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    La especialización en conservación del forraje (preservación de los materiales forrajeros para proporcionar alimento al ganado) es un campo creciente en el sector agrícola en el que los expertos ayudan a los productores de carne y lácteos a aumentar su productividad económica al tiempo que ayudan a la vida silvestre. Según la oficina de estadísticas laborales de los Estados Unidos, el salario promedio anual de un especialista en conservación era de $ 61,480 o $ 29.31 por hora. Nuestro curso ofrecerá un esquema de especialización en técnicas de conservación de forrajes a profesionales en el sector agrícola o a aquellos que estén interesados ​​en adquirir experiencia en esta área.

    La industria ganadera en los Estados Unidos es la más grande del mundo y está llena de oportunidades para los especialistas en bovinos. Para aquellos que consideran una carrera como practicante avanzado de reproducción bovina, esta capacitación le brindará todo el conocimiento técnico y las habilidades transferibles necesarias para comenzar la producción práctica en el campo. Según la Oficina de Estadísticas Laborales, los científicos en animales que realizan investigaciones sobre la reproducción, el crecimiento y el desarrollo de animales domésticos de granja ganan en promedio $ 72,890 por año y se consideran mano de obra altamente especializada.

    Fire Safety
    $40.00

    This course is designed for general audiences. The goal of this course is to provide information that helps employer and employees know more about common fire emergencies that can happen in the workplace. It teaches employee awareness and knowledge of various fire safety issues, promoting effective response practices for businesses and work facilities in general.

    In these modern times, hazardous chemicals and materials are everywhere. Almost every business and household regularly uses products that are potentially harmful to people if they are not used in accordance to manufacturer instructions. Employers have a responsibility to ensure that workers are aware of hazardous materials they will use or may come into contact with. This course is designed to give a general overview of hazardous material safety for typical, non-industrial workplaces and in the home.

    People who work in situations where they may be exposed to human blood, like healthcare workers, emergency response personal, lab personnel, and others may be exposed to human blood on a regular basis. Sometimes the blood is infected with bloodborne pathogens like Hepatitis or HIV, posing a risk to the workers. The Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) sets several standards regarding worker safety regarding risks from bloodborne pathogens. This course discusses OSHA standards and how workers and employers must follow them.

    Occupational fatalities caused by falls, struck-by's, caught-in-between, and electrocution a serious concern. This lesson will help workers identify these hazards at construction worksites so that they can better protect themselves.

    This course is designed for general audiences. The goal of this course is to provide information that helps employers create effective emergency action plans and teaches employee awareness and knowledge of various emergency situations, promoting effective response practices for businesses and work facilities in general.

    Ergonomics is the science of fitting workplace conditions and job demands to the capabilities of the working population. Work is made up of many little tasks, and these tasks can lead to worker injuries if they are not executed in a safe way. Workplaces that understand this and incorporate principles of ergonomics have fewer work-related injuries and happier employees. The course will discuss ergonomics, how to apply it to the workplace, and OSHA’s role enforcing workplace ergonomics.

    The U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), part of the U.S. Department of Labor, has a mission to save lives, prevent injuries and protect the health of America’s workers. OSHA does this by collaborating with workplaces to build worker safety and health programs that prevent problems before they occur. Regardless of company size or industry types, workers can intentionally or accidentally be placed in harm’s way. Workplace accidents not only impact the person suffering an injury, but also have a severe financial impact on the organization and can lead to government sanctions. Smart businesses know this, and work with OSHA and other organizations to prevent problems before they occur.

    This course presents key information on workplace violence; covering policies, awareness, prevention, response, and preparedness. This course is designed for general audiences. The goal here is to give information that will help employees be aware and knowledgeable of workplace violence, in order to promote safe workplace practices.

    Every year, many workers suffer back injuries caused when they improperly lift and carry heavy loads. This can affect most every worker in any industry, from an officer worker moving a box of copy paper to a carpenter constructing a building. This course discusses several tactics to help workers properly lift and carry heavy loads.