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Introduction to OSHA
Many of the health and safety programs and procedures in this Health and Safety Guide are derived from federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations. Furthermore, this course provides you with some background information about OSHA and OSHA standards, inspections, citations, and penalties. At the end of this course, you will be able to distinguish between the role of OSHA and the role of the office of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS). Overall, you will learn more about the role of OSHA in establishing a safe and secure work environment.
Fall Protection provides you with a look at the work conditions that require the use of fall protection and the available options to protect employees from falls. By taking this course, you will be able to identify fall protection methods available for protecting employees; the basic conditions that trigger the use of fall protection for employees in the general industry; and the importance of good work practices and training. Implementing each of these elements in your workplace will ensure that employees are protected from fall hazards whether four feet or forty feet from the ground.
Safety and Health Programs
Safety and Health Programs focuses on why organizations should implement safety and health programs, and what must be in place in order for these types of programs to be effective. By taking this course, you will recognize the benefits of an effective safety and health program and be able to list the key elements of these programs. Whether you are a business owner looking for ways to improve costs and workplace safety, or a worker interested in learning more about how a safety and health program can benefit you, this course will provide you with the information you need.
Personal Protective Equipment
OSHA standards for Personal Protective Equipment takes a deeper look at using PPE controls in the workplace. This course describes the two primary means of protecting employees from workplace hazards before considering PPE; explains what should be included in PPE training; lists PPE that may be used for protection; and identifies hazards that are reduced or eliminated by using the appropriate PPE for eye, face, head, hearing, foot, hand, and body protection.
Fire Safety and Prevention
Fire safety training is an important part of safety in the workplace. Employers must train employees about fire hazards that exist in the workplace, how to prevent fires, and what to do in the event one occurs. Through this course, you will learn how to identify fire hazards; know the proper way to evacuate safely in the event of a fire; and be able to identify fire extinguishers and how to use them properly.
Business Execution Series
Business execution is about taking ideas and turning them into reality. Discover how to make gradual changes to shift a lethargic organization to a thriving, effective one. This series walks you through the process of how to implement execution strategies and adopt an execution culture. You will explore how to inspire workplace excellence and eliminate those impediments to turning ideas into actions. In the end, these elements will aid you in creating a business execution culture that is energized, goal-oriented, and productive. Each of these topics are covered within three courses:
- Execution Strategies
- Inspiring Workplace Excellence
- Turning Ideas into Actions
Business Ethics – Quick Refresh
Designed as a review to supplement a comprehensive business ethics course, you’ll start out reviewing the definition of ethics and an understanding of how trust functions in our social interactions. We have an expectation of how others will behave towards us and how we will behave towards them. While engaging with each other, individuals behave unethically in ways that breach shared trust. You’ll also look at some of the thinking errors associated with unethical behavior. From there, you will find brief descriptions on the different rules defining business ethics. For the sake of brevity, some information has been omitted, summarized, or simplified.