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Equipment and Tool Hazards

Course Info

Employees who use hand and power tools are exposed to the hazards of falling, flying, abrasive, and splashing objects, or to harmful dusts, fumes, mists, vapors, or gases.  This course will inform workers on how to recognize the hazards associated with the different types of tools and the appropriate safety precautions.

Frequently Asked Questions

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Sure do! Wallet sized and Certificate sized. Both will be available for download upon completion of your course.
Almost. You must sign up with a valid business name and address so that your tickets meet minimum legislation requirements. Workplace training is the responsibility of the employer, so any training you take while unemployed is likely not to be of any benefit. If you’re unemployed, but plan on working for a specific company in the near future, you could ask them about signing up under their company.
You will be able to log in to your account at any time in the future to re-print your ticket. There's no waiting on a company to send you a new one in the mail with us!

Course Outline

Title
Length
Hot Work
12 mins
Welding, Cutting and Grinding
12 mins
Saws, Grinders and Drill Presses
9 mins
Compressed Air and Pneumatic Tools
13 mins
Lithium Batteries
13 mins
Chainsaws
8 mins
Powder-Actuated Tools
16 mins
Pressure Washer Safety
7 mins
Kitchen Knives
5 mins
Box Cutter Knives
6 mins
Hand Trucks
8 mins
Total
1 hr(s) and 49 min(s)

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