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
  • A fully editable Claro version of the course
  • ILT training version (facilitator guide, participant workbook, PowerPoint presentation, Quiz, and Job Aid)


NOTE: Library under development and available for pre-release discounts.

Fire Safety: Fire Extinguisher Basics

Courseware module will help you understand fire extinguisher basics like the types of fire extinguishers, how to select the correct fire extinguisher, and the PASS system for using a fire extinguisher.

Arc Flash Hazard Awarness NFPA 70E

With a focus on the 2018 changes to NFPA 70E, including the new emphasis on the Hierarchy of Controls, this course provides Arc Flash safety awareness for individuals who work in and around an electrical environment. Easily customize this modular training with your workplace policies, contact information, and equipment to make it a valuable component of required refresher training, and pre-requisite to hands-on job site training.

Back Safety

According to OSHA, back injuries are a leading workplace safety problem, accounting for a significant amount of human suffering, lost productivity, and economic burden on compensation systems. This course shows workers how to recognize awkward and repetitive motions that cause back injury, and it provides strategies for eliminating and controlling back injury hazards.

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Bloodborne & Airborne Pathogens

OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard requires workers receive regular training on how to protect themselves from bloodborne pathogens and diseases such as hepatitis and HIV. This course goes beyond OSHA requirements by including information on airborne pathogen hazards, including tuberculosis. Easily customize this modular training with your workplace policies, contact information, and procedures from your own Exposure Control Plan.

Control of Hazardous Energy: Lockout / Tagout

Coming soon!

Electrical Safety - Unqualified

An Unqualified Worker is a non-electrician, such as a general maintenance worker or technician, who is not expected to work on live electrical equipment but has a job that might expose them to the risk of electrical shock. This course ensures all workers understand the hazards of electricity, can identify and avoid common electrical hazards, and follow safe electrical work practices around electrical equipment while at work.

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Fire Prevention and Safety

With a focus on fire prevention, teach your workers to recognize and eliminate workplace fire hazards and actions to take in a fire emergency. This course also provides the theory behind fire extinguisher choice and operation, and what to do in case of fire injury.

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Forklift Safety

This course covers OSHA refresher topics such as the forklift is not an automobile, practice careful driving and maneuvering, and watch out for careless pedestrians. Also included are best practices for forklift inspection and load handling to protect workers and expensive equipment.

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Hazcom: Your Right to Understand

Based on the latest OSHA HazCom standard, this course helps workers understand workplace chemical hazards and how to protect themselves. Interpret labels using the Globally Harmonized System (GHS) for safe handling, storage, use and disposal of chemicals.

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Hearing Conservation

Worker training is one of the most important components of your workplace Hearing Conservation Program (HCP). Teach your workers how hearing works, how noise damages hearing, how to identify noise hazards, and how to protect themselves from noise-induced hearing loss at work and at home.

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Machine Guards

Machine guarding protects workers from potentially dangerous machinery and injury from flying sparks or debris. Teach workers to recognize mechanical hazards and the methods of proper machine safeguarding, including reminders to never try to defeat safeguards.

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Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)

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Respiratory Safety

OSHA requires employers to provide respiratory protection training to workers who wear respirators on the job. This course can play a role in OSHA-required respiratory protection training, which includes topics such as how to recognize respiratory hazards, respirator selection and use, and how to put on, take off, and seal test a respirator. Customize with hands-on training for using your specific workplace equipment.

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Working at height with scaffolding accounts for some of the most cited OSHA safety violations. Make sure workers know scaffolding hazards and the safety rules that prevent costly incidents. Easily customize this modular course to meet requirements from on-boarding new hires to refresher training to the more comprehensive needs of managers.

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Slips, Trips, and Falls

Slips, trips, and falls are a major cause of preventable injuries and deaths in the workplace. This course explains the causes of slips, trips, and falls. Provide a simple, practical model for both employers and workers to recognize, control, and often eliminate fall hazards.

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Stairways and Ladders

Stairways and ladders are a leading cause of on-the-job injuries and fatalities. Ensure stairways are properly constructed and guarded and that workers know how to place, maintain, and climb ladders safely.

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