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Housekeeping

Keeping the workplace neat, clean, and safe is everyone's responsibility. Good housekeeping practices can help to reduce the risk of accidents and injuries on the jobsite. This test will identify the specific housekeeping requirements/standards that are essential to eliminating hazards in the workplace.

Objectives:

  • Recognize the benefits of good housekeeping habits in the workplace
  • Identify the potential workplace hazards associated with poor housekeeping
  • Develop an understanding of good housekeeping responsibilities is regard to prevention and reporting of potential hazards
  • Identify ways in which good housekeeping can prevent fires, accidents, injuries, and potential health problems

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Lead Awareness

Exposure to and or working with products containing lead can lead to serious health consequences. This test will describe how and where lead exposure can occur, precautions to be taken to avoid health risks, and the employer's responsibility of maintaining a Medical Surveillance Program.

Objectives:

  • Identify the common product uses for lead
  • Recognize workplace situations where lead exposure may occur
  • Develop an understanding of the health hazards related to lead exposure
  • Identify proper PPE, housekeeping, and personal hygiene requirements related to workplace lead exposure
  • Define the components of a Medical Surveillance Program

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Lockout Tagout

Workers who are servicing or maintaining machines or equipment may be seriously injured if hazardous energy is not properly controlled. This test is designed to instruct employees on the proper methods of locking out and tagging equipment and the circumstances in which this is required.

Objectives:

  • Recognize the potential hazards that can result from unexpected start ups or release of stored energy
  • Identify protocol for energy control procedures
  • Develop an understanding of employee responsibilities and training requirements
  • Identify specific practices and procedures as they relate to the OSHA standard for Lockout Tagout
  • Describe different types of requirements of Lockout Tagout Systems

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Lockout Tagout - SPANISH

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Nail Gun Safety

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Objectives:

  • Identify four types of nail gun trigger mechanisms and their specific features
  • Recognize how nail gun injuries can occur on a jobsite
  • Become familiar with the steps that can be taken to promote nail gun safety
  • Identify the appropriate PPE to be utilized when working with nail guns

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Nail Gun Safety - SPANISH

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Objectives:

  • Objectives are not available

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

NFPA 70E - Arc Flash Training

Working with electricity can present a number of potential hazards to employees. This test will define the causes and risks involved when an Arc Flash occurs and provide safety control guidelines that will assist with preventing injury and accidents on the jobsite.

Objectives:

  • Identify the three most common contributing factors of electrical accidents
  • Define the characteristics and causes of an Arc Flash
  • Develop an understanding of the Hierarchy of Safety Controls that is utilized to reduce the risk of potential electrical hazards
  • Describe safe work practices including the use of proper PPE
  • Identify emergency response procedures to be followed in the event of an electrical accident

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Personal Protective Equipment

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) is essential for workers to protect themselves from the many hazards they may encounter on the job. This test will review the specific function and type of required Personal Protective Equipment that is to be utilized to avoid jobsite injuries.

Objectives:

  • Identifies types of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE)
  • Defines employer and employee responsibilities regarding Personal Protective Equipment
  • Determines Personal Protective Equipment training requirements.

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Personal Protective Equipment - SPANISH

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  • Objectives are not available

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC

Powered Industrial Trucks - Classroom

Accidents related to Powered Industrial Trucks account for a significant number of serious injuries and fatalities on an annual basis. The purpose of this test is to describe the different types of powered industrial vehicles, the required safety training for operating these vehicles, and the OSHA requirements that have been established to ensure safe work practices.

Objectives:

  • Identify the types and classification system of powered industrial trucks
  • Recognizing safe operating procedures when using forklifts and other powered industrial vehicles
  • Develop an understanding of the hazards associated with powered industrial vehicles
  • Become familiar with the OSHA safety standards and training requirements for operators of powered industrial vehicles

Content/Test Creator: Safety Professionals LLC