Our Guarantee

We take pride in creating courses that reduce accidents and improve on-the-job performance.   If you encounter a problem with any of our courses, we will make it work!  We can help you identify issues and resolve the situation.  Nothing is more important to us than effective training.   If […]



About our Courses

What is SCORM?  What’s the difference between the versions?  Find out here. Who developed these courses?   The Team here at the SCORM Store are trained instructional designers, graphic artists and programmers.  Additionally, we have in-house OSHA certified trainers that have been helping clients reduce accidents and raise awareness to workplace […]

Become a Vendor

Instructors, course developers and training product suppliers can enjoy the benefits of becoming affiliated with one of the nation’s premier training providers.  For nearly 20 years, the parent company of SCORM Store, Strategic Vision, has provided human-performance LMS systems, course development, on-site training and blended learning programs for some of […]

Human Resources Courses


SCORM Not Playing Nice?

The SCORM Store team has been doing conversions and implementations for learning management systems for over a decade.  Many times your content or learning management system are not setup to talk effectively together. We understand the real-world issues with SCORM and know how to adjust your content to work within […]

OSHA Fines Increase 2016

OSHA Fines Increase beginning in 2016 In 2016 OSHA will increase its fines for safety violations for the first time in 25 years.  Current estimates show that the fines will have a nearly 80% increase. This is a result of the Budget Act of 2015.  Section 701 of the bill […]



OSHA Revises the Policy on GHS Labeling for Existing Stock

OSHA, in a major concession to industry, has relaxed their inspection requirements and the deadline for re-labeling hazardous chemical products.     Guidance for manufacturers and importers of hazardous chemicals Where a manufacturer, or importer, has not received classification information from its upstream supplier(s) on which it intends to rely […]