These kits provide all the materials for instructor-led training in a classroom setting. Use of these training kits meets requirements in L&I safety & health rules for training in these subjects.
Current uses of arsenic include pharmaceuticals, wood preservatives, agricultural chemicals, and applications in the mining, metallurgical, glass making, and semiconductor industries. Completion of this course fulfills the training requirements of Arsenic, WAC 296-848-30005.
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Benzene is a widely used industrial chemical. Benzene is found in crude oil and is a major part of gasoline. It's used to make plastics, resins, synthetic fibers, rubber lubricants, dyes, detergents, drugs and pesticides. Completion of this course fulfills the training requirements of Benzene, WAC Chapter 296-849.
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This applies to all employers who have an employee(s) with occupational exposure (i.e., reasonably anticipated skin, eye, mucous membrane, or parenteral contact with blood or other potentially infectious materials (OPIM). Completion of this course fulfills the training requirements of Bloodborne pathogens, WAC Chapter 296-823.
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- Complete Bloodborne Pathogens Training Kit
- Bloodborne Pathogens Presentation Only
- Bloodborne Pathogens Instructor's Guide
- Complete Bloodborne Pathogens Training Kit (Spanish Version)
- Bloodborne Pathogens Presentation Only (Spanish Version)
Chemical Hazard communication (HazCom)
Chemical hazards and toxic substances pose a wide range of health hazards (such as irritation, sensitization, and carcinogenicity) and physical hazards (such as flammability, corrosion, and explosibility). Completion of this course fulfills the training requirements of Chemical hazard communications, WAC Chapter 296-901.
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Confined spaces such as storage tanks, process vessels, vaults, sewers, and grain bins, can present dangerous and even deadly hazards such as the lack of oxygen, contaminated air, moving parts or engulfment to workers who must enter them. They can be entered safely if the hazards can be first be determined and eliminated, or if not, by entry permit procedures with employee assigned duties. This training in two modules describes the hazards of confined spaces and the procedures for safe entry, which must be followed by specific training on the actual confined spaces that will be entered at worksites. (WAC Chapter 296-809)
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- Complete Confined Space training kit
- Confined Space Presentation only, Module 1, Module 2
- Confined Space Instructor's Guide
Ethylene oxide (EtO) is produced in large volumes and is primarily used as an intermediate in the production of several industrial chemicals, the most notable of which is ethylene glycol. It is also used as a fumigant in certain agricultural products and as a sterilant for medical equipment and supplies. Completion of this course fulfills the training requirements of Ethylene oxide, WAC Chapter 296-855.
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- Complete Ethylene Oxide training kit
- Ethylene Oxide Presentation only
- Ethylene Oxide Instructor's Guide
The majority of workplace eye injuries are caused by small particles or objects (such as metal slivers, wood chips or dust) striking or abrading the eye. The importance of protecting the eyes of workers through engineering controls and using personal protective equipment (PPE) such as safety glasses and goggles can’t be overstated. Completion of this course fulfills the training requirements of Eye protection, WAC Chapter 296-800-16025.
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- Complete Eye protection training kit
- Eye protection Presentation only
- Eye protection Instructor's Guide
Industrial forklifts have revolutionized the way in which businesses move large and heavy items from place to place. Forklifts are used in a variety of industries, such as construction, warehouses, recycling operations, dockyards and landfills. Completion of this course fulfills the training requirements of Forklifts, WAC Chapter 296-863.
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Formaldehyde is a colorless, strong-smelling gas used in making building materials and many household products. It is used in pressed-wood products, such as particleboard, plywood, and fiberboard; glues and adhesives; permanent-press fabrics; paper product coatings; and certain insulation materials. Completion of this course fulfills the training requirements of Formaldehyde, WAC Chapter 296-856.
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The workplace can create many hazards for hands, whether from chemicals, cuts or burns. This training will provide the knowledge to assess the risk for each task and select a glove that provides specialized protection for the appropriate industry. Completion of this course fulfills the training requirements of Hand protection, WAC Chapter 296-800-16025 and 296-800-16065.
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- Complete Hand protection training kit
- Hand protection Presentation only
- Hand protection Instructor's Guide
A hard hat is a type of helmet predominantly used in workplace environments such as industrial or construction sites to protect the head from injury due to falling objects, impact with other objects, debris, rain, and electric shock.
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For many industries, hearing protection is vital to ensuring employees’ safety and health. From earplugs to industrial earmuffs, this course is designed to choose the appropriate protection for the workplace condition. Completion of this course fulfills the training requirements of Hearing Loss Prevention (Noise), WAC Chapter 296-817.
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- Complete Hearing protection training kit
- Hearing protection Presentation only
- Hearing protection Instructor's Guide
Hexavalent chromium may be used as pigments in dyes, paints, inks, and plastics. It also may be used as an anticorrosive agent added to paints, primers, and other surface coatings, such as electroplate chromium onto metal parts to provide a decorative or protective coating. Adverse health effects from hexavalent chromium exposure include nasal and sinus cancers, kidney and liver damage, nasal and skin irritation and ulceration, eye irritation and damage. Completion of this course fulfills the training requirements of Hexavalent Chromium, WAC Chapter 296-62 Part 1-2.
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- Complete Hexavalent chromium training kit
- Hexavalent chromium Presentation only
- Hexavalent chromium Instructor's Guide
Late Night Retail Crime Prevention
This training is for anyone who works in retail business between the hours
of 11 PM and 6 AM such as:
- convenience stores,
- gas stations,
- cannabis retailers,
- grocery stores, and
- any other retail businesses serving customers, except restaurants, hotels, motels, or taverns
People who work in late night retail stores are at greater risk of robbery and other violent crimes than in other retail business. Risks of injury and death can be reduced with proper training and simple steps taken by store owners.
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- Complete Late Night Retail Crime Prevention training kit
- Late Night Retail Crime Prevention Presentation only
- Late Night Retail Crime Prevention Instructor's Guide
Lead in construction
Exposure to lead dust or fume may cause headache, nausea, vomiting, abdominal spasms, fatigue, sleep disturbances, weight loss, anemia, and pain in legs, arms, and joints. An intense, short-term exposure to lead could cause acute encephalopathy with seizures, coma, and death. Completion of this course fulfills the training requirements of Lead in Construction, WAC Chapter 296-155-176.
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- Complete Lead in construction training kit
- Lead in construction Presentation only
- Lead in construction Instructor's Guide
Hazardous energy in machinery and equipment includes moving parts, electricity, fluids and gases under pressure, gravity (falling objects), hot liquids and radiation. Hazardous energy can cause serious and even lethal injuries to workers if not controlled by using methods and procedures to lock out and tag machines and equipment during servicing, maintenance and repair. This training describes what lockout/tagout it is and how it is done properly to protect workers.
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- Complete Lockout/Tagout training kit
- Lockout/Tagout Presentation only
- Lockout/Tagout Instructor's Guide
Exposure to high levels of noise can cause permanent hearing loss. Neither surgery nor a hearing aid can help correct this type of hearing loss. Short term exposure to loud noise can also cause a temporary change in hearing, such as a stuffy feeling or a ringing in the ears (tinnitus). Completion of this course fulfills the training requirements of Hearing Loss Prevention (Noise), WAC Chapter 296-817.
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- Complete Noise audits training kit
- Noise audits Presentation only Module 1, Module 2, Module 3
- Noise audits Instructor's Guide
Respirators protect employees from areas with insufficient oxygen, harmful dusts, fogs, smokes, mists, gases, vapors and sprays. These hazards may cause cancer, lung impairment, other diseases or death. This course is designed to choose the appropriate respirator protection for the workplace condition. Completion of this course fulfills the training requirements of Respirators, WAC Chapter 296-842.
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- Complete Respiratory protection training kit
- Respiratory protection Presentation only Module 1, Module 2, Module 3
- Respiratory protection Instructor's Guide
Industrial silica is used in a variety of industries, the main ones being the glass, foundries, construction, ceramics, and the chemical industry. Completion of this course fulfills the training requirements of Respirable Crystalline Silica, WAC Chapter 296-840.