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for Auto Service Facilities Training Programs and Courses

for Auto Service Facilities

Due to the hazardous nature of various chemicals in the auto service industry, the amount of reported accidents, and improper clean-up, OSHA created the €œRight to Know€ regulations. These regulations state that all employees receive training on the hazardous material in the work environment. Our "Right-To-Know for Auto Service Facilities" training products address: "Right-To-Know" regulations, provide training on the various types of chemicals found in auto service environment, emergency procedures and more. €œRight to Know€ Auto Service training helps facilities understand and comply with all of OSHA€™s Auto Service regulations. Other topics covered in these products include: Chemical hazard concepts, The Material Safety Data Sheet (MSDS), Types of hazardous chemicals, Effects of various types of chemicals have, Safe handling practices, Container labeling and what the hazardous labels mean, Use of personal protective equipment (PPE), Spills and cleanup, and more.

Related training topics that will work in conjunction with RTK for Auto Service Facilities: Indoor Air Quality, First Aid, Personal Protection Equipment, PPE Training, Hearing Safety, Confined Spaces

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