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We offer a growing list of Occupational Safety and Health training and resources that can help your company comply with OSHA training guidelines and conform to ANSI/ASSE Z490.1-2009ANSI/AIHA Z10-2005, and CSA Z1000-06 standards. OSHAcademy courses and materials will also help your company achieve OSHA compliance, and SHARP / VPP certification.

Course 600Introduction to Occupational Safety and Health

Five modules. This course is designed to introduce fundamental safety concepts for new hire or existing employees. Every business or organization should provide safety and health training for their employees. This course emphasizes hazard identification, avoidance, and control. Subjects include: introduction to OSHA, employee rights, hazard identification and awareness, fall protection, basic ergonomics, electrical safety basics, hierarchy of hazard controls, personal protective equipment, and emergency action plans. Credit Hours: 4.0

"I feel this is an excellent tool. I can take my time and understand at the pace I need." Elisha S., USA

Course 700: Introduction to Safety Management

Eight modules. Many companies today maintain reactive safety and health management systems that frankly don't work. Learn how to develop an effective proactive safety management system using time-tested methods that have proven successful in all organizations. This course discusses eight critical elements of a successful profit center safety management system. Subjects include: top management commitment, labor and management accountability, maximizing employee involvement, effective communications, hazard identification and analysis, taking corrective actions, making system improvements, incident/accident investigation, and continuous safety improvement. Credit Hours: 6.0

" The courses are well presented, excellent and interesting with useful content. I found the course content easy to understand and your feedback after each module was excellent." Tom K., Canada

Course 701:Effective Safety Committees

Eight modules. Every company can benefit from an effective safety committee. Unfortunately, most safety committees do not understand their purpose or the role they play in assisting management to provide a safe and healthful workplace. This course helps the student understand his/her responsibilities as a safety committee member. It will help the safety committee chairperson successfully lead a safety committee. Includes Steve's One Minute Safety Sermons!. Credit Hours: 6.0

"I'd like to thank you for your course. I had a safety committee meeting yesterday afternoon that was the best yet. I looked on line yesterday morning for some safety committee tips and found your website and went through your course. Although I didn't have any time to implement any of your pre-meeting prep ideas, I did use some of your other ideas during the meeting and it really worked. Everyone seemed fired up and more excited than ever before. Thank you so much for having your ideas available for me." Judy K., USA

Course 702: Effective Accident Investigation

Eight Modules. This course is absolutely necessary for anyone who is required to investigate accidents. It gives you the information needed to effectively analyze the accident event by uncovering the cause of injury, and the primary and contributing surface causes for the accident. Then you learn how to analyze and evaluate your safety management system (SMS) for root causes. You'll learn why, when conducting the accident investigation, the question of fault and possible discipline is irrelevant and inappropriate. The course introduces you to a simple, yet extremely effective six-step procedure to secure the accident scene, collect information, develop the sequence of events, determine surface and root causes, recommend corrective actions and system improvements, and write an effective accident report. Credit Hours: 6.0

"I was in the process of designing a new accident report for our property and the information within this module was very instrumental assisting me develop my new accident report writing." Ruben M., USA

Course 703: Introduction to OSH Training

Eight modules. This is a must-take course for anyone managing a safety training program or conducting safety training. This course helps safety professionals gain the knowledge and skills necessary to develop and implement an effective safety training program that (1) meets OSHA safety and health program requirements and ANSI/ASSE Z490.1-2009, Criteria for Accepted Practices in Safety, Health, and Environmental Training guidelines. Credit Hours: 6.0

"Last year I took the Train the Safety Trainer course and was so pleased with both the content and quality of the course that I recommended it to some of my co-workers. Since then I know of 3 others that have taken the course and all voice similar comments. As a regional safety manager and trainer for our company, this year we made completion of your course a mandatory benchmark for our safety officers. Anyone conducting training for our organization must complete the Train the Safety Trainer course. The free course and reasonable cost for the certificate make it a "no brainer" for any company wanting to ensure it's trainers have received quality instruction and training in the "How to" of safety training. Thanks again for providing this fantastic service to the safety profession." Rick M., CSP, USA

Course 704: Hazard Analysis and Control

Seven modules. Safety directors, safety committee members, supervisors, and managers will gain a greater ability to identify the various categories of hazards in their workplace, and apply strategies used to make sure hazards are eliminated or reduced. Emphasis is placed on applying the "hierarchy of controls" strategies to eliminate hazards. Credit Hours: 5.0

"You were right, it was a long one, but the content is something that I feel I have gained a better understanding of things that I can do to make the training that my department gives. As I am in charge of the constant training of over 1500 personnel that span 18 different countries, it is hard to keep up. I liked the course so much, I instructed my associate trainer to take the course as well. He is new to the training field, and I truly feel he will gain lots of good things from it. Thank you, Steve for the great courses."Buddy B., USA.

Course 705: Hazard Communication Program

Six modules. OSHA inspectors will ALWAYS check out your Hazard Communication Program when they inspect. Why? Because failing to maintain a written program is one of the most common violations cited by OSHA. All employers must identify hazardous chemicals they use and develop a hazard communication (HAZCOM) program to inform their employees about those chemicals. This introduction to Part 1910 Subpart Z - Toxic and Hazardous Substances - 1910.1200 Hazard Communication, discusses various requirements including written program requirements, labeling, and material safety data sheet (MSDS) maintenance and training. A sample written hazard communication program is reviewed. Credit Hours: 5.0

"Wow , what a good course. I have taken haz-com courses before, but not near as informative as this one. A lot of information I didn't know until now." Kyle A, USA

Course 706: Conducting a Job Hazard Analysis (JHA)

Six modules. This course is designed to introduce you to the steps in conducting a Job Hazard Analysis (also called Job Safety Analysis) for the purpose or writing a safe job procedure. Included is a discussion of conducting a risk assessment, prioritizing jobs, writing the steps, determining hazards, including safety precautions, and tips on writing a safe job procedures. If your company is working towards OSHA's SHARP or VPP certification, you need to be conducting JHAs on all hazardous tasks. Credit Hours: 6.0

"I am totally hooked on job hazard analysis now. I never knew much about JHAs but it's totally cool." Robbie N., Australia

Course 707: Effective Safety Committee Meetings

Seven modules. If your company has a safety committee, it's critical that meetings are conducted in an efficient and effective manner. This course covers the safety committee meeting process including a review of the role and purpose of the safety committee, preparing and conducting the meeting, success tools, handling conflict, and activities after the meeting. Emphasis is on discussing techniques and tools you can use to conduct an interesting meeting filled with motivated members! Credit Hours: 5.0

"I believe that this course will greatly improve my department I supervise. I picked up a lot of information that pointed out a lot of flaws in the practices that I have grown accustomed to." Brice M., USA

Course 708: OSHA Recordkeeping

Seven modules. Employers are required to record and report work-related fatalities, injuries and illnesses. This is a great introduction in the requirements of 29 CFR 1904, Recordkeeping and Reporting, for recording injuries and illnesses on the OSHA 300 Log and the OSHA 300-A Summary. Emphasis is placed on entering data and maintaining the form. You'll also learn how to calculate OSHA's Days Away, Restricted, Job Transferred (DART) Rate! Credit Hours: 5.0

"Very impressing course. Very easy understanding of information. Awesome price offer. I really enjoyed doing the course, and i will continue taking your courses after I received my certification."Patricia K., USA

Course 709: Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Seven modules. It's tough for any company to develop a safe and healthful workplace without an effective PPE program. This course provides information on using personal protective equipment to effectively protect the worker from exposure to workplace hazards. Program management, hazard assessment, and training requirements are also discussed. Credit Hours: 5.0

"I wanted to thank you for having the 40-hour safety manager course available. This was a outstanding course.(Long) but outstanding even with my more the 20 yrs exp in safety I was surprised at some of the things I learned. Would really like to see the CSM offered in the same format." Dennis G., Safety Coordinator, USA.

Course 710: Energy Control Program - Lockout/Tagout

Eight modules. This important course focuses on the requirements of the Energy Control Program, or more commonly called, the Lockout/Tagout Program. OSHA is very serious about Lockout/Tagout because if something goes wrong, it usually means a very serious injury or a fatality. This course is required for any employee who is responsible for servicing and maintenance of equipment or machinery. Credit Hours: 6.0

"Having been in supervisory/management positions and having to ensure compliance with and train in LOTO, I found the course to be superior (as are all of your courses). I can't wait for future courses." Rod T., USA

Course 711: Introduction to Ergonomics

Five modules. This course introduces the student to the basic principles of ergonomics in the workplace. Risk factor identification, basic workstation design options, and hazard control strategies to eliminate or reduce those risk factors will be the primary focus of the course. Take this course prior to taking Course 722, Ergonomics Program Management. Credit Hours: 4.0

"The instructor feed back was wonderful because he always took time to reply and not giving me a system-based mail: keep it up" Berta, A, Nigeria

Course 712: Safety Supervision and Leadership

Eight modules. Supervisors need to take a tough-caring leadership approach to safety: They must insist employees comply with safety policies and rules because they care about their employees' welfare, not because it's policy. This course will help new supervisors gain a greater understanding of their responsibility and obligation to provide a physical resources and psychosocial support to ensure work areas are safe and healthful. Emphasis is placed on administering appropriate and effective accountability through the application of positive and negative consequences. Supervisors also learn how to take daily advantage of "opportunities for safety leadership." Credit Hours: 6.0

"One of the best courses I have taken. I usually print out the class and read it on paper rather than from the computer. I can read it easier and highlight what I feel is important. There is more yellow than white spaces on these papers!" Gary T., USA

Course 713: Confined Space Safety

Nine modules. Employees who conduct work within confined spaces must be properly trained. This course presents information on the definition of a confined space and a permit-required confined space; hazards of a permit-required confined space; alternative procedures to control atmospheric hazards; the written program and entry permit system; rescue and emergency services; and training. Credit Hours: 7.0

"I am a retiree from a large energy company after 19 years. I received more from this study course then I have received sitting through our own refresher classes. Thank you. Donald C., USA

Course 714: Fall Protection Program

Nine modules. Employees who conduct work at height on elevated surfaces are exposed to fall hazards and are required to receive fall-protection training. This course presents information on the components of an effective fall-protection program; personal fall-arrest and fall-restraint systems, other fall-protection system;, fall protection on ladders, scaffolds, and aerial platforms; training requirements; equipment inspection and maintenance and emergency-response. Credit Hours: 7.0

" I have to honestly say that I love taking courses through OSHAcademy, I finally have a chance to work at my own pace and feel confident about understanding the material before having to advance to the next module. Thank you. Amanda N., USA

Course 715: Electrical Safety Basics

Nine modules. This course describes the hazards of electrical work and basic approaches to working safely. You will learn skills to help you recognize, evaluate, and control electrical hazards. This information will prepare you for additional safety training such as hands-on exercises and more detailed reviews of regulations for electrical work. Credit Hours: 7.0

"Excellent course.. I deal with this on a daily basis and the info is extremely valuable.. I will definitely pass this information on... thank you..." Gunny S., USMC, Ret., USA

Course 716: Safety Management System Evaluation

Four Modules. The Safety and Health Management System is extremely important to the long-term success of your organization. This course will introduce you to the Safety and Health Achievement Program (SHARP) Audit process by discussing an audit process similar to that used by OSHA evaluators. Even if you're company doesn't anticipate participating in the SHARP program, the information within this course may be very helpful in your effort to improve the quality of your safety management system. Credit Hours: 3.0

"The training was very informative for me as a project manager at an operating nuclear plant, it gives a sense of how to approach systems that we have in place that are not really working as I planned." Ernest P., USA

Course 717: Emergency Action Plans

Five Modules. Several Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards explicitly require employers to have emergency action plans for their workplaces. Emergency preparedness is a well-known concept in protecting workers' safety and health. To help employers, safety and health professionals, training directors, and others, the OSHA requirements detailed in 29 CFR 1910.38, Emergency Action Plan, are summarized in this course. Credit Hours: 4.0

" I just wanted to thank you for this amazing resource. I've taken the first course and have already started sharing your site with many of my coworkers. Safety is much easier when you have great training such as you are providing. So once again I offer you my thanks!" D. Roark, USA

Course 718: Fire Prevention Plans

Eight Modules. The Fire Prevention Plan goes hand-in-hand with the Emergency Action Plan. Both plans should be included in an effective safety management system. This course covers best practices and OSHA requirements detailed within 29 CFR 1910.39, Fire Prevention Plans. Credit Hours: 6.0

"I will be taking more courses as they are available, and time permitting. These are by far the best courses that I have taken. The rest of the Safety Committee are going to take these courses also. Again Thank You." K. Bowen, USA

Course 719: Fleet Safety Management

Seven Modules. Every company that operates a fleet of vehicles needs to develop and implement a Fleet Safety Plan. This course introduces you to the various components of a Fleet Safety Program and offers suggestions on how to manage it effectively. Credit Hours: 5.0

"My overall experience with all your courses were very positive. Great information and presented well. The courses were easy to follow and understand." W. Osborne, USA

Course 720: Preventing Workplace Violence

Eight modules. Any form of violence in the workplace can devastate your safety culture. This course introduces the student to an important seven-step process of developing an effective workplace violence prevention program. Topics include: Initial assessment, written policy development, prevention measures, training, reporting and investigation, post-incident follow-up, and program evaluation. Credit Hours: 6.0

"I found the course content easy to understand and very informative. Even though I am from Australia and I know the laws will be a little bit different, the overall content is still highly relevant in OHS even in Australia." Stephen S., Australia

Course 721: Developing OSH Training

Five modules. This is the second course in the Train-the-Safety-Trainer Series and a must-take course for anyone responsible for developing safety training courses. This course helps safety professionals gain the knowledge and skills necessary to develop and implement an effective safety training that (1) meets OSHA safety and health program requirements and ANSI/ASSE Z490.1-2009, Criteria for Accepted Practices in Safety, Health, and Environmental Training guidelines. Credit Hours: 4.0

"I have over 25 years as a Safety Manager, with one of the World's Largest Petroleum, Gas, Coal companies and this program lead me thru some of my real time problems and how to handle my people in the field, along with some of my top management speculations on safety. Thanks for the time spent, and here's to your success in this field. I learned quite a lot from this program." R Carter., Owner, World Wide Safety Services, Texas, USA

Course 722: Ergonomics Program Management

Eight modules. Ergonomics related claims account for more direct accident costs than any other category. Not a surprise since OSHA has not yet approved an ergonomics standard. Nevertheless, you owe it to yourself to develop a strong ergonomics program. This course introduces the student to the various steps in planning and implementing a successful ergonomics program. Emphasis is placed on analyzing and controlling workplace risk factors, medical management strategies and training. Credit Hours: 6.0

"This is great for front line supervisors. The content is good, it's a little long, but can easily be broken up, and it requires ongoing thought. I really think its valuable. Instructions to supervisors about how to conduct training and be a leader are great." S. Koch, USA

Course 723: Conducting OSH Training

Six modules. This is the third required course in the 36 Hour OSH Trainer (Train-The-Trainer) Certificate Program. Topics discussed include logistics and preparation for training, tips on making your training presentation successful, adult learning principles, listening skills, asking and answering questions, and a final module covering the On-the-Job Training (OJT) process. Credit Hours: 5.0

"As always Steven I'm enjoying your class. As a CSP, I require my continuing education hours and I find your classes both appropriate and "pain free". God only knows how many lives this training has saved.... Keep the new classes coming!" R. F. MacIntyre, CSP

Course 750: Introduction to Industrial Hygiene

Six modules. Industrial hygiene is the science of anticipating, recognizing, evaluating, and controlling workplace conditions that may cause illness in the workplace. This training introduces how Industrial Hygienists use environmental monitoring and analytical methods to detect the extent of worker exposure and employ engineering, work practice controls, and other methods to control potential workplace health hazards. Credit Hours: 5.0

"These courses were very well prepared, comprehensive, and easy to understand. I will recommend that my fellow safety representatives to pursue additional certification through the OSHAcademy Training. Sincerely, Daniel H."

Course 755: Bloodborne Pathogens

Eleven modules. Bloodborne Pathogens in the Workplace is designed to provide students with the essential knowledge necessary to help reduce or eliminate the occupational risk of bloodborne pathogens. This training program teaches the information every employee who has occupational exposure needs to know to avoid accidental exposure to potentially infectious materials and to manage an accident exposure if one occurs. Credit Hours: 2.0

"Its a great course, covers every part and also shares valuable knowlegde about bloodbourne ptg." Nicolai Ward


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