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Safety Training Courses
The best way to protect your employees from preventable accidents and injuries is to provide them with information and resources they need to stay safe at work. FFVA Mutual offers workplace safety training courses at no cost to our agents and policyholders.
Take a look at the course descriptions below and put in your training request today!
Courses Offered Online and In-Person
Live Online Courses, taught by one of our Safety Consultants, are Available for Individual Employees and Groups
Defensive Driving training is a safe driving course designed to remind drivers about distractions, road rage, driving under the influence, and more.
First Aid/CPR training covers first aid, CPR, AED, is geared for the workplace and includes work-related scenarios. At the end of the course, trainees will be qualified to provide basic level First Aid/CPR and use an AED defibrillator.
Forklift [Train-the-Trainer] training covers OSHA’s Standard 1910.178 Powered Industrial Trucks and provides the necessary tools to use during future in-house training. Attendees learn how to test operators for proficiency to ensure instruction and training recordkeeping meets OSHA requirements.
Hazard Communication/SDS course reviews training required by OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard, which requires that hazardous materials used at the worksite are identified, labeled, handled, used, and disposed of properly.
Ladder Safety training covers portable ladders, fixed ladders, selection, placement, maintenance and use.
Proper Lifting/Back Safety training includes proper lifting techniques, back care and the use of lifting aids.
Slip, Trip and Fall Hazards course helps employees recognize and prevent slip, trip, and fall hazards and reviews the key components of ladder safety.
In-Person Training Courses
10-Hour OSHA [Construction] course covers an overview of OSHA, fall protection, electrical, caught in/between, struck by, PPE and health hazards.
10-Hour OSHA [General Industry]course covers an OSHA overview, basic hazardous communication, and electrical safety and topics specific to operations (ie: slip, trips and falls, exit routes and emergency action plans, PPE, Machine Guarding, Blood-borne Pathogens).
Note: Employers must meet a minimum employee count for onsite training events.