Scaffolding, material labeling, communication, and recognition hazards are reviewed in this OSHA refresher course.
Provide the training employees need to deal with the groups of chemicals found in the industrial environment. Created specifically to assist industrial facilities of all types in complying with federal, state and municipal Hazard Communication regulations, the course addresses the major education and training requirements in these chemical hazard laws. Topics covered in the course include: background of the regulation, GHS Safety Data Sheets and container labels, toxins, corrosives and irritants, flammables, combustibles and gases, carcinogens and radiation, exposure situations, personal protective equipment and chemical storage, spills and cleanup, and more.
More than 3 million injuries and illnesses and more than 4,500 deaths occur on the job each year. Employees need information to prevent workplace accidents, and this course provides the tools your company needs. We know this is a top priority for everyone in the workplace, so reduce these numbers. Employers, employees, managers and supervisors can improve safety in their facility by identifying and controlling job hazards before they cause accidents. This process is called hazard recognition. Topics covered: the need for hazard recognition, hazardous conditions and unsafe acts, identifying hazards in advance, real-time hazard recognition, investigating accidents and near misses, and more.
Hazards in construction environments need your attention, and this life-saving course has that information. Learn the information employees need to recognize the caught-in/between hazards that are associated with construction tasks and how to avoid them before accidents happen. Microlearning video topics covered: what caught-in/between hazards are, the three major types of caught-in/between hazards, trenching, scaffolding and demolition, vehicles and heavy equipment, powered tools and machinery.
Understand the characteristics of different labeling systems in this informative microlearning course. By recognizing the differences and similarities of these systems, your employees will be better prepared to work safely around hazardous materials. Learn OSHA’s hazard communication standard, types of containers requiring labels, information required on labels, Department of Transportation (DOT) hazardous material classifications, DOT label and placard requirements, United Nations identification numbers, the Hazardous Materials Identification System (HMIS), the National Fire Prevention Association (NFPA) labeling system, hazardous waste labeling, and more.
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