Corporate & Continuing Education's safety courses will provide the information needed to operate safely and healthily in the workplace. Reduce the risk of potential hazards and be prepared to respond in the event of threats to safety.
Recognizing and Diffusing Aggressive Behavior
This program covers basic dos and don'ts for dealing with aggressive behavior and the minimum expectations of OSHA in preventing violence in the workplace.
Safety and Health for Custodial/Maintenance Personnel
Participants will learn ladder safety, hazardous chemical awareness, basic electrical safety, fire prevention and slip, trip, and fall safety.
Street Safety for Traveling Employees
This program teaches traveling staff to recognize key indicators that they are at risk and how they can prevent becoming a victim.
This interactive training session on machinery and machine safeguarding covers these areas: hazard recognition, methods of control, and OSHA standards. It will help employees recognize, manage and control the potential hazards of machinery in the workplace.
OSHA Machinery and Machine Safeguarding
Participants in this workshop will learn about machine safeguarding to avoid workplace injuries and costly citations. The training will focus on these areas: hazard recognition, mechanical operation, administrative controls, and OSHA standards.
Process Safety Management
This workshop is designed to educate employees who have responsibilities for handling highly hazardous chemicals that fall within the quantities described in CFR 1910.119. The class will include an in-depth OSHA regulation overview that covers the elements, required documentation and actions to be within compliance.
Electrical Safety -- OSHA & NFPA
This training session identifies the primary hazards associated with electrical work. Common hazards found at the work site will be discussed and participants will learn how to correct, eliminate or control those hazards.
OSHA 10-Hour Certification Training
This course will introduce participants to OSHA's general industry standards. Participants will learn how to apply specific OSHA safety and health standards, policies, and procedures to their workplace, use the OSHA regulations to establish or supplement an effective safety and health program, identify common OSHA violations and propose appropriate corrective actions.
12-Hour OSHA Accident Investigation/Analysis
This interactive, participant-centered training is focused on the primary reasons for conducting an investigation/analysis. Participants will discuss employer responsibilities, how to conduct the six-step procedure to determine the root of a problem, accident trends, and cost-benefit analysis in worker's compensation.
OSHA's Knocking...Are You Ready?
This seminar educates Illinois businesses and manufacturers on general OSHA requirements and to take advantage of the free, Non-enforcement Site Consultation Program Services.
OSHA Safety Overview for Supervisors and Managers
This class is designed to increase OSHA Safety Standard awareness. Topics include General Industry Regulations, most cited OSHA regulations and recent OSHA fines.
OSHA 300 Log Record Keeping
This workshop is designed for all employers covered by federal Occupational Safety and health Administration regulations with responsibilities for recording and reporting occupational injuries and illnesses in the workplace. Topics include making provisions, new standards, and correctly completing the OSHA log.
OSHA Accident Investigation/Analysis
This interactive session offers the opportunity to learn the primary reasons for conducting an investigation/analysis, the responsibilities of the employer, and how to conduct the six-step procedure to determine the root cause. This session will cover accident trends, workers compensation, premiums and cost-benefit analysis.
OSHA Chemical Safety/Hazard Communications
Participants will learn how to identify, explain and use chemicals and develop a written communication program, material safety data sheets, labeling and employee information and training.
Blood Borne Pathogens/Hazardous Communications
This program will review the OSHA requirements and discuss the elements of an exposure control plan. A model plan--to compare with an organization's current plan--will be provided and discussed.
This course ha been designed and sponsored by the Illinois Terrorism Task Force as a critical component of the Illinois Homeland Security Training Strategy. It is based on the principles of the Incident Management System and intended to meet the requirements of Homeland Security Presidential Directives.
NIMS/Unified Command: 8 Hours
The NIMS/Unified Command Course has been developed, sponsored, and funded by the Illinois Task Force as a critical component of the Illinois Terrorism Task Force as a critical component of the Illinois Terrorism Task Force as a critical component of the Illinois Homeland Security Training Strategy. This course meets the requirements of Homeland Security Presidential Directives (HSPD) 5, 7, and 8.
Homeland Security Terrorism Prevention Certificate Course for Law Enforcement Professionals (PER 280), a DHS Certified Course
Participants will engage in an exercise to detect and prevent a terrorist attack. The course will cover collaboration, information sharing, recognizing threats, managing risks, and deciding to intervene.