Regulatory Compliance Online Training Courses

We offer the following online courses covering multiple topics within the Regulatory Compliance category.

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A

Our interactive course on Aerial Lifts in Industrial and Construction Environments reviews the various types of aerial lifts, make employees aware of the hazards that are associated with these lifts, and give them the information that they’ll need to work safely… whether they’re using a lift or working around one. Topics covered in the course include the types of aerial lifts and the training required to operate them, hazards associated with using aerial lifts, “pre-start” and “worksite” inspections, setting up, operating and moving an aerial lift, working on the ground near an aerial lift and more.
Our interactive course on Asbestos Awareness provides employees with important information, and helps employers comply with the training requirements of the OSHA Asbestos Standard. Before the negative health effects of asbestos were fully understood, this hazardous substance was used in thousands of products and building materials. And asbestos-containing materials can be found in many buildings even today. Employees such as custodial, engineering and maintenance staff need to understand the health risks associated with asbestos, be able to recognize asbestos hazards in their workplace and know what to do to protect themselves and others from exposure to asbestos. Areas covered in the course include information on asbestos… miracle and menace, the health effects of asbestos, thermal system insulation, sprayed-on materials, floor and ceiling tiles, protective equipment and safe work practices, decontamination and medical surveillance, and more.

[1910 Subpart Z – Toxic and Hazardous Substances., 1910.1001 – Asbestos.]

B

Our interactive course on Bloodborne Pathogens in Commercial and Industrial Facilities provides essential information while assisting commercial and industrial organizations in fulfilling the training requirements contained in the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard. Bloodborne diseases continue to pose major health problems. Increasing infection rates for Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C are now making them as serious a concern as HIV, the virus which can often lead to AIDS. So it’s more important than ever for employees to understand the hazards of bloodborne pathogens, the policies and practices that can prevent their transmission, and the OSHA regulations that address them. Areas covered in the course include bloodborne pathogens, such as HIV and Hepatitis, infection and the Exposure Control Plan, methods of exposure control, personal protection and vaccination, housekeeping and Regulated Waste, accidental exposure procedures and more.

[1910 Subpart Z – Toxic and Hazardous Substances., 1910.1030 – Bloodborne pathogens.]

Our interactive course on Bloodborne Pathogens in First Response Environments provides essential information while assisting first responder organizations in fulfilling the training requirements contained in the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard. Bloodborne diseases continue to pose major health problems. Increasing infection rates for Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C are now making them as serious a concern as HIV, the virus which can often lead to AIDS. So it’s more important than ever for employees to understand the hazards of bloodborne pathogens, the policies and practices that can prevent their transmission, and the OSHA regulations that address them. Areas covered in the course include HIV, Hepatitis and sources of infection, the Exposure Control Plan, biohazard labeling, reducing the risk of exposure, personal protective, equipment, Hepatitis vaccinations, post-exposure procedures and more.

[1910 Subpart Z – Toxic and Hazardous Substances., 1910.1030 – Bloodborne pathogens.]
Our interactive course on Bloodborne Pathogens in Healthcare Facilities provides essential information while assisting healthcare organizations in fulfilling the training requirements contained in the OSHA Bloodborne Pathogens Standard. Bloodborne diseases continue to pose major health problems. Increasing infection rates for Hepatitis B and Hepatitis C are now making them as serious a concern as HIV, the virus which can often lead to AIDS. So it’s more important than ever for employees to understand the hazards of bloodborne pathogens, the policies and practices that can prevent their transmission, and the OSHA regulations that address them. Areas covered in the course include include HIV, Hepatitis and sources of infection, the Exposure Control Plan, biohazard labeling, reducing the risk of exposure, personal protective, equipment, Hepatitis vaccinations, post-exposure procedures and more.

[1910 Subpart Z – Toxic and Hazardous Substances., 1910.1030 – Bloodborne pathogens.]

C

Our interactive course on Confined Space Entry addresses the major areas of employee training required by the regulation. This course was created specifically for OSHA’s Permit Required Confined Space Regulation (29 CFR part 1910.146). The regulation centers on the responsibilities that employers, supervisors and workers who deal with confined spaces have. If a facility has hazardous confined spaces, they must create a written Permit Space Entry Program to regulate entry into these spaces, as well as control their hazards. Areas covered in the course include contents of the standard, responsibilities of the employer, entry supervisors, attendants and entrants, identifying permit spaces, types of hazards that can be encountered, safety equipment, dealing with emergencies and rescue teams, and more.

[1910 Subpart H – Hazardous Materials, 1910.119 – Process safety management of highly hazardous chemicals.; 1910 Subpart J – General Environmental Controls, 1910.146 – Permit-required confined spaces.]

D

Our interactive course on DOT HAZMAT General Awareness focuses on employees who handle as well as transport hazardous materials. The course reviews a number of topics aimed at making employees more aware of situations in which they may encounter hazardous chemicals… and the nature of the hazards associated with the chemicals. Created specifically for the Department of Transportation’s HAZMAT training regulation on Handling and Transporting Hazardous Materials, MARCOM’s Interactive CD-ROM Course DOT HAZMAT General Awareness provides the information necessary to comply with the regulation’s General Awareness training requirement. (While this course can be used by itself, it can also be used as a companion product to MARCOM’s DOT HAZMAT Safety Training Interactive CD-ROM Course). Areas covered in the course include the regulation itself, hazardous materials, definitions and classes, hazard communication, hazard indicators, such as labels, shipping papers and placards, where hazardous materials may be encountered, packaging and shipping, transport (trucks, ships, rail, etc.), storage, security issues and more.

[1910 Subpart Z – Toxic and Hazardous Substances., 1910.1201 – Retention of DOT markings, placards and labels.]
Our interactive course on DOT HAZMAT Safety Training focuses on employees who handle as well as transport hazardous materials. Created specifically for the Department of Transportation’s HAZMAT Training regulation on Handling and Transporting Hazardous Materials, MARCOM’s DOT HAZMAT Safety Training course provides the Safety Training required by the regulation. (While this course can be used by itself, it can also be used as a companion product to MARCOM’s DOT HAZMAT General Awareness course). The course makes employees aware of the hazards associated with the materials they handle… and shows them how to work with these materials safely.

Areas covered in the course include the regulation itself, hazardous materials that employees may encounter, hazard indicators such as labels, shipping papers and placards, the use of personal protective equipment, proper handling procedures, methods and procedures for avoiding accidents, accidents/emergencies involving hazardous materials, spills and cleanup procedures, and more.

[1910 Subpart Z – Toxic and Hazardous Substances., 1910.1201 – Retention of DOT markings, placards and labels.]
Our interactive course on DOT HAZMAT Security Awareness focuses on employees who handle hazardous materials. The course reviews a number of topics aimed at making these employees more aware of security risks in which they may encounter when transporting hazardous materials. Created specifically for the Department of Transportation’s HAZMAT Training regulation on Handling and Transporting Hazardous Materials, this course provides the information necessary to comply with the regulation’s Security Awareness training requirement. (While this program can be used by itself, it can also be used as a companion product to MARCOM’s DOT HAZMAT In-Depth Training program). The course includes information on DOT’s HAZMAT security requirements, security risks associated with transporting hazardous materials, methods that have been designed to enhance transportation security, how to recognize security risks, responding to possible security threats and more.

[DOT 49 CFR 172.700]
Our interactive course on DOT HAZMAT In-Depth Security focuses on employees who handle hazardous materials. The course reviews a number of topics aimed at making these employees more aware of risks associated with transporting hazardous materials and gives them an understanding of their facility’s HAZMAT Security Plan. Created specifically for the Department of Transportation’s HAZMAT Training regulation on Handling and Transporting Hazardous Materials, this course provides the information necessary to comply with the regulation’s In-Depth Security training requirement. (While this course can be used by itself, it can also be used as a companion product to MARCOM’s DOT HAZMAT Security Awareness program). The course includes information on DOT’s HAZMAT security requirements, security risks associated with transporting hazardous materials, the contents of a HAZMAT Security Plan, organizational security structure, facility security objectives, security procedures, employees’ security responsibilities, actions to take in the event of a security breach and more.

[DOT 49 CFR 172.700]

E

Our interactive course on Emergency Planning assists facilities in complying with these regulations and helps them prepare for potential emergency situations. Existing OSHA, SARA Title III, and numerous state regulations call for all facilities to meet a number of emergency preparedness/crisis management requirements. These include that every facility have an Emergency Plan that spells out what is to be done in case of an emergency; and that this plan, as well as other important information, be shared with the local emergency planning committee and emergency response groups such as the police, fire department and others. Areas covered in the course include types of emergencies, the emergency plan, the crisis management team, evacuation procedures, communications, the role of outside agencies, practice sessions and drills, and more.

[1910.165 – Employee Alarm System, 1910.136 – Means of Egress, General Requirements, 1910.38- Employee emergency Plans and Fire Prevention Plans, 1910.132-134 – Personal Protective Equipment, 1910.1556 – Fire Brigades, Superfund Amendments and Reauthorization Act of 1986 (SARA, Title III), Title III, List of Lists Chemical subject to reporting under SARA Title III]

F

Our interactive course on Forklift Safety: Industrial Counterbalance Lift Trucks has been designed to introduce employees to the forklift they’ll be using, explain its capabilities and limitations, and show them how to operate and maintain it properly. Industrial counterbalance lift trucks are the forklifts that do most of the materials handling work in industrial facilities today. They get these tasks done quickly and efficiently, but they can also be dangerous, killing more than 100 workers and injuring thousands more every year. Areas covered in the course include driving a forklift safely, using the mast and forks, inspecting a forklift, refueling and recharging safely, and more.
Our interactive course on Forklift/Powered Industrial Truck Safety has been specifically created to involve employees in the process of understanding forklift operation and to help facilities in fulfilling the OSHA Powered Industrial Truck Standard (29 CFR,1910.178) training requirements. Forklifts and other powered industrial trucks are rugged, powerful tools that help workers perform materials handling tasks quickly and efficiently. But the same qualities that make industrial trucks so helpful can also make them dangerous. Areas covered in the course include OSHA’s training requirements, types of powered industrial trucks, inspection and maintenance, safe operating procedures, lifting and lowering loads, a forklift’s stability and handling and more.

[1910 Subpart N – Materials Handling and Storage, 1910.178 – Powered industrial trucks.]

G

Our interactive course on the GHS Container Labeling discusses the six types of information contained on a GHS label, and the differences between GHS labels and other types of chemical hazard labels. Created specifically to assist facilities in complying with the employee training requirements of OSHA’s newly adopted GHS regulations, this course discusses how chemicals should be labeled under GHS. Topics covered in the program include how the GHS changes chemical hazard labeling, GHS labels’ text elements, GHS labels’ pictograms, training and phase-in dates and more.

[1910 Subpart P – Hand and Portable Powered Tools and Other Hand-Held Equipment, 1910.12, Construction work; 1910.242 – Hand and portable powered tools and equipment, general., 1910.243 – Guarding of portable powered tools., 1910.244 – Other portable tools and equipment.]
Our interactive course on GHS Safety Data Sheets reviews the composition of GHS Safety Data Sheets, the information that’s contained in each section and how SDS’s are different from Material Safety Data Sheets. Created specifically to assist facilities in complying with the employee training requirements of OSHA’s newly adopted GHS regulations, this course discusses how chemicals should be labeled under GHS. Topics covered in the program include Material Safety Data Sheets and GHS SDS’s, materials and their hazards, hazardous materials emergencies, handling hazardous materials and more.

H

Our interactive course on Hazard Communication in Auto Service Facilities both introduces employees to the Hazard Communication regulations and provides training on the various groups of chemicals found in the automotive environment. Created specifically to assist auto service facilities of all types in complying with federal, state and municipal Hazard Communication regulations, the course addresses the major education and training requirements in these chemical hazard laws. Areas covered in the course include background of the regulation, GHS Safety Data Sheets and container labels, toxins, corrosives and irritants; flammables, combustibles and gases; carcinogens and radiation, exposure situations, personal protective equipment and chemical storage, spills and clean-up and more.

[1910.1200 Hazard Communication Training Requirements]

Our interactive course on Hazard Communication in Cleaning and Maintenance Operations both introduces employees to the Hazard Communication regulations and provides training on the various groups of chemicals found in the cleaning and maintenance environment. Created specifically to assist cleaning and maintenance facilities of all types in complying with federal, state and municipal Hazard Communication regulations, the course addresses the major education and training requirements in these chemical hazard laws. Areas covered in the course include background of the regulation, GHS Safety Data Sheets and container labels, toxins, corrosives and irritants; flammables, combustibles and gases; carcinogens and radiation, exposure situations, personal protective equipment and chemical storage, spills and clean-up and more.

[1910 Subpart Z – Toxic and Hazardous Substances., 1910.1200 – Hazard Communication.]
Our interactive course on Hazard Communication in Healthcare Facilities both introduces employees to the Hazard Communication regulations and provides training on the various groups of chemicals found in the healthcare environment. Created specifically to assist auto service facilities of all types in complying with federal, state and municipal Hazard Communication regulations, the course addresses the major education and training requirements in these chemical hazard laws. Areas covered in the course include background of the regulation, GHS Safety Data Sheets and container labels, toxins, corrosives and irritants; flammables, combustibles and gases; carcinogens and radiation, exposure situations, personal protective equipment and chemical storage, spills and clean-up and more.

[1910 Subpart Z – Toxic and Hazardous Substances., 1910.1200 – Hazard Communication.]
Our interactive course on Hazard Communication in Industrial Facilities both introduces employees to the Hazard Communication regulations and provides training on the various groups of chemicals found in the industrial environment. Created specifically to assist industrial facilities of all types in complying with federal, state and municipal Hazard Communication regulations, the course addresses the major education and training requirements in these chemical hazard laws. Areas covered in the course include background of the regulation, GHS Safety Data Sheets and container labels, toxins, corrosives and irritants; flammables, combustibles and gases; carcinogens and radiation, exposure situations, personal protective equipment and chemical storage, spills and clean-up and more.

[1910 Subpart Z – Toxic and Hazardous Substances., 1910.1200 – Hazard Communication.]
Our interactive course on Hazard Communication in Hospitality Environments both introduces employees to the Hazard Communication regulations and provides training on the various groups of chemicals found in the hospitality environment. Created specifically to assist hospitality facilities of all types in complying with federal, state and municipal Hazard Communication regulations, the course addresses the major education and training requirements in these chemical hazard laws. Areas covered in the course include background of the regulation, GHS Safety Data Sheets and container labels, toxins, corrosives and irritants; flammables, combustibles and gases; carcinogens and radiation, exposure situations, personal protective equipment and chemical storage, spills and clean-up and more.

[1910 Subpart Z – Toxic and Hazardous Substances., 1910.1200 – Hazard Communication.]
Our interactive course on Hearing Conservation and Safety assists employers in complying with the OSHA standard while providing workers with the information they need to recognize and avoid noise hazards. We live in a noisy world… sometimes too noisy. Nearly 50 million Americans have experienced hearing loss from exposure to hazardous sound levels. For tens of thousands of them, this exposure occurred while they were doing their job. OSHA’s Hearing Conservation Standard was created to address this hazard and protect the hearing of employees. Areas in the course include information on the mechanics of sound; how the ear works; hazardous noise in the workplace; wearing ear muffs; using ear plugs and canal caps, the importance of regular hearing tests; and more.

[1910 Subpart G – Occupational Health and Environment Control; 1910.95 – Occupational noise exposure.]
Our interactive course on HIPAA Rules and Compliance defines HIPAA terms, explains the regulation and discusses what business entities and employees in healthcare-related fields need to do to comply with them. To get quality healthcare, people should not have to sacrifice the privacy or security of their personal health information. The set of regulations known as “HIPAA” ensures that patient data remains private, but the laws can seem complex and the penalties for non-compliance can be costly. Areas included in the program include HIPAA and protected health information (PHI), covered entities, business associates and subcontractors, PHI and patients’ rights, guidelines for use and disclosure of PHI, using PHI for marketing and fundraising, requirements of the HIPAA Security Rule, breach notification and penalties, and more.

[Health Insurance Portability & Accountability Act (HIPAA); Genetic Information Nondiscrimination Act (GINA); Health Information Technology for Economic and Clinical Health Act (HITECH)]

I

Our interactive course on Indoor Air Quality discusses the health hazards associated with contaminated indoor air, the most common contaminants, where they come from, and what employees can do to help keep the air in their workplace clean and healthy. Contaminated indoor air is currently one of the top five threats to public health, according to the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA). Any hazardous fumes, dusts, bacteria or spores that people inhale can result in them feeling “under the weather”, interfere with their ability to work efficiently, and even lead to serious health problems. Topics covered in this program include the symptoms of poor air quality, heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems, sources of air contamination, and more.

[1910 Subpart Z – Toxic and Hazardous Substances., 1910.1000 – Air contaminants.]
Our interactive course on the Introduction to GHS reviews what the Globally Harmonized System is all about, why OSHA adopted the GHS, and the phase-in dates for implementing the GHS. Created specifically to assist facilities in complying with the employee training requirements of OSHA’s newly adopted GHS regulations, this course discusses the Globally Harmonized System for the Classification and Labeling of Chemicals. Topics covered in the program include what the Globally Harmonized System is, why OSHA adopted the GHS, hazard classification, the Safety Data Sheet, container labeling (text elements), container labeling (pictograms), information and training, GHS phase in dates and more.
Our interactive course on Introduction to OSHA discusses the rights and responsibilities employees and employers have under OSHA and how the agency enforces its regulations. The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 gave employees the right to a safe and healthy workplace. The OSH Act also created OSHA, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, which creates regulations to protect worker health and safety across the country. To comply with OSHA requirements and build safety culture in the workplace, employers need to ensure that employees have a solid understanding of OSHA’s mission and how the agency protects them on the job. Areas covered in the course include OSHA and its mission, employees rights under OSHA, employers responsibilities under OSHA, how OSHA inspections are conducted, filing a complaint with OSHA, learning more about safety and health issues, and more.

L

Our interactive course on Lead Exposure in General Industry provides employees with the information they need to understand lead hazards and the safety regulations that address them. The program also explains how to recognize lead hazards in the workplace and handle them safely. Topics include the health effects of lead exposure; the OSHA Lead Standards for General Industry; compliance programs; risk assessment and monitoring; PPE and respiratory protection; housekeeping and decontamination; medical surveillance and removal.

[1910 Subpart Z – Toxic and Hazardous Substances., 1910.1025 – Lead]
Our interactive course on Lock-Out/Tag-Out provides employees with the information they need to avoid energy-related hazards, while at the same time helping employers meet OSHA training requirements. If powered equipment is started up while it’s being serviced, the person who is working on the equipment can suffer serious injuries… even be killed. The policies and procedures included in OSHA’s Lock-Out/Tag-Out Standard help to prevent incidents like these from occurring. Areas covered in the course include information on the need for an energy control program, lock-out/tag-out devices and how to use them, how to release stored energy, special lock-out/tag-out situations, working with electrical, hydraulic and pneumatic systems, lock-out/tag-out release procedures, and more.

[1910 Subpart J – General Environmental Controls, 1910.147 – The control of hazardous energy (lockout/tagout).]

O

Our interactive course on OSHA Recordkeeping for Employees helps facilities comply with OSHA’s Recordkeeping regulation (29 CFR Part 1904). It shows employees actual workplace incidents that demonstrate how to report accidents and what information they need to furnish. Areas covered in the course include why recordkeeping is important, what recordkeeping is used for, definitions and examples of work-related illnesses and injuries, information employees should provide about an incident situation, recordable incident scenarios, and more. This course can be used in conjunction with the MARCOM’s OSHA Recordkeeping for Managers and Supervisors CD-ROM to train all levels of personnel and provide them with a common base of understanding about recordkeeping requirements.

[1910 Subpart T – Commercial Diving Operations., 1910.440 – Recordkeeping requirements.]
Our interactive course on OSHA Recordkeeping for Managers and Supervisors helps facilities comply with OSHA’s Recordkeeping regulation (29 CFR Part 1904). It covers the details of the regulation’s requirements and shows actual workplace incidents that demonstrate what a manager’s responsibilities are in documenting and reporting recordable accidents. The course can be used in conjunction with MARCOM’s course on OSHA Recordkeeping for Employees to train workers at all levels, and provide them with a common base of understanding about OSHA’s recordkeeping requirements.

[1910 Subpart T – Commercial Diving Operations., 1910.440 – Recordkeeping requirements.]

P

Our interactive course on Personal Protective Equipment is specifically designed to help employers meet OSHA requirements. It provides employees with the information that they need to avoid injury on the job by using the appropriate PPE. On-the-job injuries affect all types of people doing all types of work. And virtually everyone will experience at least one of them at some point in their life. These accidents cost employers more than $100 billion every year. Since most workplace injuries result from the workers not wearing proper personal protective equipment (PPE), the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires employers to provide and maintain appropriate PPE for their people, and train them on how to use it. Areas covered in the course include overview of the OSHA regulations involving PPE, head, eye and face protection, respiratory protection, hand, foot and leg protection, and more.

[1910 Subpart B – Adoption and Extension of Established Federal Standards; 1910.19 – Special provisions for air contaminants.; 1910 Subpart H – Hazardous Materials, 1910.120 – Hazardous waste operations and emergency response.; 1910 Subpart I – Personal Protective Equipment, 1910.132 – general requirements. 1910.133 – Eye and face protection.; 1910.134 – Respiratory protection.; 1910.135 – Head protection.; 1910.136 – Occupational foot protection.; 1910.138 – Hand protection.]

R

Our interactive course on Respiratory Protection and Safety provides employees with important information to help facilities comply with requirements of the OSHA Respiratory Standard. Each year, tens of thousands of U.S. workers are exposed to harmful airborne contaminants. These noxious gases, dusts, vapors and biological pathogens can cause lung damage, cancer and other serious illnesses. Some can quickly cause loss of consciousness and even death, often without warning. To avoid these hazards, workers need to understand the risks associated with airborne contaminants as well as the government regulations and safe work practices that can protect them. They also need to be familiar with various types of respirators, understand how they work, and know how to use them. Areas covered in the course include the need for a Respiratory Protection Program, respiratory basics and disposable masks, air-purifying respirators and filter types, atmosphere-supplying respirators including SARs and SCBAs, fit testing a respirator, wearing a respirator, maintaining a respirator and more.

S

Our interactive course on Scissor Lifts in Industrial and Construction Environments introduces employees to scissor lifts, make them aware of the hazards associated with these lifts and give them the information they need to work safely using a scissor lift or working near one. Topics covered in the course include the types of scissor lifts and the training required to operate them, hazards associated with using scissor lifts, “pre-start” and “worksite” inspections, setting up, operating and moving a scissor lift, working on the ground near a scissor lift and more.
Our interactive course on Supported Scaffolding Safety helps facilities comply with OSHA’s Recordkeeping regulation (29 CFR Part 1904). Whenever a worker leaves the ground, the risk of an accident occurring increases dramatically. With more than 10,000 scaffold related injuries reported each year, OSHA has mandated that workers be trained on how to safely erect and use these work platforms. The course helps employees understand the dangers of working with scaffolds, and how these risks can be minimized by knowing the correct ways to erect, maintain and use scaffolding equipment. Areas included in the course include responsibilities of a scaffold expert, creating a level and stable foundation, platforms and planking, the danger of power lines, ramps and walkways, platform hazards, personal fall arrest systems, guarding against falling objects, and more.

[1910 Subpart B – Adoption and Extension of Established Federal Standards; 1910.12 – Construction work; 1910 Subpart D – Walking-Working Surfaces, 1910.28- Safety requirements for scaffolding.; 1910.29 – Manually propelled mobile ladder stands and scaffolds (towers).]
Our interactive course on Suspended Scaffolding Safety helps facilities comply with OSHA’s Scaffolding regulation (29 CFR Part 1904). Whenever a worker leaves the ground, the risk of an accident occurring increases dramatically. With more than 10,000 scaffold related injuries reported each year, OSHA has mandated that workers be trained on how to safely erect and use these work platforms. The course helps employees understand the dangers of working with scaffolds, and how these risks can be minimized by knowing the correct ways to erect, maintain and use scaffolding equipment. Areas included in the course include responsibilities of a scaffold expert, platform hazards, the danger of power lines, personal fall arrest systems, guarding against falling objects, and more.

[1910 Subpart B – Adoption and Extension of Established Federal Standards; 1910.12 – Construction work; 1910 Subpart D – Walking-Working Surfaces, 1910.28- Safety requirements for scaffolding.; 1910.29 – Manually propelled mobile ladder stands and scaffolds (towers).]

T

Our interactive course on Tuberculosis in the Healthcare Environment has been specifically created to assist healthcare employees on the front lines in the fight against TB by providing them with the latest information on the tuberculosis threat, the infection hazards they may encounter in their job and the steps they can take to avoid them. Topics covered include the resurgence of tuberculosis, how TB spreads and guidelines for fighting it, risks in healthcare environments, medical surveillance, engineering controls, wearing a respirator, working with and treating active TB and more.

Could your company benefit from any of the online OSHA training courses in this category? Give DFW Safety & First Aid a call today and find out how we can help you implement a successful and compliant training program!

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