Compliance Training

DigitalChalk Compliance Training

Are you trying to navigate compliance regulations and laws like HIPAA? DigitalChalk is here to help.  Choose from our on-demand course library, or if you have your own compliance training course material, you can use our Learning Management System (LMS) for corporate training to create your own training.

Who Benefits From Online Corporate Compliance Training?

Corporate compliance training is a necessity for managers and employees. Properly compliance training for everyone in your workplace will help you mitigate possible legal risk, ensure the privacy of your employees, and harbor a respectful work environment.

Courses

DOT Collector Training

The DOT is very particular about the steps collectors must take when conducting a DOT urine drug screen collection. These procedures are outlined in 49 CFR part 40 and must be followed for all DOT-regulated drug tests.
Duration: 60 minutes

HR Library for Every Business

The HR Essentials course bundle tackles a dozen, diverse topics that are immediately useful to the HR professional or business owner wearing that hat. Duration: 5 hours

On-Boarding Library for Employees

Our On-boarding Library for Employees course bundle serves as a foundation for this important training program and covers such relevant areas as workplace diversity, substance abuse, ethics, harassment and what to do in an active shooter situation. Duration: 5 hours

Working with the Bribery Act

The Bribery Act 2010 introduced a number of new offenses and imposed penalties on both organizations and individuals found to be engaging in acts of bribery. Duration: 60 minutes

Working with the Data Protection Act

As we do more and more of our daily transactions online – shopping, downloading music and films, banking, or managing things like our tax or pensions – vast amounts of information about us is captured by a range of organizations, from hospitals and local councils to banks and online retailers. Duration: 40 minutes

Maternity & Paternity: The Management Guide

There are few more important moments in a person’s life than becoming a parent – and as an employer, you have an important role in supporting them on their journey. Duration: 140 minutes

Sexual Orientation: Creating a Respectful Workplace

With more than one in twenty people in the current UK workforce being lesbian, gay or bisexual (LGB), we’re all likely to come across people with a different sexual orientation to our own. Duration: 55 minutes

Compliance Training Core Topics

Compliance training can seem like a daunting and broad subject to tackle. However, we’ve found that breaking down compliance into the following core topics helps create a big-picture understanding of the training requirements.

  • HIPAA Compliance: The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act of 1996 keeps the health data of individuals private and safe.  It is absolutely necessary to provide HIPAA compliance training to avoid incurring legal violations.
  • Department of Transportation (DOT Compliance): DOT regulations include equipment and vehicle training, drug testing in the workplace, and other basic safety compliance regulations.  If any of these compliance regulations apply to your business, you should provide training in this area for your employees.
  • Designated Employer Representative (DER) Compliance: DERs should have a strong understanding of their workplace’s drug and alcohol testing policies.  The DER’s duties involve not only knowing his or her own role, but also the roles of other key players, such as laboratory personnel, in the testing process.
  • PHMSA Compliance: The Pipelines and Hazardous Material Safety Administration is a smaller department within the DOT.  PHMSA creates and enforces regulations for the transportation of hazardous materials. PHMSA also has drug and alcohol testing policies.
  • OSHA Compliance: The Occupational Safety and Health Administration is an agency of the US Department of Labor that works to assure safe working conditions “by setting and enforcing standards and by providing training, outreach, education and assistance” (Source: osha.gov/about.html).  To achieve OSHA certification, your company must understand and comply with the required federal laws and regulations.

Why Choose DigitalChalk’s Online Compliance Training Program?

DigitalChalk believes that the first step to creating a safe and compliant workplace is the proper training. Whether you want access to our online course library for compliance training material or you want to customize your own courses using our Learning Management System (LMS) for corporate training, we have options for you.