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​The primary purpose of this online training course is to provide security officers with an understanding of the fundamental principles of effective and professional reporting.   Read More

This social media series discusses newer technologies and tips for using them wisely for communication. In addition, the course also explores some of the misuses of technology and ways to protect ourselves and our children in this technological age.  It discusses implications for law enforcement when using social media (the advantages, the disadvantages, and tips for using it as an investigatory tool). In addition, the course also explores social media strategy and policy development, as well as officer internet safety. Read More

Safety on the job is more than just wearing protective equipment and following safety procedures. This class discusses workplace injury warning signs and proper ergonomic and Video Display Terminal (VDT) safety techniques used in order to avoid these injuries. Job aids include a workstation safety checklist and effective stretches. Training Requirements Maine law requires that if employees work at a computer for more than four hours in a row on most days, the employer must train them on how to use the computer safely so they won't get hurt and about the right way to adjust the employee’s workstation. Employers must train employees within the first month after hiring and then once a year. Read More

Safety on the job is more than just wearing protective equipment and following safety procedures. This class discusses workplace injury warning signs and proper ergonomic and Video Display Terminal (VDT) safety techniques used in order to avoid these injuries. Job aids include a workstation safety checklist and effective stretches. Training Requirements If employees work at a computer for more than four hours in a row on most days, the employer should train them on how to use the computer safely so they won't get hurt and about the right way to adjust the employee’s workstation. Employers should train employees within the first month after hiring and then once a year. Read More

Harassment in the workplace produces harmful effects for everyone involved, to include the victim, co-workers, the harasser, the employer and the organization overall. This presentation is an opportunity to learn what everyone should know about workplace harassment.  Training Requirements By Maine law, any employer with more than 15 employees must conduct sexual harassment training within a year from the date an employee is hired. In addition, employers are annually required to give written notice about workplace harassment to all employees. Read More

This class addresses the issue of workplace harassment which carries special responsibilities for supervisors and managers. With the historical rise of harassment complaints, supervisors and managers need to be well informed about workplace harassment laws, regulations, and practices in order to properly manage the workplace and maintain a positive work environment. Please note that the Workplace Harassment Class for Employees is a prerequisite for this class. Training Requirements By Maine law, any employer with more than 15 employees must conduct sexual harassment training within a year from the date an employee is hired. Any newly promoted supervisor must also be trained within a year of promotion. Read More

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