On this page you will find a brief description of the training modules contained within the RLS Safety Training Software. Each lesson in our system allows trainees to move through the information at their own pace, gives them a test to ensure that they understand the key information covered, prints the test documentation for personnel records and maintains all records in a database. RLS Safety Training Software utilizes simplified graphics and text combined with a straight forward, common sense approach to training. This method allows employees to grasp more information and retain the data.
Required annual training for all employees. This program explains to employees their rights concerning access to their medical and exposure records as required by OSHA_. This training goes hand-in-hand with Right-to Know (Hazard Communication) training. All employees covered by OSHA need this training. Approximate training time - 20 minutes.
This training covers the proper goals, protocol and key elements of how to investigate safety incidents and accidents in the workplace. Approximate training time - 20 minutes.
Training for employees working in facilities constructed prior to 1980 that have not been certified as asbestos free. If not cleared, training is required for certain classes of employees like custodians and maintenance workers. This is general awareness training in the hazards of asbestos. Approximate training time -15 minutes.
Back injuries are responsible for roughly 30% of on-the-job injuries each year. This course will help employees understand the basic anatomy and function of the back as well as introduce them to back injury prevention techniques. Approximate training time -15 minutes.
Required training for health-care workers and those in general industry like nurses, janitors, emergency responders or others that could be exposed to blood or bodily fluids. It is used to educate employees about AIDS and Hepatitis, how they are transmitted, and preventive measures to take when exposed to blood and other body fluids. Approximate training time - 25 minutes.
Clostridium difficile is a bacterium that causes diarrhea and more serious intestinal conditions such as colitis. This training is takendirectly from CDC documents designed to inform healthcare workers about the dangers of this disease and the preventative measures necessary to protect their health and the health of their patients. Approximate training time -15 minutes.
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has addressed the problems associated with working with Chromium (VI) also known as Hexavalent Chromium in 29 CFR 1910.1026. This program seeks to raise employee awareness of the dangers and the steps to be taken to work safely with Chromium (V1). Approximate training time - 25 minutes
Required annual training for those who may encounter confined spaces. This is a general awareness level program. Describes confined spaces and requirements before entering a confined space. Approximate training time - 30 minutes.
Designed for use by facilities to help ensure that outside contractors brought on site have had basic safety awareness training. Tests and records information on the employee and the company for which they work. Approximate training time – 25 minutes.
This training module discusses inspection procedures for cranes, slings and hooks. It discusses safe operating protocols as well as appropriate types of slings based on use, wear and environmental conditions. Good program for everyone associated with the crane-operations, signalmen, load hookers, etc. Approximate training time - 20 minutes.
In this section, employees and supervisors will learn about some of the specific drugs of abuse including signs of abuse, symptoms and health risks. Takes about 35 minutes.
At the end of the training, employees should be familiar with the Drug-Free Workplace Policy and aware of the dangers of alcohol and drug abuse. Takes about 30 minutes.
Upon completion of this module, supervisors should be familiar with the Drug-Free Workplace Policy and understand a crisis situation. Takes about 30 minutes.
Required as annual training by OSHA under the NFPA 70E regulations. Trains non electrical workers on how electricity works, and its hazards. Takes about 20 minutes
Your emergency plan must be reviewed with your employees annually, or whenever you make a change to your plan. This program trains those who are responsible for the emergency plan in meeting OSHA requirement for an emergency plan. There are surveys to indicate whether or not your plan will work. Takes about 35 minutes
A general awareness level training program designed for workers who will be exposed to hazards associated with working in and around excavations. The program explains the hazards of excavation work as well as the safety measures and devices necessary to ensure the safety of workers. The course also points out some of the responsibilities of a “competent person.” Approximate training time - 25 minutes.
Training instructs employees in the various types of injuries related to improper work environments. Included in this program is a physical assessment survey that will help to identify ergonomic problems in the workplace. Approximate training time - 25 minutes.
A general awareness level training program to reveal to workers the working conditions that prompt the need for fall protection and the options that are available to protect workers from falls. Approximate training time - 25 minutes.
Required as annual training for those who could be required to use an extinguisher. Training covers the classes of fires and the appropriate extinguisher to use with each class. Demonstrates the use of a fire extinguisher using the PASS acronym. Approximate training time - 10 minutes.
This presentation is designed to help employees deal safely with flammable and combustible liquids and emphasizes hazard identification, avoidance, and control. Approximate training time - 25 minutes.
A good common sense program to renew interest in hand safety. Anecdotal evidence designed to enhance employee awareness of their responsibility to protect their hands. Approximate training time - 15 minutes.
Hand tool safety covers safety issues dealing with basic hand tools and power tools. The program establishes responsibilities and accountabilities for safe hand tool usage. Approximate training time - 20 minutes.
Required training for all employees. A program to introduce employees and employers to the UN Global Harmonization System and its relationship to the new requirements of the 2012 Hazard Communication Standard adopted as of March 2012. Approximate training time - 15 minutes.
Required training for all employees. This program will provide information on the hazard classifications that the Hazard Communication relies on to inform workers of the dangers presented by chemicals they may be exposed to their workplace. OSHA has introduced several new hazard classifications in the 2012 Hazard Communication Standard and it is imperative that workers are aware of the hazards presented by each classification. Approximate training time - 35 minutes.
Required training for all employees. This program provides information on the new labeling requirements that will be appearing in the workplace which conform to the UN Global Harmonization System and the Hazard Communication 2012 guidelines. Approximate training time - 30 minutes.
Required training for all employees. This program provides information on the new Safety Data Sheet requirements that will be appearing in the workplace which conform to the UN Global Harmonization System and the Hazard Communication 2012 guidelines. Approximate training time - 25 minutes.
Required as annual training for those working in hearing protection areas. Trains in the hazards of loud noises, decibel range, hearing protection, and audiogram requirements. Approximate training time - 15 minutes.
Required annual training for employees working in hot environments. This training covers the need for getting acclimated to heat, types of heat related illnesses, and precautions to take to avoid heat related health issues. Approximate training time - 25 minutes.
A timely topic for today’s environment. General awareness level training for industry. There are 10 questions with 3 learning situations within the presentation. Approximate training time - 35 minutes.
The goal of this training is to help equip you with information you need to perform your job safely. This training should help you identify the major safety and health hazards associated with “Hot Work”, properly select appropriate PPE for welding, cutting, and brazing and follow procedures designed to prevent or control fires. Approximate training time - 25 minutes.
This training emphasizes the reasons why Housekeeping is so important to safety in any workplace. At the end of the program individuals should understand that Housekeeping is everyone's responsibility. Approximate training time - 10 minutes.
Required annual training for employees working in laboratories. There are two modules in this program. One deals with the requirements to the standard, the other deals with the chemical hygiene plan. The training covers the requirement of employers to have a chemical hygiene plan, labeling and disposal of chemicals, and safety precautions to take in laboratory environments. Approximate training time - 40 minutes.
Lead overexposure is one of the most common overexposures found in industry and is a leading cause of workplace illness. The Lead Standard, 29 CFR 1910.1025 is the OSHA Standard that specifically deals with Lead in the industrial setting This program seeks to raise employee awareness of the dangers and the steps to be taken to work safely with Lead. Approximate training time -20 minutes.
Required training for lift truck operators. Trains in all aspects of lift truck operation including pre-start check, pre-operation check, refueling, loading, unloading, traveling loaded, and many other aspects of lift truck operation. The program also automatically prints a skill demonstration checklist for the person who certifies the operator’s competency. Approximate training time - 30 minutes.
Required annual training for all “authorized”, “affected” or “other” employees. Training covers the reasoning behind lockout, who places and removes locks, as well as the limitations of Tagout . Approximate training time - 25 minutes.
Required annual training for all employees. OSHA upgraded this rule in late 1994 to make it more specific. Our program includes the modification to the rule. Trains in the various types of PPE and requirements for wearing PPE. Takes about 20 minutes.
This is a program that the EPA requires. EPA requires a certain number of hours of training depending on the employee’s position. This program covers all the basics of the training requirements. It takes about 30 to 40 minutes.
Required annual training for employees who wear respirators. A fairly comprehensive program that instructs in the reasons for wearing respirators, the requirements for wearing respirators, and other important factors in respiratory protection. Highlights employee and employer responsibilities and the need for a comprehensive respirator program. Automatically prints a "Skill Requirement for Respirator" form that delineates the additional steps that need to be taken prior to being qualified to wear a respirator. Approximate training time - 40 minutes.
This training lays out the framework for effective “Spot” and “Formal” safety observations. Training discusses team makeup as well as the purpose for building a culture that supports and is a part of this very important safety activity. The module also has nine printable Audit Checklists for various types of safety Audits across the facility such as audit checklists for Machine Hazards, Electrical Hazards, Chemical Safety, Compressed Gas, etc. Approximate training time – 10 minutes.
A basic program about general safety requirements. Especially designed for new employees. Discusses horseplay, alarms, and responsibility for using tools, operating equipment, and many other topics. Approximate training time - 20 minutes.
A general awareness level training program designed for workers who will be exposed to hazards associated with working in and around scaffolding. Also covers some of the duties of a competent person. Takes about 25 minutes
Training discusses "What Sexual Harassment Is" and "How to Report and How to Prevent". Generalized discussion that points out that no one wins in the case of harassment, and everyone has a responsibility to foster a harassment free workplace. Approximate training time – 15 minutes
General Awareness training covering the dangers posed by Silica in the workplace and the changes made by OSHA in the 2017 Crystalline Silica Standard. Approximate training time - 25 minutes
UPDATED NEW REQUIREMENTS IN 2017. A good general awareness level program to review how falls happen and the seriousness of fall injuries. This training reflects major changes by OSHA which became effective in 2017. Approximate training time - 20 minutes
This is an EPA requirement for employees working in facilities where an SWPP plan is required. Basic training about exposing rain water to industrial chemicals. Takes about 10 minutes.
This program is directed mostly toward health care workers since a majority of violent acts in workplaces occur to health care and social workers. It explains OSHA’s 4 step plan, how to improve security, work practices, engineering controls, and other aspects of workplace violence and emergencies to reduce the cause and effects of violence. This lesson should be used in conjunction with the Emergency Planning program included in the basic RLS system. Approximate training time – 35 minutes.