What is the Difference Between Regulated and Unregulated OSHA courses?

What is OSHA Outreach Training (OSHA 10 and OSHA 30)? The Department of Labor’s OSHA Outreach Training program offers a comprehensive overview of common environmental, health and safety topics. These include topics such as lockout/tagout, fall protection, personal protective equipment, and several more. The Outreach program offers 10- and 30-hour programs for Construction, General Industry, […]

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Can I take H2S Safety Online?

What is ANSI/ASSE? The American National Standards Institute (ANSI) is a private 501(c)3 non-profit institute dedicated to creating voluntary consensus standards and guidelines, which help guide businesses and other organizations in the best practices of their industries. The American Society of Safety Professionals (ASSP, formerly the American Society of Safety Engineers, or ASSE) is a […]

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How Do You Keep SafetySkills Courses Up-to-Date?

SafetySkills is committed to providing accurate, quality content. Our courses undergo a vigorous quality control process before they are launched for the first time. Just because a course is finished, however, does not mean that our job is done. Federal and state regulations and industry best practices change frequently, and when they do, we are […]

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Will This Course Certify My Employees?

The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) requires that all workers be properly trained. For some job duties, OSHA requires employers to “certify” that an employee has been properly trained and evaluated. As a rule, OSHA is not in the business of certifying, accrediting or even approving trainers or training programs, whether they’re delivered in […]

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How To Sign Up For and Take American Red Cross Courses

SafetySkills, in partnership with Single Source Health & Safety, now offers the following courses in English: American Red Cross Basic Life Support for Healthcare Providers (BLS) American Red Cross CPR/AED – Adult American Red Cross CPR/AED – Adult, Child, and Infant American Red Cross CPR/AED/First Aid – Adult American Red Cross CPR/AED/First Aid – Adult, […]

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Continuing Education Credits (CEUs) and SafetySkills

SafetySkills offers its learners continuing education units, or CEUs, for completing a sufficient number of courseware titles. CEU values are displayed on course certificates upon course completion. What is a CEU? Many professional certifications require continuing education. Nurses, engineers, teachers, project management professionals, and many others must meet certain continuing education criteria to maintain certification. […]

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How To Sign Up for and Take Regulated OSHA 10/30 Courses

SafetySkills, in partnership with the University of South Florida, now offers the following courses in English: OSHA 10 Authorized General Industry OSHA 30 Authorized General Industry OSHA 10 Authorized Construction OSHA 30 Authorized Construction These courses are regulated, unlike the unregulated SafetySkills 10-hour OSHA course. For more information on regulated versus unregulated OSHA courses, please […]

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What differentiates SafetySkills courseware in the marketplace?

At SafetySkills, we believe that truly effective training must engage the learner. It should not be a “spectator sport,” where the learner absently toggles through a static slide presentation only to guess at the final exam. All SafetySkills® courses are replete with high-resolution, rich, dynamic media that not only demands attention, but also requires a […]

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What do you mean by “competency-based training?”

We believe it is not enough to demonstrate that an employee was provided training; but rather that they learned. Because of this, our courses contain a high-level of interactive complexity that does more than just engage the learner; these learner interactions can be tracked, allowing for the verification of a specified competency. Because every motion […]

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Are these OSHA-approved Certification Courses?

OSHA does not approve, certify, or endorse individual trainers or training programs, nor do they keep a list of training providers. It is ultimately the responsibility of the employer whose workers are to be trained, to determine if the training provider meets the OSHA requirements and qualifications. SafetySkills provides courses that are compliant with OSHA […]

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