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Workplace Safety
No matter whether you’re a small startup or a large global company, all organisations need to make sure that they stay compliant and up-to-date with the regulations of their industry.
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Compliance - Hazard Management
Catalyst Education
A$29.95
The aim of this module is to ensure that you are able to identify and rectify hazardous situations that may not pose an immediate danger to people in the workplace, but may at a later stage if something is not done to rectify the situation.
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Compliance - Manual Handling
Catalyst Education
A$29.95
The aim of this module is to provide you with an overview of manual handling activities, typical injuries and good work practices to prevent or minimise injuries due to manual handling tasks.
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OSHA Compliance for a Safe and Healthy Worksite
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In 1970, 14,000 U.S. workers were killed on the job. A year later, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) was established, and by the year 2010 the number of work-related deaths in the U.S. had dropped to 4,500. While OSHA has saved thousands of lives and prevented numerous injuries since it was established in 1971, more remains to be done. OSHA estimates that injuries and illnesses in the workplace can be reduced by an additional 40%. What’s more, the costs to business of illness and injury in the workplace remain a staggering $170 billion per year. In this two-module course we discuss the prerequisites for compliance with OSHA regulations, as well as the business benefits of preventing injury and illness on the job. To assist your learning, each module includes a brief test-yourself quiz.
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Know the Code: Workplace Safety
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Compliance Illustrated: Maintaining a Safe and Secure Workplace
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Office Safety
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Many people associate workplace hazards and injuries with construction sites, manufacturing plants, and other blue-collar environments. However, serious injuries can occur in white-collar offices as well: according to the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS), approximately 76,000 office workers in the U.S. suffer disabling injuries each year; the most common being falls. This three-module course will teach you how to avoid falls, repetitive motion injuries, and lifting injuries, explain what to do if there is a fire in your workplace, and discuss safe handling procedures for hazardous materials found in office environments.
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Contractor safety management
Interaction Training
A$60
In this course, we investigate Health and Safety Policy responsibilities relating specifically to contractors. This will include practical applications to contractor work, hazardous works, the use of hazardous substances in the workplace and the systems in place to manage contractor safety. 
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Health & Safety Introduction Module
Need a quick and comprehensive introduction to health and safety training? Look no further! This course explores health and safety at work, considering effective health and safety management and the responsibility of both the employer and the employee. The difference between a HAZARD and a RISK is explored, as well as some possible causes and consequences of accidents. This course looks at health and safety law, why this is important and helps you to understand how this applies in practice. The Risk Assessment and Hierarchy of Controls are broken down to explain how to effectively measure and eliminate risks.
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Health & Safety Introduction Video Plus
Need a quick and comprehensive introduction to health and safety training? Look no further! This course explores health and safety at work, considering effective health and safety management and the responsibility of both the employer and the employee. The difference between a HAZARD and a RISK is explored, as well as some possible causes and consequences of accidents. This course looks at health and safety law, why this is important and helps you to understand how this applies in practice. The Risk Assessment and Hierarchy of Controls are broken down to explain how to effectively measure and eliminate risks.
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