Computer Based Training Development

We have numerous courses waiting to be customized with your logos, graphics, videos and text. Additionally, we can work with clients on the development of any new computer based training applications, from human resources to manufacturing to competencies. We assist in defining the lesson objectives, prepare a course outline, determine instructional approach, design the layout, develop the program, test and deploy. Our computer based training applications are highly interactive, using various question objects to test whether the knowledge is being conveyed. The following is a partial list of the applications that have been developed:

General Courses
 8 hour HAZWOPER  Infection Control
 Hazard Communication
 Emergency Response
 Back Safety
 Respiratory Protection
 General Safety
 Bloodborne Pathogens
 Hazard Communication
 Confined Space Entry
 Latex Allergy
 Fire Extinguisher
 Bloodborne Pathogens
 Emergency Response
 (including Hospital facilities)
 Fire Safety Policies
 Compressed Gas
 Age Specific Competency
 Hazardous Waste
 Cultural Competency
 Personal Protective Equipment 
 Excavation Safety
 Infection Control
 Patient Safety
 General Hospital Safety  Workplace Violence

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Hosting Learning Environment is our hosted virtual classroom. Administrative rights provide clients with the ability to assign students to courses, set prerequisite courses, set passing scores, issue certificates and print out progress reports. Training has never been easier. Nothing is loaded on client machines. All that is needed is internet access.

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Other Consulting Services

EnviroNet is a full service Environmental, Health and Safety Consulting company. In addition to our on-line learning services, we can provide industrial hygiene assessments, instructor led training, environmental reporting, safety and health program development, OSHA, DOT, EPA regulatory compliance, MSDS authoring, computer database design and SAP EHS Module implementation.

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