cylinders These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No Quick review of important safety tips for handling loads with forklifts. 5 min Introduction Loading Carrying the Load Unloading These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No Quick review of important safety tips for using ladders. 5 min Introduction Inspecting Ladders Using Ladders These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No Quick review of important safety tips for using personal fall protection equipment. 5 min Introduction Definition Inspection Lanyards Care and Maintenance Between You and Death or Injury These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No (Also Available in Spanish) 177 Five Minute Safety: Forklift Load Handling (Also Available in Spanish) 178 Five Minute Safety: Ladder Safety (Also Available in Spanish) 179 Five Minute Safety: Personal Fall Protection (Also Available in Spanish) 180 Safety and the Supervisor 01: Responsibilities This module is the first in a series dealing with the competency of supervisors in the workplace relating to their safety training responsibilities. 30 min Introduction Responsibilities Investigations Rules Inspections Conclusion The manager, superintendent, supervisor or other person in charge or control of all or part of the place of employment is considered to be an agent of the employer. Employers have a responsibility to see that their workers are properly instructed and supervised in the safe operation of any machinery, tools, equipment, process, or practice which they are authorized to use or apply. No 181 Safety and the This module is the second in a 30 Introduction In this module you will review your safety No
  • 56. Supervisor 02: Providing Safety Training series dealing with the competency of supervisors in the workplace relating to their safety training responsibilities. min Importance of Initial Orientation Training Methods On-the-Job Training Conclusion training responsibilities, the safety topics that need to be trained, and the best way to train them. One of the primary principles stressed in this module is that safety training must be closely tied to accountability or it may likely fail. 182 Safety and the Supervisor 03: Providing Resources and Support This module is the third in a series dealing with the competency of supervisors in the workplace relating to their safety training responsibilities. 30 min Introduction Cause Categories What Can the Supervisor Do? Conclusion One of the supervisor's most important responsibilities is to make sure his or her employees have everything necessary to work safely. That includes proper tools, equipment, materials, environment, training, and reasonable workload scheduling. We can lump all of this into four areas that represent the source of about 98% of all workplace accidents. No 183 Safety and the Supervisor 04: Enforcing Safety Rules This module is the fourth in a series dealing with the competency of supervisors in the workplace relating to their safety training responsibilities. 30 min Introduction Accountability Conclusion One of the supervisor's most important responsibilities is to make sure his or her employees work safely. The supervisor, as an agent of the employer, is charged with carrying out a very important responsibility that of holding employees accountable for their actions. Therefore, the supervisor, himself, is also assigned responsibility and held accountable for carrying out this very important leadership activity. No 184 Five Minute Safety: Hurry Up Can Hurt Quick review of the importance of taking your time to act safely in the workplace. 5 min Introduction Hurry Up Acts Conclusion These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No Quick review of important safety tips for handling bomb threats at work. 5 min Introduction Threats Procedures Bomb Search Techniques Sample Form These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No (Also Available in Spanish) 185 Five Minute Safety: Bomb Threats (Also Available in Spanish)
  • 57. 186 Five Minute Safety: AED Facts Quick review of the importance of AEDs in the workplace. 5 min Introduction Questions and Answers These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No Quick review of important tips for protecting your hands from chemical exposure in the workplace. 5 min Introduction Glove Selection Hand Care These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No Quick review of important safety tips for using a respirator in the workplace. 5 min Introduction Understand Respiratory Hazards Cleaning Storage Inspection Breathing Limitations Fit These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No Quick review of important tips for the supervisor to use for safety training. 5 min Introduction Planning Steps to Use These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No Quick review of the measures to alleviate shoulder injuries in the workplace. 5 min Introduction Warning Signs Workplace Safety Minimizing the Pain Exercise These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No (Also Available in Spanish) 187 Five Minute Safety: Hand Protection from Chemical Exposure (Also Available in Spanish and as an animated SCORM course) 188 Five Minute Safety: Proper Use of a Respirator (Also Available in Spanish) 189 Five Minute Safety: Safety Supervisor Training (Also Available in Spanish) 190 Five Minute Safety: Shoulder Injury Prevention (Also Available in Spanish)
  • 58. 191 Five Minute Safety: Stress Reduction (Also Available in Spanish) 192 Five Minute Safety: Truck Hijacking Prevention Quick review of important guidelines for reducing stress in the workplace. 5 min Cost and Effect Managing Stress These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No Quick review of the importance of security measures to prevent truck hijacking. 5 min Hijack Prevention Conclusion These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No Quick review of safety measures with hand and portable tools in the workplace. 5 min Introduction Hazards General Rules These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No Objectives Background Conclusion The purpose of this training module is to give you an overview of the swine flu virus and possible responses to this potential health threat. After completing this module, you should:  Be more aware of the potential threat from the swine flu virus.  Learn some precautions to help prevent or contain exposure to the swine flu virus. No Objectives Background Implementation Good Up High Bad Nearby Trends Conclusion You should be concerned about the ozone levels in the earth's atmosphere as they can affect your personal life and your workplace. World governments are concerned enough to participate in research projects and discussions of ozone standards. After completing this training module, you should know more about:  Current U.S. ozone standard No (Also Available in Spanish) 193 Five Minute Safety: Hand and Portable Power Tools (Also Available in Spanish) 194 Swine Flu This module is designed to increase workers' awareness of the dangers of swine flu. 5 min 195 Ozone Standard, The This module will give the worker information about the current ozone standard and the effects of good and bad ozone on his health and his environment. 30 min
  • 59.   administered through the Clean Air Act and the Environmental Agency. How the good ozone is harmed. How your health and environment are affected by good and bad ozone. 196 Respirators: Change Schedules This module will inform the worker about OSHA requirements and other considerations for developing change schedules for cartridge respirators. 30 min Background Service Life Math Model Conclusion Did you know that employers are now required to provide a respirator cartridge change schedule? After completing this training module, you should know more about:  OSHA requirements for this schedule.  Methods for estimating a cartridge’s life. No 197 Shift Workers This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of sleep deprivation problems when doing shift work and to give tips for dealing with this problem. 30 min Introduction Shift Worker Sleep Workplace Tips Conclusion Shift work employees usually work at times other than the usual “nine to five” business day. They work when most people are asleep and attempt to sleep when everyone else is awake. After completing this training module, you should know more about:  Ways to help yourself sleep when off the job.  Ways to help prevent yourself from falling asleep while on the job.  The importance of being vigilant while getting to and from work. No 198 Boilers This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of maintenance and safety related to boilers. 30 min Objectives Introduction Types of Boilers Key Components Diagnostic Tools Safety and Maintenance Issues Conclusion A boiler is a closed vessel in which water or other fluid is heated. The heated or vaporized fluid exits the boiler for use in various processes or heating applications. After completing this training module, you should know more about:  Types of boilers,  Key components of boilers, and  Safety and maintenance issues for boilers. No 199 Identity Theft: What is it? This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of how identity theft occurs and how to respond if he becomes a victim of identity theft. 30 min Objectives Background Prevention Defending Conclusion Identity theft is one of the fastest growing crimes in the country. After completing this training module, you should know more about:  The definition of identity theft. No
  • 60.    How identity theft happens. How to recognize when your identity is in danger. Steps to take to protect and/or restore your accounts. 200 Powered Industrial Trucks – Part 1 This module is designed to increase the worker's understanding of the (1) types of powered industrial trucks, (2) basic knowledge about them, and (3) OSHA requirements and recommendations relating to their use. 30 min Introduction Types of PIT Power Sources Parts Conclusion Powered industrial trucks, commonly called forklifts or lift trucks, are used in many industries, primarily to move materials. After completing this training module, you will know more about the:  Types of PIT.  Power sources for PIT.  The parts of PIT.  OSHA requirements and recommendations for the use of these vehicles. No 201 Powered Industrial Trucks – Part 2 This module is designed to increase the worker's understanding of basic inspection, maneuvering, and load handling when operating forklifts - including OSHA requirements and recommendations relating to their use. 30 min Objectives Pre-operation Traveling and Maneuvering Load Handling Conclusion Safely operating a forklift requires preparation, anticipation and careful attention in order to maintain control of the vehicle at all times. This module will identify recommended practices associated with each of the following operations:  Pre-operation inspection.  Traveling and maneuvering.  Load handling.  OSHA requirements and recommendations for the use of these vehicles. No 202 Powered Industrial Trucks – Part 3 This module is designed to increase the worker's basic knowledge about OSHA requirements and recommendations relating to the use of powered industrial trucks at the worksite. 30 min Objectives Physical Conditions Pedestrian Traffic Ramps and Grades Loading Docks Narrow Aisles Elevators Enclosed and Hazardous Areas Conclusion Safely operating a forklift requires preparation, basic knowledge of forklift operating skills, and awareness of the specific conditions at your workplace. This module will identify potential hazards and possible solutions for the following aspects of the workplace:  Physical Conditions  Pedestrian Traffic  Ramps and Grades  Loading Docks  Narrow Aisles  Elevators No
  • 61.  Enclosed and Hazardous Areas 203 Pandemic: H1N1 Flu This module is designed to increase the worker’s awareness relating to pandemics, especially the H1N1 flu - regarding cause, treatment, prevention, and preparation. 30 min Objectives Introduction H1N1 Workplace Preparation Conclusion The purpose of this training module is to make you more aware of the potential for a new flu type known as the H1N1 flu virus and possible responses to this potential health threat. After completing this module, you should:  Know the difference between a seasonal flu and a pandemic flu outbreak.  Be more familiar with the origin and spread of the new H1NI virus.  Learn some precautions to help prevent or contain exposure to this flu virus. No 204 Greenhouse Gases This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness about greenhouse gases - their sources, their effects on the Earth, and efforts to reduce their emission. 30 min Objectives Background The Gases Comparisons Managing Conclusion Scientists are sure about the greenhouse effect. They know that greenhouse gases make the Earth warmer by trapping energy in the atmosphere. After completing this training module, you should know more about:  Greenhouse gases - definitions and sources.  How those gases may affect the Earth.  Efforts to reduce greenhouse gases. No 205 Crisis Management Part A: Preparing for Threats This module is designed to give supervisors and other interested employees suggestions and information to consider when developing a plan to manage natural and man-made crises that can affect the workplace. 30 min Introduction Risks Analysis Testimonials Conclusion This is the first of three modules designed to increase your awareness of issues related to crisis management. In this module, you will:  Examine some potential risks,  Read some testimonials, and  Learn about the first steps in planning for a crisis. No 206 Crisis Management Part B: Developing a Plan This module is designed to give supervisors and other interested employees suggestions and information to consider when developing a plan to manage natural and man-made crises that can affect the workplace. 30 min Introduction Plan Sections Recovery Conclusion This is the second of three modules designed to increase your awareness of issues related to crisis management. In this module, you will:  Examine some of the steps you should take to develop a crisis management plan, and  Be given items to consider in any response and recovery procedures. No
  • 62. 207 Crisis Management Part C: Incident Response Practices This module is designed to give supervisors and other interested employees suggestions and information to consider when developing a plan to manage natural and man-made crises that can affect the workplace. 30 min Introduction Communication Utilities Supplies Stay or Go Security Conclusion This is the last of three modules designed to increase your awareness of issues related to crisis management. In this module, you will:  Examine some of the incident response practices you should consider including in your crisis management training and plan. No 208 Death on the Job This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness about job fatalities and OSHA's role when a worker dies on the job. 30 min Objectives Background OSHA Conclusion Each day more than 15 American workers fail to return home to their loved ones. That is totally unacceptable. OSHA, along with safety and health professionals around the nation, is working with employers and employees to move toward zero deaths on the job. After completing this module, you will know more about:  Job fatalities  OSHA's role when a worker dies on the job. No 209 HIPAA Basics This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of HIPAA regulations and how they affect the handling of health insurance in the workplace. 30 min Introduction Definitions Requirements Security Portability Conclusion Now many employers and organizations must conduct training to ensure the “workforce” who may handle medical care information will safeguard it in accordance with HIPAA Data Security Rules and the employer’s security policies. After completing this training module, you should be more aware of how HIPAA affects you – especially basic rules that apply to the:  Access,  Use,  Disposal, and  Storage and safeguards for your private medical information. No 210 Five Minute Safety: First Aid Kits Quick review of the importance and contents of first aid kits in the workplace. 5 min Information These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No
  • 63. 211 Five Minute Safety: Footwear Safety Quick review of the importance of safe footwear in the workplace. 5 min Introduction What Should You Know Built-in Safety Features Special Shoes or Boots Care of Safety Footwear Care for Your Feet These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No 212 Five Minute Safety: Hazard Communication Quick review of the importance of hazard communication in the workplace. 5 min Introduction Responsibilities Procedures These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No 213 Five Minute Safety: Personal Protective Equipment Quick review of the importance of personal protective equipment in the workplace. 5 min Use and Types These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No 214 Five Minute Safety: Record Keeping Highlights Quick review of OSHA's record keeping rules for the workplace. 5 min Key Provisions These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No 215 Five Minute Safety: Terrorism Tips Quick review of safety tips if terrorist activity occurs near you. 5 min Introduction Before Preparing for an Explosion Bomb Threats During and Explosion After an Explosion Chemical Agents Biological Agents These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) or the Texas Division of Workers' Compensation, Workers' Health and Safety. No 216 Mercury: Spills, Disposal and Site This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness Introduction Health Effects Mercury is used in the home, some manufacturing processes and in industrial and No 30 min
  • 64. Clean-up of the dangers of mercury at home and in the workplace including safe clean-up after spills. 217 Responding to Chemical Incidents, Part A The first of a set, this module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of the hazards of intentional and unintentional chemical releases. 218 Responding to Chemical Incidents, Part B 219 220 Spills Fluorescent Bulbs Thermometer Larger Spills Disposal In the Workplace Conclusion commercial items. Mercury is toxic to humans and wildlife and should be managed properly. After completing this module, you should know more about:  Health effects of mercury exposure,  Safe clean-up for spills, and  Proper disposal of mercury-containing products. 30 min Objectives Introduction Chemical Incident Types and Effects Chemical Weapons Conclusion This training module is the first of four modules designed to help workers understand at an awareness level:  Basics of chemical weapons deployment, and  How to protect against chemical and other hazards associated with a chemical release and response. No The second of a set, this module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of the hazards of intentional and unintentional chemical releases with emphasis on protection measures to use. 30 min Objectives Introduction Protection PPE Decontamination Conclusion This training module is the second of four modules designed to help workers understand at an awareness level:  Basics of chemical weapons deployment, and  How to protect against chemical and other hazards associated with a chemical release and response. No Responding to Chemical Incidents, Part C The third of a set, this module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of the hazards of intentional and unintentional chemical releases with emphasis on certain response procedures to implement. 30 min Objectives Introduction Procedures Conclusion This training module is the third of four modules designed to help workers understand at an awareness level:  Basics of chemical weapons deployment, and  How to protect against chemical and other hazards associated with a chemical release and response. No Responding to Chemical Incidents, Part D The fourth of a set, this module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of the hazards of intentional and unintentional chemical releases with emphasis on general safety tips for a variety of response issues encountered. 30 min Objectives Introduction Safety Tips Conclusion This training module is the last of four modules designed to help workers understand at an awareness level:  Basics of chemical weapons deployment, and  How to protect against chemical and other hazards associated with a chemical release and response. No
  • 65. 221 Driver Safety: Overview This is the first of six courses that review driver safety. From this module, workers should become more aware of a variety of statistics relating to motor vehicle safety. 30 min Objectives Background Traffic Crash Statistics Conclusion After completing this module, you should:  Be able to identify the leading cause of on-the-job fatalities in the U.S.  Be able to recognize the types of vehicles involved in accidents that resulted in the highest death rate for occupants.  Be able to identify the type of accident that results in the majority of occupant deaths.  Be able to recognize the average cost to employers for vehicle crashes resulting in injury.  Be able to identify the age group involved in the highest number of vehicle work-related deaths.  Be able to recognize the major causes of vehicle crashes. No 222 Driver Safety: Accident Prevention, Part A This is the second of six courses that review driver safety. From this module, workers should become more aware of causes, costs, and prevention strategies relating to motor vehicle accidents. 30 min Objectives Background Causes of Accidents Conclusion After completing this module, you should be more aware of:  Causes of motor vehicle accidents.  Typical driver distractions and their effect on driving ability.  Annual cost to the U.S. economy of alcohol related crashes.  Prevention strategies to reduce alcohol related driving.  Effects of excessive speed.  Ways to prevent accidents due to these causes. No 223 Driver Safety: Accident Prevention, Part B This is the third of six courses that review driver safety. From this module, workers should become more aware of causes, costs, and prevention strategies relating to motor vehicle accidents. 30 min Objectives Causes: Driver Fatigue Causes: Aggressive Driving Personal Quiz: Aggressive Driving Conclusion After completing this module, you should be more aware of:  Causes of motor vehicle accidents.  Risks of fatigued driving.  Strategies to help reduce sleep-related accidents and make drivers more aware of the dangers of fatigued driving.  Risks of aggressive driving behavior.  Difference between "road rage" and other aggressive driving incidents. No
  • 66.  Proper responses to an aggressive driver. 224 Driver Safety: Defensive Driving This is the fourth of six courses that review driver safety. From this module, workers should become more aware of basic defensive driving tips especially in specific situations. 30 min Objectives Basic Defensive Driving Tips Avoiding Rear-end Collisions Backing Safety Avoiding Deer-Vehicle Crashes Driving Safely in Inclement Weather Railroad Crossing Safety Seat Belt Safety Conclusion After completing this module, you should be more aware of:  Basic defensive driving tips.  Techniques for avoiding rear-end collisions.  Tips for backing up safely.  Techniques for avoiding vehicle-deer crashes.  Steps for driving in inclement weather.  Safe approach and crossing of railroad tracks.  Safe use of seat belts to prevent or reduce injuries in crashes. No 225 Driver Safety: A Program at Work This is the fifth of six courses that review driver safety. From this module, workers and supervisors should become more aware of the importance and elements of a Safe Driving Program at work. 30 min Objectives Introduction Safe Driving Program Elements ANSI/ASSE Z15.1 Conclusion After completing this module, you should be able to:  Recognize the annual cost to employers of motor vehicle crashes.  Identify the benefits of a safe driving program.  Identify the elements of a safe driving program.  Identify the components and requirements of the ANSI/ASSE Standard -- Safe Practices for Motor Vehicle Operations. No 226 Driver Safety: Commercial Regulations This is the last of six courses that review driver safety. From this module, workers should become more aware of some of the DOT regulations for commercial vehicles. 30 min Objectives Basics Hours of Service Regulations Driver Security Awareness Hazardous Materials Conclusion After completing this module, you should be able to:  Identify the criteria for determining a commercial motor vehicle.  Recognize the qualifications for a commercial driver’s license.  Identify the components of a pre-trip or post post-trip inspection.  Identify securement rules to prevent rolling or shifting of materials.  Define the different hours of service rules and the requirements for local drivers  Recognize security awareness issues at No
  • 67.    the shipper, en route and at the final destination. Recognize when placards are required for transporting hazardous materials. Identify the sections and related content of the Emergency Response Guidebook. Define materials of trade and their transport limitations. 227 Process Hazard Analysis After completing this module, the worker should be more aware of the OSHA requirements for a PHA and methods for developing one. 30 min Objectives Background Basics Methods Implementation Conclusion After completing this module, you should know more about:  Reasons for and definition of a Process Hazard Analysis.  OSHA's requirements for a Process Hazard Analysis.  Methods used to create a Process Hazard Analysis. No 228 Hard Hat Safety After completing this module, the worker should be more aware of the history, inspection, and maintenance of hard hats. 30 min Objectives History Basic Information Inspection and Maintenance Tips Conclusion After completing this module, you should be more aware of:  History of hard hats.  Importance of inspecting your hat.  Importance of maintaining your hat.  General safety tips for your hat’s use. No 229 Lab Fume Hoods After completing this module, lab workers should be more aware of safe practices and appropriate equipment when using hoods in the lab. 30 min Introduction Types Design Use Conclusion After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  Different types of fume hoods.  Special design considerations.  Proper use guidelines for safety. No 230 Industrial Compressed Air Systems This module is designed to increase the worker’s basic knowledge of industrial compressed air systems. 30 min Introduction Parts Types Uses Maintenance and Safety Conclusion After completing this module, the worker should be more aware of:  Basic parts of air compressor system.  Types of air compressors.  Uses of air compressors.  Appropriate maintenance and safety measures to use with air compressors. No 231 Materials Handling and Storage This module is designed to increase workers' awareness of safety hazards when moving, 30 min Introduction Moving Materials Storing and Stacking After completing this module, the worker should be more aware of:  Potential hazards associated with the No
  • 68. stacking, and storing materials either manually or mechanically. Cranes Cranes and Slings PIT Safety Basic Safety Conclusion   moving, stacking, and storing of materials. Accidents that may result from the unsafe or improper handling of equipment as well as from improper work practices while handling materials. Methods for eliminating -- or at least minimizing -- the occurrence of such accidents. 232 Cranes & Derricks: Subpart CC Rule Changes This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of changes to OSHA rules about cranes and derricks, effective November 2010. 30 min Equipment Affected Ground Conditions Assembly / Disassembly Power Lines Operator Qualification Signal Person Inspections Operations Hazards Safety Devices Tower Cranes State Plan States After completing this module, the worker should be more aware of:  Specific changes in OSHA’s rules relating to cranes and derricks.  Effective date of those changes. No 233 Traveling Overseas with Electronic Devices This module is designed to provide workers who may travel for business overseas with some basic information about security issues and tips for their electronic devices. 30 min Introduction Risks of Use You Should Know Before You Travel While You’re Away When You Return After completing this module, the worker should be more aware of:  Cell phone and PDA devices in use today.  Threats and technology risks associated with the use of these devices.  Available safeguards to mitigate the risks. No 234 GHS - Globally Harmonized System This module is designed to allow the worker to become familiar with the new OSHA HazCom Standard that will incorporate elements of the new Globally Harmonized System. 30 min Objectives Introduction Benefits Hazards Mixtures Labels Safety Data Sheets Confidential Business Information After completing this training module, the worker should be more aware of the:  Reasons for and benefits of the GHS.  How the GHS will affect the classification of health, physical and environmental hazards in chemicals.  Changes in labeling for hazardous chemicals that will occur.  Changes in safety data sheets that will occur. No
  • 69. 235 Safe Tank Entry (When Entering Aboveground Storage Tanks) This module is designed to provide the worker with an overview of hazards and safety tips relating to entry into aboveground storage tanks. 30 min 236 Five Minute Safety: Handwashing Quick review of the importance of correct handwashing in the workplace. 237 Five Minute Safety: Downed Electrical Lines 238 239 Introduction Safety Concerns Good Practices Do and Do Not Conclusion After completing this training module, the worker should know more about :  Definition of a confined space.  Definition of a permit required confined space.  Why entry into tanks is a dangerous situation.  Safety measures to follow when working inside tanks.  Where to look for specific rules governing tank (confined space) entry No 5 min Introduction Why Handwashing is Needed Proper Technique for Handwashing These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided through the OSHA and CMAA Alliance. No Quick review of safety tips when moving or working around downed electrical lines. 5 min Introduction Backfeed Rules to Live By These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided through the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA). No Five Minute Safety: Fall Prevention for Aboveground Storage Tanks Quick review of safety tips for preventing falls when working on aboveground storage tanks. 5 min What is Fall Prevention? Priorities and Hazards Good Practices for Climbing Do and Don’t Items These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided through the OSHA-NFPA-API Safe Tank Alliance. No U.S. Export Control Law, An Introduction to This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of agencies, definitions, and penalties related to the exporting of controlled items. Case examples are included. Introduction Controls Penalties Conclusion After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  Government's efforts to prohibit exports of items that could be used in terrorism.  Work of the Bureau of Industry and Security (BIS).  Importance of the Export Administration Regulations (EAR).  Potential penalties for violations of the regulations. No 30 min
  • 70. 240 Five Minute Safety: Disposable Respirators Quick photo review of the safe steps for putting on and taking off a disposable respirator. 5 min Putting One On Taking One Off These are reviews of important practices to keep you and your fellow employees safe from hazards. Information comes from resources provided through the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). No 241 CSA 2010: Compliance, Safety, Accountability for CMV Drivers This module is designed to increase drivers' awareness of the new safety regulations mandated through the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. 30 min Introduction Key Features Current Status FAQ Just the Facts Conclusion After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  Reasons for the development of CSA 2010.  Major features of the CSA initiative.  How CSA will affect drivers.  Questions asked about the program. No 242 CSA 2010: Compliance, Safety, Accountability for CMV Carriers This module is designed to increase carriers’ awareness of the new safety regulations mandated through the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration. 30 min Introduction Key Features Current Status FAQ Just the Facts Conclusion After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  Reasons for the development of CSA 2010.  Major features of the CSA initiative.  How CSA will affect carriers.  Questions asked about the program. No 243 Dirty Bomb This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness about the characteristics and dangers of the dirty bomb, also known as an RDD (radiological dispersal device). 30 min Objectives What Is An RDD? Characteristics of An RDD Incident RDD Radioactivity Basics Controlling Hazards During a Dirty Bomb Response Hazards Faced by Responders Conclusion After completing this module, you should know more about the:  Definition of an RDD or dirty bomb.  Potential for its use in terrorist activities.  Characteristics of an RDD incident.  Radioactivity basics of an RDD.  Ways to control the hazards of an RDD incident.  Specific hazards responders to such an event will face. No 244 Industrial Robots This module is designed to increase the worker’s awareness of robot types and safety concerns to address when using robots. 30 min Introduction Types and Classification of Robots Robot Programming Hazards Investigation Guidelines Control and Safeguarding Personnel Conclusion After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  A definition for robots.  Types and classification of robots.  Hazards when using robots.  Guidelines for choosing and installing robots.  Safety practices for workers who use No
  • 71. robots. 245 Welding Safety This module is designed to increase the worker’s awareness of health and safety hazards faced by welders and some of 30 min the OSHA regulations that can help reduce those hazards. 30 min Introduction Health Hazards Safety Hazards Reducing the Hazards of Welding OSHA’s Welding Standard New Welding Technologies Conclusion After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  Health hazards faced by welders.  Safety hazards faced by welders.  How to reduce the hazards of welding.  OSHA standards that apply to welding.  Some new welding technologies. No 246 Tornado Safety This module is designed to increase the worker’s awareness of safety issues relating to tornadoes that he should review with his family and at his job site. 30 min Introduction Taking Shelter After a Tornado Preparing for a Tornado Conclusion After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  Signs of a tornado approaching.  Types of shelters to seek when in the path of a tornado.  Safety issues in the immediate aftermath of a tornado strike.  Preparations you can make before a tornado strike. No 247 An Introduction to Electrostatic Discharge This module is designed to increase the awareness of the employer or worker relating to the causes of electrostatic discharge (ESD), practices that can reduce the damage caused by ESD, and the need for training and auditing procedures to establish control of ESD. 45 min Introduction Basic Principles of Static Control Basic ESD Control Procedures and Materials An Effective Training and Audit Program Conclusion After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  Causes of electrostatic discharge.  Basic principles of static control.  Basic ESD control procedures and materials.  Need for effective training to control ESD.  Need for audits to check the effectiveness of an ESD control program. No 248 UV Radiation This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of the hazards of exposure to the sun's UV rays and precautions to take to avoid over-exposure. 30 min Introduction Risks Precautions Conclusion After completing this module, you should be more aware of:  Source of UV radiation that can affect you.  Risks to your health from exposure to UV radiation.  Precautions to take to avoid overexposure to the sun’s UV radiation. No
  • 72. 249 Sulfuric Acid This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of the health hazards from exposure to sulfuric acid materials. 30 min Introduction After completing this module, you should be Properties more aware of: Industrial Uses  Properties of sulfuric acid. Health Hazard Information  Hazards to your health when using Personal Protective sulfuric acid. Equipment  Safety tips for handling sulfuric acid in Emergency Response the workplace. Handling and Storage Tips Spill, Leak and Disposal Procedures Conclusion No 250 Texting and Driving It Can Wait (video) This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of the dangers of texting while driving through viewing a video produced by AT&T. 30 min Introduction Video After completing this module, you should be more aware of:  True-life stories revealed by individuals whose lives have been affected by texting while driving.  Effects this safety hazard could have upon your life if you text while driving. No 251 Combustible Dust Dangers (video) This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of the causes of combustible dust explosions, methods of prevention, and the development of an OSHA standard for combustible dust. 30 min Background Part One Part Two Part Three Conclusion After completing this module, you should be more aware of:  Dangers of combustible dust accumulation in the workplace.  Development of a new Combustible Dust Standard by OSHA.  Work practices and guidelines that reduce the potential for a combustible dust explosion.  Importance of training to protect employees from these hazards. No 252 Seven Key Lessons to Prevent Worker Deaths During Hot Work In and Around Tanks This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of the risks during hot work around tanks through examining specific incidents and recommendations for greater safety that arose from those incidents. 30 min Introduction Seven Key Lessons Accidents Conclusion After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  Risks while doing hot work around tanks.  Recommendations to increase your safety while doing hot work around tanks. No 253 Chlorine This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of the uses, properties, hazards, 30 min Introduction Properties Health Hazards After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  Uses of chlorine. No
  • 73. and safety tips for chlorine. Controls Conclusion    Properties of chlorine. Hazards in handling chlorine. Controls to use for safer handling of chlorine. 254 Oil Spill Response Techniques This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of the types of oil spill recovery equipment and other methods of recovery used when oil spills occur. 30 min Introduction Mechanical Containment Chemical and Biological Methods Conclusion After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  Types of oil spill recovery equipment.  Other methods of recovery used when oil spills occur. No 255 Response to Chemical Spills This module is designed to give the worker an overview of hazardous chemical spills and discuss some of the software used by emergency responders and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Office of Response and Restoration (OR&R) scientists to assess spills and protect the public. 30 min Introduction CAMEO Software Suite CAMEO Chemicals Module CAMEO Aloha and Marplot Modules CAMEO Worksheet for Reactivity Hazards Conclusion After completing this training module, you should be more aware of:  Problems with hazardous chemical spills.  Software used by emergency responders and National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) Office of Response and Restoration (OR&R) scientists to assess spills and protect the public. No 256 Anhydrous Ammonia - Properties and Transport This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of the properties, health effects of exposure, and handling considerations relating to anhydrous ammonia. 30 min Introduction Properties Health Issues Response Considerations Transport Equipment Transport Safety Conclusion After completing this training module, you should have a greater understanding of:  Physical and chemical properties of anhydrous ammonia.  Health effects of exposure to anhydrous ammonia.  Basic first aid measures for victims of exposure.  Basic response decisions and considerations for handling an anhydrous ammonia incident. No 257 Oils: An Introduction This module is designed to increase the worker's general knowledge of types of oils. 30 min Introduction Petroleum Oils Non-petroleum Oils Oil Spills Conclusion After completing this training module, you should an introduction to:  Properties and uses of petroleum oils and non-petroleum oils.  Hazards of oil spills, including their requirements and problems. No 258 OSHA Focus Four This module is designed to 30 Introduction After completing this training module about No
  • 74. Hazards: Struck-By increase the worker's awareness of one of the Focus Four group of hazards as determined by OSHA. Workers will be reviewed over the types of hazards, how they can protect themselves, and the responsibilities of their employers to alleviate such hazards. min What Is a Struck-By Hazard? Struck By Flying Object Struck-By Falling Object Struck-By Swinging Object Struck-By Rolling Object How Can You Protect Yourself? What Is Your Employer Required to Do to Protect Workers from Struck-By Hazards? Review Conclusion the (Focus Four) Struck-By Hazards, you should be able to:  Identify common struck-by hazards.  Describe types of struck-by hazards.  Protect yourself from such hazards.  Recognize employer requirements to protect workers from such hazards. 259 OSHA Focus Four Hazards: Caught-in or -Between This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of one of the Focus Four group of hazards as determined by OSHA. Workers will be reviewed over the types of hazards, how they can protect themselves, and the responsibilities of their employers to alleviate such hazards. 30 min Introduction What Is a Caught-in or – Between Hazards? Common Types of Caughtin or –Between Hazards How Can You Protect Yourself? What Is Your Employer Required to Do to Protect Workers from Caught-in or –Between Hazards? Review Conclusion After completing this training module about the (Focus Four) Caught-In or -Between Hazards, you should be able to:  Identify common caught-in or between hazards.  Protect yourself from such hazards.  Recognize employer requirements to protect workers from such hazards. No 260 OSHA Focus Four Hazards: Electrocution This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of one of the Focus Four group of hazards as determined by OSHA. Workers will be reviewed over the types of hazards, how they can protect themselves, and the responsibilities of their employers to alleviate such hazards. 30 min Introduction What Is an Electrocution Hazard? Common Types of Electrocution Hazards How Can You Protect Yourself? What Is Your Employer Required to Do to Protect Workers from Electrocution Hazards? Review Conclusion After completing this training module about the (Focus Four) Electrocution Hazards, you should be able to:  Identify common electrocution hazards.  Describe types of electrocution hazards.  Protect yourself from such hazards.  Recognize employer requirements to protect workers from such hazards. No
  • 75. 261 OSHA Focus Four Hazards: Falls This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of one of the Focus Four group of hazards as determined by OSHA. Workers will be reviewed over the types of hazards, how they can protect themselves, and the responsibilities of their employers to alleviate such hazards. 30 min Introduction What Is a Fall Hazard? Major Types of Fall Hazards How Can You Protect Yourself? What Is Your Employer Required to Do to Protect Workers from Fall Hazards? Review Conclusion After completing this training module about the (Focus Four) Fall Hazards, you should be able to:  Identify common fall hazards.  Describe types of fall hazards.  Protect yourself from such hazards.  Recognize employer requirements to protect workers from such hazards. No 262 OSHA Ten Const: Cranes This module is designed to give the worker an overview of an OSHA 10 hour course portion relating to crane safety and requirements. 30 min Introduction Objectives Basic Training Conclusion After completing this training module, you should be more aware of hazard identification, avoidance, and control. No 263 OSHA Ten Const: Electrical Safety This module is designed to give the worker an overview of an OSHA 10 hour course portion relating to electrical safety and requirements. 30 min Introduction Objectives Basic Training Conclusion After completing this training module, you should be more aware of hazard identification, avoidance, and control. No 264 OSHA Ten Const: Excavations This module is designed to give the worker an overview of an OSHA 10 hour course portion relating to excavation safety and requirements. 30 min Introduction Objectives Basic Training Conclusion After completing this training module, you should be more aware of hazard identification, avoidance, and control. No 265 OSHA Ten Const: Fall Protection This module is designed to give the worker an overview of an OSHA 10 hour course portion relating to fall protection safety and requirements. 30 min Introduction Objectives Basic Training Conclusion After completing this module, you should be more aware of  Working conditions that prompt use of fall protection for construction workers.  At least four methods of fall protection available for protecting workers. No 266 OSHA Ten Const: Introduction to OSHA This module is designed to give the worker an overview of an OSHA 10 hour course portion 30 min Introduction/Objectives Employee Rights Employer Responsibilities After completing this training module, you should know more about:  Importance of OSHA to you. No
  • 76. that is an introduction to OSHA, including its history, purpose, and assistance to workers. OSHA Standards Inspections Assistance Complaints Conclusion      Rights you have under OSHA. Responsibilities of your employer under OSHA. Standards of OSHA. How OSHA inspections are conducted. Where/how you can receive assistance in these areas. 267 OSHA Ten Const: Materials Handling, Storage, Use and Disposal This module is designed to give the worker an overview of an OSHA 10 hour course portion relating to materials handling safety and requirements. 30 min Introduction Objectives Basic Training Conclusion After completing this module, you should be more aware of hazards to avoid and safety tips for preventing injuries at your worksite. No 268 OSHA Ten Const: PPE This module is designed to give the worker an overview of an OSHA 10 hour course portion relating to PPE safety and requirements. 30 min Introduction Objectives Basic Training Conclusion After completing this module, you should be more aware of how to increase your safety by using the appropriate personal protection equipment (PPE). No 269 OSHA Ten Const: Scaffolds This module is designed to give the worker an overview of an OSHA 10 hour course portion relating to scaffold safety and requirements. 30 min Introduction Objectives Basic Training Conclusion After completing this module, you should be more aware of how to increase your safety when working on or around a scaffold. No 270 OSHA Ten Const: Stairways and Ladders This module is designed to give the worker an overview of an OSHA 10 hour course portion relating to stairway and ladder safety and requirements. 30 min Introduction Objectives Basic Training Conclusion After completing this module, you should be able to list or describe:  Safety guidelines and requirements for stairways used at a construction site.  Safe practices and requirements for ladders used at a construction site. No 271 OSHA Ten Const: Tools - Hand and Power This module is designed to give the worker an overview of an OSHA 10 hour course portion relating to power and hand tool safety and requirements. 30 min Introduction Objectives Basic Training Conclusion After completing this module, you should be more aware of how to increase your safety when using hand and power tools. No 272 Arc Flash (video) This module is designed to increase the awareness of the worker about the causes, results, and useful safety 30 min Introduction Incidents Important Points Results of an Arc Flash After completing this module, you should be more aware of:  Definition and causes of an arc flash incident. No
  • 77. measures for the arch flash hazard when working with electricity. Accident Safety Measures Conclusion   Results of an arc flash incident. Ways to decrease the risks of an arch flash accident. 273 HazCom Standard Revisions 2012 This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of the basic changes to the original Hazard Communication Standard and the requirements for implementing those changes. 30 min Introduction Changes Implementation Classification Labels Conclusion After completing this module, you should be more aware of changes to the original Hazard Communication Standard, especially chemical classification, labels, and safety data sheets; and the requirements for implementing those changes. No 274 HazCom Safety Data Sheets This module is designed to help the worker become more familiar with the format and understand the contents of the SDS as included in the HazCom Standard revised in 2012. 30 min Introduction Sections Responsibility Conclusion After completing this module, you should be more familiar with the format and understand the contents of the SDS. No 275 Silica - Exposure During Hydraulic Fracturing This module is designed to help the worker become more aware of the dangers of respirable silica dust used in hydraulic fracturing in some petroleum drilling operations. 30 min Introduction Silica Exposure Health Hazards of Silica Safety Measures Other Hazards Worker Rights Conclusion After completing this module, you should be more aware of:  Health effects of breathing silica associated with hydraulic fracturing.  Ways to protect themselves during this work.  How OSHA and NIOSH can help. No 276 Hot Work Permit This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of the importance of a Hot Work Permit to affect safety during Hot Work operations. 30 min Definition Applications Locations Standards The Permit Conclusion After completing this module, you should be more aware of the importance of a Hot Work Permit to be used during Hot Work operations at your work site. No 277 DOT HazMat Training Modules: Introduction This set of modules developed by the DOT Office of Hazardous Materials Safety meet the requirements for General Awareness Training as prescribed in Title 49 CFE, Part 172, Subpart H. This module introduces the set of 10 modules. Each of these modules 30 min or longer Objectives and Introduction Content and Testing for the Hazardous Materials Transportation Training Modules After completing this module, you should know more about the handling of hazardous materials and the regulations affecting your safety. You should be able to:  Define the term “hazardous materials.”  Navigate through the Hazardous Materials Regulations, to locate given sections of the HMR. No
  • 78. emphasizes training in reading and using various important tables needed for knowing how to handle hazardous materials.  Summarize who must comply with the Hazardous Materials Regulations, which packages and containers the HMR apply to, what training is required, and what the possible penalties are for violating the HMR. 278 DOT HazMat Module 1: HazMat Tables This is the second in a set of modules developed by the DOT Office of Hazardous Materials Safety meet the requirements for General Awareness Training as prescribed in Title 49 CFE, Part 172, Subpart H. This module is specific to the use of the Hazardous Materials Tables in the regulation. 30 min or longer Objectives and Introduction HazMat Table Columns 1 thru 5 Basic Description HazMat Table Columns 6 thru 10 Consideration of the Categories, Quantities, Shipping Names, and Nature of Hazardous Materials Marine Pollutants After completing this module, you should know more about hazardous materials tables and the regulations affecting your safety. You should be able to:  Identify information about a particular hazardous material and special provisions from the Hazardous Materials Table.  Apply your understanding of the Hazardous Materials Table to identify the proper shipping name for a hazardous material and the basic description for a shipment of that hazardous material.  Define a hazardous substance and indicate the reportable quantities of that hazardous substance from the information provided in Table 1 and Table 2 to Appendix A of the Hazardous Materials Table.  Identify marine pollutants and severe marine pollutants using Appendix B of the Hazardous Materials Table. No 279 DOT HazMat Module 2: Shipping Papers This is the third in the set of modules developed by the DOT Office of Hazardous Materials Safety meet the requirements for General Awareness Training as prescribed in Title 49 CFE, Part 172, Subpart H. This module is specific to the regulations relating to shipping papers. 30 min or longer Objectives and Introduction Definition and Basic Rules of Shipping Papers General Preparation of Shipping Papers Shipping Description of the Hazardous Material Additional Description Requirements Shipper’s Certification After completing this module, you should know more about to the regulations relating to shipping papers. You should be able to:  Identify the term “shipping papers” as it relates to hazardous materials and describe the information that must be included on them.  Describe additional information entries needed for DOT Special Permits, limited quantities, hazardous substances, hazardous wastes, radioactive materials, and empty packagings. No
  • 79.       Describe additional entries required for hazardous material shipments by air, rail, highway, and water. Determine when technical names or other special additional entries are required to properly handle and transport hazardous materials. Describe the guidelines related to the emergency response telephone number. Compare the shipper’s certification requirements for domestic, international, and air shipments. Identify additional documentation required for hazardous waste shipments. Identify record retention requirements for shipping papers relating to hazardous materials. 280 DOT HazMat Module 3: Marking and Labeling This is the fourth in the set of modules developed by the DOT Office of Hazardous Materials Safety meet the requirements for General Awareness Training as prescribed in Title 49 CFE, Part 172, Subpart H. This module is specific to the regulations relating to marking and labeling of hazardous materials. 30 min or longer Objectives and Introduction Marking Requirements for Non-Bulk Packagings Exceptions and Additions General Marking Requirements for Bulk Packagings Exceptions and Additions Bulk Packaging Types Identification Numbers Labeling Label Placement Label Requirements Types of Labels After completing this module, you should know more about the regulations relating to marking and labeling of hazardous materials. You should be able to:  Apply the requirements for marking hazardous materials packages, freight containers, and/or transportation vehicles and any exceptions to these requirements.  Apply the requirements for labeling hazardous materials packages, overpacks, and freight containers and any exceptions to these requirements.  Identify special types of labeling that might be required for international shipments, water shipments, and air shipments. No 281 DOT HazMat Module 4: Placarding This is the fifth in the set of modules developed by the DOT Office of Hazardous Materials Safety meet the requirements for General Awareness Training as prescribed in Title 49 CFE, 30 min or longer Objectives and Introduction General Placarding Requirements and Exceptions Placarding Table 2 After completing this module, you should know more about the regulations relating to the placarding of hazardous materials. You should be able to:  Identify the requirements for placarding, and any exceptions or No
  • 80. Part 172, Subpart H. This module is specific to the regulations relating to the placarding of hazardous materials. Placarding for Certain Types of Hazards Providing and Affixing Placards Specifications for Placards Placards for Specific Classes of Hazards   modifications allowed with these requirements. Examine the two placarding tables in 172.504(e) to determine placarding requirements. Identify the requirements for placard placement, visibility, and design. 282 DOT HazMat Module 5: Packaging This is the sixth in the set of modules developed by the DOT Office of Hazardous Materials Safety meet the requirements for General Awareness Training as prescribed in Title 49 CFE, Part 172, Subpart H. This module is specific to the regulations relating to the packaging of hazardous materials. 30 min or longer Objectives and Introduction Definitions Packaging Packaging Requirements DOD Packaging Packages and Overpacks After completing this module, you should know more about the regulations relating to the packaging of hazardous materials. You should be able to:  Define “packaging” according to the HMR.  Identify the shipper’s responsibility as it relates to hazardous materials packages and packaging, and any exceptions to these requirements.  Identify special types of packagings required for a variety of hazardous materials, including general and specific requirements and any exceptions.  Identify requirements and exceptions related to Limited Quantities, Agriculture Products, Materials of Trade, and Lab Packs.  Identify required methods for handling damaged or leaking HM packages.  Identify DOD packaging certification requirements.  Identify requirements for overpacks. No 283 DOT HazMat Module 6: Carrier Requirements Highway This is the seventh in the set of modules developed by the DOT Office of Hazardous Materials Safety meet the requirements for General Awareness Training as prescribed in Title 49 CFE, Part 172, Subpart H. This module is specific to the regulations relating carrier requirements for highway 30 min or longer Objectives and Introduction Carrier and Shipper Responsibilities Special Loading and Unloading Requirements Segregation Table Incidents After completing this module, you should know more about carrier requirements for highway transport of hazardous materials. You should be able to:  Identify requirements affecting the transportation of hazardous materials on public highways by private, common, and contract motor carriers including vehicles not in motion.  Describe information found in the No
  • 81. transport of hazardous materials.      284 DOT HazMat Module 7: Carrier Requirements - Air This is the eighth in the set of modules developed by the DOT Office of Hazardous Materials Safety meet the requirements for General Awareness Training as prescribed in Title 49 CFE, Part 172, Subpart H. This module is specific to the regulations relating to carrier requirements for aircraft transport of hazardous materials. 30 min or longer Objectives and Introduction Subparts A, B, and C Training Requirements Shipper and Carrier Responsibility Exceptions to Prohibitions Against Carrying Hazmat Definition of Common Terms Quantity Limitations Hazardous Materials Packaging Reporting Discrepancies Reportable Incidents Federal Motor Carrier Safety Regulations (FMCSR) as well as understand the differences among the FMCSR, the HMR, and state regulations. Identify shipping paper description and shipper certification requirements. Identify methods for handling damaged or leaking packages and tanks. Identify loading and unloading requirements for vehicles containing hazardous materials. Determine segregation requirements using the segregation table. Apply the incident reporting requires of 171.15-16. After completing this module, you should know more about carrier requirements for aircraft transport of hazardous materials. You should be able to:  Identify the DOT requirements for air transportation of hazardous materials, as set out in Subparts A, B, and C of Part 175.  Compare the uses of the guidelines found in Part 175 with those of the International Civil Aviation Organization’s (ICAO’s) Technical Instructions for the Safe Transport of Dangerous Goods by Air.  Distinguish between the responsibilities of the shipper and the air carrier.  State the notification guidelines for passengers, pilots, and facilities.  Identify the exceptions to the “Carrying of Hazmat in Cabins or on Flight Decks” regulation.  Define cargo aircraft, passenger aircraft, forbidden, and magnetic field.  Evaluate the packaging requirements No
  • 82.  for air transportation. Identify quantity limitations and exceptions, loading and unloading, and storage guidelines for air transportation. Identify guidelines related to completing a discrepancy report, identify reporting guidelines. 285 DOT HazMat Module 8: Carrier Requirements - Rail This is the ninth in the set of modules developed by the DOT Office of Hazardous Materials Safety meet the requirements for General Awareness Training as prescribed in Title 49 CFE, Part 172, Subpart H. This module is specific to the regulations relating to carrier requirements for rail car transport of hazardous materials. 30 min or longer Objectives and Introduction Hazardous Material Segregation Loading and Unloading Hazardous Materials Definition of a Train Documentation Markings and Placards Handling Restrictions Placard Group Table Train Placement Restrictions Industry Restrictions Incident/Accident Reporting After completing this module, you should know more about carrier requirements for rail car transport of hazardous materials. You should be able to:  Compare the general operating requirements for DOT and the general railroad industry along with the exceptions for the transportation of hazardous materials by rail.  Use the Segregation Table for Hazardous Materials for rail transport.  Identify the documentation needed for rail cars within a train containing hazardous materials.  Illustrate the proper positioning of placarded cars in a train using the Placard Group Table.  Discuss rail industry restrictions as they relate to the transportation of hazardous materials, to include speeds, routes, and inspections.  Identify incident/accident reporting requirements. No 286 DOT HazMat Module 9: Carrier Requirements Water This is the tenth in the set of modules developed by the DOT Office of Hazardous Materials Safety meet the requirements for General Awareness Training as prescribed in Title 49 CFE, Part 172, Subpart H. This module is specific to the regulations relating to carrier requirements for water transport of hazardous Or longer Objectives and Introduction Subpart B – General Operating Requirements Subpart C – General Handling and Stowage Subpart D – General Segregation Requirements Segregation Table Definitions After completing this module, you should know more about carrier requirements for water transport of hazardous materials. You should be able to:  Summarize general operating requirements, as well as general handling, stowage, and segregation requirements for transporting hazardous materials by commercial vessels.  Define special requirements for transport vehicles and barges. No
  • 83. Segregation Tables for Freight Containers and Transport Units Subparts E, F and G Requirements Relating to Explosives Precautions During Loading and Unloading Transport and Special Handling Requirements for Explosives in Port Subparts J, L, and O Reportable Incidents materials.    Recognize segregation requirements for specific classes of hazardous materials and highlight any exceptions to those requirements. Compare the uses of the International Maritime Dangerous Goods Code for similarities to and differences from the uses of the hazardous materials regulations (HMR). Identify and apply the incident reporting requirements in 49 CFR. 287 Five Minute Safety: Aerial Lifts (animation) Quick review of safety tips for using aerial lifts. 5 min Introduction A Problem Can Be Catastrophic Before You Use the Lift A World of Bad Ideas Conclusion After completing this module, you should be reminded of the hazards and safety features when using aerial lifts. Yes 288 Five Minute Safety: Fall Protection Harness (animation) Quick review of safety tips for using a fall protection harness. 5 min Introduction Personal Fall Arrest System To Stop a Fatal Fall It’s Not Over When the Fall Stops After completing this module, you should be reminded of the hazards and safety features when using a fall protection harness. Yes 289 Five Minute Safety: Flu Awareness (animation) Quick review of safety tips for preventing flu illness. 5 min Seasonal Flu How Does the Flu Spread? Can the Flu Be Treated? Antiviral Drugs What Are Some Preventive Actions? Conclusion After completing this module, you should be reminded of the need for getting a flu shot each year. Yes 290 Five Minute Safety: Hand-Arm Vibration (animation) Quick review of safety tips for protecting your hands and arms from vibrating tools. 5 min Introduction There Is a Consequence HAVS What Are the Signs? Risk Factors Protective Gear Reduce Your Exposure Conclusion After completing this module, you should be reminded of the hazards and safety tips for using vibrating tools. Yes
  • 84. 291 Five Minute Safety: Nail Guns (animation) Quick review of safety tips for using nail guns. 5 min What’s the Problem? How Most Nail Gun Injuries Happen About Nail Guns How to Prevent Injury Why It’s Important What’s the Risk? Conclusion After completing this module, you should be reminded of the hazards and safety tips for using nail guns. Yes 292 Five Minute Safety: Trench Danger (animation) Quick review of safety tips for protecting your life when working in trenches. 5 min Am I in Danger? How Can a Trench Kill Me? Before You Go In Trench Safety Chart Conclusion After completing this module, you should be reminded of the hazards and safety tips for working in trenches. Yes 293 Five Minute Safety: Welding Fumes and Gases (animation) Quick review of safety tips for protecting yourself from dangerous welding fumes and gases. 5 min Introduction Before You Start What You Should Know Conclusion After completing this module, you should be reminded of the hazards and safety tips for welding fumes and gases. Yes 294 Five Minute Safety: Heat Stress (animation) Quick review of safety tips for protecting your body from heat stress illnesses. 5 min Introduction There Is a Consequence Heat Illnesses Heat Stroke Heat Exhaustion Heat Cramps and Rash Good Work Practices Protect Yourself Conclusion After completing this module, you should be reminded of the hazards and safety tips for working in extremely hot temperatures. Yes 295 Five Minute Safety: Excavator Hand Signals, a Review (animation) Quick review of some hand signals used with excavating equipment. 5 min A short non-graded quiz based on illustrations of various hand signals After completing this module, you should be reminded of the hand signals used with excavating equipment. No 296 Five Minute Safety: GFCI (animation) Quick review of safety tips for protecting your life when working with electricity. 5 min Introduction The Risk The Protection OSHA Says What Should You Do If Someone Is Shocked? Conclusion After completing this module, you should be reminded of the use of a GFCI to improve your safety while working with electrical equipment. Yes
  • 85. 297 Five Minute Safety: Hand Protection (animation) Quick review of safety tips for protecting your hands from chemical exposure. 5 min Introduction Glove Selection Hand Care After completing this module, you should be reminded of the need to use the appropriate gloves when handling chemicals. Yes 298 Five Minute Safety: Lightning Safety (animation) Quick review of safety tips for avoiding a lightning strike. 5 min Introduction Ways Lightning Can Kill Protection During Lightning Storms When to Act Lightning Caused Hazards First Aid Conclusion After completing this module, you should be reminded of dangers and protective measures associated with lightning storms. Yes 299 Five Minute Safety: Silica (animation) Quick review of safety tips for protecting your lungs when working in silica dust. 5 min Are You in Danger? Why It’s Deadly Protect Yourself Conclusion After completing this module, you should be reminded of ways to protect your lungs when working in silica dust. Yes 300 Five Minute Safety: Back Injuries (animation) Quick review of safety tips for preventing back injuries. 5 min Introduction Protect Yourself Apprentices Conclusion After completing this module, you should be reminded of ways to protect your back from injury when handling heavy loads and awkward materials. Yes 301 Five Minute Safety: Hearing Protection (animation) Quick review of safety tips for wearing hearing protection. 5 min Using Hearing Protection Properly Foam Ear Plugs Ear Muffs Your Responsibility Conclusion After completing this module, you should the correct way to wear ear plugs and the importance of additional protection from ear muffs. Yes 302 Five Minute Safety: Ladders (animation) Quick review of safety tips for using ladders. 5 min Introduction Electrocution Hazard To Avoid a Fall Conclusion After completing this module, you should be reminded of ways to be safer when using ladders on the job. Yes 303 Respirator Fit Testing (video) This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of the requirements and purpose for fit testing respirators used in the workplace. Objectives What Is Fit Testing and How Is It Done? What Changes Can Affect the Respirator Fit? Portability and Personal Respirators After completing this module, you should know why fit testing is needed and how it is done. Yes 30 min
  • 86. Conclusion 304 Respirator Maintenance and Care (video) This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of requirements for cleaning, inspecting, repairing, and storing respirators used in the workplace. 30 min Objectives Maintenance and Inspection Storage and Replacement Conclusion After completing this module, you should be reminded of the importance of a Respiratory Protection Plan that includes requirements for cleaning, inspecting, repairing, and storing the respirators you use on the job. Yes 305 Respirator Types (video) This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of the major types of respirators and OSHA requirements for their use. 30 min Objectives Introduction General Types Specific Types Filter Classifications Conclusion After completing this module, you should be aware of  Different types of respirators.  How to differentiate between them.  Conditions that require certain types of respirators. Yes 306 DHS Chemical Security Awareness (video) This training item provides selfguided instructions and recommended actions employees should take to maintain and improve security at their facility. 30 min Introduction After completing this module that consists of Security Risks at Your video clips and questions, you should be more Workplace aware of:  Importance of being aware of what’s What Can You Do? going on around you. How Should You Respond?  Broad areas of impact on your security in your workplace.  How you can increase security at your facility.  How you should respond to security risks. Yes 307 DHS Chemical Security Awareness_MTSA (video) This training item includes security training for employees of chemical facilities falling under the Maritime Transportation Security Act (MTSA), in addition to the same 31 slides as the DHS Chemical Security Awareness training. 60 min Introduction After completing this module that consists of Security Risks at Your video clips and questions, you should be more Workplace aware of: What Can You Do?  Importance of being aware of what’s How Should You Respond? going on around you. The Maritime  Broad areas of impact on your security Transportation Security in your workplace. Act  How you can increase security at your facility.  How you should respond to security risks.  Maritime Transportation Security Act requirements. Yes 308 Nitrogen This module is designed to 30 Objectives Yes After completing this module, you should
  • 87. Asphyxiation – Hazards of (video) increase the worker's awareness of the dangers of low oxygen levels and high nitrogen levels inside and near confined spaces. min Introduction The Incident CSB Recommendations Conclusion know      Danger of nitrogen asphyxiation. Importance of receiving and following your training for work in confined spaces. Necessity of using a self-contained breathing apparatus where there is the potential for gases in the atmosphere. That hazards can exist at the entrance to a confined space as well as inside the confined space. Necessity for accurate signage at a hazardous site, and the reason for a confined space permit. 309 Hot Work: Hidden Hazards (video) This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of the dangers of doing hot work near piping and tanks that may emit dangerous gases into the atmosphere. 30 min Objectives A Setting for Tragedy Investigation CSB Recommendations Conclusion After completing this module, you should be know  Ultimate hazard of hot work.  Importance of regular and specific process safety management review.  Importance of testing for hazardous gases outside AND inside tanks and piping that is near the site of hot work. Yes 310 Deadly Practices (video) This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness of the dangers of intentionally releasing natural gas into work areas. 30 min Objectives Purge Disaster Investigation Another Big Explosion CSB Recommendations Conclusion After completing this module, you should know  Dangers of purging piping.  Hazards of trying to manage gas blows with workers present.  Alternatives to using gas to purge air from piping and turbines. Yes 311 Ladder Safety - Don’t Fall for it (video) This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness when using ladders, especially as to inspection, set-up, and climbing. 30 min Objectives Introduction and Types Ladder Inspection Ladder Set-up Climbing a Ladder Conclusion After completing this module, you should be aware of  Choosing the right type of ladder for the job  Importance of inspecting a ladder before you use it  Way to set-up a ladder correctly. Safety tips for climbing a ladder. Yes 312 Nail Gun Safety This module is designed to increase the worker's awareness 30 The information is presented in a series of After completing this module, you should be more aware of safety procedures to use with Yes
  • 88. of the dangers associated with the use of nail guns. min cartoon images that were developed from NIOSH supported research. The images show a large variety of work situations while using nail guns. nail guns to prevent dangerous accidents.