This course explains the physiology of the back and presents common types and causes of back injuries. It also describes injury prevention, safety practices, basic back exercises, and proper lifting techniques.
No matter how much you drive, backing up can be a challenge. People who drive for work may drive forwards for tens of thousands of miles/kilometers in a year, but may only back up one or two miles/kilometers in the same period! This fact, combined with other issues such as speed, poor visibility and driver distraction result in the fact that approximately 25% of vehicle accidents happen while vehicles are backing up.
This course deals with impairment in general and impairment from cannabis in particular. It presents information on the signs and symptoms of workplace impairment, outlines strategies for intervention and reporting, and discusses employer initiatives for impaired workers.
Regularly scheduled workplace inspections are one of the main tools available to companies to ensure that new and ongoing hazards are identified, and that workers are kept safe and healthy. In this course, you will learn how to plan and conduct efficient workplace inspections.
Confined spaces are dangerous places to work. Thousands of people are injured or killed each year while working in confined spaces. An estimated 60% of the workers who have died in recent years were trying to rescue co-workers.
This online Coronavirus preparedness training course is continually updated as it an important health and safety topic. The most recently discovered coronavirus causes coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), which has never been seen before in humans. COVID 19 is a respiratory illness that spreads from person to person and the disease is now classified as a pandemic. This online COVID-19 training course will tell you about the necessary steps you can take to stay healthy and prevent the spread of the virus and disease. The information in this online Coronavirus training course is continually updated to ensure the most relevant and timely content for learners.
To exercise due diligence means that employers must take all reasonable precautions under the circumstances to prevent injuries or accidents in the workplace. This course will provide a clear understanding of the legal requirements necessary for compliance as well as the implications of non-compliance.
This course outlines the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA), which requires certain employers to provide their employees with paid sick leave and expanded family and medical leave for specified reasons related to COVID-19.