SafetySkills Course Questions

Do you or your learners want to know more about the questions that will be in a SafetySkills course? In this article we will outline each of the questions types that are in our courses and how to interact with the question. All SafetySkills courses are “competency based” training. This means that the learner must […]

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How to Access a Course Syllabus or Demo – Enterprise Edition

Each course that has been built by SafetySkills has had a course syllabus designed for that course. Each syllabus has been crafted by the SafetySkills content developers to outline the essential information about the course that you may need to have on hand. To access a course syllabus please go to the “Courses” tab in […]

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Adobe Flash Content has been Retired

Update about the SafetySkills course library – Adobe Flash content has been fully retired Adobe announced they will no longer be supporting Flash content as of December 31, 2020 and blocked any content from running in Flash on January 12, 2021. You can read more on Adobe’s blog here: End of Life for Adobe Flash. […]

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How to Assign and Take the SafetySkills Unregulated OSHA 10-hour Course

In addition to a partnership with the University of South Florida to offer OSHA regulated 10- and 30-hour courses, SafetySkills has developed its own unregulated OSHA 10-hour course. While the SafetySkills version of the course will cover the same material, it is considered an “unregulated” program. For more information on what regulated versus unregulated OSHA […]

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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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