Workplace Training

If your company is facing challenges tackling its normal duties, now is the perfect time to take advantage of ATSSA’s new online training courses covering human resources and workplace safety issues.

Training includes human resources topics such as sexual harassment prevention and response, how to hire legally, hours-of-service rules, workers’ compensation, and workplace privacy. Workplace safety topics comply with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards and include tips for avoiding injuries, identifying hazardous materials, working outdoors, and working around heavy equipment. Some courses are offered in Spanish as well as English.

Registration fees (online only):

  • ATSSA members: $24*
  • Non-members: $27

*From March 24 - April 30, 2020, ATSSA members pay $0 for the "Acute Respiratory Illness Pandemics: Prevention and Response" course

Pandemic Course

Now available - ATSSA accelerates release of online course for pandemic response and prevention

The Training Department had been slated to launch a new segment of online training addressing human resources and workplace safety issues later this spring but out of heightened concerns for the health and safety of members amid COVID-19, Vice President of Member Services Donna Clark authorized early release of one course.

“Acute Respiratory Illness Pandemics: Prevention and Response” course

For most healthy adults, seasonal viruses are not generally life-threatening. But as you’ve seen in the news, acute respiratory illness pandemics, such as those caused by coronaviruses or influenza, can spread quickly and widely, and pose a major global health threat. The main objective of this course is to make nonhealthcare workers aware of the risks of pandemics and the precautions to take to keep themselves safe. By the time the session is over, you will be able to describe what a pandemic is; identify types of viruses that can cause acute respiratory illness pandemics and recognize their symptoms; appreciate the risks of infection; prevent the spread of infection; prepare for and address a pandemic at work and at home; and react responsibly if you get sick.

This course is FREE to ATSSA members March 24 - April 30, 2020

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Human Resources and Harassment Prevention Courses

Do your employees need mandatory sexual harassment prevention training? Do your supervisors need to know how to manage their employees? These online courses for your supervisors and workforce will help them improve their skills. Many courses are state-specific, such as California and New York, or offered in Spanish.

DOT Alcohol and Drug Training for Supervisors

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The main objective of this session is to train supervisors who oversee commercial drivers that perform safety-sensitive functions to make reasonable suspicion determinations for drug and alcohol use in compliance with the Department of Transportation's (DOT’s) alcohol and drug regulations at 49 CFR 382.603 (training for supervisors), and the organization’s policy and procedures. By the time the session is over, supervisors will be able to identify the requirements of DOT’s alcohol and drug regulations; understand how alcohol and drugs affect health and performance; identify signs and symptoms of alcohol and drug use; make appropriate reasonable suspicion determinations; conduct effective reasonable suspicion interviews; and understand when alcohol and drug tests are required and how tests are conducted. (121 minutes)

Workplace Safety Courses

Are your employees ready to respond to incidents in their environment? Are they prepared to work outdoors in extreme conditions? These online courses for your supervisors and workforce will help them improve their workplace safety skills. Many courses are offered in Spanish or are state-specific for California.

Active Shooter On-Site: What Every Employee Should Do

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Mass shootings have become all too commonplace, whether they are due to acts of terrorism, hate, or mental instability. Fortunately, there are things you can do to be prepared and to respond to survive. This training course is designed for workers who could find themselves in an active shooter situation before law enforcement arrives, and it describes methods to limit the damage and save lives both before and during these traumatic incidents. During this session, you’ll learn what an active shooter is, how to prepare for and respond to an active shooter, and how to recognize warning signs of potential violence. (22 minutes)

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