In2Vate LMS Library
- Discrimination (School K-12)
- Ethics in Action
- Prevention of Harassment & Discrimination
- Sexual Harassment (School K-12)
- Sexual Harassment – Higher Education Version
- Sexual Harassment Prevention- California
Target audience: Managers/Supervisors
Self-paced; 6 intermediary quiz questions throughout, with a 5-question quiz at the end, requiring a correct response before proceeding Responsive to the requirements of AB1825; Downloadable resource documents included; Ability to ‘ask a trainer’ a question. Running time: 133:21 (excluding quiz)
- Sexual Harassment Prevention – Employees
Target Audience: Employees
Self-paced; Quiz consists of 10 scenarios requiring trainee to apply principles learned to workplace situations, and requires a correct answer before proceeding Running time: 15:02 (excluding quiz)
- Sexual Harassment Prevention Training
- TRAC (Teamwork • Respect • Awareness • Communication)
TRAC is a multi-purpose workplace risk management module for all employees. TRAC reinforces your efforts to prevent workplace wrongdoing and makes employees aware of issues important to your institution, such as tolerance, harassment, theft, workers’ compensation fraud and retaliation, diversity, safety, violence, and conflict resolution. With TRAC, employees can receive basic workplace training and orientation in just a few minutes. TRAC can also be customized by integrating your specific policies and procedures into the training, helping generate greater impact and personal value for your employees.
- Accident Scene Management
Every day, drivers are involved in motor vehicle emergencies and accidents. The goal of this training program is to instruct participants on the procedures to follow should they become involved in a motor vehicle accident. The topics discussed include: Accident Facts; Preparedness; and Managing the Accident Scene. Quiz.
- Backing Safely-R is for Reverse
- Basics of Defensive Driving Part I
Motor vehicle accidents are the number one cause of death in the workplace. This training module helps participants understand the basic components of defensive driving including: understanding the definition of defensive driving; how to recognize unsafe driving practices; being aware of general methods for preventing accidents; and identifying safe practices for driving in various inclement weather conditions.
- Defensive Driving-Changing Lanes Safely (GB)
Provides participants with an awareness of the hazards associated with changing lanes while driving and introduces techniques to minimize risks. Reviews common accidents cause by making lane changes; analyzes traffic scenarios to understand the hazards involved and discusses what to do to prevent accidents from occurring; reviews basic defensive driving strategies.
- Defensive Driving-Driving Safely in School Zones
Provides participants with tips for driving safely in school zones. Topics include basic defensive driving reminders, conducting a pre-trip inspection, remaining alert in school zones for children and drivers of other vehicles, following signage posted in school zones, times to avoid driving in school zones, crosswalks and obeying crossing guards.
- Defensive Driving-Intersections
Provides participants with information on the problems intersections present to drivers, reviews the signs and signals present in intersections and discusses what drivers can do to avoid becoming involved in an intersection accident.
- Defensive Driving-Reducing Deer Related Accidents
Designed to provide participants with information on how to safely navigate the roads during peak deer movement season, which is during the months of October though December.
- Defensive Driving-Reducing Springtime Weather Accidents (GB)
Explores the hazards of driving in springtime weather conditions and reiterates the principles of defensive driving for these conditions. Topics include basic defensive driving reminders, necessary vehicle maintenance for spring driving conditions, techniques for driving on wet roads, in flooding, when tornadic activity threatens, fog and potholes.
- Defensive Driving-Reducing Winter Weather Accidents
Explores the hazards of driving in winter weather conditions and reiterates the principles of defensive driving for these conditions. Topics include basic defensive driving reminders, necessary vehicle maintenance for winter driving conditions, definitions of weather service alerts, techniques for driving on snow covered/icy roads, driving near snow plows, and measures to take if the vehicle skids or becomes stuck in the snow.
- Defensive Driving-Safe Following Distance
Provides participants with information on why rear-end collisions occur and how to avoid them. Topics discussed include: driver reaction time; braking distance; following distance; Four Second Rule; unsafe following distance scenarios; tailgating, freeway driving; and a review of defensive driving techniques.
- General Auto Risk Program for Drivers
Motor vehicle accidents contribute to a large number of injuries, property loss and death. Understanding and following safe driving practices is the key to avoiding the risk of accidents. This training program provides participants with the knowledge of how to operate their vehicle safely. Topics include: Basic Defensive Driving Principles, Vehicle Maintenance and Inspection, City Driving, Highway Driving/Rural Areas, Interstate Driving, Adverse Weather Conditions, Reckless/Aggressive Drivers, and Accident Procedures.
- Van Safety Training Higher Ed
- Van Safety Training School
- Mandatory Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting (ASCIP)
- Special Education Liabilities – (25 minutes) Individuals taking this course will learn about the laws that affect the rights of disabled students, learn to recognize potential legal liability, identify remedial action to be taken, and be able to train and supervise staff who are responsible for the care of students with disabilities.
- VIPs Training – (25 minutes) Very Important Points for Very Important People (VIPs) is a 25-minute interactive new employee training module designed to provide a basic orientation to employees. The program highlights seven important areas with which all employees should be familiar before they start their job duties. These subjects include mandatory child abuse reporting requirements, instructions for summoning emergency help and ways for employees to avoid liability—for themselves as well as for their districts.
- Americans With Disabilities Act (ADA)
- Americans With Disabilities Act (School K-12)
- Family Medical Leave Act (FMLA) 4. Interviewing Strategies
- Job Applications
- Personnel Files
Well-kept employee personnel records are perhaps the most important management tools available to an employer. This module discusses the types of documented information typically kept in personnel files, what information should be kept in a separate location, and who should have access to the information. The module later applies the Core Principles of SMART RISK MANAGEMENT to managing personnel files.
- Sensitivity Basics: Creating Positive Working Relationships
Organizations should support their employees in acting sensitively and respectfully in all workplace settings. This module discusses what sensitivity is and what it is not, sensitive values versus sensitive behaviors, respecting others’ boundaries, seeing things from another’s perspective, avoiding insensitive situations, and how to develop basic sensitivity skills. Specific areas include sexual insensitivity, stereotyping, faith in the workplace, as well as other issues to consider.
- Smart Hiring
- Workers Compensation
- Workers’ Compensation, FMLA, ADA, ADAAA
This training course covers the details of pertinent laws including: The Federal Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA) Any applicable state, pregnancy, family, or medical leave laws The Federal Pregnancy Discrimination Act (included in Title VII) The Federal Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA), as amended effective January 1, 2009 State’s disability discrimination laws
- Workplace Investigations
- Wrongful Termination
Risk Management for the Workplace
- Accident and Injury Procedures
This training program provides information on the procedures to take should an employee become involved in an accident.
- Accident Investigation Techniques
- California Ethics Training
- Collective Risk Management Training
- Determining the Root Cause of Accidents
- FACTA—Higher ED: Identity Theft “Red Flag” Regulatory Compliance Guidance
- Fair and Accurate Credit Transaction Act (FACTA)
- Theft, Violence and Unsafe Acts
Employees often cite safety as their primary job concern. This module discusses methods of preventing and managing unsafe acts such as safety violations, as well as substance use and abuse, how to spot potential safety violations and how to manage those that happen, and types of employer liability if risks are not properly managed.
- Unsafe Acts
- Violence Prevention
Bullying/Cyberbullying Prevention provides schools, daycare providers, religious education programs, and other youth-oriented organizations with information, resources, and training to help prevent bullying and other violent behaviors. Bullying/Cyberbullying prevention addresses (1) the warning signs that someone is a bully, (2) the warning signs that someone is a target, and (3) the appropriate responses by caring adults. Running Time: 31:43
- Playground Safety Inspection Program
Provides information on inspecting playgrounds for safety, including types of playground equipment, ground protection, and other hazards routinely encountered on the playground. Quiz.
- Playground Safety Supervisor Training
The goal of this training program is to provide participants with information on how to properly supervise students during recess activities. This program also discusses the legal and moral responsibilities of a playground supervisor and provides guidelines for handling playground injuries and emergency situations.
- School Hazard Identification Training Program
- School Safety Strategies Series: Final Exam (GB)
Comprehensive, 44-question Final Exam that reinforces the important elements pertinent to each of the 12 training modules. Question format includes multiple, choice, T/F and fill-in-the-blank.
- Sexual Violence and Discrimination – Higher Ed (Commercial)
- Sexual Violence and Discrimination – Higher Ed (E-guide)
- Sexual Violence and Discrimination – Higher Ed (Employee)
- Sexual Violence and Discrimination – Higher Ed (Student)
- Smarter Adults-Safer Children: Preventing Child Sexual Abuse
Sexual Abuse Sexual Abuse Prevention creates adult awareness on sexual abuse and teaches adults how to prevent such abuse. With a target audience of employees, volunteers, and other caring adults, Sexual Abuse Prevention overviews (1) what is sexual abuse, (2) the damage caused by sexual abuse, (3) the warning signs of sexual abuse and of abusers, (4) how to respond appropriately, and (5) what caring adults can do about sexual abuse on their campuses and in their communities.
- Smarter Adults-Safer Children: Substance Abuse Prevention
- Smarter Adults-Safer Children: Technology Safety and Security
Technology Safety & Security outlines safety and security issues and teaches adults how to protect young people in the world of electronic communication. This program covers (1) technology exposures, (2) the warnings signs of potential technology-related abuse or misuse, (3) proactive strategies for protection, and (4) appropriate responses to technology-related abuse or misuse. Running time: 42:32 (excluding quiz)
- Smarter Adults-Safer Children: Preventing Child Sexual Abuse Refresher
- Tornado Preparedness for Schools (GB)
Administrators, teachers and staff have a higher duty of care as they are responsible for the health and safety of children at school and during school-sponsored activities. The topics discussed in this training module go beyond a basic understanding of tornado safety and include: establishing expectations; identifying shelter areas; completing pre-season tasks and drills; and implementing a post-event plan.
- Violence (School K-12)
- Workplace Mold
- Accident Prevention (Safety Short)
This program provides a short synopsis of how to prevent accidents in the workplace.
- Bloodborne Pathogens-Safety Short (GB)
Safety short on protecting yourself from bloodborne pathogen exposure.
- Electrical Safety-Safety Short (GB)
This program provides an overview on working safely with electrical equipment.
- Emergency Procedures Safety Short (GB)
This program emphasizes the importance of knowing what to do in case of an emergency that requires taking shelter or evacuating a building/job site.
- Fire Prevention & Protection Safety Short (GB)
Safety short on basic fire prevention and how to use a fire extinguisher
- Hand and Power Tools Safety Short (GB)
This program provides an overview of how to work safely when using hand and power tools.
- Hazard Communication-Safety Short (GB)
Safety short on basic hazard communication principles including using chemicals safety and understanding MSDSs.
- Housekeeping Safety Short (GB)
Safety short on basic housekeeping practices.
- Ladder Safety-Safety Short (GB)
Safety short on basic principles of using ladders safely.
- Lockout/Tagout Safety Short (GB)
Safety short on basic lockout/tagout principles.
- PPE- Personal Protective Equipment Safety Short (GB)
Safety short on PPE including: eye protection, foot protection, hearing protection, hand protection and head protection.
- Safe Lifting Practices-Safety Short (GB)
Safety short that illustrates how to lift objects safely.
- Slip, Trip, Fall Safety Short (GB)
Safety short on preventing injuries due to basic slip, trip and fall exposures.
Spanish Language Training Courses
- Acoso Sexual
- Acoso Sexual en California
- Bloodborne Pathogens-Spanish (GB)
Presented in Spanish–describes the types of bloodborne pathogens (BBP) and explores the ways that they can be transmitted in the workplace. Reviews the requirements for maintaining a formal BBP Exposure Control Plan and provides requirements necessary for adequate personal protective equipment, housekeeping practices and safe work practices. Discusses measures for reducing exposures to bloodborne pathogens.
- Identifying Strain and Exertion
Exposures Spanish (Generic) Presented in Spanish. Explores the contributing factors of strain and exertion injuries; how to identify potential strain and exertion related tasks; and how to implement corrective actions to minimize exertion related injuries. Includes practice scenarios in which participants identify strain and exertion exposures and offer solutions for minimization.
- Personal Protective Equipment-Spanish
- Preventing Back Injuries-Spanish
Student Related Risks
- K-12 Student Violence Overview
- K-12 Student-to-student Sexual Harassment
- Student-to-Student Sexual Harassment
- Basic Lockout/Tagout Safety
The purpose of this course is to familiarize participants with the requirements of the lockout/tagout standards set forth by OSHA that relate to the release of stored hazardous energy during servicing and maintenance of machines. Topics discussed include: Basic Lockout/Tagout Safety; Preventing Hazardous Energy Release; Control of Hazardous Energy; Lockout/Tagout Procedures; Lockout/Tagout Devices; When to Perform Lockout/Tagout; Lockout Procedures; Effectiveness of Lockouts; Tagouts; Limitations of Tags; Requirements for Tagout Devices; Employees Involved in Lockout/Tagouts; Authorized Employees; Responsibilities of Other Employees; Quiz.
- Bloodborne Pathogens for Schools
Describes the types of bloodborne pathogens (BBP) and explores the ways that they can be transmitted in the workplace. Reviews the requirements for maintaining a formal BBP Exposure Control Plan and provides requirements necessary for adequate personal protective equipment, housekeeping practices and safe work practices. Discusses measures for reducing exposures to bloodborne pathogens.
- Cart Operator Safety Training
- Disaster Planning 101 (GB)
Provides information on the essentials of Disaster Planning and the value of emergency preparedness both at work and at home. Topics covered include: significant disasters throughout history and how they have impacted modern civilization; predicting, preparing and planning for disaster; understanding the threats that can impact your organization; conducting a formal threat assessment; safety compliance; response methods; guidelines for food, water, emergency supplies and equipment; creating an emergency plan; conducting drills; and resources for additional information.
- Electrical Safety (GB)
Provides participants with information on the basics of electricity; including safe work practices and special environments.
- Employee and Family Disaster Preparedness Training (GB)
Provides employees and their families with information on how to be prepared at home and at work in the event of a disaster. Topics include: www.Ready.gov; assembling a disaster preparedness kit; developing a family plan; determining whether or not to evacuate or shelter in place; and informational resources for Family Disaster Planning.
- Fire Prevention Practices (GB)
Discusses fire prevention practices and procedures to take in the event of a fire. Topics include creating an Emergency Action Plan; maintaining your workspace in an orderly manner; refraining from the use of candles; proper storage of flammable materials; using electrical equipment responsibly; knowing what to do in the event of a fire; portable fire extinguishers; and fire protection and life safety systems.
- Forklift Safety Basics for General Industry
Discusses how to minimize the likelihood of a forklift-related accident in the workplace. Teaches participants the dangers associated with unsafe forklift use in the workplace; provides an understanding of basic forklift operation requirements; defines the rules that apply to driving forklifts; and reviews the elements of a daily forklift inspection.
- General Industry Asbestos Awareness
This training program provides participants with basic information about asbestos and its hazards and identifies typical asbestos-containing materials within work areas. The training does not qualify employees to work with asbestos-containing materials.
- GHS Hazard Communication
- Hearing Protection
Noise is defined as an unpleasant or unwanted sound, but it can be more than that. It can be a severe health hazard. This training program discusses the following topics: Loss of hearing due to exposure to loud noises and personal protective equipment that can be used to prevent hearing loss. Upon successful completion of this training module, participants will be able to describe the hazards associated with high noise levels; identify related responsibilities of the employer and employee, including the employer’s responsibility to create a Hearing Conservation Program when required; describe the purpose of hearing tests, and test procedures for workers in high noise level environments; identify the types of hearing protectors, including their purposes, advantages, disadvantages, and attenuation; and describe the process of selecting, fitting, use, care and cleaning of various hearing protection devices.
- Identifying Strain and Exertion
Exposures Explores the contributing factors of strain and exertion injuries; how to identify potential strain and exertion related tasks; and how to implement corrective actions to minimize exertion related injuries. Includes practice scenarios in which participants identify strain and exertion exposures and offer solutions for minimization.
- Lunchroom Safety Supervisor
Provides lunchroom supervisors with information on how to properly supervise students during lunch time activities and informs them of their legal and moral responsibilities as a supervisor. This program is also designed to instruct you on how to handle student injuries and emergency situations.
- Means of Egress
Focuses awareness on the importance of exits within the workplace as a means of escape in the event of a life threatening event. Topics include defining “Means of Egress;” Exit Components; Exit Requirements; Factors Compromising the Means of Egress; and Safety and Compliance.
- Office Ergonomics Defined
- Office Workstation Safety (GB)
Provides participants with the correct information on how to work safely at a computer workstation. Topics include: workplace organization; maintaining neutral body positions; avoiding eyestrain; sustaining good physical condition; and exercises to stretch tired muscles.
- Office Workstation Safety for Supervisors (GB)
Intended for use by supervisors to help them identify the hazards that employees face at their workstations. Topics include: workplace organization; maintaining neutral body positions; avoiding eyestrain; sustaining good physical condition; and exercises to stretch tired muscles.
- Personal Protective Equipment
Discusses the importance of utilizing Personal Protective Equipment (PPE); explains OSHA’s requirements for access to and utilization of PPE; and explores the functions and use of common articles of PPE including: gloves, eye protection, head protection, hearing protection and respiratory protection.
- Portable Fire Extinguishers Part 1
Provides a basic overview of the main causes of fire and the types of fire extinguishers that are designed to extinguish and control fires.
- Portable Fire Extinguishers Part 2
Provides a basic overview of the main causes of fire and the types of fire extinguishers that are designed to extinguish and control fires.
- Preparation for Physical Activity
The goal of this training program is to teach you how to prepare your body and mind for the physical activity you may be performing during your daily work tasks. Topics include: maintaining flexibility; costs of musculoskeletal injuries; the importance of warming up; back pain and injuries; preventing muscle strains and sprains; and stretching exercises for hands, wrists, shoulders, upper and lower back, and legs.
- Preventing Back Injuries
- Preventing Slips, Trips and Falls
This training module covers preventing the occurrence of slip, trip and fall injuries in the workplace. Topics include: Recognizing the costs associated with slip, trip and fall related injuries; identification of the leading causes of slip, trip and fall injuries associated with the physical workplace environment; identification of the leading causes for slip, trip and fall injuries associated with employee behaviors; and preventive actions that employers and employees should take to reduce the risk for slip, trip and falls in the workplace.
- Safe Housekeeping Practices
For custodial staff, good housekeeping not only means keeping the facility neat and free of hazards, it also means being able to perform these daily tasks without becoming injured. This training program provides participants with information on how to perform housekeeping tasks safely. Topics covered include the importance of wearing proper footwear; preventing slips, trips and falls; preventing strains and exertions when lifting, moving furniture, mopping and cleaning bathroom facilities; and discusses the importance of using chemicals safely. The program also provides reminders for general housekeeping safety that are applicable to any facility.
- Safety Pays for Life
A brief motivational program that emphasizes how working safely can actually “Pay you for life.”
- Working in Comfort-A Lesson in Computer Workstation Ergonomics
This training program helps participants increase the level of comfort at their workstations. The information provided in this program will help participants to minimize the daily aches and pains associated with job tasks that require a lot of time sitting and working from a desk, including lower back pain, wrist pain, and neck stiffness. Topics include: Neutral Position; Evaluating Your Comfort Level; Making Necessary Adjustments-Chairs and Office Equipment; Challenging Adjustments; Ergonomic Behavior; and Benefits of Using Ergonomic Practice
- Workplace Mold