Courses

This one-day course provides an introduction to confined space safety and health. Trainees who complete this course will be able to recognize confined spaces. In addition, they will be able to distinguish between those confined spaces that require an entry permit and those that do not. The common types and often urgent nature of confined space risks will be discussed along with methods for evaluating and controlling such risks. Emphasis is placed on how to establish and maintain an effective confined space entry program, including an effective permit system. Applicable consensus standards and regulatory standards, especially 29 CFR 1910.146, are reviewed.

This course does not include opportunity for hands-on experiences, although some of the relevant equipment and instruments are demonstrated by the instructor.

A 3-day version of this course that includes hands-on practice is available on a contract basis and a Spanish version of this one-day course is also available.


This course contains no sessions
This online certificate program prepares you to audit and improve electrical safety programs, which is based on the annually required audit per the 2012 edition of NFPA 70E and OSHA Standards. The fee for this certificate program is $1,450.

You must decide if you want to do one elective or two.

(1) OSHA Electrical Requirements LESS THAN 600 VOLTS

(2) OSHA Electrical Requirements ABOVE 600 VOLTS

Online session available to start anytime!
Mandatory 2-hour course including a project of student teaching a topic for a 10 to 15-minute presentation required by the following certificate programs:

Electrical Safety Train-the-Trainer Qualified Electrical Worker, Electrical Safety Train-the-Trainer Unqualified Electrical Worker and Electrical Safety Auditor Certificate.


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This course is designed to prepare those installing, maintaining, and preparing wiring systems for use on and around boatyards, docks, and marinas. Codes and Standards that prevent electrical shock are covered. American Boat and Yacht Club, EPRI research, NFPA 70, 555, and NFPA Research results are the prime standards used in this course. This course covers Equipotential bonding, grounding, wiring methods, overcurrent protection, monitoring, and specifics of installations. Also covered is a checklist for owners to verify fitness of boat docks and marinas for use.
Online session available to start anytime!
This course is designed to prepare those installing, maintaining, and preparing pool wiring systems for use. Codes and Standards that prevent electrical shock are covered. The course covers equipotential bonding, grounding, wiring methods, overcurrent protection and specifics of installations. Also covered is a checklist for owners to verify fitness of pool for use.
Online session available to start anytime!

Who should take these courses?

The online Health & Safety Management Certificate is geared toward employees who have been given the responsibility of health and safety on a part-time or full-time basis, but have no formal education in health and safety. It is also geared toward someone who has moved into health and safety management, or who wants to build a competency in health and safety to meet the requirements of the External Degree Program at The University of Alabama. In addition, the courses can be taken individually if someone needs an introduction or wants to develop a competency in a specific health and safety topic.

Description of the Certificate:

To earn the online Health & Safety Management Certificate, the student will need to complete FOUR core courses and SIX electives for a total of approximately 100 hours of online course time. Each course is approximately equal to 10 hours of classroom instruction time.

Core courses:

  • HSM 101 Introduction to OSHA (1.00 CEU)
  • HSM 102 Introduction to Workplace Safety (1.00 CEU)
  • HSM 103 Introduction to Industrial Hygiene (1.00 CEU)
  • HSM 104 Introduction to Workers' Compensation (1.00 CEU)

Elective courses of which you will choose only SIX (6)

  • HSM 202 Introduction to Mine Safety (1.00 CEU)
  • HSM 301 Managing Hazard Communication Programs (1.00 CEU)
  • HSM 310 Managing Ergonomic Programs (1.00 CEU)
  • HSM 311 Managing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) Programs (1.00 CEU)
  • HSM 312 Managing Fleet Safety Programs (1.00 CEU)
  • HSM 701 Managing Bloodborne Pathogen Programs (1.00 CEU)
  • HSM 702 Managing Heat Stress Programs (1.00 CEU)
  • HSM 901 Managing Wellness Programs (1.00 CEU)
  • HSM 902 Managing Health Promotion (1.00 CEU)
  • HSM QEW 141 Understanding Basic Electricity for Electrical Safety (.40 CEU)

Electives will be developed based on demand for specific topics.

Computer and Internet Requirements: DSL, high-speed internet preferred.

Continuing Education Units (CEUs) will vary depending on electives chosen.

This program is available 24/7. ONCE YOU REGISTER, usually within three business days, you will be sent a user name, password and instructions. Then, you can start your course(s) at anytime. WORK AT YOUR OWN PACE


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The focus of this training will be teaching fundamental Injury and Illness Prevention Program (IIPP) principles and equipping participants with tools and strategies to implement effective IIPP program within their business, including training of workers.

Topics for this training will include:

Management Leadership; Employee Participation; Organizational Planning; Implementation and Operation; Evaluation and Corrective Action; and Management Review.


This course contains no sessions
This course prepares students to understand basic electrical theorems as they apply to codes and standards. You will learn the theoretical intent of the electrical code-making body and understand the purpose of how electrical codes and standards are applied in real world situations.

NOTE: Online course available 24/7 and is WORK AT YOUR OWN PACE. Once you register, you will be sent a user name, password and instructions. Then you can start at anytime.


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This course presents students with detailed information on how to recognize and handle electrical hazards when working with less than 600 volts of electricity. Case studies with proven applications to electrical hazards are explained.

ELECTIVE Course for :

  • Qualified Electrical Worker Certificate
  • Electrical Safety Train-the-Trainer for Qualified Electrical Workers Certificate

NOTE: Online course available 24/7 and is WORK AT YOUR OWN PACE. Once you register, you will be sent a user name, password and instructions. Then you can start at anytime.


Online session available to start anytime!
This course presents students with detailed information on how to recognize and handle electrical hazards when working with above 600 volts of electricity. Case studies with proven applications to electrical hazards are explained.

ELECTIVE course for:

  • Qualified Electrical Worker Certificate
  • Electrical Safety Train-the-Trainer for Qualified Electrical Workers Certificate

NOTE: Online course available 24/7 and is WORK AT YOUR OWN PACE. Once you register, you will be sent a user name, password and instructions. Then you can start at anytime.


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This course trains students in the principles of electrical safety. The student will learn to identify potential electrical safety hazards and how to handle those hazards. The student will also be made aware of the workers' value as a part of the electrical task force or onsite authority having jurisdiction (AHJ).

NOTE: Online course available 24/7 and is WORK AT YOUR OWN PACE. Once you register, you will be sent a user name, password and instructions. Then you can start at anytime.


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This course trains students how to look up issues in the National Electrical Code quickly and accurately. Specific rules and definitions are explained concerning how to properly apply services, feeders, and branch circuits to real world applications. Students should fully know how to use the National Electrical Code for any application, as applied to electrical hazards and operations, when finished with this course.

NOTE: Online course available 24/7 and is WORK AT YOUR OWN PACE. Once you register, you will be sent a user name, password and instructions. Then you can start at anytime.


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This course covers the basic principles of grounding, bonding, and shielding and their use in protecting the electrical worker and others associated with the operation, installation, and construction of equipment.

NOTE: Online course available 24/7 and is WORK AT OWN PACE. Once you register, you will be sent a user name, password and instructions. Then you can start at anytime.


This course contains no sessions
This course provides the qualified electrical worker with information to properly use maintenance techniques and requirements that avoid potential electrical hazards. It specifically provides techniques to prevent shock and fire hazards associated with electrical equipment maintenance.

NOTE: Online course available 24/7 and is WORK AT YOUR OWN PACE. Once you register, you will be sent a user name, password and instructions. Then you can start at anytime.


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This course is valuable training for those who work with industrial machines, especially maintenance and construction personnel. This course makes the worker aware of deficiencies that should be corrected immediately to avoid potential electrical hazards.

NOTE: Online course available 24/7 and is WORK AT YOUR OWN PACE. Once you register, you will be sent a user name, password and instructions. Then you can start at anytime.


Online session available to start anytime!

The Qualified Electrical Worker (QEW) series helps the employer meet the NFPA and OSHA requirements that workers be qualified. This series assures both employee and the employer that proper attention and training have been given to the employee concerning potential electric shock, fire and arc flash hazards.

Students have a choice of taking one or both of the courses concerning voltage (above 600 volts or less than 600 volts). Taking this into consideration, the Certificate Program can consist of seven or eight courses.

ELECTIVE courses (one is required, but both can be taken):

QEW142: OSHA Electrical Requirements LESS THAN 600 Volts (0.4 CEUs)

QEW143: OSHA Electrical Requirements ABOVE 600 Volts (0.4 CEUs)

If you have any questions about the registration process, please call Nancy Holleman at (877) 508-7246 or send an e-mail to nholleman@ccs.ua.edu.

This program is available 24/7. Once you register, usually within three business days, you will be sent a user name, password and instructions. Then you can start at anytime. Work at your own pace.


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Sustainability 101 Training Course Outline

  1. Introduction
    • Purpose of Training course
      • Expectations
    • Instructor background
    • Student introduction
    • GEMI/UA overview

  2. Sustainability definitions
    • Classic
    • EPA & other
    • Conference Board - Business focus

  3. Why Sustainability
    • State of the world
      • Global mega trends - impacts
    • Business expectations
      • Drivers for sustainability

  4. Elements of Sustainability
    • Classic model of sustainability

  5. Risks and Opportunities
    • Threats to business
    • Risk & opportunity model
    • Revenue growth - trends
    • Examples of revenue growth

  6. Five steps towards advancing sustainability (Sustainability 101)
    • Engage, Listen and Learn
    • The 2020 reality check
    • Innovation across Industries
    • Exploring Sustainability within your organization
    • Charting a sustainability course
    • Five actions to implement sustainability

  7. GEMI Member Case Studies
    • Examples of GEMI member company 'S' implementation
  8. Tools to sustainabile development
    • GEMI tools
    • EPA tool

  9. Management Systems
    • EHS Management systems
      • ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001, ISO 50001, RC14001

  10. Materiality Assessment Workshop
    • Develop and Discuss a materiality assessment of a fictitious company


This course contains no sessions

IMPORTANT INFO:

  • Available 24/7
  • Work at own pace
  • Once registered, you will receive via email a user name, password and instructions to begin.


Online session available to start anytime!
This online certificate program prepares you to train designated Unqualified Electrical Workers (OSHA terminology) such as welders, pipe fitters, operators, etc. You will be able to train participants on how to recognize and respond safely to electrical hazards. This certificate program has two tracks:
  • (1) general - which includes pipe fitters, telecommunications, machine operators, and HVAC technicians limited, below 110 V
  • (2) welders (four hour course)
  • REQUIRED: Class Presentation Skills Course (two hours) AND Project - submit a 10 to 15 minute presentation of you teaching a topic in your chosen track(s) for review and critique. This can be accomplished via video or online -

    FEES:

    A. General - $300

    B. Welders - $300

    OTHER INFO:
  • Available 24/7
  • Work at own pace
  • Once registered, you will receive via email a user name, password and instructions to begin

  • Online session available to start anytime!

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