Construction Bundle #1
This Bundle Includes The Following Courses:
Reasonable Suspicion Substance Abuse Training for Supervisors
Course ID: HRM-20.2
Relevant Standards: 49 CFR 382.603
Duration: 125 minutes
Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, HR Compliance, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), DOT, V3 Interface
Description: This course is intended to fulfill the two-hour training requirement for supervisors in safety-sensitive industries who may be required to send workers for “reasonable suspicion” drug testing. Learners who successfully complete this course will be able to recall the U.S. Department of Transportation’s requirements for supervisor training under its drug-free workplace program mandates for safety-sensitive industries, the physiological effects of alcohol and how they are produced, and general physiological and behavioral characteristics of alcoholism. The learner will also be able to identify the five drugs the National Institute on Drug Abuse requires safety-sensitive drug tests to detect, the basic characteristics and physiological effects of marijuana, methamphetamine, cocaine, heroin and phencyclidine. Finally, learners will be able to identify recommended measures for avoiding legal problems when executing a company’s drug-free workplace program, identify recommended workplace alcohol- and drug-abuse documentation, and related intervention measures and strategies. This course is intended for all supervisors in a safety-sensitive industry that are involved with a substance abuse program. This course is intended to assist the employer in meeting the FMCSA Standard.
Mobile Elevated Work Platform Safety
Course ID: BSS-3.2
Relevant Standards: ANSI A92.22-2018 and A92.24-2018
Duration: 39 minutes
Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, Spanish, General Industry, Language Selector, Equipment and Tool Safety, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), ABLE (Adaptive Branching Learning Engagement)
Description: Mobile elevated work platforms, also known as aerial lifts, are popular on a variety of job sites. Using proper safe practices on and around mobile elevated work platforms, or MEWPs, is critical to preventing dangerous workplace incidents. This course is intended for workers in any industry who will work on MEWPs, and is designed to help employers meet the American National Standards Institute (ANSI) training requirements for MEWP certification. Learners who successfully complete this course will be able to identify MEWP classifications, roles, responsibilities and training requirements, and safe work practices for the MEWP including setup, planning, inspections, hazard recognition, and maintenance.
Course ID: FAL-1.2
Relevant Standards: OSHA 29 CFR 1910.23-28; 1910.66-68;
Duration: 20 minutes
Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, Spanish, General Industry, Language Selector, Fall Protection, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), V3 Interface, German, Portuguese, Mandarin
Description: Falls are one of the leading causes of death in the workplace, but can be prevented by using fall protection, safe work practices, and personal protective equipment. Fall protection systems can include passive protection, such as hole covers and guardrails and active fall protection, such as personal fall arrest systems. When learners have completed this course, they should be able to recognize fall hazards on working surfaces and on stairs, ladders, and scaffolds. They should also be able to identify safe work practices and proper personal protective equipment, or PPE. This course addresses OSHA’s Fall Protection regulations for General Industry. This course is presented in English, Spanish, German, Portuguese and Mandarin.
Introduction to OSHA
Course ID: INO-1.2
Relevant Standards: OSHA General Duty Clause Section 5(a)(1)
Duration: 28 minutes
Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, Spanish, General Industry, Language Selector, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), V3 Interface
Description: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, is a federal agency that creates safety regulations in U.S. workplaces. OSHA’s role is less about fining people for noncompliance and more about helping employers keep their employees safe. This course will teach employees about OSHA’s role in the workplace and how it works to increase worker safety. Employees will learn why OSHA was created, its goals and organizational structure, OSHA’s inspection and citation procedures, and what resources OSHA offers to workers. This course is intended for general industry employees. This course is also a component of the OSHA 10 training course. This course is presented in English and Spanish.
Personal Protective Equipment for Construction
Course ID: CON-4.2
Relevant Standards: 29 CFR 1926 Subpart E
Duration: 28 minutes
Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, Construction, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), ABLE (Adaptive Branching Learning Engagement)
Description: Personal protective equipment, or PPE, has been around throughout history in various forms. Even everyday clothing is a form of PPE, but construction workplaces have unique hazards that require additional protection, such as gloves, boots, eye protection and many others. This course will teach employees to identify the need for PPE, things to consider when choosing PPE, and the different types of PPE used to protect all parts of the body. This course is intended for construction-industry employees who, during their regular work duties, are required to use personal protective equipment.
Violence in the Workplace
Course ID: HRM-7.2
Relevant Standards: N/A
Duration: 30 minutes
Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, HR Compliance, Employee Security, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), ABLE (Adaptive Branching Learning Engagement), V3 Interface, Polish
Description: Workplace violence can unexpectedly occur in any workplace setting. It is estimated that almost 2 million Americans are victims of some form of workplace violence each year. Most instances of workplace violence do not end in homicide. Unfortunately, workplace violence is a real, significant threat to workers health and safety. This course will teach employees the major causes and types of workplace violence, their warning signs and how to prevent it. Employees will learn to define workplace violence, the different types and sources, and the methods used to prevent workplace violence according to OSHA recommendations and other sources. This course is intended for employees in all industries.
Conflict Resolution Strategies
Course ID: HRM-22.2
Relevant Standards: N/A
Duration: 30 minutes
Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, Spanish, HR Compliance, Employee Security, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), V3 Interface, Communication Skills
Description: Conflict is part of human nature. We all see things at least a bit differently from each other, and when we care a lot about those things, we’re often willing to argue, or even fight, for what we believe. Learners who successfully complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of how to dispute causes, potential dispute consequences, general types of conflict resolution programs, Thomas-Kilmann categories of conflict coping strategies, common bargaining styles and their benefits, and methods for practicing negotiation and mediation in the workplace. This course is designed to help managers, supervisors and HR professionals create conflict resolution strategies for their workplace.