DISCLAIMER: Any training listed below with an * will require you to submit the completion certificate to your MoDOT U administrator for credit. For videos or any training which does not provide a certificate, a verbal notification is acceptable.
National Incident Management (NIMS)/Incident Command System (ICS):
NIMS Training Requirements by Title. This is required training for specific job titles, but you can go further into the series, as time allows.
IS-100.C: Introduction to the Incident Command System, ICS 100 (2 hours, 0.2 CEU)*
IS-200.C: Basic Incident Command System for Initial Response (4 hours, 0.4 CEU, ICS 100 is pre-req.)*
IS-700.B: An Introduction to the National Incident Management System (3.5 hours, 0.4 CEU)*
IS-29.A: Public Information Officer Awareness (7 hours, 0.7 CEU, entry level ICS training recommended as pre-req.)*
IS-703.B: National Incident Management System Resource Management (3.5 hours, 0.4 CEU, IS 700 is pre-req.)*
IS-706: NIMS Intrastate Mutual Aid - An Introduction (2.5 hours, 0.2 CEU, IS 700 is pre-req.)*
IS-800.D: National Response Framework, An Introduction (3 hours, 0.3 CEU, IS 700 is pre-req.)*
Traffic Incident Management (TIMS) – basic training level, 4.1 hours, 0.4 CEU*
Provides first responders a shared understanding of the requirements for safe, quick clearance of traffic incident scenes; prompt, reliable and open communication; and motorist and responder safeguards. Learn how to operate more efficiently and collectively. Upon completion of the course, participants will be able to use a common set of practices and advance standards across all responder disciplines.
Occupational Safety & Health Administration (OSHA):
OSHA 10 Construction - $39, entry level*
OSHA 10 General Industry - $39, entry level*
Introduction to Occupational Safety & Health - 4 course hours, 6 modules, gives a broad overview of the OSHA including hazard communication, fall hazards and PPE. Every new hire or existing employee will benefit from this course.*
Workplace Hygiene and Illness Prevention – 1 course hour, 3 modules, focuses on what employees need to know to stay healthy in the workplace. Topics include workplace hygiene and housekeeping, contagious diseases and disease prevention, how to prevent the spread of communicable diseases including COVID-19.*
Guidance for Cleaning & Disinfecting – 1 course hour, 3 modules, introduces the CDC guidance that focuses on cleaning and disinfecting public spaces, workplaces, business and schools. Learn how to develop, implement and maintain a cleaning and disinfecting plan to keep your workspace healthy.*
Ergonomic Hazards in General Industry - 1 course hour, 2 modules, includes scientific studies of people at work. The goal is to reduce stress and eliminate injuries and disorders associated with the overuse of soft tissue. Will help gain basic understanding of the hazards and best practices associated with ergonomics.*
Work Zone Traffic Safety - 2 course hours, 2 modules, discusses important ways to protect yourself, co-workers, pedestrians and motorists in road construction zones.*
CDL General Knowledge – TC3 course, 3 hours, general knowledge and reminders for all levels of users.
CDL Pre-Trip Inspection – TC3 course, 2 hours, general reminders about what parts of the vehicle to check during a pre-trip inspection.
Cold Stress Impact: Precautions and Safe Work Practices – 0.1 hours, measures to prevent hazards related to cold stress in the workplace.
Confined Spaces – Cal/OSHA – 0.8 hours, provides information about hazards and control methods that will permit safe work in enclosed areas.
Defensive Driving Fundamentals – 1 hour, provide defensive driving techniques to reduce changes of being involved in a motor vehicle accident.
Distracted Driving – 0.5 hours, learn why distractions cause accidents, and how to minimize your exposure to them
Deicing – TC3 course, 4 hours, introduction to various aspects of deicing winter roadways such as materials, equipment, and application techniques. Target audience for this training includes all levels of winter maintenance practitioners: operators, supervisors, and mid-level managers, whether new or experienced.
Equipment Maintenance – TC3 course, 2 hours, procedures that all winter maintenance operators should be familiar with in preparing and maintaining snow and ice control equipment. Recommended for all new operators and for seasoned employees and supervisors as a refresher.
Fall Protection – Cal/OSHA – 0.6 hours, ability to recognize hazards and the ability to minimize them.
Fall Protection Impact: Common Trip Hazards – 0.1 hours, John Knopf talks about common trip hazards.
Fall Protection Impact: Equipment Guidelines – 0.1 hours, John Knopf explains the equipment guidelines.
Fall Protection Impact: Fall Hazards – 0.1 hours, John Knopf explains the fall hazards and protection from it.
Fall Protection Impact: Other Aspects of Fall Protection – 0.1 hours, John Knopf explains the best practices associated with fall hazards and protection systems.
Fall Protection Impact: Techniques and Methods – 0.1 hours, John Knopf talks about identifying common fall prevention techniques and methods.
Fatigue Management – 0.4, learn about the signs of fatigue and causes, the risks that fatigue can pose in the workplace, and about specific strategies you can use to help prevent fatigue.
Hazard Communication – Cal/OSHA – 0.75 hours, the precautions that both you and your employer must take in order to safely use, handle, and dispose of hazardous chemicals in the workplace.
Hazardous Material Handling and Storage – 1 hour, information about drum handling, compressed gas cylinders, flammable materials, slings, safe lifting techniques, and safe handling procedures
Hearing Conservation 2.0 – 0.2 hours, learn about ways to help you prevent noise-induced hearing loss.
Heat Illness Prevention – Cal/OSHA – 0.4, discuss the effects of heat on your body, outline the risk factors for heat-related illnesses, and describe the associated treatments for each.
Heat Stress Impact: Precautions and Safe Work Practices – 0.1, talks about minimizing the risk of heat stress.
Lockout/Tagout – Cal/OSHA – 0.4, information about control of hazardous energy and work under the protection of a lockout/tagout permit, provide information on lockout/tagout practices and the significance of lockout/tagout devices.
Maintenance Training Series: Roadway Drainage – TC3 course
Maintenance Training Series: Shaping and Shoulders – TC3 course
MoDOT Guardrail Training – 2.5 hours
NHI Hydrology and Hydraulics – videos that refresh one’s knowledge over common practices in both hydrology and hydraulics.
Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) – TC3 course, 1 hour, provides knowledge and skills necessary for proper care and use of PPE, covers all areas of personal protection.
Pipe Installation, Inspection, and Quality – TC3 course, 7 hours, focused on the three basic pipe materials: concrete, metal, and plastic, contains important instructional material, procedures, and guidance that has been developed to maintain uniformity among pipe inspectors.
Proper Plowing Techniques – TC3 course, 2 hours, present the proper techniques for plowing various roadway configurations including two-lane roads, multi-lane highways, one-way streets, traffic circles, and other situations.
Recognizing Roadside Weeds – TC3 course, 1 hour, this is a basic course in the area of weed identification.
Scissor Lifts – 0.5 hours, teach you how to inspect your lift and the work area, understand the physical hazards involved in working with a scissor lift, and what the standard safety features of a scissor lift are.
Signs and Tags – 0.5 hours, present basic information about the different accident prevention signs and tags with regards to displaying levels of danger and precautions required.
Silica in General Industry – 0.5 hours, covers hazard recognition, potential health threats, exposure prevention, and control, and is intended for employers and employees in general industry activities.
Storm Water Pollution Prevention – 0.5 hours, describes the nature and occurrence of storm water pollution, its environmental effects, and ways to address this important water quality problem.
Trailer Coupling and Uncoupling – 0.5 hours, learn about the safety factors that apply to coupling and uncoupling vehicles and the risks associated with these tasks.
Warm Mix Asphalt – TC3 course, 2 hours, overview of warm mix asphalt placement for quality control technicians and inspectors.
Waste Minimization and Pollution Prevention for Employees – 0.3 hours, awareness about the production of waste and pollution that occurs as a result of everyday actions, offers simple effective tips and strategies that will help to reduce the volume and amount of waste and pollution that is generated by them and their workplace as a whole.
Welding, Cutting, and Brazing – 0.5 hours, inform learners of potential health and safety concerns unique to welding, cutting, and brazing.
Winter Maintenance Management – TC3 course, 2 hours, guidance on best practices for managing the equipment, facilities, material, and staff necessary for efficient and effective winter roadway maintenance.
Back Safety & Injury Prevention – 0.5 hours
Electrical Safety – Cal/OSHA – 0.6 hours, focuses on specific electrical hazards found in the workplace and methods to minimize or eliminate those hazards.
Forklift Safety Awareness – Cal/OSHA – 0.6 hours, help you become a qualified forklift operator; one who has the skills and knowledge to operate a lift truck in a safe and proper manner
Hand and Power Tool Safety – 0.3 hours, general basic safety rules when using tools, learn how to identify hazards and safety controls associated.
Safe Vehicle Backing – 0.5 hours, learn about the impacts of backing accidents, their common causes, and how to minimize risks of collision when backing vehicles, including company trucks or delivery vans.
Safety Data Sheets – 1 hour, provide both workers and supervisors with a better understanding of how to interpret a safety data sheet (SDS), as well as address specific requirements associated with SDSs in the workplace.
Scaffolding and Ladder Safety – 0.7 hours, train employees to recognize the hazards associated with ladders, stairways, and the type of scaffold being used at the work site and to understand the procedures to control or minimize those hazards.
Slips, Trips, and Falls – Cal/OSHA – 0.3 hours, provides the ability to recognize and prevent hazards.
Slips, Trips & Falls Safety Video - 9 min, 31 sec.*
Sprains and Strains – 1 hour
Toolbox Safety Topic Slips & Trips - 5 min. 28 sec.*
Trenching and Excavation Safety – Cal/OSHA – 0.4 hours, inform the employee of the possible health and safety concerns unique to trenching and excavation.
Warehouse Safety – 0.5 hours, typical hazards you're likely to be exposed to in a warehouse and offers advice on how to protect yourself.
Working Alone – Safety Awareness – 0.4 hours, identify the particular risks faced by employees who work alone or in isolation, outlines OSHA rules on protecting lone workers.
Workplace Safety – 0.75 hours, outlines OSHA requirements for federal employees, covers essential responsibilities federal government agencies have with regard to creating safe and healthful working environments.
Toolbox Talk Videos:
Saw Safety – 5:29, discusses types of saws and hazards of using them and how to avoid injury.*
Housekeeping and Fire Safety – 6:35, lays the foundation for accident and fire prevention.*
Fall Protection – 5:25, how to prevent work related injuries from fall hazards.*
Safe Driving – 4:13, understand the dangers of driving and how to safely commute to and from work each day.*
PPE – 7:3, reduce the exposure to a variety of hazards while working on the jobsite.*
COVID-19 Job Site Safety – 3:57, protecting all workers with basic prevention measures.*
Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO):
Being an Effective Team Member – MoDOT U, 0.5 hours
How to Recognize, Address & Prevent Workplace Harassment – 13:15, TED Talk*
The Surprising Solution to Workplace Diversity – 15:28, TED Talk*
Unconscious Bias – MO Learning
Workplace Harassment Prevention for Workers – 0.5 hours
How to Protect Your Mental Health During COVID-19 – 18:03, Dr. Amy Sullivan discusses the difference in being down and depression and how to deal with each.*
Mental Health in the COVID-19 Pandemic: How to Cope in a Crisis –15, Dr. Monica Schoch-Spana and Dr. Josh Sharfstein talk about caring for ourselves and for vulnerable populations and what it means for tomorrow*
Coronavirus: Kids and Anxiety During the COVID-19 Pandemic – 28:46, Dr. Breanna Winder-Patel answers questions about guiding kids through this difficult situation, including those with neurodevelopmental differences and how to understand and manage their stress and anxiety.*
Coronavirus: Teaching Kids and Working from Home During the COVID-19 Pandemic – 37:39, Dr. Megan Tudor answers questions about how to create a productive environment at home.*
ComPsych Pre-Recorded Webinars:
Coping with Uncertainty About COVID-19 - includes practical tips for coping with uncertainty and re-establishing control.*
Managing Worry & Anxiety Amid COVID-19 - addresses how to distinguish helpful worry from anxiety-provoking worry and how to identify ways to manage the experience of anxiety.*
Tools to Handle COVID-19 Related Stress - focuses on specific activities to reduce stress caused by COVID-19. Participants will review proven stress-reducing techniques such as: being accountable and recognizing the choices we can make, engaging in meaningful activities, and taking breaks for a moment of personal renewal.*
Self-Isolating Together During the Pandemic - will help you navigate your relationship with your partner/spouse and kids while supporting your own wellbeing.*
Substance Abuse in the Workplace – LinkedIn*
Drug Testing – LinkedIn*
Knowing the Signs - LinkedIn*
The Cost of Work Stress and How to Reduce It - Rob Cooke shares some strategies to help put your mental, physical and emotional well-being back at the forefront.*
What Productive Conflict Can Offer a Workplace - Jess Kutch explains how productive conflict when people organize to challenge and change their work lives for the better – can be beneficial for employees and employers alike.*
How Burnout Makes Us Less Creative - Rahaf Harfoush explains why we need to redesign our workday around creativity not just efficiency.*
Why Being Respectful to Your Coworkers is Good for Business - Christine Porath talks about the costs of rudeness and shows how little acts of respect can boost professional success and your company’s bottom line.*
Below are the Maintenance Worker Series training requirements: