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Pollution Exposure training for Health and Safety

  • Bloodborne Pathogens

    (BP2T012-F7T) This course provides training and procedures that will help minimize health risks for workers at risk for exposure to blood and other potentially infectious materials. Coverage includes recognizing hazards, identifying modes of transmission, standard precautions, appropriate engineering controls, work practices, and PPE to prevent ...

    By Interactive Occupational Training based in Westminster, COLORADO (USA). from Bloodborne Pathogens Training line

  • Lead Safety: On the Job (Online Course)

    Lead on the job doesn't have to spell danger.This course helps your facility comply with OSHA's Lead in Construction Standard (1926.62). It examines the ways lead can enter the body, its symptoms and its effects. Protect yourself and your employees from dangerous lead exposure. Inhalation and ingestionHealth risksBlood lead level (BLL)Action ...

  • 24 Hour Initial Course

    29CFR1910.120(e)(3) outlines the requirements of initial training for hazardous waste workers and explains when workers must take 40 hours of initial training and when a 24 hour program is sufficient.  The regulation requires general site workers who are engaged in hazardous substance removal or other activities that may expose the worker to ...

    By Technical Safety Institute based in Fallbrook, CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • The Risks Associated with Noise Training

    Our world is becoming a noisier place and Ethos Environmental offer a number of bespoke training courses to assist individuals to monitor noise at their sites. This can be from a Health and Safety viewpoint, where noise is monitored and occupational exposures are calculated, or from an environmental viewpoint, where noise is assessed in relation ...

    By Ethos Environmental Ltd. based in Edinburgh, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Exposure Assessment Strategies and Statistics Course

    This intermediate self-study course introduces key concepts including: exposure groups, sampling designs, interpreting exposure monitoring data, Bayesian statistics and dermal exposure assessment. One of our most popular and highly rated courses, the workshop also gives participants the opportunity to apply concepts to real-world scenarios ...

    By The American Industrial Hygiene Association (AIHA) based in Falls Church, VIRGINIA (USA).

  • Chemical Exposure Training

    This module discusses Hazardous chemicals in general terms with an emphasis on exposure pathways, toxicology, exposure limits and chemical exposure monitoring. Among the major hazard categories discussed are: caustics and corrosives, toxics, carcinogens, flammables and reactives. Legal limits verses recommended limits are discussed in layman's ...

    By Technical Safety Institute based in Fallbrook, CALIFORNIA (USA). from Chemical Exposure Training Training line

  • Media skills for scientists

    This online course addresses any reservations you might have about engaging with journalists, and shows you how to turn your communications into opportunities that will advance your own career and interests.

    By SciDev.Net based in London, UNITED KINGDOM.

  • Lead Safety Awareness

    (LA4T082-F6T) This course provides general knowledge on the hazards associated with lead exposure as well as information regarding the Medical Surveillance Program, the Medical Removal Protection Program, respirator use, specific controls and work practices to reduce lead exposure.

    By Interactive Occupational Training based in Westminster, COLORADO (USA). from Lead Safety Awareness Training line

  • Toxicology

    (TX4T080-F6T) This training session covers toxicology basics and protection from chemical exposure. It provides information on the types of toxic agents, routes of entry into the body, symptoms of exposure, principles of chemical exposure limits, and factors that influence the effects of chemical exposure.

    By Interactive Occupational Training based in Westminster, COLORADO (USA). from Toxicology Training line

  • First Aid for Chemical Exposures

    When working with chemicals, there is always the potential for someone to be exposed to the substance they are working with. Whether by accident or as part of normal routine, chemical exposure may not only cause serious harm to human health, but can also result in lost time, legal action, and health and safety management targets being missed.

    By NCEC (National Chemical Emergency Centre) based in Didcot, UNITED KINGDOM. from First Aid for Chemical Exposures Training line

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