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Incidental Chemical Spills: Prevention, Assessment and Clean-Up

This course is designed to train workers how to reduce and respond to the typical small chemical spills that often occur in factory settings. Topics include:

  • Preventing chemical spills
  • Storing chemical containers safely and appropriately
  • Assessing a spill to determine whether it is incidental or an emergency
  • Best practices for cleaning up an incidental spill, including alerting others, donning appropriate PPE and the steps involved in the cleanup process
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HIPPA Compliance: Protecting Medical Privacy

Addresses the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) of 1996, Public Law 104-191

This course trains office staff, insurance providers, billing personnel and others whose job tasks require access to health information how to protect the privacy of an individual’s medical information in accordance with the HIPAA regulation. Topics include:

  • What HIPAA is
  • Who HIPAA rules apply to
  • Types of information protected by HIPAA
  • Administrative requirements
  • Security and privacy requirements
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Summit Lockout/Tagout: Practices and Procedures

Addresses OSHA 29 CFR 1910.147

Lockout/Tagout is a process that isolates and controls the energy sources of a piece of equipment or machinery. This course teaches workers about the risks of working with hazardous energy and the importance of following correct Lockout/Tagout procedures.

Topics include:

  • What is hazardous energy
  • Appropriate locks and tags for hazardous energy control
  • How to safely lock and tag out equipment
  • Re-energizing equipment
  • Managing equipment that cannot be locked out
  • Best practices for multiple member teams, contractors, and multi-day or shift lockouts
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Silica Safety for Construction

Crystalline silica is a naturally occurring material that becomes dangerous when blasted, hammered, sanded, crushed or drilled because it turns into a fine dust. Over time, breathing silica dust, which is not always visible, can lead to serious illness.

The OSHA standard provides two options for how to control silica dust in the construction industry. Either the employer can determine which control methods work best at their jobsite, or Table 1 in the standard for pre-approved control methods can be consulted.

This program covers:

  • Respirable Crystalline Silica Hazards
  • The Silica Standard for Construction
  • Best Work Practice
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