Heat Stress Training Document

The middle of February seems like a strange time to be talking about heat stress but this is the time to start preparing for summer, BEFORE the heat arrives.

Thankfully, Ergodyne has got you covered. They’ve put together a 30 pages document that you can use to train your employees and/or supervisors.

You can download it by clicking on the image below:

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Free Guide to Effective EHS Training

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From our friends at Convergence Training…

“If you’re in EHS, you’re probably also in EHS training. If so, you’re going to LOVE the free downloadable guide at the bottom of this article.

The guide is going to walk you through all the steps of having a top-notch EHS training program that follows best practices. We think it will make your job easier and your workplace a safer, healthier place.

Hope you enjoy it. You can download it now, or you can read the short preview article we’ve prepared for you below and download it from the bottom of this page. Such a life-so many options!”

A Whole Mess of Safety Quizzes

Want to find out how much your employees know about a particular safety topic? Maybe you want them to realize that they really don’t know as much as they think they do in order to make sure they are receptive to training?

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The Environmental Health and Safety Database website has got you covered. You don’t have to put together your own quiz. Just head to the “A to Z Safety Quiz” web page. They’ve got about 50 different quizzes so odds are you’ll find what you’re looking for.

 


Free Hot Work Training Module

From our friends at convergence training….

According to the Chemical Safety Board, at least 60 people have died as a result of explosions and fires caused by hot work since 1990. That’s about three people every year.

Because hot work accidents can lead to such tragic ends, we’ve created a free hot work training module for you. It includes images from our own 3D-animated Hot Work training modules, the Chemical Safety Board’s “Dangers of Hot Work” video, and some interactive wizardry we’ve programmed specially for this occasion.

Don’t forget we’ve got two separate, full-length, 3D-animated “hot work” training courses in our health and safety training library–one on Hot Work Safety, and a second on Hot Work Permits. Need more information from Convergence Training about hot work training or any other training need? Drop us a line to request a demo.

We hope you enjoy this. Don’t forget you can play the game here now, bookmark the site and come back to play it again later, or click the download button below to download a version in SCORM and import it into your SCORM-compliant LMS. (If you don’t have a SCORM-compliant LMS, check out the family of Convergence learning management systems).

NOTE: Please read that last paragraph closely. The download you’ll get is a zipped folder in a format called SCORM. Once you’ve downloaded it, you cannot open the folder and play it without first importing it into a learning management system (LMS).

Need more information? Here’s more information about learning management systems.


Conduct Your Own Accident Investigation with this Cool Module

Our friends at Convergence Training have come up with a fun way to learn more about safety in general and accident investigation specifically.

This particular investigation is centered around a true life phosgene fatality but the tools and lessons apply to safety in general. What the module does is to teach how to identify specific safety issues before they become an issue.

You can either download the training module as a zipped file to install and use on your computer during a safety meeting or for individual users or you can view and walk through the investigation online. To view the module online or to download the module simply click on the image below to go to the Convergence Training blog page.

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Training Requirements in OSHA Standards (Free Download)

Under the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970, employers are responsible for providing a safe and healthful workplace. No person should ever have to be injured,become ill, or die for a paycheck.
OSHA’s mission is to ensure the protection of workers and prevent work-related injuries, illnesses, and deaths by setting and enforcing standards, and by providing training, outreach, education and assistance. Many OSHA standards, which have prevented countless workplace tragedies, include explicit safety and health training requirements to ensure that workers have the required skills and knowledge to safely do their work.
Download the 270 page manual by clicking on the image below
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Tools for Trainers and Organizers

Are you a trainer? Are you looking for tools to make your job easier and more effective?

If so, you need to check out The National Council for Occupational Safety and Health website. Mouse over the “resources” tab and click on “Tools for Trainers” and you’ll be taken to a page that will keep you busy for quite a while.

Here’s just a sample of what’s available on that page:

There’s a whole lot more as well as links to find even more material.
You’re welcome!