Sexual Harassment for Managers and Supervisors

Sexual Harassment… for Managers and Supervisors looks at behaviors and actions that can constitute sexual harassment, discusses why managers and supervisors must pay particular attention to what they say and do, and examines how to recognize sexual harassment in the workplace. Most managers and supervisors have heard about the fine and lawsuits brought against companies that ignore sexual harassment, but many do not know what constitutes harassment or what they should do if it occurs.

Topics covered in this program:
Include what constitutes sexual harassment, managers’ and supervisors’ responsibilities, recognizing and preventing sexual harassment, what to do if sexual harassment occurs and more.

Sexual Harassment for Employees

Sexual Harassment… for Employees discusses various forms of sexual harassment, explains how to avoid inadvertently sexually harassing someone and reviews the procedures employees should follow if they feel that they or a coworker are being sexually harassed. Most employees have heard the term sexual harassment, but many of them do not know exactly what it means.

Topics covered in this program:
Include what constitutes sexual harassment, behaviors to avoid, recognizing victims and harassers, avoiding accidental harassment, and more.

Safety Showers & Eye Washes

Safety Showers and Eye Washes reviews situations where safety showers and eye washes should be used, as well as how to use them properly. No matter how many precautions employees take, accidents sometimes happen. In these situations quick action is essential, and if the incident involves a hazardous material, using a safety shower or eye wash station can be extremely important.

Topics covered in this program:
Include types of showers and eye washes, how to operate showers and eye washes correctly, chemical splashes, appropriate shower and eye wash techniques, helping an accident victim use a shower/eye wash, first aid, maintenance and testing of showers and eye washes, and more.

Safety Orientation

Safety Orientation addresses two of the most prominent safety issues confronting employers today, that of developing a good safety attitude in their employees…as well as providing introductory safety training. Thinking about safety should be as natural as thinking about other aspects of a job. Accidents cause millions of people to suffer painful injuries every year, and cost business almost $90 billion per year in medical bills, lost wages and lost production time. So, employees need to think about the possibility of accidents before they happen.

Topics covered in this program:
Include developing safety awareness, basics of accident prevention, hazard evaluation, safety housekeeping, tool use and maintenance, use of personal protective equipment (PPE), and more.

Safety Housekeeping & Accident Prevention

Safety Housekeeping and Accident Prevention provides workers with the information they need to recognize on-the-job hazards and explains how they can prevent them. Employees need to understand how to maintain a neat and orderly work environment and develop other good safety habits that will help them to create a safer workplace for everyone. Workplace accidents cause nearly 5,000 deaths and 3 million injuries every year. But many of these incidents could have been prevented. Good housekeeping and safety practices can significantly reduce accidents and injuries in any type of work environment. This course will provide workers with the information they need to recognize on-the-job hazards and explain how they can prevent them.

Topics covered in this program:
Include developing a good safety attitude; maintaining a neat and orderly work environment; using tools and equipment; identifying and storing hazardous materials; hazardous materials cleanup and disposal, personal protective equipment and more.

Safety Awareness for New Employees

Safety Awareness for New Employees addresses many of the most important safety issues confronting employees across a range of industries. Content is divided into concise chapters that look at commonly encountered workplace hazards, and how you can protect yourself from them, so new hires can start working safely right away.

Topics covered in this program:
Include: slips, trips and falls, good housekeeping, ergonomics, using hand and power tools, forklift safety, electrical safety, lock-out/tag-out, hazard communication; fire prevention and personal protective equipment. Emergency procedures are discussed, including health, first aid and bloodborne pathogens.

Safety Audits

Safety Audits provides employees with an understanding of the goals and procedures that are involved in a safety audit, shows them how they can help in the audit process and describes specific safe work practices. Workplace safety is too important to try and figure out on the fly or leave to chance. When employees’ lives and health are on the line, a company can’t just wait for trouble to occur before making improvements. That’s why safety-conscious organizations have been taking a more proactive approach by conducting safety audits… systematic surveys of workplaces to identify hazards so they can be eliminated or controlled.

Topics covered in this program:
Include a workplace analysis, administrative and engineering controls, personal protective equipment, the equipment maintenance program, emergency response procedures, accident investigation, a safety self-assessment, and more.

Safe Lifting

Safe Lifting provides the information employees need to protect their backs when they are lifting and carrying.

Topics covered in this program: Include the back’s structure and function; preparing for a lift; the mechanics of safe lifting; planning a “carry”; and more!

Rigging Safety

90% of crane-related accidents are caused by human error
Rigging Safety is designed to remind employees that over .. and that they are the key to preventing these incidents. We have all heard the phrase… A chain is only as strong as its weakest link. When it comes to crane operations, rigging can often be that weak link. How a load is attached to a crane can make the difference between a successful lift and an unfortunate accident. And rigging-related accidents can often be deadly, due to the large and heavy loads that are lifted. A small miscalculation, or a brief moment of inattention, and tragedy could strike. Once a load falls not much can be done to stop it, and there is little time for people to move safely out of the way. A coworker can be injured or killed, and expensive equipment and cargo could be damaged or destroyed… even the crane itself.

Topics covered in this program:
Include physical and mental preparation, personal protective equipment, equipment inspection, hazard assessment, slings, hitches, hand signals, load angles, and more.

Office Safety

Office Safety shows employees that hazards really do exist in an office environment, and how important it is to use good safety practices as they go about their work. Office employees frequently have the feeling that since they don’t work out on a plant floor safety isn’t important in their jobs. Yet accidents and injuries in the office account for thousands of hours of lost time, and millions of dollars in Workers’ Compensation and medical costs.

Include safety awareness, proper lifting, safety housekeeping, slips, trips & falls, electrical safety, and more.