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Chemical Specific Training 

For General industry and construction

Chemical-specific training is an integral part of workplace safety in general industry and construction. This ensures that employees understand the potential hazards associated with different chemicals. Having a thorough understanding of how to work safely and respond to chemical emergencies is also essential.

The Occupational Safety and health administration (OSHA) requires that workers are provided with information about the hazards and identities of chemicals in the workplace 

 Many counties and cities also require employers to disclose chemical inventories in their facilities to keep first responders informed of potential hazards.

SPOTTER TRAINING 

Vehicles, Trucks and Equipment

According to the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA), in 2021 alone there were 750 fatalities from struck-by incidents in the workplace. Many involved vehicles and equipment. Inadequate training is often cited as one of the main root causes. This specialized course was professionally designed to comply with OSHA 29 CFR 1926.1 standards for workers assigned to the task of spotting vehicles and equipment.

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By the end of this training, you will have knowledge

of the following:

"Struck-by"

Roles and Responsibilities

Prevent Loss of Control

Most Common Hazards

Communicating with Drivers and Operators

Traffic Control Best Practices

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