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Online Hazardous Communications - Standard Right-To-Know, 2 hour
Cost - $60 Register NOW
(2 Hours) Using the Internet students will become familiar with OSHA's Hazard Communication Standard 29 CFR 1910.120 that requires employers to develop a written hazard Communication Program and to inform and train employees. This course provides an overview of the standard, Material Safety Data Sheets (MSDSs), collection and retention, proper storage procedures, labeling and placarding systems, employee training, and documentation.
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Outline Regulation 29 CFR 1910.1200 Online Course
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HC Online
Call 808.455.6663 for Registration Information
Online course completed at student's pace.
Online Class Procedure
1. Select, sign up and pay for the desired class
2. Your request is submitted to OTI for action (this takes up to 24 hours)
3. Receive email with class access information (website link, login name, password)
4. Logon to training site to verify course info
5. Complete course (and request final exam password if required)
6. Email OTI indicated course was completed
7. Receive training certificate through email and USPS
Description Regulation 29 CFR 1910.120q Online Course Register
Hazardous Communication Course Outline Cost - $60
Requirements: The Employee's Right to Know
Course Objectives
examine the uses of hazard assessment/inventory
understand signs/symptoms of exposure to hazardous chemicals
understand recommended first aide treatment
explain emergency procedures
explain proper safe working procedures/conditions
Hazard Classification
Flammable Liquids 104
Control Strategies
Health Hazards
Container Label Information
NFPA/HMIS Labeling Systems
Types of Containers
MSDS
MSDS for Acetone (as an example)
Chemical List
Chemical Inventory
Signs & Symptoms of Exposure
Routes of Entry
Safe Work Practices
Target Organ Hazards
Summary
written hazard communication program
proper labeling
access to all needed MSDSs
explain emergency procedures
employee information & training
Final Exam

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