A boot camp is a short and intense program designed to give you the basic training needed to succeed at a given profession. This boot camp will do exactly that for you as an upcoming or experienced safety professional. You’ll learn and practice the skills you need, have opportunities to ask questions about the challenges you face, discuss solutions for those challenges, and network with your peers. You’ll leave ready, able, and eager to make your organization safer and more successful.
Each of the ten computer based courses in the package contains video lessons, knowledge checks, and a quiz that must be passed to obtain a certificate of completion for your training records. These courses align with regulatory knowledge requirements and are perfect for orientation and refresher training.
Safety is an art and a science. How and why to understand, lead, develop, and protect people is the art of safety and the purpose of this course. It contains video lessons, exercises, scenarios, and a workbook. In it you will learn how to generate solutions that optimize culture, people, and systems that will energize and sustain exceptional safety. After completing the course, you will be a C5 Safety Leader that focuses on leading and protecting people rather than managing robots and pleasing systems.
Risk tolerance tends to have a compounding and exponential effect over time through a phenomenon known as normalization of deviation (NOD). This course starts by exploring factors that contribute to NOD and explains how you can identify when it is occurring. It then details principles and strategies you can use to overcome NOD and accurately identify hazards and risks with full situational awareness, ultimately unnormalizing deviation.
Much of your work occurs outdoors exposing you to hazards associated with heat. This course explains how to protect yourself from common heat illnesses along with identifying their symptoms and treatments. It covers how heat affects your normal body function and why heat illnesses happen. This is a must attend course for anyone with heat exposure, especially those working in hot and humid climates.
This training session introduces the skills and approaches needed for effective conflict de-escalation. For utility workers, de-escalating volatile situations in the field takes unique skills and approaches that typical de-escalation training just doesn’t address. They need proactive skills which help them understand – when to engage, how to engage, and when to escape the situation.
Based on our Frontline training program, this course is delivered through a live two-hour virtual training session after the participant has completed the Job Briefings computer-based training section. This program is a must for anyone involved in the development, evaluation and support of their job briefing program and anyone who conducts training on job briefings. It is highly suggested to complete the online course prior to attending the webinar
The Ultimate Interactive, Online OSHA Electric Power Knowledge Solution for Utility Safety & Ops Professionals
This course was built to provide you with a simple and practical way to learn about OSHA’s Electric Power standards 1910.269 and 1926 Subpart V and provide you with expert insight and interpretations that help you understand the applications of the regulation. Through the use of engaging video and knowledge checks, we break down the performance requirements of the OSHA Electric Power standards and answer frequently asked questions.
You can now get Frontline without the hassle and costs of logistics associated with classroom training. Frontline Online features proven principles and strategies about how to improve your skills and interact with others through videos, reading assignments, virtual exercises, knowledge checks, and personal assessments.
The computer-based training will be supplemented with optional Live webinar sessions!
The iPi Forum is a monthly virtual platform that allows real time interaction with your peers and experienced subject matter experts. Forums will include industry specific topics, challenges, trends, and solutions along with best practices in leadership, operations, and safety. By participating, you will be able to submit questions, polls, and topics ahead of each session and see real time responses during the sessions.
Our online webinars provide several Frontline microlearning experiences.
Webinar sessions that coincide with the Frontline Fundamentals Articles in the Incident Prevention magazine written by David McPeak, Director of Professional Development.
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