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Air Quality - Safety Plans, Videos & Training

We recommend the following OSHA safety plans, videos, and training programs to help make your company compliant with the required OSHA Government standards for dealing with Air Quality in the workplace.

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  1. Carcinogen Safety Online Training for OSHA Compliance
  2. Complete OSHA Safety Training Program Library - Includes 79 Editable Courses
  3. Indoor Air Quality At Work PowerPoint Training Course for OSHA Compliance
  4. Indoor Air Quality Video

    Indoor Air Quality Video

    Regular Price: $269.00

    Special Price: $229.00

  5. OSHA Safety Plans Library - Includes 84 Editable Plans

    OSHA Safety Plans Library - Includes 84 Editable Plans

    Regular Price: $1,316.25

    Special Price: $975.00

  6. Oxygen Safety For Employees PowerPoint Training Course for OSHA Compliance
  7. Working Safety: Job Safety Analysis (General) Computer Based Training Course for OSHA Compliance
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About Air Quality Safety In The Workplace Training for OSHA and NIOSH Standards

Indoor air quality is very important in the workplace. Airborne contaminate can cause headaches, fatigue, asthma flair-ups and even worse, death. Itchy eyes, trouble breathing, irritation to the nose and throat are early signs of bad air quality. Some air contaminates such as lead, asbestos or radon can cause diseases and even cancer.

At times you may even think that you are doing your employees are favor when cleaning your building, but what chemicals are the cleaning company using that are adding to the contaminates in the air? Make sure when harsh chemicals are being used they are being used after hours and allow for plenty of ventilation time before employees return to work. You will also need to make sure your contractor has trained employees in HAZCOM including GHS.

Proper temperature in your building must be realized. When temperatures vary too much too quickly it creates moisture and moisture produces mold. Mold is one of the leading contaminates in air. Remodeling, exterminators, and even lawn care around your workplace all contributes to poor indoor air quality.

Proper Indoor Air Quality safety training will make your managers and employees aware of these hazards. Doing a proper hazard analysis of your ventilation system is also a must. Changing filters in your building air intake systems should be routine. Check to make sure it is.