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Safety and Health Awareness [US]

This course outlines key rights and responsibilities of employers, supervisors and workers. It also highlights how you can learn and apply safe workplace practices.
SKU: P0282EN
$15.00

Everyone in the workplace is responsible for keeping the workplace safe. Information and training play important roles in the establishment and maintenance of a safe and healthy workplace.

This course outlines key rights and responsibilities of employers, supervisors and workers. It also highlights how you can learn and apply safe workplace practices.

Learning Objectives:

  • List the duties of employers, supervisors, and workers as set out in occupational safety and health legislation.
  • Recognize the role of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in developing and enforcing safety and health standards.
  • Recall the rights of employers, supervisors and workers.
  • Identify the types of workplace hazards.
  • Outline the protective measures that should be taken to ensure everyone in a workplace is safe.
  • Recognize ways in which you can participate in the safety and health of your workplace.

Course Outline:

  • Page 2 – Introduction
    • Welcome to Safety and Health Awareness
    • Course Objectives
  • Page 3 – Get on Board
    • Did You Know?
    • Workplace Injuries Can Be Prevented!
    • Safety and Health Legislation
    • The Purpose of Legislation
    • Workplace Duties
    • Workers’ Rights
    • Check Your Understanding
  • Page 4 - Get in the Know
    • Can You Spot the Hazards?
    • The Right to Know
    • The Need to Know
    • Common Workplace Hazards
    • Hazardous Chemicals
    • Dealing with Hazards
    • Hazards: Controls
    • Asking Important Questions
    • Case Study: What Went Wrong?
    • Hazards: Sources of Information
    • Hazards: Responsibilities
    • What Is the Best Thing to Do?
    • Choosing the Best Option
    • Would Hand Cream Help?
    • Offering the Worker Hand Cream
    • Would Gloves Help?
    • Recommending Gloves
    • What Does the SDS Say?
    • Checking the SDS
    • Check Your Understanding
  • Page 5 – Get Involved
    • Ways to Be Involved
    • What to Look For
    • Be a Safety Role Model
    • Get More Help
    • Check Your Understanding
  • Page 6 – Conclusion
  • Page 7 - Test

Target Audience:

Employers, supervisors and workers in all industries

Duration:

0.5 hours

Features:

Accessible, audio, video & mobile

Module(s):

40652EN

Everyone in the workplace is responsible for keeping the workplace safe. Information and training play important roles in the establishment and maintenance of a safe and healthy workplace.

This course outlines key rights and responsibilities of employers, supervisors and workers. It also highlights how you can learn and apply safe workplace practices.

Learning Objectives:

  • List the duties of employers, supervisors, and workers as set out in occupational safety and health legislation.
  • Recognize the role of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in developing and enforcing safety and health standards.
  • Recall the rights of employers, supervisors and workers.
  • Identify the types of workplace hazards.
  • Outline the protective measures that should be taken to ensure everyone in a workplace is safe.
  • Recognize ways in which you can participate in the safety and health of your workplace.

Course Outline:

  • Page 2 – Introduction
    • Welcome to Safety and Health Awareness
    • Course Objectives
  • Page 3 – Get on Board
    • Did You Know?
    • Workplace Injuries Can Be Prevented!
    • Safety and Health Legislation
    • The Purpose of Legislation
    • Workplace Duties
    • Workers’ Rights
    • Check Your Understanding
  • Page 4 - Get in the Know
    • Can You Spot the Hazards?
    • The Right to Know
    • The Need to Know
    • Common Workplace Hazards
    • Hazardous Chemicals
    • Dealing with Hazards
    • Hazards: Controls
    • Asking Important Questions
    • Case Study: What Went Wrong?
    • Hazards: Sources of Information
    • Hazards: Responsibilities
    • What Is the Best Thing to Do?
    • Choosing the Best Option
    • Would Hand Cream Help?
    • Offering the Worker Hand Cream
    • Would Gloves Help?
    • Recommending Gloves
    • What Does the SDS Say?
    • Checking the SDS
    • Check Your Understanding
  • Page 5 – Get Involved
    • Ways to Be Involved
    • What to Look For
    • Be a Safety Role Model
    • Get More Help
    • Check Your Understanding
  • Page 6 – Conclusion
  • Page 7 - Test

Target Audience:

Employers, supervisors and workers in all industries

Duration:

0.5 hours

Features:

Accessible, audio, video & mobile

Module(s):

40652EN

Products specifications
Course LanguageEnglish
Length Range30 Minutes or Less
Length (Hours)0.50
Course FeaturesAudio
Course FeaturesAccessible
Course FeaturesMobile
Course FeaturesVideo
Module Number(s)40652EN
Products specifications
Course LanguageEnglish
Length Range30 Minutes or Less
Length (Hours)0.50
Course FeaturesAudio
Course FeaturesAccessible
Course FeaturesMobile
Course FeaturesVideo
Module Number(s)40652EN