BWC Webinar: Lockout/Tagout and Safety-related Work Practices
BWC provides at least two webinars on different safety and health topics each month. Subject matter experts share their knowledge and provide an opportunity for participants to ask questions.These lessons engage students with a variety of interactive methodologies, including whiteboard activities, polling, and chat discussions.To obtain BWC program credit, participants must complete a short knowledge assessment within the BWC Learning Management System after the webinar and earn a passing score. The webinar host will provide further details regarding requirements for those seeking BWC program credit or CEUs during each webinar.
Accident Analysis: Feb. 9 11:00 am - 12:00 pm LINK
Office Ergonomics Tips for Teleworkers: Feb. 17 1:30 pm - 2:30 pm LINK
Webinar Recording Replays
If you miss a webinar, just search “replay” in the BWC Learning Management System.
1. Go to www.bwclearningcenter.com.
2. Log in or create a new account.
3. Type “replay” in the “Search Catalog” field and click the magnifying glass to search. 4. Review recordings of past webinars (no credits provided). .12
Virtual Training Classes
As an alternative to in-person classes, which have been canceled due to the pandemic, BWC is providing a limited number of virtual classes to meet more in-depth learning needs. Virtual classes provide the opportunity for participation and interaction consistent with the BWC classroom experience. All BWC program credits associated with a normal classroom experience are available with virtual class completion. System and participation requirements are outlined in more detail in the link for more information below. LINK
Electrical Safety in the Workplace through Insight and Implementation of NFPA70E: Feb. 1-2 9:30 am - 12:45 pm
Job Safety Analysis: Feb. 3 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
OSHA Record keeping Half-Day Workshop: Feb. 10 9:30 am - 1:00 pm
Lockout/Tagout and Safety-related Work Practices: Feb. 23 1:00 pm - 4:30 pm
Hazard Communication Half-Day Workshop: Feb. 25 9:30 am - 1:00 pm
These on-demand courses cover topics including Bloodborne Pathogens, Developing a Safety Culture, OSHA Recordkeeping 101, and others. Online course times range from 30 minutes to approximately two hours and provide the ultimate in convenience for learning at your pace and at your desired time. LINK