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Online Safety Training 101

Safety Trainers: How Online Tools Can Actually Help You in the Classroom

As experts in online training, our team has the opportunity to get to know safety trainers who teach numerous classes throughout the year and have on-the-go schedules.

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Online Safety Training 101

Online Safety Training 101: The Dos, Don'ts and Did-You-Knows

As students head back to school this month for a new year of learning, it's a good time to evaluate safety training and education for employees in the workplace.

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How Safety Trainers Can Utilize Online Training

How Safety Trainers Can Utilize Online Training

Being a safety trainer is no easy feat. Completing in-depth certification, staying up-to-date on ever-changing OSHA standards and regulations, and keeping students engaged in the course material just scratches the surface of what you do to be an exceptional trainer.

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Safety And Health Misconceptions

How Safety & Health Misconceptions are Slowing Your Growth

Misconceptions or preconceived notions about workplace safety can significantly impact nearly every aspect of your business.

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Summer Heat Safety

How to Work Safely in the Sweltering Summer Heat

With summer in full swing, it's that time of year again to talk about the very real and present dangers associated with working in the heat.

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OSHA's Inaugural Safe + Sound Week

OSHA's Inaugural Safe + Sound Week

Don't miss OSHA's Inaugural Safe + Sound Week to raise awareness about safety and health programs in the workplace.

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Top 5 OSHA Violations of 2016

Top 5 OSHA Violations of 2016

Learn about the top 5 OSHA violations in 2016, including a description of the OSHA standards for each citation, who is at risk, and what you can do to avoid injuries and fines.

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OSHA's National Safety Stand-Down

OSHA's National Safety Stand-Down

Learn more about OSHA's Safety Stand-Down to prevent falls in the Construction industry and save on Fall Protection training.

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Miami-Dade County OSHA Training Requirements

Miami-Dade County OSHA Training Requirements

Learn more about the Residents First Training and Employment Program and OSHA training requirements.

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OSHA Silica Exposure Regulations

Respirable Crystalline Silica - OSHA's Final Rule

Learn about the Final Rule on OSHA's silica exposure regulations. Is your organization in compliance with the new OSHA regulation standards?

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Who Needs OSHA Training?

Who Needs OSHA Training? - Construction Industry

Who needs OSHA training? Learn more about OSHA training requirements for the Construction industry and who needs to get a 10-hour or 30-hour card.

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Preventing Workplace Burns

Every year for National Burn Awareness week, the American Burn Association brings attention to burn injuries that result in over 40,000 hospitalizations per year.

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2016 OSHA Fine Increases

OSHA fines are set to increase in 2016 for the first time in over 25 years. Learn more about new maximum penalties for OSHA citations.

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Top 5 OSHA Violations of 2015

Learn about the top OSHA violations of 2015, including a description of the OSHA standards for each citation and what training employers can provide to avoid penalties.

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What OSHA Training Course Do I Need?

10-Hour or 30-Hour? Construction or General Industry? Choose your OSHA course with our handy guide to OSHA training course options.

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Employee Labor Laws and How to Find Them

Employees want to know their rights under labor laws. Every day workers perform online searches regarding compensation, breaks, overtime and wages. Where do they look? Most of the answers can be found within the Fair Labor Standards Act, OSHA standards and State regulations. It can be confusing.

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What is OSHA?

More than 90 million American spend their days on the job. As a nation, they are our most valuable resource. And surprisingly until 1970, no uniform and comprehensive requirements existed for workplace safety and their protection against health hazards.

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HAZWOPER Training - Who Needs It?

HAZWOPER is an acronym which stands for Hazardous Waste Operations and Emergency Response. HAZWOPER training is covered under OSHA standard 29 CFR Part 1910.120.

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You've Finished OSHA Safety Training - Now What?

You've finished your OSHA safety training- now what? Learn how to add to your resume or LinkedIn, continue your safety education and more.

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Top 4 OSHA Training Questions Answered

Need to get an OSHA card but not sure of where to start? Whether OSHA training is a requirement for your state, your job, or part of your official safety and health program, chances are you will be able to find the course that's right for you online.

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What You Need to Know about OSHA Certification

How can you get OSHA Certified? Contrary to popular belief, OSHA does not certify workers, but does authorize certain training courses. Read on to learn more.

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New OSHA Hazard Communication Standards

There are changes to OSHA regulations that are being rolled out over the next couple years and will affect an estimated 5 million workplaces and 43 million employees. The first of these regulations goes into effect December 31, 2013. Is your company ready?

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OSHA Construction Industry Training Becomes Mandatory

For the past 40 years, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration has helped minimize hazardous work environments and promote worker safety. As a result, the total rate of workplace injuries and illnesses significantly declined.

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A Reference Guide to OSHA Cards

The US Department of Labor issues OSHA 10 and OSHA 30 cards upon successful completion of an authorized OSHA Outreach course. Find out more about DOL cards and who can get one.

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Employee Rights Under OSHA

The creation of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in 1970 provided workers the right to a safe and healthful work environment. A safe and healthful workplace means all hazards are removed. If hazards cannot be removed completely, protection must be provided to the employees.

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Preventing Falls - The 3 Basic Rules of Fall Protection

Falls are the leading cause of death in construction despite how preventable these deaths are. In 2010, there were 774 fatalities in the construction industry, and slightly more than one third of them (264) were from falls, many from just six feet.

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