Compliance Training & Safety
A Drug-Free Workplace
A drug-free workplace is an employment setting where all employees adhere to a program of policies and activities designed to provide a safe workplace, discourage alcohol and drug abuse and encourage treatment, recovery and the return to work of those employees with such abuse problems.
This course reviews company policy and explains the negative effects of drug use including unsafe working conditions, loss of productivity, smaller profits, more accidents, higher medical expenses, and its effect on one’s coworkers.
This eLearning safety course explains how to conduct a proper investigation of a workplace accident. The course covers the proper investigative procedures and helps learners gain an understanding of basic investigation skills.
Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA)
This course explains the ADA in simple, understandable terms. The topics covered in the program include who is protected by the statute, the meaning of reasonable accommodation, use of qualification standards and selection criteria, application of the ADA to the hiring process, and considerations in dealing with current employees.
This eLearning safety course will teach employees how to properly identify asbestos hazards and protect themselves from contamination. Employees learn where they may find asbestos and how to minimize asbestos exposure and its hazardous effects.
This course is designed to provide a basic understanding of bloodborne pathogens, common modes of transmission, methods of prevention, and other pertinent information. This program is designed to meet the requirements of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA's) Bloodborne Pathogen Standard, 29 CFR 1910.1030.
COVID-19: The Coronavirus and You!
COVID-19 (sometimes called “Corona Virus”) is a new and potentially deadly virus causing illness in
people. This new virus was first detected in people in China in December 2019. This virus is
spreading from person-to-person worldwide, probably in much the same way that regular seasonal
influenza viruses spread. On March 11, 2020, the World Health Organization (WHO) signaled that a
pandemic of COVID-19 was underway. The purpose of this course is to provide information on COVID-19 and to recommend ways to avoid getting and spreading the virus.
Discrimination and Harassment-Free Workplace
Discrimination and workplace harassment are based upon an individual’s protected class status. This course will cover three types of illegal, prohibited behavior: Discrimination, Workplace Harassment, and Sexual harassment.
Diversity in the Workplace
Diversity training is a required topic in the area of corporate compliance. This course reviews legal requirements, discrimination, benefits of diversity, and techniques for promoting diversity in the workplace.
This eLearning safety course is designed to teach all employees how to respond to workplace emergencies. Employees will learn how to identify the importance of a well-defined emergency response plan and reporting emergencies, the components of an evacuation, and identify emergency response actions.
Fire Safety training explains what actions an employee should take in a fire emergency. In addition, employees learn how to identify different alarm signals, evacuation routes and procedures, and safe fire extinguisher use.
Forklift Safety Training
In this eLearning safety course, employees learn about the hazards associated with forklift operation and OSHA-required safe work practices for forklift operation.
HIPAA Awareness Training
This eLearning safety course provides information about the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 (HIPAA). This eLearning course explains the HIPAA regulations pertaining to the privacy and security of healthcare information. This eLearning course was designed for use by any individual or organization involved in the health care of patients.
Industrial ergonomics is a health and safety course that covers the steps that you can implement to reduce employee injuries. This eLearning course explains the importance of using ergonomics in industrial environments to reduce potential injuries. Employees learn how to identify ergonomic risk factors, potential injuries and methods to minimize or eliminate industrial ergonomic hazards.
Personal Protective Equipment Training (PPE)
Personal protective equipment, or PPE, is a health and safety requirement for many different jobs. This eLearning course explains the proper techniques for identifying the need for PPE, the different types of PPE available, and how to choose PPE correctly.
Preventing Sexual Harassment
Sexual harassment is a common issue for organizations. This course was developed to build awareness and provide steps for identifying, reporting, and preventing the problem.
Preventing Sexual Harassment AB 1825
Sexual harassment is a common issue for organizations. This course was developed to build awareness and provide steps for identifying, reporting, and preventing the problem. This course complies with California AB 1825 which applies to organizations that regularly employ 50 or more employees or regularly "receive the services of" 50 or more persons. The content of this course includes information and practical guidance regarding federal and state statutory laws about sexual harassment. In addition, learners will learn about the correction of sexual harassment and the remedies available to victims of sexual harassment.
Preventing Sexual Harassment – Supervisor Version
Sexual harassment is a common issue for organizations. This course was developed to build awareness and provide steps for identifying, reporting, and preventing the problem. Supervisors will learn about the correction of sexual harassment and the remedies available to victims of sexual harassment. Practical examples aimed at instructing supervisors in the prevention of harassment, discrimination, and retaliation are presented.
Slips, Trips, and Falls Prevention
Slips, trips, and falls are a major source of injury in the workplace. This eLearning safety course explains how employees can minimize and eliminate slip, trip, and fall hazards in the workplace. Course topics include OSHA safety requirements, guarding for floor and wall openings, issues with stairways, ladder, scaffolds, loading docks, and how personal behavior affects safety.
Substance Abuse Awareness
Substance abuse in the workplace is a major cause of workplace injuries and high health costs for employers. It is important for managers to understand substance abuse, how to identify drug users and abusers, and how to properly handle employees under the influence of drugs and alcohol.
This eLearning safety course covers the causes and types of workplace violence. Employees will review various types of workplace violence and the techniques that can be used to prevent workplace violence according to OSHA.