Since 1939, AIHA has provided world-class conferences, expositions, and education to help you stay current in the field of industrial hygiene, broaden your expertise and, most importantly, protect worker health. Here are some of our upcoming events!
AVO Training Institute celebrates 50 years of keeping people safe from the dangers of electrical hazards. From equipment application and maintenance procedures to safe work practices, arc flash hazard analysis and engineering services; AVO is the complete one-stop learning center. In addition to classroom lecture our difference is our hands-on approach to training. Students are required to perform tasks in equipment labs supervised by the most talented electrical instructors in the industry.
The Competent Person training enables the attendee to be responsible for the immediate supervision, implementation and monitoring of a managed fall protection program. Upon completion of this course, you will receive a certificate acknowledging you have met or exceeded OSHA and ANSI requirements as a Competent Person and Competent Inspector.
If your company isn’t ready or doesn’t need a complete learning management system to assign out training courses individually, CLMI has the next best solution!ClixStream provides trainers with your personal company library of over 250 of CLMI’s best safety & HR programs accessible through the internet. Unlike DVDs, which can often become outdated or which are shipped from location to location, the ClixStream library gives your trainers fingertip access to this comprehensive library. This library stays up-to-date by adding new programs related to all the latest OSHA topics.
ClickSafety is the leader in online training solutions for the construction and general industries, having delivered interactive safety and health training solutions to more than 10,000 organizations since 1999. As the first OSHA-authorized Outreach Provider to offer both the OSHA 10- and 30-Hour courses online, ClickSafety provides the required knowledge to achieve worker safety and regulatory compliance with over 300 courses, 50 in Spanish, custom courses, custom online universities, job site specific training and injury and illness prevention programs.
CORE 1 onsite trainers find ways of engaging students in the learning process. Utilizing traditional proven methods people process information that usually include visual, auditory, and kinesthetic processes. People tend to rely on one of these more than the other. Visual people tend to memorize and learn seeing the big picture. Auditory people learn by listening to the big picture.
At DuPont Sustainable Solutions, our goal is to help you achieve sustainable growth through an integrated approach that links people, processes and technology and is driven by strong leadership. This integrated approach links collaboration, innovation, people and technology.
Findlay All Hazards is one of North America's leading Environmental, Health, Safety, and Security training centers and has been serving the EHS community for thirty years.By recruiting top-flight experts and building one of the most advanced EHS training centers in North America, we’ve established our ability to train private and public sector clients from a comprehensive "all hazards" perspective. The all hazards approach teaches not just technical analysis, procedures and equipment, but also threat assessment, response management, and multi-agency coordination.
A world leader in emergency care and safety training, HSI offers easy-to-use, dynamic instruction to communities, businesses, government agencies, and EMS and fire professionals powered by our family of brands and technology platform. We work to provide training that builds the confidence to respond and helps you stay in compliance.READ MORE
IndustrySafe Safety Management Software provides a practical and convenient tool for managers looking to achieve safety and training compliance. Serving as a centralized source for safety and learning management, IndustrySafe is the top software for organizations seeking to manage training, incidents, hazards, inspections, observations, corrective actions, and much more.
J. J. Keller’s unique blend of regulatory expertise and top-quality training helps customers prevent workplace accidents, lower workers’ comp costs, control insurance premiums, limit violations, and increase profitability.
The company’s subject-matter knowledge spans nearly 1,500 topics and its diverse solutions range from consulting and training to forms, supplies, publications, online tools, managed services and more. J. J. Keller’s 1,300+ associates serve over 420,000 customers — including more than 90% of the Fortune 1000.
SafeStart provides practical training to help workers avoid injuries caused by human factors that are involved in the majority of incidents and injuries. States like rushing, frustration, fatigue and complacency lead to unintentional, risk-increasing errors like workers get distracted and then slipping or tripping as a result. SafeStart addresses these common causes of injuries in a format that’s been applied in every major industry over the last 15 years.The SafeStart instructor-led course provides specific critical error reduction techniques and decision improvement strategies that participants can use to reduce their risk of injury in any situation—at work, at home or on the road.
When I look at the landscape of health and safety today in the United States and globally, it reminds me of a Henry Ford quote I heard long ago: “If you always do what you’ve always done, you’ll always get what you’ve always got.” How do we create a sense of urgency with leaders to take on the responsibility of prevention when their thoughts are driven by the financial burden of the health and well-being of their workers?
You’re a safety professional. You’ve got a workforce of exactly 423 people, working at 6 different industrial sites, and speaking different languages. Your problem?
You have no idea how each one of those employees is supposed to receive safety training that’s now required. What are you supposed to do for the personnel who need several different courses? How do you accommodate the Spanish speakers? And how much is it going to cost you to bring traditional, classroom style safety training from site to site?