Safety Training Programs: In-Depth





Effective Ergonomics

This level of training is for those who will be primarily responsible for addressing future ergonomics concerns in the facility. Participant: Ergonomic team members, supervisors and managers:

How to establish and sustain effective ergonomic programs.

The importance of addressing body size differences in employees.

Basic Biomechanics Principles:
How these principles apply to each major body segment: hand, wrist, shoulder, neck and back.

Evaluation Tools:
How ergonomists assess injury and risk.

How to develop solutions:
Improving work conditions


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Train the Trainer

The goal of Train-the-Trainer Seminar is to provide in-depth ergonomic training to potential leaders. This will allow them to provide "ergonomic tips" to their employees related to posture, set-up, pacing, and work procedures. The seminar provides training in basic ergonomic principles and interventions only. All trainees will experience a variety of “Job Tasks” in simulated experiences.  

    • Office
    • Laboratory
    • Healthcare
    • Industrial: Corporate wide
    • Risk Identification
    • Stretch/Flex Training: Implementation
    • Daily Stretch Poster


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Training for all levels of employment including; 

                                              Safety Ergonomic Teams, Supervisors and Management

CPR/AED and First Aid Course


Our emergency response team directed by Ms. Smith provides life saving courses and certification for a wide variety of non-healthcare and healthcare professionals. These modules prepare you to recognize several critical emergencies. We offer adult, pediatric and infant cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) including 2-rescuer scenarios, use of an automated external defibrillator (AED), how to relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. First Aid rescuer modules include basic emergency response for the home, community and the WORKPLACE.


Bloodborne Pathogen Training

This training reviews exposure control principles, practices, and requirements as required by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Bloodborne Pathogens Standard. This training is required for all personnel who work with human blood or blood products or human tissues, fluids, or cells that are considered "other potentially infectious materials" (OPIM) as defined by OSHA.

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These interactive courses can save your life!

                                                                     CPR, AED and Basic First Aid

For home, workplace and the general community