Pandemic Solutions: Getting Back to Work Safely
During this webinar, we will look at OSHA's guidelines for getting back to work. We will talk about best practices for keeping employees and visitors safe and will look at solutions to clearly communicate expectations to promote social distancing and safe work practices.
Even though "Stay-at-Home" orders have lifted for several states, we hope that you will still join us for our Drive to Educate webinar series. Please click below to register!
June 2, 2020
8-9 AM MDT
A-Z Fall Protection
This is an intensive, 2-hour fall protection training that includes all applicable OSHA standards and the Four Basic Principles of Fall Protection. We will also cover basic terminology, fall clearance, anchorage strength and requirements, impact forces of falls, SRLs, and other specialized equipment including leading edge and sharp edge, horizontal lifelines, and rescue requirements.
Personal Protective Equipment
This new webinar will look at the OSHA and ANSI standards around eye and face protection, head protection, hand protection, hi-vis clothing, protective clothing, and first aid.
Ladder Safety, Usage, and Inspection
There are over 2,000 ladder-related injuries each day. In this class, attendees will learn about different schools of thought on ladder safety as well as best practices to promote safe ladder use and training resources. We will focus on the causes of ladder-related injuries and how Ladder Safety by Design can decrease these injuries. Attendees will learn about different types of ladders, ladder anatomy, and how ladders are rated. The class will also include information on proper ladder inspection.
Hydration Technician covers the issues of hydration, dehydration, heat stress, and cold stress.
AED Program Administrator and Mobilize Rescue
Sudden Cardiac Arrest is the #1 cause of death in the workplace. Having an AED on-site can potentially increase a victim's chances of survival to more than 70%! In this class, attendees will learn about the difference between Sudden Cardiac Arrest (SCA) and Heart Attack. We will focus on the causes of SCA and ways to increase a victim's chance of survival including the importance of high-quality CPR. Attendees will learn how to build an AED Program and will learn how the Mobilize Rescue device can prepare your workplace or job site for unexpected medical emergencies.
Confined Space Equipment Operator
This webinar will cover the OSHA standards on gas detection, ventilation, communications, rescue, and retrieval, along with respiratory protection in "Immediately Dangerous to Life or Health" (IDLH) atmospheres.