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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All employees (not just supervisors and managers) in the state of California now need to be trained on how to prevent sexual and other types of harassment in the workplace.

Now available in Spanish as well as English, MARCOM's new training course…"Preventing Sexual and Other Forms of Harassment...for California Employees" satisfies this new training requirement, helps employees recognize sexual and other forms of harassment, and discusses how to deal with them.

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Employees returning to the workplace during the coronavirus pandemic are facing many new challenges.

MARCOM's new Spanish language versions of “Returning to Work During the Coronavirus Pandemic…for Employees” and “Returning to Work During the Coronavirus Pandemic…for Managers and Supervisors” online courses discuss these challenges and how employees at all levels can address them safely and effectively.

In addition to speaking the employees’ language, these courses engage them in the training process, improving both learning and retention.

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Now all employees in the state of California need to be trained on how to prevent sexual and other types of harassment in the workplace…and the first training deadline, January 1, 2021, is fast approaching.

MARCOM's new course…"Preventing Sexual and Other Forms of Harassment for California Employees" satisfies this new training requirement, and helps employees recognize sexual and other forms of harassment and discusses how to deal with them.

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OSHA’s “HAZCOM Standard” gives employees the “right-to-know” about any hazardous substances they can encounter in their workplace, and how to handle them safely.

Now available in both Spanish and English, MARCOM's updated "GHS" training discusses the goals of the “HAZCOM Standard”, the advantages of the “GHS” system, and how the information on “Safety Data Sheets” and container labels can help employees work safely with hazardous materials.  To get more information on these topics, click on the links below:

GHS Safety Data Sheets

GHS Safety Data Sheets in Construction Environments

GHS Container Labels

GHS Container Labels in Construction Environments



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MARCOM introduces two updated courses that can help you handle the stress of these challenging times:

Workplace Stress ANDFitness and Wellness

In our fast-paced world, we all encounter a number of situations that can be stressful...many of which occur at work. The benefits of a healthier lifestyle can help employees reduce their stress levels, resulting in more energy and increased productivity...a plus for both them and their employers.

These courses not only help employees identify potentially stressful situations and learn how to cope with them, they also provide them with the information and inspiration they need to achieve the benefits of a healthier lifestyle.

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Employees returning to the workplace during the pandemic will encounter significant new challenges.

MARCOM's new "Returning to Work During the Coronavirus Pandemic... for Employees" and "Returning to Work During the Coronavirus Pandemic... for Managers and Supervisors" courses discuss what these challenges are and describe what employees at all levels should do to address them.

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Healthcare workers who perform patient handling tasks are twice as likely to suffer musculoskeletal injuries on the job as employees in other industries. But it doesn't have to happen.
MARCOM's new "Patient Handling Safety" courses discuss the hazards that can be associated with patient handling, and show healthcare workers what they should do to prevent accidents and injuries.