Maricopa Community Colleges

Health, Safety & Environmental


#000794: Access to Exposure and Medical

NOTE: This course is online and available in Canvas 24/7. Please disregard the day and time. However, when registering please select the session for the month in which you plan to complete the course. After you register for this course it will be available in Canvas at https://learn.maricopa.edu/login within an hour.

Access to Exposure and Medical Records

This session meets OSHA (29 CFR 1910.1020) requirement for informing employees of the existence, location, and availability of medical and exposure records annually. At the end of this session, employee should be able to answer the following questions: What types of exposures should I be concerned about? How does OSHA define "access" in this regulation? As an employee, what types of records can I access? What types of records can a designated employee representative access? Who do I contact if I have further questions?

Training Frequency: Annual Audience: Recommended for all MCCCD employees

#000299: AED and CPR

This CPR and AED program teaches the principles of basic life support for adults. It gives you the latest guidelines for CPR and emergency cardiac care, starting with how to assess the scene of an emergency and take stock of the victim's condition. The course details how to perform one-rescuer CPR and rescue breathing, and how to manage choking in a conscious person. It also addresses infection control.

The Automated External Defibrillator (AED) portion of the program details key operating characteristics and shows you proper precautions and maintenance techniques. It explains how AEDs work and why they're a critical part of emergency cardiac care.

Training Frequency: Initial, every 2 years Audience: Recommend for all MCCCD employees

Session# When Where Seats Available
0330 9/19 8:30a-12p RSC South Room, 2nd Floor 0 of 9 available
0331 9/22 1p-4:30p PVC KSC1000A 0 of 9 available
0332 10/6 8:30a-12p MCC LB 300 Southwest Reading Room 7 of 9 available
0333 10/6 1p-4:30p MCC LB 300 Southwest Reading Room 5 of 9 available
0334 10/28 8:30a-12p MCC Room LB145 9 of 9 available

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#000647: Aerial Lift Aerial Platform

This course is designed for employees who are required to operate a boom or scissor lift. It includes both classroom and hands-on training. At the end of the session, participants should:

  • Be familiar with concepts regulations and standards involving both Self-Propelled Elevated Working Platforms and Boom-Supported Elevated Working Platforms
  • Be familiar with the most common types of Self-Propelled Elevated Working Platforms and Boom-Supported Elevated Working Platforms
  • Have a working knowledge of a pre-shift inspection and associated documentation
  • Understand the importance of performing a workplace inspection
  • Have had time to practice driving, aiming and maneuvering a Working Platform and Boomlift to assist in achieving a minimum measurable level of skill
  • Be familiar with the different fuel types and how to safely handle them
  • Know how to safely operate Self-Propelled Elevated Working Platforms and Boom-Supported Elevated Working Platforms

This course includes a written test and hands-on evaluation, each of which must be passed with a score of 80% or better to receive a certificate of completion.

Regulatory Reference: This course meets the intent of OSHA 1910.67 requirements for Vehicle-mounted Elevating and Rotating Work Platforms.

Training Frequency: Initial

Audience: Any MCCCD employee operating an aerial lift

#000789: Aerial Lift Familiarization

This workshop will be conducted for employees that have already attended aerial lift training to familiarize themselves with equipment that is new to the campus or new to the employee.

Training Frequency: Before use of use of unfamiliar aerial lift equipment Audience: Any MCCCD employee operating an aerial lift

#000012: Back Injury Prevention

Lifting improperly is the largest single cause of back pain and injury. Luckily, you can do something about preventing back pain by knowing and using proper lifting techniques. This course will assist you with the appropriate methods needed when lifting objects. This class will also focus on ergonomics. By following ergonomic principles, we can help reduce stress and eliminate many potential injuries and disorders associated with overuse of muscles, bad posture and repeated physical tasks.

#000059: Bloodborne Path Affect Pers

Bloodborne Pathogens (Affected Personnel)

Bloodborne pathogens are microorganisms carried by human blood (and other body fluids) and cannot be seen with the naked eye. They can be spread through contact with infected blood. If they get into the bloodstream, an individual may become infected and sick. This interactive course covers the content of an Exposure Control Program, provides an Understanding of Bloodborne Pathogens and Modes of Transmission, describes Method to Control Bloodborne Pathogens in the workplace, reviews recommended Exposure Procedures, introduces the components of the OSHA Regulation, and allows for Questions and Answers.

This course includes a written test which must be passed with a score of 80% or better to receive a certificate of completion.

Regulatory Reference: This course meets the intent of OSHA 1910.1030 requirements.

MCCCD Administrative Regulation or Policy Reference: N/A Training Frequency: Initial, annually

Audience: Any MCCCD employee who can reasonably be expected to come in contact with blood or other bodily fluids in the performance of their job duties.

#000245: Bloodborne Pathogen (Awarenes)

Bloodborne pathogens are microorganisms carried by human blood (and other body fluids) and cannot be seen with the naked eye. They can be spread through contact with infected blood. If they get into the bloodstream, an individual may become infected and sick. This course provides an overview of bloodborne pathogens and modes of transmission, method to control bloodborne pathogens in the workplace, and who to contact if you encounter a blood, body fluids or other infectious material.

Training Frequency: Initial

Audience: Any MCCCD employee who could come in contact with blood or other bodily fluids in the performance of their job duties.

#001692: Bloodborne Pathogens Online

Bloodborne Pathogens (Affected Personnel) Online

NOTE: This course is online and available in Canvas 24/7. Please disregard the day and time. However, when registering please select the session for the month in which you plan to complete the course. After you register for this course it will be available in Canvas at https://learn.maricopa.edu/login within an hour.

Bloodborne pathogens are microorganisms carried by human blood (and other body fluids) and cannot be seen with the naked eye. They can be spread through contact with infected blood. If they get into the bloodstream, an individual may become infected and sick. This interactive course covers the content of an Exposure Control Program, provides an Understanding of Bloodborne Pathogens and Modes of Transmission, describes Method to Control Bloodborne Pathogens in the workplace, reviews recommended Exposure Procedures, introduces the components of the OSHA Regulation, and allows for Questions and Answers.

This course includes a written test which must be passed with a score of 80% or better to receive a certificate of completion.

Regulatory Reference: This course meets the intent of OSHA 1910.1030 requirements.

MCCCD Administrative Regulation or Policy Reference: N/A Training Frequency: Initial, annually

Audience: Any MCCCD employee who can reasonably be expected to come in contact with blood or other bodily fluids in the performance of their job duties.

Session# When Where Seats Available
0024 9/30 Online 125 of 127 available
0025 10/31 Online 127 of 127 available
0026 11/30 Online 127 of 127 available
0027 12/31 Online 127 of 127 available

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#000974: Boom Lift

This four hour course is designed for employees who are required to operate a boom lift. It includes both classroom and hands-on training. At the end of the session, participants should:

  • Be familiar with concepts regulations and standards involving boom-supported elevated working platforms
  • Be familiar with the most common types of boom-supported elevated working platforms
  • Have a working knowledge of a pre-shift inspection and associated documentation
  • Understand the importance of performing a workplace inspection
  • Have had time to practice driving, aiming and maneuvering a boom lift to assist in achieving a minimum measurable level of skill
  • Be familiar with the different fuel types and how to safely handle them
  • Know how to safely operate boom-supported elevated working platform This course includes a written test and hands-on evaluation, each of which must be passed with a score of 80% or better to receive a certificate of completion.

#002070: Chemical Safety Awareness

After completing the Chemical Safety Awareness module, participants will be able to:

Identify a hazardous chemical using visual cues and broad chemical characteristics, Use basic hazard control methods to reduce your exposure to chemical hazards, and Identify appropriate action for small or large spills or release of hazardous chemicals.

#000250: Confined Space Entry Awareness

This course is intended for all persons who work near permit-required confined spaces. During this course employees will learn:

  • What is a confined space?
  • Associated hazards
  • Proper entry procedures including permits, monitoring and PPE
  • Attendant responsibilities

Training Frequency: Initial Audience: Any MCCCD employee who works near permit-required confined spaces

#000790: Confined Space Entry: Auth

Confined Space Entry (Attendant, Entrant and Entry Supervisor)

At the end of this training the MCCCD will certify that each participant has met the requirements of 29 CFR1910.146.

The participant will have demonstrated their knowledge of:

  • How to Recognize a Permit-Required Confined Space
  • Supervisor, Attendant and Entrant Duties
  • Hazard Identification
  • Atmospheric Testing in/Around a Confined Space
  • Completing a Confined Space Entry Permit
  • Selection of Appropriate Personal Protective Equipment
  • Emergency Rescue Procedures

This course includes a written test which must be passed with a score of 80% or better to receive a certificate of completion. Training Frequency: Initial

Audience: This course is intended for all persons who work as an attendant or entrant and supervise those entering into a confined space.

#001479: Continuous Compression CPR

Also known as Hands-only CPR. In an effort to make CPR more accessible to employees, this brief 60 minute hands-only CPR sessions includes a short lecture, practice and an introduction to the use of an automated external defibrillator. Although the participant will not receive a certification from the class, they will walk away with the ability to perform CPR on an adult that has had a sudden cardiac arrest.

Session# When Where Seats Available
0060 9/19 12:30p-1:30p RSC South Room, 2nd Floor 15 of 15 available
0061 9/22 11:30a-12:30p PVC KSC1000A 14 of 15 available
0062 11/3 12:30p-1:30p MCCRM Room M200 15 of 15 available
0063 12/17 11:30a-12:30p DO Employee Lounge 15 of 15 available

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#001293: CPR/BLS (Healthcare Provider)

The BLS Healthcare Provider Course is designed to provide a wide variety of healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The course is intended for certified or noncertified, licensed or nonlicensed healthcare professionals.

Session# When Where Seats Available
0025 11/25 8:30a-1:30p PC Willo Room 8 of 9 available

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#000444: Emergency Evac: Site Specific

When the evacuation alarm is sounded employees, visitors and guests should immediately leave through the closest exit and report to their designated Assembly Point. This training describes employee responsibilities related to evacuating the District Office building and reporting to their assigned Assembly Point. At the end of this training employees should be able to: Identify the need to sound the evacuation alarm, Know how to sound the alarm,Identify Areas of Rescue Assistance, Locate all exits on designated floor, Exit the building and proceed to their respective Primary Assembly Area to be counted.

#000248: Emergency Preparedness

It is the Districts policy to promote a safe environment for its employees, students, and visitors. The District seeks to minimize bodily injury and property damage resulting from emergency situations by developing response procedures and by providing the necessary equipment and training to allow employees to respond to emergency situations. This course meets a large component of the OSHA regulation on emergency preparedness 29 CFR 1910.38. Additional training on work area specific procedures is needed to fulfill the complete training requirement.

#000244: Ergonomic PrinciplesBody Mech

Ergonomic Principles/Body Mechanics This hands-on course identifies risk factors for both office and field personnel and easy cost efficient solutions to achieving a comfortable and efficient work environment. Employees will be exposed to recommended workstation configurations, postures that lead to cumulative trauma disorders, and exercises that can incorporated in their daily routine to relieve stress. Training Frequency: N/A Audience: Recommended any MCCCD employee that perform repetitive task

#000214: Fall Protection and Prevention

Personal Protective Equipment (Fall Protection) This interactive course trains workers to identify potential fall hazards, determine which equipment to use in specific work environments and demonstrate proper anchorage procedures. Participants also will demonstrate their knowledge of proper fall protection selection and inspections procedures.

This course includes a written test which must be passed with a score of 80% or better to receive a certificate of completion.

If able, participants should bring their connecting devices and anchorage connectors for inspection and full body harness for fit testing.

Regulatory Reference: This course meets the intent of OSHA 1926.500 requirements for Fall Protection and Prevention training

Training Frequency: Initial

Audience: Employees working at heights of six feet or more without guard rails or other forms of fall protection

#001066: Fire Extinguisher Hands-on

Participants will have an opportunity to refamiliarize themselves with portable fire extinguisher selection and use. This course is mostly hands-on and uses a portable fire trainer for participants to demonstrate extinguishing techniques.

Pre-requisite: Fire Extinguishers (Classroom or Online) Audience: Recommend for any MCCCD employee meeting their annual training requirement.

#000125: Fire Extinguishers (Classroom)

Through the review of the training objectives, the participants will be able to: Explain the theory of fire extinguishment, Describe the different classes of fire, Select the appropriate fire extinguisher for each class of fire, and Explain local procedure for initiation emergency action in the event of a fire. Participants might also be provide with an opportunity to demonstrate learned techniques through hands-on fire extinguisher training.

#000795: First Aid

The Heartsaver First Aid Course teaches how to manage illness and injuries in the first few minutes until professional help arrives. Course content includes general principles and medical emergencies.

Training Frequency: Initial, every 2 years Audience: Recommend for all MCCCD employees

Session# When Where Seats Available
0117 10/28 1p-5p MCC Room LB145 5 of 9 available
0118 10/31 8a-12p MCCRM Room M200 9 of 9 available

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#000213: Forklift Operator Cert Initial

NOTE: This course is online and available in Canvas 24/7. Please disregard the day and time. However, when registering please select the session for the month in which you plan to complete the course. After you register for this course it will be available in Canvas at https://learn.maricopa.edu/login within an hour.

This course is designed for those employees who are required to operate a Powered Industrial Truck (Forklift). It includes both classroom and hands-on training.

At the end of this training you will have learned:

  • The hazards of operating an industrial truck
  • Responsibility related to industrial truck operation
  • Employee training requirements as outlined by OSHA,
  • The classes, anatomy and pre-use inspection elements
  • Limitations of an industrial truck -The difference between an industrial truck (forklift) and a car and the elements of the stability triangle and how it affects a truck┐s performance
  • General forklift operating practices

The hands-on evaluation portion requires the use of the specific PIT the class participant will be driving. To accomplish this, employees will be given an area specific evaluation form to be completed by the area supervisor.

This course includes a written test and hands-on evaluation each of which must be passed with a score of 80% or better to receive a certificate of completion.

Regulatory Reference: This course meets the intent of OSHA 1910.178 requirements for Powered Industrial Truck training.

Training Frequency: Initial, every 3 years

Audience: Any MCCCD employee required to operate a Powered Industrial Truck.

#000326: Forklift Operator Recertificat

Forklift Refresher - This course is designed for those employees who are required to operate a Powered Industrial Truck Forklift. OSHA requires that an evaluation of each powered industrial truck operators performance shall be conducted at least once every three years. This course includes a hands-on evaluation which each must be passed with a score of 80 or better to receive a certificate of completion. An original certification training certificate or an original refresher certificate must be presented to the instructor as a prerequisite to class participation.Regulatory Reference: This course meets the intent of OSHA 1910.178 requirements for Powered Industrial Truck re-evaluation.MCCCD Administrative Regulation or Policy Reference: N/A Training Frequency: Every 3 years Audience: Any MCCCD employee required to operate a Powered Industrial Truck. Total course hours: 1.5

#001093: General PPE

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) General

This program is intended to educate area employees about the proper selection, use, and care of the PPE that is critical to their safety on the job.

Regulatory Reference: This course meets the training component required by the OSHA regulation on Personal Protective Equipment (29 CFR 1910.132).

Training Frequency: Initial, when changes occur

Audience: Any MCCCD employee who is required to wear personal protective equipment such as safety glasses, safety shoes, goggles, protective gloves, hearing protection, etc.

#000447: General Safety Awareness

Most Maricopa work related injuries and illnesses occur when employee did not recognize minor changes in their work environment changes that may result in hazardous working conditions. This course is will cover:

  • Basic hazard identification techniques,
  • The use of routine inspections forms,
  • How hazards are communicated through safety signs,
  • Hazard and incident reporting processes. and
  • A non-technical review of occupational safety and health terminology.

Regulatory Reference: N/A

MCCCD Administrative Regulation or Policy Reference: 29 CFR 1904.35, 1910.145, 1910. 147 (affected workers).

Training Frequency: N/A

Audience: All MCCCD employees

Total course hours: 2.0

#000047: Hazard Communication

This course focuses on the Hazard Communication program requirements for non-laboratory employees working with hazardous chemicals. This course provides an initial introduction to material safety data sheets, chemical inventorying and labeling, training requirements, written program requirements and emergency procedures.

This course includes a written test which must be passed with a score of 80% or better to receive a certificate of completion.

Regulatory Reference: This course meets the intent of OSHA 1910.1200 requirements for initial training.

Training Frequency: Initial

Audience: All MCCCD employees

#000641: Hazard Communication Level II

Hazard Communications (Routine Exposure Level)

This course specifically helps employees identify the physical and health hazards of the chemical they are in contact routinely. Participants┐ will review MSDS to identify the chemical hazards, handling methods, emergency procedures, and protective equipment requirements of the hazardous chemicals they use at work.

Regulatory Reference: This course meets the intent of OSHA 1910.1200 requirements for routine training.

Training Frequency: Initial, when new chemicals are introduced

Audience: All MCCCD employees

#001127: Health & Safety Essentials

The OSHA requires that employees are aware of hazard that they might be exposed to during the course of performing their job. This course will explain how to recognize a few of those hazards and explain how to prevent from being injured. Specifically this course will cover:

  • Fire prevention plans
  • Evacuation plans (general)
  • Unqualified electrical safe work practices

Training Frequency: N/A Audience: Recommended for all MCCCD employees

#000991: Health, Safety, & Environ Mgt.

Health, Safety & Environmental Management

This course is designed to assist the supervisor with understanding the role of Health, Safety & Environmental management as it pertains to MCCCD. They will be provided with information about MCCCD's safety and health resources and be able to define what their role is as a supervisor related to Health, Safety & Environmental issues (formerly known as OSHA: The Supervisor's Role)

Regulatory Reference: N/A MCCCD Administrative Regulation or Policy Reference: 4.2 Training Frequency: N/A Audience: Any MCCCD employee who is interested in expanding their understand of applicable HSE requirements

#000028: Heat Stress Prevention

When the body is unable to cool itself through perspiration, serious heat-related illnesses can occur. Come familiarize yourself with the differences of heat exhaustion, heat stroke and what measures you can take to prevent this from happening to you.

Regulatory Reference: N/A

MCCCD Administrative Regulation or Policy Reference: N/A

Training Frequency: Recommended annually in April or May

Audience: Any MCCCD employee who works in a high heat environment

#000136: Hotwork

Hotwork Permit System

According to Factory Mutual Global, work involving cutting, welding, soldering, brazing and grinding is the third leading cause of fire. The average loss is $1.3 million. By participating in the session, you will be able to identify the different types of hotwork, know when and how to utilize a hotwork permit as a risk assessment tool, practice using the Factory Mutual Global Hotwork Permit System and learn the role of a fire watch during a hotwork job.

This course includes a hands-on evaluation which must be passed with a score of 80% or better to receive a certificate of completion.

Training Frequency: Initial

Audience: Any MCCCD employees performing maintenance involving cutting, welding, grinding or any open flame activity.

#001294: Hybrid-CPR/BLS HC Providr Pt 2

The BLS Healthcare Provider Course is designed to provide a wide variety of healthcare professionals the ability to recognize several life-threatening emergencies, provide CPR, use an AED, and relieve choking in a safe, timely and effective manner. The course is intended for certified or noncertified, licensed or nonlicensed healthcare professionals.

Prereqs: Part 1. At their expense, employees register for and complete the online AHA, cognitive portion of the course, either at the workplace or anywhere with Internet access. When students finish the online portion, a certificate of completion will be available for them to print. The certificate is required to complete Part 2.

Comments: Upon successful completion of both parts, students will be issued an American Heart Association BLS - Healthcare Provider Course Completion Card.

The cost is approximately $17.50 for the online portion. Access the AHA course registration page Training Frequency: Initial, every 2 years Audience: Health Care Providers

#001903: Lab Safety Training Summit

This lab safety summit provides an opportunity for Science Lab faculty and staff, Art Labs faculty and staff, Custodial staff, Health/ Allied care professional working in labs, supervisory, and safety personnel a forum for sharing best practices, receive regulatory updates, and meet annual regulatory training requirements (if applicable), with the goal of improving safe work practices and embracing the theme of One Maricopa.

Spring 2013 Agenda Includes

Day 1 Hazard communication regulatory update Hazardous materials safe work practices Laboratory safety plan overview Working with compress gases

Day 2 Chemical hygiene plan group discussion Bloodborne pathogen and biohazard overview Working with animals

#000964: Laboratory Safety

This online course is designed to provide a broad overview of laboratory safety work practices.

The course includes labs that might expose employees to fire hazards, cancer-causing agents, biological hazards or radioactive materials. At the end of this course participants will have learned: ┐Best safety practices ┐Potential exposure to hazardous chemicals ┐Engineering controls, including ventilation ┐Correct use of PPE This course includes a written test that must be passed with a score of 80% or better to receive a certificate of completion.

MCCCD Administrative Regulation or Policy Reference: N/A

Regulatory Reference: This course meets the general components of OSHA 1910.1450 requirements.

#000976: Ladder Safety

Ladders come in all shapes, sizes and material types. They are useful in many different departments for a variety of applications. At the end of this course the participant should have learned how to:

  • Choose the most appropriate ladder for safe use
  • Determine the maximum intended load-carrying capacity of ladders used
  • Compare ladder types to the needs of the job
  • Explain the risks of using a substitute climbing device
  • Prepare for safe ladder use
  • List inspection steps for ladder use.
  • Describe safe set-up of common types of ladders
  • Identify areas where ladders should not be placed or leaned
  • Demonstrate safe climbing practices
  • Relate unsafe work habits to the risk of accident and injury
  • Assess the climbing limits of common ladder types
  • Practice safe work habits
  • Identify places where tools should be kept while on a ladder

Regulatory Reference: This course meets many of the training components required by the applicable OSHA regulation on ladders (29 CFR 1910.25, 1926.1053, and 1926.1060).

Training Frequency: Initial

Audience: All MCCCD employees who work on portable ladders.

#001120: Lockout/Tagout (Authorized)

The training covers the servicing and maintenance of machines and equipment in which the unexpected energization, start-up or release of stored energy could cause injury [29 CFR 1910.147 (a)(l)(i), 1910.147 (a)(2)(i)]. Normal production operations, cords and plugs under exclusive control, and hot tap operations are not covered [29 CFR 1910.147 (a)(2)(ii)]. This is intended to apply to energy sources such as electrical, mechanical, hydraulic, chemical, nuclear, and thermal.

Designed to meet the OSHA standard on control of hazardous energy, at the end of this course each participant should be able to:

  • Recognizing hazardous energy sources present in their work environment
  • Identify the type and magnitude of the energy available in the workplace
  • Describe the methods and means necessary for energy isolation and control.

Lockout/Tagout specific hands-on training will be a part of this course. A test will be given to all participants - 80% passing score is required.

Training Frequency: Initial, when equipment changes

Audience: All MCCCD employees who perform maintenance on equipment supplied by multiple sources of energy.

#000123: Lockout/Tagout: Affected Emp

This training is for employees who perform the duties of his or her job in an area in which the energy control procedure is implemented and servicing or maintenance operations are performed. An affected employee does not perform servicing or maintenance on machines or equipment and, consequently, is not responsible for implementing the energy control procedure.

This program is includes training on:

  • Importance of lockout/tagout
  • Overview of lockout/tagout procedures
  • Responsibilities of affected personnel

A passing score an 80% or better must be achieved to receive a certificate of completion.

Regulatory Reference: This course meets the training component required by the OSHA regulation on Control of Hazardous Energy (29 CFR 1910.147).

Training Frequency: Initial

Audience: All MCCCD employees who perform job duties of in an area in which the energy control procedure is implemented and servicing or maintenance operations are performed

#001124: MCCCD Driver Training Program

NOTE: The MCCCD Driver Training Program course is online and available in Canvas 24/7. Please disregard the day and time. However, when registering please select the session for the month in which you plan to complete the course. After you register for this course it will be available in Canvas at https://learn.maricopa.edu/login within an hour.

Employee safety is very important at the Maricopa Community Colleges. This training has helped reduce the number and severity of auto accidents for thousands of drivers. This course includes a test which each must be passed with a score of 80% or better to receive a certificate of completion.

Regulatory Reference: N/A

MCCCD Administrative Regulation or Policy Reference: 4.14 Motor Vehicle Usage

Training Frequency: Initial, every 3 years

Audience: Any MCCCD employee who is authorized to operate a college or district-owned motor vehicle or vehicle rented, borrowed, or leased for college or district purposes must complete this online course.

Estimated total course hours: 1.5

Register here, click on HRMS login, choose course 001124 and view available sessions. Directions on how to access the training via Blackboard will be emailed to you within 48 hours of registration.

Session# When Where Seats Available
0074 9/30 Online 122 of 127 available
0075 10/31 Online 126 of 127 available
0076 11/30 Online 127 of 127 available
0077 12/31 Online 127 of 127 available
0078 1/31 Online 127 of 127 available

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#001327: Occupational Noise

OSHA requires Maricopa to train each employee who is exposed to noise at or above an 8-hour time weighted average of 85 decibels. At the end of the training participants will have learned:

  • The effects of noise on hearing,
  • The purpose of hearing protectors, the advantages, disadvantages, and attenuation of various types, and provided instruction on selection, fitting, use and care; and
  • The purpose of audiometric testing, and be provided an explanation of the test procedures

This course includes a written test which must be passed with a score of 80% or better to receive a certificate of completion. Regulatory Reference: This course meets the intent of OSHA 1910.95 requirements for Occupational Noise Exposure training

Training Frequency: Initial, Annually thereafter

Audience: Any MCCCD employee who may be exposed to occupational noises in excessive of 85 db over an 8 hour period (or loud impact noise)

#000348: Online Fire Extinguisher

NOTE: This course is online and available in Canvas 24/7. Please disregard the day and time. However, when registering please select the session for the month in which you plan to complete the course. After you register for this course it will be available in Canvas at https://learn.maricopa.edu/login within an hour.

Through the review of the training objectives and program content, the participant will be able to:

  • Choose the appropriate type of fire extinguisher for a specific class of fire
  • Recognize the appropriate response to a fire and the correct technique for using a fire extinguisher
  • Determine the recommended inspection and maintenance frequency for portable fire extinguishers

Participants are instructed to contact their College OSHA Compliance Team representative for local emergency evacuation procedures.

This course has a written test which each must be passed with a score of 80% or better to receive a certificate of completion.

Regulatory Reference: This course meets the intent of OSHA 1910.157 requirements. Training Frequency: Initial, Annually thereafter Audience: Any MCCCD employees required to operate a handheld fire extinguisher.

Session# When Where Seats Available
0066 9/30 Online 98 of 100 available
0067 10/31 Online 100 of 100 available
0068 11/30 Online 100 of 100 available
0069 12/31 Online 100 of 100 available

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#001322: Respiratory Prot. w/ Fit Test

Personal Protective Equipment: Respiratory Protection

All employees using respirators should be trained every year in the selection, fitting, use, and care of respirators. This course covers the following content: why the respirator is necessary and how improper fit, use, or maintenance can compromise its protective effect; limitations and capabilities of the respirator; effective use in emergency situations; how to inspect, put on and remove; use and check the seals; maintenance and storage, recognition of medical signs and symptoms that may limit or prevent effective use and general requirements of OSHA's respirator standard.

This course includes a written test and hands-on evaluation which each must be passed with a score of 80% or better to receive a certificate of completion.

Pre-requisite: Participants who have completed their Medical Evaluation and wear respirators that rely on a mask-to-face seal will be fitted for a respirator. This annually required fit test is to determine whether the mask provides an acceptable fit to a wearer.

If able, participants should bring their reusable respirators (with N95 or better filters) for use during fit testing.

Regulatory Reference: This course meets the intent of OSHA 1910.134 requirements for Respiratory Protection training

Training Frequency: Initial, annually

Audience: Any MCCCD employee who is required to uses a respirator or voluntarily uses a respirator in the workplace.

#000992: Risk Assessment Tools

This hands-on course is intended to build on the concept of integrated risk assessment and will explore several qualitative assessment tools to identify the best course of action in managing risks. Participants will evaluate moderately complex case scenarios and, using the tools to assess the situation, determine appropriate direction (formerly known as Risk Assessment Tools for Supervisors)

Regulatory Reference: N/A MCCCD Administrative Regulation or Policy Reference: 4.16 Training Frequency: N/A Audience: Any MCCCD employee who is interested in expanding their understand of tools used during a risk assessment

#001329: Scaffolding - Safety Awareness

OSHA requires employees who perform work while on a scaffold must be trained by a qualified person to recognize the hazards associated with the type of scaffold being used, and to understand the procedures to control those hazards. This program includes training on: the nature of any electrical hazards, fall hazards, and falling object hazards in the work area; the correct procedures for dealing with those hazards; the proper use of the scaffold, and the proper handling of materials on the scaffold; the maximum intended load and the load-carrying capacity of the scaffold; and any other pertinent requirements. [1926.454(a)].

Regulatory Reference: Course meet OSHA requirements per 29 CFR 1926.454. MCCCD Administrative Regulation or Policy Reference: N/A Training Frequency: Initial Audience: Any MCCCD employee who works on any form of scaffolding

#000975: Scissor Lift

This four hour course is designed for employees who are required to operate a scissors lift. It includes both classroom and hands-on training. At the end of the session, participants should:

  • Be familiar with concepts regulations and standards involving elevated work platforms
  • Be familiar with the most common types of elevated work platforms
  • Have a working knowledge of a pre-shift inspection and associated documentation
  • Understand the importance of performing a workplace inspection
  • Have had time to practice driving, aiming and maneuvering an elevated work platform to assist in achieving a minimum measurable level of skill
  • Be familiar with the different fuel types and how to safely handle them
  • Know how to safely operate a elevated work platform

This course includes a written test and hands-on evaluation, each of which must be passed with a score of 80% or better to receive a certificate of completion.

#001325: Site Specific Emerg. Guideline

Each college uses guidelines that identify the need for employees to evacuate during specific emergencies. OSHA╣s Emergency Evacuation Plans regulation requires employees to know the appropriate action to take in the event of a fire evacuation. This workshop provides an overview of college specific elements needed to safely evacuate specific buildings, identify designated assembly points, lockdown procedures and other critical emergency preparedness topics.

Regulatory Reference: This course meets the intent of OSHA 1910.38 requirements MCCCD Administrative Regulation or Policy Reference: 4.1 Emergency Management Planning Guide Training Frequency: Initial Audience: All MCCCD employees

#000212: Slips, Trips and Falls

At the end of this section participants will be able to:

  • Describe the difference between a slips, trips and a fall.
  • Identify at least 3 risk factors relating to slips, trips and falls.

#000439: Spanish: Hazard Communications

This course focuses on the campus Hazardous Communication program for non-laboratory employees working with hazardous chemicals. This course provides and initial introduction to material safety data sheets, chemical inventorying and labeling, training requirements, written program requirements and emergency procedures. This course meets the intent of OSHA 1910.1200 requirements for initial training.

#001610: Spanish: Health & Safety Essen

Spanish Speakers Only. The OSHA requires that employees are aware of hazard that they might be exposed to during the course of performing their job. This course will explain how to recognize a few of those hazards and explain how to prevent from being injured. Specifically this course will cover:

Fire prevention plans Evacuation plans (general) Unqualified electrical safe work practices

Training Frequency: N/A Audience: Recommended for all MCCCD employees. This version is for Spanish speakers only.

#001326: Waste Management/Spill Prevent

This course will cover the appropriate handling, storage, labeling, storage, and emergency procedures for hazardous waste used on campus. This course will address management practices compliant with the Arizona Department of Environmental Quality and Maricopa County Air Quality Department.

Training Frequency: Initial Audience: Recommend for all MCCCD employees who handle hazardous waste

#001593: Workplace Violence Prev Online

Workplace Violence Prevention Online

NOTE: This course is online and available in Canvas 24/7. Please disregard the day and time. However, when registering please select the session for the month in which you plan to complete the course. After you register for this course it will be available in Canvas at https://learn.maricopa.edu/login within an hour.

The statistics of Workplace Violence can be frightening. It is the leading cause of occupational death for women and the second cause of occupational death for all workers. Employees are not powerless against this type of crime and can take precautions to protect both themselves and their co-workers. By enrolling in this class, you will be able to recognize and act on the warning signs of violence and learn how to diffuse potentially dangerous situations as well as familiarizing yourself with OSHA's view and the District's policy regarding WPV.

Regulatory Reference: N/A MCCCD Administrative Regulation or Policy Reference: Workplace Violence Prevention Training Frequency: Initial Audience: Recommend for all MCCCD employees.

Session# When Where Seats Available
0049 9/30 Online 125 of 127 available
0050 10/31 Online 127 of 127 available
0051 11/30 Online 127 of 127 available
0052 12/31 Online 127 of 127 available

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#000015: Workplace Violence Prevention

The statistics of Workplace Violence can be frightening. It is the leading cause of occupational death for women and the second cause of occupational death for all workers. Employees are not powerless against this type of crime and can take precautions to protect both themselves and their co-workers. By enrolling in this class, you will be able to recognize and act on the warning signs of violence and learn how to diffuse potentially dangerous situations as well as familiarizing yourself with OSHA's view and the District's policy regarding WPV.

Regulatory Reference: N/A MCCCD Administrative Regulation or Policy Reference: Workplace Violence Prevention Training Frequency: Initial Audience: Recommend for all MCCCD employees.

#001533: WPV Prev: Self Protection

Workplace Violence Prevention: Self Protection

This 2.0 hour course is driven by the national increase in workplace violence and Maricopa┐s interest in protecting its employees while at work from acts of violence. The course reinforces personal responsibility through awareness, avoidance, and response techniques.

Maricopa Community Colleges seeks to comply with the OSHA General Duty Clause by providing a place of employment which is free of recognized hazards that are causing or likely to cause death or serious physical harm.

This training attempts to provide skills in recognizing and defusing violence in the workplace. Additional training on work area specific procedures is needed upon completion of this training.

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