Employee Safety and Health Training - Job/Task Specific Training

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Introduction to Basic All Terrain Vehicle (ATV) Operation This on-line course is intended to introduce employees and volunteers to the principles and policies related to ATV operation on the job. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: Bloodborne Pathogens Approximately 5.6 million workers in health care and other facilities are at risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens. This online course was designed for employees who are engaged in activities that may expose them to human blood or other potentially infectious materials, and to introduce required procedures, best practices, and recommended methods and equipment to reduce their risk from this exposure. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: Hazard Communication The information presented in this course is based upon the Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200). In addition, this course will cover the scope and application, manufacturer and employer responsibilities, and elements of a hazard communication program. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: First Responder Awareness Level (HAZWOPER) At the conclusion of this course, you should be able to: Apply the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements when responding, at the awareness level, to a hazardous materials release; Identify the spill responder categories and their limitations; Identify Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) levels for personal protective equipment; Recognize safety issues at hazardous materials spill sites; Identify the basic principles of incident command; Identify the basic principles of decontamination; and Determine if your agency’s emergency response plan has the required program elements. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: Office Safety Despite common beliefs that the office provides a safe environment in which to work, many hazards exist which cause thousands of injuries and health problems each year among office workers. Since one-third of the DOI work force is in offices, even low rates of work-related injuries and illnesses can have an immense impact on employee safety and health. This course discusses office safety in today's world of work. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Motorboat Operator (MOCC) Refresher This course gives participants the classroom equivalent training required to permit continued operation of Service-owned watercraft. It reviews minimum requirements for safe operation of motorboats and includes a review of legal requirements, preparations, navigation, operations, emergency procedures, rescue, self rescue, trailering, fire suppression and basic seamanship. The participant must still verify practical on-water boating skills. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: Personal Protective Equipment Personal protective equipment (PPE) includes all clothing and other work accessories designed to create a barrier against workplace hazards. Hard hats, goggles, face shields, steel-toed shoes, respirators, aprons, gloves, and full body suits are all forms of personal protective equipment. At the end of this course, you should be able to: Describe the basics of conducting a hazard assessment of the workplace; Identify the different types of PPE and the proper use and care of the equipment; and Select appropriate PPE for a variety of circumstances. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: Hearing Conservation There are many persons in the Department of the Interior’s workforce who engage in operations where they may be exposed to noise hazards. Fortunately, the incidence of noise-induced hearing loss can be reduced or eliminated through the successful application of engineering controls and hearing conservation programs. Directives in the Departmental Manual, Part 485, requires each Department of the Interior bureau to implement a hearing conservation program for employees who are exposed to workplace noise over certain limits. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans and Fire Prevention Plans There is a long and tragic history of workplace fires caused by problems with fire exits and extinguishing systems. OSHA requires employers to provide proper exits, fire fighting equipment, and employee training to prevent fire deaths and injuries in the workplace. The rules in 29 CFR 1910.34 through 1910.39 cover the minimum requirements for exit routes that employers must provide in their workplaces so that employees may evacuate the workplaces safely during an emergency. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Operations and Maintenance: Plans and Preventive Maintenance This course teaches supervisors, managers, and employees how to create and manage job plans, safety plans, and preventive maintenance (PM) routines.  This course is based on the FMSS, and uses FMSS to manage facility inventory and resources. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: Fire Protection In this course, you will learn about the fire protection requirements covered in 29 CFR 1910, Subpart L. These requirements cover the following fire protection subjects: Fire brigades; Portable and fixed fire suppression equipment; Fire detection systems; and Fire and employee alarm systems. The rules addressed apply to all employment except maritime, construction, and agricultural jobs. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: Fall Protection Falls are one of the leading causes of occupational fatalities. In fact, it is the number one cause of death in construction. There are so many different types of work and so many different kinds of fall hazards that it is not possible to organize fall protection into a neat set of rules that fit all situations. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has placed rules for fall protection in several different subparts, depending primarily on the nature of the work. In this course, we will describe methods of providing fall protection and more specifically, personal fall arrest systems. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: Permit-Required Confined Spaces This online course takes the place of the classroom portion of your permit-required confined space training. It does not take the place of the "hands on" specific training necessary to learn to operate atmospheric testing instruments, personal protective equipment, rescue equipment, and other special equipment needed for an entry. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: Hand and Portable Powered Tools Serious accidents often occur before steps are taken to identify and avoid or eliminate tool-related hazards. Workers must learn to recognize the hazards associated with the different types of tools and take the safety precautions necessary to prevent those hazards. At the end of this course, you should be able to: Identify the hazards associated with hand and portable powered tools; Identify the specific precautions that should be taken with each type of hand and portable powered tool; Identify general safety precautions. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: Flammable and Combustible Liquids This course covers the two primary hazards associated with flammable and combustible liquids: explosion and fire. In order to prevent these hazards, this course and the standard upon which it is based, 29 CFR 1910.106, address the primary concerns of design and construction, ventilation, ignition sources, and storage. At the end of this course, you should be able to: Identify and define the terms relating to flammable or explosive limits; Identify the requirements for flammable or combustible liquids stored in drums or other containers; Identify the requirements for the design and construction of storage cabinets, inside storage rooms, and outside storage rooms; and Identify the requirements affecting the design, construction, and operation of various types of plants and facilities. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: Control of Hazardous Energy (Lockout/Tagout) “Lockout/tagout” refers to specific practices and procedures to safeguard employees from the unexpected energization or startup of machinery and equipment, or the release of hazardous energy during service or maintenance activities. This course will discuss the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulation, 29 CFR 1910.147 Control of Hazardous Energy, which requires lockout/tagout if you perform service or maintenance activities such as constructing, installing, setting up, adjusting, inspecting, modifying, and maintaining or servicing machines or equipment — where the unexpected startup, energization, or the release of stored energy could cause injury. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: Introduction to Industrial Hygiene Industrial hygiene is the science of anticipating, recognizing, evaluating, and controlling workplace conditions that may cause a worker's illness, disease, or injury. This course covers industrial hygiene regulations and recommended practices. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: Electrical Safety Design Perhaps because it has become such a familiar part of our daily life, many of us don’t give much thought to how much our work depends on a reliable source of electricity. More importantly, we tend to overlook the hazards electricity poses and fail to treat it with the respect it deserves. OSHA standards cover many electrical hazards in many different industries. OSHA’s general industry electrical safety standards are published in 29 CFR 1910 Subpart S. This course will discuss those standards as they relate to electrical safety design within the workplace. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: Welding, Cutting, and Brazing Welding, cutting, and brazing are potentially hazardous activities that pose a unique combination of both safety and health risks to more than 500,000 workers in a wide variety of industries. At the end of this course, you should be able to: Understand the general requirements concerning compressed gases; Identify the general safety requirements for all types of welding; Understand the general characteristics for the various types of welding; Identify the specific safety requirements for: oxygen-fuel gas welding and cutting; arc welding and cutting; and resistance welding. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: Walking and Working Surfaces At the end of this course, you should be able to: Identify the most commonly cited violations; Understand how to guard against wall and floor openings and holes; Understand the limitations of fixed industrial stairs and fixed ladders; and Understand the limitations of ladders and scaffolds. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: Excavations Upon completion of this course, you should be able to: State the greatest risk that is present at an excavation; Briefly describe the three main methods for protecting employees from cave-ins; Name at least three factors that pose a hazard to employees working in excavations, and at least one way to eliminate or reduce each of the hazards; and Describe the role of a competent person at an excavation site. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: Machinery and Machine Guarding Crushed hands and arms, severed fingers, blindness — the list of possible machinery-related injuries is as long as it is horrifying. Safeguards are essential for protecting workers from needless and preventable injuries. The purpose of machine guarding is to protect the machine operator and other employees in the work area from hazards created by ingoing nip points, rotating parts, flying chips and sparks. Some examples of machine guarding are barrier guards, light curtains, two-hand operating devices, etc. This course includes lessons on Machine Safeguarding Basics; Machine Safeguarding Methods; and General Requirements for All Machines. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: Cranes and Rigging Cranes pose significant safety issues, both for the operators of the diverse "lifting" devices, and for workers in proximity to them. Moving large, heavy loads is crucial to today’s manufacturing and construction industries, and much new technology has been developed for these operations. OSHA has separate regulations covering cranes used in General Industry, Construction, and Maritime. Although these regulations have differences, this course will discuss maintenance, operations, and training that are applicable to all industries. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: 2008 Bloodborne Pathogens Approximately 5.6 million workers in health care and other facilities are at risk of exposure to bloodborne pathogens. This online course was designed for employees who are engaged in activities that may expose them to human blood or other potentially infectious materials, and to introduce required procedures, best practices, and recommended methods and equipment to reduce their risk from this exposure. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: Ionizing Radiation Although radiation is present in everyday life, it is often overlooked. This course will identify common examples of ionizing and non-ionizing radiation and help you understand the difference between these two basic types of radiation sources. In addition, you will be introduced to important terminology related to radiation and given a greater understanding of the concept of "occupational exposure." https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Construction Safety Awareness The course has been designed to familiarize Service personnel with the Occupational Safety and Health Administration's (OSHA) Construction Safety Standards primarily through use of the OSHA 2202 Construction Industry Digest but also 29 CFR 1926 and 360 FW 4. You will need to score 80% on the 50 question final examination to successfully complete this course. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: Powered Industrial Trucks By the end of this course, you should be able to: Identify the industries that are covered by the powered industrial truck standard; Match designations to the applicable types of powered industrial trucks; Identify at least three training topics that must be covered in powered industrial trucks training; Select the conditions and frequency when retraining is required; and Identify at least three ways to reduce hazards that may lead to injury when using powered industrial trucks to handle materials. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Defensive Driving / 4x4 Operation This course is a must for all employees who operate government vehicles. Learn the safety tips and defensive driving tips mainly to reduce accidents that cost a considerable amount of money every year. This course also covers the 4x4 Driving course, that teaches the student how to handle 4x4 vehicles, and equipment that come with the vehicle. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: 2008 Hazard Communication The information presented in this course is based upon the Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200). In addition, this course will cover the scope and application, manufacturer and employer responsibilities, and elements of a hazard communication program. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: Laboratory Safety This course is intended to meet the general requirement for providing information and training to laboratory workers about the hazards of chemicals that may be present in their laboratories. Note: Bureau policies may have more stringent requirements than described in this online course. Your supervisor or Chemical Hygiene Officer will have to provide additional, specific information about your Chemical Hygiene Plan. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: Naturally Occurring Radioactive Materials Because of the nature of their work, some USGS employees may be exposed to hazardous concentrations of naturally occurring radioactive materials, sometimes referred to as NORM. This course will describe some of the naturally occurring radioactive materials, and methods to reduce the related health risks. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: 2008 First Responder Awareness Level (HAZWOPER) At the conclusion of this course, you should be able to: Apply the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requirements when responding, at the awareness level, to a hazardous materials release; Identify the spill responder categories and their limitations; Identify Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) levels for personal protective equipment; Recognize safety issues at hazardous materials spill sites; Identify the basic principles of incident command; Identify the basic principles of decontamination; and Determine if your agency’s emergency response plan has the required program elements. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: 2008 Hearing Conservation There are many persons in the Department of the Interior’s workforce who engage in operations where they may be exposed to noise hazards. Fortunately, the incidence of noise-induced hearing loss can be reduced or eliminated through the successful application of engineering controls and hearing conservation programs. Directives in the Departmental Manual, Part 485, requires each Department of the Interior bureau to implement a hearing conservation program for employees who are exposed to workplace noise over certain limits. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Defensive Driving This one-hour course will provide simple defensive driving techniques to reduce your chances of being involved in a motor vehicle accident. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: 2008 Permit-Required Confined Spaces This online course takes the place of the classroom portion of your permit-required confined space training. It does not take the place of the "hands on" specific training necessary to learn to operate atmospheric testing instruments, personal protective equipment, rescue equipment, and other special equipment needed for an entry. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: X-ray Producing Machines Many different types of machines produce x-rays, either intentionally or inadvertently. Some devices that can produce x-rays are x-ray diffractometers, electron microscopes, x-ray photoelectron spectrometers, and Van de Graaf accelerators. This course provides an overview of x-ray producing machines, operational controls, and the prevention of accidents when in use. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Motorboat Operation Certification Course (MOCC) This course gives participants the training required to permit operation of Service-owned watercraft. It reviews minimum requirements for safe operation of motorboats and includes a review of legal requirements, preparations, navigation, operations, emergency procedures, rescue, self rescue, trailering, fire suppression and basic seamanship. The course includes both classroom and on-the-water instruction. There is an on-the-water practical exam during which the student must demonstrate certain skills to pass as well as a written exam with a passing grade of 70 required. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: 2008 Personal Protective Equipment Personal protective equipment (PPE) includes all clothing and other work accessories designed to create a barrier against workplace hazards. Hard hats, goggles, face shields, steel-toed shoes, respirators, aprons, gloves, and full body suits are all forms of personal protective equipment. At the end of this course, you should be able to: Describe the basics of conducting a hazard assessment of the workplace; Identify the different types of PPE and the proper use and care of the equipment; and Select appropriate PPE for a variety of circumstances. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Safety: 2008 Introduction to Industrial Hygiene Industrial hygiene is the science of anticipating, recognizing, evaluating, and controlling workplace conditions that may cause a worker's illness, disease, or injury. This course covers industrial hygiene regulations and recommended practices. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Agricultural Tractor Safety Training Course This course provides training in the operation of rented or leased agricultural tractors with applicable attachments (20 HP and over, tracked or wheeled). The course is designed to familiarize employees, volunteers, and partner operators with the safe operation and preventative maintenance of agricultural tractors and attachments. The course includes classroom and field operation instruction. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Backhoe/Loader Safety Training Course This course provides the training required in FWS Policy, 321 FW 1, to permit operation of Service-owned, operated, rented, or leased backhoe/loader with applicable attachments. The course is designed to familiarize employees, volunteers, and partner operators with the safe operation and preventative maintenance of backhoe/loaders and attachments. The course includes classroom and field operation instruction.  https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Portable Fire Extinguishers This one-hour course is designed to protect employees and help prevent serious property loss from workplace fires. It identifies the various classes of fires, types of portable fire extinguishers, and actions to take in the event of a fire. It describes when and how to use portable fire extinguishers to put out small fires. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
First Aid--CPR Emergencies requiring cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) can and do occur without warning. It is important that you know the basic emergency techniques for recognizing and treating failures of the respiratory system and heart. This one-hour course will focus on the ABCs of basic life support: maintaining an open airway, restoring breathing, and restoring circulation. Note: this training should not be used as the primary basis for any CPR certification. It is intended to provide the learner with knowledge-based training only. This training should be accompanied with a performance-based component provided by a certified CPR instructor. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Skid Steer Safety Training Course This course provides the training required in FWS Policy, 321 FW 1, to permit operation of Service-owned, operated, rented, or leased skid steers (tracked or wheeled) with applicable attachments. The course is designed to familiarize employees, volunteers, and partner operators with the safe operation and preventative maintenance of skid steers and attachments. The course includes classroom and field operation instruction. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Crawler Dozer Safety Training Course This course provides the training required in FWS Policy, 321 FW 1, to permit operation of Service-owned, operated, rented, or leased crawler dozers with applicable attachments. The course is designed to familiarize employees, volunteers, and partner operators with the safe operation and preventative maintenance of crawler dozers and attachments. The course includes classroom and field operation instruction. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Powered Industrial Trucks (Forklift) Safety Training Course This course provides training in the operation of operated, rented, or leased powered industrial trucks (forklifts-Class 1-7) with applicable attachments. The course is designed to familiarize employees, volunteers, and partner operators with the safe operation and preventative maintenance of powered industrial truck and attachments. The course includes classroom and field operation instruction. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Four-Wheel Drive Loader Safety Training Course This course provides the training required in FWS Policy, 321 FW 1, to permit operation of Service-owned, operated, rented, or leased four-wheel-drive loaders with applicable attachments. The course is designed to familiarize employees, volunteers, and partner operators with the safe operation and preventative maintenance of four-wheel-drive loaders and attachments. The course includes classroom and field operation instruction. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Toxicology (HAZWOPER) This course focuses on the study of poisons, their safe limits, and their adverse effects on living organisms. While the subject of toxicology is complex, it is necessary to understand the basic concepts in order to make logical decisions concerning the protection of personnel from chemical exposure. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Emergency Response This one-hour course provides information about planning for and responding to emergencies. The intent is to provide the learner with basic information on procedures that cover onsite emergencies such as an accidental release or spill of a hazardous chemical, fire emergencies, explosions, bomb threats, threats to security or personal injuries. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Specialty Tracked Equipment Safety Training Course This course provides the training required in FWS Policy, 321 FW 1, to permit operation of Service-owned, operated, rented, or leased specialty tracked equipment with applicable attachments (e.g. Marsh Master, Geo-Boy, Gyro-Trac, etc.). The course is designed to familiarize employees, volunteers, and partner operators with the safe operation and preventative maintenance of specialty tracked equipment and attachments. The course includes classroom and field operation instruction. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Equipment Operator Safety This week long training is targeted at Wage-Grade employees who are equipment operators or are required to operate equipment as a part of their regular duties. The course deals with new technological advances in equipment operation. Class includes hands-on equipment training in the field using end loader, motor grader, mowing tractor, backhoe, dump truck, dozer and boom axe. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Hydraulic Excavator Safety Training Course This course provides the training required in FWS Policy, 321 FW 1, to permit operation of Service-owned, operated, rented, or leased hydraulic excavators with applicable attachments. The course is designed to familiarize employees, volunteers, and partner operators with the safe operation and preventative maintenance of hydraulic excavators and attachments. The course includes classroom and field operation instruction. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Defensive Driving Techniques This one-hour course will provide advanced defensive driving techniques to reduce your chances of being involved in a motor vehicle accident. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Motor Grader Safety Training Course This course provides the training required in FWS Policy, 321 FW 1, to permit operation of Service-owned, operated, rented, or leased motor graders with applicable attachments. The course is designed to familiarize employees, volunteers, and partner operators with the safe operation and preventative maintenance of motor graders and attachments. The course includes classroom and field operation instruction. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Cold Stress This one-hour course will discuss the effects of cold on your body, outline the risk factors for cold-related ailments, and describe the associated treatments for each. This training will also describe several preventive measure techniques and safe work practices that you can use to protect yourself from cold-related stresses. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Back Safety This course is designed to bring awareness into the work environment and help eliminate preventable back injuries. It will provide information regarding job-specific hazards, safe work practices, and ergonomics.  https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
First Aid--Basic First aid is the immediate care for victims of injuries or sudden illness, before professional medical treatment is available. It not only involves the victim's physical condition and emotional state, but the entire emergency situation. This one-hour training course will focus on how to use a systematic approach to evaluate an emergency situation and respond to basic first aid situations prior to the arrival of the Emergency Medical Services (EMS). Note: This training should not be used as the primary basis for any first aid certification. It is intended to provide the learner with knowledge-based training only. This training should be accompanied with a performance-based component provided by a certified first aid instructor https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Emergency Disaster Preparedness This one-hour training course was designed and developed to provide instruction on emergency response, safety, reporting, and evacuation of company facilities and work areas in the event of a natural disaster, fire, bomb threat, or other emergency. The procedures contained in this training should be followed unless otherwise directed by your employer, police or fire department officials. The content in this course is designed to comply with the intent of the applicable regulatory requirements. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Crawler Loader Safety Training Course This course provides the training required in FWS Policy, 321 FW 1, to permit operation of Service-owned, operated, rented, or leased crawler loaders with applicable attachments. The course is designed to familiarize employees, volunteers, and partner operators with the safe operation and preventative maintenance of crawler loaders and attachments. The course includes classroom and field operation instruction. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Laboratory Safety This overview course is designed for employees who work in an industrial, clinical, or academic laboratory setting. It will serve to educate the laboratory employee to diverse safety and health concerns related to their job. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Decontamination (HAZWOPER) This training provides information concerning decontamination, which is the process of removing contaminants that have collected on workers and equipment. Decontamination protects you from hazardous substances that may contaminate and eventually penetrate protective clothing, respiratory equipment, tools, vehicles, and other equipment used on-site. It also prevents the movement of contaminants from the site to the community. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Workplace Safety Orientation This one-hour course will provide an awareness level orientation of basic industrial safety fundamentals. It was designed to provide an overview of some of the basic concepts and techniques used in modern industry to protect workers. It also describes the purpose of the following safety programs: Hazard Communication; Bloodborne Pathogen Safety; Lockout/Tagout; Confined Space Entry; Emergency Response; Respiratory Protection; Personal Protective Equipment; Hearing Conservation. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Forklift Safety The purpose of this training is to help you become a qualified forklift operator; one who has the skills and knowledge to operate a lift truck in a safe and proper manner. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Office Ergonomics This one-hour course is designed to provide the basic information needed to recognize musculoskeletal disorder (MSD) signs, symptoms, and risk factors. It addresses the key components of an ergonomics program and also provides information to assist both employees and employers in minimizing the risk of developing work-related MSDs. This course applies to employees and employers in office/administrative type settings. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Scraper Pan Safety Training Course This course provides the training required in FWS Policy, 321 FW 1, to permit operation of Service-owned, operated, rented, or leased scraper pans with applicable attachments. The course is designed to familiarize employees, volunteers, and partner operators with the safe operation and preventative maintenance of scraper pans and attachments. The course includes classroom and field operation instruction. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
PPE/Respiratory Protection (HAZWOPER) Equipment and devices have been developed over the years to protect the human body against a variety of environmental and physical hazards. Today, many forms of personal protective equipment (PPE) are available to protect you from injuries and illnesses. This training is intended to acquaint you with the different types and the correct selection of PPE. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Emergency Response and Spill Control (HAZWOPER) This training describes how to respond to various emergency situations and describes control of situations both by the workers involved and by trained emergency personnel. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Mold Awareness Many businesses and organizations, including government-owned facilities, can experience mold at their facilities at some point in their business life. A mold is a coating or discoloration that develops in a damp atmosphere on the surface of food or fabric. Not everyone is at risk from exposure to molds but certain groups of individuals, including infants and the elderly, are particularly susceptible to mold-induced allergies or infections. Providing information on the hazards associated with mold is an important aspect of the health and safety requirements for businesses and organizations. This course is part of the Safety and Health Series and is aimed at any employee whose normal job activities could result in occupational exposure to mold. This course provides the learner with the basic understanding of mold awareness in the workplace - how mold grows and spreads, how to recognize mold, the routes of human exposure to mold, associated health effects from mold exposure, and methods of mold prevention and clean up. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Job Hazard Analysis This one-hour course is intended to provide information that will help improve the quality of work environments, improve absenteeism, help maintain a healthier workforce, reduce injury and illness rates, and make workers feel good about their work. This course was specifically designed for supervisors and managers to help enhance existing techniques in Job Hazard Analysis. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Site Safety and Health Plan Procedures (HAZWOPER) This training is designed to provide on-site and off-site employees with information on the company's site safety and health plan. A site safety plan establishes policies and procedures to protect workers and the public from potential hazards posed by a hazardous waste site. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Heat and Cold Exposure Management (HAZWOPER) This training is intended for personnel who may be exposed to temperature extremes at hazardous waste sites. Heat-related illness is a major hazard, especially for workers wearing personal protective clothing. Cold-related injuries can cause loss of limbs or even death. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Basic Electrical Skills Basic Electrical provides entry level park maintenance workers with an introduction to tools, materials, and techniques used to repair park electrical systems. Program content includes an introduction to electricity and simple electrical systems, basic 110 volt electrical system repairs, tool use, materials applications and storage, and safety. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Trenching and Excavation Safety This one-hour course is designed to better inform the employee of the possible health and safety concerns unique to trenching and excavation. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
Workplace Safety In the first quarter of fiscal year 2005, more than 53,800 occupational injuries and illnesses involving civilian federal employees occurred. Thirty-four of these injuries resulted in fatalities. Beyond the human implications of these statistics, this takes its toll on the American taxpayer in the form of the chargeback billings of federal agencies arising from the injuries and illnesses suffered by federal employees. For example, in 2000, worker compensation billings for all federal employees totaled more than $2 billion. This course enables federal employees to gain an insight into the Occupational Safety and Health requirements for federal employees. It covers the essential responsibilities required for federal government agencies and their employees in order to create a safe and healthful working environment. In addition, this course covers information about the types of training that agencies should provide for their employees. The course also looks at the documentation of workplace safety incidents and the importance of record keeping and submitting annual reports. Finally, the course discusses the issue of whistleblower protection. This course meets the training compliance requirements mandated under OSHA Regulation CFR 1960 and Executive Order 12196. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo
OSHA 300 Recordkeeping This course will cover OSHA's revised recordkeeping requirements, the new recordkeeping forms, and offers a number of opportunities for you to practice classifying a case's recordability. https://gm2.geolearning.com/geonext/doi/login.geo

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