Employee Training and Development
Safety Training Videos
Our safety training video courses for employees help you meet training requirements and teach your employees how to handle on-the-job risks.
Watch a few of our full courses down below.Have questions? Contact us today!
Why HSI for Safety Training Courses?
Offering safety training for employees isn't just good practice, it's mandatory for many companies. Our training covers important topics such as personal protective equipment and forklift safety, and goes beyond to include topics such as OSHA recordkeeping and hearing conservation. Our wide range of topics gives learners well-rounded safety training to keep them from getting injured or jeopardizing the safety of others.
Our safety training for employees is mobile and accessible 24/7 through our HSI LMS. Factory or warehouse workers without access to computer terminals can access our training from mobile devices, giving them the ability to review training content as needed when on the job during any shift. If your employees are mobile (like plumbers, painters, electricians, and carpenters), then your training should be too. Try out our mobile-ready training now with a free trial of our HSI LMS.
Additional Training Topics
Our Business Skills library covers other safety training topics such as:
- General recordkeeping criteria
- Hazard communication for employers and employees
- Machine guard safety
- Propane gas safety
- And much more!
Hazard Communication: Labeling
We all depend on labels for our safety. We need to ensure that labels are at all times accurate and compliant. We review label standards, use, and exceptions, so you can be certain that you're doing your part.Watch Video
Our goal in this program is to help you prevent back injuries by being aware of your posture, thinking about how you’re going to move before you move, staying fit, and visiting a doctor as soon as the slightest back pain occurs.
Knowing the fronts, backs, ins and outs, upside downs and right side ups of forklifts is vital to doing your job effectively and, most importantly, safely. In this course, you’ll be introduced to some forklift basics, including the types of forklifts, the power sources they use, and their parts.
Bloodborne Pathogens for Employees
Many professions put employees in close proximity with blood, which may contain bloodborne pathogens. To address this health concern, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, or OSHA, established certain standards for limiting your exposure to potentially infectious materials. In this program, we’ll take a look at what bloodborne pathogens are and what you need to know to deal with them. We’ll cover ways to protect yourself and what you should do if you’re exposed. This content complies with OSHA regulation 1910.1030.