Training A-Z

All courses are listed below.


A Step-by-Step Guide to Problem-Solving - Level 2
We all take different approaches to problem-solving—with varying levels of success. Although there’s no single, best approach, using a problem-solving framework can improve your results.



You may have already been introduced to the five-step approach to overcoming problems in the first level, "Problem-Solving Fundamentals" or you may be starting at this level. In either case, in this 1.5 hour e-learning course you will learn in more detail how to implement the five-step approach.

$69.00

Advanced Problem-Solving - Level 3
Whether you’re new to problem-solving or just want to improve your skills, this 2-hour e-learning course is packed with valuable information and proven strategies that will set you up for success. We’ll cover topics like divergent and convergent thinking, the benefits and risks of using heuristics in problem-solving, how to reframe problems to find creative solutions, and how to use design thinking to take a human-centered approach to solving complicated problems.

$79.00

Better Writing for Better EHS
Good business writing is essential to an effective EHS program.
Whether you’re writing an email, report, internal training document, or pitch—the ability to communicate a message effectively through writing is an essential business skill.
In this course, you’ll learn how to define your writing goals, analyze your audience, and choose the best medium for your message. You’ll then explore techniques for structuring your writing—and editing and proofreading your work. Finally, take your writing style to the next level with tips to ensure that it’s clear, concise, and courteous.

$39.00

Bloodborne Pathogens Part 1: What is a Bloodborne Pathogen?
Part 1 of BBP Exposure Control defines and covers the basics of what BBP are, the different types of BBP, where they are found, and where they are not commonly found unless blood is visible.
Additional topics include how BBP can be transferred from one person to the next through direct or indirect contact in the workplace, and the purpose of a BBP Exposure Control Plan.

$20.99

Bloodborne Pathogens Part 2: Prevent the Spread!
Part 2 of BBP Exposure Control trains on industry best practices to prevent the spread of BBP in the workplace. An emphasis is placed on treating all body fluids as potentially infectious material.
Additional topics include understanding the different types of personal protective equipment that help protect against exposure to BBP, and the proper way to don, doff, and dispose of contaminated gloves.

$20.99

Bloodborne Pathogens Part 3: Exposure Response
Part 3 of BBP Exposure Control defines what exposure or contact with potentially infectious material is, and what immediate action to take upon exposure.
Additional topics include Hepatitis B vaccination information, proper reporting methods, and employee rights to seek medical treatment.

$20.99

Bloodborne Pathogens: Universal Precautions
Universal Precautions training covers general safety awareness and best practices for employees to follow if they should come into BBP in the workplace.
Additional topics include understanding the different types of BBP, and unless it’s part of job responsibility, remember to not touch anybody else’s bodily fluid.

$20.99

Caught-In or Between: Awareness
Caught-In & Caught-Between Awareness defines the basic hazards associated with caught-in or caught-between conditions found on typical jobsites.
Additional topics include unguarded machinery, buried-in or by, and pinned between hazards and their control methods. Learners will identify, prevent, and become more mindful of circumstances that could lead to possible injuries on the jobsite.
An interactive simulation is included to guide the learner through a virtual construction jobsite where they can observe workers completing dangerous tasks that involve various caught-in and caught-between hazards.

$20.99

Confined Space and Permit Required Confined Space (PRCS) Part 1: General Awareness
Confined Space and Permit Required Confined Space (PRCS) training explains the definitions, roles & responsibilities, and evaluation methods to ensure safe work practices on the jobsite.
Additional topics include understanding the conditions associated with hazardous atmospheres, different types of space configurations, and how to respond when hazards are detected during entry into a PRCS.
An interactive simulation is included where the learner is tasked with filling the role of the entrant preparing to enter a PRCS. The entrant must perform pre-entry checks, review the entry permit, assess whether or not it is safe to enter, evaluate, and respond to hazards.

$20.99

Confined Space and Permit-Required Confined Space (PRCS) Part 2: The Types and Rescue Requirements
Permit Required Confined Space (PRCS) The Types and Rescue Requirements describe the roles and duties of the authorized entrant, attendant, and supervisor.
Additional topics include the two types of confined spaces, the use of appropriate PPE and retrieval devices based on the hazards of the space, and different entry rescue service options.
An interactive simulation is included where the learner plays the role of the attendant. The attendant’s objective is to perform pre-entry checks, review the entry permit, communicate with the entrant, assess whether or not it is safe for the entrant to enter the space, evaluate and respond to hazards, approve or suspend the entry permit, and perform rescue from outside the PRCS.

$20.99

Confined Space and Permit-Required Confined Space (PRCS) Part 3: The Permit
Permit Required Confined Space (PRCS) The Permit explains the general requirements and meaning of the 15 sections of the entry permit.
Additional topics include proper signage and posting requirements, understanding designated roles and responsibilities, acceptable entry conditions, and when to cancel an entry permit

$20.99

Construction Site Safety Overview
This course covers total worker safety and health, which begins by teaching about potential hazards commonly found in the workplace. Learners will get an overview of each hazard and how to identify them and the right to work in a safe and hazard free workplace.
An interactive simulation is included to guide learners through a virtual construction environment allowing them to develop and apply visual literacy skills by searching for common hazards that can lead to injuries or potential accidents.

$20.99

Culture of Safety - Understanding and Implementing CoSMA
This 2 to 2 1/2 hour online Culture of Safety course, developed in collaboration with Nike Inc., helps suppliers and 3rd party consultants to learn how to use Nike's Culture of Safety Maturity Assessment and Assessment Tool to create an optimized production process that reduces impacts, eliminates waste, and enables skilled and engaged workers to drive quality and productivity. It has two sections. The basic section is Understanding CoSMA (Culture of Safety Maturity Assessment). The advanced section is Implementing CoSMA.

$149.00

Disaster Preparedness for Business
40% of businesses do not recover from a disaster. The purpose of this online e-learning course is to discuss what man-made and natural disasters are and how to deal with the consequences.
Contact hours/REHS contact hours: 2.0

$139.00

Earthmoving Equipment
Earthmoving Equipment explains the different types of equipment, common hazards, associated controls, and required safety features.
Additional topics include the importance of maintaining a preventative maintenance schedule, training on proper usage under various conditions, regular equipment inspections, and runaway vehicle controls.
An interactive simulation guides learners through a construction jobsite where they must identify common hazards related to different types of earthmoving equipment being operated.

$20.99

Electrical Equipment Inspection
Electrical equipment inspection covers the basics of visual inspection for portable equipment. This training explains how to inspect handheld and portable tools for different types of cord and plug electrical hazards.
Additional topics include how to properly inspect and look for electrocution hazards with double-insulated tools, two-prong and three-prong plugs, and extension cords.

$20.99

Electrical GFCI & AEGCP Awareness
Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters (GFCI) and the Assured Equipment Grounding Connector Program (AEGCP) are two options to protect workers from electrical injuries.
Topics introduced include understanding the importance of not working with electricity unless properly trained and instructed to do so by the employer.
An interactive simulation is included to help learners become aware of the many electrical hazards found throughout the jobsite in a virtual construction environment.

$20.99

Electrical Hazards – BE SAFE Part 1: Burns, Electrocution, and Shock
BE SAFE Part 1 helps learners remember the different types of electrical hazards. “B” is for Burns, “E” is for Electrocution, and “S” is for Shock.
This training module examines electrical hazards, the types of injuries that electrical hazards can cause, why electricity is so dangerous, and how to develop increased self-awareness around electricity.
An interactive experience is included where the learner must identify hazards that could cause electrical burns, electrocution, or shock injuries in a virtual warehouse environment.

$20.99

Electrical Hazards – BE SAFE Part 2: Arc Flash/Blast, Fire, and Explosion
BE SAFE Part 2 helps learners remember the different types of electrical hazards. “A” is for Arc Flash/Arc Blast, “F” is for Fire, and “E” is for Explosion.
This training module defines and explains how to stay safe from an arc flash and arc blast, the causes of electrical fires and how to prevent them, and what steps workers can take to prevent explosion hazards while on the job.
An interactive experience is included where the learner can practice working through common workplace scenarios that can lead to an arc flash and arc blast, electrical fire, and explosion in a virtual warehouse environment.

$20.99

Electrocution Awareness - Construction
Electrocution Awareness is part of the OSHA Fatal 4 training for all workers in the construction industry. This training helps the learner understand and identify potential electrical dangers while on a construction jobsite.
Learners will explore ways to stay safe and become more self-aware of electrocution hazards, the difference between shock and electrocution, and safety controls around electricity. Overhead powerline safety, damaged equipment, and cords are also discussed in detail.
An interactive experience is included where learners will explore a construction jobsite and identify potential electrocution hazards.

$20.99

Emergency Action Plan & Medical Services -- Construction
Emergency Action Plan (EAP) Medical and First Aid explains the different types of emergency situations and hazards that are reasonably expected on the jobsite.
Additional topics include the expectations, requirements, and procedures that make up the documented EAP to ensure the safety of employees if a potential emergency occurs.
An interactive simulation prepares learners on how to respond to various common emergencies found on the jobsite by applying their knowledge of common EAP procedures.

$20.99

Emergency Action Plan and Medical Services
Emergency Action Plan (EAP) Medical and First Aid explains the different types of emergency situations and
hazards that often occur in the workplace. Additional topics include the expectations, requirements,
and procedures that make up the documented EAP to ensure the safety of employees if a potential emergency occurs.
An interactive simulation prepares learners on how to respond to a few common emergencies by utilizing
their knowledge of common EAP procedures in a virtual construction environment.

$20.99

Emergency Action Planning -- Exits and Egress
This module teaches about the importance of maintaining emergency exits and knowing safety features in buildings that allow all workers to find a path of travel to an exit without confusion.
Additional topics include the three sections of an exit route, understanding exits and egress signage, and what to look for to ensure exit routes are always free from obstruction during normal operations.

An interactive experience guides the learner through a simulated fire emergency where they must carefully observe their surroundings, identify hazards, and follow an evacuation plan to find the nearest safe exit.

$20.99

Ethics for EHS Professionals Final Exam Only
This Final Quiz covers topics and content from the entire course. There are 15 questions. A final score of at least 70% on this quiz is required to pass the course. You have 3 attempts. There is no time limit.

$50.00

Ethics for EHS Professionals Online 3.0
In this 2-hour online course, through interactive activities using case studies and scenarios, we will examine the fundamental causes of our actions and examine the Code of Ethics for both health and safety professionals with an emphasis on Industrial Hygiene.
Contact hours/REHS contact hours: 2.0

This course meets the Ethics Requirement of ABIH.

$79.00

Fall Protection Systems
Fall Protection Systems awareness training illustrates the different types of systems, under what conditions must a system be put in place, and how to be protected from objects that fall from above.
Additional topics include body belts, working positioning systems, and travel restraint systems. Learners will gain an awareness of their surroundings and understand which personal fall protection system best suits the work being performed.
An interactive simulation allows the learner to explore a construction environment in a high-rise building and identify potential hazards and missing fall protection systems.

$20.99

Fall Protection Systems Awareness -- Construction
Fall Protection Systems awareness training illustrates the different types of systems, under what conditions must a system be put in place, and how to be protected from objects that fall from above.
Additional topics include body belts, working positioning systems, and travel restraint systems. Learners will gain an awareness of their surroundings and understand which personal fall protection system best suits work being performed on a jobsite.
An interactive simulation allows the learner to explore a construction environment in a high-rise building and identify potential hazards and missing fall protection systems.

$20.99

Fire Extinguisher Inspection
Fire Extinguisher: Inspection covers the needed inspections for fire extinguishers in the workplace. Trainees will learn what parts of the fire extinguisher need to be inspected.
An interactive simulation is included for the learner to perform a step-by-step inspection of a standard fire extinguisher and its component parts.

$20.99

Fire Extinguisher Inspection -- Construction
Fire Extinguisher: Inspection covers the needed inspections for fire extinguishers in the workplace. Trainees will learn what parts of the fire extinguisher need to be inspected.
An interactive simulation is included for the learner to perform a step-by-step inspection of a standard fire extinguisher and its component parts.

$20.99

Fire Extinguisher Use
Fire Extinguisher Use helps learners to know which types of fires can be fought with a portable extinguisher, the factors that determine when to fight a fire, evacuate immediately, or follow up by calling 911.

Additional topics include what to do if an employee is not comfortable fighting a fire, when to initiate the emergency evacuation procedure, and how to properly use a fire extinguisher using the P.A.S.S. method.
An interactive simulation tasks the learner with responding to fire emergency scenarios with differing levels of severity to evaluate and determine whether or not to use a fire extinguisher, evacuate, or call emergency services.

$20.99

Fire Prevention Awareness
Fire Prevention Awareness explains the different components of the written fire prevention plan, how to identify flammable and combustible chemicals, and potential ignition sources.
An interactive simulation allows the learner to practice a scene assessment, interacting with pictograms, inspecting drum labels, and identifying potential ignition sources.

$20.99

Fire Protection Awareness
Fire Protection Awareness explains the fire triangle and its components, different fire extinguishers, their uses, inspection requirements, and the steps to follow when using an extinguisher.
An interactive simulation prepares learners to determine when to evacuate or fight a fire based on its conditions, and how to properly use a fire extinguisher using the P.A.S.S. method.

$20.99

Focus Four: Struck-By Hazard Awareness
This course details the basic information and hazards associated with flying, falling, swinging, and rolling hazards.
Learners will practice situational awareness skills in a simulated environment to identify these types of common hazards. Topics include self-awareness and personal safety around coworkers, tools, equipment, and heavy machinery while on the jobsite.
An Interactive simulation tasks the learner to identify possible hazards in a virtual environment and identify if they are flying, falling, rolling, or swinging hazards.

$20.99

Forklift General Safety
This module covers general safety topics, and an overview of common hazards associated with forklifts in the workplace. Best practices are discussed regarding safe operations while turning, driving on slick surfaces, proper stopping distance requirements, and the use of backup alarm systems.
Additional topics covered include pedestrian awareness, parking, and the difference between attended versus unattended operations.

$20.99

Forklift Operation Awareness Part 1
Part 1 of Forklift Operator Awareness training covers basic knowledge about the different types of forklifts, associated hazards, and control mechanisms found on various lifts.
Additional topics include driver awareness tips, safe driving practices, and unique features that make forklifts different than other types of vehicles.

$20.99

Forklift Operator Awareness Part 2
Part 2 of Forklift Operator Awareness training illustrates the Forklift of Center of Gravity, best practices for driving on inclines, and how to properly stop, and park a forklift.
Additional topics include tip-over hazards and how to avoid injury should one occur, and the difference between working away from a forklift vs. leaving one unattended.

$20.99

Forklift: Key Off Inspection
The Key Off Inspection is the first of two parts to the pre-operation forklift inspection. This module explains general inspections as well as requirements for electric, internal combustion, and liquid propane forklifts.
Additional topics cover the importance and frequency of the pre-operation inspection, and what to do if the forklift does not pass inspection.
A 360 video depicts a worker inspecting their forklift prior to beginning their shift.

$20.99

Forklift: Key On Inspection
The Key On Inspection is the second of two parts to the pre-operation forklift inspection. This module explains the importance and frequency of the pre-operation inspection, and the steps necessary to remove a forklift from service.
Additional topics cover inspection items that must be checked as legible, and the verification and proper working order of all lights, the dashboard panel, safety devices, forks, and mast movement.
A 360 video depicts a worker inspecting their forklift prior to beginning their shift.
Additional topics cover inspection items that must be checked as legible, and the verification and proper working order of all lights, the dashboard panel, safety devices, forks, and mast movement.

$20.99

Fundamentals of Industrial Hygiene
The purpose of this e-learning course to is familiarize you with industrial hygiene practices and controls. This knowledge will help you develop the skills necessary to proactively recognize hazards and potential solutions in your workplace. You will help to minimize risks to workers from a variety of hazards and help create a healthier and happier work environment.
This is a course on workplace health and safety with emphasis on industrial hygiene, not the field of safety. It is NOT a certification, nor is it certification prep. It is an introduction and a very general one to safety and industrial hygiene.
Developed in partnership with the Occupational Hygiene Training Association.
Contact hours/REHS contact hours: 2.0

$179.00

Fundamentals of Workplace Safety
The purpose of this e-learning course to is familiarize you with occupational health and safety hazards and their controls. This knowledge will help you develop the skills necessary to proactively recognize hazards and potential solutions in your workplace. You will help to minimize risks to workers from a variety of hazards and help create a healthier and happier work environment.
This is NOT a course on industrial hygiene and NOT a certification. It is an introduction to the principles of occupational safety and industrial hygiene.
Developed in partnership with the Occupational Hygiene Training Association.
Contact hours/REHS contact hours: 2.0

$179.00

General Industry Safety Overview
This course covers total worker safety and health, which begins by teaching about potential hazards commonly found in the workplace. Learners will get an overview of each hazard and how to identify them and the right to work in a safe and hazard-free workplace.
An interactive simulation is included to guide learners through a virtual warehouse environment allowing them to develop and apply visual literacy skills by searching for common hazards that can lead to injuries or potential accidents.

$20.99

Hazard Communication
Hazard Communication Awareness trains learners about the importance of the global standard, the 16 sections of a Safety Data Sheet, and the meaning behind each of the 9 Pictograms.
Additional topics include information about signal words and precautionary statements, container labeling requirements, and an overview of additional labeling guidelines that are not hazard communication compliant yet are commonly found in the workplace.
An interactive simulation provides learners the opportunity to observe different types of chemical labels, interpret parts of Safety Data Sheets, and evaluate how best to respond to a spill.

$20.99

How to Avoid a Conflict of Interest
The purpose of this short e-learning course is to enable you to know how to identify potential conflicts and how to handle them when they arise.
Contact Hours: 0.5 hours

$15.00

Ladder Inspection
Ladder Inspection training focuses on the basics of ladder use and the different categories and types of ladders. The importance of inspections prior to use, and what to look for during an inspection are explained in detail. The training includes different types of portable ladders found at work.
An interactive simulation trains the learner to perform an inspection of an A-Frame ladder and identify potential safety hazards on various ladder components before use.

$20.99

Ladder Use
Ladder Use training focuses on identifying the proper ladder to use for the job, proper setup, and placement for A-Frame and extension ladders.
Additional topics covered include safety around electricity, climbing or descending ladders properly, and key personal safety tips when working on ladders.
An interactive simulation trains the learner to identify potential safety hazards related to ladder use and setup in a virtual warehouse environment.

$20.99

Lockout/Tagout (LOTO)
The Control of Hazardous Energy illustrates the three roles of the Lockout Tagout (LOTO) program, reviews different safety devices, and provides an example of how to initiate the LOTO process, and the steps to release from LOTO.
An interactive simulation is included to help learners identify different energy sources and which lockout device to apply prior to maintenance.

$20.99

Lockout/Tagout (LOTO) -- Construction
The Control of Hazardous Energy illustrates the three roles of the Lockout Tagout (LOTO) program, reviews different safety devices, and provides an example of how to initiate the LOTO process, and the steps to release from LOTO.
An interactive simulation is included to help learners identify different energy sources and which lockout device to apply prior to maintenance.

$20.99

Machine Guarding
This module explains the basic knowledge of machine guarding hazards found on construction sites. This includes hand tools, power tools, saws, point-of-operation
hazards, in-running nip points, belts, shafts, pulleys, and gears.
Learners will discover how to identify these hazards and how to protect themselves from becoming an injury statistic.
An interactive simulation is included to guide learners through a virtual workshop environment allowing them to inspect various types of machinery searching for missing machine guards.

$20.99

Occupational Noise: Hearing Conservation
Hearing Conservation teaches about occupational noise, hearing loss, the importance of a Hearing Conservation Program, and how to properly insert foam earplugs.
Additional topics include the effects of hearing loss and ways to determine what level of hearing protection may be required based on the work environment.
An interactive simulation trains learners how to make decisions based on sound meter readings and assess the impact of noise exposure on the job.

$20.99

Occupational Safety and Health Awareness Overview (for individuals and not for profit organizations only)
The purpose of this 2 1/2 - 3 hour online course to is familiarize you with occupational health and safety hazards and their control. This knowledge will help you develop the skills necessary to proactively recognize hazards and potential solutions in your workplace. You will help to minimize risks to workers from a variety of hazards and help create a healthier and happier work environment. Developed in partnership with the Occupational Hygiene Training Association.

$179.00

Performance Management
Performance management is people management. In this course, you’ll learn to give feedback effectively and continually. You’ll cover how to improve poor performance, challenge top performers, and meaningfully engage managers. You’ll also take away tips to continually improve performance and results for management, team, and company.

$139.00

Personal Fall Arrest Systems: Donning the Harness
Personal Fall Arrest System (PFAS) Donning training will help learners understand how to correctly don, tighten the straps, and align the PFAS. They will know how to properly check to verify the PFAS is secure, and learn how to avoid suspension trauma.

$20.99

Personal Fall Arrest Systems: Inspection
Personal Fall Arrest System (PFAS) Inspection training is for all employees that are required to wear and maintain PFAS for work. Learners will understand the different types of PFAS, proper care, inspection, and what to do when there is damage to the PFAS.
An interactive simulation allows the learner to identify individual components of a harness that are required to be inspected for common defects prior to use.

$20.99

PPE - Body, Hands, Feet
This module trains how to choose the right body, hands, and feet protection to help prevent injuries in the workplace. Learners explore various use cases for each type of PPE, when to select one type over another, and the importance of proper inspection before use.
Additional topics include which PPE to use to prevent and deal with thermal and chemical burns, vibration hazards, and temperature extremes.
An interactive simulation tasks the learner with inspecting PPE before the workday begins. Checking for defects and selecting the proper Body, Hands, and Feet PPE required for the work being described

$20.99

PPE - Eyes, Face, Head
This module trains how to choose the right eye, face, and head protection to help prevent injuries in the workplace. Learners explore various use cases for each type of PPE when to select one type over another, and the importance of proper inspection before use.

Additional topics include various types of protection control methods to include impact ratings for eye protection, different types of face shield protection, and hard hat classifications.
An interactive simulation is included to demonstrate the importance of eye and face protection when operating equipment in a virtual machine shop.

$20.99

PPE - Hazardous Environments
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Hazardous Environments illustrates how to evaluate the work environment and associated hazards, as well as how to identify and select the proper PPE to protect against hazardous chemical environments. The training identifies the correct PPE requirements for Protection Levels A, B, C, and D depending on the hazards, environment, and needs.
Additional topics include immediately dangerous to life and health environments, and the associated routes of potential exposure to hazardous materials.
A 360 video instructs how to inspect chemical protective, non-encapsulating suites for PPE Level B, and Level C. Additional topics address how to choose which type of PPE to use, and how to identify common points of penetration.

$20.99

PPE Awareness
PPE Awareness teaches about the Hierarchy of Controls, an overview of different types of PPE, and how to determine which types of PPE are required based on the work area and work being performed.
Additional topics include identifying the proper respirator to protect against airborne hazards, hearing protection requirements, and the importance of proper fit, inspection, and care of all PPE.
An interactive simulation guides the learner through a workshop environment to evaluate the PPE of workers operating woodworking equipment/power tools and distribute the proper PPE.

$20.99

PPE Respiratory Protection
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Respiratory Protection is for all employees that are required to wear and maintain respiratory protective equipment. This training covers the employer requirements to identify the hazards employees are exposed to, and how to protect against airborne hazards on the jobsite.
Additional topics include information about the Respiratory Protection Program, medical fit testing, inspection, and maintenance of various types of respirators commonly found on the jobsite.
A 360 video instructs how to inspect air-purifying respirators and ensure they are safe for use. Additional topics covered include determining which types of filters to use based on the manufacturer and exploring different parts of the respirator and common defects found during inspections.

$20.99

Preventing Construction Injuries: OSHA'S Focus Four Workplace Hazards
This e-learning course covers OSHA Construction Focus Four Workplace Hazards in depth. The Focus Four Hazards are Falls, Struck-By Object Hazards, Caught-In and -Between Hazards, and Electrocution.
Contact hours/REHS contact hours: 6.0

$129.00

Preventing Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens at Work
This e-learning course provides the learner with the knowledge to know the risks of exposure, procedures and controls for preventing exposure, and procedures folloowing exposure to infectious materials. This course provides a Certificate of Completion. While it includes coverage of OSHA's Bloodborne Pathogens Standard (29 CFR 1910.1030) as amended pursuant to the 2000 Needlestick Safety and Prevention Act, it does not provide OSHA certification.
Contact hours/REHS Contact hours: 1.0

$19.00

Preventing Valley Fever - Protect Yourself Training
This 1/2 hour online course provides workers, employers, and others who are exposed to the Valley Fever fungus with the information they need to understand what the disease is, who is susceptible, what preventative measures to take, and how early detection, diagnosis and treatment can help to mitigate the severity of the symptoms.

California passed a law in 2019 requiring that construction companies in California's Central Valley and Central Coast (11 counties) provide training on Valley Fever.

$23.00

Preventing Workplace Slips, Trips, and Falls
The purpose of this e-learning course to is help managers and employees to put in place and effectively use controls, policies and procedures to significantly reduce injuries at the workplace through slips, trips and falls.
Contact hours/REHS contact hours: 1.0

$35.00

Preventing Workplace Violence - California Requirements for Employers
In September 2023 the State of California amended the Labor Code and Code of Civil Procedure to add requirements for employers for workplace violence prevention. This 45-minute e-learning course addresses these changes, in particular, requirements for a workplace violence prevention plan, violent incident log, and training and recordkeeping obligations.

$69.00

Preventing Workplace Violence - Fundamentals
This e-learning course lays the groundwork for companies to meet Cal/OSHA’s Workplace Violence training requirement per §3343. Since Cal/OSHA standards are among the most protective in the nation, following its guidelines is advisable wherever the workplace is located.

To fully meet the training requirement, employers must additionally provide company-specific and/or facility-specific information.
Contact hours/REHS contact hours: 1.0

$39.00

Preventing Workplace Violence - Sexual Harassment Training
In this e-learning course, you’ll learn what a respectful workplace looks like, how to recognize harassment and discrimination, and what laws are in place to safeguard the workplace. We’ll then dig into the specifics of sexual harassment, including how to prevent and respond to inappropriate behavior as both an employee and a manager.
Contact hours/REHS contact hours: 1.5

$39.00

Preventing Workplace Violence - Workplace Harassment and Bullying
In this e-learning course, you’ll learn what a respectful workplace looks like, how to recognize harassment and discrimination, and what laws are in place to safeguard the workplace. We’ll then dig into the specifics of workplace harassment, including how to prevent and respond to inappropriate behavior as both an employee and a manager.
Contact hours/REHS contact hours: 1.5

$39.00

Preventing Workplace Violence: Fundamentals + Workplace Harassment and Bullying
This is a combination e-learning course that includes two Preventing Workplace Violence courses -- both Fundamentals and  Workplace Harassment and Bullying.

$59.00

Preventing Workplace Violence: Fundamentals + Sexual Harassment Training for Employees and Managers
This is a combination e-learning course that includes two Preventing Workplace Violence courses -- both Fundamentals and Sexual Harassment Training for Employees and Managers.

$59.00

Preventing Work-Related Back Injuries
The purpose of this e-learning course to is help managers and employees to put in place and effectively use controls, policies and procedures to significantly reduce work-related back injuries.
Contact hours/REHS contact hours: 1.0

$39.00

Problem-Solving Fundamentals - Level 1
In this 1 to 1.5 hour e-learning course, you’ll start with a five-step problem-solving process anyone can use. Then, you’ll learn some strategies and behaviors to make problem-solving easier. Finally, you’ll get tips for rising above challenges and barriers that will inevitably come your way.

$59.00

Protect Yourself: Wildfire Smoke Employee Training
This e-learning training is specifically for workers in three states that have regulations to protect employees from the health hazards of wildfire smoke -- California, Washington State and Oregon. The course is also beneficial for employees in other states who may be exposed to wildfire smoke even if their state does not have a regulation.
Contact hours/REHS contact hours: 1.0

$39.00

Risk Communication
The purpose of this e-learning course is to assist those responsible for environmental, health, or safety issues to effectively communicate risk information to employees, community members, and the media. You will gain an understanding of how risk is perceived and learn the best approaches to communicating risk. You will understand which computer-based applications can be used successfully in risk communication. Case studies and real world examples (including COVID-19) are incorporated into the course.
Contact hours/REHS contact hours: 5.0

$349.00 - $499.00

Scaffolding Awareness
Scaffolding Awareness outlines the basic information and hazards associated with scaffolding. It identifies the various different reasons that a fall from scaffolds occurs.
Additional topics cover the role of the competent person, what unsafe structures look like, and how to identify when their own safety is at risk on raised platforms. The learner will explore different control methods for falling objects, electrical systems, and collapse hazards.
An interactive simulation tasks the learner to explore an active construction site and identify common hazards related to scaffolding.

$20.99

Successful Reporting for Project Managers
Tasks, assignments, budgets, contingencies—these are just a few of the balls project managers must keep in the air. And while they’re juggling everything, they also have to keep information organized and ready to share with the larger team. What’s their secret? It starts with reporting.
In this course, you’ll learn how to develop and implement project reporting. You’ll also discover how to create effective plans, control progress, and even foresee possible challenges. And by the end of the course, you’ll understand how savvy reporting can elevate the work you and your team do.

$29.00

The Remote Work Survival Guide
This 30-45 minute online course can help you to set time management goals and boundaries when you are working from home, set up your workspace to help prevent injuries, and identify actions you can take to be productive while avoiding burnout.

$19.00

Trenching Awareness
Trenching and Excavation Awareness explains the basics for trenching and excavation hazards on the jobsite.
Learners will discover the different protective devices required to maintain safety, and how to protect themselves in and around trenching and excavation areas.
Additional topics include the ability to identify different types of trenching hazards, how to control these hazards, and the role of the competent person in relation to trench safety.
An interactive simulation is included that tasks the learner to inspect a recently constructed trench for possible hazards that could result in a total trench collapse.

$20.99

Walking Working Surfaces
This course teaches common hazards that are found around the workplace relating to walking and working surfaces. These surfaces can lead to unwanted injuries if not maintained properly.
Learners will gain knowledge on what signs to look out for to avoid hazards and how to signal to others about the hazards.
An interactive simulation is included to guide learners through a virtual workplace environment allowing them to observe various hazards that could lead to injuries or potential incidents.

$20.00

Walkthrough Hazard Assessment Training
This e-learning course is designed to teach not only production, location, and safety managers, but also cast and crew to recognize potential hazards associated with the various types of buildings used by film and television productions. It will educate on the various common building-related hazards in the industry that can increase health risks to workers, potentially leading to disease or death, if left unexamined.
Contact hours/REHS contact hours: 2.5

$199.00

Welding and Hotwork Part 1
Welding and Hotwork Part 1 covers the common body hazards and controls related to welding, cutting, and grinding.
Additional topics discussed include identification and controls for gas and fume exposure, electric shock, and the use of proper PPE to protect against eye, face, and body hazards.

$20.99

Welding and Hotwork Part 1 -- Construction
Welding and Hotwork Part 1 covers the common body hazards and controls related to welding, cutting, and grinding.
Additional topics discussed include identification and controls for gas and fume exposure, electric shock, and the use of proper PPE to protect against eye, face, and body hazards.

$20.99

Welding and Hotwork Part 2
Welding and Hotwork Part 2 outlines additional hazards and other employee protection methods related to welding and grinding in the workplace.
Additional topics include gas cylinder safety, hot work fire precautions and prohibited areas, fire suppression equipment, fire watch responsibilities, and hot work permit requirements.

$20.99

Welding and Hotwork Part 2 -- Construction
Welding and Hotwork Part 2 outlines additional hazards and other employee protection methods related to welding and grinding in the workplace.
Additional topics include gas cylinder safety, hot work fire precautions and prohibited areas, fire suppression equipment, fire watch responsibilities, and hot work permit requirements.
An interactive simulation trains workers to identify and correct potentially hazardous welding operations commonly found in the workplace.

$20.99

What the Fog!
The purpose of this 4- to 6-hour course is to train workers on the front lines (you) with knowledge and skills so you can proactively manage atmospheric fog use in your workplace. The course comes with a companion downloadable Course Guidance Manual.

$299.00

Workplace Emergencies: What You Need to Know
This e-learning course will provide you and your company with basic emergency procedures for all kinds of emergencies including weather, hazardous materials, workplace violence, suspicious packages, civil disturbances and more.
Contact hours/REHS contact hours: 1.0

$39.00

Workplace Emergency Protocols (template)
This is a complete one-hour e-learning course that is in template form. The course is customizable to include the company's Emergency Action Plan.

$19.00

Workplace Safety Basics for New Hires
This e-learning course will introduce new employees (and veteran employees, too) to the fundamentals of workplace safety, demonstrating the importance the company places on its safety culture. The course is designed to cover the basic hazards and precautions that most workers need to be aware of.
Contact hours/REHS contact hours: 1.0

$19.00

Workplace Safety Basics for New Hires - template
This 1-hour online course will introduce new employees (and veteran employees, too) to the fundamentals of workplace safety, demonstrating the importance the company places on its safety culture (Phylmar Academy). The course is customizable through a collaboration between your company and Phylmar Academy.

$19.00