Don’t Fall DownLearn More
Falls are the second leading cause of death each year in the United States (after traffic accidents).
Drug & Alcohol Abuse in Construction Environments (Employees)Learn More
Drugs and alcohol can be either a depressant or a stimulant and hurt the workplace.
Drug and Alcohol Abuse (Employees)Learn More
Substance abuse is a huge, worldwide problem, and the workplace is no different.
Drug and Alcohol Abuse (Managers)Learn More
Over $200 billion is spent on substance abuse problems annually.
Eight Steps to Get Out of a Tight SpotLearn More
Being in a tight spot or confined space has numerous hazards, including deadly chemical exposure.
Equipment & Decontamination ProceduresLearn More
Don't let employees go one more day without understanding the risks at their worksite.
Eyes Wide OpenLearn More
Construction work can cause strain on the eyes just by not wearing the appropriate protective equipment.
Fire SafetyLearn More
Prepare workers in this OSHA refresher course on fire prevention techniques and fire extinguisher skills.
Five Effective Electrical Safety TipsLearn More
Low voltage electricity can be dangerous.
Focus on Fatal Four HazardsLearn More
Falls, Electric, Struck-by, and Caught-In/Between Hazards are covered in this OSHA refresher course.
Forklift Safety GuidelinesLearn More
Thousands of forklift drivers are injured each year, and 42% are due to a tipping vehicle.