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Hazardous Substances: Incidental Spill Response - Online Training Course

Hazardous Substances: Incidental Spill Response - Online Training Course

Course Overview

  • Overview

     

    Incidental spills of hazardous substances pose a wide range of risks to employees and organizations. Being prepared and properly responding to these spills can make a difference in reducing exposures, preventing slips and falls, and keeping the workplace clean and dry.

    This course is designed to familiarize learners with incidental spills of hazardous substances, as well as the immediate and follow-up tasks associated with the spill control and cleanup process.

    IMPORTANT NOTES: This course provides best practices for incidental spill response. This course is NOT meant to satisfy the specific training requirements for OSHA, EPA or DOT, such as, but not limited to: emergency action plan training (29 CFR 1910.38 and 1926.35); HAZWOPER or emergency response training (29 CFR 1910.120 or 1926.65); toxic and hazardous substances training (29 CFR 1910 Subpart Z or 1926 Subparts D or Z); bloodborne pathogens training (29 CFR 1910.1030); ionizing radiation training (29 CFR 1910.1096); hazard communication training (29 CFR 1910.1200 or 1926.59); oil spill prevention, control, and countermeasure (SPCC) training (40 CFR 112.7); pesticide-related training (40 CFR 170); hazardous waste training (40 CFR 262, 264, or 265); nor hazardous materials training (49 CFR 172 Subpart H).

    Also, in addition to this course, individuals who are authorized to respond to an incidental spill will need to complete the pre-requisite course Hazardous Substances: Spill Discovery & Notification, as well as proper Hazard Communication, Personal Protective Equipment, and any other applicable training required by federal, state and local government agencies.

    • The J. J. Keller's Hazardous Substances: Incidental Spill Response eLearning course covers the following topics:
      • Hazardous Spills
        • What is an Incidental Spill?
        • What is an Emergency Spill?
        • Determining the Type of Spill
        • Training Requirements
      • How to Respond
        • Be Cautious
        • Size up the Spill
        • Take Action
      • After the Cleanup
        • Follow-Up Tasks
    • After completing this course, learners will be able to:
      • Describe an incidental spill and the type of individuals authorized to assist in its control and cleanup
      • Explain the proper spill response procedure to take upon discovery or notification of an incidental spill at work
      • Identify common follow-up tasks performed following the cleanup of an incidental spill
    • Intended Audience: Employees who may be notified of or experience an incidental spill of hazardous substances and already have the proper Hazard Communication and Personal Protective Equipment training to assist in confining, containing, controlling, and cleaning up the spill
    • Pre-Requisite: The learner must complete Hazardous Substances: Spill Discovery & Notification prior to completing this course.
    • Length: 25 minutes
    • Copyright Date: 2017

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    System Req.

    This course can be completed using a tablet device, such as an iPad or Android tablet. We do not recommend nor support using a mobile device with a screen size of less than seven inches, such as a smart phone.

    To ensure full course functionality, your computer will need to meet or exceed the following requirements:

    • Windows XP operating system, or later
    • 128 MB of RAM
    • Speakers or headphones, soundcard or on-board audio source
    • Video card and monitor capable of a resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels
    • Internet Explorer 8.0 and higher for PC / Mozilla Firefox 19 and higher for PC / Google Chrome 25 or higher for PC. If using a Mac desktop or laptop, Safari, Chrome and Firefox typically work, however it is advised you install the latest version of those browsers as well as the latest version of Flash. 
      • Pop-up blockers must be disabled
      • JavaScript must be enabled
      • Flash Player 10, however the latest version is STRONGLY RECOMMENDED
      • Cookies must be allowed
    • Adobe Acrobat Reader 7.0 or higher
    • Minimum bandwidth availability of 1.5 Mbps. 3.0 Mbps or higher recommended