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This course presents fundamental information on the principles behind safe driving, and techniques that can be used to avoid trouble on the road. Read more

This course presents fundamental information for employees on dealing with drug and alcohol abuse. Read more

 Dealing with Drug and Alcohol Abuse for Employees and Managers is training course that was specifically created to help Employees and your managers understand OSHA’s regulations for substance abuse in the workplace. Topics covered include an overview of different substances and their effect on the body, and a review of drug and alcohol policies. Disclaimer: The information in this course does not replace or supersede a company's recommended procedures or any federal, state or local laws regarding any facility's operations. It should be reviewed by the employee or employer against these requirements to confirm the appropriateness of its use. The course provider and producer make no warranty, expressed or implied, that the information in this course is accurate or appropriate for any particular facility's environment, or any individual employee's personal situation. User assumes all risk and liability for the use of this content. Unauthorized duplication of this course is prohibited.   Read more

This course presents fundamental information for employees on electrical safety. Read more

This course discusses how electricity is used throughout a laboratory and how to work with it safely. Read more

Fall Protection was specifically designed to assist employers meet the major requirements in the OSHA Standard on fall protection. Falls are the second leading cause of death each year in the United States (after traffic accidents)! Over 10,000 people are killed every year as a result of falls...and 200,000 to 300,000 people are disabled. Eight-five percent of all falls that occur on the job result in "lost work time." Disclaimer: The information in this course does not replace or supersede a company's recommended procedures or any federal, state or local laws regarding any facility's operations. It should be reviewed by the employee or employer against these requirements to confirm the appropriateness of its use. The course provider and producer make no warranty, expressed or implied, that the information in this course is accurate or appropriate for any particular facility's environment, or any individual employee's personal situation. User assumes all risk and liability for the use of this content. Unauthorized duplication of this course is prohibited. Read more

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