Safety Training Modules

Who takes Safety Training?

These online safety training modules are designed by eComply® for managers and employees for industry specific training in compliance with OSHA regulations.

Automotive Lift Safety Awareness

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Types of automotive lifts
  • Risks and hazards associated with Automotive lifts
  • Operator qualifications and responsibilities
  • Inspection, maintenance, and repairs
  • Preparing to lift the vehicle
  • Lifting the vehicle
  • Lowering the vehicle

Back Injury Prevention

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Why back safety prevention is important
  • The potential hazards and contributing factors that can lead to a back injury
  • What you need to know before moving or handling materials
  • What precautions you should take when moving materials manually and how to lift safely

Bloodborne Pathogens Awareness

Key Learning Objectives:

  • The basics of Bloodborne Pathogens
  • Diseases Bloodborne Pathogens can carry
  • How Bloodborne Pathogens are transmitted
  • Potential exposure at work
  • How to prevent exposure

Drug and Alcohol Awareness

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Company drug and alcohol policy
  • substance abuse in the workplace
  • Prescription drugs
  • Common drug types and how they impact safe job performance
  • Marijuana in the workplace
  • alcohol in the workplace

Electrical Safety Awareness

Key Learning Objectives:

  • OSHA’s General Industry Electrical Standards 29 CFR 1919 Subpart S
  • Design safety standards for electrical systems
  • Safety-related work practices
  • Safety-related maintenance requirements
  • Safety requirements for special equipment

Fire Safety

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Identify fire hazards in the workplace
  • Describe conditions that could cause a fire
  • Know the different types of fire extinguishers, when and how to use them
  • Know when, and by whom fire extinguishers should be inspected
  • What to do in a fire emergency

First Aid 

Key Learning Objectives:

  • What is First Aid care?
  • Injury procedures
  • First Aid kit supplies
  • Assisting others and precautions
  • Emergency procedures
  • Treatment by injury

Front-End Loader

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Front-end loaders and their hazards
  • Operator qualifications
  • Operator responsibilities
  • Inspection, maintenance and repair
  • Safe operation

Hazard Communication
Your Right to Know

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Understand the goals and requirements of the Hazard Communication Standard (HCS)
  • Define chemical hazards covered by the HCS
  • Know the recent changes to the HCS and how they impact you
  • Know employer and employee responsibilities

Heat Stress Awareness

Key Learning Objectives:

  • What is heat stress?
  • What are the symptoms of heat stress?
  • What is the treatment of heat stress?
  • What are the personal and environmental risk factors of heat stress?
  • How to prevent heat stress?

Lockout – Tagout Awareness

Key Learning Objectives:

  • What is the purpose of lockout – tagout?
  • When is lockout – tagout required?
  • Who can perform lockout – tagout?
  • Identify the types of hazardous energy that require lockout – tagout
  • What are the steps for conducting lockout – tagout

Machine Guarding

Key Learning Objectives:

  • The main goals of OSHA’s machine guarding regulations
  • How to identify common machine hazards
  • Understanding common behaviors that cause most machine accidents
  • The main categories of machine guarding
  • Finally, whose responsibility is machine safety?

Personal Protective Equipment

Key Learning Objectives:

  • When is PPE necessary?
  • What PPE is necessary?
  • What are the limitations of PPE?
  • How to properly maintain PPE?
  • What is the useful life of PPE?

Servicing Single-Piece and
Multi-Piece Rim Wheels

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Hazards of working with large vehicle tires
  • Safe operating procedures for single-piece rim wheels
  • Safe operating procedures for multi-piece rim wheels
  • Servicing Equipment that must be supplied
  • Training required for employees working with rim wheels

Skid Steer

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Components involved in the operation of a skid loader
  • How to properly conduct a pre-operational inspection
  • How to safely operate a skid loader
  • The hazards associated with unsafe operation
  • What to do in case of an emergency situation
  • How to become a safe, and qualified skid load operator

Slips, Trips, and Falls Safety Awareness

Key Learning Objectives:

  • What are slips, trips, and falls?
  • Why do they happen?
  • Identify contributing factors
  • How to prevent slips, trips, and falls
  • Why prevention is important

Wheel Chock Use

Key Learning Objectives:

  • Why we require wheel chocks
  • When are wheel chocks required
  • Alternate measures for preventing movement of semi-trailers
  • Other considerations when loading or unloading semi-trailers
  • Railcar immobilization