Health & Safety Training Course Library

Syntrio’s health and safety courses help your organization meet regulatory requirements, reduce loss and risk, prevent injuries, and potentially save lives.

Health & Safety Training Courses

Syntrio’s health and safety courses are designed to help your organization meet regulatory requirements, reduce loss and risk, prevent injuries, and potentially save lives. Our courses are designed to meet OSHA, EPA, DOT, and other regulatory requirements in conjunction with job-specific training.

Traditionally, manufacturers and other industrial companies placed the greatest focus on health and safety. But with greater awareness about other forms of health and safety, most office-based organizations have a renewed focus. Increased awareness regarding health and safety includes:

  • Repetitive stress injuries are common among all employees who regularly use computers.
  • Desk-bound worker health. Research finds that sitting for too long in front of a computer comes with its own health-related problems.
  • Mental health issues, especially regarding workplace stress, include anxiety due to harassment and employment discrimination.
  • Psychological safety, especially regarding an individual’s comfort with raising concerns about workplace practices without fear of retaliation.
  • Workplace violence, including sexual violence, employee-on-employee actions, domestic violence brought into the workplace, and active shooter situations.
  • More recently, the effects of infectious diseases on employee health have had major impacts on workplace health, safety, and performance.

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When health and safety concerns are overlooked or not raised, it can lead to:

  • Risks to employee health and safety.
  • Higher costs to investigate safety incidents and regulatory fines.
  • Lost productivity due to injuries that require time off the job.
  • Lost productivity and lower morale due to stress and inability to focus on work.
  • Risk of losing employees who demand a healthier and safe workplace.

More frequently, health and safety are becoming issues of respect. Because workplace health and safety are so reliant on frontline employees proactively taking steps to ensure safety, researchers find that engagement and safety are strongly interrelated. Leadership needs to win employees’ mindshare to ensure it can maintain good safety.

Health & Safety Course Categories

Chemical Hazard Communication

Defensive Driving
Hazardous Materials Transportation: Classification
Hazardous Materials Transportation: General Awareness
Hazardous Materials Transportation: Loading and Unloading
Hazardous Materials Transportation: Marking, Labeling, and Placarding
Hazardous Materials Transportation: Packaging
Hazardous Materials Transportation: Shipping Papers
DOT: Marking, Labeling, and Placarding Conduct
DOT: Loading and Unloading

Bloodborne Pathogens for Healthcare Workers
Controlling Workplace Exposure to Bloodborne Pathogens

HIPAA: Privacy and Security for Healthcare Workers
HIPAA: Privacy and Security Basics

Confined Spaces
Hazardous Energy Control
Ergonomics for Manufacturing
Powered Industrial Truck Safety (Forklift Safety)
Personal Protective Equipment: Foot
Personal Protective Equipment: General Awareness
Personal Protective Equipment: Hand & Arm Protection
Personal Protective Equipment: Head Protection
Personal Protective Equipment: Eye & Face
Back Injury Prevention
HAZCOM: What’s New with OSHA?
OSHA TOOLBOX: HAZCOM – Labeling Protocol
OSHA TOOLBOX: HAZCOM – Material Safety Data Sheet
OSHA TOOLBOX: HAZCOM – What You Need to Know

Hazardous Energy Control
COVID-19 and Return to Work
Electrical Safety Awareness
Ergonet: A Training Guide for Healthy Office Work
Fall Protection
Fire Extinguisher Safety
Hearing Conversation: Protecting Yourself from Hearing Loss
Introduction to Accident Investigation
Ladder Safety
Managing Workplace Safety and Health
Preventing Workplace Violence
Slip, Trip, and Fall Prevention
Respiratory Protection
Workplace Intruder: Smart Preparation for Personal Safety
A Manager’s Guide to Safety in the Workplace
Create an Ergonomic Workstation
Ergonomic Risk Factors
Ergonomics for Managers
Stretching in the Workplace
Understanding Ergonomic Design
Warehouse Ergonomics
Recognize Eye. Strain
Reduce Eye Strain
Safety Toolbox: What You Need to Know About Emergency Exits
Safety Toolbox: Driving in Poor Conditions
Safety Toolbox: Driving Defensively
Safety Toolbox: The Safe Use of Aerial Lifts

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