General Industry Manager & Supervisor Training Safety Pack

    General Industry Manager & Supervisor Training Safety Pack

    Safety Pack Overview

    This advanced safety pack is aimed at Managers and Supervisors working in the General Industry sector, including those in Manufacturing, Warehousing and Distribution and Property Management. This General Industry Manager & Supervisor Training Safety Pack provides over 3-hours of safety training to help you ensure workplace safety by understanding the importance of a developing a safety culture, recognizing the signs of employee drug or alcohol abuse that may impact your workplace and developing a plan on how to respond in the case of a workplace emergency.

    The 3 online safety courses in this GI Manager & Supervisor Training Safety Pack are:

    • Leading Cultural Change (1-Hour)
    • Alcohol and Substance Abuse for Supervisors (1-Hour, 15-Min)
    • Exit Routes, Emergency Action & Fire Prevention Plans (1-Hour)

    Intended Audience

    This advanced level online safety pack is applicable for all Supervisors and Managers working in General Industry sectors, especially those in the following industries:

    • Manufacturing
    • Warehousing and Distribution
    • Property Management

    Learning Objectives by Course


    Leading Cultural Change - Earn 0.1 CEU!

    This Award-winning intermediate Leading Cultural Change online safety course addresses the importance of changing the safety culture. Discussions include past and current safety performance, cultural challenges and protecting yourself through personal responsibility to change the current culture. We will also outline the roles of both the workforce and management in improving the current culture within your company.

    The safety topics covered in this online course include the current culture of safety, the acts and conditions that lead to injuries, the "General Duty Clause" of the OSHA Act of 1970 and how you can take leadership in the effort to change your company's safety culture.

    Following this training the student should:

    • Understand Past & Current Safety Performance
    • Be able to Identify Cultural Challenges in the Construction Industry
    • Be able to Describe the Role of the Workforce in Improving the Current Culture
    • Understand how to Protect Yourself and Others from Serious Injury and Death through Personal Responsibility to change the Current Culture
    • Recognize the Role of Management in Improving the Current Culture

    Course Topics

    • History of Safety
    • Industry Safety Today
    • General Duty Clause
    • What Causes Injuries
    • Unsafe Conditions
    • Unsafe Acts
    • Changing the Culture
    • Safety Leadership Skills

    Alcohol and Substance Abuse for Supervisors

    This advanced Alcohol and Substance Abuse online safety course will help Supervisors and Managers understand the different substances that can influence behavior, warning signs to watch for and how to respond appropriately when confronted with an employee who might be abusing alcohol or controlled substances. This training course defines commonly abused substances and the consequences of drugged employees. This course can be used by onsite supervisors, as well as those in charge of setting up company policy, to learn the effects of alcohol and drugs on workplace safety.

    Course Topics

    • Definitions
    • Effects of Abuse
    • Trends
    • Alcohol
    • Drugs of Abuse
    • Hallucinogens
    • Stimulants
    • Depressants
    • Analgesics
    • Predatory Drugs
    • Common Indicators of Abuse
    • Policy, Procedures & Personnel
    • Drug Testing

    Exit Routes, Emergency Action & Fire Prevention Plans

    This intermediate Exit Routes, Emergency Action Plans (EAP) & Fire Prevention Plans (FPP) online safety course shows you that the best way to prevent emergencies is through planning and preventive measures. This course is based on regulations found in OSHA 29 CFR 1910, and covers requirements from design to exit route safety. You will walk through developing an Emergency Action Plan and using the evacuation planning matrix. This course also covers how to design a job site with emergencies in mind, prevent emergencies and create emergency action plans.

    Course Topics

    • Definitions and Coverage
    • Design and Construction
    • Safeguards for Exit Routes
    • Emergency Action Plans (EAP)
    • Fire Prevention Plans (FPP)
    • Portable Fire Extinguishers
    • Emergency Actions
    • Evacuation Planning Matrix
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