Behavior-Based Training Programs

Unsafe behaviors and conditions that go unrecognized put workers at risk. Identify those hazards by encouraging healthy communication between management and employees to make sure the appropriate actions are taken to prevent injuries and deaths.

2.0-industries-image-1.jpg

Behavior Based Safety 4-Part Series

Behavior Based Safety: Key Components

Behavior Based Safety: Making the Right Decision

Behavior Based Safety: Start The Process

Behavior Based Safety: The Managers Role

Leadership Skills for Safety Capacity

Power to Change 2-part Series

Power to Change Employee Module

Power to Change Supervisor Module

Safety Awareness

Safe Behavior No Regrets

Safety Orientation: It Begins With You

Safety Teams

Workforce Hazard Recognition

Workplace Safety Observation Series 2-Part Series

Workplace Safety Observation: Implementation

Workplace Safety Observation: Preparation

Workplace Violence

Chemical Handling Training Programs

In the United States alone, over 650,000 chemicals in the workplace are classified as hazardous – and from their production to their use and transport, they pose a risk to workers and the environment. Ensure workers understand how to properly work with and around chemicals to prevent costly accidents with training created specifically for handling hazardous chemicals.

2.0-industries-image-1.jpg

Ammonia Safety

Benzene Safety

Decontamination: The Decontamination Zone

Formaldehyde

Hazard Communication: Erase the Mystery

Hazard Recognition: Out of the Ordinary

Hazardous Material Security

Hazardous Materials for Field Service: Materials of Trade

Hazardous Waste: Containing the Danger

Hexavalent Chromium

Hydrogen Sulfide

Lab Safety

Lead Safety: Keep out the Lead

Lead Safety: Uncovering the Dangers

Preventing Spills: Small Spill Prevention

Process Safety Management: Solving the Puzzle

Silica Safety Awareness

TSCA 2-Part Series

TSCA: Best Practices

TSCA: Compliance

Construction Training Programs

Construction workers engage in activities that expose them to serious hazards, such as falling from rooftops, unguarded machinery, being struck by heavy construction equipment, electrocutions, silica dust and asbestos. Ensure workers are trained and in compliance to avoid accidents and injuries at your site with construction-specific training.

2.0-industries-image-1.jpg

Bloodborne Pathogens

Cold Stress

Compressed Gas Cylinders

Confined Space Entry 2-Part Series

Confined Space Entry: Permit Required

Confined Spaces: Construction Site Safety

Construction Safety: Orientation

Construction: Awareness for Most Common Hazards

Contractor & Visitor Awareness

Contractor Safety

Crane Safety

Electrical Safety

Excavations

Fall Protection

Fire Prevention

Forklift Safety

Hand Safety

HAZWOPER

Hearing Conservation

Heat Stress

Hoists & Slings

OSHA 10- & 30-Hour for Construction

Ladder Safety

Lead Safety

NFPA 70E: Arc Flash and Arc Blast Protection

Driver Training Programs

Whether your employees drive for their job or simply commute to work every day, ensure that all types of drivers understand the importance of safety on the road with the goal of reducing the amount of vehicle accidents and driver injuries.

2.0-industries-image-1.jpg

Decision Driving

Distracted Driving: Forever & Ever

DOT Training 4-Part Series

DOT: Driver Logs

DOT: Driver Qualifications

DOT: Driver Wellness

DOT: Pre and Post Trip Inspection

DOT/CSA: Profiled in Safety

Driven Driver

Road Rage

Street Smart 2-Part Series

Street Smart: Driving Skills

Street Smart: Supervising Drivers

Winter Driving: Weather the Roads

Electrical Training Programs

Electrical accidents and injuries cost businesses millions of dollars and affect thousands of workers every year. Give your workers the comprehensive knowledge they need to remain free from the statistics by training them on proper electricity procedures and safe work practices.

2.0-industries-image-1.jpg

Electrical Safety 3-Part Series

Electrical Safety: What is Electricity

Electrical Safety: Safe Work Practices

Electrical Safety: Qualified Personnel

Electrical Safety: Controlling the Hazards

Electrical Safety: High Voltage 2-Part Series

Electrical Safety: High Voltage Awareness

Electrical Safety: High Voltage Safe Work Practices

Electrical Safety: Shockproof 2-Part Series

Electrical Safety: Shockproof – Qualified Employee

Electrical Safety: Shockproof – Unqualified Employees

Energized Electrical Work Permit

Lockout/Tagout 3-Part Series

Lockout/Tagout : Affected Employees

Lockout/Tagout : Authorized Employees

Lockout/Tagout : Awareness

Lockout/Tagout : Compliance

Lockout/Tagout : Procedure

NFPA 70E: Arc Flash and Arc Blast Protection

Static Electricity

Environmental Training Programs

Non-compliance with environmental regulations and standards can lead to heavy fines and poor publicity for your organization. Train workers the correct way to handle environmental factors and best safety practices to properly care for the environment.

2.0-industries-image-1.jpg

Air Emissions

Controlling Spills

Decontamination: The Decontamination Zone

Environmental Awareness

Environmental Management System

Hazardous Waste: Containing the Danger

Pipeline Safety

Prevention Spills: Small Spill Prevention

Process Safety Management: Solving the Puzzle

RCRA

Stormwater Management

Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA)

Ergonomics Training Programs

Work-related ergonomic accidents and injuries can cost employers and employees a lot of money in both factory and office environments. Identify potential risks, develop and implement an effective ergonomics program to reduce injuries and costs associated with ergonomic injuries.

2.0-industries-image-1.jpg

Back Injury Prevention: You’re In Control

Back Safety: Lift for Life

Back Safety: The Ergonomic Connection

Ergonomic Management 4-Part Series

Ergonomic Management: Ergonomics Overview

Ergonomic Management: Qualitative Analysis

Ergonomic Management: Job Hazard Analysis

Ergonomic Management: Administrative Controls

Ergonomics: Preventing MSDs 2-Part Series

Ergonomics: Preventing MSDs – Employees

Ergonomics: Preventing MSDs – Supervisor

Flex-N-Stretch 2-Part Series

Flex-N-Stretch 1: Facilitators & Team Leaders

Flex-N-Stretch 2: Employees

Muscle Strains & Sprains

Office Ergonomics

Food Safety Training Programs

Companies in the food industry have an important role in producing safe food, and therefore must meet several food safety standards. Help ensure that your facility and workers are trained and in compliance to be able to handle food safely, reducing chances for contamination by bacteria or other harmful substances.

2.0-industries-image-1.jpg

Bloodborne Pathogens

Food Safety & Sanitation

Site Security for Food Distribution

Healthcare Training Programs

Healthcare workers involved in direct patient care must take precautions to prevent serious safety and health issues, including back strain from lifting patients and equipment, exposure to radiation and caustic chemicals and exposure to infectious diseases like AIDS, tuberculosis and hepatitis.

2.0-industries-image-1.jpg

Accident Investigation for Healthcare

Bloodborne Pathogens for Healthcare

Lab Safety

Needlesticks: Avoiding Exposure

Patient Lifting & Transfer

Safety Orientation: It Begins with You

Slips, Trips and Falls

Heavy Manufacturing Equipment Training Programs

Heavy equipment is used by several industries for large projects such as building, construction, mining and metals processing. Ensure your employees working with or around such equipment understand the necessary precautions and best safety practices with proper training.

2.0-industries-image-1.jpg

Crane Safety

Ergonomics

Excavations

Forklift Safety

Hand Safety

Hearing Conservation

Ladder Safety

Lockout/Tagout

Machine Guard Awareness

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Power Press

Rigging Safety

Safe Behavior No Regrets

Scaffolding Safety

Slips, Trips and Falls

Welding Safety

Industrial Equipment Training Programs

Workplace injuries from equipment result in millions of disabling injuries every year, costing businesses money and lost workdays. Prepare workers safely operate industrial equipment to reduce accidents and incidents on the job.

2.0-industries-image-1.jpg

Crane Safety

Forklift Safety

Hand Safety

Hoists & Slings

Ladder Safety

Lockout/Tagout

Machine Guard Awareness

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Power Press

Rigging Safety

Managerial Training Programs

Office workers have training needs that are different from other occupations. Whether you are a payroll clerk or an office manager, get the training needed for a reliable, in-depth understanding of topics that affect you and your office environment.

2.0-industries-image-1.jpg

Drug Testing Awareness 2-Part Series

Drug Testing Awareness: Employee

Drug Testing Awareness: Supervisor

Office Ergonomics

Office Safety

Off-the-Job-Safety

Workers Compensation

Workplace Safety Observation 2-Part Series

Workplace Safety Observation: Implementation

Workplace Safety Observation: Preparation

Workplace Violence: Prevent the Threat

Personal Protection Training Programs

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is required for most jobs to minimize exposure to serious workplace injuries and illnesses, which may result from contact with chemical, radiological, physical, electrical, mechanical or other workplace hazards. Ensure your workers know what to wear and when depending on their job functions.

2.0-industries-image-1.jpg

Cold Stress

Eye Safety: Focused on Protection

Eye Safety: No Second Chances

Foot Protection

Hand Safety

Hearing Conservation

Heat Stress

PPE: Create the Barrier

PPE: The Danger Zone

PPE: Your Defensive Lines

Respiratory Safety

Utilities Training Programs

For companies in the utilities industry, there is a significant amount of infrastructure needed to provide power to the world, including gas, electricity, and water. Due to the nature of the work and the hazards the employees face, in their environment and in regard to the equipment, ensure workers are trained to take on high enforcement standards when it comes to workplace safety.

2.0-industries-image-1.jpg

Compressed Gas Cylinders

Electrical Safety

Energized Electrical Work Permit

Fire Prevention

Hazard Communication

HAZWOPER

Hexavalent Chromium

Lockout/Tagout Safety

NFPA 70E: Arc Flash and Arc Blast Protection

Pipeline Safety

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Site Security

Static Electricity

Over 300 courses covering more than 30 categories

Check out all our flexible, affordable workplace safety training for a range of industries, including construction, manufacturing, healthcare, hospitality and education.

DOWNLOAD COURSE CATALOG