Course Category: Health & Well-Being

Safety Awareness

If you’re like many safety professionals, you spend your days (and probably nights, too) working on and thinking about ways to make your workplace safer. Unfortunately, this can all come to naught without one thing your workers need to develop: a sense of safety awareness — building safety into the way your workers think about things.

Cannabis Workplace Safety for Employers

Assessment of impairment at work may prove to be the most difficult aspect of designing and implementing policies regarding use of marijuana, as testing for drug and alcohol use remains one of the most contentious contemporary issues in workplace law.

Behavior-Based Safety

This lesson introduces behavior-based safety concepts to employees and creates awareness around what influences employees to change unsafe behaviors before an accident or injury happens.

Aerial and Scissor Lift Safety

Operating aerial lifts safely requires preventive maintenance and conditioning of machinery, as well as a lot of considerations before even turning on the key, because the majority of aerial lift accidents happen because of a lack of training or inattention.

Cold Stress

Employers and employees must plan ahead when working in cold conditions.