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Blog Author Angelique Sanders

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Thursday, July 09, 2009

Free Online Environmental & Health Safety Training

SafetySkills™ Direct makes six of their training courses available free to groups of 100 or fewer employees. It is called the Basic Safety Awareness Series. It consists of six environmental health and safety courses. Safety Skills Direct states that they make these courses available for free to help small businesses protect their employees from common workplace injuries.

The free courses include:

Basic Fire Safety
Basic Electrical Safety
Intro to HAZCOM
Flu Symptoms and Prevention Strategies
Flammable and Combustible Liquids
Material Handling
Walking and Working Surfaces

“We’re in the business of protecting employees. If we can help prevent an injury, and help small businesses stay in compliance with OSHA – we’ve done our job. But we hope that you will love our free courses so much that the next time you need training you’ll immediately think of SafetySkills,” said Trey Greene, President and CEO of noodleStream.com.

Courses have various lengths and include quizzes throughout the course material. An incorrect answer on a quiz triggers a review of the related material and a repeat of the quiz question. After successful completion of a course participants can print a personalized certificate.

SafetySkills™ Direct is for small businesses with 100 or fewer employees to train. For larger companies, SafetySkills™ Enterprise has advanced reporting features and also allows for course customization. For more information and to see demo courses visit the Safety Skills web site at: http://www.safetyskills.com.

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