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Basic health hazards and terms commonly found on the SDS are illustrated with graphics and demonstrations that enhance the training experience.
This refresher program to the Hazard Communication Standard provides a concise overview of the key elements of the standard that any employee, supervisor or contractor who work with potentially hazardous materials should be aware of.
This refresher training program to the Hazard Communication Standard provides a concise overview of the key elements of the standard that any employee, supervisor or contractor who work with potentially hazardous materials should be aware of.
Keep your team involved in a safe workplace. This program helps employees understand the importance of safety meetings, how to plan and conduct them and reporting violations of your safety policy.
This program explains the basic hazard warning information that will be found on labels and how that information is tied to the MSDS.
The program explains how the Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS) information provides the answers to critical questions in an emergency.
Injuries and accidents can be prevented and lives can be saved when signs, tags, labels and placards are used properly.
Conducting a valid and useful accident investigation is an opportunity to influence the work environment of those around you. It requires tact, diligence, thoughtful communication, and an understanding of the work environment.
This program reviews the importance of following confined entry requirements - including the ever important permit.
OSHA has expanded the Hazard Communication or Right-To-Know Standard beyond the manufacturing and chemical industries to cover employees who work with chemicals at non-manufacturing organizations. This program is designed to instruct workers about the chemicals they work with, what precautions to take to avoid injury and what to do if accidents occur
The original version of this best-seller, now in five languages. This program is based on the work of W.H. Heinrich and his famous "Heinrich Triangle." It demonstrates that a serious or fatal accident can emerge randomly from seemingly routine unsafe situations and unsafe acts.
Getting to the brass tacks of the importance of safety on the job, this program hits hard at what safety is and the importance of keeping safety top-of-mind each and every day. The program addresses the relationship of unsafe actions to accidents, the safety responsibilities of management and employees and the safety system that has been established.
This program is directed to training workers who might discover a hazardous chemical spill or release how to gather the information necessary to sound the alarm without placing themselves in jeopardy.