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FREE Online Safety Training Available to Our Members

Delaware Valley Insurance Trust is committed to supporting our members. Our mission is to deliver trustworthy results though superior benefits, coverage and risk-management services. As part of that pledge, DVIT is proud to introduce the DVIT Online University.

This free online training tool will empower members to increase their knowledge, protect their employees, and reduce the frequency and severity of accidents and injuries. Simply register, log on, choose your area of interest and start training now!

Advantages of Online Training

  • Training anytime, anywhere 24/7 from any internet -connect computer
  • Easy to register, use and track progress
  • Unlimited access to our ever-expanding training library
  • Relevant, engaging courses are interactive and regularly updated
  • All employees are taught the same consistent information
  • Comprehensive employee testing
  • Allows supervisors to monitor utilization and completion
  • Course completion training certificates

You will find this comprehensive online training system the solution to your training needs. Our courses include focused topic areas for administration, parks and recreation, police, public works and waste management, as well as general safety, health and wellness resources.

The DVIT Online University is powered by First Net Learning Online Training Soultions.

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  • Bloodborne Pathogens
    This 15 minute demonstration course provides information to minimize the health risks to workers exposed to blood and other potentially infectious materials. The full course primarily covers OSHA's 29CFR 1910.1030.
  • Stress Management
    This 15 minute demonstration course covers techniques to manage and deal with stressful situations in and out of the workplace. Topics include warning signs, different types of stress, ways to control and relieve stress, and more.
  • General Ergonomics
    This 15 minute demonstration course uses OSHA's DRAFT Ergonomics Standard and the NIOSH manual, "Elements of Ergonomics Program," to define risk factors, signs and symptoms of work-related musculoskeletal disorders (MSDs).