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Total Items: 23
Total Time: 13.5 hour(s)
Audience: The following courses are for all employees and contractors of OSHA regulated workplaces such as manufacturing, assembly and packaging plants, machine shops, bulk terminals, warehouses, loading docks, etc.
Description: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration provides companies located in the United States with an outline to establish appropriate processes and procedures to ensure compliance with federal health and safety regulations. The MindLeaders Health and Safety courses provide the solution companies need, with an easy and cost-effective means of delivering and tracking health and safety training anytime, anywhere.
Time: 30 minute(s)
Course Code: cmp095
Description: This course provides an overview of back safety and proper lifting procedures. It is useful whether you are at work or home. Topics discussed are why back injuries occur, the spine, types of injuries that occur, the forces involved, contributing factors, common causes of back injuries, how to prevent back injuries, using proper lifting procedures, how to lift safely and body management.
Course Code: cmp104
Description: Carbon monoxide poisoning is a silent risk that can be present in the workplace and in the home. This course will make workers more aware of the silent risks of carbon monoxide, describe symptoms of exposure, and give suggestions for safety measures to use to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning.
Chemical Reactivity Hazards
Course Code: cmp113
Description: All chemicals react. Workers must separate safe reactions that produce useful products from reactive material hazards. This course describes some information sources, causes, and hazards relating to chemical reactions.
Course Code: cmp112
Description: The factors and advice presented in this course apply not only to computer workstations on the job, but also are relevant for computers in the home. An appropriate workstation set-up will help workers avoid fatigue, stress, and potential medical problems.
Time: 45 minute(s)
Course Code: cmp030
Description: This course provides an overview of driving safely and is useful whether you are driving to/from work or on/off company business. Topics discussed are road, traffic, vehicle, lighting, weather and driver conditions and why you must monitor these constantly in order to reach your destination safely.
Time: 60 minute(s)
EPA - Container Management
Course Code: cmp052
Description: This course provides an overview of the requirements for generators who manage hazardous wastes in containers. The general regulatory requirements are discussed, as well as the identification and definition of incompatible materials, and the individual requirements for marking, labeling, and inspecting containers. Finally the requirements for the closure of an area used to manage containers are identified.
Eye and Face Protection
Course Code: cmp092
Description: This course provides an overview of eye hazards in the workplace and how to prevent them. OSHA requirements, personal protective equipment and other miscellaneous safety precautions are discussed.
Course Code: cmp119
Description: All businesses should have fire safety as a top priority. Good planning for fire emergencies includes fire prevention programs, fire-fighting training for employees, and specific evacuation plans. This course reinforces these ideas.
Course Code: cmp150
Description: This course will give the worker an overview of basic first aid for specific types of injuries based upon recommended training from OSHA.
Course Code: cmp138
Description: This course will inform workers about the relationship between foot problems and workplace design and to help them choose and use protective footwear.
Hazardous Waste Awareness
Course Code: cmp025
Description: This course provides an overview of Hazardous Wastes. It defines solid wastes, explains characteristics of solid wastes that make it hazardous and proper handling and storage of Hazardous Wastes.
Heat Stress Awareness
Course Code: cmp106
Description: The best defense against heat-related illness is prevention. This course will explain some of the health problems arising from exposure to extreme heat and provide some guidance on preventing heat stress.
Course Code: cmp072
Description: This course provides an overview of safe use of knife. Topics covered are safety precautions, importance of First Aid, knife maintenance and selecting right knife for the job.
Ladders and Stairways
Course Code: cmp015
Description: This course provides an overview of ladders (both portable and fixed) and stairways. Ladder types, safe use, inspection/maintenance and housekeeping are discussed.
Course Code: cmp110
Description: Even though it is generally not life threatening, latex allergy is a growing problem for health care workers and others. This course provides workers with information on the causes and symptoms of latex allergy along with preventive measures to pursue when using latex products.
Course Code: cmp005
Description: This course provides an overview of the basic elements of Office Ergonomics and tasks that can potentially cause Work-related Musculoskeletal Disorders (WMSD) and other injuries to the muscle and joints.
Course Code: cmp017
Description: This course provides an overview of some of the hazards one may encounter in a typical office. Hazards and Risks of Electricity, Office Machinery, Manual Handling and Ergonomics, Chemicals, Environmental factors such as Air and Noise, Housekeeping, Slips, Trips and Falls, Occupational Aggression and Violence, and Fire are discussed.
Course Code: cmp096
Description: This course provides an overview of the various elements of safety orientation, stressing the importance of simply “knowing your area”. Other areas covered are: what to do in case of a fire or chemical spill, fire extinguisher operation, safety around radiation sources, personal protective equipment and good work practices.
Security Threats - An Overview
Course Code: cmp120
Description: No place can be considered completely safe when considering the potential threats posed by disgruntled or senseless individuals or the more organized and systematic threats posed by fanatical political and extremist groups. This course outlines some basic precautions regarding the most prevalent threats today.
Slips, Trips, and Falls
Course Code: cmp151
Description: This course will inform workers about causes and preventive procedures for slips, trips, and falls in the workplace.
Sprains and Strains
Course Code: cmp118
Description: Sprains and strains are the number one cause of lost work time due to illness or injury in the U.S. Sprains and strains can be reduced through the use of ergonomics and good work practices.
Workplace Violence - Employees
Course Code: cmp064
Description: This course provides employees with an overview of workplace violence, the sources of workplace violence, warning signs and possible triggering incidents for workplace violence, what employees can do and how to protect themselves and their fellow employees and how to deal with threats and violence.
Workplace Violence - Managers
Course Code: cmp065
Description: This course provides managers with an overview of workplace violence, possible liability of the Company for workplace violence, the sources of workplace violence, warning signs and possible triggering incidents for workplace violence, what employees can do and how to protect themselves and their fellow employees, training employees, and how to deal with threats and violence.
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