Best Fire Safety Courses

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OSHA Workplace Safety (General Industry 6 Hr Class)

Learn the requirements and standards associated with OSHA and workplace safety. Safety best practices for the workplace.

Created by LearnSmart LLC - Smarter Training. Never Open a Textbook.


Students: 12828, Price: $64.99

Students: 12828, Price:  Paid

Welcome to Workplace Safety OSHA's General Industry Training for Employees and Businesses from LearnSmart.

In this OSHA series, you will be introduced to the general safety requirements that any employee should be aware of and provides a comprehensive overview of general workplace safety that companies seek and can require their employees understand and adhere to. These health and safety programs and procedures in this course are derived from federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) regulations.

This course focuses and aligns closely with OSHAs General Industry Training Requirements, 29 CFR Part 1910

Course Breakdown:

Section 1: In the pre-assessment quiz you'll face questions that test your current workplace knowledge, get to know your strengths and weaknesses.

Section 2: Gain background information about OSHA and OSHA standards, inspections, citations, and penalties. At the end of this course, you will be able to distinguish between the role of OSHA and the role of the office of Environmental Health and Safety (EHS).

Section 3: By recognizing and applying the basic values of industrial hygiene to the work environment, the workplace will become healthier and safer. Learn how to identify sources of potential problems, about the different types of hazards, and how to control and respond to those hazards in the workplace.

Section 4: Whether you are a business owner looking for ways to improve costs and workplace safety, or a worker interested in learning more about how a safety and health program can benefit you.

Section 5: OSHA Standards for Personal Protective Equipment takes a deeper look at using PPE controls in the workplace. This section describes the two primary means of protecting employees from workplace hazards before considering PPE; explains what should be included in PPE training; lists PPE that may be used for protection; and identifies hazards that are reduced or eliminated by using the appropriate PPE for eye, face, head, hearing, foot, hand and body protection.

Section 6: A respirator is a device that is intended to protect employees from inhaling dangerous substances, such as chemicals and infection particulates. Respirators are among the most important parts of protective equipment for working in hazardous environments. Identify what respirators are, how respirators function, and what is needed for a respirator to provide protection.

Section 7: Define terms such as floor opening, standard railing, standard toeboard, floor hole, and wall opening. You will be able to identify safety requirements to help prevent walking and working surface hazards related to general housekeeping floors, walls, open-sided surfaces, stairways, ladders, and scaffolding.

Section 8: OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard (HCS) is base on a simple concept - that employees have both a need and a right to know the hazards and identities of the chemicals You are exposed to when working. HCS addresses the issues of evaluating and communicating chemical hazard information to workers. In this section we will be giving the student an in-depth look into hazard communications and how it affects the workplace.

Section 9: Hazardous Materials focuses on OSHA's requirements for hazardous materials and hazardous waste operations; the requirements for emergency response at uncontrolled hazardous worksites and treatment, storage and disposal facilities; and the steps an employer must take to protect the health and safety of employees in these environments.

Section 10: The need for BBP training is essential for employees who are constantly at risk of exposure to blood, fluids, or other contaminated materials that are known to cause illnesses, or even death. This training identifies the types of BBPs, BBP exposure, and the proper protection from exposure, how to dispose of contaminated or used materials, and what to do in the event of exposure.

Section 11: Find and identify the standards that are place in order to prevent these hazards, as well as the primary concerns associated with design and construction, ventilation, ignition sources, and storage. The student will be able to identify boiling points and will be able to explain the degrees in which explosions can occur and how to prevent them.

Section 12: Employers must train employees about fire hazards that exist in the workplace, how to prevent fires, and what to do in the event one occurs.

Section 13: Articulate the importance of ergonomics in the workplace. You will be able to define ergonomics and identify risk factors for musculoskeletal disorders, as well as explain the benefits of using a proactive approach to ergonomics in the workplace. The student will be able to discuss the elements of an effective ergonomic process.

Section 14: Identify the four main types of injuries that may result from electrical contact. The student will be able to describe the three types of electrical hazards that may be encountered, and name warning signs that indicate their existence. You will also be able to identify methods of protection from electrical hazards and safety training requirements for working with electrical equipment.

Section 15: Gain a thorough understanding of mechanical hazards and the importance of safeguarding machines. You will have learned about different types of guards and devices that will protect them as you work. Employees will understand OSHA standards in regard to machine guarding.

Section 16: Solve general hazards related to slips, trips, and falls. You will also be able to explain the proper usage of ladders, stairs, ramps, and loading docks, as well as the common hazards and risks associated with each of these, and how to remedy those hazards and risks.

Section 17: Fall Protection provides you with a look at the work conditions that require the use of fall protection and the available options to protect employees from falls. By taking this section, you will be able to identify fall protection methods available for protecting employees; the basic conditions that trigger the use of fall protection for employees in the general industry; and the importance of good work practices and training.

Section 18: Locate the minimum requirements for lockout and tagout of energy isolating devices. You will be able to identify employer requirements and responsibilities, device requirements and procedural requirements. The student will also be able to explain the procedures for lockout and tagout, including preparation, procedures involving more than one person, group lockout and tagout, and periodic inspection.

Section 19: Distinguish why having an emergency action plan is important. You will be able to identify potential emergencies and what should be included in the plan. The student will be able to describe how to account for personnel, and discuss what kind of medical assistance, security, and training should be made available

The content in this course comes from OSHA General Industry Topics


Learn from others! Here are some reviews from participants (Click on reviews to see full list of reviews)

  • Smart method to learn - This course is helpful and using smart way to motivate thinking and understanding. The instructor has a professional delivery method, and the he materials are interesting and creative specially the flashcards and the exercises -- I.A.
  • This course is of high quality - This course will explain you every concept from scratch. The instructor is highly engaging and highly motivating. Can't be better. Thank you -- S.T.
  • Thanks for LearnSmart LLC. Very clear explanation, easy to understand, delivered in very slow and deliberate manner -- R.B.
  • A Complete Jumpstart - What has impressed me the most is the depth of the content to this coarse. Each HD video is crystal clear in both the visual and audio, even including quality closed captioning (great for reading along with the lectures). I wasn't interested in the flashcards or the crossword puzzles when I started the program, but I've found them to be very useful in staying engaged in the class when away from home. This is everything you need to get started and have a classroom quality experience from home. Dive in and stay focused! -- P.C.

OSHA Safety Pro: Transport Safety. Part 396 of The FMCSA

A quick 10 point safety guide, and FREE 65 page HSE Transport Safety manual that the will save lives and money

Created by James Neil - Health & Safety Official


Students: 7223, Price: Free

Students: 7223, Price:  Free

For enrolling in this course you will automatically have access to a FREE 65 page HSE Transport Safety manual complete with an Accident Investigation program, Code of Safe Practices, Hazard Recognition program, pictures, diagrams, training records, and employee sign in sheets. 

Driving a truck or passenger vehicle for a living can be a very lucrative, financially rewarding business. Without goods and people getting to where they need to go, the world would stop. 

This is a quick, less than an hour, course that will pay very high dividends not just financially, but through safe practices that will save lives and costly accidents.

Use this course to show clients and employers you can be trusted with the financial rewards of safe transportation and driving.

This course is designed for anyone who drives for a living or is applying to be a driver. The certificate received from this course can be used to show paying clients and employers that you can be trusted with the responsibility of safe motor carrier transportation. 

The course is your once enrolled. You will be able to download it and keep it to build upon your safety program at your place of business, show your management you have what it takes, or use it to train others. 

If a safety program or motor-carrier safety program does not yet exist at your place of business, this is your chance to shine an impress others by using the materials of this course to start one. 

Use this course to reap the financial and physical health benefits of moving people and goods, safely over the road. 

God Bless...and Safe Driving.

OSHA Safety Pro: Personal Protective Equipment

Impress management or get that job with you your ability to display life and dollar saving work place safety practices.

Created by James Neil - Health & Safety Official


Students: 6780, Price: $19.99

Students: 6780, Price:  Paid

This safety course is about OSHA's Personal Protective Equipment Safety Standard and is designed to enable you with the tools to become a life saving and money saving asset to your company.  Impress management with your expertise on health and safety and how to apply it to all aspects of the job. This course is interactive, with questions for the instructor, simple and effective quizzes, and complete with actual job site inspections.

This course is designed with the busy, hardworking, family-provider in mind in that it is formatted to be taken anywhere. Take it with you on your phone, tablet, or computer.

Once enrolled this course is yours to keep and use and you see fit. Use it to impress supervisors and colleagues by conducting your own safety trainings and workshops. Print up the slides for field trainings, enroll in the course and play it for groups, or enroll employees and colleagues into it, this course is yours. 

Safety For Rooftop Solar Projects

Protecting yourself from various hazards while working on a rooftop solar site

Created by AnthroPower Training - Pioneers in workforce training in the solar industry


Students: 3629, Price: Free

Students: 3629, Price:  Free

Gain a comprehensive understanding of the best practices for ensuring personal safety while working on a rooftop solar site.

If you are looking for a job in the solar industry or looking to simply implement your rooftop solar PV project, you need a complete understanding of the safety procedures that need to be followed to ensure personnel safety.

This course covers a complete range of 300+ critical safety points ranging from electrical safety, fire safety, safety while working at a height, basic personal safety and site orientation.

This course will help you understand the different safety risks and industry best practices to avoid those risks through easy to comprehend animations. The animations are truly unique with real world rooftop site scenarios and various techniques to avoid accidents.

This course has been deployed by leading solar companies in South East Asia.

Complete Health and Safety Auditor Course. OHSAS 18001.

How to implement and audit a health & safety management system and obtain certification to OHSAS 18001 Standard.

Created by Cristian Lupa - Auditor, Consultant & Trainer


Students: 3576, Price: $34.99

Students: 3576, Price:  Paid

Learn about occupational health & safety and the requirements of worldwide recognized standard OHSAS 18001. 

My course has 3 parts:

In the first part I speak about the concept of health and safety including its history and present days, what lead to its development and the importance it has in modern world.

The second part is about the requirements of OHSAS 18001. Each requirement is presented in detail. What is the intent of the requirement and what an organization that seeks to be compliant and get certification to OHSAS 18001 standard is expected to do for conformity. 

Here I speak about all major elements of the OHSAS 18001 standard like: health and safety hazard identification and risk assessment; controls to mitigate health and safety risks; legal requirements and evaluation of compliance; occupational health and safety policy and objectives; emergency preparedness and response; competence and awareness; participation and consultation of staff; control of documents and records; internal audits; incident investigation; management review.

The third part of my course is about management system auditing - you will understand the most important concepts regarding the audit of management systems - types of audits, principles, objectives, scope, criteria, documents used, nonconformities, audit report.

The information in this course is valuable for auditors but also it
provides lots of information to consultants
who design and implement
health and safety systems or provide advice to companies on health and
safety matters. Also people who deal with health and safety in their day
to day activities (EHS officers, health and safety engineers and
professionals) will find here valuable information

You can get from here condensed information that you can go through whenever you have the time and that you can go back to anytime if you need it.

OSHA Safety Training: Conducting Safety Meetings

A Brief Safety Management Course for Current and Aspiring Safety Professionals

Created by Joe Story - Safety Professional and Educator


Students: 2683, Price: $19.99

Students: 2683, Price:  Paid

This course discusses the essentials of safety meeting design. Many organizations utilize safety meetings (sometimes called toolbox talks) as part of their workplace safety programs.

The course is broken down into five, easy to complete sections:

  1. Section One: Introduction to Safety Meetings

  2. Section Two: Designing and Delivering Effective Safety Meetings

  3. Section Three: General Safety Meeting Tips

  4. Section Four: Safety Meeting Gone Bad

  5. Section Five: Bonus Materials

In addition, students will also receive a certificate of completion after completing the course.

Fire Safety: Become A Fire Safety Expert

Become an expert in Fire Safety, Fire Hazards Control, Fire Evacuation Plans, and Fire Risk Assessment.

Created by Mohammed Saeed - Safety and Health Engineer, Trainer


Students: 2586, Price: $59.99

Students: 2586, Price:  Paid

Almost all countires restrict rules for fire protection in any workplace, and ensure that these rules are applied on the groud, so fire knowledge is no longer a lexury or extra information.

Join more than a thousand happy student in the strongest fire safety course on udemy, even if you have zero knowledge about safety or fire, this course is going to take your hand from the simplest fire concept to the experts playground.

It the "SAFETY FIRST" sign is what you see upon entering any industrai site, no job interview in a decent industrial company can exclude the fire subject.

  • A simple yet very strong guide for protection against fire hazards.
  • Understanding of fire concepts such as fire tetrahedron, fire risk assessment & evacuation plans, flash point, etc.
  • Materials free for download includes: The full course materials, fire inspection checklist, & a guideline for fire evacuation plan.
  • The course structure starts with simple demonstration of fire, and fire chemistry, developing to fire terminology, fire classes, extinguishers, and with the same simplicity ends up with fire risk assessment and evacuation plans.
  • Why take this course? Because fire knowledge is not a luxury, it is a life saving.

Fire Safety and Prevention Planning

Become an expert in understanding "Fire Safety" and "Prevention Planning" for your workplaces and organizations.

Created by Syed Muhammad Shamuel Shees - HSE Consultant, Freelancing Professional and Amazon Expert


Students: 2457, Price: $49.99

Students: 2457, Price:  Paid

Course Outlines:

  • Number of Sections: 10

  • Number of Lectures: 29

  • Number of Quizzes:  1 comprehensive quiz

  • Number of Additional Resources: 17

  • Lectures Duration:  125 Minutes

Course Approach:  Thorough Detailing of Stated Subject, Practical Approach, Industries Best Practices Elaboration and Accelerated Learning Technique (ALT).


As witnessed by many or can even be seen on social media / print media that catastrophes occurred due to FIRE and the prime reason is lack of knowledge and understanding 'Learn not to Burn', around the globe almost every country has builtin legislation's regarding FIRE safety and prevention planing.  

Understanding of "Fire Safety and Prevention Planning" is one of the necessary ingredient of our life. In this course we will learn the detailed methods of "Fire Prevention" that are one of the pre-requisites to work in any organization,  even if you have no understanding about occupational safety or FIRE, this course is going to transform you from novice level to expert's grounds.

At the end of this course you will be able to implement Fire Safety and Prevention Planning within your organization and workplaces in accordance with the standard requirements.

This course is in compliance with the "Fire Safety Reforms 2005", "NFPA USA" and "OSHA" requirements.

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Training on Dementia for Direct Care Workers

Improve you daily care practice of dementia patients

Created by iDO Consortium - Erasmus


Students: 2343, Price: Free

Students: 2343, Price:  Free

This MOOC includes multimedia training contents for direct care workers, based on internationally recognized good practices in dementia care. The design and development of the MOOC contents involved direct care workers, people with dementia and family carers to include their perspective,therefore stimulating direct care workers to reflect on their daily practice and how to best meet their patients’ needs.

You will also be able to put into practice what you have learned during the course by playing a free serious game about caregiving with people with dementia. Check the Bonus  Lecture for more info on this.

Please be aware that the course includes some testimonials in other languages. Nevertheless, Closed Caption (subtitles) in English are always available for these lectures.

Essential Fire Safety Training

A walk through of the fundamentals for Fire Safety. An essential piece of knowledge for all ages.

Created by Talal Ahmad - Instructor at Read Trainings


Students: 1753, Price: $19.99

Students: 1753, Price:  Paid

Health and Safety should be the top priority for every individual. This course presents essential knowledge on the Basics of Fire Safety.

The course is tailored to present the information in a short, concise, and engaging manner. All of this is done while maintaining the important information that all students need to understand about Fire.

Course Contents:

  • Introduction

  • The Science of Fire

  • Fire Extinguishers

  • In Case of emergency

  • Prevention and Planning

  • Summary

Join me now to make your home, office or workplace FIRE-SAFE.

Fire Safety Management Handbook-First Edition

Applying Fire Safety and Prevention techniques in Hospitals. MasterClass student-friendly presentation & learning tools.

Created by Mohammad Umair Qureshi - Project Manager


Students: 1590, Price: $54.99

Students: 1590, Price:  Paid

The first edition of the Fire Safety Management Handbook is intended to provide life safety. Fire safety is an important part of hospital building design. It consists of measures to prevent fires from starting, to facilitate the rescue of individuals in a burning building, and to help firefighters contain ablaze. Fire Safety Management Handbook provides practical revision guidance and strategies for all technical and non-technical audiences. This course provides up-to-date and relevant content and we have included the most current legislation and guidance at the time of publishing.

The Course includes:

  • provides practical revision guidance, simulation exercise, and fire safety strategies especially for healthcare staff.

  • highlights the key information for each learning outcome of the current syllabus.

  • gives hospital staff opportunities to test their knowledge based on Fire & Safety-style questions.

  • a valuable learning and reference tool

  • an extensive glossary and downloadable resources provides an additional reference tool

Throughout the course, the guide refers to the Fire Safety Management useful topics, situational work scenario exercises, helping staff to consolidate their learning and professional experience. I hope you find the Fire and safety Management course a useful resource for your workplace and/or practicing fire and safety management. These definitions come from a variety of sources including NFPA 101 Life Safety Code, NFPA 72, NFPA 10, NFPA 13, and (JCI) Joint Commission International 7th edition FMS.8 latest standards. This handbook is intended to provide front-line medical and non-medical staff with knowledge in Fire Safety Management with all the information they need whilst working towards their day-to-day job. It also aims to provide further information to the hospital staff over and above the syllabus of that course, to aid colleagues who wish to explore some concepts together, and also provides practitioners in the workplace with a reference guide to their subject area. This course is not just a prep guide but it's learning tool. Having a solid understanding of Fire Safety Management and the 'One-Stop Material' presented in this course will not only help you master the subject but will also enable you to apply what you have learned to your field and real-world live projects. I envisage that anyone who has some responsibility for fire and safety finds this course a useful resource.

By the end of the course, you’ll completely understand:

  • Fire Safety Management hospital standards, codes, plans and procedures.

  • fast-track Fire Response Plan- RACE & PASS techniques.

  • Conceptual understanding of Fire Alarm and Fire Fighting devices.

  • Fire Evacuation Strategies.

  • Applying Reverse Engineering to Fire Safety Problem-Solving scenarios.

  • Familiarization of Joint Commission International standards 7th edition pertaining to FMS.8 (Fire Safety).

  • Major Incident Activation, METHANE- Mass Casualty tabletop exercise, Pre and After Action Recovery.

  • Prepare High-Level hospital programs and procedures from downloadable resources.

How a Building is Designed and Built – Part 6 of 6

Fire Suppression, Fire Alarm, Fire & Life Safety Systems, Conveying Equip, MEP Trim, Startup, Commissioning, Closeout

Created by Matthew Morris - Senior Instructor and Professional Engineer


Students: 1071, Price: $99.99

Students: 1071, Price:  Paid

No matter which role you have in a building construction project, it is vital that you understand the "guts" of a building in order to make a positive impact.  For contractors, engineers, architects, real estate developers and facilities managers, it takes years or even decades to learn the materials and systems in a building.  The typical source of this education is on-the-job because this material is not taught in schools. Young professionals spend an extraordinary amount of time trying to understand the complexities of a modern building.  Every project is different and the materials and systems can change drastically from one building to the next.  Time can be better spent by adding value to projects instead of learning terminology and construction sequencing.  The lessons in the course have been developed to boil down years of on-the-job training into high-impact, bite-sized classes.

Basic Fire Safety Awareness

Basic Fire Safety Awareness - Your Gateway towards Career in Fire Safety

Created by HSE-Q Training International - A Trusted Name in Courses Related to HSE and Quality


Students: 1031, Price: $49.99

Students: 1031, Price:  Paid

This course is designed for those who are new to the concepts of fire safety and are at the beginner level.

This course will help those who:

● Want to work in fire safety

● Want to gain basic knowledge of fire safety

● Willing to make a career in fire safety

● To protect people and property

What you will learn:

● What is fire, its types/classification, and how to extinguish it

● Hazards of fire

● How fire spreads and how to control it

● Types of fire extinguishers, how to use it, how to inspect

● Fire risk assessment, how to perform FRA

● Role of a fire warden

Perform Basic Fire Fighting

This course is part of a complete qualification. This unit standard has been designed as part of a progression.

Created by Judy Brits - Teacher with passion


Students: 849, Price: Free

Students: 849, Price:  Free

The skills, values and knowledge reflected in this unit standard are required by people working in the manufacturing, engineering and any other field where basic fire fighting skills are required. During this course you will learn about fire fighting theories, equipment and to identify risks and hazards. Qualified learners can select and use the appropriate fire fighting equipment to extinguish or control fires in the workplace.

International Health & Safety Management System BootCamp

It Shows the Start point to Build your Health & safety Career and how to Join the field and becoming HSE Specialist

Created by Yasser Hassan - HSE Engineer


Students: 781, Price: $89.99

Students: 781, Price:  Paid

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                                                        HEALTH & SAFETY MANAGEMENT SYSTEM

chapter 1 : Foundation in Health & Safety : this chapter tells a quick historical introduction about health & safety 

- size of the problem  before health and safety existence ,
-  Health and Safety  definitions
-  Reasons for maintaining health & safety , 
-  defines the roles of international bodies & the international frame work

- Training Questions & Answers

                                                            Don't forget to check attached files and links of Some lectures       

chapter 2 : here we start directly talking about the structure of the management system, 

-  What is POLICY ? , 
- Purpose & importance of POLICY 
- main key features of policy. 
- Policy review process

- Training Questions & Answers

                                                          Don't forget to check attached files and links of Some lectures             

chapter 3 : the Organizing, Roles & Responsibilities 

-  concept of safety culture,
-  factors influencing Safety Culture , 
- how to improve Safety culture,
-  emergency procedures & first aid facility in any organization.

- Training Questions & Answers

                                                          Don't forget to check attached files and links of Some lectures             

chapter 4:  Planning. it defines objectives and how to set it .

- what is risk assessment
- Risk Assessment process ,
- Principles of control of risk reduction measures
- developing &  implementing safe systems of work
-  permit-to-work system

- Training Questions & Answers

chapter 5 : last  stones in the system is measuring, Audit, Review of the management system 

-  Active Monitoring 
-  Re-active monitoring
-  Health and safety audit ,
- investigating incidents in workplace 

 - Training Questions & Answers  
                                                             Don't forget to check attached files and links of Some lectures             

                                                              WORK PLACE HAZARDS & CONTROL MEASURES

chapter 1 : Work Place Hazards & Risk Control.

( including Working at height, basic Hazards of working at height, Control Measures of Working At Height, Work Platforms for Working At Height, Excavation's works )

-  health, welfare and work environment requirements in the workplace.
-  the risk factors and appropriate controls for violence at work.
- the effects of substance misuse on health and safety at work and control measures to reduce such risks.
-  the hazards and control measures for the safe movement of people in the workplace.
-  the hazards and control measures for safe working at height.
- identify the hazards and control measures for temporary works.

- Training Questions & Answers

                                                          Don't forget to check attached files and links of Some lectures         

chapter 2 : Transport Hazards & Risk Control.

-  the hazards and control measures for the safe movement of vehicles in the workplace.
- outline the factors associated with driving at work that increase the risk of an incident, 
- the control measures to reduce work-related driving risks.

- Training Questions & Answers


Don't forget to check attached files and links of Some lectures                 

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Fire Safety At Work

Learn Every Basic Thing You Need to Know About Fire Safety Including Classification of Fire & Types of Extinguishers.

Created by Zumar Training & Skills - Professional Training Provider


Students: 674, Price: $49.99

Students: 674, Price:  Paid

It is a legal requirement that all employees undergo basic Fire Safety training at induction and periodically thereafter, expected annually in most workplaces. The training must be carried out by a competent person with suitable and sufficient skills and knowledge of fire safety. OSHA standards require employers to develop evacuation and prevention plans. Employers must provide proper exits, employee training, and fire-fighting equipment.

This course is designed to provide you the knowledge required to act safely in the event of a fire at your workplace. In this course you will learn:

  • Fire, Its Causes & Consequences

  • Fire Triangle & Its Elements

  • Fire Classification

  • Extinguishing Principles

  • Fire Extinguishers & its Anatomy

  • Types of Extinguishers

  • Operating Fire Extinguishers

  • Do's & Don'ts of Fire Extinguishers

  • Rules of Fire Fighting

  • Emergency Response

  • Fire Prevention

  • Evacuation Planning

  • Fire Training & Drills

Gel Candles – How to Make Amazing Candles Quickly & Easily

Gel candle making - use candle gel to make dramatic, colourful scented candles with amazing designs, colours & effects.

Created by Shona O'Connor - Crafter, Maker of Soap, Hair, Bath and Body, Trainer


Students: 640, Price: $99.99

Students: 640, Price:  Paid

Gel candlemaking is a fun and economical way to create stunning long lasting scented candles, as gel candles burn 3-4 times longer than traditional wax candles.

The gel candles are made with a transparent gel which perfectly shows off bright colours and glitter, which is perfect for creating dramatic looking candles for special occasions.

The clear quality of the gel is the perfect base for creating stories or themes. You can use a variety of embeds to create eye catching effects.

Gel candles are not at all messy to make. The gel peels off almost anything, so is much easier to clean up than traditional wax, in fact, if don't like your candle you can simply pull it out of the container, remelt it and make something else! This also means that you can create temporary candles. You can take a special or themed container, make your candle in it for a special occasion then peel your gel out and reuse it for something else.

Gel candles are quick and easy to master once you know the basics methods and processes. The designs you can create are endless - the perfect outlet for your imagination.

Fire and life safety during / after covid19 pandemic

Changes and recommendations on fire and life safety

Created by Abu Ali - Mechanical Engineer , Fire protection specialist


Students: 557, Price: Free

Students: 557, Price:  Free

During last few months after the covid-19 pandemic started many things have changed in people habits and buildings usage which require attention from all fire protection designers, facilities management agencies, AHJs and occupants themselves.

So we have to apply changes to the new and existing fire protection systems in buildings to ensure that buildings and people will be protected in fire occurrences during and after pandemic situations.

Electric Vehicles Comprehensive Course

Electric vehicles complete training, Battery cars, EV certificate course, Hybrid, Plug-in, Battery management system

Created by Dr. Muhammad Naeem - PhD in Chemical Engineering


Students: 533, Price: $59.99

Students: 533, Price:  Paid

This course of electric vehicles will help you to discover useful knowledge and facts about the electric vehicles that you really need as a learner. If you desire to know how electric vehicles work, what fundamental systems they are made of, their progress history, categorization, and potential guidelines for future developers, then welcome to this course. You can understand all the basic concepts and techniques associated with electric transportation.

In this class, current and future of the electric vehicles, hybrid, plug-in hybrid, extended range and fuel cell automotive vehicles will be discussed in detail. Types of the electric vehicles and their batteries used based upon their materials and assembly will be analyzed in detail. If you are interested to learn about the operation of the electric cars, this course will also give you a simple but comprehensive overview of how batteries and also how battery thermal management system (BTMS) work.

The class is composed of video lectures where I give explanation about interesting facts of the electric vehicle and the battery technologies. This course is professionally designed in such a way that with each upcoming section you go deeper and deeper into comprehensive knowledge. This course is fairly suitable for the students who are new to this world. If you are already advanced in this field then you can skip some of the early lectures and go into more advanced sections of the course. Therefore, join the class and advance your knowledge on the electric vehicle technology that will drive the world. No prior knowledge necessary for this course.

This course is subject to further growth and expansion; several additional lectures and resources will be continuously added with the latest information to get superior understanding about the subject.

Fire & Explosion

FIRE - Chemistry, Extinguishers, Detection, Prevention and Protection along with Explosion phenomenon

Created by Pravin Pathak - Chemical engineer and Safety Professional


Students: 411, Price: $19.99

Students: 411, Price:  Paid


Contents are very useful for all the citizens including school children, college students and industrial persons as Fire hazard is present everywhere.

Specially it is useful for the candidates who are doing Diploma/Advance Diploma/Graduation in Fire & Safety or Industrial Safety courses.

A broad classification of fire safety system is explained in 5 lectures as below :

Fire Safety ( Existence fire hazard & awakening of fire consciousness of the management)

Fire Prevention

Detection by Detectors (alarms)

Elimination of hazard or source of ignition

Control over combustibles in storage, handling & process

Fire Protection

Fire resistant design of buildings, equipment, means of escape & fixed installations

Suppression, Extinguishment or control by various extinguishers

Fire fighting

Equipment & Hardware

Staff, training & readiness

Lecture - 1 includes

  • Concept of Fire, Fire Triangle, Fire Tetrahydran

  • Methods of Fire Extinguishment

  • Factors Contributing to Fire

  • Classification of Fire

  • Common causes of industrial fire

  • Concept of fire load

  • Design for fire safety

  • Basics methods for fire prevention & control

Lecture - 2 includes

  • Types of Fire Extinguishers

  • Suitability of Fire Extinguishers

  • How to operate Fire Extinguishers

  • Fire fighting installations & equipments

  • How to call Fire Brigade ?

Lecture - 3 includes

  • Fire Detection & Alarm systems

  • Main function of Detection systems are

  • Selection factors

  • Control of fire & Explosion in Flammable substances

  • Fighting fires of pesticides

  • Fire emergency action plan & drill

Lecture - 4 includes

  • Explosion phenomena

  • Explosion hazard of material

  • Explosive limits

  • Classification of Explosive material

  • Source of Ignition

  • Effect of explosion

  • Explosion control

  • Types of Explosion

Lecture - 5 includes

One of the act related to Fire provision i.e. Maharashtra Fire Prevention and Life Safety Measures Act, 2006 (Nine Chapters and two schedule)

Fire Safety 101: A Comprehensive Fire Safety Training Course

Understand Fire Safety, Fire Hazards Control, Fire Evacuation Plans & Fire Risk Assessment with this fire safety course.

Created by Training Express - Compliance Course Certification Provider


Students: 222, Price: $19.99

Students: 222, Price:  Paid

Fire safety training is required for all organizations, and employees such as managers and supervisors must be familiar with workplace fire safety laws and legislation. This comprehensive Fire Safety Training Course is designed to teach you what procedures need to be in place and how to react professionally in the case of a fire emergency.

This fire safety training course is targeted at businesses needing to train their staff in fire safety procedures. However, it is also applicable to anyone who wishes to learn how to prevent fire at home or in the workplace and deal with it effectively.

In this course, we will cover several core concepts of Fire Safety:

  • Introduction to Fire Safety

  • Fire Safety guidelines to follow

  • The key legislation involving fire safety

  • The legal requirements for workplace safety

  • Measures of Fire Safety

    • How to use a fire extinguisher and other equipment

    • How to locate basic safety features and equipment in a building

    • The different types of fire and what the causes maybe

  • Fire Emergency Evacuation Procedures

  • Fire Risk Assessment: types of risks and how to prevent them

This course is packed with information, insightful strategies, and guidelines and tips to start you off on your journey to become aware of fire safety. Apply what you’re learning in case of fire hazard at home or in the workplace.

Why is Fire Safety important?

Fire is probably the biggest risk to life that most people face at work, with around 50 people being killed and over 2000 seriously injured every year. To minimise the risk of fire in the workplace, it is vital that everyone is aware of the common causes of fire and the appropriate actions to take in the event of a fire, including how to escape safely from the scene.

Who is this course for?

  • Businesses needing to train their staff in fire safety procedures in the workplace

  • Anyone who wishes to learn how to prevent fire in the workplace and deal with it effectively should it occur

So let’s do this! Enroll today and start learning Fire Safety!

Health & Safety and Food Safety for hospitality operators

Learn how to comply with H&S and FS Law, train your team effectively and protect your business from common risks

Created by Anna Kurmanbaeva - Restaurant set up and operations Expert


Students: 205, Price: $79.99

Students: 205, Price:  Paid

This course provides information for people working in the catering and hospitality industry on how to comply with Health and Safety Law and Food Safety law, the main risks areas and control and prevention methods. You will learn how to manage  health and safety in your business and provide adequate training to your team.  

The course covers:

  1. H&S and Food Safety Legislation overview;
  2. Management and employee responsibilities in ensuring compliance with the Law;
  3. Main Hazards and risks within catering and hospitality and their management;
  4. Risk assessments and mapping tools;
  5. Fire Safety;
  6. Equipment and Electrical Safety;
  7. Manual Handling techniques;
  8. Control of Substances Hazardous to Health;
  9. Stress Management at Work;
  10. Provision of  training and information for staff;
  11. Food Safety and how to implement food safety management procedures;
  12. Food Hygiene practice and controls;
  13. Allergens and safe allergen handling;
  14. Cross-contamination and its prevention;
  15. Safer Food, Better Business concept and HACCP food safety management system.

The course also contains quizzes, test and downloadable training materials that make it more engaging and practical and also can be used for your business.

By the end of this training you will be able to recognise health & safety and food safety hazards, hygiene risks and understand how they may be prevented and controlled and, all in all, how to ensure safety in your business.

Workplace,Transport Hazards&Risks Control

It Shows the Start point to Build your Health & safety Career and how to Join the field and becoming HSE Specialist

Created by Yasser Hassan - HSE Engineer


Students: 172, Price: $44.99

Students: 172, Price:  Paid


chapter 1 : Work Place Hazards & Risk Control.

( including Working at height, basic Hazards of working at height, Control Measures of Working At Height, Work Platforms for Working At Height, Excavation's works )

-  health, welfare and work environment requirements in the workplace.
-  the risk factors and appropriate controls for violence at work.
- the effects of substance misuse on health and safety at work and control measures to reduce such risks.
-  the hazards and control measures for the safe movement of people in the workplace.
-  the hazards and control measures for safe working at height.
- identify the hazards and control measures for temporary works.

- Training Questions & Answers

                                                          Don't forget to check attached files and links of Some lectures         

chapter 2 : Transport Hazards & Risk Control.

-  the hazards and control measures for the safe movement of vehicles in the workplace.
- outline the factors associated with driving at work that increase the risk of an incident, 
- the control measures to reduce work-related driving risks.

- Training Questions & Answers


Don't forget to check attached files and links of Some lectures                   

Basics Of Health, Safety & Environment Management System

Learn The Basics Of Health, Safety & Environment Management System that Will Protect People, Property and Environment

Created by HSE-Q Training International - A Trusted Name in Courses Related to HSE and Quality


Students: 123, Price: $19.99

Students: 123, Price:  Paid

For the last few decades, the industry has undergone tremendous changes, impacted by technological advances and changing attitudes about how things should happen in the best way possible.

One such change is the industry's growing emphasis on safety and health. Professionals realized that safety, productivity, and quality are inseparably linked.

To protect their employees on the job, companies are implementing programs beyond regulatory compliance.

In this course, the instructor from HSE-Q Training International presents safety as being actively managed with quality and productivity. In addition, he discusses the importance of fire safety.

The instructor highlights some of the industry's most notable safety and health hazards throughout this course—including fall hazards, traffic accidents, respiratory hazards, and fire hazards—and shares strategies for integrating safety, quality, and productivity.

This course involves a dedicated session for risk assessment. If risks are not managed correctly, they can hinder the success of your project. You could even have your project derailed entirely. This course teaches you how to anticipate, assess, and manage risk. Creating a risk management plan, outlining and categorizing risks, performing a qualitative and quantitative risk analysis, creating a response plan, monitoring progress, and ensuring projects stay within budget and timelines will enable you to manage your risks effectively.

Learners will be equipped with all the knowledge they will need to improve health & safety at their workplaces with the Basics Of Health, Safety & Environment Management System. Walking you through the basics to more specialized topics covers everything you need to know about and much more.

Discover tips and guidance that will steer you towards excellence, with six meticulously crafted modules designed by professional experts in Health, Safety, and Environment Management training. So whether you want to ace that job interview, grow your confidence in the workplace, or gain the skills for self-mastery, this HSE training course is tailor-made to help you achieve your true potential.

And if you find that this course is not equipping you with the knowledge that can help you to gain employable skills, claim your money back within 30 days of taking the course.

What's more, with the Basics of Health, Safety, and Environment Training Course, you'll get to know the ins and outs of the topic. There are no specific entry requirements for this course, which can be studied part-time or full-time and at your own pace. So, join this HSE Training Course today and master the safety essentials to ensure workplace safety.

There are six sections in this course, which cover various topics related to health, safety, and the environment.

In chapter 1. We will discuss - What Is Meant by Health, Safety, and Environment? This section will cover an overview of basic concepts, the need for health safety, and definitions of health, safety, and environment.

In chapter 2. During this course, we will discuss Hazard Identification and Risk Assessment, and learn how to carry out these tasks, as well as how to control risks in a hierarchical manner

Chapter 3. The topic is Fire Safety and Fire Prevention Techniques - which includes basic information about fire safety such as, what is fire, how it is made, and how it is extinguished

In chapter 4. The basic elements of behavioral safety will be discussed: What is Behavior, what is Behavior Observation, and the kinds of reinforcements that can occur.

In Chapter 5. The purpose of this lesson is to provide you with information about IOSH, OSHA, ISO 45001, and 14001, which are international organizations regulating and enforcing health safety laws.

Last but not least, in the last chapter, we will review some frequently asked questions regarding health, safety, and the environment.

If you complete the course, you will receive a certificate from Udemy that you can save and use for career advancement.


Managing Fire Safety in Workplace

Created by Yasser Hassan - HSE Engineer


Students: 110, Price: $89.99

Students: 110, Price:  Paid

international Fire Safety,  Health and Safety at work, Safety management system, Safety management system, Safety Training.                                              

                                                        INTERNATIONAL FIRE SAFETY CERTIFICATE

chapter 1 : Principles of Fire and Explosions

this chapter to focus on strategies of control as they relate to safety management as a whole.

-  introduction,
-  Chemistry of Fire
-  Classifications of Fire
-  Principles of Fire Spread
- Explosions


chapter 2 : Causes and Prevention of Fire 

-  Accidental  Fires
- causes of fire
- Arson 
- Prevention of Fire


chapter 3 : Fire Protection in Buildings

-  Preventive and Protective Measures
-  Building Designs and Constructions  
-  Means of Escape,

chapter 4:  Environmental Impact of Fire

- Sources of pollution
- Planning to minimize the impact of Fire

chapter 5 : Fire Risk assessment

- what is risk assessment
- Risk Assessment process ,
- Principles of control of risk reduction measures


Fire and Life Safety Concepts

Become an expert in fire and life safety strategies to protect the world from the potential fire threat

Created by Shaflotrules- Trainer - Fire and Life Safety Trainer


Students: 106, Price: $59.99

Students: 106, Price:  Paid

This course is specifically designed for those who are looking to learn fire and life safety concepts. The world has changed tremendously in recent years, most of the buildings have built only considering decorative rather than any concern on life safety measures. The majority of the fires are happening due to the poor quality of the materials is being used in the building construction. Artificial materials being used everywhere to improve the aesthetic of the building. Anything that the artificially made materials would catch fire easily and emit poisonous gas that affects human health.

This course will teach you some of the life safety measures should consider while designing the systems in order to achieve the NFPA 101 life safety objectives

This course is specifically designed for those who are looking to learn fire and life safety concepts. The world has changed tremendously in recent years, most of the buildings have built only considering decorative rather than any concern on life safety measures. The majority of the fires are happening due to the poor quality of the materials is being used in the building construction. Artificial materials being used everywhere to improve the aesthetic of the building. Anything that the artificially made materials would catch fire easily and emit poisonous gas that affects human health.

This course will teach you some of the life safety measures should consider while designing the systems in order to achieve the NFPA 101 life safety objectives

Acrylic Pours

Creating beautiful abstract acrylic art

Created by DENISE LOVE - Photographer | Teacher | Artist | Creative


Students: 93, Price: $34.99

Students: 93, Price:  Paid

I am so excited to bring you this workshop on creating beautiful abstract acrylic art by doing Acrylic Pours. This is by far one of the most fun and slightly addicting art techniques I do. After doing hundreds of pieces myself and experimenting with different substrates, paints, methods, and more – I cannot wait to show all the fun things I’ve learned in doing these pieces.

Who is this workshop good for? Artists and any creatives – who want to learn how to do Acrylic Pours to make beautiful abstract art.

In this workshop we will go over the basics and more:

  • We’ll go over a comprehensive list of supplies and a variety of different price ranges you might consider for your pieces.

  • I’ll show you how I keep track of the colors and results I get so I can revisit the colorways I loved.

  • We’ll talk about priming your surfaces and the differences you get if you choose a white surface vs. a black surface to start with.

  • I’ll show you how I mix my paints using several different pour mediums.

  • We’ll talk about paint disposal – hint: you don’t use your sink to dispose of your paints.

  • I’ll go over safe ways to use a torch and fire safety – since it will be possible to use a small torch to coax your paint to create pretty cells and pop any air bubbles.

  • I’ll cover a TON of different pouring techniques and tools.

  • I’ll talk about what not to do with your piece the very next day.

  • I’ll show you how to pour over pieces you don’t love.

  • I’ll show you some advanced cell creating techniques.

  • We’ll talk about working in a series and I do 2 series in this workshop.

  • I’ll show you how I keep the back of my pieces paint-free.

  • I’ll show you some fun comparisons of how different mediums perform for creating those beautiful color cells.

  • I’ll show you how some different surfaces performed after they had paint poured on them so you can choose what you wish to experiment with for yourself.

  • I’ll show you some different methods for finishing off your pieces when they are finished and dry.

  • AND… I’ll show you how I create some beautiful jewelry pieces to wear using the drop-off paint from your pieces.

** Disclaimer: The content of this workshop is not intended for the use of persons under the age of 18. We are working with art materials and heat sources that should only be used by adults or under the close supervision of an adult.

Quick Service Restaurant Management Certificate Course

Deep dive into the Role of a Restaurant Manager and become certified in Quick Service Restaurant Management

Created by Neelabha Chatterjee - Restaurant Management & Behavioral Skills Trainer


Students: 65, Price: $54.99

Students: 65, Price:  Paid

If you are interested in broadening your understanding of Quick Service Restaurant Management? QSR industry is one of the fastest growing sector of hospitality industry, if there are people, they will need food and since people need their food fast, this industry will continue to thrive.

This course has been tailor made for everyone's consumption, whether your a fresher, a seasoned employee or an aspiring entrepreneur if you are interested in expanding your knowledge this course is just for you. It has been carefully crafted to make sure everyone gets to understand every aspect of QSR Management. The course starts from the basic core functions of a QSR and unpacks every detailed aspect of QSR Management, from guest service, quality control, maintaining safety & security, shift management, administrative tasks, team training, Cost control, Inventory Management up to leadership development.

Even if you are looking for a course to develop the skill sets of your own restaurant employees, this course will satisfy all your needs, as this course has been designed in such a way that it will fit QSRs dealing in different types of cuisines. In order to explain operations excellence and Inventory management and cost control a separate Menu, restaurant Layout, Equipment list, delivery invoice with product pricing have been prepared, so that no matter which cuisine of food a QSR serves anyone enrolled in this course will have no difficulty in understanding any of the above mentioned subjects.

To help students keep track of their level of understanding every section  of the course ends with a Quiz, so that they are able to see their performance understand their opportunity areas and revisit the chapters they had doubts with.

This course is not only designed to train you on QSR management but is also well equipped with personality development contents, so that you can become more self-aware, aware of your surrounding and aware of reactions and responds of others around you, so that you can understand a life event better and become more able in inter personal interactions.

In short if you are a human being who hopes to learn more about QSR management and expand your horizon, studying Quick Service Restaurant Management will be an invaluable investment of your time.

Health and safety in the workplace

For health care professionals, or anyone interested in health and safety in the UK

Created by Deborah Casey - Course creator


Students: 53, Price: $29.99

Students: 53, Price:  Paid

Are you taking on line health care  courses and feel there are some missing pieces?  Or do you live in another country and interested in working in the UK, or maybe just interested in the UK's health and safety system?  Well this course provides specific teaching of Health and safety in the UK and is applicable to all UK employees.  Anyone outside the UK can still benefit and even share what health and safety is like in their home country - this course aims to assist you in improving the health and safety of your workplace wherever you are.  There course will be added to over time and updated whenever legislation and regulations are changed/amended.

What do you learn in this course?

  • Employers duties

  • The workplace

  • Risk assessment, identifying hazards, taking action

  • Accidents, incidents and injuries

  • Waste disposal

  • Lone working

What do you receive with this course?

Students will receive:

  • Life time access to the course recordings and updates

  • A certificate of completion Udemy

  • Support in the Q and A section of the platform


  • Access to new courses as they arrive (i.e. stress in the workplace)

Health, Safety and Environment in Construction

Learn general hazards to watch out for in construction sites and best practices for good health and welfare on site.

Created by Tarig Ahmed - Construction Safety Engineer


Students: 43, Price: $39.99

Students: 43, Price:  Paid

The construction industry is responsible for a number of accidents, injuries and fatalities every year. This course will give you a basic understanding of typical hazards on site, how to respond to emergencies, measures to take to reduce environmental impact and essential safety rules for high risk activities. This course also covers most of the material required to pass the Health, Safety and Environment test (CSCS) in the UK. Valid for the CSCS 2021 exam too, as it is based on the latest scope.

The following topics are presented in this course -

1. Risk assessment and site inductions -

Here you will familiarize with site inductions and how to assess specific dangers inherent with each construction site.

2. Safety signs and Fire Safety -

Safety signage can generally be understood regardless of the language barriers. Here you will learn the international standard safety signs. Also, the fundamentals of fire safety on site is covered.

3. Accidents PPE and First Aid -

In this section the basics of accident reporting and recording are covered. Prior to attending any active site personal protective equipment (PPE) should be worn, in this section you will about the different types. Basic first aid principles are also covered.

4. Site transport, lifting operations and manual handling -

The dangers associated with site transport and lifting operations are covered here. Also covered are the key steps to take to minimize injury during manual handling and the correct technique.

5. Health and Welfare

All sites should have standard welfare facilities to ensure good health and hygiene. These are covered here, as are steps to reduce stress and poor mental health at work.

6. Environmental awareness and waste control

This section presents the fundamental steps to take to minimize environmental pollution from site waste, in particular how to handle fuel spills.

7. Electrical safety, tools and equipment

This section presents the dangers that may result from use of vibrating hand tools and ways to work safely with them. Safe working practices relating to electricity on site is covered as well.

8. Working at Height, Excavations and Confined spaces

Some of the most dangerous activities on site are covered here and ways to minimize their risk. Further qualifications and training would be required when working on such activities.

9. Dust and Noise

Dust and noise also impacts the health and welfare of the public as well as workers on site. Here basic principles are covered to reduce their risk. This include the use of water spray to reduce dust and PPE.