MARCOM has released the Spanish versions of the recently updated Electrocution Hazard courses:

"Electrocution Hazards Part I: Worksite Safety"
"Electrocution Hazards Part II: Employer Responsibilities"

More than a hundred construction workers are killed by electricity each year, making "electrocution hazards" the fourth leading cause of death in the construction industry.
Workers are required to receive training on the electrical hazards that they can encounter on a job site, and their employer's responsibilities for providing protection from those hazards.

Now available in both Spanish and English, MARCOM’s courses discuss the hazards of electricity, the federal standards that have been established to protect you from those hazards, and what you can do to work more safely with electricity.

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MARCOM is pleased to announce the release of two updated Spanish courses:

“Hazardous Materials Labels” and “Safety Showers and Eye Washes”

We’ve all heard the phrase “accidents happen”. But when it comes to hazardous materials, accidental spills can cause severe injuries such as burns and blindness…even death. To avoid this, hazardous materials must be washed off as quickly as possible. With MARCOM’s updated course on “Safety Showers and Eye Washes” employees will learn how safety showers and eye washes work, and how to use them effectively if there is a HAZMAT exposure on the job.

Hazardous substances can pose a serious threat to both our surroundings and our health. They have the ability to burn and eat away at materials, and when they come into contact with the human body they can cause healthy cells to turn cancerous and toxins to build up in the blood. MARCOM’s updated course on “Hazardous Materials Labels” teaches employees how to avoid potentially life-threatening accidents by discussing the most commonly used HAZMAT labeling systems, and how to use those labels to handle hazardous materials safely.

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MARCOM has released the updated Spanish versions of the following Hazard Communication courses:


“Hazard Communication in Industrial Environments”
“Hazard Communication in Construction Environments”
“Hazard Communication in Auto Service Environments”
“Hazard Communication in Hospitality Environments”
“Hazard Communication in Healthcare Environments”
“Hazard Communication in Cleaning and Maintenance Environments”


Hazardous materials can be found in a lot of workplaces, doing a lot of good things. They heat our facilities, help us to maintain our tools and equipment and play major roles in many other processes. But these “HAZMATs” can also create serious hazards for us…especially if they aren’t handled safely.


MARCOM’s industry specific courses on Hazard Communication discuss the requirements of the HAZCOM Standard, the hazards that are associated with different types of HAZMATs, and what you can do to avoid those hazards.

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We hear about it almost every day: somewhere something bad has happened in a workplace. An employee has been shot by an angry coworker or estranged spouse, a bomb has been set off and people have been injured, or a company’s computer system has been hacked and the credit card information of millions of customers has been stolen.

MARCOM's new "Workplace Security” course discusses the importance of “workplace security”, how to identify vulnerabilities in your facility, and the types of policies that need to be included in your Workplace Security Program.

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MARCOM introduces three updated courses on health and safety in the office:

“Office Safety”
“Office Ergonomics”
“Computer Workstation Safety”

Millions of employees seek medical treatment every year for injuries that happen on the job. Most office workers think these injuries only occur in manufacturing facilities, or on construction sites, but a surprising number of workplace injuries take place in offices like yours. MARCOM’s updated courses on office safety discuss topics that are integral to employees’ understanding of how to avoid hazards and work safely in an office environment.

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MARCOM has just released the updated Spanish version of "Coronavirus: Guarding Against COVID-19". This updated course provides employees with the latest information about this serious disease…and gives them the information they need to keep themselves and their loved ones safe.

Millions of people in the U.S. have contracted the Coronavirus. Hundreds of thousands have died, and thousands of others are experiencing negative long-term health effects from the virus. As we continue to learn more about the virus, it is essential to share this information with employees in order to keep everyone informed about new developments and potential treatment options.

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Everyone knows that alcohol, drugs and driving don’t mix. Yet drivers who are “under the influence” are still a major cause of accidents. To help ensure that drivers stay drug- and alcohol-free behind the wheel, the Federal Transportation Employee Testing Act requires motor carriers to establish rigorous drug and alcohol testing programs.

MARCOM's new "Reasonable Suspicion Drug and Alcohol Testing for Managers and Supervisors" and “Drug and Alcohol Testing for CDL Drivers” courses
discuss this requirement and how it affects transportation employees…and reviews the testing process itself, what happens if a driver tests positive for a substance and how to get help for a drug or alcohol problem.

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The food supply in the United States is considered to be one of the safest in the world, yet according to the Centers of Disease Control, millions of Americans still come down with foodborne illnesses every year.

MARCOM's new "Food Handling Safety" and “HACCP…Hazard Analysis and Critical Control Points in the Food Industry” courses discuss the contamination hazards that are associated with food handling, and the materials, equipment and safe work practices employees should use to ensure that the foods they prepare are, in fact, safe enough to eat.

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In our continued efforts to translate our courses as quickly as possible, MARCOM is releasing four Spanish language courses:


Now available in both Spanish and English, these MARCOM training courses review the different types of hazards that are associated with each of these important topics and what employees can do to keep themselves and their coworkers safe.

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MARCOM has just updated its training on "CORONAVIRUS: Guarding Against COVID-19". This updated course provides employees with the latest information about this serious disease…and gives them the information they need to keep themselves and their loved ones safe.

Millions of people in the U.S. have contracted the Coronavirus. Hundreds of thousands have died, and thousands of others are experiencing negative long-term health effects from the virus. As we continue to learn more about the virus, it is essential to share this information with employees in order to keep everyone informed about new developments and potential treatment options.

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