This is the Annual Refresher General Safety Training for DETR staff who have already attended the initial classroom training or completed the online "General Safety for DETR Employees". If you have not already attended the initial classroom training or online "General Safety for DETR Employees" class, please do so before taking this course. (BELOW)

This annual refresher is designed to teach employees how to recognize, report, and properly respond to possible safety and disastrous situations at the workplace and teach safety precautions needed to prevent accidents and injuries. 

Learning Objectives:

Review Federal/State laws and DETR’s policies related to workplace safety to include:

  • Employee/Employer Rights & Responsibilities
  • Personal Safety at Work
  • Workplace Violence Prevention Program
  • Hazard Communication
  • Emergency Procedures & Fire Prevention
  • Slips & Falls Prevention
  • Office Ergonomics & Body Mechanics
  • Proper Lifting Techniques
  • Workplace Stress Management

Minimum Passing Score:

80%

Credit Hours:

1.0

Time to Complete (Approx.):

1 hour

How to Enroll:

This course is "open enrollment". Select the course name in the course list to enroll.



Course overview:

This course covers the importance of promoting a fair working environment, and the role each employee plays in eliminating all forms of harassment and discrimination in the workplace. Our goal is 100% compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA). We seek to educate everyone that we at DETR have a zero tolerance when handling alleged acts of discrimination. It is a mandatory course for all DETR employees. Employees in the rural areas of the State now have a direct access to compliance through eLearning.

Learning Objectives:

Upon completion of this course you will be able to:

  • Recognize various forms of discrimination; understand the necessity to report acts of discrimination.
  • Become familiar with the laws that address discrimination against “protected groups”.
  • Know what characteristics define a protected group.
  • Understand the meaning of “reasonable accommodation” and the steps for requesting accommodation.
  • Explain the “Three R’s” of workplace respect; know the rules that apply to both employees and their supervisors when recognizing and reporting workplace discrimination.
  • Complete a knowledge test.

Minimum Passing Score: 85%

Credit Hours:

1.5

Time to Complete (Approx.):

1 hour and 15 minutes

How to Enroll:

This course is “open enrollment”. Select the course name in the course list to enroll.

Course Overview:

This course introduces ethical standards for State of Nevada public employees. Participants will learn required lawful ethical behavior and how choosing noble service to the public promotes our respective departments' integrity. This course is mandatory for all DETR employees within 6 months of hire. 

Learning Objectives:

This course details ethical behaviors required of DETR staff.  At the conclusion of this course, employees will be able to demonstrate knowledge and a greater understanding of the following:

  • Ethical standards in NRS 281A.400
  • DETR Ethical Policies and Procedures 
  • DETR Confidentiality Standards

Minimum Passing Score:

80%

Credit Hours:

2

Time to Complete (Approx.):

2 hours

How to Enroll:

This course is "open enrollment". Select the course name in the course list to enroll.


Course Overview:

The General Safety Seminar is designed to teach employees how to recognize, report, and properly respond to possible safety and disastrous situations at the workplace and teach safety precautions needed to prevent accidents and injuries. The emphasis of the course is on property and personal safety. This course is mandatory for all DETR employees within 6 months of hire and every two years thereafter.
Employees in the rural areas of the State now have a direct access to compliance through eLearning.

Learning Objectives:

Although offices are generally considered safe compared with other work environments, there are still many hazards of which you need to be aware. At the conclusion of this course, employees will be able to demonstrate knowledge and greater understanding of the following:

  • Personal Safety at Work
  • Workplace Violence Prevention Program
  • Hazard Communication
  • Emergency Procedures & Fire Prevention
  • Prevention of Slips, Trips, and Falls
  • Office Ergonomics
  • Preventing Cumulative Trauma Injury (CTI)
  • Back Safety & Injury Prevention
  • Workers' Compensation
  • Workplace Stress

Minimum Passing Score:

85%

Credit Hours:

3.0

Time to Complete (Approx.):

3 hours

How to Enroll:

This course is "open enrollment". Select the course name in the course list to enroll.