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chemical worker exposure training

  • 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).

  • H2S Gas Safety for the Oil and Gas Industry

    It is essential that oil & gas workers be trained to understand and recognize the hazards associated with Hydrogen Sulfide (H2S) gas. Hydrogen Sulfide, more commonly known as sour gas, is a flammable, colorless gas that is toxic at extremely low concentrations. Exposure to Hydrogen Sulfide gas can be fatal.Course Objectives:- Become knowledgeable ...

    By HAZMAT Plans & Programs, Inc. based in Aurora, COLORADO (USA).

  • Managing OSHA and Community Hazard Communication

    This one-day course introduces the concept of chemical hazards, especially with respect to employee exposures on the job. Using a variety of hands-on exercises the trainee will learn how to interpret the physical, chemical, safety, and health information in a material safety data sheet (MSDS) and in standard references such as the NIOSH Pocket ...

    By Environmental Management Institute, Inc. based in Indianapolis, INDIANA (USA). from Managing OSHA and Community Hazard Communication Training line

  • Hazwoper 40 Initial Training

    Our OSHA 40 Hour HAZWOPER Online course provides in-depth training on how to perform post emergency response activities and cleanups/remediation at industrial sites, Superfund and RCRA corrective action sites, and voluntary cleanups involving hazardous substances. Training includes hazard recognition, exposure limits and risk evaluation for ...

    By Fast Careers based in CALIFORNIA (USA).

  • Biological Hazards Training

    Hazardous waste workers may come into contact with a number of biological hazards. Etiologic agents may be dispersed in the environment via water and wind just as chemical hazards can. Biological hazards that may be present at hazardous waste sites include potentially toxic molds and soil-borne spores and viruses, poisonous plants, insects, ...

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

  • DEMO - Hazard Communications-Online Training

    Hazardous materials (chemical products) are used in practically every workplace. There are approximately 600,000 chemical products in the world today. Hundreds of new chemicals are introduced every year. These numbers place 32 million workers in situations of potential exposure to one or more chemical hazards everyday. Some of these chemical ...

    By Compliance Solutions based in Denver, COLORADO (USA). from DEMO - Hazard Communications-Online Training Training line

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