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Coming Soon: Updated Fire Watch Safety Training

The Hard Hat Training Series is updating the Fire Watch Training so we can cover all the information you need to do your job safely.

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Fall Protection – Brand New Look

Our fall protection training program is getting an updated look. Check it out to learn about staying safe at heights.

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Medical Workplace Violence

The data shows that healthcare workers experience workplace violence at a rate that is nearly 20% higher than all other workers. The rate of workplace violence is assumed to be even higher because it is often underreported. Violence against healthcare workers is so common that it is often considered the norm. Workplace violence is often considered to be “just a part of the job.” The first step in changing the current culture is training. It can change expectations to “violence is a problem that should be managed.” This will greatly improve the overall safety of healthcare workers.

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Staying Visible at Night

Work zone safety is critical in every workplace, especially jobs near oncoming traffic. Staying visible is key, and the best way to stay visible is by wearing reflective safety vests and avoiding poor visibility areas.

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Coming Soon: Slips, Trips, and Falls for Healthcare Employees

Slips, trips, and falls are the second leading cause of death in the world, and they happen all the time!

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Coming Soon: Updated MEWP Training

Are you or your employees operating a MEWP? Check out his updated training that teaches you more about MEWP hazards, inspections, and safe operations.

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New Bloodborne Pathogens Training!

Bloodborne Pathogens (BBP) are transmissible microorganisms that cause various dangerous diseases. The Hard Hat Training series is committed to keeping workers safe with a new BBP training program!

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Top 10 OSHA Violations in 2021

OSHA was established to protect your employees and your company. Accidents in the workplace can cost your company an arm and a leg. As you move into 2022, make sure your company is protected from the most common mistakes. Here are the top 10 OSHA violations that your company can easily avoid with a little […]

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In the News: Fire at Fertilizer Plant Highlights the Need for Preventative Measures

A fire is currently roaring at a fertilizer plant in North Carolina. According to a report, the fire has become the catalyst for thousands of evacuations. However, the fire presents an even greater danger as it crawls toward 600 tons of ammonium nitrate. Should the fire reach this point, it could cause a devastating explosion. […]

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Coming Soon: Healthcare Ergonomics Safety Training

The Hard Hat Training Series has a broad range of courses available to an equally broad range of topics and industries. We cover construction equipment, lab safety, confined spaces, office ergonomics and much more. Now, we are excited about our new course: Healthcare Ergonomics. Ergonomic-related injuries are one of the most reported injuries in any […]

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Confined Spaces in Agriculture—An Overview

Industrial worksites can feature a wide variety of safety hazards, from tall ledges, to moving machine parts, to toxic and flammable materials. These hazards, however, are far more threatening to employees working in confined spaces. Confined spaces are usually relatively small or narrow, and not appropriate for long-term work. As a result, the people who […]

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Lab Safety: Common Issues and How to Avoid Them

Many of the lab-related incidents you hear about on the news are preventable. Having a firm grasp on safety rules and guidelines will help you and others stay out of the news.

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