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As a member of weeklysafety.com, you don't have to spend hours searching online to find complimentary training material, we have done that for you!  These resources are provided from a variety of reputable organizations. Whenever possible we provide a link to the source of the item so you can see additional materials and information they have available.

OSHA Resources
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Aerial Lifts: Proper Use Prevents Falls
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CDC Guidance - Cleaning and Disinfecting
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CDC Guidance - Coping with a Disaster or Traumatic Event
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CDC Guidance - Making a Plan to Clean and Disinfect
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CDC Guidance - Managing Workplace Fatigue
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CDC Simple Solutions - Ergonomics for Construction Workers
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CalOSHA - Forklift Safety (Part 1 of 2)
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CalOSHA - Forklift Safety (Part 2 of 2)
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CalOSHA - How to Prevent Indoor Heat Illness
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CalOSHA - Machine Safety
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CalOSHA - Scaffolding Safety (Part 1 of 2)
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CalOSHA - Scaffolding Safety (Part 2 of 2)
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Call Before You Dig 811 Process for Contractors
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Carbon Monoxide in Construction - Portable Gas-Powered Equipment
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Chainsaw Safety Tips - STIHL & Interlink Training
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Chemical Plant Fire in Extreme Weather Event
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Common Tree Felling Accidents and Chainsaw Safety
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Construction & Temporary Traffic Control Signs and Devices
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Construction Fire Safety Practices
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Construction Safety Training Video - Over 40 Topics
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Construction Zone Safety: Our Responsibility
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Don't Fall For It - Detailed Training on Safe Ladder Use
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EPA Guidance - 6 Steps for Disinfectant Use
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EPA Guidance - Disinfectants for Use Against COVID-19
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Evaluating Your Computer Workspace - Oregon OSHA