Available courses

Description:

Performing a Job Hazard Analysis (i.e. Safety Analysis) may be the single most important method for preventing workplace injuries as it provides a proactive approach to identifying hazards before they lead to an injury. The course will provide the student with the tools to perform a JHA including tips for developing "task or job steps," hazards and means for abatement. Course will include several examples. In addition, course will teach means for ranking these hazards quantitatively (risk) based on frequency, severity, and probability of occurrence. The required amount of time to complete the course is dependent upon your knowledge of workplace safety, but we find that the average completion time is approximately 8 hours. You have up to six months to complete the course.

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will attain the designation of Job Hazard Analysis (JHA) Specialist. With this certificate, the student will have acquired the knowledge, skills and abilities to:

  • Recognize hazardous conditions in the workplace.
  • Disseminate the types of injuries that can occur as consequences to hazardous conditions.
  • Understand the Hierarchy of Hazard Control Measures and when to use them.
  • Conduct a Job Hazard Analysis by using the six-step process.
  • Calculate risk based on frequency, likelihood, and severity of hazards.
  • Apply the concept of Acceptable Risk to the Residual Risk Reduction method of reducing hazardous conditions.
  • Prioritize high-risk tasks to pro-actively eliminate hazardous conditions before they become injuries or illnesses.
  • Understand the process hazard analysis method and apply its common techniques of What-If and HAZOP in the evaluation of processes with highly hazardous chemicals.

Online Exams:

The student will take a comprehensive online exam at the end of the course. You must score 80% to receive a certificate. You have two opportunities to pass the exam.

Recertification:

A refresher course and exam will be required every three (3) years. 

Course Hours (hours/CEUs): 13:00 / 1.3



This course will provide a student with the knowledge necessary to work safely with and around scaffolds. The student will be able to identify: the hazards associated with scaffolds, safety requirements for different types of scaffolds, the responsibilities of employers and employees, and training requirements for scaffold safety. The required amount of time to complete the course is dependent upon your knowledge of workplace safety. You have up to three months to complete the course.

Upon successful completion of this course, the student will attain the designation of Scaffolding Safety Specialist (SSS). With this certificate, the student will have acquired the knowledge, skills and abilities to:

  • Identify and apply scaffold safety measures as required by OSHA regulations to ensure the minimum requirements for compliance are met and exceeded
  • Identify and apply scaffold safety measures for preventing individuals or objects from falling so that a safe work environment is successfully maintained
  • Identify various types of supported scaffolds and their unique safety requirements to ensure that they can safely work with many types of scaffolds
  • Identify various types of suspended scaffolds and their unique safety requirements to ensure that they can safely work with many types of scaffolds
  • Identify the specific requirements for aerial lifts and distinguish these requirements from other scaffolds so that they may implement the correct safety requirements
  • Identify the specific requirements for scissor lifts and distinguish these requirements from other scaffolds so that they may implement the correct safety requirements
  • Identify training requirements for scaffold safety so that they can establish and support scaffold training in the workplace
  • Analyze and identify safety hazards from real-world scaffold accidents so that awareness of potential safety hazards can be applied in the workplace.

Online Exams:

The student will take a comprehensive online exam at the end of the course. You must score 80% to receive a certificate. You have two opportunities to pass the exam.

Recertification:

A refresher course and exam will be required every three (3) years.

Course Hours (hours/CEUs): 16:00 / 1.6


Course Objectives:

Accidents are unplanned and unintentional events that result in harm or loss to personnel, property, production, or nearly anything that has some inherent value. Understanding how to prevent or control accidents requires an understanding of the sequence of events leading to an accident in order to identify and implement countermeasures that contain risks. The required amount of time to complete the course is dependent upon your knowledge of workplace safety. You have up to six months to complete the course.

  • Incident Investigation as an Element of an SMS
  • Loss Causation Model
  • The Initial Investigation at the Accident Scene
  • Immediate Post-Accident Actions
  • Documenting the Accident Scene
  • Controlling Evidence and Obtaining Witness Statements
  • Collecting, Preserving, and Documenting Evidence
  • Managing the Accident Investigation
  • Determining Direct, Contributing and Root Cause
  • Basic and Advanced Root Cause Analysis Tools and Techniques
  • Analyzing, Trending and Reporting the Results

Online Exams:

The student will take a comprehensive online exam at the end of the course. You must score 70% to receive a certificate. You have two opportunities to pass the exam.


Course Objectives:

An emergency can be anything that injures or has the potential to injure your employees, the environment, or your facility itself. Emergencies take the form of accidents, HAZMAT spills, fires, floods, tornadoes, hurricanes, terrorism, earthquake, and virtually any other event that may injure people, the environment, or property. You may be prepared to apply your resources to emergencies that involve your facility but are you prepared for emergencies that require resources beyond those of your company? Are you prepared for emergencies that affect your entire area or community?

Many facility safety professionals are unaware of the various other agencies and resources that are available in the event of an emergency or disaster. Therefore, they are unprepared to take advantage of the assistance available or to deal with the government and private agencies involved. This is illustrated by a safety professional who developed an elaborate site-specific emergency response plan, and trained and equipped his emergency response team only to have his first incident degenerated into chaos and confusion as his plan collapsed. When a petroleum spill occurred and the local fire, police, and EMS departments, the local fire marshal, the state fire marshal, state EPA, state OSHA, and the US Coast Guard all showed up, he was surprised and unprepared. When he was later told that these agencies should be a part of his emergency plans and that an Integrated Emergency Management System and Incident Command System was available that would make the arrival and deployment of these outside agencies nearly seamless, he realized his mistake. He had planned in a vacuum by planning as if an emergency would only involve his company's personnel and resources.

Managing emergencies on behalf of your facility may involve interaction with a multitude of government agencies. Some are there to help you with a vast array of equipment, expertise, and funds. Others are there to enforce laws and regulations. Regardless of their function and motivation, you must be prepared to work with them. These agencies include local city, county, state, and federal agencies, as well as a multitude of private, nonprofit corporations. There is a wealth of assistance available to you, your employees, and your facility from these resources.

The primary purpose of this course is to introduce you to a broader scope of emergency management in order to make you aware of the resources available to you and your employees and to help prepare you to be a good corporate citizen in planning and dealing with emergencies in your community. The required amount of time to complete the course is dependent upon your knowledge of workplace safety. You have up to six months to complete the course.

The course includes five modules:

1. Emergency Preparedness

2. Emergency Program Management

3. The Incident Command System

4. Disaster Assistance

5. Emergency Response to Terrorist

Our Emergency Management Specialist certification covers:

  • Emergency Preparedness
  • Emergency Program Management
  • The Incident Command System
  • Disaster Assistance
  • Emergency Response to Terrorism

Online Exams:

The student will take a comprehensive online exam at the end of the course. You must score 80% to receive certification. You have two opportunities to pass the exam.


Course Objectives:

This course prepares the student to meet the workplace safety needs for Fire Protection and Prevention, Exits and their requirements, Plans related to fire and other emergencies, and First Aid requirements. This course includes OSHA's recent changes to Subpart E and its new approach to what OSHA now refers to as their "Emergency Standards." The required amount of time to complete the course is dependent upon your knowledge of workplace safety. You have up to six months to complete the course.

Our Fire Protection/Prevention, Exit Routes, and Emergency Plans Specialist certification covers:

  • Workplace Fire Safety
  • Exit Routes
  • Medical Services and First Aid

Online Exams:

The student will take a comprehensive online exam at the end of the course. You must score 80% to receive certification. You have two opportunities to pass the exam.

Recertification:

A refresher course and exam will be required every three (3) years.


Description:

Understanding complex chemical and toxicological terms and concepts while reading an SDS or other emergency information can be difficult for even the most seasoned safety professional. This lesson reviews common terms and concepts used for hazardous chemicals in the workplace and covers the various labelling systems (GHS, HMIS, NFPA, DOT) typically used to comply with the Hazard Communication Standard.

Course Outline:

Section 1: Chemical Terms and Concepts

  • Basic Chemical Properties
  • Properties of Gases
  • Properties of Solids
  • Chemical Change

Section 2: Toxicology

  • Exposure and Concentration
  • Toxicological Values and Exposure Limits
  • Relation Between Contaminant Concentration and Oxygen Concentration
  • Acute vs. Chronic Effects
  • Local and Systemic Effects
  • Agents
  • Lethal Dose (LD) and Lethal Concentration (LC)
  • Occupational Exposure Limits
  • Permissible Exposure Limit
  • ACGIH Limits
  • Immediately Dangerous to Life or Health
  • Routes of Entry
  • Risk Factors

Section 3: Hazard Communication: Part I

  • Hazard Communication Evaluation
  • Labeling
  • Hazard Communication Standard Pictograms and Hazards
  • Hazard Materials Identification System
  • NFPA704

Section 4: Hazard Communication: Part II

  • Safety Data Sheet (SDS)
  • Hazard Communication Training
  • Hazard Communication Refresher Course Content


Description:

Emergency response to a HAZMAT incident requires extensive training. This lesson discusses to what groups the HAZWOPER standard applies, the difference between emergency response and incidental leaks and the various training requirements under the standard.

Course Sections:

1.0 Introduction to HAZWOPER.

1.1 Application and Scope

1.2 Required Safety and Health Plans and Programs

1.3 Related Requirements

1.4 Training

1.5 Medical Surveillance

1.6 PPE

1.7 Exposure Testing and Monitoring

1.8 Decontamination Procedure and Emergency Response

1.9 DOT Emergency Response Guide

Duration:

One-day course.

Exam:

Online 20 multiple-choice questions.

Certification:

Upon completion of the course, you will receive NASP/IASP certificate and a wallet card. Extra charges may apply for international shipping.

Accreditation:


Description:

Elimination or control of fire hazards in any workplace is of utmost importance. This lesson will cover the various components of fire detection devices, extinguishing systems, alarm systems as well as discuss the required elements of an Emergency Action and Fire Prevention Plan.

Course Content:

1.0  Fire Safety

  • 1.1  Fire survival
  • 1.2  Fire Tetrahedron
  • 1.3  Fire Extinguishers
  • 1.4  Fixed Extinguishing System

2.0  Fire Detection and Employee Alarm Systems

  • 2.1  Fire Detection
  • 2.2  Employee Alarm Systems
  • 2.3  Training

3.0  Exit Routes

  • 3.1  Basic Requirements
  • 3.2  Maintenance, Safeguards, and operational features

4.0  Fire Safety Plans

  • 4.1  Emergency Action Plan (EAP)
  • 4.2  Fire Prevention Plan

Duration:

Two days of classroom training (including hands-on training).

Two days online (instruction-led)

Self-Paced (using our platform and mobile app)

Exam:

Online multiple questions exam

Certificate:

You will receive IASP certificate and a wallet card including a student number. (Shipping cost is not included).


Description:

This course is designed for the busy environmental or safety professional who desires to improve their knowledge and credentials but has little time for classroom training. Understanding the quagmire of EPA and other applicable regulations can be an overwhelming task. This course provides a thorough review of the various regulations that may impact your facility. This includes hazardous waste management, SPCC and SWP3 Plans.

Our Environmental Specialist Certificate covers:

  • Introduction to the Environmental Protection Agency RCRA, CERCLA, SARA
  • Introduction to Hazardous Materials
  • Air, Water and Waste Permits
  • Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response
  • Hazardous Waste Management and Minimization
  • Spill Control and Containment Plans and Programs and used oil
  • Universal Wastes

Online Exams:

The student will take a comprehensive online exam at the end of the course. You must score 80% to receive a certificate. You have two opportunities to pass the exam.

Recertification:

A refresher course and exam will be required every three (3) years.

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وصف الدورة:

تقدم هذه الدورة مراجعة شاملة لمختلف اللوائح التي قد تؤثر على منشأتك. ويشمل ذلك إدارة النفايات الخطرة، وخطط منع الانسكابات ومكافحتها والتدابير المضادة SPCC و خطة الوقاية من تلوث مياه الأمطارSWP3.

:المواضيع التي سيتم تغطيتها

مقدمة لوكالة حماية البيئة RCRA، CERCLA، SARA
مقدمة للمواد الخطرة
تصاريح الهواء والماء والنفايات
عمليات النفايات الخطرة والاستجابة لحالات الطوارئ
إدارة النفايات الخطرة وتقليلها إلى أدنى حد
خطط وبرامج مكافحة الانسكابات والاحتواء والنفط المستعمل
النفايات العالمية

الامتحان النهائي:

سيخضع المتدرب لامتحان شامل عبر الإنترنت في نهاية الدورة. يجب أن تحصل على 80٪ حتى تحصل على الشهادة. لديك فرصتان لاجتياز الامتحان.

إعادة الاعتماد:

مطلوب دورة تنشيطية واختبار كل ثلاث (3) سنوات.