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What makes the SafePersonnel Training System so unique is that every course is written by a leading safety expert, so you can trust that the training you’re providing is relevant and applicable. And, our system can help you provide a safer work environment for all employees, while protecting your organization from potential lawsuits and fines.

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15-Passenger Van Safety View

There is growing concern regarding the safety of 15-passenger vans and the injuries and fatalities that can result. Fifteen-passenger vans are more likely to be involved in a single-vehicle rollover crash than any other type of vehicle. Compounding this problem, the rate of safety belt use among occupants of 15-passenger vans is very low compared to those in other types of vehicles, increasing the likelihood of severe injury and fatality. This course reviews the issues specific to passenger vans, such as unique vehicle characteristics, loading cargo/passengers to minimize the risk of rollover, backing safely, proper tire care, and strategies to reduce crash risks.

Authors Scenario Learning Editorial Team

Category Transportation

Accident Investigation View

This course provides employees with an understanding of proper accident investigation procedures. It will cover the purpose of accident investigation, the process for accident investigation, root cause analysis, and requirements for writing an accident report for recommendations.

Authors Jeremy Norton

Category Environmental

Active Shooter View

The course intends to prepare personnel for “active shooter” situations by providing information on how they occur and how they may be more effectively prevented. The course will review facts and history, prevention strategies, preparedness, and what to do if an “active shooter” incident happens.

Authors Phuong Nguyen, Michael Dorn

Category Emergency Management

AED (Automated External Defibrillators) View

This course is a concise tutorial designed for all faculty and staff, focusing on the use of automated external defibrillators. The course content addresses how lifesaving AEDs are used in health emergencies. Note: This course is designed to be a complement to hands-on AED training.

Authors Lucinda Mejdell-Awbrey, RN, MA

Category Health

Aerial Lift Safety View

This course provides staff members with an overview of important safety procedures to be used when operating any aerial lift. This course is not intended to replace hands-on training for the specific aerial lift that you will be using at your job. You must receive hands-on training on the safe use of the specific type and model of lift from a qualified trainer.

Authors Jeremy Norton

Category Environmental

Arson Awareness and Prevention View

This course is designed to provide employees with information that will help reduce the likelihood of arson at their workplace. Arson is extremely costly to society in general, and is a difficult crime to detect and prosecute. This course will review the best practices to eliminate arson, the main elements or arson, a basic understanding of the principals of fire, and common causes of workplace fires.

Authors John Snider

Category Security

Asbestos Awareness View

The Asbestos Awareness course trains staff about how to identify situations that are suspicious for asbestos exposures and the proper procedures needed to ensure student and staff safety. In addition, the course helps staff understand the dangers of asbestos and asbestos-related diseases.

Authors Dr. Joseph Guth

Category Environmental

Back Injury and Lifting View

This course tackles the costly problem of back injury by providing practical instruction on back injury prevention as well as a variety of safe lifting techniques. We also address the challenges faced by the aging workforce and behavior modification.

Authors James Vaughan, Karl Sommer III

Category Environmental

Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Prevention View

The Bloodborne Pathogen Exposure Prevention course introduces the type, statistics and scope of the disease; guidelines for the clean up and handling of potentially infectious wastes or contaminated materials; the risks associated with workers exposed to BBPs (including vaccination and reporting information); and delivers training designed to emphasize the practices of proper exposure control. The course contains specific references to OSHA regulation 29 CFR 1910.1030 with Internet links to the OSHA and CDC web sites.

Authors James Vaughan, Karl Sommer III

Category Health

Browser Security Basics View

A large number of cyber attacks target browser activity. This course provides all staff members with an overview of browser security and ways to browse the web safely. Topics include: the types of browser threats, the basics of browser security and safe browsing practices.

Authors Pete Just

Category Information Technology

Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) View

This course is designed for all school staff and focuses on key CPR techniques, considerations, and precautions for all staff. Note: There are additional requirements to complete this course. This course is not intended to replace hands-on training for CPR. You must receive hands-on training from a qualified trainer.

Authors Suzan Tibbitts, Janell Eastman

Category Health

Chemical Spills Overview View

The goal of this course is to provide facilities and maintenance staff with an understanding of the steps to be taken to minimize the potential for injury and damage to employees and the environment resulting from chemical spills at your workplace. The course will review standard operation procedures for a spill, making a Spill Kit, and chemical spill response.

Authors Linda Stroud

Category Environmental

City Driving View

This course is designed for any employee who drives any vehicle, including both professional and nonprofessional drivers. The goal of this course is to help your staff develop and refine safe driving habits in city traffic. It covers city driving factors that employees can and can’t control, and strategies to avoid the problems these factors can cause, as well as the proper method for approaching and navigating an intersection.

Authors Patrick Fitzpatrick

Category Transportation

Commercial Mower Safety View

This course is designed to provide employees with a general overview of commercial mower rules of operation and safety policies. Before operating a mower, operators are also required to know their organization’s policies regarding mowing equipment use and safety. The course reviews the basics of commercial mowing, general rules of safe operation and mowing safety procedures to accomplish this goal.

Authors Scenario Learning Editorial Team

Category Environmental

Common Illness Prevention View

Illness can spread quickly throughout your workplace. The goal of this course is to provide employees with information on common communicable diseases and how to prevent and manage them. The course reviews facts about communicable diseases, how illness spreads, and preventing the spread of common illnesses.

Authors Lucinda Mejdell-Awbrey, RN, MA

Category Health

Compressed Gas Safety View

The goal of this course is to provide a basic understanding of compressed gas and safety in the workplace. It will review how to make sure compressed gasses are properly identified, the safe handling and use of compressed gases, how to store cylinders properly, and how to transport compressed gas cylinders safely.

Authors Mike Peterman

Category Environmental

Conducting Job Interviews View

The course provides supervisory staff members with techniques on conducting an effective interview, with a focus on avoiding discrimination. It will review what constitutes discrimination, how to properly prepare for the interview process, and how to conduct an effective interview and avoid discriminating against any job candidate.

Authors Catherine Mattice

Category Employment Practices/Supervisory

Confined Spaces View

The goal of this course is to familiarize facilities, maintenance, and custodial staff members with the hazards of confined spaces. The course will review the definition of a “confined space”, identify potential hazards in a confined space, the difference between a Permit and Non-Permit Required confined space, the permit procedures for safety protocols, safe working conditions, emergency procedures, and the responsibilities that confined space team members and employers must follow before entry into a confined space is attempted.

Authors Bryan Visscher

Category Environmental

Copper Theft Awareness View

Copper theft is a growing problem everywhere. As the value of copper has increased, so has the temptation for thieves to steal copper. The course examines why copper theft is common, the security conditions (or lack thereof) that attract criminals, and everyday ways that employees can help reduce the risk of copper theft.

Authors Scenario Learning Editorial Team

Category Security

Customer Service Overview View

The goal of this course is to provide staff members with an overview of customer service skills while recognizing the importance of high standards of service. The course will review the definition of customer service, the importance of customer service, and strategies for customer service standards.

Authors Scenario Learning Editorial Team

Category Human Resources

Cybersecurity Overview View

The convenience of web access makes it easy to forget that we need to protect and care for our information. This introductory course provides an overview of cybercrime and cybersecurity, including the basics of cybersecurity along with the effects of cybercrime, the types of cyber threats and how users are susceptible.

Authors Pete Just

Category Information Technology

Defensive Driving View

This course is a comprehensive tutorial designed for any employee who drives a work vehicle including both professional and nonprofessional drivers. The course content includes strategic driving tips and real-world driving scenarios to help improve decision-making when employees are behind the wheel of a company vehicle (or any vehicle). The course will review five strategic driving tips for drivers of work vehicles, improving hazard recognition skills while driving, eliminating the danger of indecision while driving, and becoming proactive in vehicle-handling ability.

Authors Patrick Fitzpatrick

Category Transportation

Discrimination Awareness in the Workplace View

This course is designed to instill staff with a basic awareness and understanding of discrimination. which can help you avoid discriminatory behaviors as well as build a culture that reflects acceptance and respect for all. This course covers the definition of discrimination and harassment, how to avoid discrimination and harassment, and doing your part to promote a discrimination-free environment.

Authors Catherine Mattice

Category Human Resources

Discrimination: Avoiding Discriminatory Practices View

As a supervisor, it’s essential that you help to establish and maintain a respectful and positive environment. This course provides supervisors with an overview of some best practices that will help them manage a diverse environment, avoid discriminatory behaviors and create a culture that embraces acceptance and respect for all.

Authors Catherine Mattice

Category Employment Practices/Supervisory

Distracted Driving View

This course provides facts on the dangers of distracted driving, especially while driving on the job. According to the Centers for Disease Control, more than nine people are killed and more than 1,100 people are injured each day in accidents that involve a distracted driver. The course will review types of distractions, distracted driving facts, distracted driving on the job, and smart practices.

Authors Patrick Fitzpatrick

Category Transportation

Diversity Awareness: Staff-to-Staff View

The goal of this course is to provide staff with an awareness of how a diverse workforce strengthens an organization. The course examines behaviors, both unintentional and intentional, that can discriminate or contribute to a hostile work environment. It also discusses ways to respond or even intervene in discriminatory acts that are in concert with your organization’s policies and showcase positive reinforcing behaviors that show respect and appreciation for staff who are different than you.

Authors Catherine Mattice

Category Human Resources

Drug Free Workplace View

The goal of this course is to provide employees with an understanding of drug and alcohol abuse in the workplace. This course will review the Drug Free Workplace Act, recognizing the signs of substance abuse and addiction, and knowing your role in fighting substance abuse on the job.

Authors Jeremy Norton

Category Human Resources

Electrical Safety View

This course, which is designed for support staff working with electricity, addresses a wide variety of electrical safety issues in the work environment. The course will review accident and fatality statistics, key terms relating to electricity, “hot work”, electrical safety, circuits and loads, and extension cord overloads.

Authors Bryan Visscher

Category Environmental

Email and Messaging Safety View

Email is the primary means of attack from cyber-perpetrators. This course provides an overview of cybercrime via email, and how to employ safe email and messaging practices to avoid and help prevent cyber threats, attempts at fraud and identity theft.

Authors Pete Just

Category Information Technology

Emergency and Disaster Preparedness View

The goal of this course is to offer guidelines for effective emergency and disaster preparedness in the workplace, including tips on how to build an effective emergency response plan and how to implement the plan.

Authors Michael Dorn

Category Emergency Management

Eye and Face Protection View

The goal of this course is to provide employees with a basic understanding of eye and face protection in the workplace. It will review the importance of proper eye and face protection, various types of hazards that contribute to eye and face injuries, and which types of personal protective equipment (PPE) are best suited for common work tasks.

Authors James Vaughan

Category Environmental

Facility Emergencies View

This course gives facility and maintenance supervisors an overview of steps to take to minimize the adverse effects of predictable and unpredictable events on facility grounds. It will review preliminary design and construction, maintenance and incremental improvements, and emergency preparedness. These response and recovery actions can help to minimize costly damage and facility down-time.

Authors Bryan Visscher

Category Environmental

FACTA: Identity Theft and Consumer Protection View

FACTA is the Fair and Accurate Credit Transactions Act of 2003 and is designed to protect consumers from identity theft relating to financial transactions and records. This course provides staff with guidance for compliance with FACTA’s Red Flags Rule, which requires applicable organizations to implement an identity-theft prevention program to detect warning signs.

Authors Scenario Learning Editorial Team

Category Human Resources

Fall Protection View

This course helps employees learn about policies and practices designed to protect workers from the most common fall risks while performing tasks above a lower surface. The course will review tools to help your staff evaluate hazards, fall restraint strategies and systems, and fall arrest strategies and systems.

Authors Bryan Visscher

Category Environmental

Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) View

The goal of this course is to provide employees with information on the Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA), including employee and employer rights and responsibilities in regard to this important federal law. This course does not serve as legal advice.

Authors Catherine Mattice

Category Human Resources

Fire and Explosion Hazards View

This course provides employees with basic knowledge of the dangers associated with fires and explosions, as well as appropriate planning and training for these events. The course will review fire basics, chemistry of combustion, explosions, common workplace hazards, and what to do in case of a fire or explosion.

Authors John Snider

Category Environmental

Fire Extinguisher Safety View

This course gives an overview of the fundamentals of proper fire extinguisher use. The course will review the fire triangle to show the three elements that cause fires, the five classes of fires as defined by the NFPA, the various types of fire extinguishers, and the “PASS” technique of fire extinguisher use.

Authors Mike Peterman

Category Environmental

First Aid View

This tutorial is an overview of key first aid issues and concerns for employees. The course will review scene safety, universal precautions, and what first aid procedures should be taken for physical trauma, chronic conditions, fractures, burns, and bleeding. Note: There are additional requirements to complete this course. This course is not intended to replace hands-on training for CPR. You must receive hands-on training from a qualified trainer.

Authors Lucinda Mejdell-Awbrey, RN, MA

Category Health

Flammable and Combustible Liquids View

This course introduces employees to the characteristics of flammable and combustible liquids commonly found in the workplace. You’ll look at risks and hazards associated with flammable and combustible liquids, and at the safety measures that need to be in place to work safely with them.

Authors John Snider

Category Environmental

Food Safety and Kitchen Sanitation View

This course will instruct employees in proper cleaning techniques and personal hygiene practices relating to kitchen sanitation and food safety. Common themes include personal hygiene, kitchen equipment, and kitchen surfaces.

Authors Art Dunham

Category Nutrition Services

Foodborne Illnesses View

This course is designed to train nutrition services employees on how to prevent contamination from foodborne bacteria and parasites. The course will review harmful bacteria that cause foodborne illnesses, symptoms of various foodborne illnesses, types of foods where foodborne bacteria are found, how foods become contaminated, and ways to reduce the risk of contamination.

Authors Art Dunham

Category Nutrition Services

Forklift Safety View

This course provides staff members with an overview of important safety procedures to be used when operating a forklift. This course is not intended to replace hands-on training for the specific forklift that you will be using at your job. You must receive hands-on training on the safe use of the specific type and model of lift from a qualified trainer.

Authors Jeremy Norton

Category Environmental

General Ergonomics View

This course is designed to provide employees with an overview of ergonomics and its important role in preventing injuries. The course reviews the Musculoskeletal System, causes of workplace musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs), ergonomics and injury prevention, and the benefits of stretches and exercises.

Authors James Vaughan

Category Environmental

General Ethics in the Workplace View

This course provides staff members with an overview of ethical standards at work. Common themes include describing ethical behavior with monetary practices, explaining ethical behavior with colleagues, and identifying several guidelines for appropriate ethical behavior.

Authors Catherine Mattice

Category Human Resources

General Safety Orientation View

General Safety Orientation is a concise overview of workplace safety concepts and issues designed primarily for new employees. The course explains the importance of key workplace safety topics such as safety committees, fall protection, protective equipment, confined space, hazard communications, bloodborne pathogens, and much more. It’s an excellent way to lay a foundation of safety appreciation and awareness by making sure that your new hires are well grounded in key safety concepts.

Authors Steve Lyons

Category Environmental

Hand and Power Tool Safety Overview View

This course will provide employees with an understanding of the best practices for safely operating hand and power tools on the job. The course will review basic hand tool safety, guarding requirements for power tools, and safety requirements for power tools.

Authors Jeremy Norton

Category Environmental

Hazard Communication: Right to Understand (GHS) View

The goal of this course is to provide an understanding of hazardous chemicals and their specific dangers, as well as actions you can take to protect yourself and others.

Authors Linda Stroud

Category Environmental

Hearing Loss Prevention View

The course reviews the basics of hearing loss prevention, the definition of noise as well as common examples, various controls to eliminate noise, personal protective equipment (PPE) related to noise attenuation, and OSHA standards for hearing loss prevention.

Authors James Vaughan, Karl Sommer III

Category Environmental

Hearing Loss Prevention for Fire Service Personnel View

Occupational hearing loss is one of the most common injuries that firefighters can sustain over their career. The goal of this course is to provide fire service personnel with an overview of the causes of hearing loss that come as a result of their duties, as well as strategies that can help prevent hearing loss while on the job.

Authors John Snider

Category Emergency Management

Heat Illness Prevention View

This course is designed for any employee that may be exposed to conditions of excessive heat. The course reviews the causes of heat illness, the symptoms and effects of heat illness, how to minimize and treat heat illness on the job, and how to recognize and treat the more dangerous outcome of heat overexposure (heat stroke).

Authors Scenario Learning Editorial Team

Category Environmental

Heat Illness Prevention for Fire Service Personnel View

An inherent risk that comes with firefighting operations is heat-related illness. Firefighters work in protective clothing that is designed to protect them from the heat of a fire. However, this protection also reduces the ability to dissipate body heat. The goal of this course is to give fire service personnel an overview of heat-related illnesses, including how to recognize symptoms and prevent them from occurring.

Authors John Snider

Category Environmental

HIPAA Overview View

This course provides staff members with a basic understanding of current HIPAA regulations. The course will review the definition of HIPAA, whom HIPAA applies to, what HIPAA requires of you, and discuss the consequences of HIPAA violations. This course does not serve as legal advice, nor is it meant to be comprehensive. Always check with your Human Resources department for questions related to HIPAA.

Authors Jonathan P. Tomes, J.D.

Category Human Resources

Indoor Air Quality Awareness View

This course provides staff with an understanding of the issues surrounding indoor air quality, including the adverse effects of poor IAQ, and some helpful practices for improving the indoor air quality in your facility. The course will review the impact of poor air quality, common indoor air pollutants, and essential good practices.

Authors Rich Prill

Category Environmental

Ladder Safety View

This course reviews one of the top work-loss issues: falls from a height due to inappropriate use of equipment (tables or chairs in place of a ladder). The course demonstrates the importance of using the proper equipment to work safely above the floor and reviews ladder safety basics, how to make safe choices, and ladder safety planning.

Authors James Vaughan, Karl Sommer III

Category Environmental

Lockout/Tagout: Energy Release View

The goal of this course is to provide employees with a basic understanding of lockout/tagout procedures. The course will review how to recognize hazardous energy sources in your workplace, the methods and means necessary for energy isolation and control, the purpose and use of the energy control procedure, and the dangers of attempting to restart or reenergize equipment that is locked out or tagged out.

Authors James Vaughan, Karl Sommer III

Category Environmental

Managing Difficult Behaviors View

This course provides supervisory staff members with several ways to manage difficult behaviors among staff members. Topics covered include taking a look inward, avoiding taking difficult behavior personally, maintaining self-control, focusing on problem-solving, confronting the employee, using performance management, coaching the behavior, and asking the right questions.

Authors Catherine Mattice

Category Employment Practices/Supervisory

Mercury Spills View

Incidents involving mercury spills are not as rare as you may think. They can also be dangerous. Mercury can be found in many places including thermostats, wall switches, fluorescent lights, and batteries. It’s important for all employees to be aware of the dangers caused by mercury spills. The goal of this course is to increase the awareness of employees regarding mercury dangers as well as to familiarize you with appropriate procedures in case of a mercury spill.

Authors Kirt Poulsen

Category Environmental

MRSA Awareness View

This course provides basic information about MRSA infections, along with prevention and management strategies. The course reviews the facts about MRSA, how MRSA spreads, dealing with MRSA prevention in the workplace, and preventing the spread of MRSA.

Authors Lucinda Mejdell-Awbrey, RN, MA

Category Health

Nutrition Basics View

In this course you’ll learn basic facts about nutrition that food service workers should know, and how food choices affect students. This course will describe what nutrients are and how the body uses them, explain what vitamins and minerals are and how they improve a person’s health, list healthy foods that are rich in nutrients as well as those that can be harmful to the body, and describe MyPlate guidelines and how they promote good health.

Authors Art Dunham

Category Nutrition Services

Office Ergonomics View

The Office Ergonomics course tackles two important areas for all personnel: repetitive stress injuries and cumulative trauma disorder (CTD). The course reviews techniques to improve posture and technique, stretching exercises, and provides instruction on proper workspace arrangement including chair, table, and computer terminal configurations.

Authors James Vaughan

Category Environmental

Password Security Basics View

This course provides an overview of password security and management, including the basic principles of password security, the elements of a strong password, and strategies of how to create and maintain passwords.

Authors Pete Just

Category Information Technology

Performance Evaluations View

This course provides supervisory staff members with an overview of performance management and annual performance evaluations. This course will cover the ongoing performance management process, best practices, and the performance evaluation/review conversation.

Authors Catherine Mattice

Category Employment Practices/Supervisory

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) View

This course covers the basics of hazard assessments to determine required PPE as well as various types of PPE. Specifically, the course content addresses eye and face protection, hand and arm protection, foot and shin protection, safety footwear, and general work clothing. Lastly, the course re-emphasizes the training requirements for personal protective equipment.

Authors James Vaughan, Karl Sommer III

Category Environmental

Playground Maintenance & Inspection View

Playground Maintenance & Inspection gives an overview of the fundamentals of preventing playground hazards. The course illustrates the most common hazards, as well as nationally-recognized standards for playground equipment. The course details important fall-surfacing criteria to minimize playground injury as well as proper use zones for playground equipment. Inspection checklists are also covered.

Authors Susan Hudson, Ph.D.

Category Environmental

Playground Supervision View

This course gives an overview of the fundamentals of playground supervision. It will review a playground supervisor’s responsibilities for active monitoring, the most common hazards on the playground and how to protect children from them, and procedures and policies.

Authors Susan Hudson, Ph.D.

Category Social and Behavioral

Protection Against Malware View

Malware is a primary means of attack for cyber-perpetrators. This course provides staff members with an overview of basic protection against malware. Topics include: the types of malware, how malware works and protective strategies.

Authors Pete Just

Category Information Technology

Reasonable Suspicion for Drug and Alcohol Use in the Workplace View

The objective of this course is to train administrators and supervisors on the risks of drug and alcohol use by employees, the skills to recognize use of drugs and alcohol, the skills to confront an employee who may be using drugs or alcohol, and the procedures for documenting reasonable suspicion cases.

Authors Patrick Hancock, ARM

Category Employment Practices/Supervisory

Respiratory Protection View

Personnel must occasionally work in surroundings where breathing hazards are present. Fumes, mists, gases, dust, and fibers are all types of respiratory hazards that can exist in school environments. Thorough knowledge of respiratory protection is necessary if workers are to do their jobs safely and effectively. The goal of this course is to familiarize support staff members with the basics of protecting respiratory health through the proper use and maintenance of respirators.

Authors Jeremy Norton

Category Environmental

Retaliation Liability View

This course provides managers and supervisors with an overview of personal and organizational liability due to claims of retaliation. It will review the definition of retaliation, key terms regarding retaliation law, and smart policies and practices to avoid retaliation claims.

Authors Catherine Mattice

Category Employment Practices/Supervisory

Road Rage View

This course is a comprehensive tutorial designed for employees in both professional and nonprofessional driving situations. It will review the definition of road rage, the psychology of road rage, strategies to help you avoid aggressive drivers, and how to avoid developing road rage yourself.

Authors Patrick Fitzpatrick

Category Transportation

Safety Committee Operations View

The goal of this course is to provide employees with an understanding of the purpose of safety committees and how they operate. This course outlines safety committee basics, methods of conducting safety meetings, workplace hazard identification, and incident and accident investigation.

Authors Jeremy Norton

Category Environmental

Safety Data Sheets (GHS) View

This course provides staff with an understanding of Safety Data Sheets as they relate to hazardous chemicals, and the knowledge needed to use the information found in SDSs to protect yourself and others in your workplace. The course will review how SDSs are organized and why they’re necessary for hazardous chemicals, the different sections of an SDS and the information found in each, the GHS requirements and how they will affect SDSs, and how to use the information found on an SDS to handle chemicals safely.

Authors Linda Stroud

Category Environmental

Scaffolding Safety View

The goal of this course is to provide employees with a basic understanding of the best practices involving the safe use of scaffolding, including both assembly and safe procedures for scaffolding use. Topics covered include basic information and facts, training requirements, structural requirements, safety practices and procedures, and safety policies for employees.

Authors Jeremy Norton

Category Environmental

Scissor Lift Safety View

This course provides staff members with an overview of important safety procedures to be used when operating a scissor lift. This course is not intended to replace hands-on training for the specific scissor lift that you will be using on your job.

Authors Jeremy Norton

Category Environmental

Sensitivity Awareness View

The goal of this course is to provide employees, supervisors, administrators, and other staff members with an increased awareness about the unique opportunities and challenges involved in working with different people. Topics covered include self-awareness, self-monitoring and perception, emotions, listening skills, and receiving and giving feedback.

Authors Catherine Mattice

Category Employment Practices/Supervisory

Sexual Harassment: Policy and Prevention View

The goal of this course is to train administrators and supervisors on how to handle sexual harassment concerns. The course will review sexual harassment in the workplace, handling sexual harassment complaints, remedies for sexual harassment victims, and sexual harassment policy considerations. The content in this course was designed with care and sensitivity; however, some may find certain topics personally upsetting, especially for survivors of sexual abuse or assault. If you feel the need to talk with someone, please contact your Human Resources Administrator or a related resource in your community.

Authors Scenario Learning Editorial Team

Category Employment Practices/Supervisory

Sexual Harassment: Staff-to-Staff View

This course provides staff members with a basic understanding of staff-to-staff sexual harassment as well as strategies to maintain a harassment-free environment in the workplace. Topics covered include defining sexual harassment and sexual harassment in the workplace. The content in this course was designed with care and sensitivity; however, some may find certain topics personally upsetting, especially for survivors of sexual abuse or assault. If you feel the need to talk with someone, please contact your Human Resources Administrator or a related resource in your community.

Authors Scenario Learning Editorial Team

Category Human Resources

Slips, Trips and Falls View

This course provides specific guidelines to help prevent slip, trip and fall injuries, best practices for walking on slippery surfaces, precautions to avoid trip hazards and safety policies that keep employees from taking fall risks.

Authors James Vaughan, Karl Sommer III

Category Environmental

Stormwater Management Overview View

This course gives employees an overview of stormwater management issues, including stormwater pollution, stormwater management solutions, as well as the best management practices and more. It will review sources of stormwater pollution and their effects on the environment, typical stormwater management solutions, the best practices when seeking a “greener” or more natural solution to stormwater issues, and policies and regulations surrounding the management of stormwater.

Authors Samantha Brown

Category Environmental

Stress Management View

This course will provide employees with information needed to manage and reduce stress. Common themes include understanding stress and its effects on you, ways to manage stress, and ways to stay ahead of stress.

Authors Catherine Mattice

Category Health

Temporary Traffic Control Safety View

This course provides employees with an overview of temporary traffic controls, as well as an understanding of how these controls keep both drivers and workers safe in traffic control zones. It will review the purpose of traffic control, traffic control and the law, traffic control devices, and deployment of traffic control.

Authors Thomas W. Schauf, MS, CSMP

Category Environmental

Termination: Practice and Procedure View

The goal of this course is to provide supervisors and managers with a basic understanding of best practices regarding termination of employees. Topics covered include laws and policies, avoiding key mistakes, and best practices.

Authors Patrick Hughes, J.D.

Category Employment Practices/Supervisory

Title VI Overview View

From education to transportation, many agencies receive federal financial assistance. And each year there are complaints, investigations or lawsuits filed against agencies for discrimination.This course provides staff members and employees with a brief overview of Title VI of the Civil Rights Act, and several strategies for compliance with non-discriminatory practices. Topics include: Title VI legislation, and coordination and enforcement guidelines.

Authors Scenario Learning Editorial Team

Category Human Resources

Trenching and Excavation Safety View

The goal of this course is to provide support staff members with an overview of safety procedures when trenching and excavating. It will review excavation requirements, soil types, and excavation protection systems.

Authors Jeremy Norton

Category Environmental

Utility Cart Safety View

The goal of this course is to provide staff members with a general overview of utility cart operational rules and safety policies. Before employees operate a utility cart, they are required to know their employer’s policies regarding utility cart usage and safety. Our course will review utility cart basics, general rules of safe operation, and safety procedures.

Authors Scenario Learning Editorial Team

Category Environmental

Visual Weapons Screening View

This course has been designed to teach staff members basic principles in visual weapon screening. The course is based on training videos used by the FBI, U.S. Secret Service, Bureau of Alcohol, Tobacco & Firearms, the U.S. Department of Homeland Security, the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), and law enforcement agencies in more than thirty countries. The course will review the importance of visual weapons screening, effective policies and safe procedures in the event a staff member encounters a suspicious situation, and specific indicators that a person may be armed.

Authors Michael Dorn, Sonayia Shepherd, Ph.D.

Category Security

Water Damage Prevention View

To ensure proper safety and health, your buildings must effectively deal with water – internally and externally – or be at risk for moisture damage. This course will familiarize facilities managers and administrators with the basics of water damage prevention by discussing construction methods, construction materials, building maintenance and inspection, and response to water damage and flooding.

Authors Bryan Visscher

Category Environmental

Welding, Cutting and Brazing Safety Awareness View

The goal of this course is to provide maintenance and facilities staff members with a basic understanding of the safety requirements for welding, cutting, and brazing, as well as policies that help ensure safety for both you and others in your workplace. This course is designed only as a supplement to your employer’s hands-on, product-specific safety training on proper tool use. It will review fire prevention and protection, personal protection, ventilation and protection of employee health, and safety requirements for specific types of welding.

Authors Jeremy Norton

Category Environmental

Winter Driving View

This course is a concise tutorial designed for any employee who drives a work vehicle including both professional and nonprofessional drivers. The course content outlines special considerations for employees driving in inclement winter weather and includes real world driving scenarios to help keep you and others safe when you’re driving in snow and/or ice. The course will review the particular hazards of winter driving, cover strategies for avoiding winter driving accidents, identify physical limitations of vehicles as they relate to winter driving, and cover skid avoidance, control, and recovery.

Authors Patrick Fitzpatrick

Category Transportation

Working Alone: Policy and Practices View

The goal of this course is to help employees be able to identify the risks of working alone, assess and prioritize risks, know the causes of risks, and identify risk reduction methods.

Authors R. Joy Jackson

Category Employment Practices/Supervisory

Workplace Bullying: Awareness and Prevention View

This course is designed to help staff members gain greater understanding of the nature of workplace bullying so that it may be prevented. It will review the impact of workplace bullying, identification of bullying behavior, and effective ways to deal with workplace bullying.

Authors Catherine Mattice

Category Human Resources

Workplace Violence View

The goal of this course is to provide employees and supervisors with basic information about awareness and prevention of violence in the workplace. The course will review the levels and causes of workplace violence, the early warning signs of violence, and techniques for defusing hostile situations.

Authors Catherine Mattice

Category Human Resources