Active Shooter (A.L.I.C.E) - Online Course
Active shooter events have become a growing concern in recent years. While most people will never experience such an event, it's helpful to have a plan in mind if the worst-case scenario should occur. This course focuses on the Alert, Lockdown, Inform, Counter, and Evacuate (A.L.I.C.E.) program and its recommendations for responding to an active shooter event.
Data Protection for Industry and Business - Online Course
Emails, documents and social media communications can put a company at risk in unexpected ways. Data Protection for Industry and Business is designed to help workers protect company data, create secure passwords, and avoid social engineering and phishing scams.
Formaldehyde Safety in Research and Education - Online Course
Formaldehyde is a versatile substance used in various industrial, laboratory and medical settings. Formaldehyde Safety in Research and Education is intended to help workers understand the hazards associated with formaldehyde and recognize proper storage, handling, and exposure control and response procedures.
Safe Housekeeping for Retail Workers - Online Course
Housekeeping is a vital part of working in retail. A cluttered, dirty store leads to increased injuries and has a negative impact on customer impressions and employee morale. Safe Housekeeping for Retail Workers is designed to help employees identify hazards caused by poor housekeeping and methods for performing cleaning duties safety.
12 and 15-Passenger Van Drivers and Administrators - Online Course
The U.S. Department of Transportation, or DOT, creates regulatory requirements for commercial drivers and the companies that employ them. There are situations where drivers of 12 and 15-passenger vans will be considered commercial vehicles, and must comply with DOT requirements. While much of the burden of meeting the DOT's requirements falls on drivers, company administrators play a vital part in keeping their companies in compliance. Learners who successfully complete this course should be able to:
- Identify requirements for commercial drivers as defined by 49 CFR 380, Subpart E
- Recognize DOT documentation requirements for qualified drivers and requirements for hours of service and driver violation notifications
- How to properly participate in a DOT audit inspection, identify DOT vehicle inspection requirements, and identify DOT requirements for record retention