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Emergency Response - Incidental Chemical Releases Computer Based Training Course for OSHA Compliance

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Emergency Response - Incidental Chemical Releases Computer Based Training Course for OSHA Compliance

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This interactive course can help you:

•   Meet compliance-based safety requirements
•   Reduce risks of accidents and injury on and off the job
•   Lower insurance premiums, workers compensation claims and lost work hours
•   Improve employee morale and retention

This course prepares learners for chemical releases and threats of releases that are not specifically covered by the HAZWOPER standard. The intent is to provide the learner with basic information on acting safely when chemical releases and threatened releases require appropriate action, but are limited in quantity, exposure potential, or toxicity, and present minor safety or health hazards if handled properly. The course covers recognition of a release, risks associated with a release, and responsibilities in the event of a release.

Learning Objectives:

•   Define the basic terms associated with chemical releases.
•   Describe the ways in which chemicals can be hazardous to workers.
•   Distinguish between incidents and emergency situations.
•   Describe the roles and responsibilities of personnel in incidents and emergency situations.
•   Recognize that some industries have additional requirements on incidental releases.
•   Select proper personal protective equipment (PPE) based on the chemical released.
•   Describe the basic principles of toxicology.
•   Identify additional resources for information on spill response procedures.

Intended Audience:

Employees who in the normal course of their duties may experience incidental releases of chemicals; general industry employees working with hazardous substances but not specifically covered by HAZWOPER.

Primary Regulations:

OSHA 29CFR1910.1200, Hazard Communication Standard