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Smart Work Zones (virtual learning)

This webinar will give participants a look inside the state-of-the-art of Intelligent Transportation Systems (ITS) that can help solve work zone mobility and safety problems. This course will provide a quick review of last year's presentation (could put link here) on Intelligent Work Zones (IWZ) and...

TC3 Bloodborne Pathogens (online module)

This course covers the basics of bloodborne pathogen safety and the techniques you can use to prevent any contamination, disease, or injury from occurring. In addition to covering safe work practices, this course will provide steps to take in case of bloodborne pathogen exposure. Upon completion of...

This training has been designed for those interested in commercial driver's license (CDL) air brake systems. This training discusses the parts of an air brake system, dual air brake systems, how to inspect your air brake system, and how to effectively use your air brake system. If you want to drive a...

This training was designed for those interested in general commercial driver's license (CDL) knowledge. This training contains the general knowledge and safe driving information that all commercial drivers should know. It is broken into three modules: Module 1 reviews vehicle control, shifting gears...

This is a basic course in the area of commercial driver's license (CDL) pre-trip inspection. This training covers the different parts of a vehicle that you would check before a trip. We'll approach the different parts of the vehicle in the order that we would in a standard pre-trip inspection. It is...

Employees face many electrical dangers in their daily work. Electrical shock from tools, overhead power lines, and lightning are just some of the threats faced by workers while out in the field. This course will help you recognize these dangers and teach you valuable information to help prevent on the...

This course focuses on protecting workers from falls. In the United States construction industry, falls are the leading cause of on-the-job deaths. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) recognizes that accidents involving falls are generally complex events frequently involving a variety...

A construction site can be a prime location for many types of accidents. As such, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires employers to protect their employees from workplace hazards. The first steps in controlling dangerous situations are engineering controls (for instance...

If it were always possible to recognize and avoid unsafe conditions, there would never be another construction accident. Alas, even though we often learn the obvious lessons rather quickly (it hurts when you fall off a ladder), sometimes it takes decades to discover that things we assumed were safe are...

This course focuses on scaffolding safety on the jobsite. Scaffolds are temporary, elevated platforms that construction workers use for working safely at elevations. An estimated 2.3 million construction workers, or 65% of the construction industry, work on scaffolds frequently. There are many types...

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