Awareness

Because safety is such an essential part of our daily lives, it’s important to remain aware of potential safety issues at all times and consciously act in safety’s best interest. Who has been doing the same job for years is at an even higher risk because they’re less likely to think about their actions consciously. Repetitive tasks can switch on a person’s autopilot to the point they don’t need to put much thought into their work. EPRO’s awareness courses are designed to educate people on different scenarios and situations they may face in the workplace.

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DRIVING

Motor vehicle collisions are the leading cause of death in the workplace. That’s why driver safety training is so necessary. EPRO offers driver safety training with affordable options and formats to meet the needs of an organization, its employees, drivers, and vehicle types — from passenger cars and vans to mid-size trucks, and large commercial carriers to emergency vehicles. EPRO’s online courses are ready to help you prevent injuries and save lives.

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ELECTRICAL

Almost everything in a workplace setting today operates on electricity. ... This passage of electricity can cause significant pain, burns, and even fatalities. As protection, organizations should properly educate workers on the risks and hazards associated with electricity. EPRO’s online electrical training courses cover a variety of electrical topics and promote a safe work experience while working with electricity.

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EQUIPMENT

The operation of equipment should always be done by highly skilled operators who have demonstrated the ability and necessary skills to operate equipment safely. Workers should be trained in how to work safely in and around equipment, whether a hand tool or heavy equipment or machinery. EPRO’s equipment courses cover a variety of equipment and provide the knowledge needed to be safe while operating the equipment.

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SAFETY

Safety training is vital for employees or workers with regard to the understanding of safety practices related to their jobs; otherwise, a worker will find himself/herself at a higher risk for a workplace injury, illness, or death. EPRO’s safety courses are geared toward the construction and manufacturing industries and provide a wide range of topics to explore to boost the safety of operation or jobsite.

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SOFT SKILLS

Soft skills are personality traits and behaviors. Unlike technical or “hard” skills, soft skills are not about the knowledge you possess but rather the behaviors you display in different situations. Interpersonal skills and communication are just a couple of examples of soft skills. EPRO’s soft skill courses are not industry-specific and can provide a wealth of information to help employees and thus help an organization.

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