RedVector is happy to announce 8, .5-hour and 2, 1-hour Brazilian Portuguese safety courses. These 10 translated courses offer the same excellent safety content as their English counterparts. This content is based on U.S. safety standards and regulations.
How much training have you had to use, store, and maintain a ladder properly to prevent falls and injuries? Working on ladders is a necessary part of most jobs in construction, maritime, and general industry. However, the use and care of ladders are not always as easy as it appears for the worker. Training is necessary to know the tolerances of the ladder, its safety features, and how to use the ladder. There have been many reported deaths and serious injuries from improper ladder use such as falls, electrocutions, and slips. This interactive online course will give you the information needed to be aware of the hazards related to ladders and best practices for using ladders.
Prolonged exposure to asbestos can cause long-term health effects, even death. So what is asbestos? This interactive, online course covers asbestos awareness as part of your Health, Safety, and Environmental (HSE) training platform. Topics include asbestos awareness and health risks, company and personal responsibilities, and what to do if asbestos is found.
Do you know the best ways to prevent injuries associated with handling materials? Job tasks involving materials handling must be assessed to eliminate or minimize potential hazard exposure. Safe manual material handling is a continuous process that involves three reoccurring stages to be successful: Identification of the risks of all manual handling tasks, assessment of the likelihood of injury, and control of the risk through work design, use of appropriate mechanical aids, and the provision of training and information to supervisors and employees.
During the summer months, people working outdoors or hot warehouses are at an increased risk for heat-related illnesses. Heat-related illnesses can be very dangerous and may present themselves in many different forms. This course will identify the symptoms and complications of these types of illnesses, and discuss methods of treatment and prevention.
The U.S. worker is exposed to lead through a variety of occupational tasks and locations. When lead enters the body it creates an elevated blood lead level (BLL), which can affect the kidneys, liver, nervous system, and cause other damage. This interactive online course presents lead regulations you should know, as well as important information about exposure control and testing and lead abatement.
In 1977, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) identified a condition known as Legionella pneumophila, which is a waterborne disease responsible for 34 deaths at an American Legion convention in Philadelphia. This interactive online course presents the causes and risk factors for Legionella contamination and some of the problems associated with Legionella in water systems in commercial buildings. Other topics include the ANSI/ASHRAE 188-2015 Standard and testing methodology and frequency.
Why are safe task analyses and job hazard analyses important for employees? Employees sometimes move about their facility without fully understanding the hazards they may be exposed to. This interactive online course teaches the importance of having a safe plan in place that includes the type of equipment you wear, the kind of facility that you may be in, the hazards that are present—whether they be physical or chemical—or any additional hazard that may present itself.
What do office personnel need to know in order to stay safe at work? This interactive online course covers a composite of all things that office environment personnel should know. You will receive instruction in: safety culture, office safety, ergonomics, emergency procedures, bloodborne pathogens, requirements for safety programs, incident reporting policy, employer responsibilities, required education and training, electrical safety, and hazard communication.