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Mold Remediation & Restoration for Supervisors and Managers for Construction Online
 

Mold Remediation & Restoration for Supervisors and Managers for Construction Online Course Description: This advanced Mold Remediation and Restoration online safety course is designed for those who need to correct mold issues. It includes the following three courses: Mold Information and Training, Mold Response Actions and Mold Maintenance Procedures.

Intended Audience: This Mold Response online course is designed for construction workers, managers, contractors, building owners and their representatives who have the responsibility to perform mold inspections on their job site according to OSHA regulations.

  • Construction Managers
  • Construction Supervisors
  • Construction Employees
  • Building Owners and Their Representatives

Learning Aids: Mold Information and Training online safety course will provide mold education in order to help contractors prevent mold claims. This course will also teach the basic guidelines, methods and best management practices for mold moisture recognition. In addition, this course provides the proper evaluation and control techniques for contractors, employees and owners involved in the mold prevention process.

Course Topics

  • Introduction to Mold Information and Training
  • Pre-Construction and Design
  • Construction Phase
  • Post Construction Phase
  • Managing a Water Event
  • Water Damage Guidelines
  • Mold Remediation
  • Finished Remediation and Cleanup
  • Checklist for Mold Remediation
  • Mold Prevention Plan

Features and Benefits: In this course, you will learn about the occupant’s role as the first line of defense against mold. This mold maintenance training is part of the Mold Action Plan training series developed by the attendees of the Mold Action Plan in Construction conference.

  • Maryland IAQ Task Force
  • Construction Mold Maintenance Committee
  • Maintenance Checklist

Upon successful completion of the course, each student has the ability to access and print your Completion Certificate at any time, 24/7.

Course Length:  1 Hour-45 Minutes

Registration: To enroll in this course please follow our Course Registration link below, and provide the information requested.

Pricing: $45.00

Mold, OSHA's Position for Construction Online
 

Mold, OSHA's Position for Construction Online Course Description: Mold can grow anywhere and is especially common in areas where leaks are found, or moisture collects. After physical contact with mold or breathing airborne spores, individuals may experience runny noses, red eyes, asthma attacks, skin irritation, and other health effects. Yet while these symptoms are often mild, exposure to some types of mold, or long-term exposure may lead to serious illness or death. To protect workers from the dangers associated with mold, OSHA has established guidelines within its General Duty Clause that require employers to comply with hazard-specific health and safety standards. The online Mold, OSHA's Position for Construction course examines OSHA standards for maintaining a mold-free environment and safe work practices for avoiding exposure.

Intended Audience: This intermediate-level online course is designed for all contractors and other professionals who provide mold and moisture remediation services, including construction contractors, supervisors, and employees, environmental consultants, and health and safety professionals. Additionally, it may be taken by anyone who needs more information about mold hazards and relevant OSHA training.

Learning Aids: During the Mold, OSHA's Position for Construction course, students will learn more about why mold is considered hazardous and how to prevent and remove it, including:

Course Topics

  • Identifying mold
  • Important facts about mold
  • Mold prevention and remediation plans
  • Common health effects of mold exposure
  • Personal protective equipment (PPE)
  • Mold sampling

Course materials also include a mold resource list to help business owners find professional help for mold infiltrations in the workplace.

Features and Benefits: Upon completion of the Mold, OSHA's Position for Construction course, students will understand the importance of mold cleanup and mold prevention, as well as the dangers of uncontrolled exposure. Course participants will learn how to prevent the growth of mold and follow regulations for protecting the health and safety of building occupants and employees.

Upon successful completion of the course, each student has the ability to access and print your Completion Certificate at any time, 24/7.

Course Length:  50 Minutes

Registration: To enroll in this course please follow our Course Registration link below, and provide the information requested.

Pricing: $35.00

Motorized Mobile Platforms for Construction Online
 

Motorized Mobile Platforms for Construction Online Course Description: In this intermediate Motorized Mobile Platforms for Construction online safety course, we will teach you about safeguards for mobile operations and different platforms, according to Federal OSHA standards. This Motorized Mobile Platforms course focuses on prevention of injury by providing up-to-date understanding of the equipment, systems and procedures used in mobile operations.

Intended Audience: This Motorized Mobile Platforms for Construction online course is designed for construction workers and managers who are responsible for the safety of their job site according to OSHA regulations.

  • Construction Foremen
  • Construction Supervisors
  • Construction Workers

Learning Aids: In this Motorized Mobile Platform/Aerial Lifts online course, you will learn how to maintain efficient operation, to increase productivity and to avoid accidents when using aerial lifts or motorized mobile platforms. You will also be made aware of the legal requirements for ensuring safety to the highest possible standard in the workplace. When successfully completed, you will understand basic guidelines and safeguards for mobile operations.

Course Topics

  • Introduction to Mobile Platforms/Aerial Lifts
  • Dangers of Mobile Platforms
  • General Types of Platforms
  • Scissor Lifts
  • Boom Lift
  • Forklift Mounted Personnel Baskets
  • Crane Baskets

Features and Benefits: By taking Motorized Mobile Platforms for Construction online safety course, you will be made aware of the importance of following safe procedures when using mobile platforms on the job site. When you finish this course successfully, you will:

  • Know basic guidelines and safeguards for mobile platform operations
  • Be familiar with special features of different platforms
  • Be able to follow safe procedures to maintain efficiency, increase productivity, and avoid accident

Upon successful completion of the course, each student has the ability to access and print your Completion Certificate at any time, 24/7.

Course Length: 45 Minutes

Registration: To enroll in this course please follow our Course Registration link below, and provide the information requested.

Pricing: $35.00

MSHA 4 Hour New Miner Part 1 Site Entry Training Online
 

MSHA 4 Hour New Miner Site Entry Training Part 1 Online Course Description: Part 46 of Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) regulations requires that mine operators and/or independent contractors provide no less than 4 hours of training to new miners before they enter a mine site. The training must address the hazards of working at a mine, as well as any hazards specific to the site. This online course can be used towards meeting these new miner training requirements.

MSHA 4 Hour New Miner Site Entry Training will provide the basics of staying safe and healthy around some common mine hazards, as well as other important information that all new miners should know, like miner’s rights and responsibilities, and the roles and responsibilities of supervisors and miner’s representatives.

NOTICE: This training is applicable only to MSHA Title 30, Part 46 regulations for non-coal surface mining. This training will not satisfy Part 48 training requirements. If you are uncertain whether you are required to have Part 46 or Part 48 training, please contact the mine(s) you are planning to enter.

 Intended Audience: This Mining industry online safety course is intended for those who work, or intend to work at a surface mine site, such as a mine for sand, gravel, or crushed stone, including:

  • Mine operator employees who have never worked in a mine
  • Contractors employees who have never worked in a mine
  • Experienced miners who have started work for a new employer or contractor and need to supplement their training

Learning Objectives: Following this training, you will learn:

  1. Some basics of what to expect in a mine environment
  2. How to be safe and healthy around some common hazards found at a mine
  3. General emergency actions common to surface mining operations
  4. Your rights as a miner with regard to safety and health
  5. The roles and responsibilities of supervisors and miner’s representatives
  6. Rules and procedures for reporting hazards

Course Topics

  • Introduction to the Work Environment
  • Recognition and Avoidance of Electrical and Other Hazards
  • Emergency Medical Procedures; Escape and Emergency Evacuation; Fire-warning Signals and Firefighting Procedures (Part 1)
  • Health and Safety Aspects of the Tasks to be Assigned
  • Statutory Rights of Miners and Their Representatives
  • Line Authority and Responsibilities of Supervisors, Miner’s Representatives
  • Introduction to Rules and Procedures for Reporting Hazards

Completion Requirements: Upon successful completion of the course, each student will receive a Certificate of Completion that will show the 0.4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and 4 Contact Hours received for this IACET-approved course.

Course Length: 4 Hours

Registration: To enroll in this course please follow our Course Registration link below, and provide the information requested.

Pricing: $79.00

MSHA 4 Hour New Miner Part 2 General Training Online
 

MSHA 4 Hour New Miner General Training Part 2 Online Course Description: Part 2 of new miner training adds to the subjects learned in Part 1. Part 1 provided the minimum level of training for beginning work at a mine site, including an introduction to the mine environment, instruction on recognizing and avoiding hazards, a review of basic emergency procedures, and some safety and health fundamentals on tasks a new miner may be assigned. Part 2 further discusses emergency procedures, and provides a review of first aid methods, as well as self-rescue and respiratory devices. New Miner Training, Part 2 will also discuss some of the hazards found at a mine site, such as the health hazards of silica dust, and the dangers and controls of welding and cutting, confined spaces, hazardous energies, and moving machine parts.

Part 46 of MSHA regulations requires that mine operators and/or independent contractors provide 24 hours of training within 90 days of when a new miner starts work. This online course can be used towards meeting this training requirement. 

NOTICE: This training is applicable only to MSHA Title 30, Part 46 regulations for non-coal surface mining.   This training will not satisfy Part 48 training requirements.  If you are uncertain whether you are required to have Part 46 or Part 48 training, please contact the mine(s) you are planning to enter.

Intended Audience: This Mining Industry online safety course is intended for those who work, or intend to work at a surface mine site, such as a mine for sand, gravel, or crushed stone, including:

  • Mine operator employees who have never worked in a mine
  • Contractor employees who have never worked in a mine
  • Experienced miners who have started work for a new employer or contractor who need to supplement their training

Learning Objectives: With this training, a worker will learn important principles for working at a surface mine with regard to:

  • The mine environment
  • General procedures for common emergencies, including fire prevention and control
  • First aid methods
  • Self-rescue devices and respirators
  • Staying safe and healthy around the hazards of silica dust, welding and cutting, hazardous energies (including electrical energy), confined spaces, conveyors, and moving machine parts

Completion Requirements: Upon successful completion, each student will receive a Certificate of Completion that will show the 0.4 Continuing Education Units (CEUs) and 1 Contact Hour received for this IACET-approved course.  Each student will also receive an MSHA-specific New Miner Training Record form which align which align with MSHA requirements in Part 46.

Course Lenght: 4 Hours

Registration: To enroll in this course please follow our Course Registration link below, and provide the information requested.

Pricing: $79.00

MSHA Part 46 2020 Refresher (8 Hour) Online
 

MSHA Part 46 2020 Refresher (8 Hour) Online Course Description: Mining operations demand that workers always maintain focus on safety.  Accordingly, the Mine Safety and Health Administration (MSHA) requires a refresher training course every year for miners working in surface mining sites to reinforce proper methods for workplace safety. The MSHA Part 46 2020 Refresher (8 Hour) Course  gives a comprehensive view of key topics to help all workers working in sand, gravel, surface stone, surface clay, colloidal phosphate, surface limestone mines, or engaged in shell dredging, promote a safe and healthy work environment and compliance on the jobsite.

NOTICE: This training is applicable only to MSHA Title 30, Part 46 regulations for sand, gravel, surface stone, surface clay, colloidal phosphate, surface limestone mines, or shell dredging. This training will not satisfy Part 48 training requirements. If you are uncertain whether you are required to have Part 46 or Part 48 training, please contact the mine(s) you are planning to enter

Intended Audience: This 8 Hour online course is appropriate for surface miners who have completed new miner or newly employed, experienced miner training within the last 12 months, including:

  • Miners
  • Supervisors
  • Managers
  • Mine operators
  • Miners' representatives
  • Subcontractors

The course should NOT be taken by: Anyone considered a new miner by MSHA standards, including individuals working in a mine for the first time and experienced miners working in a new type of mine for the first time.

  • Individuals seeking to fulfill MSHA Title 30, Part 48 training requirements
  • Note: For more information, please reach out to the mine operator.
  • NOTICE: This training is applicable only to MSHA Title 30, Part 46 regulations for sand, gravel, surface stone, surface clay, colloidal phosphate, surface limestone mines, or shell dredging. This training will not satisfy Part 48 training requirements.  If you are uncertain whether you are required to have Part 46 or Part 48 training, please contact the mine(s) you are planning to enter.

Learning Objectives: During the course, students will cover essential topics in surface mine safety and health standards, including:

  • A review of the mine work environment
  • Best practices for recognizing, avoiding and reporting common hazards, including electricity, hazardous energies, confined spaces and conveyors
  • Fire warning signals and firefighting best practices
  • Health and safety aspects of mining tasks
  • Essential safety topics, including first aid, emergency medical procedures and the use of PPE (respirators and self-rescue devices)
  • The dangers of silica dust and blood-borne pathogens
  • Emergency situations, including escape and evacuation
  • MSHA miners' rights and responsibilities
  • Supervisor and representative MSHA roles and responsibilities
  • Machine guarding

New for 2020 - the course now features interactive components to create a 360 degree view for hazards assessments.

Completion Requirements: Upon completion, you will have met the MSHA Title 30, Part 46 training regulations for shell dredging and sand, gravel, surface stone, surface clay, colloidal phosphate and surface limestone mining, for 12 months. To ensure compliance, mine operators and contractors must update their MSHA Part 46 Training Plan to include the annual refresher.

Features and Benefits: As required by MSHA, the MSHA Part 46 2020 Refresher (8 Hour) Course will consist of eight hours of training and adheres to MSHA Part 46 standards. Course participants will receive:

  • 0.8 continuing education units from an accredited IACET provider
  • Voice-narrated content
  • Updated materials that reflect the most recently available mine incidents resulting in fatalities, serious injury and citation
  • A certificate of completion

Participants must pass each knowledge checkpoint with at least a score of 70% and fill out the course evaluation form to receive a certificate. 

Upon successful completion of the course, each student has the ability to access and print your Completion Certificate at any time, 24/7.

Course Lenght: 8 Hours

Registration: To enroll in this course please follow our Course Registration link below, and provide the information requested.

Pricing: $149.00

NFPA 70E (2018) Electrical Safety for Supervisors and Managers in All Industries Online
 

NFPA 70E (2018) Electrical Safety for Supervisors and Managers in All Industries Online Course Description: This is an advanced online safety course updated to reflect the changes to the NFPA 70E standard for 2018. This course addresses electrical safety in the workplace under the NFPA 70E standard, emphasizing supervisory and management responsibilities for ensuring safe working practices around electrical hazards. Course topics include a discussion of the importance of NFPA 70E and how the standard is organized, requirements for an electrical safety program, establishing and verifying an electrically safe work condition, energized electrical work, shock and arc flash risk assessments and approach boundaries. Requirements for equipment labeling, illumination, housekeeping, confined spaces, flammable materials, and personal protective equipment are also covered, all from a management perspective.

This course is intended to provide NFPA 70E guidance for supervisors, managers, and electricians in any industry where exposure to electrical current is greater than 50 volts. Basic training in electrical safety is assumed prior to taking the course.

Several significant changes have been made in the 2018 edition of NFPA 70E, including the following:

  • Updates to procedures for creating risk assessments
  • Increased emphasis on the use of the hierarchy of risk controls when evaluating and implementing controls
  • More logical step by step guidelines in Article 120 for establishing an electrically safe work condition
  • Modifications to the arc flash hazard identification table to make it available to both incident energy analysis and PPE category methods for determining the likelihood ofan arc flash

Intended Audience: This online safety course is for those who work around potential workplace electrical hazards, in all industries:

  • Workers (including workers whose exposure may not be part of their regular job responsibilities)
  • Electricians
  • Supervisors
  • Managers

Learning Aids: The topics covered in this course include identification of and protection from electrical safety hazards leading to arc flash, and how to establish an electrically safe work condition as outlined in the NFPA 70E standard, updated in 2018.

Specifically, the student will be able to:

  1. Recognize the history and purpose of the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) and the 2018 NFPA 70E standard
  2. Identify responsibilities and training requirements for Qualified and Un-qualified persons
  3. Recognize what is required to achieve an electrically safe work condition through an effective safety program
  4. Identify safeguards and controls for work involving electrical hazards, including the use of personal protective equipment, labels, warnings, and barricade
  5. Identify host employer and contractor responsibilities required by NFPA 70E 

Course Topics

  • Overview of NFPA 70E (2018)
  • Changes to 2018 Edition
  • Electrical Safety Program
  • Qualified Persons
  • Work Involving Electrical Hazards
  • PPE and Equipment

Features and Benefits:

  • Updated for 2018 Edition of NFPA 70E
  • Introductory level for those potentially exposed to the hazards of electrical work
  • Describes basic requirements for protecting workers from electrical hazards

Upon successful completion of the course, each student has the ability to access and print your Completion Certificate at any time, 24/7.

Course Length:  2 Hours

Registration: To enroll in this course please follow our Course Registration link below, and provide the information requested.

Pricing: $55.00

NFPA 70E (2018) for Qualified Persons in All Industries Online
 

NFPA 70E (2018) for Qualified Persons in All Industries Online Course Description: NFPA 70E (2018) for Qualified Persons in All Industries is for those personnel seeking employer authorization as a qualified person, or those looking to be retrained, under Article 110.2 (D)(1) of the electrical safety standard from the National Fire Protection Association (NFPA), titled NFPA 70E, Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace.

According to the definition in NFPA 70E, a qualified person is “one who has demonstrated skills and knowledge related to the construction and operation of electrical equipment and installations, and has received safety training to identify and avoid the hazards involved.”NFPA 70E requires that only a qualified person perform work on or near exposed and energized electrical conductors or circuit parts. A qualified person must be knowledgeable of:

  • Safe work procedures and precautionary techniques
  • Selection and use of PPE, including insulating and shielding materials, insulated tools, and test equipment
  • Emergency practices, such as the ways to release a victim of shock who is in contact with an exposed conductor or circuit part

Note: This course will cover the NFPA 70E safety standards as they relate to being a qualified person. Before beginning any work, those seeking to be qualified persons must undertake training under the direct supervision of an authorized qualified person to demonstrate their ability to safely perform specific duties. Because of the NFPA requirement to demonstrate skills under direct supervision, this online course must be followed with on-the-job training and supervision.

Intended Audience: This course will cover NFPA 70E standards as they relate to being a qualified person, for electricians seeking consideration as qualified persons or those looking to be retrained.

  • Electricians seeking to become a qualified person
  • Electricians labeled as qualified persons looking to be retrained

Learning Aids: NFPA 70E for Qualified Persons is an online course that will cover NFPA 70E standards as they relate to being a qualified person, for electricians seeking consideration as qualified persons or those looking to be retrained. The course must be coupled with on the-job training to become a qualified person.

When you have successfully completed this course, you will:

  • Understand important requirements contained in NFPA 70E, particularly as they pertain to being a qualified person for work around electrical equipment, and including:
  • Content of an electrical safety program for the workplace
  • Training and job briefing requirements
  • Responsibilities of everyone who works with or near electrical equipment, qualified or unqualified
  • Describe elements of an electrically safe work condition
  • Recognize the important safety concepts for working around energized electrical equipment, including:
    • Justification for energized work
    • Identification of hazards and the assessment of risks
    • Identification and use of protective shock and arc flash boundaries
    • Control of electrical energy through lockout/tagout
    • Selection, use, and maintenance of personal protective equipment

Understand the safety requirements found in NFPA 70E for working around electrolytic cells, batteries, lasers, and power electronic equipment

Course Topics

The course will follow the NFPA 70E standard with the following 5 one-hour modules:

  • An Introduction to NFPA 70E
  • Establishing an Electrically Safe Work Condition
  • Working While Exposed to Electrical Hazards
  • Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Requirements for Safety-Related Maintenance and Special Equipment

Features and Benefits: NFPA 70E for Qualified Persons course is a useful tool, when coupled with the necessary on-the-job training, for electricians looking to become or be retrained in becoming a Qualified Person. The course includes the following features and benefits:

  • Updated to reference NFPA 70E 2018 changes
  • Interactive media to help students enhance learning experience
  • Enhanced learning through case studies and interactive exercise

Upon successful completion of the course, each student has the ability to access and print your Completion Certificate at any time, 24/7.

Course Length:  5 Hours

Registration: To enroll in this course please follow our Course Registration link below, and provide the information requested.

Pricing: $125.00

Noise and Hearing Conservation for General Industry Online
 

Noise and Hearing Conservation for General Industry Online Course Description: Noise and Hearing Conservation for General Industry is an intermediate online safety course that covers the exposure to, control of and protection from excessive work site noise. In this noise safety course, you will be introduced to the many noise sources in the workplace. You will also be instructed on the importance of a hearing conservation program as it offers ways to minimize noise and of the use of hearing protection. This course references OSHA Standard 29 CFR 1910.95 for General Industry and 29 CFR 1926.

Intended Audience: This Noise and Hearing Conservation online safety course is designed for all employees and managers in the General Industry sector with exposure to or management of noise and hearing conservation in the workplace.

  • Manufacturing
  • Warehousing and Distribution
  • Property Management
  • Retail Services
  • Trade and Transportation
  • Hospitality

Learning Aids: This online training will focus on noise and hearing conservation according to OSHA’s regulations and requirements. We will discuss how to deal with noise on the job site, learn about noise characteristics and how to minimize noise exposure. When finished, you will have a better understanding of how hearing protection can prevent permanent damage to your hearing.

Course Topics

  • Introduction to Noise and Hearing Conservation
  • OSHA Regulations and Requirements
  • Noise Characteristics
  • Dealing with Noise

Features and Benefits: Noise and Hearing Conservation online safety course offers ways to protect your hearing. By taking this course and successfully completing it, you will know that:

  • Exposure to continuous or short-term impact noise can slowly and irreversibly destroy your hearing
  • Hearing protection can prevent permanent damage to your hearing
  • Federal and state regulations need to be followed to ensure workplace safety

Upon successful completion of the course, each student has the ability to access and print your Completion Certificate at any time, 24/7.

Course Length:  20 Minutes

Registration: To enroll in this course please follow our Course Registration link below, and provide the information requested.

Pricing: $35.00

Noise and Hearing Protection for Construction Online
 

Noise and Hearing Protection for Construction Online Course Description: In this intermediate online safety course, you will learn about Noise and Hearing Protection, according to Federal OSHA standards. This Noise and Hearing Protection course focuses on prevention of injury by wearing the protective equipment required for your specific job. Wearing the correct hearing protection can prevent permanent damage to your hearing and reduce injury at your workplace.

Intended Audience: This Noise and Hearing Protection online course is designed for construction workers and managers who are responsible for the safety of their job site according to OSHA regulations.

  • Construction Foremen
  • Construction Supervisors
  • Construction Workers

Learning Aids: We will teach you how hearing protection can prevent permanent damage to your hearing. Also, you will be informed on the legal requirements for ensuring safety to the highest possible standard in the workplace.

Course Topics

  • Introduction to Noise and Hearing Protection
  • Introduction to Noise
  • OSHA Regulations
  • Noise Characteristics
  • Dealing with Noise

Features and Benefits: After taking Noise and Hearing Protection online safety course, you will be aware of the importance of wearing hearing protection on construction sites. Once you have successfully finished studying the material in this course, you will:

  • Understand exposure to, control of and protection from excessive jobsite noise
  • Know that hearing loss is painless and gradual
  • Know to avoid excessive noise at work or play

Upon successful completion of the course, each student has the ability to access and print your Completion Certificate at any time, 24/7.

Course Length: 15 Minutes

Registration: To enroll in this course please follow our Course Registration link below, and provide the information requested.

Pricing: $35.00

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