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July 2020

Hazard Communication Industrial and Construction Workplaces

Employees must understand the hazards and necessary safety precautions related to the chemicals they work with or around. Hazard communication training helps them understand where to go for the information and how to interpret it. This month we have two new hazard communication courses for industrial facilities and construction sites.

Both courses demonstrate the use of different sources of Hazmat information, how exposures occur, the use of PPE, safe storage of chemicals, and spill response. They cover some specifics on the dangers of toxins, corrosives, irritants, carcinogens, radioactive materials, flammables, combustibles, and oxidizers.

Working From Home

Many organizations have quickly shifted towards finding ways for employees to work from home, and the experience has undoubtedly been eye-opening. There have also likely been new challenges faced by employees in this new work setting. This month we released two new courses to help improve the work from home experience.

Working From Home helps those starting to work from home, or work from home veterans, learn best practices to maximize productivity and wellbeing. The course is geared more toward someone used to working in an office environment, and explores tips for structing your day, managing time, and maintaining personal wellness.

Remote Worker: Safety, Health and Security takes a more safety-focused approach, providing practical tips on how to create a workspace at home that is free from hazards and is OSHA-compliant. This course touches on fall prevention, fire safety, ergonomics, and computer security.

For a full list of courses to help employees work from home, click here.

Staying Safe At Work During the Pandemic

For those organizations who have returned to the workplace during the pandemic, we have released two new courses to help employers and employees understand and apply new safety procedures to keep everyone safe and healthy.

The two courses explain safety practices for preventing the spread of COVID-19 from an employer and employee standpoint. These courses educate viewers about various actions common to most workplace Infection Control Plans, including physical distancing, use of face coverings and PPE, and sanitization and cleaning procedures.

The new titles include:

For a full list of courses related to working during the pandemic, click here.

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