No matter how safe an organization is or how high-quality its service and products are, there is always room for improvement. Take this training to learn more about the concept of continuous improvement. Ideal learners are managers, supervisors and safety committee members.
This course provides learners with basic information about handwashing as it relates to infection control principles. This course is intended for all healthcare workers.
Workers involved in a wide range of occupations are exposed to a significant risk of death or injury from being struck by various objects in the workplace. OSHA statistics indicate that a significant portion of all work related injuries and fatalities involve workers being struck in the eyes, head, face, hand, and or feet by foreign objects. In the majority of these accidents Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) was either not being u MORE...
An influenza pandemic occurs when a virus starts spreading worldwide or across a large number of international borders. Pandemics can result in fatalities and major disruptions of society, but their effects can be mitigated. That is why companies, governments and citizens around the world are undertaking preparations to delay viral spread.
A single exposure to an airborne chemical can cause health effects that may last for the rest of your life. If your workplace contains dangerous chemicals or hazardous atmospheres, you need to know when and how to wear a respirator. This training will present the basic requirements of respiratory protection and will focus on the types and limitations of respirators. Ideal learners include all employees.
You do not have to be psychic to predict how things may go wrong. Take this course to find out how to adopt a WHAT IF? mentality that will help you avoid near-misses and serious incidents. Learners include managers, supervisors, safety committee members.