COURSE LIBRARY

General Safety

Safety is important in the workplace for all employees and training can help create
a safe work environment

This course provides a comprehensive review of the Federal Emergency Management Agency – Incident Command System. Disaster Preparedness takes planning, coordination, and practice. It is never too early to prepare for a disaster. When a disaster does strike, those armed with the knowledge gained from this course will know to stay calm and how to apply the techniques learned in this training to help mitigate damage.


Course Objectives:

  • Identify the five steps suggested to prepare for natural hazards.
  • Discuss the goals and objectives of a disaster preparedness program.
  • Recognize potential risks and hazards.
  • Know the relevant State and Federal legislation related to disaster preparedness.
  • Distinguish the potential training scenarios which will prepare employees for potential disasters.

Duration: 15 min. CE Credits: .25 Chapters: 1

The Emergency Medical Treatment and Labor Act (EMTALA) was passed in 1986 by the US Congress. The purpose of this legislation was to ensure patient access to emergency medical treatment and to prevent the practice of transferring uninsured patients solely for financial reasons.
This course summarizes historical perspectives, discusses the requirements, and explains penalties and enforcement procedures set forth under EMTALA guidelines.


Course Objectives:

  • Overview of EMTALA.
  • Provide information concerning applicable medical tests, conditions, and specific instances.
  • Discuss hospital duties as they relate to EMTALA. These include transfer and stabilization requirements as well as medical staff on-call procedures.
  • Address enforcement actions related to violations of EMTALA.

Duration: 45 min. CE Credits: .75 Chapters: 3

Training employees is a fundamental part of the ergonomic process. This course explains basic concepts of the musculoskeletal system and associated disorders that can occur in the workplace. It also provides detailed information on preventative measures to help employees avoid musculoskeletal injuries.


Course Objectives:

  • Recognize the basic anatomy of the musculoskeletal system.
  • Understand the risk factors that may contribute toward musculoskeletal injuries.
  • Explain the recommended prevention techniques to help reduce workplace musculoskeletal injuries.
  • List the most common occupations associated with musculoskeletal injuries.

Duration: 30 min. CE Credits: .50 Chapters: 2

It is the intent of OSHA for employers to identify and implement appropriate equipment and procedures to reduce or eliminate ergonomic hazards. Training employees is a fundamental part of the ergonomic process. This course explains basic concepts for the musculoskeletal system and associated disorders that can occurred in the workplace. It also provides detailed information on preventative measures to help employees avoid musculoskeletal injuries.


Course Objectives:

  • Recognize the basic anatomy of the musculoskeletal system.
  • Understand the risk factors that may contribute toward musculoskeletal injuries.
  • Explain the recommended prevention techniques to help reduce workplace musculoskeletal injuries.
  • Identify the recommended prevention techniques to help reduce workplace musculoskeletal injuries within the dental industry.

Duration: 15 min. CE Credits: .25 Chapters: 1

Professional organizations such as the Infectious Diseases Society of America and the American College of Physicians have recently recommended that influenza vaccinations for healthcare workers be made mandatory in the United States. During this course, we will discuss the effectiveness, impact, and outcomes of these vaccinations for healthcare employees. Topics covered will also include workplace implementation programs and suitable recommendations for influenza vaccine compliance in the healthcare setting.


Course Objectives:

  • Recognize the impact of influenza on the healthcare industry.
  • Understand the medical facts associated with influenza vaccinations.
  • Explain the recommended intervention techniques to help reduce misconceptions about the influenza vaccine.

Duration: 15 min. CE Credits: .25 Chapters: 1

This course provides an overview of all required training, injury and incident reporting, and sources of information that will be provided by your employer.
Real life situations are portrayed to show the individual and team efforts needed to create a culture of safety in the workplace.


Course Objectives:

  • Overview of mandated safety standards by OSHA.

Duration: 15 min. CE Credits: .25 Chapter: 1

In this course, we help the employee understand how to keep their workspace clear of clutter and trip hazards, proper footwear and attire to prevent injuries, and how to work with management to keep all work spaces clean and free of clutter – which adds to the overall professionalism customers will feel when they enter your establishment.


Course Objectives:

  • Learn about workplace accidents that involve slips, trips, and falls (STF’s) and their prevention.

Duration: 15 min. CE Credits: .25 Chapters: 1

Here, we will learn about the different types of gloves and the appropriate use of the different glo.


Duration: 15 min. Chapters: 1

We will discuss the employment laws relevant to the state of Arizona, including minimum wage, medica.


Duration: 15 min. Chapters: 1