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Compressed Gas Cylinders

Description not available

Objectives:

  • Develop an understanding of common industrial gases and their characteristics
  • Identify the main hazards and causes of accidents when working with compressed gas cylinders
  • Recognize best practices to be utilized when working with compressed gas cylinders - handling, use and storage
  • Identify appropriate PPE to be utilized when working with compressed gases

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Compressed Gas Cylinders - REVISED

Working with compressed gas cylinders can present potential hazards on the jobsite. This test will describe the best work practices to be utilized with the handling, use, storage and inspection of compressed gas cylinders.

Objectives:

  • Become familiar with different types of compressed gases and their characteristics
  • Identify the best work practices to be implemented in regard to proper handling, use and storage of compressed gas cylinders
  • Recognize the main causes of accidents and potential hazards associated with working with compressed gas cylinders
  • Identify components of compressed gas cylinders and what to look for when inspecting them for safety
  • Develop an understanding of the appropriate personal protective equipment to be utilized when working with compressed gas cylinders

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Confined Space

Working in confined space settings can present a number of safety hazards. This test will describe the required safety standards, training and responsibilities of all parties involved when working in a confined space.

Objectives:

  • Define a confined space
  • Identify the hazards associated with working in a confined space
  • Become familiar with OSHA standards and how their elements relate to confined space
  • Identify the characteristics of a permit-required confined space

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Distracted Driving

Operating a vehicle while distracted can result in serious consequences to both the driver and others on the road. This test will examine the activities and behaviors that can lead to distracted driving and provide information on how to maintain safe driving practices.

Objectives:

  • Recognize activities and behaviors that can lead to distracted driving
  • Define three main types of distracted driving
  • Identify alternative actions to avoid distracted driving
  • Develop an understanding of employee and employer responsibilities relating to the safe operation of company vehicles

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Drug Free Safety Program - EMPLOYEE

A Drug Free Safety Program is a program developed to address workplace use and misuse of alcohol and other drugs and their effects on workplace safety. This test is designed to identify and describe the four main categories of Drugs of Abuse, their impact on work performance, and the employee's responsibility in regard to routine testing and follow up for drug and alcohol related issues.

Objectives:

  • Develop an understanding of the purpose and components of a Drug Free Safety Program
  • Identify four main categories of Drugs of Abuse - their characteristics, usage, and potential impact on the individual
  • Define the role and responsibilities of the Medical Review Officer (MRO)
  • Identify the established employee drug testing requirements and responsibilities

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Drug Free Safety Program - EMPLOYEE (SPANISH)

Description not available

Objectives:

  • Objectives are not available

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Drug Free Safety Program - SUPERVISOR

A Drug Free Safety Program is a program designed to help prevent and reduce the risk of workplace accidents and injuries attributed to the use of alcohol and other drugs. This test will identify the four main categories of Drugs of Abuse, drug testing requirements, and the role and responsibilities of the supervisor when implementing a Drug Free Safety Program in the workplace.

Objectives:

  • Develop an understanding of the purpose and components of a Drug Free Safety Program in the workplace
  • Identify the four main categories of Drugs of Abuse - their characteristics, usage, and potential impact on the individual
  • Define the role of the Medical Review Officer (MR0) in the Drug Free Safety Program
  • Identify the supervisor's responsibilities in maintaining routine testing of employees and follow up with drug and alcohol related issues.

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Drug Free Safety Program - SUPERVISOR (SPANISH)

Description not available

Objectives:

  • Objectives are not available

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Electrical Safety

Working with electrical tools and equipment can present a number of safety risks in the work environment. This test is designed to describe the basic principals of electricity, the types of electrical hazards that can occur, and the safety practices that should be utilized to control the risk of electrical injuries.

Objectives:

  • Develop an understanding of basic electrical principals
  • Identify the 4 main types of electrical injuries
  • Gain an understanding of proper installation, maintenance, and usage of electrical equipment
  • Recognize potential electrical hazards and how to control them using safe work practices

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Fall Protection

Falls are one of the four leading causes of fatalities and injuries in construction. This test will review the fundamentals of identifying and implementing appropriate fall protection equipment and fall protection systems that are required to ensure safety on the jobsite.

Objectives:

  • Identify the nature of fall hazards in the work area
  • Define correct procedures for the utilization of fall protection systems
  • Identify use and operation of controlled access zones, guardrails, personal fall arrest, safety nets, warning lines, and safety monitoring systems
  • Describes limitations on the use of mechanical equipment during roofing work
  • Learn correct procedures for equipment, material handling and storage, and the erection of overhead protection

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC