Abigail Van Buren, the writer of Dear Abby, once said, “There are two kinds of people: those who come into a room with the attitude, ‘Here I am!’ and those who have the attitude, ‘There you are!’”
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
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.
This course informs the learner of cultural issues in the healthcare setting, fraud waste and abuse in the medical profession, and HIPAA privacy and security for nurses. Designed for mobile playback in any location, narration is optional, and information is presented in short segments.
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