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This training session will discuss the hazards of mold both in the workplace and at home. We will learn how to detect mold, where to find it, the health hazards of exposure, how to clean up small mold contamination, and how to prevent mold from growing. Duration: 27 minutes

By the end of the training session, you will be able to identify major safety and health hazards of welding; select appropriate PPE for welding, cutting, and brazing; and implement controls to prevent or control fires. Duration: 16 minutes.

The main objective of this session is to teach you about hazard communication. By the time the session is over, you should be able to: Recognize hazardous chemicals; Understand the risks they pose; Interpret the information on chemical labels; Understand safety data sheets, or SDSs; Protect yourself from physical and health hazards; and Respond to emergencies. Duration: 29 minutes

This training session will help you be able to: Know potential workplace lead exposure hazards; Understand the health hazards and symptoms of lead exposure; Know the permissible exposure limits; Understand what medical surveillance is required; and Know what air monitoring is and why it's required.  Duration: 25 minutes.

Hazard communication is a requirement of state and federal law.  The Hazard Communication Standard describes what employers must do to inform employees about chemical hazards.  The main objective of this session is to tell you about the hazards of chemicals used in your healthcare facility, and how to find the information that you need to protect your self and work safely.  Duration:  21 minutes.

This session is about safely and correctly working around hazardous wastes. It covers the basics of hazardous waste management for all workers who handle hazardous wastes. Duration: 24 minutes

Any generator who offers hazardous wastes for transportation for off-site treatment, storage, or disposal must prepare a manifest using a U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) Uniform Hazardous Waste Manifest (federal form 8700-22). Anyone responsible for signing a manifest or for completing any part of this specialized shipping paper should receive training in completion of the manifest. This training session will show you how to properly complete a manifest. Duration: 22 minutes

This session will look at some of the basic principals of ergonomics so that you can use a commonsense approach to working safely.  In particular, the information presented here will focus on musculoskeletal disorders, or MSD's, and how ergonomics helps prevent them.  Duration: 24 minutes.

This training presentation will help you to understand how back injuries occur; prevent back injuries; use proper lifting, load carrying, and unloading techniques; and think intelligently about your back.  Duration: 21 minutes

This session will cover the hazards and risks of working on or near energized electrical equipment. It will also discuss the procedures for preventing an arc flash accident, and how to protect yourself from the hazards of an arc flash. Duration: 17 minutes.

When you have completed this training session, you will understand federal guidelines for container storage of hazardous waste at generating facilities; recognize and be ready to follow safe practices for managing hazardous waste containers; understand why it is important to segregate certain hazardous wastes; know what to look for in inspecting hazardous waste areas at the facility, and you will know more about how to minimize wastes.  Duration: 34 minutes.

At the end of this training session you will be able to understand the effects of noise on hearing; identify sources of noise in your workplace; describe the purpose of audiometric testing and be able to interpret your test results; and select, fit, and use hearing protection. Duration: 18 minutes

This training will inform employees of safe work practices when using an aerial lift. Aerial lifts are extremely useful pieces of equipment and are commonly used in many industries.  But this equipment can be hazardous to both operators and employees working nearby unless proper precautions are taken by all employees.  Duration: 26 minutes.

This training session will teach you to recognize and identify hazardous materials; understand HAZMAT container markings, labels, and placards; load and unload hazardous materials safely; use protective procedures and equipment; avoid accidents with hazardous materials; respond to an emergency; and recognize and respond to security threats. Duration: 29 minutes

Whether you drive on the job or just commute to work by car, you're in danger on the road unless you drive defensively.  Motor vehicle accidents are the number one cause of accidental death in the United States.  They are also the number one cause of work-related fatalities.  Any person operating a Loyola owned vehicle on University property must be aware of the University's safety poliies, procedures, and rules applicable to the use of such vehicles.  Duration: 21 minutes.