Training Courses

HIPAA Compliance

Our HIPAA Privacy and Security training course was developed by industry experts for the purpose of providing professionals with knowledge of federal guidelines concerning the privacy and security of the Title II provision of the Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA), remaining compliant with HIPAA guidelines, effectively communicating confidential written, verbal and electronic information, properly reporting breaches and non-compliance, as evidenced by enhanced, positive patient/professional relationship that is respectful of privacy and confidentiality.

Bloodborne Pathogens

The Bloodborne Pathogens course is an excellent teaching resource that educates employees who handle or may come in contact with human blood and/or bodily fluids on how to stay protected against exposure and what to do in case of an exposure.

Sexual Harassment

Sexual harassment in the workplace is a serious issue that affects many employees and organizations. This affects the mental and physical health of an employee as well as the environment in which employees work. In this course you will learn about the types of sexual harassment, legalities associated, behaviors displayed, and actions that can be taken to prevent and handle these issues in the workplace.

Texas H.B. 300

The Texas House Bill 300 (H.B. 300) expands the existing privacy requirements, of the Texas Medical Records Privacy Act, to any individual or organization that has access to the Protected Health Information (PHI) or sensitive Personal Information (SPI) of any Texas resident, regardless of where they are located. In this course you will learn about the patient rights, procedures, and fines associated with non-compliance.

HIPAA And Texas H.B. 300 Training Course Bundle

Federal HIPAA and Texas H.B. 300 is enforced by the Office for Civil Rights (OCR) and the Texas Attorney General. Combined federal and state fines vary from $5,000 to $3 million. There were 13,020,821 health records breached in 2018. The Office for Civil Rights recommends periodic HIPAA training. Although they do not specifically state it should be conducted annually, rather when there is a change in personnel or when technology changes. We recommend that anyone handling Protected Health Information (PHI) have annual HIPAA training, and anyone handling PHI for Texas residents have annual Texas H.B. 300 training to fully document training compliance. This not only includes medical personnel, but also dental personnel, schools, universities, researchers, IT service providers, court reporters, government agencies, or anyone who may come in contact with PHI.

Workplace Violence

Employers must take steps to make sure the workplace is safe. It is critical that business, labor, social, and health services, education, law enforcement, and government undertake a collaborative approach to workplace violence prevention.

Ergonomics

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number one reason identified for missing work is musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). MSDs are injuries or pain in the musculoskeletal system caused by trauma to an area, postural strain, repetitive movements, and overuse. In this course you will learn about ergonomic risk factors, MSD symptoms, and how to left and carry objects safely.

Ergonomics Training Course

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the number one reason identified for missing work is musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). MSDs are injuries or pain in the musculoskeletal system caused by trauma to an area, postural strain, repetitive movements, and overuse. In this course you will learn about ergonomic risk factors, MSD symptoms, and how to left and carry objects safely.
The Ergonomics training course will identify ergonomic risk factors, recognize MSD signs and symptoms, and how to avoid injuries on the job.
Workers can suffer a disproportionately high number of work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs). This module provides a general overview of ergonomics–what it is, how it can be used to help design a safe work place, and why all workers should know and understand how excessive work demands can lead to increased risk of work-related MSDs. It will also explain some solutions that can be implemented to reduce the risk of work-related MSDs for many types of jobs.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for Dental Professionals Training Course

Workplace injuries and illness can occur due to not having or wearing the correct personal protective equipment available for a specific task. Personal protective equipment, commonly referred to as “PPE”, is equipment worn to minimize exposure to hazards that cause workplace injuries and illnesses. In this course you will learn about the types of PPE and how to identify and wear the appropriate PPE for different scenarios or situations.

Fire Prevention and Response Training Course

Emergency planning and training can directly influence the outcome of an emergency situation. Well-prepared employees and well-developed preparedness plans are likely to incur less physical damage and fewer or less severe employee injuries. Preparing ahead of time for an emergency incident is critical for ensuring that employers and employees have the appropriate equipment, know where to go, and how to be safe in the event of an emergency.

Hazard Communication Dental Training Course

Inappropriate handling, use, and disposal of chemicals have been responsible for injuries, illnesses, and environment pollution. In this course you will learn about how the dental industry is exposed to chemical hazards and toxic substances, the importance of establishing a communication plan, and the rolls or tasks associated with compliance.
Several countries, such as Canada, China, France, and the U.S., each take HSE (Health, safety, and the Environment) very seriously when it comes to employees. As a result, OSHA created regulations regarding the storage, availability, handling, and communication of hazards due to chemical exposures since over 40 million workers work with and are potentially exposed to one or more chemical hazards in their workday.
The disseminated information MUST be organized or created by employers for appropriate locations and personnel in a formal, well-documented plan covering inventory, product labels, safety data sheets, and protective devices.
This program is intended for workplaces that do not manufacture, import or distribute hazardous chemicals. This information MUST be available for all personnel to reference at the initial assignment and BEFORE using potentially hazardous chemicals, materials, substances, combinations, or compounds. Additionally, whenever a new chemical is introduced into their work area, training must be provided before being used.

Hazard Communications Industrial Training Course

Inappropriate handling, use, and disposal of chemicals have been responsible for injuries, illnesses, and environment pollution. In this course you will learn about how the industrial industry is exposed to chemical hazards and toxic substances, the importance of establishing a communication plan, and the rolls or tasks associated with compliance.
Several countries, such as Canada, China, France, and the U.S., each take HSE (Health, safety, and the Environment) very seriously when it comes to employees. As a result, OSHA created regulations regarding the storage, availability, handling, and communication of hazards due to chemical exposures since over 40 million workers work with and are potentially exposed to one or more chemical hazards in their workday.
The disseminated information MUST be organized or created by employers for appropriate locations and personnel in a formal, well-documented plan covering inventory, product labels, safety data sheets, and protective devices.
This program is intended for workplaces that do not manufacture, import or distribute hazardous chemicals. This information MUST be available for all personnel to reference at the initial assignment and BEFORE using potentially hazardous chemicals, materials, substances, combinations, or compounds. Additionally, whenever a new chemical is introduced into their work area, training must be provided before being used.

Hazcom for Medical and Healthcare Professionals Training Course

Inappropriate handling, use, and disposal of chemicals have been responsible for injuries, illnesses, and environment pollution. In this course you will learn about how the medical industry is exposed to chemical hazards and toxic substances, the importance of establishing a communication plan, and the rolls or tasks associated with compliance.
Several countries, such as Canada, China, France, and the U.S., each take HSE (Health, safety, and the Environment) very seriously when it comes to employees. As a result, OSHA created regulations regarding the storage, availability, handling, and communication of hazards due to chemical exposures since over 40 million workers work with and are potentially exposed to one or more chemical hazards in their workday.
The disseminated information MUST be organized or created by employers for appropriate locations and personnel in a formal, well-documented plan covering inventory, product labels, safety data sheets, and protective devices. This program is intended for workplaces that do not manufacture, import or distribute hazardous chemicals.
This information MUST be available for all personnel to reference at the initial assignment and BEFORE using potentially hazardous chemicals, materials, substances, combinations, or compounds. Additionally, whenever a new chemical is introduced into their work area, training must be provided before being used.

Medicare Fraud, Waste and Abuse Training Course
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for Industrial Professionals Training Course

Workers can suffer mild to serious injury because of not wearing or having the right PPE available for the specific job. Personnel cross-industry think they are exempt because they believe their work is not associated with physical risks. Therefore, it is important to recognize the dangers – regardless of the task. PPE is in place by several governing bodies to keep us safe at work and mitigate challenges. Knowing the equipment needed for your head, hands, eyes, face, feet, ears, respiratory system, and total body can make the difference or produce a favorable outcome when dangerous situations are present.

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) for Medical Professionals Training Course

Workplace injuries and illness can occur due to not having or wearing the correct personal protective equipment available for a specific task. Personal protective equipment, commonly referred to as “PPE”, is equipment worn to minimize exposure to hazards that cause workplace injuries and illnesses. In this course you will learn about the types of PPE and how to identify and wear the appropriate PPE for different scenarios or situations.

COVID-19 Employee Training Course

This course is designed to keep people as safe as can be. The news and guidelines for COVID-19, the safety mandates, and vaccine information changes nearly daily. Therefore, we are constantly adding information in an addendum at the back of the course to ensure the links provided are relevant to any changes we are aware of from our governing bodies and federal agencies.
This information is merely meant to be a guide and does not substitute for research and planning on your behalf or behalf of your company or organization. Your local jurisdiction might be more stringent than your state or federal mandates.

COVID-19 Employer Training Course

This course is designed to keep people as safe as can be. The news and guidelines for COVID-19, the safety mandates, and vaccine information changes nearly daily. Therefore, we are constantly adding information in an addendum at the back of the course to ensure the links provided are relevant to any changes we are aware of from our governing bodies and federal agencies.
This information is merely meant to be a guide and does not substitute for research and planning on your behalf or behalf of your company or organization. Your local jurisdiction might be more stringent than your state or federal mandates.

Cultural Diversity Training Course

We evaluate our environment through our culture, so it can be tough to see a culture that’s either different or contradictory to ours. Due to this, we may develop preconceived notions about certain cultures that may cause us to discriminate. This course will provide the tools you need to understand, converse with, and efficiently interact with different people with all sorts of cultural backgrounds.
The positive impact of cultural diversity in the workplace can be seen through improved worker motivation, a larger pool of different perspectives, lower employer turnover and supportive community relations. The more diverse employee backgrounds, the higher the chance of a multitude of solutions to obstacles and to creating a competitive advantage. The benefit of cultural diversity in the workplace is immeasurable because employee diversity brings a wide array of various training and experience to the workforce. Each member of the organization can embrace the large array of expertise from others.
Our Cultural Diversity training course will increase employee self-awareness on diversity related issues such as sterotyping, and cross-cultural insensitivities, and will also promote understanding of differences among the workforce.

Respiratory Protection Training Course

Respiratory protection routinely ranks among the top 10 most often violated OSHA regulations. This course provides the required annual OSHA respiratory protection training (29 CFR 1910.134). When employees finish this course, they will know how important it is to protect themselves and be able to choose, use, and maintain the right protection for the workplace. Respirators are required for workers in areas with insufficient oxygen or hazardous dust, fogs, smoke, mists, fumes, gases, vapors, or sprays. Different risks require the use of different types of respirators. Training employees on how to choose and use the right respirator is important to ensure their safety. Respiratory protection training is essential for safeguarding employees against risks such as increased breathing rates, faster heartbeat, reduced cognition, and loss of coordination. When a worker is doing a job that could be dangerous, even a small loss of coordination can kill them