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About for the Hospitality Industry
The hospitality industry poses a huge hazardous chemical contact risk. Employees are not only introduced to hazardous chemicals, but they serve food and logging maybe provided on the premise. Most hazardous chemicals are harsh enough by themselves to cause temporary to permanent damage, when some chemicals are combined the result could be death. Because of possible contamination, OSHA created strict regulations for the food service and other hospitality industries comply with. OSHAs regulations state that all employees that may be exposed to hazardous chemicals, must be informed and trained of the all the risks. Our training products, on "Right-To-Know for The Hospitality Industry", introduces employees to the "Right-To-Know" regulations and provides training on the various types of chemicals used in the Hospitality industry. The training products assist facilities in complying with federal, state and municipal "Right-To-Know" regulations and "chemical hazard" laws. Other topics include: Chemical hazard concepts, The Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS), Types of hazardous chemicals, Characteristics and effects of various types of chemicals, Safe handling practices, Container labels and the labeling procedure, Use of personal protective equipment (PPE), Spills and cleanup, and more.