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65631

Hazard Communication - Your Right to Know Course

The main objective of this session is to make you aware of the hazards of materials in the workplace and how to find the information you need to protect yourself and work safely. By the time this session is over, you should be able to identify the hazards of materials in your work area; interpret the hazard information on container labels; access and understand the information in material safety data sheets, or MSDSs; protect against illness and injury caused by hazardous materials; and respond effectively to emergencies involving hazardous materials. Why Training about "Hazard Communication Training - Right to Know" Matters An estimated 30 million workers are exposed or potentially exposed to more than 650,000 hazardous materials each year. Hazard Communication is a requirement of state and federal law. There is a government regulation called the Hazard Communication Standard that describes what employers must do to inform employees about process hazards. OSHA regulations for the Hazard Communication Standard may be found at 29 CFR 1910.1200. There are typically 20,000 incidents of exposure to hazardous materials annually that result in one or more lost workdays because of illnesses or injuries from these materials.

Visited 229 times
$23.00
65475

Laboratory Hazard Identification Course

This course will take approximately 33 minutes to complete. This session has several related objectives. By the time the session is over, you should be able to: recognize the importance of hazard identification and its function in the risk assessment process; identify the myriad sources of information about hazards in the laboratory; and identify the hazards involved in laboratory operations.

Visited 356 times
$23.00
65185

Job Hazard Analysis (HTML 5) Course

The main objective of this session is to make you more familiar with job hazard analysis. By the time this session is over, you will be able to identify the purpose of job hazard analysis (JHA); recognize the benefits of JHA; understand the JHA process; and analyze jobs effectively to detect and correct hazards. Duration: 25 minutes.

Visited 198 times
$23.00
65181

Hazard Communication and GHS - What Supervisors Need to Know (HTML 5) Course

By December 2013, employers must train their employees how to read and interpret the new safety data sheets (SDSs). Until then, a phase-in period is acceptable to OSHA,during which employers will not be required to maintain two sets of MSDSs and SDSs for compliance purposes. Employers are allowed choose to comply with the HazCom standard for MSDSs; the revised HazCom standard for SDSs; or both during phase-in. The main objective of this session is to describe the purpose of GHS revisions to OSHA’s Hazard Communication Standard. By the time the session is over, you should be able to understand the GHS revisions to HazCom and how they affect our workplace, recognize the revised chemical labels and safety data sheets, or SDSs, and train employees to read and interpret GHS-compliant labels and SDSs. Duration: 22 min.

Visited 264 times
$23.00
65180

Hazard Communication - Your Right to Know (HTML 5) Course

The main objective of this session is to make you aware of the hazards of materials in the workplace and how to find the information you need to protect yourself and work safely. By the time this session is over, you should be able to identify the hazards of materials in your work area; interpret the hazard information on container labels; access and understand the information in material safety data sheets, or MSDSs; protect against illness and injury caused by hazardous materials; and respond effectively to emergencies involving hazardous materials. Why Training about "Hazard Communication Training - Right to Know" Matters An estimated 30 million workers are exposed or potentially exposed to more than 650,000 hazardous materials each year. Hazard Communication is a requirement of state and federal law. There is a government regulation called the Hazard Communication Standard that describes what employers must do to inform employees about process hazards. OSHA regulations for the Hazard Communication Standard may be found at 29 CFR 1910.1200. There are typically 20,000 incidents of exposure to hazardous materials annually that result in one or more lost workdays because of illnesses or injuries from these materials.

Visited 260 times
$23.00
65081

Hazardous Waste Recordkeeping Requirements for Generators Course

The main objective of this session is to help you understand the recordkeeping requirements of the federal hazardous waste regulations. By the time the session is over, you will be able to understand the importance of keeping accurate records; comprehend recordkeeping requirements of the hazardous waste regulations; identify which records must be kept; and know how long to retain records. Duration: minutes 25 minutes.

Visited 373 times
$23.00
43117

OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard Course

This course will take approximately 23 minutes to complete. OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard requires that you provide a hazard communication program that meets the requirements of the HazCom standard, identifies all chemical hazards in the workplace, trains employees to recognize hazards and take proper precautions, ensures proper labeling of chemical containers and provides required material safety data sheets, and establishes effective emergency response procedures.

Visited 1,596 times
$23.00
43121

California Hazard Communication Course

The main objective of this session is to teach you about hazard communication. By the time the session is over, you should be able to understand the basic requirements of California’s “right-to-know” law; familiarize yourself with the organization’s hazard communication program; identify hazardous substances; understand the risks they pose; interpret the information on chemical labels; understand the safety data sheet; protect yourself from the physical and health hazards of chemicals; and respond effectively to emergencies. Duration: 39 minutes

Visited 1,069 times
$23.00
31256

Hazard Communication and GHS - Your Right to Know Course

The main objective of this session is to teach you about hazard communication. By the time the session is over, you should be able to: Recognize hazardous chemicals; Understand the risks they pose; Interpret the information on chemical labels; Understand safety data sheets; Protect yourself from physical and health hazards; and Respond to emergencies. Duration: 31 minutes

Visited 1,228 times
$23.00
31254

Hazard Communication and GHS - What Employees Need to Know Course

The main objective of this session is to teach you about hazard communication. By the time the session is over, you should be able to: Recognize hazardous chemicals; Understand the risks they pose; Interpret the information on chemical labels; Understand safety data sheets, or SDSs; Protect yourself from physical and health hazards; and Respond to emergencies. Duration: 29 Minutes.

Visited 1,635 times
$23.00
31249

Comunicación de Riesgos y GHS: ¿Qué empleados necesitan saber (Hazard Communication and GHS: What Employees Need to Know) Course

El principal objetivo de esta sesión es que le enseñe acerca de la comunicación de riesgos. Cuando la sesión ha terminado, usted debería ser capaz de: Reconocer los productos químicos peligrosos; Conocer los riesgos que plantean; Interpretar la información en las etiquetas de productos químicos; Comprender las fichas de seguridad, o SDSS; Protéjase contra los peligros físicos y de salud, y la respuesta a situaciones de emergencia. Duración: 28 minutos

Visited 1,919 times
$23.00
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Community in Crisis Orientation and Overview

This is a brief Powerpoint presentation of the model for building community disaster resilience developed by the nonprofit, Community in Crisis, Inc. (www.communityincrisis.org) It is designed for town leaders, managers, churches, civic groups, organizations, emergency management, CERT Team Leaders, Citizen Corp, and other entities to use as a template for creating their own grassroots disaster preparedness plan that is compatible with the Incident Command System used in their own state or region. It is strongly advised that you discuss your options with your local emergency management authorities prior to intiating any community disaster planning, as their input and knowledge can be valuable to you.

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