Safety Orientation in ConstructionLearn More
Developing a good safety attitude in your employees and providing introductory safety training is important.
Seven Steps to Get Out of a Tight SpotLearn More
In confined work areas, employees are at greater risk and need to stay safe in permit spaces.
Shock and Awe (Part I)Learn More
The first in the latest two-part series, employees are taught to protect themselves from electrical hazards.
Shock and Awe (Part II)Learn More
The second in the latest two-part series, employees are taught to protect themselves from electrical hazards.
Six Steps in Safe Ladder UsageLearn More
Ladders are one of the most commonly used pieces of equipment in almost any work environment.
Slips, Trips and Falls in Construction EnvironmentsLearn More
Construction sites can be a virtual maze of slip, trip and fall hazards.
Step it Up: Ladder Safety Tips and TricksLearn More
Nearly 20,000 people are injured and 133 die annually due to falls from a ladder or scaffolding at work.
Supported Scaffolding SafetyLearn More
Thousands of workers are falling when they aren't properly trained in scaffolding safety.
Supported Scaffolding SecurityLearn More
OSHA's supported scaffolding regulations (29 CFR Part 1904) keep your employees safe.
Suspended Scaffolding SafetyLearn More
Ten thousand scaffold-related injuries are reported each year.
Suspended Scaffolding SecurityLearn More
Over 50,000 deaths per year happen due to scaffolding missteps.
Ten Tips in Fire Extinguisher SafetyLearn More
Proper first responder training is included in this course about using fire extinguishers in a safe manner.