HazCom (GHS) in Industrial Facilities Online Training Course
Hazard Communication in Industrial Facilities is an online training course designed to help workers in industrial facilities understand OSHA guidelines for handling hazardous materials and how to communicate with coworkers. Topics covered include GHS data sheets, container labels, toxins, exposure situations and more.
After successful completion of this OSHA compliant course, the student will be able to:
- Mentally prepare and stay alert in order to avoid accidents.
- Look for ways to use prevention whenever possible.
- Use OSHA-approved PPE for the correct jobs.
- Follow safe work practices for an environment up to OSHA standards.
- Prepare fully for the event of an emergency.
- Cooperate with coworkers to develop a safer environment.
- The importance of keeping “Safety First” even in the busiest of times in an industrial workspace.
- Mentally preparing to work safely by concentrating on your task at hand and eliminating distractions.
- Eliminating “trouble-spots” that can produce hazards in your area.
- Identifying Hazards
- Accident prevention through awareness of your environment.
- Using housekeeping as a way of preventing potential hazards.
- Employing proper lifting techniques.
- How to use a Material Safety Data Sheet to understand chemicals and their potential harms.
- Cleaning up chemical spills according to OSHA standards.
- What to do in the event of an emergency.
- Proper PPE
- Using shoes that are designed correctly for the work environment.
- Proper eye protection when there is the possibility of an eye injury.
- How gloves can reduce accidents with certain tools and materials.
- The use of earplugs, ear muffs, and other protective devices for Hearing Protection.
- Respiratory Protection according to OSHA Assigned Protection Factors.
- Appropriate additional Protective clothing like aprons and full body suits and when to use them.
- Tools and Machines
- Choosing the right tool for the right job to minimize injuries.
- How to properly use power tools and work with electrical equipment.
- Working with large machinery like forklifts and working with coworkers to prevent injuries.