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It’s a fact of life – accidents happen. True as that statement may be, it’s equally true that many, if not most, accidents can be prevented. This training course will focus on various ways to prevent common accidents, as well as what to do if and when an accident does occur. From fire safety to preparing an effective emergency disaster plan, it’s best to be prepared for anything and everything. We will discuss a variety of topics, including basic first aid, safe lifting and fall prevention.
Losing someone we care about to an act of violence is heartbreaking, and it’s easy to think it could never happen to us. Unfortunately, recent current events continue to remind us that we are not immune to these types of tragedies.
This course is meant for all of us – employees and managers alike – because it’s always better to be prepared to respond to an active shooter situation. In this training course, you will learn about what to do in an active shooter situation, and how to prepare for an emergency, just in case. Remember, being aware, and as prepared as possible are the keys to helping protect ourselves, our employees, our customers, and our friends and loved ones.
Do you know what to do in an emergency if someone is injured? This course can benefit anyone by teaching you some effective first aid treatments that can be the difference between life and death in an emergency situation.
Foodborne Illness is a common health issue. The good news? It is very preventable! In this course, you will learn what foodborne illness is, how it is contracted and the ways you can prevent it. If you prepare or eat food, you can benefit from this training!
In today’s age, we are increasingly connected to the Internet and we use computers in our everyday lives and work. But the Internet is not completely safe from threats. In fact, attacks on our computers and accounts can happen any time, anywhere. That’s why it’s important to take security measures to protect your computer system, software, data, and personal information from cyberattacks.
When you sit down in the driver's seat of a car, you are taking your own life, as well as the life of others, into your hands. This course offers tips and techniques that will help you become a safe, responsible driver.
When you sit down in the driver's seat of a car, you are taking your own life, as well as the life of others, into your hands. This course offers tips and techniques that will help direct support professionals become safe, responsible drivers.
In this course, you will learn defensive driving techniques and best practices for on-the-road safety. We will discuss the most common types of driving hazards, including those caused by human error, what you can do to avoid an accident, and what you should do if you are involved in an accident.
*Note: This is the 30-minute version of our full-length Defensive Driving course.
What should you do in the case of a natural disaster? When is it necessary for you to evacuate the facility? The answers to these questions should be in the facility's Emergency Disaster Plan, and this course is a good start to learn what is expected during an emergency situation.
If you or someone you know uses an epinephrine auto-injector, commonly referred to as an EpiPen, you should be well-versed in how to use it in case of an emergency. This course will teach you how to use common brands of epinephrine auto-injectors, and help prepare you in the face of a severe allergic reaction.
The number of fatalities and burn injuries caused by fires has declined gradually over the past several decades, but the majority of those injuries could have been prevented. Fire safety training is very important and should be learned and practiced by everyone.
Fire safety and prevention is important and should be practiced by everyone. This course covers the special considerations of direct support professionals who work with individuals who are developmentally or intellectually disabled.
Whether at work or at home, we use a variety of chemicals that may pose a hazard to our health and well-being. In fact, more than 30 million American workers are exposed to hazardous chemicals in the workplace Although not all chemicals are hazardous, our best protection against harm from hazardous chemicals is to understand the risks and be aware of the precautions available to minimize those risks. This training will provide you with a general overview of these topics as well as an understanding of the regulations that have been put in place to protect employers and employees.
The risk of exposure to germs and viruses is present whenever a group of people are gathered together in one place. If you're gathering around children, it may seem like the exposure is certain! This course teaches the basics of infection control and universal precautions for child care workers in Maryland.
You are exposed to infection and bacteria on a daily basis. It's important to know what to do when you are exposed to especially harmful bacteria and pathogens. This course covers the basics of infection control and universal precautions.
Each year, there are more than 10 million motor vehicle accidents across the United States. While some accidents are unavoidable, many of them are. This aim of this course is to acclimate learners with the rules of the road, avoid dangerous driving situations, recognize road signs & signals, and reduce the likelihood of a vehicle crash.
MRSA is an extremely dangerous and potentially fatal infection that is resistant to most antibiotics. This course teaches you important details about the appearance, transmission and avoidance of Methicilin-resistent Staphylococcus-aureus.
Back injuries can seriously affect a person's quality of life. This course teaches safe and proper lifting techniques to practice every day.
Back injuries can seriously affect a person's quality of life. As a direct support professional, you may be responsible for lifting and moving objects and people. This course teaches safe and proper lifting techniques that direct support professionals should practice every day.
Direct support professionals need to do everything they can to reduce the risk factors that lead to a slip, trip or fall accident by individuals with developmental disabilities. This course teaches DSPs the risk factors specific to the ID/DD community and provides information on how to reduce the incidence of falls.
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