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3002A WORK ZONE SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
Traffic control is essential to protect the public from the hazards associated with the project and the employees on the work project from the traffic. Standards and worksite protection must be provided when needed. (Also available in Spanish)

3004A BACK CARE FOR PUBLIC AGENCIES - VIEW COURSE
Due to the nature of construction and public agency work, there are a wide variety of hazards. Many times during the day, workers lift, shovel, push, pull, and stretch causing strain on the back. Knowing how to lift properly is important in preventing back injuries.

3005A BACKHOE SAFETY AND OPERATIONS - VIEW COURSE
Backhoes are one of the most common types of construction equipment. Backhoe loaders can dig, scrape, load material, lift and with specialized attachments, perform any required task. Only trained and authorized persons should operate a backhoe. (Also available in Spanish)

3006A DUMP TRUCK SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
In addition to improving your driving skills, you need to properly maintain the dump truck. Pre-startup inspections are the key to a well-maintained vehicle. The vehicle operator is responsible for safe operation of the dump truck.

3008A CHLORINE SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
Chlorine is the major chemical used for the sanitation of water, swimming pool disinfection, or in the treatment of sewage. In World War I, chlorine was used as a chemical weapon. Chlorine does a lot of good, but it is also a very toxic and hazardous chemical.

3009A WATER AND SEWER TREATMENT PLANT SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
Treatment plants can be hazardous even though they are usually nice, clean places to work. Working with and around pumps, electricity, laboratories, and chemicals require special training.

3010A DOG BITE PREVENTION - VIEW COURSE
For every letter carrier bitten by a dog, an estimated 900 children are victimized by the senseless pain and suffering of dog attacks. Dog bites result in approximately 44,000 facial injuries in the United States. (Also available in Spanish)

3011A CHAIN SAW SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
The chain saw ranks as one of the most dangerous tools found in the industry and home. The manufacturer provides safety and operating instructions on their equipment. This program includes safety tips and hazards of this equipment. (Also available in Spanish)

3012A TREE TRIMMING SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
Tree trimming requires a high level of training in order to work safely. The nature of tree trimming lends itself to many hazards. There is a potential for serious falls and the risk of coming in contact with energized utilities, falling trees, contacting poison ivy and even snakes. (Also available in Spanish)

3015A ASBESTOS CEMENT PIPE SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
Asbestos has been used for many products such as fireproofing, pipe insulation, theatre curtains, siding, roofing, gaskets and packing, water and sewer pipe. In water and waste water applications, asbestos cement pipe may contain as much as 20% asbestos or more.

3018A CONFINED SPACE ENTRY - VIEW COURSE
Confined space entry must be approached with a professional attitude and a methodical system designed to prevent situations from escalating into a disaster. The National Institute for Occupational Safety & Health (NIOSH) found that in more than 50% of confined space accidents, the rescuer becomes the victim.

3019A LANDSCAPE MAINTENANCE - VIEW COURSE
Landscape workers have a lot of responsibility maintaining parks, highways and other areas that provide enjoyment for a large number of people. They are also responsible for fire safety in these areas. The equipment, chemicals and techniques used can be hazardous. (Also available in Spanish)

3020A COMMERCIAL MOWER SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
The same caution should be exercised in driving a commercial mower as an automobile. Mowers are a great labor-saving device and are safe to use. Most safe operating rules and instructions apply to a riding mower or a walk-behind mower. Always follow the “Operator’s Manual” for safe operation.

3021A STORM WATER RUNOFF RESPONSIBILITIES - VIEW COURSE
Water runoff is a major concern to our global environment, people, animals, and ECO systems. Contaminated water is harmful. Contaminated storm water runoff is a major cause of pollution in creeks, streams, rivers, marshlands, midlands, and seas.

3022A WATER AGENCY SECURITY - VIEW COURSE
Since 9/11 drinking water system facilities are faced with the mandate of incorporating new security measures, tightening ones already in place. Damage to wastewater treatment facilities can result in contamination of drinking water supplies, environmental damage, economic impact and a negative effect on public health.

3023A CITIZENS HOMELAND SECURITY - VIEW COURSE
Terrorism is the use of force or violence against persons or property in violation of criminal laws. These acts of terrorism range from threats of terrorism, assassinations, kidnappings, hijackings, bomb scares and bombing, cyber attacks, and the use of chemical, biological and nuclear weapons.

3024A FLAGGER SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
The flagger’s job is important to protect workers on the highway. The Manual of Traffic Controls for Construction and Maintenance Work Zones is the basic standard that provides guidance for flagger conduct, skills, and the science they use. (Available in Spanish)

3025A ENVIRONMENTAL PROTECTION AGENCY (EPA) 1990 CLEAN AIR ACT - VIEW COURSE
The EPA's major problem is to solve oil spills, hazardous waste, and materials. The Clean Air Act is the comprehensive federal law that regulates air emissions from area, stationary, and mobile sources. This program explains the role of government, pollution, permits, and enforcement.

3026A CERCLA - THE COMPREHENSIVE ENVIRONMENTAL RESPONSE, COMPENSATION, AND LIABILITY ACT - VIEW COURSE
CERCLA, commonly known as Superfund, was enacted by Congress on December 11, 1980. The law created a tax on the chemical and petroleum industry provided federal authority to respond directly to release of hazardous substances that might endanger public health or the environment.

3027A CLEAN WATER ACT - VIEW COURSE
The Clean Water Act was enacted in 1972 and amended in 1977. The Act gave the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) the authority to implement pollution control programs such as wastewater standards for industry.

3028A EPA - HISTORY AND ORGANIZATION - VIEW COURSE
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) was established in 1970. The EPA was assigned to repair the damage done to the natural environment and establish guidelines.

3029A FIFRA - FEDERAL INSECTICIDE, FUNGICIDE, RODENTICIDE ACT - VIEW COURSE
Congress passed the first Insecticide Act in 1910. In 1947 Congress passed FIFRA. FIFRA required the Department of Agriculture to register all pesticides prior to their introduction in interstate commerce.

3030A EMERGENCY PLANNING COMMUNITY RIGHT TO KNOW ACT - EPCRA - VIEW COURSE
EPCRA is also known as Title III of SARA. ECPRA was passed to improve emergency response capabilities. The EPCRA law was designed to help local communities protect public health, safety and the environment from chemical hazards.

3031A HYDRO-VACUUM TRUCK SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
There are numerous ways for injury while working around a vacuum truck. There are pinch points, falls, pressure and vacuum related risks, foot injuries, hot spots, rotating parts and confined spaces. Many vacuum truck operator injuries are from handling high pressure nozzles used for cleaning sewers or falling into manholes.

3032A OVERHEAD PENDANT HOIST SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
The overhead pendant hoist is used to safely maneuver heave loads around shops, treatment plants, pump stations and other locations. This program will focus on overhead rail mounted hoists. These hoist operating systems are electric, pneumatic and hand-operated chain hoists.

3033A TREATMENT PLANT SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
Water purification and treatment of waste water is crucial to our everyday lives. There are many processes involved in water treatment such as chemicals, pathogens, motors, tolls and equipment. There are many hazardous risks in working around treatment plants.

3034A TRUCK MOUNTED ARTICULATING KNUCKLE BOOM CRANES - VIEW COURSE
Truck mounted articulating knuckle boom cranes are used to handle, deliver, and pick up a variety of loads. Loads include steel road plate, shoring, trench boxes, boats, vehicles, logs, iron K rail and much more.

3035A SAFETY ORIENTATION FOR PUBLIC AGENCY EMPLOYEES - VIEW COURSE
As a public agency employee you have the risk of exposure to numerous potential sources of injuries and hazards such as traffic, excavation, confined space, electrical to name a few. As a new employee, it is important to start the new job with a safety orientation.

3036A PORTABLE GENERATOR HAZARDS AND HOW TO AVOID THEM - VIEW COURSE
Portable generators are useful when there is a need for temporary or remote electric power. The primary hazards to avoid are carbon monoxide (CO) poisoning, electric shock and fire. Most incidents occur when generators are used indoors without proper ventilation.

3037A BUCKET TRUCK SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
Bucket trucks are also known as aerial lift trucks. This equipment is used in every industry and comes with risks and hazards. Bucket trucks are used to elevate personnel to tasks above the ground. Serious injuries and deaths have occurred in construction, mining, tree trimming, public works and fire fighting.

3038A BACKHOE OPERATIONS FOR PUBLIC WORKS - VIEW COURSE
Backhoes perform tasks such as digging, scraping, compact soil, load material, break pavement and lifting. Wheeled backhoes are the standard in construction and maintenance. Most backhoe accidents are the due to tip-overs.

3039A WORKING SAFELY WITH COMPRESSED AIR - VIEW COURSE
The benefits of working with compressed air are considerable. Pneumatic-powered tools using compressed air are: nail guns, air ratchets, chisels, saws, specialty fasteners and jack hammers, to name a few. Management must ensure all compressed air components meet safety regulations.

3039A WORKING SAFELY WITH COMPRESSED AIR -SPANISH - VIEW COURSE
The benefits of working with compressed air are considerable. Pneumatic-powered tools using compressed air are: nail guns, air ratchets, chisels, saws, specialty fasteners and jack hammers, to name a few. Management must ensure all compressed air components meet safety regulations.

3040A COMPETENT PERSON - TRENCHING AND SHORING - VIEW COURSE
Based on the National Institute for Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH), an average of 60 workers die in cave-ins annually. According to NIOSH, these events are not accidents; cave-ins are predictable and preventable.

3041A THE COMPETENT PERSON AND SOIL CLASSIFCATION - VIEW COURSE
Cave-ins are predictable and preventable according to OSHA. Working around trenches can be dangerous. A cubic yard of soil can weigh 2700 pounds – that’s as much as a small truck. A person buried under a couple feet of soil can experience pressure to the chest causing suffocation.

3042A SODIUM AND CALCIUM HYPOCHLORITE - VIEW COURSE
Sodium and calcium hypochlorite are widely used as a disinfectant in water and waste water agencies. These products are commonly used as pool and spa disinfection products. These powerful agents kill bacteria and other pathogens such as viruses, parasites, and fungus that may be in the water supply.

3043A VALVE CREW SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
Valve maintenance tends to get little attention except when there is a main break. According to AWWA, every valve should be operated through a full cycle on a schedule designed to prevent a buildup of deposits.

3044A METER READER SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
Meter readers are very important to the organization. Meter readers are exposed to all kinds of hazards such as slips and trips, traffic, weather, aggressive dogs, insects and irate customers. Taking safety seriously and remaining alert can reduce or eliminate the chance of injury.

3045A FIELD OPERATIONS SAFETY FOR PUBLIC WORKS AND CONSTRUCTION - VIEW COURSE
Public agency workers perform a great benefit to the public by virtue of a safe and reliable water supply, well maintained roadways and other portions of the public infrastructure. With all the work performed, there are risks.

3046A UTILITY CREW TRUCK SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
Utility crew trucks are used in organizations such as utilities, public agencies and construction. The crew truck grew from a Spartan truck for carrying tools. In addition to transporting a crew, the vehicle is equipped with attachments such as lifts and hoists, welding units, compressors, aerial lift devices and towing equipment

3047A SKID STEER SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
Skid steer equipment has become the number one workhorses for public works and construction. With trenchers, plows, grapples, buckets and hoes and hydraulic breakers as attachments, their versatility is limitless.

3048A WATER SYSTEM OPERATOR SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
Clean, safe water is essential in our everyday life. There is a lot of work in the process of moving water from a lake, river or well into homes and businesses. The work of the water system operator has a key role in the operation, maintenance and safety of the public water supply.

3049A TREATMENT PLANT LABORATORY SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
The treatment plant laboratory staff makes certain our water supply is safe and properly treated. Laboratory work is far from easy. The laboratory contains numerous chemicals, processes and equipment that can cause injuries and make you ill or in some cases result in death.

3050A FRONT END LOADER SAFETY - VIEW COURSE
The overhead pendant hoist is used to safely maneuver heave loads around shops, treatment plants, pump stations and other locations. This program will focus on overhead rail mounted hoists.

3051A HOW TO HAVE A CHAINSAW ACCIDENT AND SUFFER THE CONSEQUENCES - VIEW COURSE
No one wants anyone to suffer an accident. All safety rules must be followed to avoid an accident. No one wants you to have an accident, especially with chain saws.

3052A HANDLING COMPRESSED GAS SAFELY (Gory Story) - VIEW COURSE
The program covers the various types of gas that are contained in gas cylinders. Safe handling procedures and use of compressed gas are discussed. Gas cylinder sizes can range from a small table top cylinder to one ton cylinders.


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