331HEAT Heat Stress
Heat stress and the effects of heat stress are discussed in this course. Symptoms of minor heat stress and heat exhaustion are described. Information on how the body controls heat is explained, and factors to consider when working in the heat are described. Various control strategies such as safe work practices, personal protective equipment, and exposure limits are explained.

814FIREX Fire Extinguisher Training
In this course, the user is given general knowledge on the different classifications of fires and the different types of fire extinguishers used to put them out. It also describes how to use a typical fire extinguisher. Fire prevention tips are also discussed.

331HEAT Hot Work Permits
This course is designed to teach the basics of the OSHA required hot work permit procedure. Upon completion of this course, the employee should be able to determine what jobs require a hot work permit, identify the conditions that must exist in order to issue a hot work permit, and identify the safety tasks and responsibilities of all personnel involved in hot work.

821RESP Respiratory Protection
This course introduces the OSHA regulation governing respiratory protection. The responsibilities of the employer and employee are also explained. Types of respirators and the proper conditions during which to use them are described. Finally, respirator maintenance is discussed.

829H2S Hazards of Hydrogen Sulfide
This course explains the properties of hydrogen sulfide, where it occurs, and its effects upon humans. Emergency response procedures are covered, including the personal protective equipment needed and basic first aid for treatment of exposed individuals.

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354FLBAS Forklift Basics
This course describes the basic design of the forklift. It also covers OSHA regulations regarding the training necessary to operate a forklift. Special detail is given to forklift operation under a variety of special circumstances.

337TRAIN Electrical Safety Training
This course provides training for employees who may reasonably be expected to face a risk of injury due to electrical shock or another electrical hazards. This training contains practices included in the safety-related work practices standards and can be on-the-job or classroom type. The role of personal protective equipment is discussed.

335PARTS Electricity - Exposed Energized Parts
In this course, the user will learn the precautions to take when working on exposed live parts or near exposed live parts. Guidelines for qualified and unqualified people working near overhead lines are explained. Procedures for illumination, working in confined or enclosed workspaces, conductive materials, conductive apparel or equipment, housekeeping duties, and interlocks are explained.

833LADRS Ladder Safety
This course describes the three basic types of ladders: single portable ladders, extension ladders, and stepladders. The importance of inspecting ladders for safety prior to use is stressed, and detailed instructions are given. Finally, safety precautions to consider while using ladders are discussed.

333ELECT Basics of Electricity
The process operator will learn definitions of various Safety Policies and Procedures, including Hot Work Policy, Lockout/Tagout Policy and Assured Grounding Policy. This lesson also explains how electricity is measured and what the effects of various levels have on the human body. To reduce the hazard of electrical shock, grounding the equipment and maintaining the ground at all times is necessary. Ground Fault Circuit Interrupters are used to sense differences in current flow between the hot and neutral wires in an electrical circuit.

334TAG Electricity - Lockout and Tagging
The application of locks and tags is explained in detail in this course. When working on equipment or circuits that may be energized, it is important to deenergize the parts that the employee may be exposed to unless deenergizing the parts may cause additional hazards. The circuits which are energizing the parts must be locked out or tagged out or both. It is also important to verify that the equipment has been deenergized. The steps to follow when reenergizing are explained in detail.

820LOCK Lockout/Tagout
This course teaches you about the Hazardous Energy Control Procedure. You learn about the regulations to prevent injury, and the control of energy, lockout, and tagout. You learn about the three types of employees covered in the procedure, the lockout/tagout procedures, and about the periodic checks done.

835BUTA Hazards of Butadiene
This course describes the primary uses and hazards of butadiene. The consequences of exposure are discussed, and methods to avoid such exposure are explained.