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Ceramics & Concrete Safety Training

Concrete is one of the most commonly used building materials in the world. Despite how common it is, there are still several hazards threatening those working with or around ceramics and concrete. Dry concrete can cause irritation to the eyes, throat, nose, and lungs. Long term exposure to silica (the main component in dry concrete) is linked with developing lung cancer and silicosis (a lung disease.) Employees working on or around concrete should always know which Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to wear, the proper tools to use, and the proper emergency procedures to follow in case of an incident.

Ceramics & Concrete Safety Training (5)

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Backhoe/Loader Operations

Backhoe/Loader Operations

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SKU: C006E

Languages: EN

Produced: 2012

SKU: C006E

Languages: EN

Produced: 2012

8 minutes

Crystalline Silica Safety Training Course

Crystalline Silica Safety Training Course

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SKU: 1062F

Languages: EN

Produced: 2011

SKU: 1062F

Languages: EN

Produced: 2011

20 minutes

Asbestos Cement Pipe Safety (Public Agency)

Asbestos Cement Pipe Safety (Public Agency)

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SKU: 3015A

Languages: EN

Produced: 2010

SKU: 3015A

Languages: EN

Produced: 2010

19 minutes

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Hey Atlantic Training, my team knows their way around a job site. Why do we need your ceramics and concrete safety training programs?

Despite how common concrete and ceramics are for job sites, there are hazards involved in every area of production with these materials. From the toxic dust that can damage lungs, to dropping heavy material resulting in injury, it’s important to make sure your staff is armed with the knowledge to prevent incidents around these building materials. Our training is proven to be an effective way of helping employees retain safety protocols, reducing the chance of human error. Plus, training doesn’t need to be long to be effective. You simply need to make sure it’s regularly reviewed and always enforced by the team.