This (4) hour course will help employees understand hazardous materials. What an SDS is? How to read it and where to find the SDS in the occasion you are exposed to a hazardous material. How to recognize symbols and colored warnings as to the importance of the safe handling of such material.
OSHA has updated their Hazard Communication Standard (29 CFR 1910.1200) and requires that all employees that work with or around Hazardous Chemicals (cleaning and industrial chemicals, laboratory chemicals, solvents or acids, mechanical fluids, etc.) must be trained to the new standard after 2/1/2013. This course is critical to understanding the risks of exposure to chemicals, and is an invaluable tool for you to stay safe. All individuals to which this standard applies are required to receive an updated training as new chemical hazards are introduced. Supervisors shall identify which of their employees will need this training.
Certificates of completion awarded upon completion of course.
Intended Audience: All employees that work with or near hazardous chemicals can benefit from this course.