This course is intended for both supervisors and employees who may be exposed to wildfire smoke during their work.

  • Course Delivered in Microlearning

    Each short video segment, is followed by several quiz questions - a method known as microlearning. Studies show this results in better engagement, information retention, and transfer of training concepts to the job.

  • Understanding Air Quality

    Learn why wildfire smoke inhalation is hazardous and how to effectively utilize local air quality reports (even in rural areas) to assess your risk and understand the appropriate actions to take depending on the air quality report.

  • Subtitles Available

    Each video segment in this course has both English and Spanish subtitles. This helps make crucial information for employees who may be hard of hearing or use English as a second language.


5 Video Lessons, 15-Minutes Estimated for Course Completion

    1. Why Wildfire Smoke is Hazardous to Health

    2. Chapter 1 Quiz Questions

    1. Know Your Wildfire Smoke Risk Level

    2. Chapter 2 Quiz Questions

    1. How to Protect Yourself with Respirators

    2. Chapter 3 Quiz Questions

    1. N95 Respirators

    2. Chapter 4 Quiz Questions

    1. Protect Yourself, Observe Your Symptoms

    2. Chapter 5 Quiz

About this course

  • $74.99
  • 10 lessons


Winner of the 2022 EHSDA Safety Standout Awards


  • How wildfire smoke impacts health

  • Signs and symptoms of exposure

  • Practical ways you can reduce exposures at work

  • Reliable sources for checking your local air quality reports

  • Who is most at risk for adverse health effects

  • Wearing N95's and other PPE

  • Understanding air quality levels and actions to take

  • How to don, doff, fit check, and just an N95

  • How to monitor your symptoms and stay safe and healthy

Course Instructor

Rachel Walla-Housman, CSP, CIH

Rachel Walla-Housman, CSP, CIH is a Certified Safety Professional and Certified Industrial Hygienist with 12 years of experience working with organizations throughout the United States and abroad to improve workplace safety. Throughout her experience, she noticed that most training methods failed to engage employees, resulting in dozens of hours spent in training that didn't resonate - and worse, employees often did not retain the information. Ineffective training led to poor safety performance. Ally Safety was created to make training using modern adult learning theory that would both entertain and engage employees by explaining the why behind the how, showing rather than telling, and replacing zoning out for tuning in.


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