Company Compliance Training

This company compliance training course series is intended for any student or employer that requires annual required training to meet federal guidelines as well as students who wish to enter any workplace such as offices, warehouses, etc.

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this course includes

8 Training Hours

16 On-demand Videos

Closed Captions

13 Topics

34 Prep Questions

Certificate of Completion



Anti-Harassment trainingIn the Workplace


OSHA Training


HIPAA, Fraud, and Abuse

This online training courses equips participants with the key training and resources to recognize, prevent and resolve disturbing employee behavior

such as drug use, inappropriate conduct, immoral choices and hostile activity in the workplace. These employee compliance training series provides elements of compliance training students in the following three areas of regulatory compliance training. 


OSHA Training Course Content

Module 1: The Basics
Module 2: Construction and Facility
Module 3: MSDS Sheets
Module 4: OSHA in Healthcare
Module 5: Other Risk Areas

HIPAA, Fraud, and Abuse Course Content

Module 1: HIPAA and Privacy
Module 2: Fraud, Waste, and Abuse
Module 3: Compliance and Prevention

Harassment in the Workplace Course Content

Module 1: Basic Protections
Module 2: Sexual Harassment
Module 3: Other Harassment
Module 4: Laws and Cases
Module 5: Recognize and Prevention

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Your Questions, Answered

What does the Company Compliance Training course cover?

The Company Compliance Training course provides key training and resources to recognize, prevent, and resolve issues such as drug use, inappropriate conduct, immoral choices, and hostile activity in the workplace. The course focuses on three key areas: Anti-Harassment, OSHA, and HIPAA, Fraud, and Abuse.

Who is the instructor for the Company Compliance Training course?

The course is taught by Wendy Bell, a certified coder with accreditation through AAPC. She has over twenty years of experience in healthcare and has worked in multiple specialties. Wendy is also an active member of her local AAPC chapter and has served as Vice President and Member Education roles.

What is the format of the course?

The course includes 8 training hours, 16 videos, 13 topics, and 34 practice questions. Each of the three main areas of the course (Anti-Harassment, OSHA, and HIPAA, Fraud, and Abuse) comes with its own module-based structure, which includes related topics and details.

Who should take the Company Compliance Training course?

This course is intended for any student or employer that requires annual required training to meet federal guidelines, as well as students who wish to enter any workplace such as offices, warehouses, etc. It’s also useful for any student who wishes to enter a healthcare career while meeting federal guidelines.

How is the course content relevant to modern workplace challenges?

The course content is designed to be relevant to the challenges faced in the modern workplace, such as harassment, workplace safety, and healthcare regulations. It uses real-world simulations and up-to-date training materials that align with important regulations to help avoid financial and repetitional consequences​.

Can I access other courses if I sign up for this training?

Yes, this training is part of an extensive training library containing over 225 courses, 12,000+ videos, and over 19,000 practice test questions. This means you can have access to a variety of other courses and resources as well​.