This course is created specifically for employees in an occupational safety and health setting. You will learn how to classify hazardous chemicals in your workplace and also how you can help create the workplace hazardous communications program to protect yourself and your co-workers.
There are two different types of hazardous material employees need to worry about: flammable and combustible liquids. These liquids are, in short, liquids that can burn. Personal protective equipment (PPE) is essential when working with these types of liquids. Skin and eye contact needs to be avoided. This course outlines the various types of PPE to protect you as an employee.
Good housekeeping in your workplace is essential to help prevent slips, trips, and falls. There are several components to protect yourself and your co-workers. You will learn how to plan ahead, assign responsibilities, and implement a program to keep housekeeping part of the daily routine.
Workplace violence is emerging into a big problem in our society. The Occupational Safety and Health Act of 1970 requires employers to provide a safe and healthful working environment. If you recognize violence in your workplace, what can you do? You need to make sure your company has a workplace violence program in place to protect them.
You, as an employee, also need to be involved in creating a workplace safety and health program for your company. You play a crucial role in this responsibility. You can help review and improve the program, and you can also volunteer to participate in the safety committee.
This course is designed to be taken with OSHAcademy’s program, “Occupational Safety and Health for the Employee.”
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