New Health, Safety, & Environment Courses

RedVector is happy to announce three new Health, Safety & Environment (HSE) audio-driven courses comprising 1.5 hours of mobile-ready content!  These new mobile-ready versions use the same hallmark content, and now have a modern look and feel. The courses are all accredited by the Board of Certified Safety Professionals (BCSP).

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Driving Safety
As a professional, you are expected to be good at what you do. With regard to driving, this means striving to drive safely and accident-free. Each year, roughly 40,000 people lose their lives in motor vehicle accidents, which equates to about one fatal accident every 13 minutes. This interactive, online course is designed to help you avoid the devastating consequences that can result from a motor vehicle accident.

Respiratory Protection
If there is not sufficient oxygen in the air that you inhale, your body cannot continue to function. If the air contains particulates that are small enough to enter your lungs, tissues in your lungs and other parts of your body could be damaged. If the inhaled air contains toxic gases, the gases can react with body fluids and damage your blood, lungs, and other vital organs. In this interactive, online course, you examine air-purifying respirators, air-supplied respirators, and the use and care of respirators.

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Safe Forklift Operation
Forklifts must be operated properly or serious accidents and injuries can occur. An estimated 100 workers are killed each year in powered industrial truck accidents. This interactive, online course provides formal instruction in safe forklift operation. You will also need formal instruction in understanding forklifts and in making forklift safety checks. Before operating a forklift, you should also receive practical, hands-on training and be evaluated on how you operate your forklift in the workplace.

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