BBP for Healthcare

 

Exposure to blood and other potentially infectious materials occur on a daily basis for many healthcare workers. Information provided in this course help minimize serious health risks to healthcare workers who may be exposed to these materials.

 

Price: $USD 49.00

 

Introduction to Accident Investigation

 

Accidents occur every day in workplaces all over the United States. The goal of this course is to prevent the recurrence of accidents by discovering not only what happened, but also how and why the accident happened. Upon completion of this course, learners will be able to identify: the goal of accident investigation, the difference between major and minor accidents, direct, indirect, and root causes of accidents, and basic steps in accident investigation.

 

Price: $USD 49.00

 

Radioisotope Safety

 

Radiation exposure from use of radioactive materials can cause adverse health effects. Using exposure controls and following safe work practices help minimize radiation exposures and prevent radiation contamination of work areas and equipment. After completing this course, learners will be able to identify safety issues associated with radioisotopes commonly used in the laboratory environment, describe health hazards associated with radiation, identify exposure control methods and monitoring techniques, and follow appropriate emergency procedures.

 

Price: $USD 49.00

 

Electrical Safety for Emergency Responders

 

Electrical equipment and power lines may pose significant hazards to emergency responders. Responders must be able to recognize and control electrical hazards to avoid bodily injury before taking other emergency actions. Upon completion of this course, Emergency Response Team members will be able to describe the fundamentals of electricity and its effect on the body, recognize electrical hazards to avoid becoming a victim, make informed decisions regarding the appropriate actions to take during an electrical emergency, and provide medical treatment for persons exposed to electricity.

 

Price: $USD 49.00

 

Introduction to Laser Safety

 

With the advent of a wider variety of more powerful lasers integrated into many areas of modern life, the issues involving laser safety are of even greater importance. People working with lasers, or with equipment containing lasers, need to understand the hazards associated with laser light, and know what precautions are in place to control these hazards. After taking this course, laser operators, and those working with equipment containing lasers, will be able to identify the nature and hazards of laser radiation, describe safety issues associated with the use of lasers in industrial and research environments, become familiar with standards and guidelines in order to control laser hazards, and identify and follow exposure controls and emergency procedures.

 

Price: $USD 49.00

 

Incident Command

 

Emergencies are typically very chaotic and in order to control an emergency, an Incident Command System should be in place. This course introduces members of an Emergency Response Team to the Incident Command System (ICS) so they can quickly and consistently organize emergency responders, and resources to minimize chaos and confusion. After completing this course, emergency response team members will be able to identify positions within the ICS, describe roles and responsibilities of each ICS position, and demonstrate how the ICS can be used in different types of emergency scenarios.

 

Price: $USD 49.00

 

Fall Protection

 

Working safely at elevated locations requires knowledge of fall hazards and fall protection equipment in order to prevent serious injury. This course introduces when and how to use fall protection equipment such as fall restraint and fall arrest systems. You will be able to identify both the hazards associated with elevating work equipment and associated with working on a roof. You will also learn of the procedures to follow in case of an emergency.

 

Price: $USD 49.00

 

Personal Protective Equipment: General Overview

 

This course provides a general overview to the use of personal protective equipment (PPE). By understanding the role and limitations of PPE in an overall safety strategy, workers will be able to recognize workplace hazards and match the appropriate types of PPE. This course will help employees understand his/her responsibilities with respect to PPE and the importance of properly fitting PPE.

 

Price: $USD 49.00

 

Personal Protective Equipment: Eye & Face Protection

 

This course is about the proper use and maintenance of eye and face protection. Upon completion of this course, workers will be able to describe types of eye and face protection and recognize potential eye and face hazards. This course will help employees understand his/her responsibilities with respect to eye and face protection and the importance of properly fitting PPE.

 

Price: $USD 49.00

 

Personal Protective Equipment: Head Protection

 

This course is about the proper use and maintenance of head protection. Upon completion of this course, workers will be able to describe types of head protection and recognize potential head hazards. This course will help employees understand his/her responsibilities with respect to head protection and the importance of properly fitting hard hats and other forms of PPE. (personal protective equipment).

 

Price: $USD 49.00