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The owners and associates of Natural Knowledge have diverse backgrounds that include experience in restaurant management, regulatory food service inspections, nursing, healthcare administration, military service, federal and state correctional facility inspections, and curriculum development with the Florida Department of Education, local community colleges and other national higher educational institutions.
It is the core belief of Natural Knowledge that continued training is the key to success in an ever-changing global market. Both businesses and individuals can benefit from additional credentials that can be earned from our proctored food certifications, individualized food safety services, cardio-pulmonary resuscitation training, and continuing education packages. We appreciate you visiting our website. Remember-your success is our goal.
Cold conditions present hazards that may seriously impact worker health and safety. In this training program, employees will review the hazards posed by cold conditions and learn valuable methods for preventing illness and injury and responding appropriately to any health or safety incidents that may arise.
This presentation incorporates the new OSHA requirements that comply with the Globally Harmonized System of Classification and Labeling of Chemicals (GHS) for safety data sheets (SDSs), which replaces the old MSDS.
Working outdoors exposes us to many different types of hazards, including poisonous plants, insect bites and stings, snakebites, animal bites or scratches, heat-related and cold-related illnesses, pesticides and herbicides, and even power tools. To provide a safe outdoor work environment, employers need to make sure their employees understand some of the hazards of outdoor work and how to protect themselves from those hazards.
By the end of the training session, you will be able to identify slip, trip, and fall hazards at work; understand safety specifications and features of walking surfaces and openings; use stairs and ladders safely to avoid falls; and avoid and eliminate slip and trip hazards. Use this Slips, Trips, and Falls PowerPoint presentation to learn more about slips and falls.
This presentationn will help you learn to recognize the hazards and different types of reactive chemicals and how to manage those hazards and emergencies. Use this Reactive Chemicals PowerPoint presentation to learn more about chemical hazards.
The lack of appropriate PPE is a significant factor in the number and severity of injuries in the workplace. According to the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health, in a recent year, hard hats were worn by only 16 percent of those workers who sustained head injuries. Use this Personal Protective Equipment–What Employees Need to Know PowerPoint presentation to learn more about PPE.
The main objective of this session is to tell you about how you can prepare for weather emergencies and other natural disasters and what you should do when these events occur so that you can survive them safely. Use this Preparing for Weather Emergencies Safety Presentation PowerPoint presentation to learn more about emergency preparedness.
Flu pandemics can have a devastating effect on the world, our nation, your organization, and your employees. That makes flu pandemic awareness training essential. Employees must know what to expect, how to prepare for a pandemic, and what to do during a pandemic to protect themselves, their co-workers, and their families, and to help prevent the spread of infection.
This training session will discuss the hazards of mold both in the workplace and at home. We will learn how to detect mold, where to find it, the health hazards of exposure, how to clean up small mold contamination, and how to prevent mold from growing. Use this Mold Hazards and Prevention PowerPoint presentation to learn more about air contaminants.
The health hazards of lead exposure are well documented. Even a one-time exposure to extremely high levels of lead can have immediate serious health effects. However, in most workplaces containing lead, the more likely health hazard is the result of long-term exposure to low levels of lead. Use this Lead Safety Presentation PowerPoint to learn more about lead.
This session will discuss the purpose and content of the Chemical Hygiene Plan, how to assess the risks you might face working in the lab, the personal protective equipment you may need to use, and the work practices required to keep you safe in the lab. Use this Laboratory Safety Presentation PowerPoint presentation to learn more about laboratory safety.
Kitchen work areas contain many potential hazards from slips, trips, and falls to ergonomic hazards, fires, burns, and foodborne illness. With employees facing so many hazards, they must be trained to recognize the hazards in their job and work area and take all the necessary precautions to prevent accidents and injuries.
The Department of Transportation (DOT) says that most transportation incidents involving hazardous materials are the result of human error. DOT concludes that effective employee training is therefore the best means of preventing hazardous materials incidents, including those involving infectious materials.
Use this Working in Hot Conditions training course to learn how to work safely in hot conditions.
The purpose of this training exercise session is to teach and reinforce the importance of the hearing conservation program in order to prevent tragic accidents. In particular, it deals with how to protect your hearing from high levels of noise.
This training session is for employees required to wear head protection. It will discuss potential head hazards in your workplace as well as the different types of head protection available.
Use this Hazard Communication Refresher course to learn more about hazard communication, including chemical labels and safety data sheets (SDSs). This presentation has been updated for OSHA’s 2012 (GHS) revisions to the Hazard Communication Standard.
This training presentation will briefly explain the significance and impact of GHS and describe GHS-compliant labels and SDSs so that employees who now rely on them will understand the change and use them effectively.
The purpose of this training presentation is to explain the Hazard Communication Standard, the risks of exposure, the new GHS-compliant chemical labels and SDSs, and measures employees can take to protect themselves.
This training course will help you to identify hand hazards, choose appropriate gloves for work tasks, know the limitations of hand protection, and use and care for protective equipment.
OSHA requires employers to conduct a hazard assessment and determine the appropriate PPE for the different types of work that employees are expected to do. This includes an assessment for potential foot injury hazards. This training session will discuss the potential foot hazards present in common workplace.
Foodborne illness is a risk in any food service operation. The public depends on you to take proper precautions to prevent food contamination. But are they really doing all the things they need to do?
Most workplace fires start as small fires that could be safely and quickly extinguished. Immediate response is required by trained employees in order to control the fire and prevent it from becoming a large, out-of-control fire.
This training course will teach you to understand hazards that lead to an emergency, evacuate an area in an emergency, respond to an emergency, protect yourself from fire and other hazards, prevent fires, and respond to fires and spills. Use this Emergency Action and Fire Prevention PowerPoint presentation to train your workers on fire prevention.
Making sure that all employees receive basic emergency response training is a critical part of disaster planning, whether you are planning for a workplace fire or a natural disaster like a tornado or flood. This training session will help you to identify different types of workplace disasters, understand the requirements of your emergency response plan, carry out emergency response assignments effectively, and evacuate quickly and safely in an emergency.
When supervisors and managers know how to resolve workplace conflicts effectively, they can save time and turn potentially destructive situations into positive, productive opportunities for growth and development within their departments and work groups.
This course will identify compressed gases by the labels and discuss safe transport, handling, and storage of compressed gas cylinders.
When a serious injury occurs in your home or workplace you have to think and act quickly. Medical assistance may be only minutes away, but sometimes seconds count. What your workers do in those first few seconds and minutes can make the difference between life and death. Quick, calm, and correct action can make all the difference.
This training course will help you to understand how back injuries occur; prevent back injuries; use proper lifting, load carrying, and unloading techniques; and think intelligently about your back.
This course will teach you about asbestos and how it is used. You will understand the health impacts of asbestos and recognize potential occupational exposure.
Training is geared for Food Inspectors and Health Professionals. Ethnic Foods covers Asian, Jamaican, African and other cuisines. Learn more about the diverse foods encountered in restaurants across the country. Can be used for continuing education.
Microbiology 101 is a great refresher for health inspectors. Do you remember Campylobacter jejuni, Shigella, and Vibrio? If your mind went blank, you need this training.
HIV/AIDS 2-hour course for cosmetologists, hair braiders and wrappers re-licensure with the Florida Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR).
CPFM credential is for managers of restaurants, grocery stores, mobile food units or any other type of establishment that serves food. The CPFM credential is also required in some states for health inspectors. This study guide will help you prepare to obtain this certification which is good for five years and will set you apart from the average food safety professional. This certification can also be used for continuing education credit.
The Self-Improvement Safety Package includes the topics of Basic First Aid, Back Safety, and Residential Safety. You will feel better prepared for what life has to “throw” at you after completing these presentations.
Improve your overall wellness by completing our Self-Improvement Wellness Package. The package includes the topics of Financial Wellness, Healthy Sleeping Habits, Stress Management and Wellness and You.
Our Environmental Health Education Package includes a total of thirty (30) courses, that equal sixty (60) hours of continuing education. This package is perfect for individuals with more than one certification or just wants to obtain more knowledge in a specific area. Those that do not need the entire 60 hours, only complete the amount of continuing education that you need. Certificates of completion are available to print at the end of each course. For a complete list of our courses, please look below at the "Buy Individual Courses" section.
HIV/AIDS 2 hour course for cosmetologists, hair braiders and wrappers re-licensure with Department of Business and Professional Regulation (DBPR).