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This course is designed to help employees learn about the difficult, yet important, issue of diversity and discrimination in the workplace. There are discrimination laws all employees must know, but this course also educates on what it means to embrace diversity, and the benefits we all gain, personally and professionally. This course covers the following topics: Introduction It’s Your Job Every Workplace is Diverse Your Responsibilities Diversity in the Workplace What is Diversity What Does Diversity Mean Similarities & Differences Diversity Means Complexity Benefits and Challenges of Diversity Diversity is Currency A Culture of Inclusion Discrimination What is Discrimination The EEOC Harassment Types of Discrimination & How it Happens Determining a Hostile Environment Workplace Banter Employment Actions Protected Classes Adverse actions Protected Class How the Laws Apply Federal & State Provisions The EEOC & the State FMLA – Family and Medical Leave Act Military Leave Labor Relations & Practices Read More

This course is designed to help supervisors learn about the difficult, yet important, issue of diversity and discrimination in the workplace. Supervisors must understand discrimination laws and actively promote diversity if they want employees to be respectful of one another and to maximize their potential. This course covers the following topics: Introduction It’s Your Job Every Workplace is Diverse Diversity in the Workplace What is Diversity What does Diversity Mean Benefits and Challenges of Diversity A Culture of Inclusion Discrimination Employer Liability What is Discrimination The EEOC Harassment Types of Discrimination Adverse Actions Protected Class How the Laws Apply Federal & State Provisions The EEOC & the State Reasonable Accommodations Labor Relations & Practices Whistleblower Laws State Protections Business Necessity Read More

Giving employee feedback can be hard—and sometimes a little scary. Yet the benefits to giving feedback are abundant: improved engagement, self-awareness, motivation and performance.  In this course, you’ll first learn how to prepare for and effectively conduct a feedback meeting. You’ll then discover what to do when an employee reacts poorly and how to respond to other common negative reactions to feedback.  Read More

This course teaches employees when and how to use fire extinguishers. It covers regulations 29 CFR 1910.157 (Portable Fire Extinguishers). It also helps employees assess the situation and decide the best course of action (evacuate and report the fire or try to put out the fire using a fire extinguisher) to keep themselves and those around them safe. Topics include: Classifications and Types Classes of Fire (A, B, C, D, K, ABC/BC) Fire Extinguisher Parts (operating lever/button, locking pin, carrying handle, pressure indicator gauge, hose, cylinder, label, nozzle/discharge horn) Using a Fire Extinguisher Precautions (call fire department, evacuate building, fire is confined, source is known, safe exit, right type of extinguisher, trained in using it) PASS Technique (pull, aim, squeeze, sweep) Read More

Este curso les enseña a los empleados cuándo y cómo usar los extintores de incendios. Cubre las regulaciones 29 CFR 1910.157 (Extintores portátiles de incendios). También ayuda a los empleados a evaluar la situación y decidir el mejor curso de acción (evacuar y reportar el incendio o tratar de apagar el fuego con un extintor de incendios) para mantenerse a sí mismos y a quienes los rodean a salvo. Los temas incluyen: Clasificaciones y tipos Clases de fuego (A, B, C, D, K, ABC / BC) Piezas del extintor de incendios (palanca / botón de operación, pasador de bloqueo, asa de transporte, manómetro indicador de presión, manguera, cilindro, etiqueta, boquilla / bocina de descarga) Usar un extintor de incendios Precauciones (llamar al departamento de bomberos, evacuar el edificio, el fuego está confinado, se conoce la fuente, salida segura, tipo correcto de extintor, capacitado para usarlo) Técnica PASS (tirar, apuntar, apretar, barrer) Read More

First Aid Basics is designed to help learners respond appropriately to first aid and emergency situations that may arise at work, home, and around the community. This course is intended to teach basic first aid only; it is not a substitute for full first aid training and certification or CPR training and certification. Outline: Someone Needs Help Introduction Two Critical Steps Bystanders When at Work Your Role The Person is Unconscious What is Unconsciousness Four Steps for Unconsciousness Priorities The Person is Conscious – 12 First Aid Emergencies Allergies / Anaphylaxis Bleeding Broken Bone Burns Choking Diabetic Emergency Head Injury / Concussion Heart Attack Seizures Shock Strains / Sprains Stroke Communication Review A Victim's Distress Communicate with 911 and EMS Read More

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