Arc Flash CourseLearn More
Electricity poses two major hazards to people who work with it: arc flash and shock.
Avoiding Hazardous Walking SurfacesLearn More
Slips, trips and falls on hazardous walking surfaces continue to make up most on-the-job accidents.
Basic First AidLearn More
Even minor injuries on the job can affect an employee's work performance.
Bend over BackwardsLearn More
Protect your employees' backs with this retention-building course filled with information employees need to know.
Checkoff List: GHS Safety Data SheetsLearn More
This is the information explaining how SDSs are different from Material Safety Data Sheets.
Construction Struck-By HazardsLearn More
Struck-by accidents occur when a person is hit by a moving object on the construction site.
Don’t Fall DownLearn More
Falls are the second leading cause of death each year in the United States (after traffic accidents).
Don’t Slip, Trip or FallLearn More
Slips, trips, and falling injuries can be disabling, or even fatal.
Drug & Alcohol Abuse in Construction Environments (Employees)Learn More
Drugs and alcohol can be either a depressant or a stimulant and hurt the workplace.
Eyes Wide OpenLearn More
Construction work can cause strain on the eyes just by not wearing the appropriate protective equipment.
Fatigue: The Workplace KillerLearn More
Effects of work fatigue can include slower response time, more errors and decreased mental ability.