LunchTime Learning Classes

A variety of one-hour plus presentations that your employees can attend during their lunch hour.


  1. Airway Obstruction
  2. Avian Flu
  3. Back Safety
  4. Building Evacuation (employee responsibilities)
  5. Burns
  6. Earthquake Survival
  7. Employer Emergency Action Plan
  8. Fall Protection
  9. Fire Safety
  10. General Office Safety
  11. Hanta West Nile Virus
  12. Hepatitis
  13. Home Safety & Chemicals
  14. Home Safety & Children
  15. Illness, Injury & Prevention Plan
  16. Ladder Safety
  17. MRSA
  18. Oxygen Administration
  19. Personal Protection Equipment
  20. Personal Safety
  21. Slips, Trips & Falls
  22. Tuberculosis
  23. Workplace Violence

Program Length

  • 1 hour to 2 hours

Popular Programs


Airway Obstruction
  • Covers the common causes and effects of airway obstruction in adults, infants and children
  • Teaches how to recognize a victim of an obstruction and how and when to use the Heimlich Maneuver
  • Hands-on practice
Back Safety
  • Unique approach to preventing disabling injuries on (and off) the job–applicable to all staff
  • Short, interactive video and hands-on applications are used to enhance the involvement and retention of each attendee
Building Evacuation
  • Your employees will be informed on how they will be notified to evacuate your buildings
  • The causes for most evaluations
  • How to choose the safest exit point and using secondary exit points
  • A clear understanding what they should do, where they should go and who to report to and when to return to work
  • Dealing with co-workers who panic or are uncooperative
Earthquake Survival
  • One-hour specialized program on “The Reality of an Earthquake”: What you can do and what you can’t do
  • Plan of action on “expecting the unexpected,” what to do before, during and after an earthquake
  • Earthquake Survival handouts and survival supplies will be available
First Aid for Campers and Hikers
  • Common injuries sustained during a hiking or camping trip
  • Information on bee stings, fractures, sprains, heat and cold injuries, control of bleeding and other related topics as time allows
General Office Safety
  • Sitting properly – best position for body
  • Electrical hazards – spot and eliminate
  • Computer safety – avoid eyestrain
  • Storage – file cabinets and shelves
  • Fall prevention – clear pathways
  • Chemical and fire safety
Home Safety & Chemicals
  • Fun and eye-opening presentation showing how common household chemicals, when mixed accidentally or with purpose, can be deadly
  • Demonstrations are given to show how combining certain chemicals can lead to fire and toxic smoke
  • Where and how to store household chemicals
  • Child safety suggestions
Home Safety & Children
  • How to protect your children in one of the deadliest environments–your home
  • Several handouts complement this informative and important program
  • Multitude of simple, but extremely effective, suggestions are shared to help ensure the safety of children of all ages
Personal Safety
  • At Work
  • In Public Areas
  • At Home
  • Robbery & Attack – what to do…
  • Travel Safety
Workplace Violence
  • What are the odds
  • Early stages – three levels of escalation
  • Causes & common stressors
  • Who commits Workplace Violence
  • Indicators of a perpetrator.
  • Violent behavior patterns
  • De-escalating
  • Resources