eLearning Course

SafetyBytes® - HazCom: Routes Of Exposure

Knowing the Potential Hazards of Chemicals

The safe handling of chemicals begins with - information. Knowing the potential hazards of the chemicals you work with is a vital first step in ensuring your safety - both on the job, and at home. In this SafetyBytes® lesson, we’ll discuss the routes of entry that hazardous materials might have you’re your body.

Learning Path & Details

Suggested Industry Usage

Competencies

  • Keeping a Safe Workplace

Interactivity

  • Audible Narration
  • Linear Navigation
  • Integrated Video

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Also Available as: Off-The-Shelf Safety Video Program (ILT)

Hazard Communication: Health Hazards™

Hazard Communication: Health Hazards™

Basic health hazards and terms commonly found on the SDS are illustrated with graphics and demonstrations that enhance the training experience.

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Additional Information

This course reviews the routes that a hazardous substance may enter your body and the establish time limits which nearly all persons can be exposed to hazardous materials without harmful effect. The bottom line… using the control measures in place to protect you is the most important thing you can do to safeguard your health.


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