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How to Choose OSHA 10- or 30-Hour Courses

How to Choose OSHA 10- or 30-Hour Courses

Should you take a 10-hour or 30-hour OSHA training course? Visit the ClickSafety blog to learn more about OSHA 10/30 training and the OSHA Outreach Training Program.

Written by ClickSafety, October 21, 2019
Understanding the Importance of Fall Protection

Understanding the Importance of Fall Protection

Each year falls account for a large number of workplace injuries and deaths. Visit ClickSafety online to learn more about the importance of fall protection and how you can help keep safe on the job.

Written by ClickSafety, September 24, 2019
Hazard Recognition

Hazard Recognition

A lack of recognition of hazardous conditions in the workplace is a major contributor to job-related injuries and illness. Visit the ClickSafety blog today to learn what to look for on the jobsite.

Written by ClickSafety, September 16, 2019
Confined Spaces in Construction

Confined Spaces in Construction

In the construction industry, confined spaces pose a host of threats to workers, such as suffocation, electrocution, brain damage and even death. To learn more about keeping your employees safe on the job site, visit the ClickSafety blog or contact us today.

Written by ClickSafety, August 6, 2019
Hazards of Lead on the Job Site

Hazards of Lead on the Job Site

Job site workers are at risk for overexposure to lead, which can cause dire health consequences such as infertility, organ damage and even death. For more information, contact ClickSafety today.

Written by ClickSafety, July 17, 2019
ClickSafety at 20: Where We’ve Been, Where We’re Going

ClickSafety at 20: Where We’ve Been, Where We’re Going

Our 20th Anniversary celebrates our past, present and future of providing industry-leading safety training for the construction industry and beyond. Visit the ClickSafety site today for more information on available online courses.

Written by ClickSafety, June 11, 2019
How to Protect Yourself from Respirable Crystalline Silica on the Job Site

How to Protect Yourself from Respirable Crystalline Silica on the Job Site

To avoid electrical injury in the workplace, your team needs to be aware of the equipment, procedures and training required to lower and eliminate risk. Visit the ClickSafety blog to learn about these tools to reduce exposure, including lockout/tagout, and other electrical safety best practices.

Written by ClickSafety, May 9, 2019
New! Plastic Cards for OSHA Courses

New! Plastic Cards for OSHA Courses

ClickSafety is now issuing new cards of completion for the OSHA-10 and OSHA-30 courses. Unlike the previous OSHA paper cards, these new cards are made of a more durable plastic and will hold up better to standard wear and tear.

Written by ClickSafety, February 8, 2019
3 Tips to Keep Safety Training a Priority

3 Tips to Keep Safety Training a Priority

We’ve compiled 3 quick tips to help keep safety training at the forefront of minds in your organization.

Written by ClickSafety, July 19, 2018
Five Tips to Beat the Heat

Five Tips to Beat the Heat

Learn about heat-related illness as well as preventative tips and online safety courses.

Written by ClickSafety, June 13, 2018

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