Landscape Bundle #1

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$150.00

These are the courses included in the Bundle 1

Heat Stress in the Workplace

Heat Stress in the Workplace

Course ID: HSW-1.2

Relevant Standards: Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) of 1970, Section 5(a)(1)

Duration: 31 minutes

Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, Spanish, General Industry, Language Selector, Working Conditions, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), ABLE (Adaptive Branching Learning Engagement), Polish

Description: Working in high heat can cause a number of health issues, particularly for workers who are not acclimated to the conditions. This course will teach employees the hazards of working in high heat and how to minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn how to identify the hazardous health effects of high heat, methods to prevent those health effects and what to do if a co-worker exhibits symptoms of heat stress such as heat fatigue, heat rash, heat cramps, heat exhaustion and heat stroke. This course is intended for employees who, during the course of regular work duties, are exposed to high-temperature conditions for significant periods of time. This course is presented in English and Spanish.

Discrimination in the Workplace

Discrimination in the Workplace

Course ID: HRM-3.2

Relevant Standards: Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964; Equal Pay Act of 1963; Age Discrimination in Employment Act of 1967; Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990; Rehabilitation Act of 1973; Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act of 2008; Civil Rights Act of 1991

Duration: 20 minutes

Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, HR Compliance, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), V3 Interface

Description: Learners who successfully complete this course will display the ability to identify the legal issues associated with discrimination in the workplace and how to minimize or eliminate a company’s chances of unfavorable legal action. Managers will learn how to identify what workplace discrimination is and how it occurs, how to identify protected class categories, how to recognize workplace aspects of discrimination, and recognize that employers have certain legal responsibilities to prevent and react to incidents of discrimination in the workplace. This course is intended for managers and human resources officers in all industries, and will assist employers in complying with U.S. anti-discrimination laws.

Lawful Hiring Practices

Lawful Hiring Practices

Course ID: HRM-2.2

Relevant Standards: Americans With Disabilities Act, Civil Rights Act of 1964, Equal Pay Act of 1963, Age Discrimination in Employment Act, Fair Labor Standards Act, Rehabilitation Act of 1973

Duration: 19 minutes

Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, HR Compliance, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), V3 Interface

Description: Human resources officers have a lot of responsibilities, including payroll, managing benefits, disciplinary matters, paid time off, and hiring people. This course is about hiring employees and the legal issues you need to think about during each step of the hiring process. When the course is over, learners should be able to identify potential legal problems in the pre-hiring process and the hiring process. This course is intended for employees who work as human resources officers or upper management responsible for involvement in hiring processes as part of their regular work duties. This course can assist employers in complying with U.S. anti-discrimination laws.

Severe Weather and Outdoor Work

Severe Weather and Outdoor Work

Course ID: SVW-1.2

Relevant Standards: OSHA 29 CFR General Duty Clause Section 5(a)(1)

Duration: 18 minutes

Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, Spanish, General Industry, Language Selector, Working Conditions, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), V3 Interface

Description: Many jobs require outdoor work on a regular basis, and working outdoors can be fun at times, but working out in the elements can range from pleasant to uncomfortable, to even dangerous during severe weather. Workers who successfully complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of severe weather hazards and how to react when severe weather strikes during work processes. Employees will learn to identify hazards associated with severe weather and standard protocols to follow during severe weather events. This course is designed for employees who, during their regular work duties, may be exposed to severe weather events. This course is presented in English and Spanish.

Hurricane Safety

Hurricane Safety

Course ID: EMR-3.2

Relevant Standards: N/A

Duration: 18 minutes

Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, Spanish, General Industry, Language Selector, Working Conditions, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), V3 Interface

Description: Hurricanes and tropical storms are disruptive, dangerous events that can wreak havoc on entire regions. These storms can bring torrential rain, flooding, high winds and even tornadoes when they make landfall or move along the coast. They can also uproot trees, bring down power lines, damage or destroy buildings and infrastructure, and cause significant loss of life. Even a well-funded cleanup effort can take months or years. Fortunately, meteorologists can track hurricanes and forecast their expected path, giving the public several days to prepare before landfall. However, people have a much better chance of protecting themselves and their property if they have evacuation plans and supplies ready before a hurricane becomes a threat to their area. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able to recognize preparations to take in hurricane risk areas, identify steps to take before a hurricane arrives, and identify safety measures to take during and after a hurricane. This course is presented in both English and Spanish.

Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace

Bullying and Harassment in the Workplace

Course ID: HRM-27.2

Relevant Standards: None

Duration: 17 minutes

Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, General Industry, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), V3 Interface, Soft Skills

Description: More than 40% of adults have experienced workplace bullying. Adult bullying is more subtle and often goes unreported. Employees who complete this course should be able to identify the definition and effects of bullying, what bullying looks like and when it becomes harassment, and methods for dealing with bullies.

Slips/Trips/Falls

Slips/Trips/Falls

Course ID: STF-1.2

Relevant Standards: 29 CFR 1910 Subpart D

Duration: 16 minutes

Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, Spanish, General Industry, Language Selector, Fall Protection, French, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), V3 Interface, German, Portuguese, Mandarin, Walking and Working Surfaces, Polish

Description: Slips, trips and falls are a major source of injury in the workplace. According to the Department of Labor, slips, trips and falls are the most common type of accident in the workplace and are responsible for around 25% of all reported injuries. These injuries aren’t always minor either; slips, trips and falls are the second leading cause of accidental death in the workplace. This course will teach employees about slip, trip and fall hazards and what they can do to minimize or eliminate those hazards. Employees will learn to identify general OSHA safety requirements, guarding for floor and wall openings, issues with stairways, ladder, scaffolds, loading docks and how personal behavior affects safety. This course is presented in English, Spanish, Bosnian, German, Portuguese, Polish and Mandarin.

Drug Free Workplace

Drug Free Workplace

Course ID: HRM-8.2

Relevant Standards: Various State and Federal Laws

Duration: 16 minutes

Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, Spanish, General Industry, HR Compliance, Language Selector, Employee Security, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), V3 Interface

Description: The U.S. Surgeon General reports that nearly 21 million Americans live with substance abuse disorders, costing the U.S. economy more than $400 billion annually. Substance abuse is a problem that can seriously affect all employees in the workplace. Employees will learn about the dangers of over-the-counter, prescription, and illegal drug misuse, substance addiction at work or in their personal life, common elements of workplace drug-free policies, the drug testing methods employers use and their legal rights regarding testing, and how their workplace could respond to the discovery that an employee is misusing substances. This course is presented in English and Spanish.

Cold Stress in the Workplace

Cold Stress in the Workplace

Course ID: CSW-1.2

Relevant Standards: OSHA General Duty Clause Section 5(a)(1) of the OSHA Act

Duration: 16 minutes

Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, Spanish, General Industry, Language Selector, Working Conditions, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), V3 Interface

Description: People who work outdoors or in cold indoor environments such as walk-in freezers are frequently subject to cold, wet working conditions. Working in wet or cold environments can take a heavy toll on workers’ bodies and be hazardous to their health. Workers who work in wet in cold or wet environments must be able to prepare to work in these conditions. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able to identify factors that contribute to cold stress, recognize signs and symptoms of cold stress, and identify controls that can help prevent cold stress. This course is presented in English and Spanish.

Working Alone Safely

Working Alone Safely

Course ID: GEN-3.2

Relevant Standards: N/A

Duration: 11 minutes

Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, General Industry, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), V3 Interface

Description: Many employees work by themselves for at least part of their shifts, including delivery drivers, janitorial and housekeeping workers, home health workers, and many night shift employees. Working alone comes with its own safety and security hazards, and those hazards vary widely from job to job. It’s important for lone workers to know all of their responsibilities and what to do during an emergency so they can safely perform their job duties without supervision. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able to recognize who lone workers are and the hazards they may face. Learners should also be able to identify requirements and best practices for working alone. This course is presented in both English and Spanish.

Back Injury Prevention: Lifting and Carrying

Back Injury Prevention: Lifting and Carrying

Course ID: SNP-409.2

Relevant Standards: N/A

Duration: 8 minutes

Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, General Industry, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), V3 Interface, Safety Snippet (micro-learning)

Description: While the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics reports that back injuries in the workplace have declined in recent years, they remain one of the most common workplace injuries. In fact, about 15% of all workplace injuries that cause missed days of work affect the back. If you take the right precautions, however, you can keep your back healthy and avoid injury. When workers have successfully completed this course, they should be able to identify controls that can help them avoid back injury. This microlearning course addresses a specific aspect of a broader training topic. For a more complete training experience, see JSA-2: Back Injury Prevention.

Basic First Aid

Basic First Aid

Course ID: BFA-1.2

Relevant Standards: 29 CFR 1910.151, 29 CFR 1926.23

Duration: 37 minutes

Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, Spanish, Emergency Response, General Industry, Language Selector, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), V3 Interface, German, Portuguese, Mandarin

Description: Emergencies can happen any time, any place. This course will teach employees the basics of first aid procedures and how to apply them to real-world scenarios. Employees will learn how to identify the steps for conducting basic first aid. They will also learn how to recognize the symptoms and procedures for common first aid situations. This course is presented in English, Spanish, Bosnian, German, Portuguese, Polish, and Mandarin.

General Safety Orientation

General Safety Orientation

Course ID: GEN-1.2

Relevant Standards: OSHA General Duty Clause; 29 CFR 1910.1020; 29 CFR 1910.1200; 29 CFR 1910.132; 29 CFR 1910.138; 29 CFR 1910.139; 29 CFR 1910.151

Duration: 23 minutes

Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, Spanish, General Industry, Language Selector, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), V3 Interface

Description: Safety is important in the workplace, and individual employees play a vital role in ensuring their workplace is safe. Every employee can do his or her part to prevent injury by identifying hazards and correcting what they can correct, or notifying a supervisor about hazards they can’t correct on their own. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able to identify and recognize the need for safety and health programs and OSHA’s role in promoting them, common types of workplace hazards, the hierarchy of controls and its purpose, and general emergency preparation and reaction strategies. This course is designed for workers in any industry.

Personal Protective Equipment

Personal Protective Equipment

Course ID: PPE-1.2

Relevant Standards: Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) of 1970, Section 5(a)(1), General Duty Clause; Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) of 1970, Section 5(a)(1), General Duty Clause; 29 CFR 1910.132; 29 CFR 1910.133; 29 CFR 1910.134; 29 CFR 1910.135; 29 CFR 1910.136; 29 CFR 1910.138

Duration: 20 minutes

Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, Spanish, General Industry, Language Selector, French, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), V3 Interface, German, Portuguese, Mandarin, Korean, Polish

Description: Personal protective equipment, or PPE, has been around throughout history in various forms. Even everyday clothing is a form of PPE, but many jobs and 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, define the concept of a hazard assessment, 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 general-industry employees who, during their regular work duties, are required to use personal protective equipment. This course is presented in English, Spanish, Bosnian, German, Portuguese, Korean, Mandarin, European French, and Polish.

Hand and Pinch Point Safety

Hand and Pinch Point Safety

Course ID: PPE-2.2

Relevant Standards: 29 CFR 1910.138 Hand Protection

Duration: 24 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), V3 Interface

Description: While on the job, using a tool improperly or not paying attention while working around heavy machinery can lead to damaging various parts of a worker’s hands. Because of the complexity of the hand, repairing the hand to its previous abilities may be difficult. According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, an average of 140,000 hand injuries were reported in 2011 resulting in about 5 days away from work per injury. While most serious hand injuries occur as a result of physical trauma from machinery, other hand injuries can be caused by ergonomic hazards due to repetitive motion. While these injuries are less severe, they result in the most days away from work compared to other injuries. Learners who successfully complete this course will demonstrate knowledge of how to identify the types of hand hazards, methods of hand protection and types of gloves and their properties. This course is presented in English and Spanish.