The most successful and important role of the EIA's risk control team is to provide cost-saving and effective training solutions. The EIA has helped thousands of member employees receive the safety and risk control training they need through our various training programs. Check out our various training opportunities below.
We have partnered with TargetSolutions to deliver an online training and safety/risk management platform of services. The web-based training program provides access to a wide range of training topics, many of which are free, and others at an EIA negotiated reasonable cost. This innovative service gives members “anytime, anywhere” access to quality, cost-effective, courses in a wide range of risk management topics as well as general business needs such as Microsoft Suite products.
The platform is streamlined and more efficient than traditional systems and contains several beneficial features, to include: a time-saving compliance tracking component, resource center, FleetSmart, data analytic capabilities and file center functions. Contact EIA Risk Control for additional information.
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Training can range from injury prevention to disaster preparedness to office ergonomics, and more. Contact EIA Risk Control for additional information.
This class is designed for anyone that may be required to conduct or participate in an accident investigation. Attendees will learn the definition of a hazard; how to classify hazards; what should be investigated; when an investigation should be accomplished and why; as well as who should conduct the investigation. Participants will acquire an understanding of what should be gained by the process and how to use the information that's been gathered.
This course is targeted at all public employees. Aging is a biological process. Learn how you can maintain better health, live longer, and take better care of your family. Help your organization start an employee wellness program. Attendees will learn:
In this module, we focus on lifting, an activity most often cited as the cause of back injuries. Attendees will learn and be able to demonstrate proper lifting techniques as well as what is meant by obtaining the "locked" position. We'll review lifting safeguards that can help employees maintain their health. At the end: Participants will recognize the importance of planning and posture with regards to safe lifting. Be able to explain what is meant by lock and lift. Proficiently demonstrate how to achieve the locked position. Identify what can be done to ensure safety during a lift.
The target audience for this course is supervisors and employees with occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens. We will review employer responsibilities pertaining to bloodborne pathogens and provide guidance in procedure development necessary to reduce employee risk. The learning objectives include:
Upon sucessful completion, this course will certify attendees to provide instruction on the skills necessary to effectively provide CPR, basic first aid and early AED intervention to those in need. CPR, First Aid and AED courses are also available individually to meet the needs of the requesting organization. Please inquire with CSAC EIA Loss Prevention for details on cost and class requirements.
The target audience for this training includes all employees who possess a class C driver license and drive for a public entity. Someone is killed about every two hours in California in a motor vehicle collision. Don’t become a grim statistic. Refresh your driving skills and learn how to survive on the highways. This training session is aimed at all employees who have a California Class C driver license and drive for a public entity. Attendees will learn:
This course will provide guidance to attendees in the event of a disaster at home or at work. Topics of discussion will include:
This program satisfies the requirement established by the Department of Transportation that supervisors participate in a two hour Reasonable Suspicion Drug Testing course. Throughout this course supervisors will expected to participate in interactive activities to sharpen their skills. Supervisors will learn:
This class is designed for those that participate in the development and/or implementation of IIPPs. The course lays out a simple and easy guide that is logical and set on improving the effectiveness of injury & illness prevention.
We will review employer responsibilities pertaining to hazardous substance management and will provide guidance in the development of the procedures necessary to reduce employee risk. The learning objectives will include:
The target audience for this course includes supervisors and employees who work in the outdoor environment. This course provides an overview of heat illness issues as they pertain to indoor and outdoor places of employment. Topics of discussion include:
Attendees of this course will be provided with information on how to reduce the risk associated with participating in client home visitations. Topics of discussion will include:
This course teaches the basic criteria for success. Attendees may be anyone interested or involved in the administration and/or approval of an Incentive Program. Addressed are:
This course introduces the fundamentals and applications of industrial ergonomics for improving equipment, tools, workplace, and job design. Risk Managers and supervisors as well as those tasked with health and safety duties will benefit from the course by understanding the basic design principles for human operators and current issues in industrial ergonomics. Topics covered include:
The target audience for this training includes supervisors and/or employees who have identified potentially hazardous noise exposure in the work environment. This training will review the concept of industrial noise exposure and hearing loss. Topics of discussion will include:
This course will introduce the attendee to the basic concepts and practices associated with the profession of industrial hygiene. In this class you will learn:
This course is aimed at Human Resource Managers and Supervisors who have the responsibility for recording workplace injuries and illnesses. The course also serves as an excellent refresher for risk managers, safety officers, and department heads. Attendees will learn:
This course serves as an excellent opportunity for supervisors, risk, contract, and project managers, safety officers, and department heads to gain an understanding of challenges associated with multi-employer worksites and how to overcome them. Attendees will learn:
This course serves as an excellent training opportunity for supervisors, risk managers, human resource managers, safety officers, safety coordinators, and department heads to learn how managing worker’s compensation can benefit your organization. Attendees will learn:
We will review procedures associated with indoor air quality investigation and risk management. Topics of discussion will include:
Target audience: all computer users. Supervisors are encouraged to attend so they acquire the skills to evaluate and improve their employees’ workstations. Participants will learn the definition of ergonomics and why it is important. The subject matter includes an overview of both the California & Federal Standards. Attendees will learn:
The target audience for this course includes supervisors and/or employees who have identified a need for respiratory protection in the work environment. This course will address the basics of respiratory protection requirements and the correct selection, use and maintenance of respirators. Topics of discussion will include:
This is an informative online training session on Understanding the Cal OSHA Aerosol Transmissible Disease (ATD) Standard. The class will review:
Participants in this class will learn the basic principles associated with safe lifting practices. Topics of discussion will include:
This course is designed for the supervisor and ‘on-the-line’ employee. It outlines what constitutes sexual harassment. Teaches participants how to recognize a "hostile environment"; affirmative defenses for an organization; appropriate responses to a complaint; launching an investigation, interviewing and documenting information; basic dos & don'ts; and, how to resolve conflict.
This class will be a comprehensive look at slips, trips and falls and will include both discussion and collaborative group activities. Throughout this course attendees will:
This class is designed to provide an increased awareness of the hazards associated with driving in inclement winter weather for any employee that travels on behalf of their organization. Topics of discussion will include:
The target audience for this course includes supervisors and/or employees who have identified a need for ventilation in the work environment. This course provides a general overview of workplace ventilation associated with the removal of hazardous substances from the occupational environment. Topics of discussion will include: