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Everyone should be able to work in a safe and healthy workplace. This class encourages employees to disclose concerns about domestic abuse and provides employees and agencies a best practice response to such concerns. Addressing the impacts and risks involved with domestic violence, places it into a process that employers and employees are already very familiar with - that of risk management, safety planning, and identifying and responding to employee misconduct. Training Requirements While there are no specific workplace domestic violence training requirements in state and federal law, the Occupational Safety and Health Act has a “general duty” clause that requires employers to maintain a safe and secure workplace free from recognized hazards.   Read More

Everyone should be able to work in a safe and healthy workplace. This class encourages employees to disclose concerns about domestic abuse and provides employees and agencies a best practice response to such concerns. Addressing the impacts and risks involved with domestic violence, places it into a process that employers and employees are already very familiar with - that of risk management, safety planning, and identifying and responding to employee misconduct. Read More

The goal of this course is to familiarize officers with the extent and scope of elder abuse in the U.S.  Family members, caregivers, loved ones, or others abuse approximately 5 million elderly persons in the United States every year. The Special Committee on Aging of the United States Senate reports that 84% of the elder abuse cases are never reported. The first of two classes in this series gives an opportunity for law enforcement officers to learn more about the hidden crime of elder abuse. The second class focuses more on Financial Exploitation. Read More

The goal of this class is to familiarize the officer with the extent and scope of elder abuse in the U.S.  Family members, caregivers, loved ones, or others abuse approximately 5 million elderly persons in the United States every year. The Special Committee on Aging of the United States Senate reports that 84% of the elder abuse cases are never reported. This the first of two classes in this series, it gives an opportunity for law enforcement officers to learn more about the hidden crime of elder abuse Read More

People who choose law enforcement as a profession will likely encounter high stress situations. This online training focuses students on the psychological elements causing stress, trauma, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD); identifying responses to various stressful situations, and the importance of strategies to maintain occupational, intellectual, spiritual and emotional wellness. Read More

Workplace fires and explosions kill hundreds and injure thousands of workers each year. This class is an opportunity to learn more about how to prevent fires and when necessary how to use a fire extinguisher to control their spreading. Training Requirements The Occupational Safety and Health Act (OSHA) has created a number of standards concerning fire safety. One requirement is that where the employer has provided fire extinguishers for employee use in the workplace, the employer shall also provide an educational program to familiarize employees with the general principles of fire extinguisher use and the hazards involved with incipient stage firefighting. This education must be provided to employees upon initial employment and at least annually thereafter. Read More

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