Construction Safety Orientation*

PPE Ladder Safety Fall Prevention Hazard Recognition Hoists and Slings Scaffolding Safety Hazardous Materials Safety Electrical hazards Housekeeping Vehicle traffic Excavations Hot work

Confined Space: Permit-Required*

Confined Spaces & Their Potential Hazards Learn about the differences between confined spaces and permit- required confined spaces How to identify permit-required confined spaces What is considered an entry Common types of permit-required confined spaces Potential hazards of permit-required confined spaces Entry Permit Requirements When an entry permit is required…

Ammonia Safety

Where and What is Ammonia? Ammonia is a common substance found in nature Also found in a man-made form found in many industries Understand the hazards of Ammonia – at high levels, Ammonia has the potential to become an injury or accident source at your site Teach your workers how…

Benzene Safety

Prevent overexposure, diseases, and even death from exposure to benzene by training workers with Summit’s Benzene Safety program. Filmed on location at a Chevron plant and other facilities, this program demonstrates best safety practices for working with and near benzene. Appropriate for a wide range of employees, this comprehensive program…

Hand Safety*

Hand Injuries & Their Causes Learn about common types of hand injuries and the activities and circumstances that can cause them Cuts & lacerations Contact with equipment Burns Chemical related injuries Musculoskeletal disorders, or MSDs Engineering Controls & PPE Learn how engineering controls and PPE can protect you from injuries….

Hand & Power Tools – Construction*

Controlling Hazards Recognizing the hazards of hand and power tools Ways to prevent contact with hazardous moving parts of tools and equipment Wearing personal protective equipment Using safety switches Basic safety precautions to follow when using tools Using Hand Tools Take a look at safety precautions when using hand tools…

Energized Electrical Work Permit (NFPA 70E)

Preparing for Work The requirements of NFPA 70E, the “Standard for Electrical Safety in the Workplace” The skills and responsibilities required of the qualified person Using the proper personal protective equipment The importance of using a job briefing and planning checklist to prepare for the task The Energized Electrical Work…

DOT: Drug & Alcohol Testing

Complies with DOT 49 CFR Part 40 Mandatory Testing Learn when testing needs to occur, including pre-employment, random, post accident, reasonable suspicion, return to duty, and follow-up testing Why testing for alcohol and other drugs is required for transportation workers Importance of maintaining a drug and alcohol free workplace Supervisor…

DOT: Pre and Post Trip Inspections

Vehicle overview Does the truck lean to one side? This could mean that the vehicle has a flat tire or that cargo has shifted Is there an oil, coolant, or fuel leak underneath? Is the truck’s path free of hazards and obstacles such as other vehicles, posts, low-hanging wires, or…

DOT/CSA: Profiled in Safety

Introduction to CSA What CSA is The scope and purpose of CSA The tools CSA uses to accomplish its objective CSMS Measurement What data is used The seven BASICS How violations are weighted CSMS Evalution Percentile rankings Intervention thresholds The SMS website CSMS Interventions What an intervention is The three…

Driver Awareness: 15-Passenger Van Safety

Techniques for driving a 15-passenger van Characteristics of 15 passenger vans How center of gravity affects driving How passenger number and placement affect vehicle stability Safety steps to take before beginning any trip with a 15-passenger van Conducting a pre-trip inspection Tire maintenance Adjusting mirrors Wearing seatbelts Driver Safety Speed…

Drug Testing Awareness

When testing needs to occur, including pre-employment, random, post accident, reasonable suspicion, return to duty, and follow-up testing. Why testing for alcohol and other drugs is required for transportation workers. Importance of maintaining a drug and alcohol free workplace

Electrical Safety*

How Electricity Works Potential hazards of electricity Ways to prevent hazards such as death and injury When electricity becomes hazardous How electricity works Electrical Hazards Results of electric shock Factors that determine the severity of electrical injury Burns caused by electricity How water affects electrical flow Other electrical hazards found…

Electrical Safety: NFPA 70E

Electrical Hazards Why you should be aware of the NFPA 70E standard Electrical shock Arc flash Energized Equipment Always de-energize Lockout procedures Working on electrified equipment Hazard analysis Labels Job briefing Buddy system Approach Boundaries Boundaries and barricades Safe work practices Personal Protective Equipment Determining where PPE is required Revise…

Crane Safety: Pendant Controlled Crane Safety

Pre-Operation Inspection The general terms associated with the crane Inspection procedures What you should know before operating a crane Selection & Use of Rigging Inspecting rigging Proper selection of rigging Using slings Safe work practice Safe Crane Operation Learn about steps you can take to safely operate a pendant controlled…

Food Manufacturing: Quality Assurance Programs

Internal Audit Orientation Why internal audits are performed Who is involved in the process How often internal audits must be conducted Elements of the In-House Audit Items that are considered during the in-house audit What conditions the audits will be examining What must be done if conditions are not satisfactory

HACCP: Food Hazard Prevention

Introduction to HACCP History of the program – including how and why it was originally created Instances where program compliance is necessary Different types of food contamination that can occur The basic aspects of a HACCP program HACCP Preparation Different aspects to be aware of regarding a HACCP program Programs…

GMPs: Food Production Excellence

Introduction to GMPs What GMPs are and why they are used The history of GMPs The importance of using GMPs Who needs to comply with GMPs The areas of your workplace covered by GMPs The necessary training on GMPs Personal responsibility in GMPs Your employer’s responsibilities Hand Washing Hair Control…

GHS: USA Compliance

Introduction to GHS What the GHS is Why it is necessary Classification Physical hazards Health hazards Environmental Hazards GHS Labels Pictogram Signal words Hazard statements Safety Data Sheets The order of information Required heading and data Best Safety Practices Engineering Controls Personal protective equipment Safe work Practices Emergency Situations

GHS: Chemical Labeling & Classification

Introduction to GHS What the GHS is Why it is necessary Classification Physical hazards Health hazards Environmental Hazards GHS Labels Pictogram Signal words Hazard statement Safety Data Sheets The order of information Required heading and data Best Safety Practices Engineering Controls Personal protective equipment Safe work Practices Emergency Situations

Formaldehyde

What is Formaldehyde? What is formaldehyde How it is used When formaldehyde becomes a potential hazard Symptoms from exposure to formaldehyde Exposure Levels What are the airborne exposure levels Specificactionsthatmusttakeplaceateachexposurelevel The importance of air monitoring and when it is performed Reducing Your Exposure Learn about engineering controls and personal protective…

Forklift Safety*

Introduction to Lift Trucks The different types of lift trucks Differences between lift trucks and automobiles Common hazards when operating lift trucks Basic controls & features of lift trucks How Lift Trucks Work Basic characteristics of lift trucks Operating differences between lift trucks and automobiles Principles of load capacity and…

Food Manufacturing: Site Security

The Importance of Food Plant Defense Food security today Criteria for susceptibility Different avenues for attacks The Mechanics of Food Plant Defense Food plant defense conditions assessments Basic food plant defense Limiting access to facilities and processes Your role in food plant defense

Food Manufacturing: Sanitation

Introduction to Sanitation What sanitation is The purpose of sanitation Sanitation and its involvement with the law Your involvement with sanitation The basics of cleaning The steps of cleaning Factors that affect and influence proper cleaning Cleaning compounds Different types of cleaning Sanitation best practices The best practice for sanitation…