NAPIM Safety First - Online Safety Training Modules
Responsive image The NAPIM Safety First program is a series of online safety training modules that are available for use by NAPIM member companies. This resource provides current employee health and safety training modules and safety training documentation and recordkeeping. The available training modules and descriptions are listed below. These online training modules can be used for group training (department safety meeting, etc.) or for individual employee training.

Features and Information

Individual Employee Training
  1. To utilize individual employee training
    • login as the account administrator or create new administrator account (see below)
    • Enter the employee identifier (any unique 9 digit number)
    • select the training module from the available modules
    • Allow employee time to complete the course (generally 30-40 minutes)
    Upon completion of the course an employee an online training record will be created documenting the employee's participation.
Group Training
  1. To utilize group training
    • login as the account administrator or create new administrator account (see below)
    • Select the appropriate training module to begin.
    • Conduct training session
    Group training does not permit the creation of online individual employee training records.
Administrator Account
  • Access all training modules
  • View all employee training records
  • Create employee accounts for individual training
  • Print or export training records
Costs
  1. Each training module is $15/course/employee via credit card or invoicing* Company billing information is designated in the NAPIM Safety First administrator's account.
  2. *Company invoicing must be pre-arranged. Complete the credit application and submit to the Alliance Safety Council
Support

Please contact George Fuchs (770-209-7291) or Ben Hopper (770-209-7289) of the NAPIM office for account access information.

Alliance Safety Council Support (844-930-4877)

Available Modules

  • Program Description: This computer-based course will provide you with basic information about the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) Hazard Communication Standard, which says you have a “Right-To- Understand” the chemical hazards in your workplace. The Haz Comm training module will also provide information on how to identify and work around hazardous materials. Specifically, this module will cover your employer’s written Haz Comm program; what makes a chemical hazardous; chemical labeling systems; and how to find and use a Safety Data Sheet. This module will also inform you of your employer’s duty to provide the OSHA-required training for hazardous chemicals. Finally, you will learn about protective measures to prevent exposure, including engineering solutions, monitoring, and personal protective equipment (PPE).Actuated Tools.
  • Course Length:45 - 60 minutes
  • Frequency Requirement: Initial/On changes
  • OSHA Regulation:1910.1200(h)(1),(2)(i) through (iii) and (3)(i) through (iv)

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Program Description: : This computer-based course will take a look at OSHA’s Personal Protective Equipment Standard, CFR 29 1910.132. We will begin by discussing some general information, including employer responsibilities, employee responsibilities, when to use PPE, what PPE is necessary and how to select PPE.

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Program Description:This computer-based course will improve your general safety awareness and personal safe work behaviors. More specifically, this program will provide you training on basic safety rules and regulations that General Industry abides by, as well as introduce you to best practices to perform your work safely. Please note, however, that this program WILL NOT replace the specific training that you will receive from your employer on each of the topics covered.
  • Course Length:30 minutes
  • Frequency Requirement: NA
  • OSHA Regulation:NA

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Program Description: This computer-based course will present the general requirements of OSHA’s Respiratory Protection Standard. This standard applies to work in General Industry, Shipyards, Marine Terminals, Longshoring and Construction.

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  • Program Description: This computer-based course will discuss the effect of noise on hearing; the purpose of hearing protectors; the advantages, disadvantages, and attenuation of the various types of hearing protectors; how to select, fit, use, and care for your hearing protection; the purpose of audiometric testing; and an explanation of the test procedures.
  • Course Length:45 - 60 minutes
  • Frequency Requirement:Initial/Annual
  • OSHA Regulation:1910.94(d)(11)(v);1910.95(k)(1) through;(3)(i) through (iii)

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Program Description: This computer-based course will cover terminology and definitions, training, classification of materials, documentation (shipping papers), packaging, labeling and placarding.

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Program Description: : This computer-based course will learn about General Tool Safety, Machine Guarding, Hand Tools, Electric Tools, Abrasive Wheel Tools, Pneumatic Tools, and Powder-Actuated Tools.
  • Course Length:45 - 60 minutes
  • Frequency Requirement:NA
  • OSHA Regulation: NA

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Program Description: This computer-based course is strictly to provide awareness information on OSHA’s HAZWOPER Standard and does not qualify you to respond to a hazardous material or waste release for control or mitigation purposes.

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Program Description: This computer-based course will cover Forklift Basics; Power-Operated Forklifts; Forklift Body Parts; Hydraulic System Parts, Inspection Checks; Safe Operation; and Material Handling.
  • Course Length:45 - 60 minutes
  • Frequency Requirement:Initial/demo. Inadequacy/deviation
  • OSHA Regulation: 1910.178(1)

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Program Description:This computer-based course will provide you with information so that you will know and can describe: Fire Basics and the classes of fires; Types of fire extinguishers and how you can identify them; and What training is needed.

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Program Description: : This computer-based course will cover some basic terms and definitions used for fall protection, training required, employer responsibilities, common fall protection systems, and the basics of elevated work. Please remember that more detailed and demonstrative training will be provided by your employer.
  • Course Length:45 - 60 minutes
  • Frequency Requirement:Initial/annual
  • OSHA Regulation: 1910.66

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Program Description: This computer-based course we will take a thorough look at OSHA’s Confined Space Standard. You will learn about Permit vs. Non-Permit Confined Spaces, Entry Procedures, Reclassifying Confined Spaces, Contractor Requirements, Permit-Required Confined Space Programs, Entry Permits, Training and Duties, and Rescue and Emergency Services.
  • Course Length:45 - 60 minutes
  • Frequency Requirement:Initial/upon change; demo. Inadequacy/deviation
  • OSHA Regulation: 1910.146

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Program Description: This computer-based course will present OSHA’s Standard CFR 1910.147 regarding the Control of Hazardous Energy (more commonly referred to as Lockout/Tagout). We will discuss in detail the purpose of the standard, hazardous energy, energy control programs, lockout/tagout procedures and special situations. This standard identifies safe work practices that are required for all employers in General Industry. It does not apply to construction, agriculture and maritime employment.

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Program Description: This computer-based course is an awareness program that will cover General Safety; Identification; Safe Usage; and Safe Cylinder Handling and Storage.
  • Course Length:45 - 60 minutes
  • Frequency Requirement:NA
  • OSHA Regulation: 1910.101

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Program Description:This computer-based course is to provide non-qualified workers awareness training that will assist them in working safely around energized electrical currents. This course will NOT make you qualified to work on energized systems.

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Program Description: This computer-based course is to provide you with some of the terms that you need to know concerning bloodborne pathogens. We will also provide you with information on how bloodborne pathogens can be transmitted. A review of OSHA’s Bloodborne Pathogen Standard will be provided, along with steps you can take, should an emergency occur. b Your employer will provide you with more in-depth training on their bloodborne pathogen policies and procedures, along with specific training on Hepatitis B and C viruses and human immunodeficiency virus (HIV).

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Program Description: This computer-based course you will learn about the anatomy of your back, causes of back pain, lifting safely, carrying and placing the load, alternatives to lifting, and maintaining a healthy back.
  • Course Length:45 - 60 minutes
  • Frequency Requirement:NA
  • OSHA Regulation: NA

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Program Description:This computer-based course will explain the purpose of accident/incident investigations in the workplace and help you understand your role in the accident/incident investigation process, including: Accidents, Incidents, Near Misses, Catastrophes, Fatalities, and Catastrophic Events
  • Course Length:45 - 60 minutes
  • Frequency Requirement:NA
  • OSHA Regulation: NA

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Program Description: This computer-based course is intended to provide you with basic information about how fires start and how to prevent and extinguish various types of fires.
  • Course Length:45 - 60 minutes
  • Frequency Requirement:NA
  • OSHA Regulation: NA

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Program Description: This computer-based course will discuss ergonomics, work-related musculoskeletal problems, and how applying ergonomic principles to your work area or job task(s) can reduce work-related musculoskeletal disorders (WMSD).
  • Course Length:45 - 60 minutes
  • Frequency Requirement:NA
  • OSHA Regulation: OSHA Guidance

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