TRAINING

Safety professionals are prone to seeking out technical knowledge in an effort to develop themselves. Although this knowledge enhancement is very important, even more critical is the need to develop specific cognitive, interpersonal and intrapersonal competencies. The Safety Advisors can assist in Identifying and applying competency science to an organization can provide those professionals with the necessary tools to vastly improve their performance and target what is needed for the business to achieve its goals.

1. Hazard Communication Safety *
2. Respirator Safety *
3. Forklift Safety *
4. Proper Lifting *
5. Warehouse Safety
6. Lockout/Tagout *
7. Defensive Driving
8. Heat Stress Tunnel *
9. Bloodborne Pathogens *
10. Medical Emergencies
11. Fire Evacuation *
12. Slips, Trips, and Falls
13. Orientation *
14. Accident Reporting
15. Substance Abuse *
16. Housekeeping
17. Safety and Security
18. Proper Back Care *
19. Stress and Safety
20. Fire Extinguisher Safety *
21. Office Safety
22. Medication and Safety
23. Burn Emergencies
24. Work Zone Safety
25. How To Prevent Safety
26. Safety and Health Tips for Computer Operators *
27. Anhydrous Ammonia *
28. Ladder Safety *
29. Lab Safety
30. Sexual Harrassment
31. Watch Out For Assault *
32. Repetitive Motion Injury *
33. Disaster Preparedness *
34. Combative Residents
35. Orientation (Health Care Fac.)
36. Compressed Gas Safety *
37. Cryogenics Safety *
38. Chlorine Safety *
39. Machine and Equipment
40. Cyanide *
41. Preventing Hearing Loss *
42. First Aid and CPR
43. Electrical Safety *
44. Welding Safety *
45. Mig Welding *
46. Preventing Carpal
47. Eye Care *
48. Skin Care and Safety
49. Tool Safety *
50. Horseplay
51. Chemical Storage *
52. Chemical Disposal *
53. Health
54. Safe Stacking and Storage *
55. Moving a Patient In Bed

56. Moving a Patient from Bed to Chair
57. Moving a Patient from Bed to Trolley
58. Fall Protection *
59. Maintenance Safety *
60. D.O.T Training *
61. Supervisor Safety *
62. Arsenic *
63. Lead *
64. OSHA Voluntary Compliance
65. Violence in the Workplace *
66. Patient Abuse
67. Patient Rights
68. Trenching/Shoring *
69. Confined Space Entry *
70. Storm Water Pollution
71. Hydrogen Peroxide *
72. Plant Ergonomics *
73. Office Ergonomics *
74. Crane and Hoist Safety *
75. Fiberglass Safety *
76. Bleeding, Bandaging, Burns, and Moving Patients
77. Interpretation of Heart Sounds
78. Geriatric Emergencies
79. Hospital Operations: Cultural Diversity
80. Medical Monitoring: How It Works
81. Safety at Home
82. Highway Construction Maintenance Safety *
83. Lawn Mower Safety
84. Hotel Fire *
85. Rigging Safety *
86. Job Safety Analysis *
87. Handling Bomb Threats
88. Hazwoper: First Response *
89. Hazardous Waste Awareness *
90. Hydrogen Sulfide *
91. Intro to Hazcom
92. Supervisor Overview: Hazcom
93. Scaffold Safety *
94. Fire Prevention *
95. Back Injury Prevention
96. Tuberculosis *
97. Backhoe Safety *
98. Construction Orientation *
99. Dog Bite Prevention
100. Retail Store Safety *
101. Pre-Trip Inspection *
102. Propane Safety *

 

* OSHA Required

** Offered in English and Spanish **

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