Offering safety training for employees isn't just good practice, it's mandatory for many companies. Our training covers important topics such as personal protective equipment and forklift safety, and goes beyond to include topics such as OSHA recordkeeping and hearing conservation. Our wide range of topics gives learners well-rounded safety training to keep them from getting injured or jeopardizing the safety of others.
Workplace safety is everyone's responsibility, which is why many of our safety training courses include videos made specifically for managers, and others just for employees. This helps managers understand the legal standards they need to meet and protects employees from on-the-job risks.
The annual cost of employee injury and illness is about $250 billion, but providing to-the-point and relevant safety training content can help mitigate these costs and ultimately improve productivity. Safety training for employees fosters a happier and healthier work environment and will save your company money.
Our safety training for employees is mobile and accessible 24/7 through our LMS, Thinkzoom. Factory or warehouse workers without access to computer terminals can access our training from mobile devices, giving them the ability to review training content as needed when on the job during any shift. If your employees are mobile (like plumbers, painters, electricians, and carpenters), then your training should be too. Try out our mobile-ready training now with a free trial of our Thinkzoom LMS.
Preview our Safety Training Courses
OSHA Recordkeeping: First Aid
OSHA requires that you record injuries or illnesses on the job that require medical treatment beyond first aid. But how do you classify something as first aid? This course defines what is categorized as first aid and what is considered medical treatment.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
OSHA has established rules and responsibilities for employers to maintain safe work environments. OSHA requires employers to establish and administer an effective Personal Protective Equipment, or PPE, program for employees. In order for employers to know what personal protective equipment is necessary, they need to conduct an assessment to determine the various physical and health hazards. OSHA regulations also require employers to institute engineering and work practice controls to reduce hazards before using PPE. In this course, learn what exactly is required of employers including how to do assessments, payment rules for PPE, and training employees.
Electrical Safety for Employees
Most people work around electricity in some form or another. From overhead lighting to computers to power tools, electricity keeps them, and us, working. It's easy to take electricity for granted; however, it's a potentially hazardous energy source. Exposure to electricity can lead to shocks, burns, and even death. Because of the seriousness of these hazards, it's essential that all employees understand the basics of electrical safety. In this course, we'll talk about the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) requirements for employees working with electrical components, lockout/tagout procedures, and the seven basic safety rules for working with electricity.
Hazard Communication: Labeling
You should never judge a book by its cover, but you should always judge a chemical by its label. We all depend on labels for our safety. For that reason, we need to ensure that labels are at all times accurate and compliant. Join us as we review label standards, use, and exceptions, so you can be certain that you're doing your part.
Additional Training Topics
We cover many safety training requirements, with topics including:
- General Recordkeeping Criteria
- Hazard Communication for Employers and Employees
- Machine Guard Safety
- Propane Gas Safety
- And much more!
Check out our entire library of safety training courses now with a full-featured, full-library, 15-day free trial of our Thinkzoom LMS.