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Safety and Health Awareness [US]

This course outlines key rights and responsibilities of employers, supervisors and workers. It also highlights how you can learn and apply safe workplace practices.
SKU: P0282EN
$15.00

Everyone in the workplace is responsible for keeping the workplace safe. Information and training play important roles in the establishment and maintenance of a safe and healthy workplace. 

This course outlines key rights and responsibilities of employers, supervisors and workers. It also highlights how you can learn and apply safe workplace practices.

Learning Objectives:

  • List the duties of employers, supervisors, and workers as set out in occupational safety and health legislation.
  • Recognize the role of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) in developing and enforcing safety and health standards. 
  • Recall the rights of employers, supervisors and workers.
  • Identify the types of workplace hazards.
  • Outline the protective measures that should be taken to ensure everyone in a workplace is safe.
  • Recognize ways in which you can participate in the safety and health of your workplace. 

Course Outline:

  • Page 2 – Introduction
    • Welcome to Safety and Health Awareness
    • Course Objectives
  • Page 3 – Get on Board
    • Did You Know?
    • Workplace Injuries Can Be Prevented!
    • Safety and Health Legislation
    • The Purpose of Legislation
    • Workplace Duties
    • Workers’ Rights
    • Check Your Understanding
  • Page 4 - Get in the Know
    • Can You Spot the Hazards?
    • The Right to Know
    • The Need to Know
    • Common Workplace Hazards 
    • Hazardous Chemicals
    • Dealing with Hazards
    • Hazards: Controls
    • Asking Important Questions
    • Case Study: What Went Wrong?
    • Hazards: Sources of Information
    • Hazards: Responsibilities
    • What Is the Best Thing to Do?
    • Choosing the Best Option
    • Would Hand Cream Help?
    • Offering the Worker Hand Cream
    • Would Gloves Help?
    • Recommending Gloves
    • What Does the SDS Say?
    • Checking the SDS
    • Check Your Understanding
  • Page 5 – Get Involved
    • Ways to Be Involved
    • What to Look For 
    • Be a Safety Role Model
    • Get More Help
    • Check Your Understanding
  • Page 6 – Conclusion
  • Page 7 - Test

Target Audience:

Employers, supervisors and workers in all industries

Duration:

0.5 hours

Features:

Accessible, audio, video, hybrid, mobile

Module(s):

40652EN

Products specifications
Course Language English
Length Range 30 Minutes or Less
Length (Hours) 0.50
Course Features Audio
Course Features Accessible
Course Features Mobile
Course Features Video
Module Number(s) 40652EN
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