Cannabis Worker Safety Certification
For the cannabis industry to maintain a safe and compliant workplace, workers need to complete basic safety and health education. Our cannabis worker safety education provides workers and employers training on the recognition, avoidance, abatement and prevention of safety and health hazards in the workplace. This training will give you the knowledge you need to stay safe and secure in the workplace, protect your coworkers, and keep the entire business in compliance.
Our cannabis worker safety training is an official general education training for workers, it is intended to provide them with an awareness of common job-related safety and health hazards. What you will learn in this training is engaging, informative, and enjoyable to ensure that workers are more knowledgeable about the cannabis workplace hazards, their rights, and how to increase worker productivity. You will explore safety and health standards to be able to identify and prevent common workplace hazards found in the cannabis industry.
This will give you an overview of many components of workplace safety, so you can keep yourself and others safe. Discover the training for recognition, avoidance, abatement, and prevention of workplace hazards. This provides overview information regarding safety, including workers’ rights and employer responsibilities so you will master all critical aspects of workplace safety and be fully-equipped to avoid and prevent workplace hazards and worker accidents. Employers are responsible for providing additional training for their cannabis workforce on the specific hazards of their job as noted in many safety standards.
- Video: 10 Interactive Trainings
- Resource: 10 eBook Guides
- Assessment: 10 Quiz Activities
- Display: Digital Badge & Certificate
As more workers become involved in the cannabis industry, there is an increased risk of injuries and exposure to industrial hazards in the workplace. Many of the same principles associated with the agricultural production apply to the cannabis production safety. Learn how preventive efforts make good business sense when you begin to consider the possible costs associated with a tragic accident. Overall, a lack of information about what equipment is needed, how to protect your workers and how to put these compliance programs in place.
- Cannabis Worker Safety
Education is important for informing workers about workplace hazards in the cannabis industry and controls so they can work more safely and be more productive. Learn the role of education and training is to provide workers and managers with a greater understanding of the safety and health program itself. Find how they can contribute to its development and implementation, but depending upon employees’ specific responsibilities, employers must provide them with training that relates to cannabis operations conducted at their worksites.
- Cannabis Workplace Safety
The cannabis industry is considered a “moderate hazard” workplace by government safety regulatory agencies and administrations, but real hazards exist in the form of pesticides, electricity and, slips, trips and falls. You will learn the first step to implement a successful and compliant safety program is to educate everyone in the workplace on the applicable rules and regulations. You must understand what it takes to implement a cannabis industry safety and health compliance program is knowing which specific regulations need to be included.
- Cannabis Safety Programs
Almost every day, you hear about an active shooter when a cannabis location is robbed. Since the cannabis industry produces a valuable commodity, knowing how to react is key to avoiding a frightening and unpredictable situation. The cost to owners and insurance companies is substantial in financial losses, not even counting the loss to business revenues that may occur from adverse publicity. More alarming is the growing trend in violence during these times, which in some cases have led to employees and customers being injured.
- Active Shooter
Bloodborne pathogens are infectious micro-organisms in human blood that can cause disease in humans. Learn what to do when there is an injury from a sharp object that may expose workers to bloodborne pathogens. Workers in many positions in the cannabis workplace may be at risk for exposure to all bloodborne pathogens. In order to reduce or eliminate the hazards of occupational exposure to bloodborne pathogens, you must implement an exposure control plan for the worksite with details on protection measures.
- Bloodborne Pathogens
Musculoskeletal Disorders (MSD’ s) affect the muscles, nerves, blood vessels, ligaments and tendons. Workers in many different positions in the cannabis industry can be exposed to risk factors in the workplace, such as lifting heavy objects, bending over, reaching overhead, carrying heavy loads, working in awkward body postures and performing the same or similar tasks repetitively. Learn how exposure to risks for MSD’s in the cannabis industry increases a risk of worker injury and how these work-related MSD’s can be controlled and prevented.
There are several types of Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) and programs that can be put in place to help protect the health and safety of cannabis workers. Different types of respirators may be needed to help protect against the short and long-term exposure to the plants, mold or pesticides. Additionally, safety eyewear and safety sun wear can help protect from sun, UV grow lamps, pesticides, other chemicals and debris while cultivating, harvesting and processing. And gloves, protective clothing and eye protection can prevent worker injury.
- Personal Protective Equipment
Slip, trip, and fall hazards are the most common in the cannabis industry and they make up the majority of accidents. The potential for these same-level incidents exists when unintended or unexpected changes occur between the feet and the walking surface. Discover different examples, including items blocking pathways, loose mats, and wet walking surfaces. Slip, trip, and fall hazards can come in many forms, for example, a cannabis cultivator may encounter a slip hazard while conducting their work if the crops have been watered recently.
- Walking and Working Surfaces
Cultivation operations require a great deal of electrical energy. This translates to hazards in many forms such as temporary wiring (ex. extension cords), missing breakers, blocked electrical panels, improperly wired units, electricity use in high humidity and watering areas, improper repairs, unguarded fans, overloaded circuits, inadequate wiring, lack of training and electrical safety. Beyond these electrical hazards listed in their routine operational states, employers are further required to protect from hazardous energy sources on equipment.
- Electrical Safety
Learn how hazardous materials in the cannabis industry are any materials that poses a significant hazard to human health, safety or the environment, such as substances that are flammable, corrosive, reactive, oxidizing, combustible, toxic or radioactive. Hazardous materials commonly found in cannabis-related activity include, but are not limited to: fertilizers, soil amendments, rodenticides, herbicides, fungicides, pesticides and insecticides, as well as fuel used onsite for power generators and/or heating elements, plus many more.
- Hazardous Materials
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- Access to all "micro-learning" modules, each is filled with engaging videos & digital materials created by leading EXPERTS who do this everyday in the cannabis industry.
- Downloadable resources & access activities anytime from any device or via our Mobile App to complete your training anywhere & even 100% offline (NO Internet required).
- Assessments are at the end of every "micro-learning" module so you'll need to ACHIEVE a grade of 80% (or better) to assess & validate your cannabis knowledge.
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