This course ensures employers and employees know about work hazards and how to protect themselves, reducing the incidence of chemical-source illness and injuries.
This course focuses on the handling, storage and use of flammable and combustible liquids with a flash point below 200°F. It addresses the primary concern of design, ventilation, ignition sources and storage.
Hazardous Material Handling
This training communicates key information about a variety of potentially hazardous substances. Topics covered include routes of entry, the nature of the health and physical hazards associated with the hazardous material, typical settings where the substance can be found, protective equipment and emergency procedures.
H2S (Hydrogen Sulfide)
Participants will learn how to identify H2S contaminated areas, test areas for exposure levels, and protect themselves from harmful effects. Additionally, individuals will learn the chemical characteristics and biological effects that H2S has on the body. Any individual working in or around confined spaces, sewage, well-drilling sites, or decomposing materials should have H2S training.