For Part 135, Part 125, and Part 91 maintenance personnel training, our Walking-Working Surfaces course provides a foundation for learning about how to avoid occupational injury due to workplace hazards. It is intended to fulﬁll the OSHA training requirements on fall hazards.
Occupational Noise Exposure provides the necessary training on how hearing works, how noise affects hearing, the requirements for audiometric testing, and hearing protectors. This includes types of hearing protectors, how fit testing works, and general instructions on the proper use of most common types of hearing protection.
Portable Fire Extinguishers for Maintenance Personnel provides maintenance personnel with an introduction to the use of portable fire extinguishers, including a basic understanding of fires, how to choose an appropriate fire extinguisher according to the type of fire, and the steps for using a fire extinguisher. This course is designed to fulfill the requirements of […]
Our Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) course includes three tutorials covering general personal protective equipment, respiratory protection equipment, and fall protection systems. The General Personal Protective Equipment tutorial introduces users to common PPE including eye and face protection, as well as head, foot, and hand protection. Proper fit, care, and limitations of each type of PPE […]
Our Lockout-Tagout course covers the OSHA Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout) regulatory requirements. It also provides instruction on types of hazardous energy and how to control them with lockout and tagout procedures and devices. These procedures protect employees from injury during servicing or maintenance and are an essential industry safety standard. For Part 135, Part […]
Our Industrial Ergonomics course focuses on musculoskeletal disorders that impact workplace environments, including highly-physical activities such as regular lifting or pushing, as well as adverse effects related to more stationary activities such as prolonged standing or sitting. Industrial Ergonomics covers how injuries can occur, the nature of such injuries, and what to do to prevent […]
Our Hazard Communication course helps to improve workplace safety and reduce accidents related to hazardous materials. This course enables participants to understand their workplace hazards by learning to read hazard labels and warnings and utilize the Material Safety Data Sheets. Fulfills the training requirements in the OSHA Hazard Communication Standard and provides important information that […]
Our Forklift Operation course ensures that each forklift operator possesses the general principles of safe truck operation. Our course addresses proper forklift handling procedures and responsibilities to do the job well and safely to avoid workplace hazards. For forklift operators and employees who work near machines, this training will improve forklift operation safety at your […]
Flammable Liquids provides instruction on the identification, safe handling, and storage of flammable substances such as gasoline, jet fuel, aviation gasoline, antifreeze, hydraulic fluid, and others. In addition, this course provides general emergency response instructions in the event that an emergency, such as fire, occurs. This course is intended to fulfill the OSHA training requirement […]
Back Injury Prevention presents information on common types of injuries and their contributing factors. It demonstrates the proper techniques for lifting and moving heavy objects and how to adjust workstations for better ergonomics to reduce bending, twisting, and stretching. Fulfills OSHA training requirements for reducing workplace injury.