Safe Jobs Are No Accident

 

Safety happens when employers make a conscious decision, each and every day, to make protecting workers a priority. In partnership with safety expert Troy Hackworth of SafeWorkday, we’ve developed comprehensive safety courses to help you meet your OSHA training requirements. Unlike canned, off-the-shelf courses, eLearning Brothers Safety Training gives you full control of your safety training, to save lives and protect workers from incidents that can impact their families for generations.

 

Each Course Includes:

  • A fully editable Flow version of the course

Active Shooter Response

An active shooter incident can happen in any workplace, at any time. Grounded in a no-nonsense approach to planning and preparing for the unthinkable, this curriculum blends in learnings from the latest FBI research to enhance the Run-Hide-Fight strategy promoted by US Homeland Security. Workers learn specific, actionable steps to defend themselves and others when confronted with an active shooter, as well as how to respond when law enforcement arrives. Easily customize the learning for your specific work conditions, policies, and Emergency Action Plan.

  • Active Shooter Myth vs Reality - Distinguish between common active shooter myths and realities and identify words and actions that are potential warning signs for incidents of violence.
  • Prepare Now for an Active Shooter - Recognize the importance of mentally preparing for an active shooter scenario, describe how to respond if you hear a sound that may be gunfire, and explain actions you can take to plan your response in advance of an active shooter event.
  • Survival Mindset - Explain the benefits of a survival mindset, describe how training affects your ability to react in an emergency situation, and identify tactics to develop a survival mindset.
  • Run, Hide, Fight from an Active Shooter - Describe actions to take if confronted with an active shooter.
  • When Law Enforcement Arrives - Describe actions to take in an active shooter situation when law enforcement officers arrive and explain what to expect from first responders during an active shooter situation.
  • Managing Consequences of an Active Shooter Incident - Identify actions to take following an active shooter incident and describe resources to assist workers in recovering from extreme workplace violence.

Back Safety

Take care of your back, and your back will take care of you! In this curriculum, your learners will understand their backs, recognize injury risk factors, demonstrate ways to eliminate or reduce back injury hazards, know how to handle materials safely, and recoenigze and report concerns when it comes to back safety.

  • Back Safety: You Need to Know - Identify the parts of a healthy human spine and describe how your back works.
  • Understanding Back Pain - Identify three main sources of back pain and describe simple steps to help keep your back pain free.
  • Back Injury Risk Factors at Home & Work - Identify personal and occupational risk factors for back injury and describe repetitive actions that increase risk of back injury.
  • Reducing Your Risk of Back Injury - Explain back injury risk factors
  • Materials Handling for Back Safety - Identify best practices for manual materials handling and list the steps to take for safer lifting.
  • Recognize & Report a Back Injury - Recognize the primary symptoms of back injury, identify steps to take if back pain occurs, and explain the importance of reporting back injury.

Bloodborne & Airborne Pathogens

Training for exposure to bloodborne or airborne pathogens is critical for worker safety.  In this curriculum, you will learn to identify bloodborne and airborne pathogen hazards, describe exposure controls and safe work practices, and list actions to take if an exposure incident occurs.

  • Bloodborne Pathogens: You Need to Know - Define bloodborne pathogens and describe occupational exposure for bloodborne disease.
  • Bloodborne Diseases: HBV, HCV, HIV - Describe the characteristics and hazards of three major bloodborne diseases: HBV, HCV, HIV.
  • Airborne Diseases: You Need to Know - Define airborne pathogens, explain how airborne diseases are transmitted in the workplace, list practices to help prevent the spread of airborne disease at work.
  • Airborne Diseases: TB & FLU - Describe the characteristics and hazards of two major airborne diseases: TB & Flu.
  • Work Practices to Control Pathogen Exposure - List precautions to take when cleaning and decontaminating materials which may be infected with blood or OPIM, describe best practices for disposing of biohazards, and explain precautions for workers trained and authorized to provide first aid.
  • Pathogen Exposure Incident Response - Explain actions to take if an exposure incident occurs and list employer responsibilities following an exposure incident.
  • Exposure Control Plan - Describe exposure controls to protect against bloodborne and airborne pathogens.

Control of Hazardous Energy: Lockout / Tagout

Workers can be seriously or fatally injured if machinery they service or maintain unexpectedly energizes, starts up, or releases stored energy. In this curriculum, you will learn how to identify workplace energy hazards, list safe practices to control hazardous energy, and describe the workplace energy control program.

  • How Hazardous Energy Works - Differentiate between potential (stored) and kinetic energy and explain how potential energy can create a hidden hazard.
  • Types of Hazardous Energy - Identify forms of hazardous energy in the workplace and describe the hazards posed by each energy type.
  • LOTO Procedure 1: Lockout/Tagout - Describe a basic lockout/tagout procedure and explain Energy Control Procedure requirements.
  • LOTO Procedure 2: Return to Service - Explain the procedure for returning electrical equipment to service once maintenance is complete.
  • Workplace Energy Control Program - Describe workplace Energy Control Program (ECP) requirements.

Electrical Safety - Unqualified

This curriculum provides basic electrical safety knowledge for ALL workers who are not qualified to do electrical work but who use electrical tools and appliances, or might be in the vicinity of live electrical work. Your learners will understand how electricity works, recognize workplace electrical hazards, protect yourself from workplace electrical hazards, and know what to do if electric shock occurs. 

  • Electrical Safety 1: You need to Know - Compare and contrast static electricity with an electrical current, explain insulators and conductor and describe how an electric current works.
  • Electrical Safety 2: Workplace Electrical Hazards - Recognize workplace electrical hazards.
  • Electrical Safety 3: Safe Work Practices - Identify safe work practices for electrical cords and equipment and examine best practices for working with or around electric powered tools.
  • Electrical Injuries - Describe injuries caused by electric shock or exposure to other electrical hazards.
  • Electrical Contact Release - Explain the procedure for safe Electrical Contact Release.
  • First Aid: Electrical Shock - Explain how to provide first aid for an electrical shock victim until help arrives.

Fire Prevention and Safety

Fire safety measures help prevent ignition of an uncontrolled fire, and limit the danger and damage of a fire after it starts. This curriculum will help workers understand what causes fires, how to prevent and protect against fires, evacuation procedures, and what to do if a fire injury occurs.

  • Fire Safety: You Need to Know - Describe the three ingredients that make fire and explain the most common causes of workplace fires.
  • Preventing Workplace Fire - Describe steps you can take to prevent fire at your workplace.
  • Fire: Fight or Flee - Explain when to try to extinguish a small fire and when to evacuate.
  • Using a Fire Extinguisher - Select the correct fire extinguisher for different types of fires and describe how to use a fire extinguisher to put out a small fire.
  • Fire: Evacuation Procedures - Describe general evacuation procedures in case of fire.
  • First Aid: Burns - Identify the differences between major and minor burns and describe actions to take in case of burn injury.
  • First Aid: Shock - Identify five conditions that can trigger shock and describe actions to take if someone could be going into shock.

First Aid

First aid training can equip you with the skills and knowledge to help save a life. This introductory curriculum provides a first step as a foundation for follow-on hands-on training. Learn basic first aid to know how to respond when an emergency happens.

  • First Aid: Burns - Identify the differences between major and minor burns and describe actions to take in case of burn injury.
  • First Aid: Shock - Identify five conditions that can trigger shock and describe actions to take if someone could be going into shock.
  • First Aid: Heat Illness - Know what to do if you recognize the symptoms of heat illness.
  • First Aid: Electrical Shock - Explain how to provide first aid for an electrical shock victim until help arrives.

Forklift Safety

Forklifts may look easy to use, but there's a lot of important information you need to know to operate one safely! This curriculum will help you identify how forklifts work, prepare to safely operate them, understand how to drive and maneuver a forklift safely, examine stability and safe load handling, and identify safe forklift practices in the workplace.

  • How Forklifts Work - Describe how forklifts are powered and identify common parts of a forklift.
  • Forklifts: Operator Inspection & Maintenance - Identify items included in a typical pre-use forklift inspection and describe actions to take if you suspect a mechanical problem.
  • Forklifts: Safe Driving - Explain safe practices for starting, driving, and stopping a forklift and describe actions to take in case of tip-over.
  • Forklifts: Stability - Explain basic principles that govern forklift balance and stability.
  • Forklifts: Load Handling - Describe best practices for safely preparing and handling a load with a forklift.
  • Forklifts: Workplace Conditions - Identify potentially hazardous operating conditions in the workplace, describe best practices for driving at grade and on ramps, and explain actions to take to avoid indoor air quality hazards.
  • Forklifts: Safe Work Practices - Describe safe work practices to protect forklift operators and pedestrians from injury.
  • Forklift Safety Program - Describe general workplace Forklift Safety Program requirements.

Hazcom: Your Right to Understand

You have a right to understand the risks associated with working with hazardous materials.  This HazCom curriculum will help you to understand the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard, how hazardous chemicals affect your body, the GHS compliant product labels, Safety Data Sheets and where to find them, and how to protect yourself from hazardous chemicals.

  • HazCom: How Chemicals Affect Your Body - Describe health hazards caused by chemicals, list five ways chemicals enter into the body and explain the effect of chemical dose and toxicity.
  • Understanding GHS 1: Safety Data Sheets (SDS) - Identify the information found on a GHS compliant Safety Data Sheet (SDS).
  • Understanding GHS 2: Hazard Pictograms - Identify the health and physical hazards represented by GHS Hazard Pictograms.
  • Understanding GHS 3: GHS Labels - Identify the components of a GHS compliant label.
  • HazCom: Protect Yourself - Describe protective measures to protect yourself from hazardous chemical exposure.
  • Hazard Communication Program - Describe general workplace Hazard Communication (HazCom) Program Requirements.

Hearing Conservation

This safety curriculum is focused on helping your learners conserve their hearing. Learners will understand how dangerous noise works, describe methods to recognize and measure noise levels, understand ear damage and testing, as well as identify steps to protect their hearing.

  • Understanding Hearing Loss - Describe noise-induced hearing loss, explain how hearing works, and identify other harmful effects of noise exposure.
  • Recognize & Measure Noise Hazards - Identify common noise hazards, describe how noise exposure is measured, and summarize hazardous noise exposure levels.
  • PPE: Intro to Hearing Protection - Describe Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) requirements to conserve and protect your hearing.
  • Audiometric Testing for Hearing Conservation - Explain the purpose and process for audiometric testing.
  • Hearing Conservation Program - Describe general workplace Hearing Conservation Program requirements.

Machine Guards Safety

Machine guards are extremely important for keeping workers safe around hazardous equipment.  This curriculum will show you the types of movement that create mechanical hazards, the requirements of machine safeguards, three methods of machine safeguarding, and other safe work practices.

  • Understanding Machine Hazards 1: Actions - Describe machine actions that cause hazards.
  • Understanding Machine Hazards 2: Areas - Describe areas where machine hazards occur.
  • Understanding Machine Hazards 3: Motions - Describe machine motions that create hazards.
  • Machine Guard Requirements - Identify requirements of machine safeguards.
  • Machine Guard Methods 1: Barrier Guards - Identify 4 barrier guard methods to protect workers from machine hazards.
  • Machine Guard Methods 2: Safeguarding Devices - Identify 4 safeguarding device methods to protect workers from machine hazards.
  • Machine Guard Methods 3: Other Safeguards - Identify 3 alternate methods to protect workers from machine hazards.
  • Machine Guards: Safe Work Practices - Identify general safe work practices for working on or around hazardous machines.

New Worker Safety Orientation

This curriculum provides an introduction to safety best practices in the workplace.  Your new workers will learn how to identify common workplace hazards, summarize safe work practices, describe emergency procedures, identify workplace PPE, and describe the Incident Prevention and Reporting process.

  • Recognizing Workplace Hazards - Identify common workplace hazards.
  • Emergency Procedures for New Workers - Describe what to do if a workplace emergency occurs.
  • Intro to Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) - Explain requirements for workplace Personal Protective Equipment and describe seven major categories of PPE.
  • Incident Prevention and Reporting - Describe controls that prevent a workplace incident and explain workplace hazard and injury reporting procedures.

Occupational Heat Exposure

Every year thousands of workers become sick or are fatally injured due to occupational heat exposure.  This curriculum teaches workers how to recognize heat exposure hazards and provides tactics to avoid heat illness.  Workers learn what to do in the event they or a coworker suffers from heat exposure.  Easily customize the learning for your specific work conditions and policies.  

  • Heat Stress: You Need to Know - Recognize workplace heat exposure hazards and describe the signs and symptoms of heat stress and heat-related illness.
  • Heat Stress: Water, Rest, Shade - Explain the role water, rest, and shade play in protecting you and others from heat illness.
  • Reducing Your Risk of Heat Illness - Describe strategies used to reduce or eliminate heat hazards.
  • First Aid: Heat Illness - Know what to do if you recognize the symptoms of heat illness.
  • Heat Stress Program - Describe general workplace Heat Stress Program requirements.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is clothing or equipment designed to protect workers from physical hazards when on a worksite. After completing this curriculum, your learners will be able to explain general PPE requirements, a basic hazard assessment, and how to select appropriate PPE based on identified workplace hazards.  

  • PPE: Intro to PPE Selection - Describe PPE selection criteria to meet identified safety requirements of a job or task and identify seven major categories of PPE and the associated hazards protected by each.
  • PPE: Intro to Head Protection - Describe requirements for Personal Protective Equipment for your head.
  • PPE: Intro to Hand & Arm Protection - Describe requirements for Personal Protective Equipment to protect your hands and arms.
  • PPE: Intro to Foot & Leg Protection - Describe requirements for Personal Protective Equipment to protect your feet and legs.
  • PPE: Intro to Eye & Face Protection - Describe requirements for Personal Protective Equipment to protect your eyes and face.
  • PPE: Intro to Body Protection - Describe requirements for Personal Protective Equipment to protect your body.
  • PPE: Intro to Filtering Facepiece Respirators - Explain when to use a filtering facepiece respirator. Describe considerations for selecting a filtering facepiece respirator.
  • PPE: Using a Filtering Facepiece Respirator - Explain the procedure for performing a respirator pre-check for a filtering facepiece respirator. Describe steps for wearing, testing, and removing the respirator.
  • PPE: Intro to Cartridge Type Respirators - Explain when to use three types of cartridge respirators: half mask, full mask, PAPR and describe considerations for cartridge selection and replacement.
  • PPE: Using a Cartridge Type Respirator - Explain the procedure for performing a respirator pre-check for a cartridge respirator: half mask, full mask, PAPR and describe steps for donning, testing, and doffing the respirator.
  • PPE: Intro to Atmosphere Supplying Respirators - Describe three types of atmosphere supplying respirators: SAR, SCBA, Combination SAR and identify situations for which you would select an atmosphere supplying respirator.
  • PPE: Using SCBA Type Respirators - Explain the procedure for performing a respirator pre-check for a Self-contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) and describe steps for donning, testing, and doffing the respirator.
  • PPE: Using SAR Type Respirators - Explain the procedure for performing a respirator pre-check for a Supplied Air Respirator (SAR) and Combination SAR respirator, and describe steps for donning, testing, and doffing the respirator.
  • PPE: Intro to Hearing Protection - Describe Personal Protection Equipment (PPE) requirements to conserve and protect your hearing.
  • PPE: Intro to Personal Fall Protection (PFAS) - Identify fall protection PPE requirements. Describe the basic elements of three types of fall protection PPE.
  • PPE Safety Program - Describe general workplace PPE Program Requirements.

Respiratory Safety

You only get one pair of lungs! In this curriculum, your learners will understand the basics of respiratory hazards and protection, learn about the different types of respirators, understand respirator maintenance and storage, and find out about respiratory protection program requirements.

  • Understanding Respiratory Hazards - Identify four categories of respiratory hazards, define Immediately Dangerous to Life or Health (IDLH) conditions, and explain when respiratory protection is required.
  • PPE: Intro to Filtering Facepiece Respirators - Explain when to use a filtering facepiece respirator and
  • PPE: Using a Filtering Facepiece Respirator - Explain the procedure for performing a respirator pre-check for a filtering facepiece respirator and describe steps for wearing, testing, and removing the respirator.
  • PPE: Intro to Cartridge Type Respirators - Explain when to use three types of cartridge respirators: half mask, full mask, PAPR and describe considerations for cartridge selection and replacement.
  • PPE: Using a Cartridge Type Respirator - Explain the procedure for performing a respirator pre-check for a cartridge respirator: half mask, full mask, PAPR and describe steps for donning, testing, and doffing the respirator.
  • PPE: Intro to Atmosphere Supplying Respirators - Describe three types of atmosphere supplying respirators: SAR, SCBA, Combination SAR and identify situations for which you would select an atmosphere supplying respirator.
  • PPE: Using SAR Type Respirators - Explain the procedure for performing a respirator pre-check for a Supplied Air Respirator (SAR) and Combination SAR respirator, and describe steps for donning, testing, and doffing the respirator.
  • PPE: Using SCBA Type Respirators - Explain the procedure for performing a respirator pre-check for a Self-contained Breathing Apparatus (SCBA) and describe steps for donning, testing, and doffing the respirator.
  • Respiratory Protection Program - Explain respirator selection criteria and describe testing procedures to ensure a proper respirator fit.
  • Respirator Selection & Fit - Identify respirator inspection points, describe a typical respirator cleaning process, and explain respirator storage requirements.
  • Respirator Inspection & Care - Describe Respiratory Protection Program Requirements.

Safety Attitudes and Actions

Workplace safety culture is a result of positive attitudes towards safety from workers and management that lead to safer actions and consequences.  This curriculum will help workers define and explain the role of attitude in workplace safety.  Use this curriculum as a safety "tune-up" to remind every worker of actions they can take to keep the workplace and coworkers safe.  Easily customize the learning for your specific culture, industry, and policies.

  • Your Workplace Safety Attitude - Define workplace safety attitudes and examine how the behavioral aspects of attitude affect workplace safety.
  • Your Workplace Safety Culture - Explain the role of attitude and culture in workplace safety.

Safety & Health Program Management

A safe workplace is sound business. The main goal of safety and health programs is to prevent workplace injuries, illnesses, and deaths, as well as the suffering and financial hardship these events can cause for workers, their families, and employers. OSHA recommends starting with a basic program and simple goals and growing from there. This curriculum provides the basic introduction you need to take a proactive approach to managing workplace safety and health. 

  • Forklift Safety Program - Describe general workplace Forklift Safety Program requirements.
  • PPE Safety Program - Describe general workplace PPE Program Requirements.
  • Respiratory Protection Program - Describe Respiratory Protection Program Requirements.
  • Hearing Conservation Program - Describe general workplace Hearing Conservation Program requirements.
  • Exposure Control Plan - Describe exposure controls to protect against bloodborne and airborne pathogens.
  • Heat Stress Program - Describe general workplace Heat Stress Program requirements.
  • Workplace Energy Control Program - Describe workplace Energy Control Program (ECP) requirements.
  • Hazard Communication Program - Describe general workplace Hazard Communication (HazCom) Program Requirements.
  • Recognizing Workplace Hazards - Identify common workplace hazards.

Scaffolding

Working at height with scaffolding accounts for some of the top most cited OSHA safety violations. This training will help workers identify scaffolding hazards, describe the duties of a "Competent Person," summarize basic scaffold requirements, use fall protection and guardrails, and explain worker training requirements.

  • Understanding Scaffolding Types - Identify characteristics of the four main categories of scaffold
  • Scaffolding: Safe Work Practices - List the five most common scaffolding hazards. Explain safe work practices for working on or around scaffolding.
  • Planking, Footings, & Base - Summarize basic scaffolding platform requirements. Describe basic safety considerations for scaffold footings and base.
  • Capacity, Deflection, & Height - Explain the importance of Capacity, Deflection, and Height in scaffold safety. Summarize the calculations for safe scaffold Capacity, Deflection, and Height.
  • Scaffold Fall Protection - Summarize basic fall protection requirements for scaffolds. Describe scaffold safe work practices to prevent falls from height. 
  • PPE: Intro to Personal Fall Protection (PFAS) - Identify fall protection PPE requirements. Describe the basic elements of three types of fall protection PPE.
  • When Falls Happen - Explain ways to help reduce injury from a fall and describe steps to take if a fall injury occurs.

Slips, Trips, and Falls

Fall protection training failures consistently rank among the top 10 most frequently cited OSHA violations. This Slips, Trips, and Falls curriculum helps learners recognize slip, trip, and fall hazards, best practices for eliminating hazards, and what to do if injury occurs.  

  • Slips, Trips, & Falls 1: Causes - Describe the scientific reasons slips, trips, and falls occur and explain the role of balance in preventing slips, trips, and falls.
  • Slips, Trips, & Falls 2: Hazards - Recognize the conditions and situations that create slip, trip, and fall hazards.
  • Slips, Trips, & Falls 3: Prevention - Explain first-line strategies to prevent slips, trips, and falls.
  • When Falls Happen - Explain ways to help reduce injury from a fall and describe steps to take if a fall injury occurs.

Stairways and Ladders

Stairways and ladders are involved in a large percentage of fall incidents. This safety curriculum focuses on helping your workers safely use and maintain stairways and ladders. Workers will be able to describe safety requirements for stairways and ladder use, as well as best work practices for using ladders safely.

  • Stairways: You Need to Know - Describe the safety requirements of stairway
  • Ladders: You Need to Know - Describe different types of ladders commonly found on the worksite. Explain proper ladder maintenance and set-up. Demonstrate how to climb and work safely on a ladder.
  • When Falls Happen - Explain ways to help reduce injury from a fall and describe steps to take if a fall injury occurs.

Workplace Violence: Warning Signs & Prevention

Workplace Violence can strike your workplace through former or current workers, customers, or even seemingly random acts of strangers.  This curriculum teaches workers how to recognize and report early warning signs for violent behavior and offers strategies to help prevent violent situations.  Workers learn what to do when confronted with an aggressor, and how to manage the consequences of a violent incident.  Easily customize the learning for your specific work condition, policies, and Emergency Action Plan. 

  • Workplace Violence: You Need to Know - Define workplace violence, identify the four recognized categories of workplace violence, and explain how experienced or perceived events can motivate workplace violence.
  • Workplace Violence Warning Signs - Recognize potential workplace violence warning signs.
  • Workplace Violence Prevention Strategies - Describe employer and worker responsibilities in preventing workplace violence.
  • Responding to Aggressive Behavior at Work - Describe actions to take if confronted by an aggressive person.
  • Managing Consequences of a Workplace Violence Incident - Identify actions to take following a workplace violence incident and describe resources to assist workers in recovering from workplace violence.
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