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Asbestos: Do Not Disturb

Asbestos can be found in thousands of homes and workplaces across the country. In general, asbestos-containing materials can be safe to work around as long as the materials are in good condition and are not disturbed. However, when asbestos-containing materials are disturbed or become damaged, they can be a serious health hazard. Exposure can lead to asbestosis, mesothelioma, lung cancer, and other medical problems. Asbestos: Do Not Disturb discusses potential health problems, describes how one can be exposed to asbestos, how to prevent exposure, and what to do if you think asbestos has been released into the air.

Asbestos Awareness: Understanding The Risks

Increase your employees’ familiarity with the types and uses of asbestos, as well as safety practices to help prevent health risks. The program covers a variety of precaution measures and helps you comply with OSHA’s Asbestos Standard.

Hazard Recognition and Control

This course will help you to recognize workplace hazards and control them before they become accidents. It examines how to identify unsafe conditions and acts that can lead to accidents. It also discusses some scenarios to give you a chance to put these hazard recognition and control techniques into practice.

Heat Stress

Help employees recognize the symptoms of heat illnesses and know what actions to take and what treatments to seek for each.

Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S): A Matter of Life or Death

This course must be combined with a practical training component and evaluation.

Hydrogen sulfide is a poisonous gas, fatal if inhaled in high concentrations. This course will help participants understand the potential risks and give them important information on safe work practices.

Hydrogen Sulfide: Detect and Defend

This course must be combined with a practical training component and evaluation.

Hydrogen Sulfide: Detect and Defend identifies the dangers of hydrogen sulfide and shows employees how to defend themselves against the hazards of exposure. The course describes how hydrogen sulfide is produced, its chemical properties, and how to respond to its health and safety hazards. Hazard prevention strategies are identified, and finally, the course shows participants how to avoid exposure by using personal protective equipment.

Mold Awareness

Help employees understand how, where, and why mold spreads, and recognize signs of mold growth, while preventing mold exposure through housekeeping.

WHMIS: In Sync with GHS (Global Harmonized System)

What is the Globally Harmonized System (GHS)? GHS stands for the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals. GHS defines and classifies the hazards of chemical products, and communicates health and safety information on labels and safety data sheets.

Winter Safety

Help protect your workers from cold weather conditions with information on cold stress and other illnesses, as well as tips for safe winter driving.