Landscape Bundle #2

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$150.00

These are the courses included in the Bundle 2

Hand and Power Tool Safety

Hand and Power Tool Safety

Course ID: HPT-1.2

Relevant Standards: 29 CFR 1910 Subpart P – Hand and Portable Powered Tools and Other Hand-Held Equipment

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), German

Description: Tools are such a common part of our lives that it’s difficult to remember that they may pose potential hazards to our safety. This course will teach employees the importance of hand and power tool safety and how to achieve it. Employees who successfully complete this course should learn the common hazards of different types of hand and power tools, including electrical, pneumatic, hydraulic and abrasive-wheel tools and how to minimize or eliminate those hazards. This course is intended for general industry employees who, as part of their regular work duties, are required to use or work around hand and power tools. This course can assist employers with meeting regulations outlined in OSHA’s regulations on hand and power tools. This course is presented in English, German, and Spanish.

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.

Groundskeeping and Golf Course Maintenance Safety

Groundskeeping and Golf Course Maintenance Safety

Course ID: HSP-10.2

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

Duration: 20 minutes

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

Description: Groundskeeping, landscaping and golf course maintenance duties involve a number of hazards that workers may not be aware of. According to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, approximately 190 grounds maintenance workers are killed and more than 15,000 are injured each year, a rate much higher than other industries. During this course, learners will receive an overview of the physical, chemical, and wildlife hazards associated with landscaping and groundskeeping, how to identify hazards that may require additional training, and the importance of understanding and using hazard controls. This course is intended for all workers who perform lawn and grounds maintenance tasks, particularly in hospitality settings such as golf courses, hotels and resorts. This course is intended as an introduction to the topic and may need to be supplemented with additional course titles, depending on the severity of hazards present in the workplace. This course is presented in English and Spanish.

Driver Safety

Driver Safety

Course ID: DRV-1.2

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

Duration: 19 minutes

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

Description: Driving on the job is the number-one cause of workplace injuries and fatalities in the United States. The National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health reports that in 2017 1,299 U.S. workers were killed on public roads. If you drive for work, driving safely and defensively can help you avoid accidents, protecting yourself, your passengers, and the other people on the road.

Vehicle Backing Safety

Vehicle Backing Safety

Course ID: DRV-7.2

Relevant Standards: 29 CFR 1926.601(b)

Duration: 17 minutes

Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, Spanish, Driver Safety, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), ABLE (Adaptive Branching Learning Engagement)

Description: Even though most of us spend less than 1% of our driving time in reverse, the National Safety Council estimates that one in four vehicle accidents occur while backing, and that most backing accidents are caused by drivers using poor backing techniques. Backing can be particularly hazardous for drivers on the job, especially when backing large vehicles or vehicles with trailers. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able to identify general backing hazards and safe practices when backing. If learners’ job duties include driving large vehicles, such as semi-trucks or construction vehicles, they should also be able to identify general backing hazards and safe practices for larger vehicles.

Hazardous Driving Conditions

Hazardous Driving Conditions

Course ID: DRV-6.2

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

Duration: 17 minutes

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

Description: Wet roads, snow and ice and limited visibility all increase drivers’ chances of being in an accident. The U.S. Federal Highway Administration estimates that more than 1.2 million weather-related accidents happen on U.S. roads each year, resulting in approximately 418,000 injuries and more than 5,000 deaths. Drivers should know what to expect in hazardous driving conditions and how to get to their destination safely, whether they drive as part of their job duties or only drive to and from work. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able to recognize hazardous weather conditions that affect driving, identify best practices for driving in hazardous weather, and identify recommended vehicle supplies and maintenance. This course is presented in English and Spanish.

Parking Lot Safety

Parking Lot Safety

Course ID: RET-3.2

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

Duration: 16 minutes

Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, Spanish, General Industry, Hospitality and Food Service, Language Selector, Retail, Grocery, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), V3 Interface

Description: A parking lot is the first thing that customers see, making it a very important part of a good first impression. Parking lots can also present a number of hazards to pedestrians and vehicles. Keeping lots clean and well maintained, and ensuring employees are trained to deal with common hazards, is an important part of ensuring customers and employees are safe and happy. When this course is over, the learner should be able to identify best practices for parking lot maintenance and security, and appropriate responses to severe weather, accidents, and other outdoor incidents. This course was designed for employees in the retail industry and features examples and scenarios appropriate for the retail setting. It would also be appropriate for workers in hospitality, food service, and other facilities visited by the public. This course is presented in English and Spanish.

Commercial Motor Vehicle Inspections

Commercial Motor Vehicle Inspections

Course ID: DOT-3.2

Relevant Standards: 49 CFR Part 396

Duration: 15 minutes

Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, Spanish, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), ABLE (Adaptive Branching Learning Engagement), DOT

Description: All vehicles classified as commercial motor vehicles, or CMVs, are required to undergo several types of inspections by the Department of Transportation, or DOT, and the Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration, or FMCSA. Inspections ensure the safety of drivers, vehicles, cargo and the public. Violations found during DOT inspections can result in fines, vehicles being placed out of service until issues are corrected, or driver’s license revocations. This course will help learners identify types of commercial motor vehicle inspections and recommended practices for preparing for inspections. This course is intended for all drivers of CMVs.

Driving at Night

Driving at Night

Course ID: DRV-12.2

Relevant Standards: N/A

Duration: 13 minutes

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

Description: Even though roads generally carry far fewer vehicles at night, nighttime is when 50% of all traffic-related deaths occur. Fatalities are three times more likely in nighttime car accidents, with one third of fatal nighttime crashes being caused by excessive speed. Whether you’re driving a compact car or a big rig, it’s important to be familiar with actions you can take to help reduce your risk of being injured or killed. When you have completed this course, you should be able to identify the hazards of driving at night, and methods to reduce or eliminate its risks. This course is available in English and Spanish.

Road Rage

Road Rage

Course ID: DRV-3.2

Relevant Standards: N/A

Duration: 11 minutes

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

Description: Road rage is incredibly dangerous, causing almost 2/3 of all traffic fatalities. It is sadly also very common; in one survey nearly 90% of drivers stated that they had witnessed a road rage incident in the past month. This course is designed to give drivers the information and skills necessary to react as safely as possible to potentially dangerous situations on the road. Learners who successfully complete this course will be able to recognize the signs of aggressive driving behavior in themselves and others. Learners will also be able to identify constructive responses and prevention measures that can be used to avoid injury due to aggressive drivers/driving. This course is designed for employees in all industries who, during the course of their regular job duties, will operate a motor vehicle on public roadways. Employers may also be interested in these related courses: Basic Driver Safety, Distracted Driver, Hazards of Speeding, Delivery Driver Safety, and Hazardous Driving Conditions. This course is presented in both English and Spanish.

Distracted Driving Prevention

Distracted Driving Prevention

Course ID: DRV-2.2

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

Duration: 11 minutes

Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, Spanish, Driver Safety, General Industry, Language Selector, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), ABLE (Adaptive Branching Learning Engagement), Safety Snippet (micro-learning)

Description: Most people understand that distracted driving is a bad thing, but nearly everyone does it in some form or another. Almost 20% of vehicle crashes occur as a result of a distracted driver. Learners that successfully complete this course will be able to identify the common causes of hazardous driver distractions and methods for minimizing or eliminating them. This course is intended for employees who, as part of their regular work duties, are required to operate a motor vehicle on public roads. This course is presented in English and Spanish.

Lawn Mower and Lawn Care Safety

Lawn Mower and Lawn Care Safety

Course ID: OJS-2.2

Relevant Standards: N/A

Duration: 6 minutes

Additional Languages: Mobile Friendly, English, Off The Job, Equipment and Tool Safety, Group Mode Enabled (For Sessions Only), V3 Interface

Description: For most people, lawn mower safety is a matter of common sense. Lawn care equipment is pretty standard, and most people get along with it just fine. Most of us understand there is a whirling blade under there that can cut through us just the same as it can cut through grass and that trimmers and edgers can cut through skin or launch projectiles. However, accidents do happen and people can still be injured while trying to maintain lawn equipment. Learners who complete this course will receive information on the common hazards associated with lawn care equipment and recommended safe operation practices.

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.

Behavior Based Safety

Behavior Based Safety

Course ID: BBS-1.2

Relevant Standards: N/A

Duration: 14 minutes

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

Description: The root causes of incidents are not always obvious, but they are often caused in some part by one or more unsafe behaviors. Behavior-based safety, or BBS, is a method used to identify and change unsafe behaviors in a workplace. At the successful completion of this course, learners should be able to define BBS and recognize the safety triad. They should also be able to identify the components of a successful BBS program.

Park and Landscape Maintenance Safety

Park and Landscape Maintenance Safety

Course ID: MES-3.2

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

Duration: 13 minutes

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

Description: Landscaping maintenance workers are at risk from a wide range of physical and exposure hazards, such as chemicals, noise, machinery, lifting, weather and construction-related hazards. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has determined that landscaping is one of seven industries with high injury and illness rates. Workers who successfully complete this course will know the common hazards associated with municipal park and landscaping work and how to protect against them. Learners will be able to identify the physical and health hazards associated with park and landscaping work and their preventative measures. This course is intended for municipal park and landscaping workers and managers.