OSHA Safety Training

Blue Tuna OSHA safety training is designed for maintenance, production, warehousing and administrative personnel.  Blue Tuna partners with companies, training experts and human resource personnel throughout the United States to deliver training that is relevant and to the point.  Employers are obligated to ensure employees receive the training necessary to provide a safety culture within the workplace.  Blue Tuna is an on line OSHA training resource devoted to help in achieving these goals. Each individual company is responsible for determining the type of OSHA courses you need, however many of these courses are required for all employers.

OSHA Safety Training Course Details:



Number of Courses Available: 16

Training Author: Terry Tolleson

Course Certifications: AMT Awarded, FAA Approved

Date Added: April 8, 2012

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Back Safety


You only have one back and you need to know how to take care of it at work and at home. This course will teach you how back injuries occur, how to prevent back injuries and methods / procedures for lifting heavy loads. The view time on this course is 10 minutes, with a handout and 10 question quiz, for a total training time of 25 minutes.

Bloodborne Pathogens


Because of the serious nature of bloodborne pathogens, it’s important that employees understand what they are, how they are transmitted and how individuals can protect themselves. This training will help you control the transmission of bloodborne pathogens in the workplace.View time 30 minutes, total training time 45 minutes.

Confined Space Training


According to statistics compiled by California State University, Fullerton, about 2.1 million workers enter confined spaces every year. Thirty-nine of those workers never make it out alive. Another 6,000 workers are injured. Most confined space fatalities and injuries occur because employees are unaware of the inherent dangers, and are not properly equipped to handle hazardous situations. This training is designed as an introduction to the hazards of confined space work within the context of fuel cell shops. The purpose of these procedures will be to prevent hazardous materials exposure and injuries. This is a good introduction for Fuel and Paint Shops. Review to determine if appropriate for your shop. (Viewing length 18 minutes, 10 question quiz, student guide, total estimated training time 30 minutes.)

Corrosives Safety Training


Although OSHA does not offer specific regulations regarding corrosives, the safe use of all chemicals in the workplace, including corrosives is regulated by OSHA's hazard communication standard located in 29 CFR 1910.1200 The hazard communication standard requires companies to inform employees about the hazards of chemicals that are used in the workplace, including corrosives and how to protect themsevles from those hazards. This lesson covers corrosives, hazards of corrosives, labels, material safety data sheets (MSDSs), and first-aid procedures. The lesson also contains information on engineering controls, personal protective equipment (PPE), and safe work practices such as storage, handling, dispensing, and emergency procedures. View time 32 minutes, 50 minutes total time.

Electrical Safety Training


Blue Tuna’s Electrical Safety training per OSHA’s 29 CFR 1910 Subpart S is a robust training program designed to equip the employer and employee with the knowledge necessary to understand the hazards of electricity, identify and avoid common electrical hazards and follow safe work practices around electrical hazards. (Viewing length 22 minutes, 10 question quiz, 3 page student guide, total estimated training time 45 minutes.)

Eye Protection Safety Training


Designed to meet the OSHA requirement for Eye Protection, this training will guide your employees to an understanding of hazardous situations in the workplace, and how to protect their eyes from harm. View time 15 minutes, complete training time 30 minutes.

Fire Extinguisher Safety Training


Blue Tuna’s Fire Extinguisher Training is designed to meet the requirements of 29 CFR 1910.157. This training demonstrates the PASS method of operating a fire extinguisher, as well as the identification of types of fire and how to react. (Viewing length 15 minutes, 10 question quiz, 26 page student guide, total estimated training time 45 minutes.)

Forklift Operator Safety Training


According to the forklift regulations (Code of Federal Regulations (CFR) Title 29, Section 1910.178) anyone who operates a powered industrial truck—at your facility, that is a forklift—must receive training before operating the equipment. By the end of this training session, you will be able to: Understand the characteristics of a forklift, including differences from driving a car, controls and instruments, motor operation, steering, and other instructions, warnings, and precautions. Understand the basic principles of operating a forklift safely and skillfully. Identify the hazards of operating a forklift under various conditions in the workplace. Apply general principles for safely operating a forklift. Properly inspect and maintain a forklift. This serves as initial training and must be combined with training on a forklift at your workplace, training specific to conditions at the workplace, and any additional training specified in the forklift manufacturer’s instruction manual. (Viewing length 35 minutes, 10 question quiz, 2 page student guide, total estimated training time 1 hour.)

Hazardous Communications (HazCom) Training


Every employee has the RIGHT TO KNOW (1910.1200) about the chemicals they may come into contact within the workplace. This training will equip workers with information on identification of checmicals and the hazards they represent. (Viewing length 30 minutes, 10 question quiz, 3 page student guide, total estimated training time 1 hour.)

Hazmat Transportation Security Awareness Training


Shippers and carriers of certain highly hazardous materials must develop and implement security plans. In addition, all shippers and carriers of hazardous materials must assure that their employee training includes a security component. This training is designed as an introduction to meet this requirement. (View Time 23 minutes, 10 question quiz.) The training is divided into four sections, 1) Introduction 2) Potential Targets 3) Potential Threats and 4) Prevention Tools.

Lockout - Tagout Safety Training


Before any employee performs any servicing or maintenance on a machine or equipment where the unexpected energizing, startup, or release of stored energy could occur and cause injury, the machine or equipment must be isolated from the energy source and rendered inoperative. This training is designed to equip workers with information regarding lockout tagout procedures, and the importance of adhering to these safety rules. 29 CFR 1910.175 (Viewing length 20 minutes, 10 question quiz, 1 page student guide, total estimated training time 35 minutes.)

Machine Guarding Training


Blue Tuna’s Machine Guarding training per OSHA’s 29 CFR 1910.211f…. is designed to equip the employer and employee with the knowledge necessary to adhere to safe work practices in machine guarding. (Viewing length 22 minutes, 10 question quiz, 3 page student guide, total estimated training time 45 minutes.)

Personal Protection Equipment



Blue Tuna’s Personal Protective Equipment Program per OSHA’s 29 CFR 1910.132 is designed to equip both the employer and employee. Initial training is provided for supervisors. Supervisors will understand the PPE hazard assessment process, select appropriate PPE for the job, and show employees how to properly wear and care for PPE. (Viewing length 30 minutes, 10 question quiz, 28 page student guide, total estimated training time 1 hour.)

Respiratory Training



Respiratory Protection training provides information about respirator use in the workplace, conditions that impact their use and guidance important for employee health. This is a good introduction for Fuel and Paint Shops. Review to determine if appropriate for your shop. (Viewing length 17 minutes, 10 question quiz, 10 page student guide, total estimated training time 30 minutes.)

Sexual Harassment in the Workplace Training



Everyone has the right to work in an environment free from sexual harassment and to be evaluated solely on his or her work performance. This training is built from federal and state requirements. The training will review situations considered to be sexual harrassment and what steps should be taken to confront these behaviors. (Viewing length 20 minutes, 10 question quiz, total estimated training time 30 minutes.)

Violence in the Workplace Training



The General Duty Clause of the Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 says that employers must provide employees with a workplace “free from recognized hazards that are causing or are likely to cause death or serious physical harm. Workplace violence qualifies as such a recognized hazard, and it has resulted in death or serious injury to thousands of employees across the nation. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has not established workplace violence regulations. However, the agency has issued guidelines to encourage employers to take action against this threat to employee safety and well-being. This training session will focus on workplace violence and your role in helping to prevent and defuse violent situations. (Viewing length 20 minutes, 10 question quiz, 10 page student guide, total estimated training time 30 minutes.)