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Environmental, Health & Safety

Course Library

A complete library for all of your environmental, health, and safety training needs.

Your employees can learn how to work safely with the help of Environmental, Health & Safety online training from OverNite Software. Our Environmental, Health & Safety series provides comprehensive courses designed to promote safe work practices and to help satisfy regulations from various agencies including OSHA, DOT, and EPA. The complete list of courses and a brief description of each is included. All courses are enhanced with professional graphics, animations, and narration, as well as test questions and activities to ensure learning.

Delivering these courses via ExxTend Learning™, OSI’s learning management system (LMS), makes employee training seamless. Our LMS allows you to customize learning experiences by personalizing curricula, adjusting testing parameters, and creating online training courses with site-specific content and graphics.

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Environmental, Health & Safety Course Descriptions

001 Introduction to OSHA: Worker Rights

Introduction to OSHA: Worker Rights discusses the mission of the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to create a safe workplace through appropriate training.It discusses worker rights in the workplace and lists safety and health resources for employees. (60 min)

002 Introduction to OSHA: Employer Responsibilities

Introduction to OSHA: Employer Responsibilities discusses employer responsibilities under the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) to provide a healthy and safe workplace.It also discusses OSHA workplace standards, injury/illness reporting, whistleblower protection, and OSHA inspections and violations. (60 min)

100 Anthrax Awareness

Anthrax Awareness covers several CDC-recommended training aspects about the anthrax bacteria and the disease, including ways it is transmitted and its signs and symptoms.The course also covers OSHA-recommended workplace prevention, stating ways employers and workers can reduce their risk for potential exposure. In addition, this course discusses anthrax dispersal and recognition as a biological agent, as well as emergency planning and response measures geared toward the average worker who may receive an anthrax threat. (40 min)

101 Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS)

Severe Acute Respiratory Syndrome (SARS) Awareness examines the history and epidemiology of SARS and lists precautions to be taken by professionals who are at greatest risk for contracting the disease. (50 min)

102 Pandemic Awareness

Pandemic Awareness defines what a pandemic is and how pandemic diseases, specifically influenza, spread.This course covers how to recognize and prevent disease outbreaks and lists common precautions that all can take to reduce the spread of disease-carrying germs. Because preparedness is a key to pandemic disaster prevention, this course covers how everyone, especially employers, can prepare for local pandemic outbreaks. (30 min)


103 Coronavirus Awareness (COVID-19)

Coronavirus Awareness (COVID-19) describes the 2019 Novel Coronavirus (COVID-19), including routes of transmission, symptoms, and testing and monitoring of the disease. The course also covers how to prevent exposures in the workplace and community and lists what the U.S. CDC is doing to manage the COVID-19 global outbreak. (15 min)

331 Heat Stress

Heat Stress discusses signs and symptoms of heat stress and first aid cooling techniques for specific heat illnesses.It also covers basic ways workers can protect themselves in hot environments, including wearing protective gear, acclimating to the heat, monitoring fluid loss, and reducing exposure. (30 min)

333 Basics of Electrical Safety

Basics of Electrical Safety is for employees who work with any type of electrically powered equipment or near electrical installations.It discusses fundamentals such as electrical shock, electric arc flash, related injuries, and factors contributing to severity. It also discusses how to recognize and control or eliminate nine common workplace electrical hazards. (35 min)

334 Electrical Installations: Lockout/Tagout

Electrical Installations: Lockout/Tagout is for anyone who works on, near, or with electrical conductors or equipment.It discusses the special requirements for lockout/tagout (LOTO) control of electrical equipment with emphasis on electrical safe work practices and the importance of locks. It also discusses the basic electrical LOTO process, including deenergizing equipment, applying locks and tags, verifying that the equipment is deenergized, and reenergizing after the work is complete. (20 min)

335 Electrical Installations: Energized Parts

Electrical Installations: Energized Parts is for any employee who performs work on or near exposed energized parts or equipment.It addresses who may perform the electrical work and what clothing and PPE is appropriate. It also addresses shock and flash protection boundaries and what they mean. Additional topics such as illumination, confined spaces, ladders, conductive objects, housekeeping, interlocks, and common alerting methods are also included. (30 min)

336 Electrical Safety: Flexible Cord Equipment

Electrical Safety: Flexible Cord Equipment is for all employees who use cord-and-plug equipment (including power tools) and their supervisors.It addresses how to handle and inspect cord-and-plug equipment, and the importance of repairing defective equipment before use. In addition, it explains how to select a properly sized extension cord, and what to do if an overload occurs. It also discusses the hazards to avoid when working in a conductive environment. (25 min)

337 Electrical Installations: Training and PPE

Electrical Installations: Training and PPE is for any employee who works on or near exposed, energized electrical parts at 50 volts or more and their supervision.It discusses OSHA’s requirements for training and electrical PPE. This course also describes the fundamentals in NFPA 70E concerning electrical PPE selection and use. (35 min)

353 Field Hazard Recognition

Field Hazard Recognition is for employees and their supervisors that work in field, industrial, or other non-office environments.It discusses the importance of hazard recognition skills to effective job safety analysis as well as personal safety. It discusses when to use hazard recognition skills, common sources of hazards, and resources to help you with hazard recognition. It also discusses the four types of hazards, control methods, and assessment techniques as well as information to include when reporting a hazard. (40 min)

354 Forklift Operation and Safety

Forklift Operation and Safety discusses the features and safety factors that are intrinsic to the design, load handling, and operation of forklifts.It also emphasizes ways operators can prevent forklift tipovers and collisions. (60 min)

355 Medical Surveillance, Screening, and Records

Medical Surveillance, Screening, and Records discusses the importance of surveillance as it affects overall occupational health.It discusses how employees’ health in the workplace is monitored and how companies collect and report employee medical data in order to create a safer workplace. (35 min)

356 Office Hazard Recognition and Response

Office Hazard Recognition and Response examines common office hazards, injury prevention, emergency preparedness and response, personal security, cyber security, terrorism preparedness and response, information theft, and workplace violence. (75 min)

801 Back Safety

Back Safety summarizes the anatomy of the back and the signs and symptoms of back injury.It also teaches workers to recognize workplace hazards that cause back injury and to reduce injury risks by managing heavy physical workloads, learning the mechanics of lifting, applying proper lifting techniques, building core body strength, and eliminating or minimizing hazards through workplace controls when possible. (25 min)

802 Ergonomics

Ergonomics discusses the basic ergonomic principles and risk assessment methods that apply to any workplace.It also covers different types of ergonomic injuries and prevention methods, including proper body mechanics and ergonomic controls, adjustments, and equipment. (50 min)

803 Wastewater Treatment: Activated Sludge

Wastewater Treatment: Activated Sludge describes the role of the activated sludge unit in a wastewater treatment facility, how it operates (including how to recognize and keep the sludge healthy), and how to troubleshoot the most common operating problems. (45 min)

804 DOT Hazardous Materials: Hazardous Materials Table

DOT Hazardous Materials: Hazardous Materials Table introduces the Hazardous Materials Regulations.It explains the responsibilities of shippers and carriers and explains who should be trained. It describes in detail the use of the Hazardous Materials Table, which is a critical technical reference for compliance with the HMR, including how to identify a hazardous material, interpret the symbols that indicate special instructions, determine what packaging is authorized and what labeling is required, and recognize any special requirements or restrictions based on the mode of transportation. (45 min)

805 DOT Hazardous Materials: Shipping Papers

DOT Hazardous Materials: Shipping Papers discusses why shipping papers are important and what information is required on them, including the required order for the information in the basic shipping description.It explains where an employee can go to get the needed information. It also discusses additional mandatory information that must be included on the shipping papers for some materials. The Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest is also discussed as a specialized form of shipping paper for hazardous wastes. (30 min)

806 DOT Hazardous Materials: Marking

DOT Hazardous Materials: Marking discusses the required markings on hazardous material packaging for both bulk and non-bulk shipments and markings that are prohibited from use.The format and placement of each marking is discussed along with acceptable alternatives. (45 min)

807 DOT Hazardous Materials: Labeling

DOT Hazardous Materials: Labeling explains the labeling requirements in the Hazardous Materials Regulations, including the definition of label, descriptions of how packaging must be labeled, prohibitions, exceptions, and special requirements (for materials in hazard classes 1, 2, and 7).The course discusses how labels should be applied and what they should look like, including provisions to make U.S. labels more compatible with international requirements. (35 min)

808 DOT Hazardous Materials: Placarding

DOT Hazardous Materials: Placarding defines terminology, such as placard and primary or subsidiary hazard, and explains the placarding responsibilities of both shippers and carriers.The learner will be aware of what the placards must look like, when placards must be used, and when their use is prohibited, as well as exceptions and special provisions for highway, rail, or air transport. (35 min)

809 Hot Work Permits

Hot Work Permits complies with OSHA regulations that are applicable to performing hot work. It states the conditions that identify hot work and the necessary precautions to take before and during hot work, including PPE. This course defines the roles and responsibilities of all personnel involved in the hot work process as well as the permitting process. (30 min)

810 DOT Hazardous Materials: Transportation Security

DOT Hazardous Materials: Transportation Security covers the Pipeline and Hazardous Materials Safety Administration security requirements for shippers and carriers.The course discusses what makes a target attractive to a terrorist, where threats are likely to come from, and how to recognize suspicious behavior patterns. The learner will become familiar with the security planning process and the security actions recommended by the Transportation Security Administration for shippers, carriers, and consignees. (45 min)

811 Confined Space Entry

Confined Space Entry explains the importance of a confined space program with a heavy emphasis on OSHA requirements.This course addresses terminology used for confined space entry, workplace evaluation, recognition of hazards, employer requirements, equipment, roles and responsibilities, and emergency response. The procedure for making a confined space entry along with the permitting requirements is also included. (65 min)

813 Hearing Conservation

Hearing Conservation explores how hearing is damaged; potentially hazardous noise exposures; early symptoms of hearing loss; hearing loss prevention; hearing conservation programs; testing procedures; and hearing protection. (45 minutes)

814 Fire Extinguisher Basics

Fire Extinguisher Basics covers OSHA’s Portable Fire Extinguisher regulations under CFR 29 1910.157.These regulations include awareness of the classes of fire and their appropriate extinguishing agent; the placement, maintenance, and use of extinguishers; and appropriate emergency response to incipient fires. (30 min)

815 Process Safety Management

Process Safety Management describes the elements of a process safety management (PSM) program and its purpose.It also lists hazard management requirements for companies who utilize processes containing highly hazardous chemicals in amounts above regulated threshold quantities. (50 min)

819 Personal Protective Equipment

Personal Protective Equipment describes the most common types of PPE, their strengths, and their limitations.It discusses general guidelines for using and caring for each type of PPE. In addition, it reviews the OSHA regulations concerning PPE and explains the responsibilities of both employers and employees. (45 min)

820 Lockout/Tagout

Lockout/Tagout is for all employees who work in areas where locks and tags are used to isolated equipment.It explains what lockout/tagout is and why it is so important to the safety of all workers when maintenance or servicing work is being done. It discusses the OSHA regulations and the required elements in an energy control program. It describes lockout and tagout devices, how they should be applied, and what precautions must be taken to remove them. (40 min)

821 Respiratory Protection

Respiratory Protection covers OSHA regulations pertaining to APFs, medical evaluations, facepiece seals, and requirements for cleaning, maintenance, storage, and inspection.This course also explores how contaminants get into the body through the lungs; contamination prevention; primary types of respirators and their use, and proper respirator fit. (35 min)

8220 Hazard Communication - Part 1

Hazard Communication – Part 1 discusses OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard and safely working with and around hazardous materials.The course covers changes to the regulation with the implementation of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). This is part one of the course, specifically discussing hazard classifications and labeling requirements. You must also complete Hazard Communication – Part 2 in order to fulfill your training requirement. (45 min)

8221 Hazard Communication - Part 2

Hazard Communication – Part 2 discusses OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard and safely working with and around hazardous materials.The course covers changes to the regulation with the implementation of the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS). This is part two of the course, specifically discussing hazard communication programs, safety data sheets, working around hazardous materials, and preventing exposure. You must first complete Hazard Communication – Part 1 in order to fulfill your training requirement. (30 min)

823 Accident Investigation Overview

Accident Investigation Overview describes the steps necessary to conduct an investigation of a work-related accident, including securing the scene, collecting facts, interview techniques, developing a sequence of events, root cause analysis, writing a report, and making recommendations.(30 min)

826 Hazards of Benzene

Hazards of Benzene addresses the properties and hazards of benzene, along with guidelines for safe handling and storage.It describes the symptoms of short- and long-term exposure, what to do if you are exposed, and control methods to prevent exposure (including the recommended PPE). The learner is informed about workplace exposure monitoring. (30 min)

827 Bloodborne Pathogens

Bloodborne Pathogens defines bloodborne pathogens, including Ebola, and examines ways they are transmitted, It also explains how to identify biohazards in the workplace, emphasizes ways that employees can prevent contact with pathogens, and discusses how to safely clean up/remove potentially infectious materials.Finally, this course covers actions that employees and employers must take after an exposure incident. (35 min)

828 Hazards of Lead

Hazards of Lead introduces an overview of the hazards and health effects of long-term and short-term exposure to lead.The course details the harmful nature of lead and the ways in which workers can be exposed to lead in their daily work activities. The course also details how employers can provide and employees can ensure a safe work environment, even when working with lead. Finally, the course details the PPE and measures employees must use to protect themselves from hazardous lead exposure. (35 min)

829 Hazards of Hydrogen Sulfide

Hazards of Hydrogen Sulfide contains an overview of the properties of hydrogen sulfide (H2S), the occupations that might encounter it, and the symptoms of exposure.It discusses both the OSHA and voluntary industry standards for ceiling values as well as recommended engineering and work practices controls, proper PPE, and respirator selection guidelines. It also covers recommended practices for handling H2S, how to respond to an emergency, and emergency first aid guidelines. (30 min)

830 Scaffold Safety

Scaffold Safety discusses the basic design features of scaffolds, recognizing scaffold hazards, appropriate inspection and maintenance, general scaffold safety measures, and fall protection requirements, including the use of personal fall protection.(55 min)

831 Fall Protection Systems

Fall Protection Systems outlines the general components of a fall protection program, including mandated training, fall protection requirements, the different types of fall protection, employee responsibilities and safety, and fall rescue.(50 min)

832 Fall Hazard Awareness

Fall Hazards Awareness discusses the common types of fall hazards and those associated with different walking/working surfaces.This course also summarizes general precautions to take to prevent falls and explains when fall protection is required. (45 min)

833 Ladder Safety

Ladder Safety explains the different types of ladders, their features, and their associated hazards.The course summarizes procedures and precautions for safely constructing and using ladders. It also discusses how to prevent falls and what emergency steps to take upon an accidental fall.

834 Excavation Safety

Excavation Safety explains basic excavation safety, excavation requirements, soil classification and testing, causes of cave-ins, and excavation protective systems.(55 min)

835 Hazards of Butadiene

Hazards of Butadiene explains the characteristics and hazards of butadiene, discusses exposure limits, and lists how it is monitored in the workplace.Exposure prevention methods are also discussed, including appropriate personal protective equipment. (35 min)

836 RCRA: Handling and Shipping Hazardous Waste

RCRA: Handling and Shipping Hazardous Waste addresses responsibilities for workers who handle and ship hazardous waste.It contains an overview of RCRA, but it primarily addresses the proper handling and shipping of RCRA hazardous wastes, including on-site storage, selection, and safe handling of containers; transportation using the paper Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest or the electronic e-Manifest; hazardous waste imports and exports; and emergency preparedness. (60 min)

837 RCRA: Regulations for Hazardous Waste Generators

RCRA: Regulations for Hazardous Waste Generators focuses on the regulations for generators.It includes an overview of the structure of RCRA as well as a review of generator requirements. It discusses how hazardous wastes are identified and explains the type of records and reports that generators must keep. (50 min)

838 Hazards of Hydrofluoric Acid

Hazards of Hydrofluoric Acid explores the chemical and physical properties of hydrogen fluoride and associated hazards and health effects.It also discusses workplace exposure prevention methods and emergency response to exposures and accidental spills or leaks. (30 min)

839 Hydrofluoric Acid Procedures and Controls

Hydrofluoric Acid Handling Procedures and Controls discusses hazard awareness, safe work practices, appropriate handling, and exposure controls for hydrofluoric acid processes.(40 min)

840 Asbestos Awareness

Asbestos Awareness introduces an overview of the hazards and health effects of asbestos exposure in addition to exposure limits, workplace controls, safe handling practices, and protective measures required by OSHA.(40 min)

841 Ionizing Radiation

Ionizing Radiation provides a basic summary for workers who may occasionally work in or around sources of ionizing radiation.This course discusses general ionizing radiation topics, such as basic scientific principles, exposure and dose measurements, health effects, safety principles, employee and area monitoring, restriction methods, and emergency actions. (60 min)

842 Hazmat Emergency Response

HAZMAT Emergency Response is an awareness course designed to introduce elements of OSHA’s Hazardous Waste and Emergency Response (HAZWOPER) standard.Topics include the emergency response plan, the incident command system, and general emergency response procedures. (45 min)

843 NORM in the Oil and Gas Industry

NORM in the Oil and Gas Industry explores how naturally occurring radioactive material, or NORM, affects workers in the oil and gas industry, especially those involved in drilling operations and NORM handling.The course also includes basic information about NORM and its potential health effects, NORM surveys, and NORM handling guidelines. (35 min)

Available in Spanish

SP103 Coronavirus Awareness (COVID-19)

SP331 Heat Stress

SP333 Basics of Electrical Safety

SP334 Electical Installations: Lockout/Tagout

SP335 Electrical Installations: Energized Parts

SP336 Electrical Installations: Flexible Cord Equipment

SP337 Electrical Installations: Training and PPE

SP335 Electrical Installations: Energized Parts

SP336 Electrical Installations: Flexible Cord Equipment

SP337 Electrical Installations: Training and PPE

SP353 Field Hazard Recognition

SP354 Forklift Operation and Safety

SP801 Back Safety

SP809 Hot Work Permits

SP811 Confined Space Entry

SP813 Hearing Conservation

SP814 Fire Extinguisher Basics

SP819 Personal Protective Equipment

SP820 Lockout/Tagout

SP821 Respiratory Protection

SP8220 Hazard Communication - Part 1

SP8221 Hazard Communication - Part 2

SP826 Hazards of Benzene

SP827 Bloodborne Pathogens

SP831 Fall Protection Systems

SP832 Fall Hazard Awareness

SP833 Ladder Safety

SP834 Excavation Safety

SP840 Asbestos Awareness

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