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Hazard Communications: Chemical Hazards

Iowa State University and OSHA are offering free information and training to prepare employees, supervisors, and owners of manufacturing and construction companies for OSHA requirements, suggestions and strategies for worker protection from Hazardous Communications and Chemical Hazards in the workplace.

The 3 hour program will offer attendees the opportunity to ask questions, share experiences and learn about Hazard Communications and Chemical Hazards, as well as keep up to date on information as OSHA gives updates. Training sessions are offered virtually or on-site. Instructors are professors of Occupational Safety. Drs. Wright and/or Keren will be happy to provide a complementary 1-hour safety review for facilities hosting an on-site training session. Virtual courses will be offered the last Wednesday of every month through September at 8:00 AM. On-Site training can be done Monday-Friday whenever you would like us to come out. Click the "Register Now" link below to get started and learn more about the course.

Hazard Communications: Chemical Hazards Virtual Course Registration

- 3 hour webinar lecture via WebEx
- Online Canvas course resources and material
- Completion Certificate

Material Overview:

  1. Hazards Intro
  2. Employer Responsibilities
  3. Hazard Communication Program
  4. Hazard Communication Labels
  5. Hazards Not Otherwise Classified
  6. Locating Information
  7. Hazardous Materials
  8. Exposure to Hazardous Materials
  9. Hazards of Hazardous Materials
  10. Controlling Physical Hazards
  11. Controlling Health Hazards
  12. Hazardous Materials Worksheet

*After registering, navigate to the "Getting Started" button to begin the Virtual Course path*

Hazard Communications: Chemical Hazards On-Site Course Registration

- 3 hour on-site lecture
- Optional 1 hour on-floor safety inspection by one/both of the instructors
- Completion Certificate

Material Overview:

  1. Hazards Intro
  2. Employer Responsibilities
  3. Hazard Communication Program
  4. Hazard Communication Labels
  5. Hazards Not Otherwise Classified
  6. Locating Information
  7. Hazardous Materials
  8. Exposure to Hazardous Materials
  9. Hazards of Hazardous Materials
  10. Controlling Physical Hazards
  11. Controlling Health Hazards
  12. Hazardous Materials Worksheet

*After registering, navigate to the "On-Site Course Registration" button to see if you qualify*

OSHA DISCLAIMER

This material was produced under grant number SH37131-SH1 from the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, U.S. Department of Labor. It does not necessarily reflect the views or policies of the U.S. Department of Labor, nor does mention of trade names, commercial products, or organizations imply endorsement by the U.S. Government.