online COVID-19 Safety Courses
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This course is designed to provide you with the training you need to help you stay healthy and safe during this global pandemic.
By the end of this course, you should be familiar with how COVID-19 spreads, its common symptoms, and the populations most vulnerable to the disease. You’ll also be able to list and describe some basic ways you can prevent yourself from becoming sick and how you can prevent spreading sickness and disease to others
Covid -19 What Employees Need To Know
COVID-19: What Employees Need to Know is designed to help workers prepare and respond to exposure and illness caused by the COVID-19 pandemic. Workers need to know the prevention and control measures they should utilize, as well as understand the rights they have under various laws and regulations. Being prepared, yet flexible enough to adapt to an ever-changing situation, is important to the wellbeing of all employees and their workplaces.
COVID-19: Action Plan for the Workplace
This course is designed to help employers and managers prepare and respond to exposure and illness caused by COVID-19. Organizational plans that take into account policies and procedures, human resources matters, and supply and production issues can help companies and employees prepare for the health pandemic. Being prepared, yet flexible enough to adapt to an ever-changing situation, supports an entire organization.
Coronavirus: Guarding Against COVID-19
This course discusses COVID-19 hazards and the safe practices that the World Health Organization, the Centers for Disease Control and other healthcare authorities recommend that you follow to avoid them.
Preparing Buildings for Occupancy Following a Prolonged Shutdown
This course describes the process for preparing buildings for occupants following a prolonged shutdown such as an environmental disaster, pandemic, or other catastrophic event. Learning outcomes include:
- Assessing building ventilation systems so that these systems do not cause problems upon the return of occupants.
- Processes for evaluating a building’s sanitation/janitorial processes in order to prepare the building for the return of occupants.
- Preparing building water systems following a prolonged shutdown.
- Performing a walk-through of a building to prepare it for occupancy.
Safe Return to the Workspace
Biological threats, such as outbreaks and pandemics, and environmental disasters may require people to stay home. When employers determine it is safe to return to workspaces, it's important to remember that aspects of the threat may still be present. Fortunately, there are things you and your employer can do to maintain health and safety as you return to the workplace. This course is ideal for all employees.