HazCom; Hazard Communications: Your Right To Know
- Course Format
- Product ID
- Training Time ?
- 29 to 44 minutes
- Video Format
- Standard Definition
- Devices Supported
- Browsers Supported
- IE Desktop
- Required Plugins
- MasteryNet Player
- Lesson Interactions
- Quiz Questions
- Interactive Producer
- Digital-2000, Inc.
- Original Content Producer
- _Digital-2000, Inc.
This training meets OSHA requirements for training employees who use chemicals/hazardous materials in the workplace. Describes material safety data sheets (MSDS), labeling, and basic safety when using these materials.
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- Install on any SCORM LMS
- Rich multimedia presentation with interactions and quiz
- Print certificate and wallet card
- You have 60 days to complete the course
Training for all workers.
- Defining Hazardous Materials
- Defining Physical and Health Hazards
- Labeling Requirements
- Label Information
- Flammables and Combustibles
- Label Review
- MSDS General Information
- MSDS: Contents
- MSDS: Example
- MSDS Review
Understand Hazard Communications and the written plans.
- Recongize the first step in hazard communication.
- List properties of the written plan.
Recognize hazardous materials.
- Agree that hazardous materials can be found at work or home.
- Select hazardous materials.
Protect yourself from hazardous materials' physical and health hazards.
- Agree that gasoline is classified as a hazardous material.
- List health hazards.
Follow hazardous material label requirements.
- Identify labeling as part of hazard communication requirements.
- Choose required contents of a container label.
- Explain labeling procedure for small, portable chemical containers for immediate use.
Use information found on hazardous material labels.
- List information contained on chemcial labels.
Work safely with flammable and combustible chemicals.
- Compare flammable and combustible flash points.
- Name the hazard category for diesel fuel.
Properly utilize hazardous material labeling.
- Select the proper action to take if unsure about label information.
Follow the general information contained in Material Safety Data Sheets.
- Identify a chemical's MSDS provider.
- Agree that all MSDS's must contain certain required information.
Utilize the contents of a Material Safety Data Sheet.
- Agree that all employees have a right to MSDS information.
- List information found on all MSDS's.
Interpret MSDS examples.
- Interpret emergency procedures according to a specific MSDS.
- Recongize the need for the manufacturer's name, address, and emergency phone number on all MSDS's.
Understand the goverment requirements for MSDS's.
- Agree that MSDS's comply with government regulations.