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Toxic Chemicals training for Health and Safety

  • General Chemical Hazards at Environmental Sites Training

    This module describes common chemicals encountered on HAZWOPER and environmental sites in specific detail: It stresses such practical information as typical exposure pathways, relative toxicity, realistic potential for exposure and recommended personal protective equipment for each chemical hazard discussed. It is an excellent follow-up and ...

    By Technical Safety Institute based in Fallbrook, CALIFORNIA (USA). from General Chemical Hazards at Environmental Sites Training Training line

  • Introduction to the Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA)

    Course Overview: This two (2) hour course provides each student with an in depth analysis of the key provisions comprising the Toxic Substance Control Act (TSCA), including requirements for Pre-Manufacture Notification (PMN), testing, and regulation of chemicals; as well as record keeping and reporting requirements. TSCA is a broad-ranging ...

  • Laboratory Safety – Toxics

    (LS3TX15-P7T) This online PowerPoint course covers toxicity hazards and safety precautions in the laboratory. The course helps learners understand toxicity terms and theory including the dose-response model, the effects of relative toxicity, concentration, and time of exposure, routes of entry into the body, LD50, LC50, TLV, TLV-TWA, TLV-STEL, ...

    By Interactive Occupational Training based in Westminster, COLORADO (USA). from Laboratory Safety – Toxics Training line

  • Emergency Response: Incidental Chemical Releases (NS)

    (ER4T090-F6T) This course prepares learners for chemical releases and threats of releases that are not specifically covered by the HAZWOPER standard. The intent is to provide the learner with basic information on acting safely when chemical releases and threatened releases require appropriate action, but are limited in quantity, exposure ...

    By Interactive Occupational Training based in Westminster, COLORADO (USA). from Emergency Response: Incidental Chemical Releases (NS) Training line

  • Respiratory Protection

    Industrial workers are often called upon to work in dangerous atmospheres with exposure to chemicals and toxic gases in confined spaces and immediately dangerous to life or health (IDLH) environments. Workers can protect themselves from these dangers in two ways: through knowledge gained from training and with proper respiratory protection ...

    By HSE Integrated Ltd. based in Calgary, ALBERTA (CANADA).

  • Chemical Safety Courses

    Designed for all employees whose work brings them into contact with chemicals and who require a basic knowledge of chemical hazards and the relevant legislation. The course aims to ensure employees are familiar with the nature and properties of chemicals and the safe working practices to be adopted when storing and handling chemicals. Basic first ...

    By Instinct Training based in Cockermouth, UNITED KINGDOM. from Chemical Safety Courses 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

  • TSCA New Chemicals Coalition

    The TSCA New Chemicals Coalition (NCC) is a forum of company representatives that have come together to share experiences and/or concerns related to new chemical notifications under the amended Toxic Substances Control Act (TSCA).  The NCC’s primary goals are:  to identify areas in which industry-wide advocacy efforts are needed; ...

    By Bergeson & Campbell, P.C. based in Washington, DISTRICT OF COLUMBIA (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

  • On-Demand Training

    SESHA has partnered with UL EHS Sustainability to develop courses specific to the semiconductor and high-tech industries, a collection of 18 modules designed by safety experts and adult learning specialists. This suite of online, on-demand courses, incorporating content from SESHA 'boot camp' courses, provides a comprehensive safety training ...

    By Semiconductor Environmental Health & Safety Association based in McLean, VIRGINIA (USA).

  • Classroom Training

    KCI provides classroom training on a range of environmental, sustainability, and health & safety topics. Our training classes are usually tailored to meet specific client needs, incoporate client-specific examples, and address client-specific issues. In recent years we have provided training classes to clients on the following environmental, ...

    By Krupp Consulting, Inc. based in Arlington, MASSACHUSETTS (USA).

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